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The U.S. Dollar Heavily Involved In Iranian Black Market

As much as the Iranian’s loathe the United States, there is a healthy underground economy going on in Iran for the U.S. dollar. Like Venezuela, Syria, South Africa, et al., Iran is high on the economic misery list. Of course, there are similarities and differences as to how these pitiful economies get to where they are, but the one common ...

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Potential Racial Violence Aside, South Africa’s ‘Land Reform’ is a Disastrous Failure

While the media spotlight has just now begun to shift to South Africa in the wake of US President Donald Trump’s lambasting accusations of white genocide, those of us who have been following the African nation’s ‘Land Reform’ policy implementation have been watching the problems escalate for some time. The verdict? South Africa’s Land Reform is a complete economic catastrophe, ...

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Iranian Navy Claims it Controls Strait of Hormuz

Iranian officials on Monday claimed they had full control of the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz – an international waterway south of Iran that serves as a gateway for more than 40% of the world’s sea-traded oil. “We can ensure the security of the Persian Gulf and there is no need for the presence of aliens like the ...

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Venezuela Taking another Step in the Wrong Direction

We can empathize with the proletariat of Venezuela as the failed attempts at Marxism by the bourgeois have utterly engulfed the nation and have enslaved the citizenry to a hellish life for the most part. Sir Thomas More was surely read by Maduro and the likes, as it was thought of as a guide for the masses, but not the ...

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South African Gov to Take Land from White Owners Without Compensation

South African lawmakers in February voted 241-93 on a proposal to amend the country’s constitution to enable the government to expropriate land without paying for it. The proposed changes to section 25 of the constitution are undergoing review and will be submitted to lawmakers by August 30th.  Land ownership is a sensitive issue in South Africa, as roughly 72% of ...

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Xi’s Troubling Systematic Suppression of Christianity in China

Karl Marx, the father of Communism, once said, “Religion is the opium of the people.” For reasons that have been apparent and studied by academics, religion as it relates to theism is not a tenant of communism, or any of its branches. As such, a disturbing metamorphosis is underway in the Peoples Republic of China (PRC), foreshadowing change that depicts ...

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Trade War Impact Spreading and Not Just Geographically

When President Trump announced intentions to place tariffs on goods from Canada, China, Mexico, and the European Union, I knew the effects on the markets would be widespread. I wasn’t sure how long the spat would go on, but I knew that the longer it went on, more markets would be affected and the impact would increase. The effects are ...

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Chinese Internet Stocks Falling With Trade Dispute

The Trump administration went on the offensive regarding trade imbalances back in January. When the idea of placing tariffs on Chinese goods was announced, it caused equity markets around the world to experience a short-term selloff. Since then, there have been ups and downs in the markets as well as in the negotiations. When the trade war started, I immediately ...

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Chinese Small Businesses Seek Necessary Financing from Government

Small business growth in China is not so different from that of their U.S. counterparts. In order to grow, they both need financing. This is almost always at the top of the list of problems bothering American entrepreneurs, albeit pushed aside temporarily by their inability to find skilled labor. China, on the other hand, is attempting to be proactive with ...

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