COVID-19 has fundamentally changed life as we know it, and it's more than likely that our future will be a dystopian one given how various governments have already responded to this viral outbreak.
Russia is going to be a destination for safe-haven flows in the post-COVID-19 world. It will be due to its vast savings, prudent fiscal policy and maneuver room available in monetary policy.
The Simpsons' predictions strike AGAIN! Newsreader Kent Brockman eerily parallels coronavirus crisis as he presents from home during episode which aired in 1998
The COVID Moment -- Will Government Lockdown or Private Mitigation save the US Economy?
Lots of proclamations and predictions out there.
We need to talk about the mark of the beast. While there are countless ideas and opinions about exactly what the mark is, this is mine and I stand behind it.
According to a number of cognitive scientists, mankind uses its unique ability to reason primarily for justifying pre-held convictions, rather than for forming convictions.
Welcome to the 401st episode of New World Next Week -- the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news
"My centre is yielding, my right is retreating. Situation Excellent. I am attacking!"
I suspect that this virus is no more of a threat than the flu, that the death rate is grossly exaggerated, and that the entire world is overreacting thanks to the media and politicians, who thrive on fear-mongering, and won't miss a paycheck because
It doesn't take a genius to realize that America will be a different nation when the coronavirus ends, just as it became a different nation after the Great Depression.
The academic best known for coming up with the idea of the VIX - also know as Wall Street's fear gauge - says that the fear looming over the markets now is far greater than the fear we faced in 2008.
You've no doubt seen the headlines on CNN and Bloomberg. "Coronavirus Pandemic Could Spark a Global Depression." "Will China Virus Trigger New Great Depression?"
When you get countries at the point where they're borrowing so much money that they can't even pay the interest any longer yet are moving headlong to borrow more and offering their people increased entitlements, the money isn't going to be ther
Consider, please, the insanity of this: In the richest and most prosperous times of all human history - by far - millions of working people have literally no money saved, and/or are deeply in debt. And with paychecks about to stop for many people
Get prepared for medical martial law, government seizure of indy media websites, forced vaccinations, economic collapse, quarantined cities, collapsing food supply lines, social chaos, National Guard troops on the streets of America and more…
How's it all gonna end? This experience takes us on a journey to the end of time, trillions of years into the future, to discover what the fate of our planet and our universe may ultimately be.
...domestic flight lockdowns and MEDICAL MARTIAL LAW
In a document obtained by a reporter, Department of Defense officials said that Covid-19 will "likely" become a global pandemic within the next 30 days.
Real threat or psy-op?? - Prepping for the worst...
They'll build a massive Mobile Service Tower for rockets, too
Radical innovation could eventually lead us toward the best possible version of Space Force: Starfleet in the "Star Trek" universe.
As confirmed cases of Covid-19 pop up around the United States, it appears that containment efforts have failed. Here's what happens next.
Ian Bremmer sits down with former White House Chief Strategist and 2016 Trump campaign architect, Steve Bannon to talk impeachment acquittal, the 2020 election, and why the U.S. should be much (much) more worried about China.
And when it comes to its looks, Musk says the production truck will look "slightly better."
Josh Sigurdson talks with James Corbett of The Corbett Report about the utilization of fear by the state in order to bring the populace to heel.
International Man: The economic, political, social, and cultural situation seems to have become increasingly volatile in the United States and more broadly in the West. Is this a unique situation or part of a recurring historical cycle?