Watching Italy again in the wake of Prime Minister Giuseppi Conte's resignation will get very interesting; and Merkel joins the "Russia did it" chorus:
Public Videos and Fireside Chats
Potentially BIG BIG BIG news out of Canada today:
Eugenics, transhumanism, maybe even eschatology: the Epstein case has it all:
We've come a long way since the Oxford Union days... Great Britain has a new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, a.k.a. "Bojo", who has promised to deliver on Brexit, come what may (no pun intended).
But he faces some problems:
This one slid right off the front page and never made it past the editor's spike, "for some 'unknown' reason": there's a quiet "run" underway on Deutschebank:
Joseph comments a bit about the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein, and then focuses more on another emerging gold repatriation story as Hungary and Poland want their gold from the Bank of England, and that, Joseph thinks, portends some interesting geopolitical news.
America's heartland is experiencing record rains and flooding, Australia is baking and importing wheat(!), Europe is also baking from stalled systems, cities in India are trucking in water... and scholarships are being offered in weather modification. But there's something missing from the discussion:
Angela Merkel has an attack of the shakes during a state visit:
After this, she states she see's strong evidence of Iran's involvement in the tanker attacks:
But the Netherlands and Japan, who own the tankers, aren't buying the narrative:
So Mr. Trump now claims to have irrefutable scientific proof that Iran today shot down a U.S. drone, and is promising a response. But there's a catch, he claims someone in the Iranian chain of command made a big blunder.
Meanwhile, India is now deploying elements of the Indian Navy to the Persian Gulf:
Suspected toropedo attacks on tankers in the Persian Gulf...but there's much to ponder here:
Joseph Has a few speculations on who may be behind the incidents, and these articles may prove helpful in that respect:
Joseph said to "watch Italy," and the latest currency moves in that country, plus Russia and China, provide some data for some high octane speculation:
Interesting and suggestive news out of Malaysia, which is proposing a gold-backed Asian "euro" for foreign trade, i.e., a two-tiered system: