Debt Rattle January 7 2019


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    Berthe Morisot Julie and her boat 1884   • China Has a Dangerous Dollar Debt Addiction (Balding) • China Drops Hints Of Trade Pain Ahead (BV) • U
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    V. Arnold

    Berthe Morisot Julie and her boat 1884
    Just how much of the China stuff is true?
    In fact, me thinks not much. But, also in fact, I really dont know; I just massively, do not trust the majority of the reportage on China, much less the rest…
    I want more factual economic information regarding the Chinese infrastructure.
    We’re not getting any of that.
    So, fuck-all on the MSM bullshit!.
    But, there is a Pepe Escobar article on China; In Pepe Escobar’s latest,

    A must read IMO.

    Dr. D

    In other news: Snow on the beach in the mediterranean, snow in the American desert by Mexico.


    On the plus side, at least it isn’t 2 months early and 500 miles too far south, like Thankgiving snows in Dixie, and the snows will do wonders for the plants and water tables.


    Could this year be a repeat?
    the precipitation was likely caused by a series of atmospheric rivers that hit the Western United States along the entire West Coast, from Oregon to Southern California.[2]
    Prior to the flooding, Oregon had steady but heavier than normal rainfall during November and heavier snow in the mountains

    The water flooding the Central Valley reached depths up to 30 feet (9.1 m), completely submerging telegraph poles that had just been installed between San Francisco and New York. Transportation, mail, and communications across the state were disrupted for a month.[17] Water covered portions of the valley from December 1861, through the spring, and into the summer of 1862.[10]


    How do gov. determine what action is considered an act of war against their citizens?
    By Daniel Ochoa De Olza and Julie Watson | AP
    January 2

    TIJUANA, Mexico — Just after people raised their glasses to ring in the New Year, about 150 migrants gathered at a section of border wall in Tijuana to try to cross into the United States, many of them asylum seekers fed up with the long wait to have their claims processed.
    Tuesday’s confrontation was at least the second time in a little over a month that U.S. authorities have fired tear gas into Tijuana. The action drew sharp criticism from politicians and activists on both sides of the border and raised questions about the use of force against migrants.
    An AP photographer saw migrants put their hands up or behind their heads once they crossed the border as agents approached.
    An Associated Press photographer saw rocks thrown only after U.S. agents fired the tear gas.



    the only act of war is the invasion of a country by foreigners.

    Those guys are not Mexicans, they are Hondurans who are illegally in Mexico, and are trying to break into yet another country.

    Firing tear gas at them is no more an act of war than police firing tear gas at rioters, or shooting at gunmen robbing a bank.

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