Saturday, August 8, 2020

Links — 8 August 2020

The Analysis (collision course)
The Danger of War With China is Real and Insane
Paul Jay interviews Col. Larry Wilkerson

Ian Welsh (Sterling Newberry comments also)
America Is About To Feel Like A 3rd World Nation

Zero Hedge (V-shaped recovery or L-shaped depression?)
2020's Economic Depression Is Becoming An Endless Nightmare For Millions Of Americans
Tyler Durden

RT (If things get bad enough, could be a new New Deal)
Covid-19 pandemic will ‘bring socialism to US’ and transform the world – Nassim Taleb to RT

Fortune (some interesting numbers inside)
69% of Americans think the way they work has changed forever
Lance Lambert

econintersect (China is run like a US mega-corporation)
The U.S. vs. China: Meritocracy
Frank Li | Chinese ex-pat, Founder and President of W.E.I. (West-East International), a Chicago-based import & export company, B.E. from Zhejiang University (China) in 1982, M.E. from the University of Tokyo in 1985, and Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University in 1988, all in Electrical Engineering

SouthFront (censorship watch)
Globalists Declare Fierce War On SouthFront

Zero Hedge (Looks shocking, but it doesn't really mean anything)
US Dollar Devalues By 99% Vs Gold In 100 Years As Gold Price Crosses $2,067
Tyler Durden

Thomas Piketty's Blog at Le Monde (reconciling internationalism with national sovereignty, ending neoliberal globalism)
Reconstructing internationalism
Thomas Piketty | Professor at EHESS and at the Paris School of Economics

Sputnik International (Allan Lichtman foresees Trump loss)
Will History Repeat Itself? Professor Who Has Called Every Election Since 1984 Names 2020 Winner

Sputnik International (Bamboo curtain rising)
Hong Kong Government Will Consider Response to US Sanctions, Commerce Secretary Says

Sputnik International (Richard Nixon's "secret plan" for peace in Vietnam redux?)
Trump Says if He Wins Election US Will Make Deals With Iran, North Korea 'Very Quickly'

1 comment:

Peter Pan said...

War with China... depends on the definition.
A cold war with China is inevitable, regardless of the outcome in November. Military skirmishes are possible... but they wouldn't be sustained for long. Nuclear conflict between the two would be suicide.

Wilkerson on Elliot Abrams' appointment:
"Yeah, he’s going to handle Venezuela and Iran."

Hello October surprise.