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Given that The Economist is a major journalistic voice for the globalist, nation-hating, open-borders, anti-Trump club of the Billionaire Left; and given that AntiFa is the “muscle” of that club; it’s not very surprising that when our President attacks AntiFa, The Economist pulls out all the stops. The cover of the current (August 19th-25th) issue... Read More
After you’re through watching that video With Open Gates that James posted, take a stroll on the globalist side of the street to see how it looks to them. There is of course no better guide to the globalist mentality than The Economist. This week they have surpassed themselves. The cover story is a celebration... Read More
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Coming back from vacation I face a pile of unread magazines. I have far fewer subscriptions than I had 13 years ago, and this was only a two-week vacation, so the pile was manageable: four Economists (I like to know what the globalist Right is thinking), three New Yorkers(ditto the metropolitan Left, and of course... Read More
You know a topic has attained the level of Mainstream Concern when it gets a cover story at The Economist magazine. The last (January 18th) issue of that magazine features as first leader a 1,300-word warning about imminent technological changesdestroying great swathes of the market for human labor, in particular the office-worker sector of that... Read More
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Once, long ago, at the very close of the 1970s, I discovered a most remarkable periodical. Published on newsprint so thin as to almost be translucent, mailed out twice each fortnight tightly folded in a plain brown wrapper, it called itself a “newspaper” rather than a magazine, carried no bylines for its articles or masthead... Read More
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