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Tillerson Meetings in China

Tillerson was warmly received in Beijing by Wang Yi, Yang Jiechi and Xi Jingping.  The time and place for an imminent summit meeting between Trump and Xi have yet to be confirmed and announced.  Instead, Tillerson is saying Trump would look forward to meeting Xi in China, and Xi is saying Mr Trump would be […]

Stefan Molyneux on Satanism and Socialism – Summary

A summary of Stefan Molyneux’s thought-provoking podcast/formulation on the relationship between: SATANISM and SOCIALISM Who is Satan? Satan is the God of this world. Satan asks humanity to forego the benefits of morality for the comforts of success and power. Satan’s offer à Give up your soul, and be rewarded with material wealth, political gain, […]

US-China Trade, Currency and Military Skirmishes – Part 2 – The Military

As I was making the final edit of this post, analysts are beginning to observe that the US and Russia are on the verge of plunging into a new Cold War. This will have potentially game-changing effects on the entire global scenario. All minds are straining to assess what this will mean. Unlike the Cold […]

Flynn’s Flimflam

None of you is old enough to remember the Watergate affair of 1972-1974. The abrupt resignation of Michael Flynn, Donald Trump’s national security advisor, reminds me of the beginning of the fall of Richard Nixon. With respect to the current affair that may become known perhaps as Moscowgate, Flynn was thrust into the front line […]

*Trade of the Day: GDX

Often times, aceloewgold focuses on the gold and Fx markets. There is an interesting medium-term trade emerging within the gold-mining subsector. In analyzing GDX (gold-mining ETF), we can clearly see that shares have convincingly broken-out of a 5-month bear market that began in the back-half of 2016. Comparable to the start of last year, gold […]

Trump Is Setting Japan Up For A Jewish Treat

By acting too much like an eager beaver, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has become a prey to Donald Trump and his team of distressed financial specialists. Trump grew up in Queens, New York and went on to become a real estate developer in New York City and New Jersey. Having gone in and out […]

Who is Steve Bannon?

“[Trump is a] blunt instrument for us,” Bannon told me. “I really don’t know whether he really gets it or not.” -From Vanity Fair (August, 2016), courtesy of Truthstream Media Who is Steve Bannon? He is a frustrated, angry White male who studies Sun Tzu’s Art Of War in order to plot a comeback. Or […]

Politics Of Coal (as in Charcoal)

This is the first addendum to the topic of US-China trade skirmishes.  It illustrates the difficulties encountered by China in having to deal with an American administration that carries heavy doses of conflicts of interest.  This email deals with one of them – coal. Why Did Trump Talk About Reviving America’s Coal Mines? If I […]

Trade, Currency and Military Skirmishes – Part 1

Donald Playing God After only 7 days into the Trump administration, the time it took God to create heaven and earth,  it had already become clear that skirmishes between the US and China will be inevitable. I use the word “skirmish” here, but everybody knows that it can potentially be a euphemism if the discords […]

Why Donald Trump held hands with British PM Theresa May

Knowing that British Intelligence knows “things” that the British Government would like Donald Trump to know they knew, Theresa May hurriedly went to Washington to “hold his hands” immediately after his inauguration. Physically as well as figuratively, certain matters of state must be conducted P-to-P (person to person). When it comes to transmitting highly sensitive […]

China’s “Moderate Prosperity”

At the malls and in tourist towns in China, it is very obvious that there are lots of little children all over, especially yearlings and two-year-olds, and lots of pregnant ladies carrying more to arrive. It looks like there is indeed a baby boom, judging by our part of China. The country’s two-child policy may […]

Mobilization

Over the 3-week spring holiday period, China reportedly will be handling over 3 billion passenger-journeys, 2.5 billion by its rail systems! All passengers must be ID-matched to their tickets. This can only be accomplished through its massive systems engineering and management approach. Technology is used to realize processes and projects to unprecedented scale and stability. […]

Doublewood: Roadmap for US-China Relations

Attached is a draft summary of my working paper on A Roadmap For US-China Relations. Matters On Hold At the moment, given the instability in US domestic politics, I believe that China is unlikely to rush into any major initiative with the new American administration. It will spend some time observing. There will be contacts […]

Xi Jingping’s Speech

Xi And I Philosophically and analytically, Xi and I have astonishingly congruent sensibilities. For us to simultaneously make the analogy from Dickens’ A Tale Of Two Cities is coincidental, but not surprising. It reinforces the notion that the world is indeed at a critical crossroad, resonating the aftermath of the Industrial Revolution and the social […]

Update: A Tale Of Two Speeches

Xi Jingping delivered his keynote speech at Davos today. He began with a paraphrase from the start of Charles Dickens’ novel, A Tale Of Two Cities: “This is the best of times. This is also the worst of times …” thus he began his keynote address to the annual assembly of the World Economic Forum. […]

Michael Pillsbury In Beijing

Michael Pillsbury, Donald Trump’s supposed go-to man on China, was in Beijing this past weekend. He made a speech in a seminar attended by members of Chinese think-tanks. Referring to his principal’s idea of “making America great again”, Pillsbury said: “If America were to be great again, the road must lead to Beijing.” The Chinese […]

Tesla driver stranded in the desert after smartphone app failure

The modern “running out of gas”.

Making out with your smartphone

Lonely? Kissenger simulates long-distance smooch over internet

Smartphone survives lunatic football fan

Distraught Cowboys fan runs directly into, punches the hell out of giant flatscreen TV

WOMAN DRIVES SUV INTO STORE IN ANGER OVER T-MOBILE REPLACEMENT POLICY

T-Mobile crash driver still in hospital; couldn’t appear in court Upset about cracked iPhone screen:(

Liberty Blitzkrieg

The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion. - Albert Camus

TECHstinkTION

How modern technology is leading to the TECHstinkTION of humanity...

aceloewgold

"It is dangerous to be right in matters on which the established authorities are wrong." - Voltaire

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Liberty Blitzkrieg

The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion. - Albert Camus