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There’s a whole world growing quickly, robustly, and expertly. It’s not here – it’s in China.
This is my second column on the two weeks that Vi and I just spent in Chengdu, China. It is meant not so much as a travelog as a snapshot of what is going on in an economic juggernaut. Judging by email from readers, many do not realize the scope and scale of China’s advance. Neither did I: Since I was last in the country twelve years ago, much has changed. Reading journals is one thing. Walking the streets is another. Having heard much about China’s high-speed rail, we bought tickets to Chongqing, a moun
Is this that much different than handing over billions every few years for little return?
For some reason I like the idea.
The Liberal government spent $500,000 on outside advisers to come up with a logo, name and branding for a new agency that promises to alleviate poverty in developing countries, internal documents reveal.
I’ve always said that if the West doesn’t let in the 1st world in a measured and controlled fashion, they’ll simply come in droves and take what the West has.
That will be chaotic.
Let’s remind Western women that the most rewarding achievement in life is raising children, not working a glamorous white collar job.
Until then, you’ll have mass immigration of people that aren’t like you. It’s the only way the governors know to keep the ponzi scheme economy going.
Almost half of all countries have fertility rates below the replacement level, according to an unprecedented study published by The Lancet journal. While there was not a single nation with a fertility rate below the 2.05 threshold back in 1950, the global average is now only 2.4 — down from 4.7 about 70 years ago.
Why not if you can just change your gender.
This is probably fake but it’s amusing fakery.
Not Emile Ratelband, a 69-year-old who feels like he’s in his 40s. The Dutch pensioner is asking a court in his hometown of Arnhem, southeast of Amsterdam, to change his birth certificate so that it says he took his first breath on March 11, 1969, rather than on March 11, 1949.
A fantastic podcast (that may even be based on a true story) that is well worth seven hours.
I think the podcast was misnamed, so much so that I avoided listening to it for a long time. I believe a better title would have been the fire guilderer, because its relevance would only have been known by the last episode.
I listen to these podcasts because they are produced by some of the top writers who are likely used to produce psyop scripts. They are so good that I dare say many or most are fake themselves, but it’s quite difficult to tell. The fact that they over emphasise in the promotion that they are true could be a clue.
John’s house complete with maze.