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Get Ready for China’s Hot New Export Product: Inflation

China’s producer prices – which measure what is sometimes called “inflation at the factory” – soared 5.5% in December, from a year ago. This was far hotter than economists had expected, though they’d expected a pretty good jump, with the Bloomberg consensus guess coming in at 4.6%.

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North Korea says can test-launch ICBM at any time: official news agency

WEB Notes: North Korea is once again making the news. Remember, this nation is not a part of the global financial system and hence the reason for their constant appearance in the news in a negative light. They certainly are not a holy nation, but the idea of them destroying the US is completely fabricated. There simply is no basis for the claim.

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China fights pollution: New environmental police squad to battle heavy smog

Officials in Beijing are creating a new environmental police squad in the latest effort to fight China’s persistent problems with heavy smog.

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Facing growing North Korea nuke threat, Trump vows: ‘It won’t happen!’

WEB Notes: We have only heard about North Korea’s hollow threats for at least twenty years. Remember, this is one of the nations not under the grip of globalists.

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N. Korea in ‘last stage’ of preparation for test-launch of banned ICBMs

WEB Notes: They are always looking to keep North Korea in the news. When the children of Satan are ready they will take it down and have all the “reason” they need to do it.

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Foreigners are Dumping US Treasurys as Never Before

All kinds of things are now happening in the world of bonds that haven’t happened before. For example, authorities in China today halted trading for the first time ever in futures contracts of government bonds, after prices had swooned, with the 10-year yield hitting 3.4%. Trading didn’t resume until after the People’s Bank of China injected $22 billion into the short-term money market.

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20,000 Taiwanese protesters march against same-sex “marriage” bill

More than 20,000 pro-marriage and pro-family Taiwanese citizens marched through the capital, demonstrating against an anticipated approval of homosexual “marriage” by Parliament.

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South Korea President Park Geun-hye impeached in stunning fall

South Korean lawmakers on Friday impeached President Park Geun-hye, a stunning and swift fall for the country’s first female leader amid protests that drew millions into the streets in united fury.

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China’s Premiere ‘Strike Drone’ Has Suddenly Appeared In Key Middle Eastern Country

A Chinese article published with the video reveals that an unspecified country with mountainous terrain, high summer temperatures, and an elevation of about 1,000 meters purchased Chinese CH-4 drones.

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Cashless World: 1 out of 3 People Never Use Cash

WEB Notes: I must point out the old bank notes are banned and supposedly being replaced with newer ones. The concern here is how the government was able to so quickly pull these bank notes off the market. The replacements should have been readily available. They could easily have banned one denomination at a time.

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Japanese Troops Deploy to South Sudan Risking First Overseas Conflict Since World War 2

WEB Notes: It is illegal for Japan to send troops overseas as this was a part of the peace treaty signed during WWII.

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Japan Has Just Gone To Unlimited QE

In my November 2 note (here), I talked about three big changes this year that have been underemphasized by Wall Street and the financial media but have changed the outlook for the global economy and global markets.

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Bombing at Sufi Shrine in Pakistan Kills Dozens

A powerful bomb blast ripped through a Sufi shrine in southwestern Pakistan on Saturday evening, killing at least 52 people and wounding at least 100 others, officials said.

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US Navy destroyer conducts operation in South China Sea

A U.S. Navy warship on Friday passed through waters claimed by China near disputed islands in the South China Sea, the Defense Department said, drawing Chinese condemnation. A department spokesman, Navy Cmdr. Gary Ross, said the destroyer ship USS Decatur conducted the transit operation near the Paracel Islands.

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Foxconn Deploys 40,000 Robots In China

Foxconn has deployed 40,000 robots in its factories in mainland China as it aims to reduce the number of workers at its plants creating digital devices.

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Pope Francis ‘concerned’ about North Korea nukes

WEB Notes: Of course he is. He is a part of the globalism machine.

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China facing full-blown banking crisis, world’s top financial watchdog warns

China has failed to curb excesses in its credit system and faces mounting risks of a full-blown banking crisis, according to early warning indicators released by the world’s top financial watchdog.

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US Flies Bombers Over S.Korea in Show of Force Against North

WEB Notes: Who is showing force here, the US or North Korea?

‘Well North Korea launched a missile.’

Really? Is that big news for you then? How about the United States that has destroyed nations and families for the last 20 plus years in the middle east? Is that not worth mentioning? Or is that called “fighting for freedom?” What freedoms have you gained since 9/11? Think about it.

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