Operation Gladio

Some find conspiracy theories ridiculous. While they are extreme and hard to believe, that doesn’t mean they’re all false. Consider the story of Operation Gladio. Some excerpts from the Wikipedia entry: After World War II, the UK and the US decided to create “stay-behind” paramilitary organizations, with the official aim of countering a possible Soviet …

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Hyperinflation, Competitive Devaluation and Consumer Caution

This weekend’s headlines were not good and provide more hints of impending global hyperinflation which raises concerns about economic growth. The big front-page story in the Wall Street Journal was about consumers cutting back on spending. Also on the front page, but with a smaller headline, concerns fears of competitive currency devaluations by Japan and …

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