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The Hatred from the Left | Armstrong Economics

Posted by M. C. on February 11, 2019

by Martin Armstrong

You can feel it in the air. We are heading into the collapse of government and a violent civil war because hatred is rising dramatically. The government is no longer capable of even functioning. The State of the Union was just an example. It did not matter what Trump said. The Democrats will not break party rank and will refuse to comply with anything. The government never acted like this until Hillary lost. Neither side will accept the election in 2020. Western society will crumble by 2032. There is no going back. This is how all empires, nations, and city-states have collapsed throughout history. The rule of law vanishes and what emerges is just hatred. Read the rest of this entry »


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How Teen Suicide “Experts” Miss the Cause of Depression and Only Focus on Symptoms | The Daily Bell

Posted by M. C. on March 26, 2018

Farm kids drive tractors in their mid-teens, snowflakes these days have to be pressured to get a drivers license in their mid twenties. We all know a story.

“more prescription drugs”  ya we need to turn more normal kids into psychotropic drug dependent killers.

Snowflakes need to emulate the Hardy Boys. But the book title would definitely have to changed. Hardy Persons, Hardy Xis…huuummm “Hard”y has an offensive, aggressive connotation.  I see a book burning.

By Joe Jarvis

…Throughout most of human history, this 16-year-old boy would be considered a young adult, largely autonomous from his parents, with the same rights as the rest of adults in a given society. In fact, boys between 14 and 21 have more often, throughout the world and human history, been considered adults.

But modern Western society artificially extends childhood and the restrictions that go with it. These young men are considered children. Read the rest of this entry »

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