Phase Three in the Global Economic War Heats Up

March 31, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+Reddit We are monitoring events closely in the Economic War Room. Two things stood out this past week, both related to a coming Phase Three attack on the US dollar. First, the Chinese finally launched an oil futures contract traded in gold-backed yuan. This is a big deal. In its debut, the contract exceeded […]

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The Looming Debt and Pension Crisis (part three: China’s Latest Threat)

March 25, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditOne simple truth of life is that if you spend more than you take in, you have to either cut your spending, increase your income, or borrow some money. That is true for individuals and it is also true for governments. If you already owe a lot of money, your spending is further crimped […]

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Headlines From the Economic War Room

March 16, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+Reddit We just posted last night with a recap of the Winds of War as the opening to part two of the Looming Debt and Pension Crisis. In less than 24 hours, however, there were multiple additional reports that came into the Economic War Room that we feel should be brought to your attention. […]

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The Looming Debt and Pension Crisis (part two)

March 15, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditIn our last post, we provided a brief introduction to a most serious topic. Before we dove into the debt and pension crisis, however, we offered another installment on our “Winds of War” theme. We thought that would be our last mention, at least for a while, of the mounting evidence that we are headed […]

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The Looming Debt and Pension Crisis: An Introduction

March 8, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditAs I write this, I’m tempted to do a “Winds of War (Part Five)” blog in continuation of the series begun ia little over a month ago (Part Four of Winds of War available HERE). The reason is that in the past week, there have been so many data points affirming everything we have […]

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The Winds of War (Part Four)

February 27, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThis is the 4th and last installment of our The Winds of War postings. To catch up, parts one through three are linked here: The Winds of War (Part One) – Global Economic Warfare globaleconomicwarfare.com/2018/01/the-winds-of-war-part-one/ The Winds of War (Part One). by Kevin D. Freeman on January 29, 2018. Share this… Email this to […]

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The Winds of War (Part Three)

February 16, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditIn the past week, so much information has emerged that corroborates our basic thesis. The winds of war are blowing and the intensity is increasing. To catch up, please review our last two posts: The Winds of War (Part One) – Global Economic Warfare globaleconomicwarfare.com/2018/01/the-winds-of-war-part-one/ Jan 29, 2018 – That’s despite the U.S. having higher […]

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The Winds of War (Part Two)

February 5, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+Reddit In last week’s post, we warned that the scent of the next World War was already in the air. Readers know that we believe the next war will be cyber-economic in nature, at least in the early stages. We have warned for nearly a decade that perhaps the war started in 2008, but […]

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The Winds of War (Part One)

January 29, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+RedditThere is a lot of positive economic news. Economic growth has substantially strengthened in the wake of regulatory reform, corporate repatriation, and tax cuts. The stock market is at all-time highs. Interest rates are appearing to normalize, at least in small measure. Despite this, according to this week’s BARRON’S, capital is fleeing the US […]

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Facing the Darkest Hour

January 23, 2018

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+Reddit I saw Darkest Hour this past weekend for the second time and I plan to see it a third before it leaves the theaters. Like Dunkirk, this movie carries a powerful yet historical message of inspiration. It also has multiple lessons for students of Economic Warfare with significant application for today. This blog […]

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