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Friday, February 3, 2023

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De Omnibus Dubitandum

By Rich Kozlovich

The FBI used a SWAT Team to arrest this man, see below.

I only had three commentaries yesterday for P&D, so, I didn't send anything out.  What's below is from yesterday and today, with a lot of stuff of my own, and it's still a short list.  My theme? 

"Huston, we have a problem".  

While doing my daily searches, and reading what's going on, I find that sentence runs through my head daily, which translates into, "America, we have a problem!" And it's far more than America.  The reality is so many evil people are in powerful positions around the world it's clear,  "Humanity, we have a problem."   

We're living in an age of appeasement greater than has ever existed in human history, and the consequences will be dire.  There's a difference between appeasement, capitulation and good economic, domestic and foreign policy.   I keep asking the same question over and over again when some policy is fomented:  How does that benefit America?  And often times the answer is clear, at least to me, it doesn't. 

There are seven commentaries, four by me, and one with a link to Daniel Greenfield's pieces on Front Page Magazine, that carries the theme by David Horowitz: "Inside Every Progressive Is A Totalitarian Screaming To Get Out"  

I'm done until Monday, and I'm trying to organize all the material I have on geopolitics, especially involving the Russo/Ukrainian War and China, but there's a whole lot more going on that's not in the news, as my post about the Middle East and North Africa show. 

Also, have you ever heard of  BRICS countries?  No? Well, don't feel bad, I'm willing to bet 99.9% of the population of the world hasn't either, but it has potential for being a big deal.  I hope to cover some of that, probably inadequately, because it's about foundational international economics.  Nothing makes my eyes roll back into my head like that kind of stuff, and truthfully, I'm convinced economists are only guessing at the long term consequences of so much of all this.  Their thoughts are based on speculation.  Show me a room with the world's 25 top economists, and I'll have 25 different opinions to share with you, on a singular subject.    

"Prediction is really hard, especially about the future."

Have a great weekend!

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