Daily Archives: 01/24/2021

ECONOMICS: DEBT A Bigger Crisis Is On The Horizon, And It Will Last For Decades – Video

ECONOMICS: DEBT A Bigger Crisis Is On The Horizon, And It Will Last For Decades – Video

5,088,563 views – Apr 6, 2020 – By Jack Chapple

As the news talks about enforcing mandatory lockdowns, and handing out money to citizens… There has been a problem that has been rapidly expanding in the background of all of this news. …And It is a problem that the world has never really seen before. In fact… it might create a crisis that won’t just be felt in the next week, the next month, or even the next year… but it might be felt for several decades to come…

HISTORY: The History of the Three Guyanas – Video

HISTORY: The History of the Three Guyanas – Video

By Sebastian ioan

There’s a region in South America that seems awkward, out of its place, but quite interesting. This is a place where Spanish, French, Portuguese, Dutch and English speakers all meet, where the French and EU flags wave on polls, and where indigenous groups live side by side with African communities. I’m talking about the Guianas, the north-eastern chunk of South America. And we’re going to explore it today.

Source link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDDrk41EBeg

USA POLITICS: Donald Trump Is Out. Are We Ready to Talk About How He Got In? – Opinion

“The First White President,” revisited 

   — Ta-Nehisi Coates | The Atlantic

I’ve been thinking about Barbara Tuchman’s medieval history, A Distant Mirror, over the past couple of weeks. The book is a masterful work of anti-romance, a cold-eyed look at how generations of aristocrats and royalty waged one of the longest wars in recorded history, all while claiming the mantle of a benevolent God. The disabusing begins early. In the introduction, Tuchman examines the ideal of chivalry and finds, beneath the poetry and codes of honor, little more than myth and delusion.          Continue reading