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Argentards: Fernandez Moves To Nationalize Agro-Exporter Vincentin

Tuesday, June 9th, 2020

Argentine President Alberto Fernandez and his government are moving to nationalize bankrupt grain and seed oil exporter Vicentin as Kirchnerismo in Argentina pushes for a capture of that country's infirm enterprises.

US Universities, Governments, And Newspapers Purging Staff For Breaking From Party Line As Civil Unrest Continues

Sunday, June 7th, 2020


US Cutting Troop Numbers In Germany By 9500

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

The USG is reducing the number of troops they have deployed to Germany by 9500. Just under 25,000 US Troops will remain in Germany after the withdrawal. The Polish government is allegedly appealing for some of the troops to be sent there, but as domestic instability continues to grow inside the US as part of the North American new normal.

Uruguayan Firm Made Record Breaking "Legal" Shipment Of Cannabis To Portugal

Friday, June 5th, 2020

Uruguayan firm Fotmer Life Sciences exported 3,307 pounds of cannabis flower to an unknown Portuguese customer in the largest "legal" export of cannabis flower across the Atlantic so far. Customs documents valued the flower at ~2 USD per gram.

Civil Unrest, Looting, Mob Violence Join "New Normal" In US

Thursday, June 4th, 2020

A week after civil unrest in the USSA escalated to the point that a police station was sacked, the persistence of mob violence and looting appears to have joined mouth coverings as part of their new normal. Police and National Guard members appear to largely be retreating or making gestures of submission when confronted.

Argentine Terrorist Wanted Since 2017 Mortar Attack Captured In Chuy

Saturday, May 30th, 2020


Police Precinct Sacked By Minnesotans As Civil Unrest Continues In Minneapolis

Friday, May 29th, 2020


Power Struggle In Brasil As Federal Police Persecute President's Supporters

Thursday, May 28th, 2020

Brasil's "Federal Police" struck the homes of numerous ardent supporters of Brasil's democratically elected President Jair Bolsonaro as part of an alleged campaign to suppress "fake news" in the country. Search warrants were executed against 29 political targets. The President's son Carlos Bolsonaro condemned the raids as ideologically driven and unconstitutional.

For his principled refusal to surrender to the internationally dominant virus hysteria, President Jair Bolsonaro has seen himself disconnected from the levers of power by bureaucrats and regional governors.

Civil Unrest In Minnesota After Cops Choke Life Out Of Black Man

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

Civil unrest has gripped Minneapolis, Minnesota after an incident on Monday where 46 year old black resident George Floyd was subdued by the application of a cop's knee to his neck until the life left his body. The Monday incident happened in broad daylight in front of a crowd of spectators leading to wide dissemination of video documenting Floyd's killing. (more...)

Ships With Iranian Fuel Make It To Venezuela

Sunday, May 24th, 2020

Ships delivering gasoline from Iran have begun arriving in Venezuelan waters. Despite being a major producer of oil sitting on substantial proven reserves, Venezuela is suffering from shortages of gasoline.

Large Legacy US Tech Firms Begin Cutting Deep

Saturday, May 23rd, 2020

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and International Business Machines (IBM) have begun making deep cuts into their operational expenses as the realities of the new, Greatest Depression begin setting in. IBM's workforce cuts include the firm's "trendy" Watson and AI divisions.

Argentina Fails To Make Interest Payment Entering Default On Foreign Debt

Friday, May 22nd, 2020

While failing to make payment Argentina is claiming it "extended" the deadline to make it deal that it had been threatening creditors with. Rumors suggest competing offers between the Argentine government and creditors never got within twenty cents on the dollar of each other.

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