As this goes to press the US Department of State is lying to the public about what actually happened in Syria, and the US Department of Defense is lying to the public about the success of its faked attack on an abandoned air base.
In addition to the insider disclosure of the treason by Senator John McCain, former CIA Director John Brennan, and National Security Advisor Herbert McMaster, this updated edition includes links to Russian declarations not only the false flag that got this mess started, but additional false flags across Syria coming soon.
The Zionist end-game that the US neo-conservatives are support calls for the introduction of 150,000 US troops into Syria. If that happens, our President will lose his base – the Alt-Right is furious over the missile attack.
If WikiLeaks takes down the Republican Party with leaked documents including emails demonstrating pedophilia on the part of multiple Republican Senators and Representatives – and if Donald Trump does not act on the Electoral Reform Act – the Democrats could retake the House of Representatives in 2018, impeach him, and also – if 4 Republican Senators resign, commit suicide, or go to jail – convict him.
Today, nearly one in six prime working age men has no paid work at all—and nearly one in eight is out of the labor force entirely, neither working nor even looking for work. This new normal of “men without work,” argues Eberstadt, is “America’s invisible crisis.”
So who are these men? How did they get there? What are they doing with their time? And what are the implications of this exit from work for American society?
Nicholas Eberstadt lays out the issue and Jared Bernstein from the left and Henry Olsen from the right offer their responses to this national crisis.
Two Centuries of Parasitic Economics is a radically original book, calling for rewriting macroeconomic theory and replacing the irrational finance, monetary, and tax regimes with robust systems to avert financial collapse, depressions, disorder, and to improve democracy.
The introduction reviews the bailout of US banks in 2008, arguing that rescuing millions of delinquent homeowners to repay the banks was fairer and quicker in stabilizing the housing market and the economy.