For many years, a handful of people have postulated that those who control industry, finance and governments are essentially the same people – a cabal of sorts that have, over generations, solidified their relationships in order to gain greater wealth and power, whilst systematically making things ever more difficult for the free market to exist.
But why should this be? Surely, corporate leaders are more ardently capitalist than anyone else?
British public-health officials warned that the new coronavirus variant first identified in the country last month could be significantly more lethal as well as more contagious, raising the stakes in the global vaccination race.
The new version is already the most common variety of the virus across most parts of the U.K., and U.S. federal authorities have said it is likely to become the dominant variant in America by March. Britain’s top scientific adviser Friday said preliminary studies show it may be between 30% to 40% deadlier than previous variants.
“We’re no longer in the eye [of the hurricane]. I think we’re going into the trailing edge now.”
Were the ‘conspiracy theorists’ just proven right about the “fake rescue plan” for COVID? Did the ‘science-deniers’ just get confirmation that it was political after all?
The short answer to both of these questions regarding the COVID-19 ‘casedemic’ and the fallacy of asymptomatic PCR testing is YES and YES!
China is falling short of its commitment to buy an extra $200bn (£146bn) worth of US goods over 2020 and 2021.
China agreed to buy the goods in a trade deal with the US agreed last January in exchange for reduced tariffs on $120bn worth of goods. The agreement was seen as phase one of a deal aimed at resolving the trade war between the world’s biggest economies.
“I was able to buy one bitcoin with $2,000 which ended up turning out to be $19,000 by the end of 2017,” she told FOX Business’ Stuart Varney on “Varney and Co.” “And that was just enough for me to pay my tuition.”
A majority of respondents in a Bankrate.com survey said the payments are not enough to cover their financial needs for even a month.
It’s just not enough.
As a second round of government stimulus checks starts to reach Americans, that’s the hard reality for many recipients, according to a new Bankrate.com survey. More than half of the people surveyed — 53% — who’d received a check or were expecting one don’t anticipate it being enough to cover their financial needs for even a month. About 18% said they didn’t expect the money to have any impact on their financial well-being.
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