A late Xmas gift from David!

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For some time now, we’ve been getting regular reports from the Sooper Seekrit Hampstead Research Facebook group that Charlotte Ward Alton threw together when she abandoned her disgusting blog.

Source: A late Xmas gift from David!

In contrast despite the dreadful bullying, trolling, attempts to trigger, belittle me, The Hampstead Group on facebook which i help to admin, is open again.   Only Admins can post, to protect from the spammers, taking advantage if we take breaks, and misusing yet another platform, to promote only the chosen hoax cases, which many the world over, know was never my intention, nor been shown by my actions, it is open, so people can look and ask questions, if they need, for any clarification, and the Hoaxtead Research Team, and I, who are all accused of being Ricky Dearman, and clearly are not, we all can back up any statements we make, the hoaxers…

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In Argentina, The Sun Is Finally Setting On The Kirchner Era

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Argentine President Cristina Kirchner (left) with Buenos Aires Governor Daniel Scioli (right).  Photo courtesy of Casa Rosada. Argentine President Cristina Kirchner (left) with Buenos Aires Governor Daniel Scioli (right). Photo courtesy of Casa Rosada.

Argentina’s open presidential primary is over, and the stage is now set for the election in October. With the current president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, constitutionally barred from running again, the autumn poll looks set to be a fight between Argentina’s two main political coalitions.

On the left is Daniel Scioli, the current governor of Buenos Aires province, who leads the official Peronist party Front for Victory. He is Cristina de Kirchner’s candidate of choice, though has stayed shy of taking on an explicitly Kirchnerist political identity. On the right is the current mayor of Buenos Aires, Mauricio Macri; he heads a coalition of strange bedfellows called Cambiemos (Let’s Change), which comprises Macri’s conservative Republican Proposal party, social democrats, and the Radical Civic Union.

The primary system pits all the parties’…

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What To Expect In Latin America In 2016

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By Daniel Lemaitre

LatinAmericaMapEconomic decline in dominant industries, worsening security in major urban centers, and high profile corruption accusations will continue to hinder development in Latin America in 2016.

In the Latin American context, 2015 can be catalogued as a year of political renovation.

The United States and Cuba officially restarted bilateral diplomatic relations; Guatemala experienced a transformative citizen-led political movement with spill-over effects in neighboring Honduras and El Salvador; Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, a year after reelection, has been left in political paralysis after numerous corruption accusations hit close to the office of the president; the Colombian peace accords are almost finalized; and Argentina voted in Mauricio Macri, a free-market liberal, to halt the Kirchnerist trajectory.

Then there is Venezuela. In the midst of an economically catastrophic year, bilateral relations with Colombia deteriorated after Venezuelan authorities forcefully deported Colombian families living in border states.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro spoke…

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Are EU Country Central Banks “Illegally” Buying Government Bonds?

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ECB QEThe following text is an English transcript (translation) of an RT Berlin Interview with economist and geopolitical analyst Peter Koenig in German regarding an apparent secret agreement between the European Central Bank (ECB) and individual Euro countries’ central banks issuing large amounts of government bonds. The discovery flared up just before the FED raised its base interest rate by a quarter percent on 16 December 2015, signalling the end of zero-interest in 9 years.

RT Question:

The ECB is currently accused of having made a secret agreement that would allow Euro country central banks to buy government bonds in large quantities. We would like to explain our viewers what impact this may have on our economy. With this move, more money enters circulation which could lead to inflation – and inflation is not necessarily good for the economy.

Response Peter Koenig:

What some Euro central banks are doing, i.e. buying government bonds…

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