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  1. José 🐝 Jordán de Urríes
    www.thedailyinternet.net British Parliament made history when they voted 'no' regarding a state visit from President Trump in response to a petition signed by 1.8 million...
  2. Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    This will definitely rub a few people the wrong way…

    A recent article was just published in the Washington Post called…

    "Trump voters will not like what happens next"

    So, like any normal clickbait fiend, I started clicking around, reading the articles and eventually I was deep inside an evil volcano of ‘fake news’...

    Look, I don’t know where you stand politically… and to be frank, it doesn’t really matter.

    But what does matter is the truth.

    Look at this blatant abuse of media power:
    Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    Donald Trump Said WHAT About Oprah?
    www.empowernetwork.com Donald Trump Said WHAT About...
  3. Producerpaul wayne

    paul wayne

    The Future of Populism in a Trump Era
    The Future of Populism in a Trump EraWritten by Cathryn Cluver,This article is part of special inauguration series by Dūcō experts on major global issues in the Trump Administration.As Donald Trump begins his term as President, he can claim victory in more ways than one: Not only was...


    Olga Lawson
    30/01/2017 #3 Olga Lawson
    Pardon me as well, dear author of the article, for my confusion as well. Can not agree about the role of Russia in all this populist games. Before & after Brexit there were articles in British media about Brexit acting in favour of Mr Putin, that's how Russia is called now. And what? Nothing happened. Before Trump's victory there were again "the voices" about Russian hand in the US election. And what? Nothing happened again. Except British MPs TODAY are discussing the role of BBC journalists in creating fake news some time ago. THAT'S THE THING TO THINK ABOUT. As the person who lived in the USSR,witnessed & survived during Perestroika, Glasnost & so -called democratic reforms in Russia, lived in the EU for a decade both "on the continent" & "the mainland" the UK I mean, can talk about the diagnose for all major collapses: USSR, Brexit & Trump. It's NOT populism. People in all these places were not told the truth & true facts about economy & the rules of the games, pardon, lives or functioning in the society. That is just natural reaction of people for ... false news & information. truth as well can be showing & provokes inadequate reaction. That is what we all are experiencing now. And with state of the affairs in the EU, I wonder whether Brexit ever happen. As the EU may collapse much earlier then the date the UK will decide to trigger Art 50. It's NOT populism; it is normal reaction of people to false statements. Politicians & mass media people have created their own bubble world & are in panic now: what's going on? Nothing really bad, actually. Life is going down back to basics. In Russia as well, by the way. People there need to recover from WWI & WWII first to finance Europe, or Baltics, or Trump.
    Harvey Lloyd
    30/01/2017 #2 Harvey Lloyd
    This posts highlights the extreme positions that worked to some degree (Economically) prior to WWII. The sway of extremes during periods is no longer maintaining balance but rather polarization populations. Trump is merely a symptom of this system.

    We are at a crossroads of social acceleration or implosion. Trumps policies may be addressing issues but i am not sure they will advance civilization. This will of course be written in history in just a few years.
    Phil Friedman
    30/01/2017 #1 Phil Friedman
    Pardon my confusion, but I have difficulty understanding how the man whose every major appointment to date has taken the US further down the road to oligarchy is contributing to the emergence of populism. Exploiting the political and social frustrations of the working classes, does not a Populist make.
  4. Producerpaul wayne

    paul wayne

    Transatlantic Relations in 2017
    Transatlantic Relations in 2017Written by Stanley R. Sloan,This article is part of special inauguration series by Dūcō experts on major global issues in the Trump Administration.As the United States enters the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidential term, transatlantic...
  5. Producerpaul wayne

    paul wayne

    The Future of U.S.-Turkey Relations
    The Future of U.S.-Turkey RelationsWritten by Dr. Amanda Sloat, This article is part of special inauguration series by Dūcō experts on major global issues in the Trump Administration.The Trump Administration has inherited a challenging relationship with Turkey—a country feeling under...
  6. ProducerLuca Scialò

    Luca Scialò

    Trump, schiaffo ad Apple: utilizza uno smartphone Samsung
    Trump, schiaffo ad Apple: utilizza uno smartphone SamsungDonald Trump preferisce uno smartphone Android a un iPhone di Apple. E pure un modello Samsung. D’altronde ha fin dalla sua campagna elettorale dichiarato guerra ad Apple. E a tutti i colossi industriali americani, tanti in realtà, che producono i...


    Davide Caretti
    06/02/2017 #6 Davide Caretti
    #5 Ma nzomma...
    Mario Vittorio Guenzi
    01/02/2017 #5 Mario Vittorio Guenzi
    #4 @Davide Caretti sperare e' gratis :D
    Davide Caretti
    31/01/2017 #4 Davide Caretti
    #3 E si....magari...
    Mario Vittorio Guenzi
    27/01/2017 #3 Mario Vittorio Guenzi
    @Davide Caretti c'e' sempre l'impeachment e il grande nagus mi pare un ottimo candidato... ;)
    Davide Caretti
    27/01/2017 #2 Davide Caretti
    #1 Minimo 4 anni purtroppo...
    Enrico Sasso
    27/01/2017 #1 Enrico Sasso
    Mi pare che questo buffone e le notizie ad esso relazionate ci perseguiteranno per anni e anni...abbiamo appena cominciato.
  7. José 🐝 Jordán de Urríes
    José 🐝 Jordán de Urríes
    Donald Trump utiliza un smartphone más antiguo que el tuyo
    www.lavanguardia.com Un informe proveniente de The New York Times y un análisis por descarte de Android Central sitúa a Donald Trump, el presidente de Estados Unidos, utilizando un Galaxy S3, un smartphone de 2012 y...
  8. ProducerJens Werner

    Jens Werner

    4 Lessons Every Entrepreneur Can Learn From Donald Trump
    4 Lessons Every Entrepreneur Can Learn From Donald Trump“If I don’t win, I’ll consider this a total and complete waste of time” -- Donald Trump1. Winning is everything -- there are no 'participation' trophies in the real world.The younger generation today is being set up for failure. Its members are...
  9. José 🐝 Jordán de Urríes
    José 🐝 Jordán de Urríes
    Trump sólo cobrará un salario de un dólar como presidente
    www.larazon.es El millonario Donald Trump aseguró hoy que renunciará al salario de 400.000 dólares anuales que le correspondería como nuevo presidente de EEUU y que...
  10. Candice 🐝 Galek
    Real or Fake #SeemsFake
    Bill Clinton's Black Son - Danney Williams | BANISHED
    Bill Clinton's Black Son - Danney Williams | BANISHED BANISHED - The Untold Story of Danney Williams Bill Clinton's Black son tells his story for the first time in this riveting documentary testimonial....
  11. ProducerJarl Frijs-Madsen
    Why America will be winning with or without Trump
    Why America will be winning with or without TrumpIt has been said that the 19th century belonged to Europe, the 20th  century belonged to America and the 21st century will belong to Asia. There is a lot of truth in this, as economic and political power will continue to move from West – especially...


    Dean Owen
    30/07/2016 #2 Dean Owen
    In a Financial Times article I think back in 2012, I predicted Shanghai would overtake London as a Financial centre by 2020. I stand by that prediction too.
    Dean Owen
    30/07/2016 #1 Dean Owen
    Agree on all points except perhaps the 2050 prediction. If you look at all the top schools in the US, you'll see Asian faces in unprecedented numbers. They rely on Asia students for a bulk of their funding (I have been approached numerous times by US colleges to act as a consultant to increase enrolment of Chinese students). China overtook Japan as the second largest economy just 2 years after the Beijing Olympics and Shanghai Expo heralded China's arrival on the World stage. Back then,there were only a handful of Chinese studying abroad. The next generation of Chinese business leaders will be US college educated, and I have no doubt that China will be the largest economy in the World by 2035. Great buzz. You clearly know what is going on.
  12. Andrés Irasuste
    what do you think about the North Dakota Trump's energy speech?
    FULL: Donald Trump Energy Speech at Petroleum Conference in Bismarck North Dakota (5-26-16)
    FULL: Donald Trump Energy Speech at Petroleum Conference in Bismarck North Dakota (5-26-16) LIVE Stream: Donald Trump Speaks at the Petroleum Conference in Bismark, North Dakota (5-26-16) Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses The...