"Princes of the Yen: Central Banks and the Transformation of the Economy" is a famous video upload to YouTube. It is a brilliant production, which happens to based upon a brilliantly written book by the German-born Professor Richard Werner. What is revealed about the Japanese Central Bank, the Rothschild's network of Central Banking, and the conduct of senior government officials in Tokyo's National Diet will surprise and shock you to the core. One Y/T Commenter wrote: This is the most BRILLIANT documentary on the IMF and central banks I have ever watched !!!"
Outsourced World suspects China will emerge a little stronger than the rest, as the "post-COVID19 world" starts to take shape. Supply-chain disruption fears will eventually be mollified or countered. Probably no more than 20 percent (maximum) of currently outsourced activity will be repatriated to home soil in North America and Europe ... unless taxes, tariffs, … Continue reading Will China Win Corona Recovery Race?
Former (Male) Google Employee: "Most meetings at Google are recorded. Anyone at Google can watch it. We're trying to be really open about everything...except for this. They don't want any paper trail for any of these things. They were telling us about a lot of these potentially illegal practices that they've been doing to try to increase diversity. Basically treating people differently based on what their race or gender are."
Paul Gottfried discusses Western Europe's self-hatred, low birth rates, political-correctness, and mass immigration. What people need to realize is that inhabitants [genetics] make or define a country. Europe, and "white" countries generally (alongside some East Asian states) have enjoyed the highest quality of life because their native populations (on average) provide most of this world's more intelligent communities. In sharp contrast, all African and Arab countries 'boast' average IQ values not higher than 75 and 85 respectively. Therefore many are motivated to migrate into Europe just to live off the generous Welfare (State) Benefits.
Outsourcing is too often conflated with "offshoring". Outsourcing's philosophical definition does not stipulate the export of gainful employment to overseas locales. That association arrived much later. Possibly by design, or through opportunism, or perhaps due to one company's fear they might lose out to a competitor in an unregulated market. This long article defines "outsourcing". It also describes how this phenomenon grew from embryo to a multi-billion dollar industry.
A multimedia introduction to both Book ① [Wanderlust] of the three part series: "Outsourced World: Seducing Goddess Durga During the Clinton Era" ... and to Glyn's authorship background and writer credentials.