• Japan Set To Release 1.2 Million Tons Of Radioactive Fukushima Water Into Ocean, Causing “Immeasurable Damage”

    ZeroHedge - Feb 1st 2020 11:00pm EST (Archive)

    Japan Set To Release 1.2 Million Tons Of Radioactive Fukushima Water Into Ocean, Causing “Immeasurable Damage” Just in case a global viral pandemic, whose sources are still unclear and apparently now include human feces, wasn’t enough, the global outrage meter is about to go “up to eleven” with Japan now set to flood the world’s […]

  • How Government And Media Are Prepping America For A Failed 2020 Election

    ZeroHedge - Feb 1st 2020 10:30pm EST (Archive)

    How Government And Media Are Prepping America For A Failed 2020 Election Authored by Whitney Webb via MintPressNews.com, As World War II drew to a close in Europe, British philosopher Bertrand Russell wrote that “neither a man nor a crowd nor a nation can be trusted to act humanely or to think sanely under the […]

  • Mayor Of City With 6 Million People Next Of Wuhan Warns Of “Significant Increase” In Coronavirus Cases This Weekend

    ZeroHedge - Feb 1st 2020 10:00pm EST (Archive)

    Mayor Of City With 6 Million People Next Of Wuhan Warns Of “Significant Increase” In Coronavirus Cases This Weekend One month into the worst viral pandemic in decades, China appears woefully unprepared to respond appropriately and decisively to a disease that has infected over 12,000 around the globe. This became obvious after several Chinese officials […]

  • The Super Bowl Is A Grift Of Epic Proportions

    ZeroHedge - Feb 1st 2020 9:30pm EST (Archive)

    The Super Bowl Is A Grift Of Epic Proportions Authored by Dave Zirin via The Nation, The Super Bowl is like prom for the 1 percent. When the big game comes to town, it’s accompanied by private jets, parties, and nonstop bottle service. That should be enough, but it never is. The bacchanalia also comes […]

  • 2016 Redux: Kremlin Warns ‘Chemical Provocation’ Coming As New Fighting Erupts In Aleppo

    ZeroHedge - Feb 1st 2020 9:00pm EST (Archive)

    2016 Redux: Kremlin Warns ‘Chemical Provocation’ Coming As New Fighting Erupts In Aleppo Amid the ongoing Russian-Syrian military offensive to liberate Idlib province from the al-Qaeda linked Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, suburbs near Aleppo have been scene of intense fighting in recent days, despite government forces liberating the major northern city in December 2016, which marked […]

  • Senator Tom Cotton Shreds China’s Official Virus Story, Warns Of “Super Laboratory” Proximity

    ZeroHedge - Feb 1st 2020 8:30pm EST (Archive)

    Senator Tom Cotton Shreds China’s Official Virus Story, Warns Of “Super Laboratory” Proximity Authored by Jared Harris via WesternJournal.com, A United States senator is casting major doubt on the Chinese government’s official story on the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak, instead hinting that a biosafety laboratory working with the deadliest pathogens in the world could be […]

  • Hillary Clinton For Vice President?

    ZeroHedge - Feb 1st 2020 8:00pm EST (Archive)

    Hillary Clinton For Vice President? Last week, Hillary Clinton dispelled rumors that she might toss her hat in the ring in a “brokered convention” to run against President Trump – telling Variety  that while she has the “urge” to run, she’s “going to support the people who are running now and do everything I can […]

  • Social Media Networks Vow To Censor “Misinformation” About Coronavirus

    ZeroHedge - Feb 1st 2020 7:30pm EST (Archive)

    Social Media Networks Vow To Censor “Misinformation” About Coronavirus Authored by Daisy Luther via The Organic Prepper blog, Yesterday, social media giants like Facebook and Twitter, and search engine Google announced their intentions to censor – um, crack down on – so-called “misinformation” about the coronavirus that is spreading across the globe. Before we get started here, […]

  • Super (Inflation) Bowl: Ticket Prices Soar To Highest In 5 Years

    ZeroHedge - Feb 1st 2020 7:00pm EST (Archive)

    Super (Inflation) Bowl: Ticket Prices Soar To Highest In 5 Years Tickets for this year’s installment of the Super Bowl played on Sunday in Miami are reselling at higher prices than last year. Still, as Statista’s Katharina Buchholz notes, tickets purchased on the secondary market for any Super Bowl Game come at a high premium, as data […]

  • The Global Supply & Demand Shock Of The Coronavirus

    ZeroHedge - Feb 1st 2020 6:30pm EST (Archive)

    The Global Supply & Demand Shock Of The Coronavirus Via Global Macro Monitor, Our analysis of the impact of the Coronavirus is a work in progress and nobody knows the endgame.  It is still the early days of the epidemic, and its dynamics will take time to understand. The scale of the impact will depend […]