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The Hill
“Evidence that policies focused on growth and economic mobility greatly improve the lives of women is everywhere,” fiscal policy expert Mattie Duppler writes in The Hill. Duppler highlights how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed by President Donald J. Trump has improved the landscape for women, whether they are “workers, or bosses, or stay-at-home moms.”
“U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions instructed federal prosecutors on Wednesday to seek the death penalty in drug-related cases whenever it is ‘appropriate,’ saying the Justice Department must boost efforts to counter America’s epidemic of opioid abuse,” Reuters reports. The Attorney General’s remarks came after President Trump announced a detailed plan on the opioid crisis earlier this week.
- The Daily Signal
Senior leaders from across the Administration—including President Trump himself—fielded a range of questions Thursday at Generation Next, a White House forum for millennials. Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump sat down with The Daily Signal for a Q&A, explaining why she thinks “this is a moment of incredible opportunity” for women in America.
- The New York Times
On Wednesday, the Trump Administration tapped Dr. Robert R. Redfield, cofounder of the Institute for Human Virology, to lead the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Dr. Redfield has “decades of science and clinical work – especially in the field of H.I.V./AIDS.” Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar called Dr. Redfield “peerless” in his depth of experience.
The Washington Free Beacon
“Trump called for the use of the death penalty in certain drug-trafficking related cases as part of the announcement on Monday of his administration's strategy for combatting the opioid epidemic,” Charles Fain Lehman reports. By Thursday, five Republican lawmakers had announced a new bill that would toughen the charges facing dealers who traffic in fentanyl, a deadly synthetic opioid.
The New York Times
“The House, spurred on by President Trump, passed a bill on Wednesday that would give patients with terminal illnesses a right to try unproven experimental treatments,” Robert Pear reports. Proponents of the bill say it will “give dying patients a chance to obtain potentially helpful prescription drugs without waiting for the completion of clinical trials.”
USA Today
On Thursday, President Trump participated in a Q&A with conservative advocate Charlie Kirk at the White House’s Generation Next forum. Their conversation covered taxes, trade policy, and what advice the President would give to a 25-year-old Donald Trump today.
The Washington Times
“Investment in infrastructure is coming at just the right time for America,” Gov. Pete Ricketts (R-NE) writes this week. “Over the past year, the Trump administration has listened to states while developing policy proposals.” Gov. Ricketts joined President Trump at the White House when the President unveiled his plan for rebuilding American infrastructure last month.
The Washington Free Beacon
Travel for President Obama’s EPA Administrators cost taxpayers roughly $1 million, The Washington Free Beacon reports. “The double-standard couldn't be more clear: Under Barack Obama's EPA the media chose not to report on expenditures to protect the EPA administrator for international travel or the costs of their trips," EPA Spokesman Jahan Wilcox said.

Central Banks Have Killed Free Trade

  • The 18th-century version of free trade can’t account for the central feature of today’s globalized economy...
  • What country actually produces an iPhone?...
  • Then Charles Hugh Smith shows how he believes central banks have transformed free trade into a “Darwinian game of trade” that creates few winners and many losers...
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March 24, 2018
Editor’s note: The Dow Jones lost some 1,100 combined points Thursday and Friday, based heavily on renewed prospects of a trade war. Today, Daily Reckoning contributor Charles Hugh Smith provides some fascinating insights into global trade today, and explains why he thinks traditional concepts of free trade no longer apply.
Charles Hugh SmithDear Reader,
Defenders and critics of "free trade" and globalization tend to present the issue as either/or:
It's inherently good or bad. In the real world, it's not that simple. The confusion starts with defining free trade (and by extension, globalization).
In the classical definition of free trade espoused by 18th century British economist David Ricardo, trade is generally thought of as goods being shipped from one nation to another to take advantage of what Ricardo termed comparative advantage:
Nations would benefit by exporting whatever they produced efficiently and importing what they did not produce efficiently.
While Ricardo’s concept of free trade is intuitively appealing because it is win-win for importer and exporter, it doesn’t describe the consequences of the mobility of capital.
Capital — cash, credit, tools and the intangible capital of expertise — moves freely around the globe seeking the highest possible return, pursuing the prime directive of capital: expand or die.
Capital that fails to expand will stagnate or shrink. If the contraction continues unchecked, the capital eventually vanishes.
The mobility of capital radically alters the simplistic 18th century view of free trade.
In today's world, trade can not be coherently measured as goods moving between nations, because capital from the importing nation owns the productive assets in the exporting nation. If Apple owns a factory (or joint venture) in China and collects virtually all the profits from the iGadgets produced there, this reality cannot be captured by the models of simple trade described by Ricardo.
In today's globalized version of "free trade," mobile capital can skim labor, currencies, interest rates, regulatory burdens and political favors by shifting between nations and assets.
Trying to account for trade in the 18th century manner of goods shipped between nations is nonsensical when components come from a number of nations and profits flow not to the nation of origin but to the owners of capital.
This was recently described in a Foreign Affairs article, (Mis)leading Indicators:
If trade numbers more accurately accounted for how products are made, it is possible that the United States would not have any trade deficit at all with China. The problem, in short, is that trade figures are currently calculated based on the assumption that each product has a single country of origin and that the declared value of that product goes to that country.
Thus, every time an iPhone or an iPad rolls off the factory floors of Foxconn (Apple's main contractor in China) and travels to the port of Long Beach, California, it is counted as an import from China, since that is where it undergoes its final "substantial transformation."
That is the criterion the World Trade Organization (WTO) uses to determine which goods to assign to which countries.
Every iPhone that Apple sells in the United States adds roughly $200 to the U.S.-Chinese trade deficit, according to the calculations of three economists who looked at the issue in 2010.
That means that by 2013, Apple's U.S. iPhone sales alone were adding $6-$8 billion to the trade deficit with China every year, if not more.
Read on to see how these sales should be calculated, and why today’s “free trade” is really a win-lose game for many involved.
Charles Hugh Smith
for The Daily Reckoning
Editor's note: President Trump made a huge announcement Thursday that Jim Rickards says has created an urgent, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Jim says that the last time something like this happened, investors could have scored 2,770% gains in just a few months.
That’s enough to turn $5,000 into $143,518… and $10,000 into almost $300,000.
Trump's annoucement was so important that Jim recorded a quick one-minute voice message explaining the situation.
Even though the annoucement was Thursday, Jim assures us it’s not too late to take advantage. The market hasn’t really figured it out yet. But he also thinks it will verysoon.
So Jim wants us to remind you that this is an extremely small window of opportunity. You should be ready when the market opens Monday morning.

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The Daily Reckoning Presents: Ultra-cheap credit from central banks have destroyed the classical version of free trade...

There is No "Free Trade" —There Is Only the Darwinian Game of Trade

By Charles Hugh Smith
Charles Hugh SmithA more reasonable standard, of course, would recognize that iPhones and iPads do not have a single country of origin.
More than a dozen companies from at least five countries supply parts for them. Infineon Technologies, in Germany, makes the wireless chip; Toshiba, in Japan, manufactures the touchscreen; and Broadcom, in the United States, makes the Bluetooth chips that let the devices connect to wireless headsets or keyboards.
Analysts differ over how much of the final price of an iPhone or an iPad should be assigned to what country, but no one disputes that the largest slice should go not to China but to the United States. That intellectual property, along with the marketing, is the largest source of the iPhone's value.
Taking these facts into account would leave China, the supposed country of origin, with a paltry piece of the pie. Analysts estimate that as little as $10 of the value of every iPhone or iPad actually ends up in the Chinese economy, in the form of income paid directly to Foxconn or other contractors.
This is no longer the world of David Ricardo. In a world dominated by mobile capital, mobile capital is the comparative advantage.
Mobile capital can borrow billions of dollars (or equivalent) in one nation at low rates of interest and then use that money to outbid domestic capital for assets in another nation with few sources of credit.
Mobile capital can overwhelm the local political system, buying favors and cutting deals, all with cash borrowed at near-zero interest rates. Mobile capital can buy up and exploit resources and cheap labor until the resource is depleted or competition cuts profit margins.
At that point, mobile capital closes the factories, fires the employees and moves on.
Where is the "free trade" in a world in which the comparative advantage is held by mobile capital? And what gives mobile capital its essentially unlimited leverage?
Central banks issuing trillions of dollars in nearly-free money to banks and other financial institutions that funnel the free cash to corporations and financiers, who can then roam the world snapping up assets and exploiting global imbalances with nearly-free money.
There's nothing remotely "free" about trade based not on Ricardo's simple concept of comparative advantage but on capital flows unleashed by central bank liquidity.
The gains reaped by mobile capital flow to those who control mobile capital: global corporations, financiers and banks.
No wonder labor's share of the economy is stagnating across the globe while corporate profits reach unprecedented heights.
Rising income and wealth inequality is causally linked to globalization and the expansion of Darwinian trade and capital flows.
Stripped of lofty-sounding abstractions such as comparative advantage, trade boils down to four Darwinian goals:
1. Find foreign markets to absorb excess production, i.e. where excess production can be dumped.
2. Extract foreign resources at low prices.
3. Deny geopolitical rivals access to these resources.
4. Open foreign markets to domestic capital and credit so domestic capital can buy up all the productive assets and resources, a dynamic I explained above.
All the blather about "free trade" is window dressing and propaganda. Nobody believes in risking completely free trade; to do so would be to open the doors to foreign domination of key resources, assets and markets.
Trade is all about securing advantages in a Darwinian struggle to achieve or maintain dominance.
As I pointed out back in 2005, the savings accrued by consumers due to opening trade with China were estimated at $100 billion over 27 years (1978 to 2005), while corporate profits expanded by trillions of dollars.
In other words, consumers got a nickel of savings while corporations banked a dollar of pure profit as sticker prices barely budged while input costs plummeted. Corporations pocketed the difference, not consumers.
As a longtime correspondent of mine noted, restricting trade may be one of the few ways smaller nations have to avoid their resources and assets being swallowed up by mobile capital flowing out of nations with virtually unlimited credit (the US, the EU, China and Japan).
Protecting fragile domestic industries with tariffs has a long history, including in the U.S., as Jim Rickards has pointed out here in The Daily Reckoning.
But the real action isn't in tariffs: it's in the bureaucratic tools to limit trade and the soft and hard power plays that secure cheap resources while denying access to those resources to geopolitical rivals.
The bureaucratic means of restricting imports have been raised to an art in Japan and other export-dependent nations: there may not be any visible tariffs, just bureaucratic sinkholes that tie up imports in red tape.
Then there's currency manipulation, for example, China's peg to the U.S. dollar. What's the "free market" price of Chinese goods in the U.S.?
Nobody knows because the peg protects China from its own currency being too strong or too weak to benefit its export-dependent economy.
Those bleating about "free trade" are simply pushing a Darwinian strategy that benefits them above everyone else.
U.S. corporate profits have quadrupled since China entered the World Trade Organization (WTO); is this mere coincidence?
No: global corporations took advantage of labor, credit, taxes, environmental/regulatory and currency inputs to dramatically lower their costs (and the quality of the goods they sold credit-dependent consumers) and thus boost profits four-fold in a mere 15 years.
They did this while tossing the hapless consumers a few nickels of "lower prices always" (and lower quality always, too).
The Neoliberal Agenda trumpets "free trade" because "free trade" is a cover for "free capital flows."
Once capital is free to flow from central-bank fueled global corporations, no domestic bidder can outbid foreign mobile capital, as those closest to the central bank credit spigots can borrow essentially unlimited sums at near-zero rates — an unmatched advantage when it comes to snapping up resources and assets.
If we ask cui bono, to whose benefit?, we find the consumer has received shoddy goods and paltry discounts from "free trade," while corporations, banks and financiers have benefited enormously.
Rising income and wealth inequality is causally linked to globalization and the expansion of Darwinian trade and capital flows: the winners are few and the losers are many.
Tariffs will not solve the larger problems of reduced employment, stagnant wages and rising income inequality.
To make a dent in those issues, we'll need to tackle central bank and central-state policies that have pushed financial speculation to supremacy over the productive economy.
Charles Hugh Smith
for The Daily Reckoning
Ed. note: Trump’s big trade announcement on Thursday happened exactly as Jim Rickards predicted. He put in tons of research in preparation and identified a way you can make up to 2,770% in the coming months.
In fact, Trump’s announcement triggered what Jim is now calling the “trade of the year.”
It centers on one Chinese company that’s in the middle of this trade war controversy.
The last time this company experienced something like this, investors could have pocketed a gain of 2,770% in just a few months.
In other words, you could have turned $5,000 into $143,518… and $10,000 into almost $300,000.
This recording explains it all. Trump’s announcement was Thursday. But Jim says markets haven’t fully digested the news, so fortunately it’s not too late to act.
But he wants us to emphasize again: This is an extremely fast-moving opportunity. You need to act immediately, before the mainstream catches on. You might want to be ready when markets open on Monday. Click here now for all the details
Charles Hugh SmithCharles Hugh Smith is an American writer and blogger, and serves as the chief writer for the blog "Of Two Minds". Started in 2005, this site has been listed No. 7 in CNBC's top alternative financial sites, and his commentary is featured on a number of sites including, The American Conservative, and Peak Prosperity.

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Toenemend tekort aan antibiotica door Niburu nieuws

Vrijdag, 23 maart 2018 21:39
Niet alleen krijgen we toenemend te maken met superbacteriën die resistent zijn voor iedere vorm van antibiotica, daar komt nu een ander probleem bij. 

Het College ter Beoordeling van Geneesmiddelen (CBG) maakt zich zorgen over het toenemend tekort aan antibiotica in Nederland. 

Al jaren wordt er gewaarschuwd dat we misschien binnenkort een punt zullen bereiken waarbij antibiotica niet of nauwelijks meer werken.

Volgens Dr.Keiji Fukuda van het WHO, “Zonder dringende en gecoördineerde actie zal de wereld naar een na-antibioticatijdperk gaan waar gewone infecties en kleine wonden die altijd normaal te behandelen waren weer dodelijk zullen worden”.

“Effectieve antibiotica is altijd één van de steunpilaren geweest waardoor we langer en gezonder konden leven en ons voordeel konden halen uit moderne medicijnen”. “Als we geen drastische actie ondernemen en gaan proberen om infecties te voorkómen maar ook de manier waarop we antibiotica produceren en voorschrijven te wijzigen dan zullen we in rap tempo deze wereldwijde gezondheidsmiddelen verliezen en de gevolgen daarvan zullen rampzalig zijn".

"We zullen rekening moeten gaan houden met veel meer doden en veel mensen zien met infecties die niet langer te behandelen zijn”.

Het probleem wordt nog eens verergerd door het veelvuldig gebruik van antibiotica bij pluimveehouderijen en dan vooral in landen als India:

Kip bevat veel meer resistente bacteriën dan tot nu toe gedacht. Bij een nieuwe testmethode viel het percentage supermarktkip met bacteriën die ongevoelig zijn voor het cruciale antibioticum colistine veel hoger uit dan in de oude testen. Resistente bacteriën zijn gevaarlijk voor patiënten met infecties. Elk jaar sterven 25.000 Europeanen omdat de bacteriën niet meer reageren op antibiotica.
Bij dit alles komt er nu een probleem bij:
Het College ter Beoordeling van Geneesmiddelen (CBG) maakt zich zorgen over het toenemend tekort aan antibiotica in Nederland.
Vooral middelen die een specifieke bacterie aanpakken, de smalspectrum antibiotica, zijn steeds moeilijker verkrijgbaar. Artsen schrijven daarom steeds vaker antibiotica met een brede werking voor, maar daardoor stijgt het risico dat bepaalde bacteriën resistent worden.
Het tekort aan smalspectrum antibiotica wordt onder meer veroorzaakt door een tekort aan grondstof bij de farmaceutische bedrijven die de medicijnen leveren.
En het zijn ook geen problemen die binnenkort opgelost zullen worden:
Positief is dat artsen in Nederland heel terughoudend zijn in het voorschrijven van antibiotica", zegt CBG-vicevoorzitter Barbara van Zwieten.
"De keerzijde van minder voorschrijven is dat het voor farmaceutische bedrijven economisch minder interessant wordt om antibiotica te ontwikkelen of te behouden. Hierdoor kunnen er tekorten ontstaan. De patiënt is hier de dupe van."
Vorig jaar werd er opnieuw de alarmklok geluid door het WHO zoals we in een eerder artikel schreven:
Onlangs verscheen er een nogal alarmerend bericht van de Wereldgezondheidsorganisatie (WHO): 
De Wereldgezondheidsorganisatie (WHO) heeft een lijst gepubliceerd met twaalf soorten bacteriën die het grootste gevaar vormen voor mensen. Volgens de VN-organisatie hebben artsen snel geen mogelijkheden meer om bepaalde bacteriële infecties te behandelen en moeten er met spoed nieuwe medicijnen worden ontwikkeld.

Op de lijst staan bacteriën die voor veel antibiotica ongevoelig zijn, waaronder salmonella en de staphylococcus aureus-bacterie. Bovenaan de lijst staat de acinetobacter baumannii, een ziekenhuisbacterie die ziektes kan veroorzaken als een longontsteking of wondinfecties.

Volgens de WHO vormen de gevaarlijkste multiresistente bacteriën op de lijst een bedreiging voor ziekenhuizen, verzorgingshuizen en andere zorginstellingen. Sommige bacteriën kunnen dodelijke infecties veroorzaken. Dat gebeurt het vaakst bij mensen met een zwak immuunsysteem. 

Waar uiteraard niet naar wordt gekeken als oplossing voor niet werkende antibiotica is een oud en beproefd middel dat, net zoals de cannabisplant, in een verdomhoekje is geplaatst vanwege de gepatenteerde antibiotica van de farmaceutische bedrijven.

Iedere cowboy die een paar honderd jaar geleden naar het wilde westen van Amerika trok wist dat hij altijd een zilveren dollar bij zich moest hebben om te overleven in de woestenij. Niet omdat hij hiervoor onderweg de broodnodige zaken kon kopen om te overleven maar omdat hij deze zilveren dollar gebruikte om zijn water en melk te zuiveren. Zilver staat namelijk al sinds mensenheugenis bekend als het beste antibioticum tegen virussen, bacteriën, schimmels, parasieten en prionen dat er op aarde fysiek bestaat. Zover nu bekend zijn er meer dan 1000 infectieziekten die niet tegen zilver bestand zijn.

Tegenwoordig hebben we dan geen zilveren dollars, maar wel colloïdaal zilver. Als je het vraagt aan de vereniging tegen kwakzalverij dan zal die uiteraard zeggen dat colloïdaal zilver helemaal niets doet, echter de werkelijkheid is anders.
Zelfs doorgewinterde mainstream artsen zoals de bekende hartchirug Gerald M. Lemole heeft nu de bijzondere werking van colloïdaal zilver ontdekt. Lemole is daarnaast de schoonvader van de bekende Dr. Oz en in het volgende fragment is te horen wat hij te vertellen heeft over colloïdaal zilver.

In een wereld waar een doorsnee infectie een steeds groter gevaar kan vormen, is dan ook eigenlijk noodzakelijk voor ieder huishouden om een goede kwaliteit colloïdaal zilver in huis te halen. Waarbij het woord goede niet zomaar wordt gebruikt, want er is veel kaf onder het koren.
Koop hoe dan ook een merk waarvan je weet dat er ook echt colloïdaal zilver in zit en niet alleen maar ionische zilver. 
Bij de productie van colloïdaal zilverwater wordt tevens zilver in ionische toestand opgelost. Dit is niet het werkzaam gedeelte van het zilverwater en dient zo laag mogelijk te zijn. Het meest ideaal is natuurlijk om 100% colloïdaal deeltjes te verkrijgen, maar omdat dit praktisch gezien niet mogelijk is, wordt gestreefd naar een zo laag mogelijk percentage ionisch zilver. Uit een analyse blijkt dat de meeste leveranciers niet eens colloïdaal zilver leveren. 

The ticking time bomb!

Door Realpredictor
Up to Two-Thirds of Sub-Saharan Africa’s 1.1 Billion People (more than 1000 Million) want to Migrate to the EU and the U.S
De tikkende tijdbom!
Twee derde van sub-Sahara Afrikanen (meer dan 1000 miljoen) willen naar de EU en de VS migreren!
De demografische ontwikkeling is een tikkende tijdbom”, vertelde ambassadeur Raul Mateus Paula van de EU in Niger aan Die Welt
Er zijn naar schatting 50.000 migranten in Marokko en tussen 400.000 en 1 miljoen in Libië die zich voorbereiden om illegaal de Middellandse Zee over te steken naar Spanje en Italië, en waarschijnlijk naar het noorden naar rijkere naties in de Europese Unie.
“Als deze ontwikkeling niet wordt gestopt, zou het kunnen leiden tot een ramp,”
De EU steekt nu al middelen in het continent om te voorkomen wat in de Duitse krant de “tweede fase van de migratie” wordt genoemd, waarbij alleen al Niger in 2020 600 miljoen euro ter beschikking zal worden gesteld.
Met geboortecijfers tot zeven kinderen per vrouw zal de Afrikaanse bevolking in 2050 (dus ook in Europa)  naar verwachting verdubbelen!

'Wij zetten de genezing van kinderkanker in een hogere versnelling'