The last bastion. President Xi Purges Chinas deep state
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President Xi is launching his own war against Chinas deep state by launching a full-blown purge of the state security apparatus.
The ultimate goal of the campaign is simple: create police, prosecutors and judges who are absolutely loyal, absolutely pure and absolutely reliable.
Concurrently, there are debates and investigations into the viability of pegging XRP to gold, which might open up new avenues for stability and value for the cryptocurrency.
This is an interesting possibility since it means that XRP might become physically connected to gold, which would have a big influence on its value and reputation in the QFS.
Over Past Month, CEOs of Hulu, LinkedIn, Uber Eats, MGM, IBM, etc. resigned.
Over the past year, 1300+ Global CEOs resigned.
Market Crash? Child Rink bust? Rapture?
The Comex vaults have been steadily depleted over the last several months, however, 1.6M ounces of gold just showed up since March 1.
This is the largest inflow since October 2020 and we are only halfway through March!
This may be simply a restock of the metal lost in Jan and Feb.
It's also possible this is being used to support the massive delivery volume being seen in the historically quiet month of March.
But a third possibility is that the banks are preparing for massive delivery volume in April.
Greenspan once said: I view gold as the primary global currency.
It is the only currency, along with silver, that does not require a counterparty signature.
Gold, however, has always been far more valuable per ounce than silver.
Gold is still, by all evidence, a premier currency, where no fiat currency, including the dollar, can match it.
1. It is urgent to vigorously champion human rights in foreign policy.
2. The power of example is enormous.
3. Human rights are universal and indivisible.
4. The universality and indivisibility of human rights do not mean uniformity in bringing them to life.
5. A degree of pluralism in respecting human rights does not imply cultural relativism.
6. Nation-states have some leeway to base their human rights policy on their own distinctive national traditions.
7. Although human rights are interdependent and indivisible, certain distinctions among them are inherent in the Universal Declaration itself, as well as in the positive law of human rights that follows from the UDHR.
8. Freedom, democracy, and human rights are indissolubly linked.
9. Social and economic rights are essential to a comprehensive foreign policy.
10. New claims of rights must be carefully considered.
11. National sovereignty is vital to securing human rights.
12. The seedbeds of human rights must be cultivated.
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