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Great Reset: Five Markets Trends For The Next 5 Years

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The Great Reset and The New World Reordering

Note: There are several pages to this article. At the very bottom are the links to each page. America has been going through a societal shift for quite some time now. But if you look out a little bit farther you’ll notice so has the rest of the world. The Great Reset is upon us. The current system is reaching...

Former Fort Irwin soldier twice convicted of possessing child porn sentenced to prison

Former Fort Irwin soldier twice convicted of possessing child porn sentenced to prison

Judge’s gavel. (Staff Sgt. Nicholas Rau/U.S. Air Force) A former Fort Irwin soldier was convicted for a second time for possession of child pornography and was sentenced earlier this week. A judge sentenced Steven Berg, 40, to four years in state prison after pleading no contest to the charge on Monday. Berg was given more than a year’s worth of credit for time...

Fashion world mourns death of designer Virgil Abloh

Fashion world mourns death of designer Virgil Abloh

Designer Virgil Abloh, who founded Off-White and worked for Louis Vuitton, and stars like Kanye West, has passed away after a battle with a rare form of cancer that he chose to go through “privately.” Abloh’s death, at the age of 41, was confirmed by a statement posted to his Instagram account on Sunday. He is survived by his wife...

Journalist fires banned artillery in war zone (VIDEO)

Journalist fires banned artillery in war zone (VIDEO)

A controversial Ukrainian journalist has released a video purporting to show him firing banned large-caliber artillery at “Russian occupiers.” The stunt, which he claims commemorated the 1930s Soviet famine, immediately backfired. Yuriy Butusov, editor-in-chief of Kiev’s Censor.net, posted the images on Saturday as Ukraine marked the so-called Holodomor Memorial Day. The clip shows Butusov wearing full military garb, including a ballistic helmet...

Keep borders open despite Covid variants, WHO pleads

Keep borders open despite Covid variants, WHO pleads

The World Health Organization has encouraged countries to keep their borders open, despite fears about the Omicron variant of Covid-19, as South Africa denounces global travel restrictions that it has called “unjustified.” Avoiding shutting down borders, the WHO said, will prevent a “heavy burden on lives and livelihoods.”  If restrictions are put in place, the organization warned, they should not...

The Louis Vuitton artistic director and Off-White founder had been battling cancer, according to a tweet by luxury group LVMH. He was 41.

The Louis Vuitton artistic director and Off-White founder had been battling cancer, according to a tweet by luxury group LVMH. He was 41.

Written by By Caitlin Hu, CNN Louis Vuitton artistic director and Off-White founder Virgil Abloh died Sunday of cancer, according to a tweet by luxury group LVMH. He was 41. “LVMH, Louis Vuitton and Off White are devastated to announce the passing of Virgil Abloh on Sunday, November 28th, of cancer, which he had been battling privately for several years,”...

People we’ve lost in 2021

People we’ve lost in 2021

Colin Powell, a trailblazing military leader who went on to become the United States’ first Black secretary of state, died October 18 at the age of 84. Powell died from complications from Covid-19, his family said on Facebook, noting he was fully vaccinated. Powell had multiple myeloma, a cancer of plasma cells that suppresses the body’s immune response, as well...

Virgil Abloh remixes a classic Mercedes-Benz to bring an off-roading machine to the racetrack — and the art world

Written by Jacqui Palumbo, CNN Artistic director of Louis Vuitton menswear Virgil Abloh has unveiled his newest project: a spin on a classic Mercedes-Benz, reimagining the company’s G-Class as a streamlined racing car. Project Geländewagen, first announced in July, is a celebration of the SUV which turned 40 last year. Abloh worked with Mercedes-Benz chief design officer Gorden Wagener on...

Why Did Satya Nadella Suddenly Dump Half His Microsoft Holdings Last Week?

Joining Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk, Satya Nadella sold almost half of his Microsoft shares over a 2-day period last week. Amazon’s Bezos has been selling large chunks… Tesla’s Musk has been more aggressively (and publicly) offloading his stocks… And now Microsoft’s Satya Nadella sold about 838.6K shares of common stock on November 22 and 23. The sales were broken down...

A Fearstorm Is Upon Us

Via Freemansperspective.com, I just sat down at my computer and saw that a new fearstorm is upon us. I saw signs of it earlier in the week, and now it has arrived. And so, briefly, I’d like everyone to understand how these things operate. Firstly, please notice that fearstorms are coordinated; they arrive in terrifying clusters, with more or less every elite-driven bullhorn saying the same thing,...

National Guard scandals in these 13 states raise questions about culture and accountability

National Guard scandals in these 13 states raise questions about culture and accountability

Oregon National Guard Soldiers before their mobilization ceremony on April 25, 2021. (National Guard photo by Maj. Stephen Bomar, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs) The National Guard system — crucial to America’s military defense and vital to state emergency operations — is reeling from corruption and misconduct that reflect overarching command failures, a USA TODAY investigation has found. For more than two...

The Bye Line: Keep Your Eyes On The Prize And Pass The Build Back Better Act

The Bye Line: Keep Your Eyes On The Prize And Pass The Build Back Better Act

In this week’s Bye Line, Jonathan Capehart reflects on the final passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill, Build Back Better negotiations, and the difficulties of governing. “When it comes to the Build Back Better Act, the lesson here for Democrats is simple: Don’t give up," he said.» Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc MSNBC delivers breaking news, in-depth analysis of politics headlines,...