Philippines’ Duterte Seeks Friendship with China and Russia, Then ISIS Attacks Mindanao

It was another one of those stories that shows why alternative or new media exists: legacy media reported it, if barely, but skipped over the geopolitical implications. In late May Rodrigo Duterte, the strongman president of the Philippines who has been widely lambasted for human rights abuses both real and alleged from a brutal counter narcotics campaign, visited Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin. The characteristically blunt Filipino leader could not have been more plain: his country was under attack by ISIS terrorists, and therefore he would have to cut his visit to Moscow short, but speaking to RT last year, Duterte boasted: “I have a new friend with lots of weapons” -- Russia.

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Team Rogue Money Radio, Friday the 13th January 2017

V the Guerrilla Economist hosts Ken Schortgen Jr., Deb @BanksterSlayer Caruthers, and W the Intelligence Insider to discuss the major economic shocks coming in the rest of 2017, including the global bond market crisis of negative interest rates, the rollout of blockchain technology through EuroClear and SWIFT. Ken reveals that known CIA front USAID was involved in India's chaos-inducing war on cash experiment, and also asks how gold and bitcoin prices would move if just one percent of the currency invested in bonds sifted into precious metals and the borderless, non-central bank controlled cryptocurrency. V also mentions the global 6.2 billion who are either unbanked or underbanked, from Africa to the New Silk Road slated nations of former Soviet Central Asia, and the decentralization of the Internet and crypto-currency transactions. - JWS

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