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The cycle of war and the Coronavirus : the new threat to world peace & battle of the billionaires / Martín Armstrong

By: Armstrong, Martín, 1949- [autor].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ohio : Gatekeeper Press, 2020Copyright date: @2020Edition: Primera edición.Description: 497 páginas : ilustraciones a color y a blanco y negro, gráficas ; 29 cm.Content type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9781735654300; 9781735654324 (ebook).Subject(s): Economía mundial -- Deterioro | Economía -- Administración | Política económica | Crisis económica | CoronavirusDDC classification: 330.1
Incomplete contents:
1. The usurpation of the billionaires and the new threat of war ; 2. Soro's new world order ; 3. Corporate psychopaths ; 4. Gate's reliance on mandated vaccines ; 5. A coalition to redesign the wprld: super-rich friends ; 6. Fiscal irresponsibility: a driving force behind war ; 7. European fiscal irresponsibility ; 8. The European Revolution cycle ; 9. Taxes versus debasement ; 10. The rising global tax revolution ; 11. Tax rebellions are inevitable ; 12. The Roman empire ; 13. The rising civil unrest ; 14. Legitimizing class warfare ; 15. Assassination: a tools of revolution ; 16. Political contagions ; 17. The political economy model ; 18. Manipulating the people to wage war ; 19. The methodology ; 19. Randomness or complexity? ; 20. The cycle of war and the Economic Confidence Model ; 21. The international cycle of war ; 22. Civil unrest ; 23. The cycle of war in Russia ; 24. The Ukrainian Revolution; the bloodless revolution ; 25. China ; 26. China versus taiwan ; 27. The schism in Islam ; 28. Summary: overview ; 29. The great reset ; 30. Are politicians stupid or corrupt? ; 31. The Socialist Revolutionary Cycle of 2020
Abstract: The global economy deteriorated in a matter of months due to governments' mishandling of the coronavirus outbreak. General observers may describe this event as "unforeseen," but they fail to look at the patterns of the past that reveal the future. Cyclical behavior dominates every facet of our world, including warfare, civil unrest, and even pandemics. "The Cycle of War and the Coronavirus" is the most comprehensive review of the war cycle from the beginning of recorded history. The civil unrest prevailing on a worldwide basis can be traced to events of the past, as it is cyclically on time for a revolution. However, the current pandemic is by no means a natural occurrence-this a deliberate attempt to radicalize the world in the vision of those pulling strings behind the curtain. This book exposes the truth, explaining why the coronavirus outbreak destroyed the global economy, the culprits, and what we can expect in the short-term and long-term volatile future. Editorial.
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1. The usurpation of the billionaires and the new threat of war ; 2. Soro's new world order ; 3. Corporate psychopaths ; 4. Gate's reliance on mandated vaccines ; 5. A coalition to redesign the wprld: super-rich friends ; 6. Fiscal irresponsibility: a driving force behind war ; 7. European fiscal irresponsibility ; 8. The European Revolution cycle ; 9. Taxes versus debasement ; 10. The rising global tax revolution ; 11. Tax rebellions are inevitable ; 12. The Roman empire ; 13. The rising civil unrest ; 14. Legitimizing class warfare ; 15. Assassination: a tools of revolution ; 16. Political contagions ; 17. The political economy model ; 18. Manipulating the people to wage war ; 19. The methodology ; 19. Randomness or complexity? ; 20. The cycle of war and the Economic Confidence Model ; 21. The international cycle of war ; 22. Civil unrest ; 23. The cycle of war in Russia ; 24. The Ukrainian Revolution; the bloodless revolution ; 25. China ; 26. China versus taiwan ; 27. The schism in Islam ; 28. Summary: overview ; 29. The great reset ; 30. Are politicians stupid or corrupt? ; 31. The Socialist Revolutionary Cycle of 2020

The global economy deteriorated in a matter of months due to governments' mishandling of the coronavirus outbreak. General observers may describe this event as "unforeseen," but they fail to look at the patterns of the past that reveal the future. Cyclical behavior dominates every facet of our world, including warfare, civil unrest, and even pandemics. "The Cycle of War and the Coronavirus" is the most comprehensive review of the war cycle from the beginning of recorded history. The civil unrest prevailing on a worldwide basis can be traced to events of the past, as it is cyclically on time for a revolution. However, the current pandemic is by no means a natural occurrence-this a deliberate attempt to radicalize the world in the vision of those pulling strings behind the curtain. This book exposes the truth, explaining why the coronavirus outbreak destroyed the global economy, the culprits, and what we can expect in the short-term and long-term volatile future. Editorial.

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