Thando Radio Show: Part 2 Buckle Up, The Calm Before The Storm…


Tune in for news, current events and commentary from a prepper’s perspective. Today we will jump right into the main topic “Buckle Up, The Calm Before The Storm…” before we hit whats in the news.

Whats in the News?

BRICS Bank to fund 15 infra projects worth $3 billion this year

The New development bank set up by the BRICS is holding its second annual meet in the Indian capital New Delhi from 31st March- 2nd April. The bank is headquartered in Shanghai. On Saturday, Kundapur Vaman Kamath, the President of the NDB said the new lender plans to fund 15 infrastructure projects in member countries worth upto $3 billion this year, double that of last year.

US trade reviews must follow international law: China

Ahead of a highly anticipated meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart Donald Trump, trade tensions between the two countries continue to grow. China’s Ministry of Commerce has reacted to two new orders by US President Donald Trump calling for an investigation into trade abuses so as to reduce the US trade deficit.

Selling a culture of ignorance to the young

Selling a culture of ignorance to the young: key moments Sam Cooke: Don’t know much about anything, what a wonderful world By Jon Rappoport As my readers know, I’ve been documenting the downfall of education in America for a long time. My basic logic course, contained in my collection, The Matrix Revealed, is one antidote..

US ambassador: No question Russia meddled in election

U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley appeared on ABC’s This Week and talked about Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election Haley said she believed there’s no question that Russia was involved in the presidential elections and the Kremlin’s action will be addressed She said Trump hasn’t told her not to criticize Russia and that she was ‘beating up on Russia’ over its actions in Crimea The U.S.

N. Korean defector tells Lester Holt that Kim Jong Un would use nukes

SEOUL, South Korea – A senior North Korean defector has told NBC News that the country’s “desperate” dictator is prepared to use nuclear weapons to strike the United States and its allies. Thae Yong Ho is the most high profile North Korean defector in two decades, meaning he is able to give a rare insight into the secretive, authoritarian regime.

Mayor Rawlings rejects bill to rescue pension fund calling it a ‘massive taxpayer bailout’

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings says he cannot support a bill intended to rescue the failing Dallas Police and Fire Pension Fund because in its current form it amounts to a massive taxpayer bailout. He announced his opposition one day before the bill was slated to be considered in front of the committee headed by State Rep.

THE AUTO INDUSTRY IS ABOUT TO DRIVE OFF A CLIFF – AGAIN!

SELF INFLICTED ABUSE In the fall of 2015 we released a video study entitled: ” The Coming Global Auto Abyss – Too Much Supply, Too Many Brands; Combine with Too Much Credit!”. We concluded that low interest rate monetary policy for the auto industry was like handing crack cocaine to a drug addict.

Venezuela money supply up 200 percent in year, fastest rise on record

CARACAS Crisis-stricken Venezuela’s money supply has surged over 200 percent in a year, its fastest rise since records began in 1940, putting it on track for what is likely the world’s highest inflation.

RETIRED GENERAL: A large-scale military strike on North Korea ‘may be the only option left’

President Donald Trump’s first choice for secretary of defense says the US may only have one option for dealing with North Korea – a large-scale military strike. “A pre-emptive strike against launch facilities, underground nuclear sites, artillery and rocket response forces and regime leadership targets may be the only option left on the table,” Keane told The Times of London.

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