With LIBOR rates blowing out above 2.3% and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May making a non-threat to ban Britons from buying Russian debt, the gloves have come off in the hybrid war on Russia to stop the Nordstream 2 pipeline.
I explain that and how it relates to Trump’s needing to reach an accord with North Korea along with his comments about leaving Syria real soon now.
LIBOR Continues to blow out:
Theresa May is looking to Freeze Russian Assets to stop Nordstream 2
The U.S. only negotiates when it’s losing:
Trump says we’re leaving Syria really soon now:
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… or part of a strategy. If N.Korea agrees to anything at all that requires trust in the US, then they’ve been suckered. Eg. the US agrees to something in exchange for N.Korea disposing of its nuclear deterrent. But US says N.Korea has to act first. Because, of course, the US will then renege on the agreement.
agreed. we will have to begin leaving the DMZ first before North Korea will agree to anything
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