From 2001 to 2021 was more than a bumpy road
When it comes to foreign policy and future perspectives of the USA, the signs aren’t wildly hopeful. President Biden just opened future relations with one of this country’s two “near-peer threats” (as the U.S. military likes to call them) by agreeing publicly that Vladimir Putin was a soul-less “killer.”
Meanwhile, his secretary of state and national security advisor had a distinctly rocky meeting in Alaska with their Chinese counterparts from that other near-peer threat, China.
And now add to this wise policy the omnipotence of the medical experts who do not get tired to explain to you for 14 months that you can only escape the risk of dying from Covid-19 if you get vaccinated.Then add the trillions of damage that the national economies must somehow cover and do this with ever new debt and money printing, - then you know what will come out in the end.
In this sense I put the saga of climate change for the time being to the files and wait for reason and insight.
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