Global Analysis from the European Perspective. Preparing for the world of tomorrow




High suicide rate under the French police as the state is under permanent attack

As the numbers of suicide cases among the French policemen have hit record levels (last year 66 officers committed suicide),the mass media and politicians were quick to provide various explanations which include work-related stress, too large a workload, too small a number of psychologists during police training and in police stations, family problems, too small an amount of time that can be devoted to private life and the like

We have registered nearly a hundred incidents where the police came under attack. (See interactive map).

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The NGOs challenge the Italian government

Giuseppe Conte’s new government and his policy towards the influx of migrants have been defied by the German NGOs whose ships – the Sea Watch and the Sea-Eye – have purposefully ignored the rules that are to be binding in the Mediterranean: the body of water has been divided into areas for which respective – Italian, Maltese and Libyan – maritime authorities are responsible. Hence, NGOs have no business to operate there.

Yet NGOs are above law, and so they are on their mission irrespective of everything and anything. Two recent events with the Sea Watch and the Sea-Eye are case in point.

One. A signal is picked up by the Sea Watch that an inflatable boat, crammed with migrants, finds itself in the waters under the jurisdiction of the Libyan Coast Guard. The Sea Watch responds to the dispatch, but Rome denies her permission to “rescue” the people because the Libyan patrol boat is operating there already and this is the area for which the Libyan coast guard is responsible. Despite that, two Sea Watch rescue boats are launched and approach the boat with the human cargo. At that time the patrol of the Libyan Coast Guard heaves into sight. Seeing which, the migrants, not wishing to be taken back to Libya (after all, they paid the traffickers up to 6,000 euros to arrive in Italy) throw themselves into the sea to reach the NGOs rescue boats because they are aware that the NGO will take them to Sicily. At this point, the Libyan Coast Guard leaves the rescue area, and so the German NGO begins to take migrants on board to ferry them to Sicily. Continue reading

India cannot finance the oil it needs for its economic growth

At the beginning of the 1990s, about 65% of India’s oil demand was covered by its own production. Nowadays India’s consumption of oil, of which 80% has to be imported, is continuously growing. Due to the population growth and the resultant increase in the number of cars as well as the stagnancy in the domestic oil production, the imports of this raw material will be rising for the foreseeable future. Such a high dependence on external producers along with growing oil prices will become a significant burden on the Indian economy.

With the oil price hovering around 60 and 70 dollars per barrel, US shale on average still generates a negative cash flow. America and other producers therefore need more expensive oil. The Trump administration does whatever is in its power to raise the oil price to make America’s shale oil industry profitable. Since Trump came to office, United State’s sanctions imposed on the biggest oil producers such as Russia,Iran or Venezuela pushed up the oil price. Continue reading

Mass-migration should be accepted by Western states according to the UN Secretary

UN member states should prepare for great migratory movements, said UN Secretary General António Guterres on 11th of January 2018 during the presentation of the report on the management of migration processes. And this is not a joke: The UN, led by António Guterres, wants to manage and influence migration. All this, of course, is dressed up in pretty words about the need to provide humanitarian aid, and also justified by the benefits that resettlement of the population is to give to the economies of particular countries. However, in fact, this means only one thing: Europe and the entire Western World must prepare for the flood of Africans.

Currently, nearly 1,3 billion people live in Africa, and by the end of this century there will be 350% more, or 4,4 billion. It is obvious that the continent, whose inhabitants are not able to feed themselves, let alone achieve an adequate level of urbanization and industrialization, cannot cope with such a sharp demographic increase. The UN therefore came up with the idea of resettling Africans to Europe and highly developed countries on other continents.

At the end of 2016, just after his election as UN Secretary General, António Guterres said: “We must convince Europeans that migration is inevitable and that multiethnic and multireligious societies create wealth”. It can be assumed here that the goal set by the former UN commissioner for refugees (A. Gutters served this function from June to December 2015), is to promote migration, give it a legal framework and manage it globally. Continue reading

Italy and the euro cannot be saved by mass-immigration

The ongoing euro crisis has never been and will never be solved. The native European populations are shrinking and this will have a consequence for the economy, production and public finance. The demographic decline is the single most important economic phenomenon. We do not doubt that the annual visitors to the Global Economic Forum in Davos are fully aware of it: they know that the European and East Asian populations are decreasing and that 18 of the 20 top economies will never experience sustainable growth again. The economic press and mainstream analysts somehow do not get it and still believe that countries that will see their native population shrinking by 30% in the next thirty years can increase their GDP.

Italy is the next epicenter of the demographic crisis. The ongoing euro problems and the orchestrated mass migration into Italy are closely related. Italian population began to dwindle last year, a situation that has never happened in modern history. Without immigration, the Italian working-age population will drop by at least 30% before the middle of the century. If the productivity does not change and even if the Italians are able to balance their budget, the consequences are unsolvable. Continue reading

The new Fed director wants the US middle class to pay for the next crisis

The central bankers have used all sorts of tools. If the next crisis comes, they have nothing left. When the markets crash, their motto is: Close your eyes and let print even more money. Jerome Powell can be an exception, however.

Draghi and Yellen have perfected their image as perfect bail-out bankers in recent years: Draghi flooded Europe’s financial markets with cheap money and rescued Greece from the downward spiral with billions in aid; every time the US stock market lost more than 2% last year, someone from Yellens Fed appeared and assured the uncertain investors that the American economy was doing fine. Both used all possible tricks to boost economies and prevent the next crisis: they introduced zero interest rates, bought bonds and shares, even from private companies. Now Draghi’s ECB is still unprepared for the next crisis, as it has no funds left unless it introduces negative interest rates. Continue reading

South Korea needs North Korea to prevent its economic downfall

Recently, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said he wanted “to vigorously advance” inter- Korean links and his goal is reunification.On 27th April he met Mun Dze In, leader of South Korea.

Strategists, politicians and economists are ignoring the depopulation that is taking place, the single most crucial issue that will make or break the nation, shape the global economy and geopolitical order. The South Korean overall population has just started to shrink whith its working age population is in a free fall. In 30 years it will have decreased by 10 to 20%!

South Korea suffers a labour shortage. Ten percent of the positions in the electronic industry remain vacant, and the worse is still ahead. At the end of last year the South Korean government said that in the following year it would accept 56,000 foreign workers on the low-skilled work scheme, the same number as in the current year, as part of its efforts to tackle the labour shortage. A shrinking population brings about replacement migration, and it will destroy the national culture and society as it is happening in Western Europe and the United States. Continue reading

More Muslims needed in Europe to make the Saudi dream come true!

Without the organised mass-migration all Western and Eastern populations are in full demographic decline, and before this century comes to an end the most productive and consumptive societies will shrink by 60%. The US and European populations only keep growing because unprecedented and ever-rising numbers of migrants arrive annually. This is no conspiracy but a mathematical fact. In Japan, a country that keeps its borders closed, oil consumption has dropped by a staggering 25% since 2000.As a consequence of the inevitable depopulation of the industrialised world oil consumption will fall by at least more than 40 mln barrels a day shortly.

To keep oil consumption at high levels, it is in the interest of the Saudis to repopulate Europe and the US with men and women from Central Asia and Africa. Professor Bryan Caplan argued in The Economist that labour is the world’s most valuable commodity and its value depends on location. Western societies are more structured and organised than their Mexican or Nigerian counterparts, and unskilled workers will be more productive in a factory in Germany or a farm in the USA than in AfricaThe Wall Street speculator George Soros explained that Europe should accept 500.000 migrants annually and finance this with public debt.He realizes that a 60% drop in the European population will decrease consumption by the same amount. Depopulation will cripple world consumption and will slash world oil demand by at least one third. Continue reading

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Gefira-Bulletin #25

Gefira #25 makes an observation that the Western world is torn by two growing antagonisms which are the United States against Europe and the old European Union against its new member states. The Old Continent's external and internal policies continue to be controlled by the leftist and (neo)liberal Brussels establishment, Frankfurt bankers and the pro-migration lobbyists that are bent on changing the face of Europe. Meanwhile Saudi Arabia's authorities are planning to restructure the national economy in recognition of the fact that crude oil will slowly lose its importance due to the demographic decline and because the world’s automotive industry will soon switch to vehicles powered by electricity. Riyadh is already building mega cities where new branches of industry will become the country’s driving force.

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Gefira #25 makes an observation that the Western world is torn by two growing antagonisms which are the United States against Europe and the old European Union against its new member states. The Old Continent's external and internal policies continue to be controlled by the leftist and (neo)liberal Brussels establishment, Frankfurt bankers and the pro-migration lobbyists that are bent on changing the face of Europe. Meanwhile Saudi Arabia's authorities are planning to restructure the national economy in recognition of the fact that crude oil will slowly lose its importance due to the demographic decline and because the world’s automotive industry will soon switch to vehicles powered by electricity. Riyadh is already building mega cities where new branches of industry will become the country’s driving force. Read more subscribe:

Gefira 25 Content

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The Devil’s Alliance.
Cognitive dissonance is growing.

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NEOM or a new fantasy country.

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Gefira-Bulletin #24

Gefira #24 gives in interesting insight into the world of tomorrow in which the Eurasian continent will be the global pivot with China and Russia playing the tune and the rest of the world toeing the line. The Old Continent will split into a racial mix in the West and the White Man's habitat in the East. The United States will see its final days of glory as a superpower, while Africa, apart from experiencing a demographic explosion, will not undergo significant changes, and its possible colonization by China or Turkey is doomed to failure. The new geopolitical situation might be advantageous to such middle-sized countries as Iran, Kazakhstan or Turkey, with the latter wanting to re-draw its borders. The American economic dream is dying, and the rivalry between Washington and Brussels is anything but over.

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Gefira #24 gives in interesting insight into the world of tomorrow in which the Eurasian continent will be the global pivot with China and Russia playing the tune and the rest of the world toeing the line. The Old Continent will split into a racial mix in the West and the White Man's habitat in the East. The United States will see its final days of glory as a superpower, while Africa, apart from experiencing a demographic explosion, will not undergo significant changes, and its possible colonization by China or Turkey is doomed to failure. The new geopolitical situation might be advantageous to such middle-sized countries as Iran, Kazakhstan or Turkey, with the latter wanting to re-draw its borders. The American economic dream is dying, and the rivalry between Washington and Brussels is anything but over. Read more subscribe:

Gefira 24 Content

2020-2030 The world will shift to the East.
China will become a mature economy and the US will have a full rival.
Turkey – the next emerging Islamic Power.
The European-US infighting has begun.

The American dream is dying.

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Africa’s long-term perspective is disastrous.
Turkey.
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