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  1. Red Shift

    City (H) Premier League - 10/11/19 - 16:30

    No penalty. City were guilty of focusing on the appeal to Oliver and paid the price of showing us no respect in the next 21 seconds. we punished that lack of respect. Nobody dis’s The Reds w/o living to regret it. Three superb goals, and now 8 points clear of Leicester. One game at a time lads. Robbo with a very realistic appraisal in the post match. They have their feet on the ground. Let’s hope Mo’s ankle is ok.
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    Aston Villa (A) 2/11/19 - Premier League 15:00

    We defo deserved the result, but in terms of wayward passing and poor finishing, it was a bad day at the office, IMO.
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    Rugby Union World Cup - Japan - 2019

    All excellent points
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    Aston Villa (A) 2/11/19 - Premier League 15:00

    Shit day at the office and three points. Mane in post match interview ‘I am lucky’ .......no mate, you create your own luck. You’re on your way to being a legend. Thought the subs worked well, and I love our total football approach. That was a bumpy ride, but I always got the feeling we’d nick it after Robbo’s header. TOP OF THE FUCKING LEAGUE AND STAYING THERE.
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    Aston Villa (A) 2/11/19 - Premier League 15:00

    Looks like your up next. Knock yourself out ;-)
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    Rugby Union World Cup - Japan - 2019

    The Boks showed late on that they can run it when they want to - they have the abilty, but the key to the match was the very poor English scrum. If you can milk 3 points from a scrum so easily, you’re going to do it aren’t you? If the scrum had been more balanced, you’d have seen an entirely different game unfold. The Boks would have been forced to be more inventive, and England would possibly have found their rhythm in a closer contest, where your attitude stays more positive . Jones will be wondering why the scrum failed so badly.
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    Rugby Union World Cup - Japan - 2019

    South Africa cruised through their semi last week saving it all for the final. Clinical, powerful, and England really not recovering from the AB game, probably needed another week to recuperate. Spring Boks level with New Zealand. 3 apiece.
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    Rugby Union World Cup - Japan - 2019

    Just. Too. Good.
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    Rugby Union World Cup - Japan - 2019

    South Africa can make history here. First defeated team to win the World Cup.
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    Rugby Union World Cup - Japan - 2019

    bok’s defence is humongous tonight. England managed a single try against the ABs but you get the feeling that unless they can get that backline energised, they won’t cross tonight.
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    Rugby Union World Cup - Japan - 2019

    WTF is up with the English scrum? Why does the French ref not like it?
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    Banks - Bankers

    "The Creature From Jekyl Island." G. Edward griffin Some of you will be aware of the book, some will have read it. How The Federal Reserve Bank was created in secret, while congress wasn't looking. Griffin is now in his 80s, and this is a fascinating interview with him.
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    The Weakness of The Working Class

    "We'll get nothing unless we get up of our arses and fight for it. But we wont will we ? We'll just keep on lapping it up while the rich get richer and we get poorer." Capitalists are Selfish. However, communists are lazy and selfish. Discuss. 
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    Donald Trump

    You’re right, but Trump’s fan base isn’t paying attention. Like I typed - it’s all in the spin.
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    A New Global Recession?

    I posted a couple of weeks ago that QE4 is underway. The Fed is bailing Wallstreet to the tune of 60 Billion a day. The Financial Times is now saying that the Global Financial System is at risk because of the biggest bond bubble in history. - IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva projects a collapse in world GDP, one of many results of the current bankrupt financial system, at the 2019 IMF Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. on October 8, 2019. But the IMF itself gave a strong suggestion in its Global Financial Stability Report 2019: A large portion of the big bond funds that invest in the $15 trillion bond markets are short of liquidity and cannot pay off their investors. The report added a second alarm: In the oncoming recession, as much as 40-45% of the companies that owe some $19 trillion in corporate debt, won’t be able to even make interest payments. And this problem will quickly spread—by what the financial world calls “contagion.” Mutual funds hold almost $1 trillion of the securities by which the banks have “securitized” this failing corporate debt. Debt-zombie corporations are creating zombie hedge funds and zombie investment firms. The Federal Reserve is injecting more and more liquidity loans every day—$134 billion on Oct. 24 alone, for example—to keep this “everything bubble” of debt from imploding. "Bankers are making panicked proposals that would have disastrous consequences if they were to be implemented. Jamie Dimon, CEO of Wall Street’s biggest bank, JPMorgan Chase, asserted on Oct. 18 that bank capital regulations were causing the banking system’s sudden liquidity crisis and should all be removed. On Oct. 20, the former head of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, predicted “financial Armageddon” unless the Federal Reserve was given new powers and resources to bail out any bank—or any other financial company—at any time. And most shocking, the current Bank of England head Mark Carney proposed to replace the U.S. dollar in international trade with a global electronic currency controlled by the Bank of England and the other major central banks. These wild proposals smell of the failure of bank policies since the last financial crash, which have brought us to the verge of another." (LaRouche Political Action Committee, Washington) Strap yourselves in, it's going to get bumpy.