Interview 945 - Financial Survival: Distrust in Media

09/25/20141 Comment

Every Thursday James joins Alfred Adask on Financial Survival to discuss economics, geopolitics, society and finance. This week they talk about the latest on the Ebola scare, including the latest CDC numbers projecting 1.4 million infections by January, the abandonment of mainstream media and what this means for the future of news, and new numbers out of China that show the Chinese economic slowdown is still occurring.


CDC: Ebola could infect 1.4 million in Liberia and Sierra Leone by end of January

Episode 293 – The Ebola Effect

WHO declares Public Health Emergency of International Concern

Stephen Morrison on what the WHO can do under PHEIC

Council of Europe condemns “unjustified scare” over swine flu

CNBC Viewership Plunges To 21 Year Lows

Gallup: Trust in Mass Media Returns to All-Time Low

China’s industrial output growth hits 6-year low

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  1. shopbruce says:

    re: Ebola

    Why does this ring so familiar in it’s “origins”, “beginning” and it’s “threat” as we saw in the “AIDs epidemic”, as well as “Swine Flu”, “Bird Flu” and so many other “health related” BS.

    Once again looks like a joint venture between big pharma (billions of dollars will move) and clandestine operations to reduce the world population and thus opening the door for “controls” to be put in place. The idea to continue to destabilize the world’s feeling of safety seems a basic objective.

    re: Who do you trust?

    Trust is a personal thing. What creates trust when it comes to world affairs is perfectly exemplified by your work James. Your are clear that you have read, examined, thought about and render your personal interpretation coupled with your always present links that you used allowing the listener/reader the ability to check for themselves to see if they agree with your stated opinion.

    So much better than the MSM reference of “trust us” we’ve got this information from unnamed high level government sources. Yeah! Duh?

    Your reporting keeps the “group” on their toes as you expose more and more questions concerning their underhanded and, sometimes, outright wrong reporting. Keep up the good work!

    btw: I not only remember Walter Cronkite but John Cameran Swazie before him. Those days are gone and MSM won’t be bringing that type of reporting back now that they’re lackies to the top 1%.

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