Monthly Archives: June 2018

The ship tycoon, the con men and a €100m scam

When fraudsters embarked on an elaborate sting, they made one big miscalculation: their victim. Finally, the FT has done some brilliant journalism, chasing down a scam, its perpetrators and the victim who fought back. Read the main story here in … Continue reading

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“CRIM-ITALIE” – Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini Wants to Make Italy Great Again

“CRIM-ITALIE” – Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini Wants to Make Italy Great Again Guest post by: Dr.Theodore Roosevelt Malloch CEO Roosevelt Global Fiduciary Governance Limited Italy and crime too often go together – sort of like spaghetti and meatballs. L’hai … Continue reading

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Donald Trump’s Vision of a New World Order

Those in the Media are getting Donald Trump all Wrong. They think he ran for President because he wanted to be popular, make billions of dollars, be respected in the political environment, and simply continue with his high profile business … Continue reading

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Reaching Canada’s G7 summit

Editorial by the Nation Newspaper of Canada June 6th, 2018 As leaders come together in Charlevoix, Quebec, Open Canada takes a look at the world’s most intimate summit, with views from those who’ve had a seat at the table. Later … Continue reading

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Scotland and Britain ‘cannot be mistaken for each other’

In the decades I spent living in England or abroad, I was often struck by the unconscious way my English friends fused what seemed to me to be two quite distinct identities – English and British. They used the terms … Continue reading

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Tracking America in the age of Trump

Eleven measures that take the temperature of Donald Trump’s America: Everything is better under Trump. His ability to reduce Government Debt is the only thing still out of control. It will take his full term as President to fix that. … Continue reading

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Why Justin Trudeau wants to keep Trans Mountain expansion alive: Boosting pipeline’s capacity is key to Canadian premier’s energy and climate strategy

I worked with Pierre (senior) Trudeau back in the 1970’s. Petro Canada was promoted by him to gain control over Canadian resources: mineral, hydro carbon and water. The vast majority of those resources were held by foreign investors, notably Americans. … Continue reading

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