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link2source – DECEMBER 15, 2022 NEWS ROUNDUP
link2source – Boots on the Ground…Dec. 16th… Work hours being reduced and people are getting laid off.
link2source – Charles Nenner: Inflation, War and Precious Metals All Set to Accelerate Next Year – “Inflationary period will take at least 30 years.” – Not Investment Advice
link2source – Rogue News: V is for Veles – Veles & CJ
link2source – Bleeding Kansas (The Kansas-Nebraska Act and Its Consequences)
link2source – * Russia fires 72 missiles at Ukraine today. – 12-16-2022 – Zaluzhny; Russia wants Kiev, Ukraine needs weapons to take Crimea. Elensky curse hits Slovakia. U/1 – Alex Christoforou
link2source – * Push-Poll Results * ON THE ORANGE MAN BAD GOP POLL ASTROTURF – Lopsided Result – ADDED 12-16-2022
Act of Settlement 1701 – “The Act of Settlement is an Act of the Parliament of England that settled the succession to the English and Irish crowns to only Protestants, which passed in 1701.[b]” – Wikipedia contributors. (2022, December 1). Act of Settlement 1701. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 13:23, December 16, 2022
link2source – Rogue News: FED Insolvent?, Monetary Mayhem & End Game – Transmitted 12-15-2022
There are two principal monetary provisions in the American Constitution. Taken together they make clear the intent of that document’s Framers. –
Article I, section 8 states: “ The Congress shall have Power…To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof… ” The repeated misinterpretation of this clause has enabled it to be misused and abused. There exists a widely accepted but horribly erroneous notion that this clause empowers Congress to make the dollar whatever it decides the ‘dollar’ to be, but the Framers intended something entirely different. To them ‘ regulate ‘ meant the occasional adjustment of the ratio between gold and silver so as to keep the exchange rate of these two monetary metals consistent with their prevailing supply and demand. It clearly did not mean any extension of power to Congress to create a fiat currency not backed by silver or gold, like the dollar as it presently exists. –
Then Article I, section 10 states: “ No State shall…make any Thing but gold or silver Coin a Tender in Payment of debts. ” The meaning of this provision is self-evident. Given the monetary abuses perpetrated by the states, both as a colonial government and under the confederation, the Framers intended that the states be subject to the requirement of fair and just compensation in the repayment of their own debts.”link2source – http://www.uscivilflags.org/articles-nhsoundmoney.html
link2source – http://www.uscivilflags.org/articles-nhsoundmoney.html
link2source – * Bidenomics * The game has changed.
link2source – Deflation is Here and How It Will Rip Apart The Economy – La deflación está aquí y cómo destrozará la economía
link2source – Financial Engineering Definition, How It’s Used, Types, Critique – By – ALICIA TUOVILA – Updated May 08, 2022 – Reviewed by – CHARLES POTTERS
Culture, Politics, and Patronage (in Washington, D.C.)
link2source – Street Battles in Bakhmut Russia Siege Tightens, US/UK Claim Russia out of Ammo, Putin Prepares Plan – Alexander Mercouris * Volodymyr Zelenskyy *
link2source – https://www.rt.com/russia/568218-kiev-drone-attack-government/ – Government offices in Kiev hit by drones – officials – “The capital sustained two waves of Russian aerial attacks, the deputy head of the Ukrainian president’s office said” – “La capital sostuvo dos oleadas de ataques aéreos rusos, dijo el subdirector de la oficina del presidente ucraniano.”
Battle of Stalingrad – “The Battle of Stalingrad (23 August 1942 – 2 February 1943) was a major battle on the Eastern Front of World War II where Nazi Germany and its allies unsuccessfully fought the Soviet Union for control of the city of Stalingrad (later renamed to Volgograd) in Southern Russia.” – Wikipedia contributors. (2022, December 9). Battle of Stalingrad. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 20:53, December 15, 2022 – link2map – Case Blue: German advances from 7 May 1942 to 18 November 1942 to 7 July 1942 to 22 July 1942 to 1 August 1942 to 18 November 1942
link2source – https://www.mikereports.org/post/the-siege-of-bakhmut – “Matched only by the Siege of Mariupol in its sheer brutality and casualty count, the fight over the otherwise small and unassuming city of Bakhmut may be one of the largest and most prolonged urban assaults of the war.” – “Igualado solo por el sitio de Mariupol en su absoluta brutalidad y número de bajas, la lucha por la pequeña y modesta ciudad de Bakhmut puede ser uno de los mayores y más prolongados ataques urbanos de la guerra.”
link2source – * From Proxy War to Actual War * Col Douglas Macgregor: Ukraine War Deceit & Denial Proxy War! * Imperial Court System – * “Stop Refighting World War II” * “The fall of the Soviet Union took away the countervailing force that stayed our hand.” – “The existential question are here at home and not over seas.”
NOTES: Court And Courtiers – “COURT AND COURTIERS. The royal and princely courts of early modern Europe were important centers of culture, politics, and patronage.” – https://www.encyclopedia.com/history/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/court-and-courtiers – “Italy was the first European country in which life at court was systematically analyzed and where a whole series of books of advice for the future courtier was published.” FROM: THE COURTIER AND THE NEW CODE OF CIVILITY
Baldassarre Castiglione – “Baldassarre , Baldassar , or Baldesar Castiglione ( Casatico , 6 December 1478 – Toledo , 8 February 1529 ) was an Italian humanist , man of letters , diplomat and soldier , in the service of the State of the Church , the Marquisate of Mantua and the Duchy of Urbino .” – Baldassarre Castiglione. (May 23, 2022). Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia . Taken on December 15, 2022, 19:58 from //it.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Baldassarre_Castiglione&oldid=127485897.
link2source – https://dbpedia.org/page/Baldassare_Castiglione – “Baldassare Castiglione, Count of Casatico (Italian: [baldasˈsaːre kastiʎˈʎoːne]; December 6, 1478 – February 2, 1529), was an Italian courtier, diplomat, soldier and a prominent Renaissance author.” – “Castiglione wrote Il Cortegiano or The Book of the Courtier, a courtesy book dealing with questions of the etiquette and morality of the courtier. It was very influential in 16th-century European court circles.”
link2source – http://www.ourfreetime.it/baldassarre-castiglione/
link2source – https://www.arte.it/opera/ritratto-di-baldassarre-castiglione-7081 – “The Portrait of Baldassarre Castiglione is an oil painting on canvas by Raffaello Sanzio, created between 1514 and 1515 and is part of the collection of Italian paintings of the Louvre Museum in Paris.” – “Baldassarre Castiglione was an Italian humanist, man of letters, diplomat and military, in the service of the State of the Church, of the Marquisate of Mantua and of the Duchy of Urbino.”
link2source – The Book of the Courtier (Castiglione’s Guide for the Renaissance Man) * Youtube VIDEO *
link2source – https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/humanism-civic/ – “[civic humanism] refers to a group of thinkers who emerged during the period of the Italian Renaissance, especially in Florence, and who were committed to public engagement (in theory as well as practice) and whose values were fundamentally antithetical to the medieval past.”
link2source – Napoleonic Wars 1809 – 14: Downfall
link2source – british battles DOT com – Peninsular War – Battle of Talavera – “The British victory south of Madrid on 28th July 1809 over Joseph Bonaparte, the King imposed on Spain by Napoleon, and his French army in the Peninsular War“
The encounter between the Dutch and British fleets during the journey of the Dutch flotilla to Boulogne, 1804
Martinus Schouman (1770– 1848) was a 19th-century painter from the Northern Netherlands.
link2source – https://morewalkingportugalandspain.blogspot.com/2009/09/lines-of-torres-vedras.html – “The Lines of Torres were built entirely by Portuguese labour but supervised by 18 British engineer staff. Every possible obstacle was constructed, using natural features where possible.”
Napoleonic Wars – “The Napoleonic Wars (1803–1815) were a series of major global conflicts pitting the French Empire and its allies, led by Napoleon I, against a fluctuating array of European states formed into various coalitions.” – Wikipedia contributors. (2022, December 12). Napoleonic Wars. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 22:12, December 15, 2022