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Demographic Shock Ground Zero: Japan Births Drop Below Million For The First Time On Record

While the US is finally starting to feel the social, political and economic hit from an aging population, nowhere is the demographic impact more visible than in what is the epicenter of the developed world's demographic problems: Japan. It is here that according to the latest government data, the number of births in Japan is likely to fall below a million this year for the first time since data became available in 1899.

China Shows Off Aircraft Carrier Drills, To Sail Into Contested South China Sea

China's military showed off on Saturday its first aircraft carrier group conducting a series of previously unannounced fighter launch, recovery and air combat exercises in the Yellow Sea. Additionally, the defense ministry hinted that the group "will conduct scheduled cross-sea training and tests", wording that has prompted speculation that the warships would next sail to the contested South China Sea.

Dave Collum's 2016 Year In Review - "And Then Things Got Really Weird..."

"Markets don’t have a purpose any more - they just reflect whatever central planners want them to. Why wouldn’t it lead to the biggest collapse? My strategy doesn’t require that I’m right about the likelihood of that scenario. Logic dictates to me that it’s inevitable..."

Big Lies Repeated

"...when one lies, one should lie big, and stick to it... then keep up the lies, even at the risk of looking ridiculous..." Not much has changed on the propaganda front in seventy-five years, and the evil Goebbels would feel at ease with modern developments as regards the Western Establishment’s campaign against President Putin and soon-to-be President Trump.

Merkel Government Still In Denial

The police union in the German state of Thuringia issued an open letter to the state's Interior Minister, describing the crumbling law-and-order situation amid the rising migrant crime: "[You] are abandoning us completely helpless to a superior force... But what changes? Nothing. One instead gets a sense of uninterest." Meanwhile, representatives of Arab community were reported telling the police in Ruhr, "The police will not win a war with us because we are too many."

Google Sued By Employee For Illegally Muzzling Workers

A lawsuit has been filed against Google by one of its employees alleging the company's policies improperly muzzled workers. The case was filed by Google product manager identified only as “John Doe,” who says he was falsely accused by a Google manager of ‘‘leaking” information to the press.