Rudy Haugeneder comments

Posted in: China's rich seek shelter from stock market storm in foreign property See in context

With wealthy Chinese on the financial run, can a significant economic depression be far behind -- not only in Asia but worldwide. History shows it is likely because that's just the way the Business Cycle operates, and has always operated, and this time is no different.

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Posted in: Colossal volcanic eruption could destroy Japan: study See in context

Yellowstone in the United States will pop before Japan's next super volcano. Lesser volcanoes like Mt. Baker and Mt. Rainer in the American Pacific northwest are due sometime from now through the next century. And there are dozens more large so-called dormant mountains around the world. Something is going to pop within the next decade, wrecking a lot of modernity.

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Posted in: U.S. general: Most East China Sea interactions safe See in context

As the world's #2 technological power -- something that the Americans and Europeans tend to forget now that S. Korea and China are big manufacturers and innovators -- Japan's military power rebirth efforts are likely to force dramatic Pacific and worldwide changes in modern weaponry, including and especially cyberwar, in ways not currently foreseen or planned for and which don't require large armies, navies, and air forces to expand Japan's might. 
It is fair to assume Japanese leader Abe is first of a series of new Japanese political leaders who envision the Rising Sun flag again being a superior military power to be reckoned with -- without any of the huge national concentration camp guilt that prevents Germany from doing the same.

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Posted in: Abe, Putin to meet on APEC sidelines in November See in context

As the world's #2 technological power -- something that is often forgotten now that S. Korea and China are big manufacturers and innovators -- Japan's military power rebirth efforts are likely to force dramatic Pacific and worldwide changes in modern weaponry, including and especially cyberwar, in ways not currently foreseen or planned for and which don't require large armies, navies, and air forces to expand Japan's might. It is fair to assume the current Japanese leader Abe is first of a series of new Japanese leaders who envision the Rising Sun flag again being a superior military power to be reckoned with -- without any of the huge national concentration camp guilt that prevents Germany from doing the same.

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Posted in: Mass grave found near Mexico town hit by violence See in context

If these innocent dead students had been American, the United States would likely invade Mexico and slaughter those suspected of killing them. But they weren't and so it doesn't matter to Americans, even though the drug cartels and their corrupt political cronies are likely to blame for the mass murder -- cartels and their allies who supply American and Canadian street drug users, including judges, lawyers, cops, and politicians, church leaders, children and so-call ordinary folks, with the street drugs they crave, no matter how many tens of thousands of Mexicans are brutally tortured and murdered. Absolutely disgusting.

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