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Finance, Treasuries, Cyber Attacks, Labor Challenges, and More

From cyber attacks on the world’s largest bank to the U.S. Treasury’s bond market blues, we’re navigating a sea of financial turbulence. Add a dash of labor shortages and a sprinkle of geopolitical tension, and you’ve got today’s economic cocktail.

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In the realm of finance, the U.S. Treasury’s recent auction of 30-year bonds was met with a less than enthusiastic response, indicating a reluctance among investors to own long-dated government securities. This lackluster performance in the bond market was further underscored by Moody’s Investors Service changing its outlook on the U.S.’s credit rating from stable to negative, citing the federal deficit as a key driver behind the action.

Adding to the financial turbulence, the world’s largest bank, China’s ICBC, was hit by a cyber attack in the U.S., causing disruptions in treasury markets. This incident not only revealed the vulnerability of major financial institutions to cyber threats, but also highlighted underlying issues in the bond market, such as the absence of foreign buyers and the government’s rapid borrowing pace.

In the midst of these financial challenges, the U.S. is also grappling with a labor shortage as it attempts to ramp up manufacturing. This, coupled with the potential for multiple geopolitical conflicts, including tensions with China and Taiwan, adds another layer of complexity to the economic landscape.

On a different note, OffG Editor Kit Knightly recently joined Paul Brennan on Reality Check Radio, an independent station based in New Zealand, to discuss a range of topics including Israel, the Great Reset, and Climate Change. The conversation highlighted the interconnectedness of these issues, underscoring the need for a holistic approach to understanding and addressing global challenges.

In the realm of health, there are ongoing concerns about the legitimacy of clinical trials and the approval process for certain pharmaceutical products. These concerns stem from allegations of fraud and the perceived lack of transparency in the approval process. The implications of these allegations are far-reaching, potentially undermining public trust in the pharmaceutical industry and regulatory bodies.

Finally, in a thought-provoking discussion on Neo-Marxism and the end of language, Dr. Naomi Wolf explores how globalist oligarchs are targeting Western meaning. This exploration provides a unique perspective on the cultural shifts occurring in the modern world, and the potential implications for liberty, justice, and human rights.

In summary, the day’s news paints a picture of a world grappling with a myriad of challenges, from financial instability and cyber threats to health controversies and cultural shifts. As we navigate these complexities, the need for transparency, accountability, and thoughtful dialogue becomes increasingly apparent.

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China's ICBC, World's Largest Bank, Hit by Cyber Attack Disrupting US Treasury Markets

China’s ICBC, the world’s biggest bank, hit by a cyber attack that reportedly disrupted treasury markets in the US.

Source | Submitted by kathy10

US Treasury's Borrowing Needs and Bitcoin's Role in the Market Discussed

YouTube video

Source | Submitted by vtgothic

30-year Treasury auction goes sour, Moody's cuts U.S. credit rating

The Treasury’s auction of 30-year bonds on Thursday went about as badly as it could, indicating investors are reluctant to own long-dated government securities.

Source | Submitted by friedrichs_teeth

Neo-Marxism and the End of Language: How Globalist Oligarchs are Targeting Western Meaning

Neo-Marxism and the End of Language

Source | Submitted by nils-grimley

Evidence Suggests Poison-19 Approval and Clinical Trials Were a Sham

As we knew before, the ‘clinical trials’ were a sham and the BLA approval from the FDA is also a sham.

Source | Submitted by nils-grimley

OffG Editor Kit Knightly Discusses Israel, the Great Reset, and Climate Change on Reality Check Radio

OffG Editor Kit Knightly recently joined Paul Brennan, host of the Breakfast Show on Reality Check Radio, to talk Israel, the Great Reset, Climate Change…and how those subjects are linked.

Source | Submitted by nils-grimley

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