Trade War is Here: Some of the New “Facts of Life”

Maximilian C. Forte of Zero Anthropology explains how Trade War is Here: Some of the New “Facts of Life” are already not only visible but concern each and every country in the world. Trade War is Here: Some of the New “Facts of Life” In Madeleine Albright’s new book, dramatically titled Fascism: A Warning, she slams […]

Algeria’s Gold reserves virtually unchanged since 2008

Algeria’s gold reserves virtually unchanged since 2008, according to the World Gold Council report 2017 where it is shown that the gold reserves held by Algeria are 174 tonnes the World Gold Council, a very slight increase compared to the period 2008/2017. In several contributions on this subject between 2009 and 2017, I had estimated […]

The Rich and Wealthy do affect the Environment

The Authors in this article treat the issue of whether the Rich and Wealthy do affect the Environment generally, with a certain look, academic to say the least but still certainly not far from reality. My good friend and author of MENA-Forum Dr A. Mebtoul in his contribution of yesterday Energy revitalizing the Regions of the Mediterranean Basin was concerned about peoples of the Mediterranean getting together through power related energy resources exchanges between the two shores of the basin. Must we remind that the northern shore of this sea houses the highest concentration of the rich and the famous in the world? Rich and famous lifestyles are damaging the environment in untold ways To be rich is a thing that many in our society spend their whole lives striving for. Not having to worry about money and indeed, splashing it on designer clothes, chains of diamonds and private planes is seen by some to be the ultimate dream. But life like this comes at more of a cost than we realise. To coincide with the 2017 World Economic Forum, Oxfam published a new report, which claimed that the eight richest people in the world control the same wealth [. . .]