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America Is On A Slippery Slope

Submitted by Alasdair Macleod via GoldMoney.com, It hadn’t happened before, at least not since US presidents started visiting foreign countries after the Second World War. In early September, when President Obama landed at Hangzhoi for the G-20 summit in early September, the CIA security men were told in no uncertain terms by the Chinese that they were not in charge of landing arrangements, and that the President would disembark by the rear exit.
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