Author: Iain Davis

Iain Davis is a freelance writer and investigative journalist from the UK. Iain's work covers a wide range of topics focusing upon the evidence that isn't commonly discussed in the mainstream media. You can read more of his work on his website HERE and on his Substack HERE. Iain's work can also be found on Unlimited Hangout and UK Column.

Some strongly argue that to criticise China’s government is simply to engage in anti-China propaganda. They call such criticisms “disinformation” or even evidence of outright Sinophobia. If you ever point out what an appalling concept China’s Social Credit System is, you may be accused of supporting NATO, of promoting “the international rules based system,” of peddling Sinophobic “hate speech” or similar nonsense. These arguments are no more cogent than an allegation that your expressed distaste for Coke logically implies that you avidly promote Pepsi. The term for such rebuttals is “fallacious non sequitur.” Yet perhaps we can understand how these…

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We are about to be propelled into a global economy with a Synthetic Hegemonic Currency (SHC). In Part 2 of this two-part investigation, we will define the SHC and explore how we have been moved inexorably toward its imminent rollout. In Part 1 we discussed the idea of a Synthetic Hegemonic Currency (SHC), first presented by then-Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney at the G7 central bankers symposium at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in August 2019. The ultimate objective, outlined by Carney, was to “end the malign neglect of the IMFS [International Monetary and Financial System] and build a…

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We are about to be propelled into a global economy with a Synthetic Hegemonic Currency (SHC). Major geopolitical, financial and economic events have been exploited in order to establish the SHC. It is intended as the foundation of a new multipolar International Monetary and Financial System (IMFS). Some have suggested that the war in Ukraine has reignited international political realism. Whether this is true or not, there has been a re-emerging focus on geopolitics, spotlighting the growing confrontations between nation-states. But while antagonisms among nations are evident, we must keep in mind that these international conflicts are set within the…

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Silicon Valley Bank recently collapsed largely due to the deliberate actions of the US Federal Reserve bank (the Fed) and the conduct of venture capitalist funds. The Fed and leading investors have seemingly risked destabilising the entire global economy. The question is why? Knowing full well that the US banking sector is bankrupt, instead of continuing with the monetary life support that has kept the system afloat for the last two decades or more, the Fed changed tack and precipitated the collapse of SVB and other similarly exposed banks. In doing so the Fed exposed the truth. The US banking…

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