Opinion – Death rate is rising for middle-aged white Americans – MarketWatch – John Gelmini


Obama has presided over a series of decisions which have impoverished middle-class Americans, with no credible plans to address the effects of automation, AI, nanotechnology, robotics, cybernetics, 3D printing, outsourcing and offshoring.

Dr Alf has identified with forensic precision the continued failures of this vain and capricious man, who through NLP and subterfuge, tricked his way into the White House, by pretending to offer “hope and change”.

It is well-known that Obama has not improved the lot of America’s blacks but is now quite shocking how America’s whites have suffered too – this not opinion, it’s evidence-based.

Donald Trump has tapped into the mood of disillusionment that people feel but others by simply turning to drink, drugs and comfort-eating have lost help and are intent on killing themselves through self-indulgence.

In the end, Obama will ride off into the sunset, with his plutocratic friends on his golf buggy and get richer by the second, whilst too many of his countrymen will have to live with his incompetence until the day they die.

Look around you, surely you agree that the world is a more dangerous place because of Obama’s foreign policy blunders?

Wake-up America! There’s an alternative to the Obama legacy.

John Gelmini

Magnificent Mumbai India – Our Kind of Town – Part 2

Looking back, this is worth a read. It’s one of our most popular travel blogs

Slow Travel in Distant Places

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English: The Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai, India. English: The Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai, India. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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After a lovely weekend in Mumbai, we spent Monday and Tuesday seriously exploring the city.

We started Monday morning, with a charming female guide, and our regular driver, for a formal half day of sight-seeing.  As we left our hotel, we drove along Marine Drive, the famous, spectacular, multi-lane road, overlooking the curved bay and the Arabian Sea. We left Nariman Point, location of our hotel, passed Chowpatty beach to the other extreme of Marine Drive, Malabar Hill. Marine Drive is Mumbai’s most famous boulevard, and at night the bay has dramatic streetlights, nicknamed…

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