Doug Casey on Why the 2020s Will Likely Be the Most Turbulent Decade in 250 Years

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News Story Source: LewRockwell.com – Doug Casey
You recently traveled internationally. How did it go?

Doug Casey: I've been stuck in the backward but pleasant and peaceful little country of Uruguay for the last seven months. The lockdown in Uruguay wasn't nearly as severe as other countries in Latin America, but it was nonetheless impossible to come or go from the place.

I recently returned to Aspen. Bad timing, because it's the fall and getting cold here in the mountains.

I took a COPA flight, business class, from Montevideo to Miami via Panama City. American Airlines and United usually fly direct to Miami or New York. But not now. Maybe because there's not enough traffic, international flights are down at least 80–90%. Or maybe just because they're bankrupt.

One of the first inconveniences you notice is that they no longer have proper earphones in business class. All they give you is little earplugs, which make it hard to hear the movie over the rush of the wind and the engines; on American, o
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