Trump should win the election hands down. However, he won’t and it is going to be close.
Last night, my wife asked me “Who in their right mind could vote for Hillary Clinton, she is pure evil?” The answer to that question is nobody, unless that nobody can’t or won’t support themselves and they need your money and the power of the government to keep supporting them. Basically, there are six groups that will vote for Hillary. Some are rich, but more are poor beyond poor.
The Alex Jones Channel:
The state department’s release of Hillary emails may be over, but that of Wikileaks is just starting.
ulian Assange’s whistleblower organization just released over 19,000 emails and more than 8,000 attachments from the Democratic National Committee. This is part one of their new Hillary Leaks series, Wikileaks said in press release. To wit:
from The Moscow Times:
Russian jets last month attacked a base in Syria used by U.S. and British forces, the Interfax news agency reported Friday, citing an unidentified military-diplomatic source in Moscow.
The Wall Street Journal also reported on Friday that Russia’s air force had attacked the garrison of At-Tanf near the Jordanian border, which has been used by U.S. and British special forces as well as the Syrian opposition. A contingency of around 20 British troops had left less than 24 hours before the attack, the newspaper claimed.
To begin with, this statement by the Bank of Japan’s Kuroda validates my blog post yesterday about Japan’s monetary pivot to gold and to the east: “no need and no possibility for helicopter money.”
My best guess is that the only productive activity for Bernanke on his last trip to Japan was eating blowfish sushi and hitting the teenage stripper establishments.
The manipulators are making it easier for us to accumulate gold at a cheap price. I moved money from my fiat checking account into Bitgold every day this week and twice yesterday. I managed to catch what looks like the low of this latest manipulated pullback. Every time they hit gold I buy.
Like the Romans, we’re supposedly ruled by laws, not by men. In Rome, the law started with the 12 Tablets in 451 BCE, with few dictates and simple enough to be inscribed on bronze for all to see. A separate body of common law developed from trials, held sometimes in the Forum, sometimes in the Senate.
When the law was short and simple, the saying “Ignorantia juris non excusat” (ignorance of the law is no excuse) made sense. But as the government and its legislation became more ponderous, the saying became increasingly ridiculous. Eventually, under Diocletian, law became completely arbitrary, with everything done by the emperor’s decrees—we call them Executive Orders today.
I’ve mentioned Diocletian several times already. It’s true that his draconian measures held the Empire together, but it was a matter of destroying Rome in order to save it. As in the U.S., in Rome statute and common law gradually devolved into a maze of bureaucratic rules.
On Wednesday, I was contacted by someone on an ISIS kill list. Of course there are probably lots of people out there that believe that “ISIS is after them”, but this particular individual and his wife were actually told that they are on an ISIS kill list by the FBI. Not only are they on the list, but so is their pastor. It turns out that ISIS has apparently been pulling names off of church directories on the Internet, and so now an entire church has ended up on an ISIS kill list. In the past perhaps many of us would have been less alarmed by this, but the attacks in Orlando, Dallas, Nice, and Baton Rouge are all still fresh in our minds. Innocent people are being targeted and killed just to make a statement, and nobody knows who will be next.
I would like to share with you a short excerpt from the email that was sent to me. Names and locations have been removed to protect the identity of the individual and his church…