Alex Jones breaks down how the legislative branch is taking action where the FBI would not.
Where’s-It-Going-Wednesday with Andrew Hoffman:
Monday’s article – Treatise on Money Storage (are you protected?)
Tuesday’s article – Cartel on the Precipice (self-explanatory)
Today’s Audioblog – Is today the Fed’s “Jimmy Shaker Day?” (advocation of negative rates!)
Deutschebank stock plunging anew
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Debunking the Thomson Reuters GFMS Gold Survey 2016 report. New information provides a more detailed perspective on the Chinese domestic gold market.
In the Gold Survey 2016 report by GFMS that covers the global gold market for calendar year 2015 Chinese gold consumption was assessed at 867 tonnes. As Chinese wholesale demand, measured by withdrawals from Shanghai Gold Exchange designated vaults, accounted for 2,596 tonnes in 2015 the difference reached an extraordinary peak for the year. In an attempt to explain the 1,729 tonne gap GFMS presents three brand new (misleading) arguments in the Gold Survey 2016 and reused one old argument, while it abandoned five arguments previously put forward in Gold Survey reports and by GFMS employees at forums. Very few of all these arguments have ever proven to be valid, illustrated by the fact that GFMS perpetually keeps making up new ones, and thus gold investors around the world continue to be fooled about Chinese gold demand. For some reason GFMS is restrained in disclosing that any individual or institution in China can directly buy and withdraw gold at the Shanghai Gold Exchange, which is the most significant reason for the discrepancy in question.
Nick Giambruno: Hello, Doug. Today we’re talking about whether it’s actually possible to find freedom in an unfree world, to paraphrase the title of Harry Browne’s book.
You’ve spent most of your adult life looking for freedom. Your involvement with La Estancia de Cafayate in Argentina is part of that quest. The project started in earnest about 10 years ago. From your perspective, how’s it going?
Will Hungary be the next nation to exit the dysfunctional European Union? The question isn’t at all as far-fetched as it might seem. On October 2, voters in Hungary will participate in a nationwide referendum to vote whether they agree to the forced settlement of migrants in Hungary by the EU or not. It’s a major issue in Hungary, a land of proud and staunchly independent-minded people who have endured 150 years of Ottoman rule; wars with Habsburg Austria until the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867 created a peaceful coexistence under the dual Monarchy of Austria–Hungary. After that, Hungarians were subject to the Soviet Union since 1945, initially under the dreaded Mátyás Rákosi, until it became the first Warsaw Pact communist country to declare a constitutional republic in October, 1989 and open its borders to Austria, setting in motion the domino fall of East Germany and then of the entire Warsaw Pact and, ultimately, the Soviet Union. Like every nation, they have a very special history.
The vulnerability of global food production to extremes of weather is a profound reality that few grasp.
Given the current abundance of food globally, confidence in permanent food surpluses and low grain prices is high. Few worry that the present abundance of food could be temporary. But the global food supply is more fragile than we might think, despite historically low grain/agricultural commodity prices.
Both corn and wheat have plummeted in price due to current demand/supply:
As the saying goes, if her lips are moving, she is lying. Two key members of the House Oversight Committee and Judiciary Committee are revealing evidence taken directly from sworn testimony, from Hillary Clinton, which may lead to perjury charges against the presidential candidate.
There is a modern day, XYZ Affair brewing. If any of the big three is implicated in criminal activity related to the Clinton Foundation, the other two will be headed to prison as well. XYZ are Hillary Clinton, James Comey, and Loretta Lynch.
A SATELLITE FOR THE POST-SNOWDEN AGE
One Small Step for Quantum Science
The QUESS satellite is launched by a Long March-2D rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, along with the LX-1 research satellite (suspected to test near space operations) and a Spanish science satellite.
On August 16, 2016, China became the first country in the world to launch a quantum communications satellite, in what it hopes will be a key step to creating an unhackable communications system.