Monday, August 29, 2016

HuffPo "Revoked Publishing Access" Of Journalist After 'Hillary Health' Story: "It's Orwellian...I'm Scared"

"I've honestly never seen anything like this.  It's frankly chilling.  I'm a little scared.  I'm doing this video also to say, I'm not suicidal right now; I am not a particularly clumsy person; I don't own a car at the moment.  So if I'm to slip in the shower over the next couple of days or something silly like that you have to really employ probability and statistics here." 

Former Clinton Global Initiative Moderator: Hillary is ‘Beholden to Scumbags’

from Sputnik News:
Journalist Adam Davidson who writes New York Magazine and hosts a show on NPR says the Clinton Foundation is “all about buying access” describing it as “gross.”
Appearing on this week’s “Slate Political Gabfest” podcast, journalist Adam Davidson who previously served as a moderator for the Clinton Global Initiative, the centerpiece of the Clinton Foundation, blasted the former Secretary of State and former US President for shamelessly using charity as a cover for a complex pay-to-play scheme.
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"Election Fraud Underway" - NBC Affiliate Posts "Election Results" For Florida Race That Hasn't Happened Yet

Republican candidate for Florida House District 86, Laurel Bennett, was a little surprised over the weekend to find that a local TV station was reporting her loss of a race that hadn't even yet occurred.

What The Media Did Not Report: Here Is The "Ignored" Part Of Kaepernick's Speech

"You have Hillary who has called black teens or black kids super predators... a presidential candidate who has deleted emails and done things illegally... That doesn’t make sense to me because if that was any other person you’d be in prison. So, what is this country really standing for?"

The "Devastating" Truth Behind America's Record Household Net Worth

American net worth just hit a record high $88 trillion, a number taken by the fawning media is evidence of how successful Obama's policies have been. However, when one looks beneath the surface, a "devastating" picture emerges: US inequality like no one has seen it before.

“Pure Liquidity”

by Bill Holter, JS Mineset, SGT Report:
The 2008 Great Financial Crisis came about because we began to hit “debt saturation” levels. The crisis was one of solvency but was attended to with added liquidity. Sovereign treasuries still had the ability to add debt to their balance sheets which was done in unprecedented amounts. Now, we are again bumping up against debt saturation levels as sovereign treasuries by and large have little room left to add more debt in efforts to reflate. The root problem of solvency was never addresses, only postponed to another day. That “day” seems to be in sight.
The Fed recently did a study concluding that a $4 trillion increase in their balance sheet should be enough to reverse a future recession. I would ask several questions: first, 2008 began as a downturn in real estate in the U.S. and quickly spread to financial asset prices and thus institutional balance sheets …
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As Vancouver's Housing Market Implodes, Furious Chinese Envoy Slams Real Estate Tax

China’s top envoy in British Columbia slammed the Canadian province’s new 15% tax on foreign home buyers, questioning the justification behind the hastily imposed measure. "Why a 15 percent tax? Why now? Why this rate? What’s the purpose? Will it work?" Liu Fei, China’s infuriated consul general in Vancouver.

Leaked Soros Document Calls For Regulating Internet To Favor 'Open Society' Supporters

Very soon, on October 1, 2016, much of the internet's governance will shift from the US authority (NTIA) to a nonprofit multi-stakeholder entity (ICANN). The Obama Administration says that the transition will have no practical effects on the internet's functioning or its users, but an internal proposed strategy from George Soros' Open Society Justice Initiative calls for international regulation of private actors’ decisions on “what information is taken off the Internet and what may remain," which should favor “those most supportive of open society.”

Chicago Records "Most Violent Month In 20 Years"

With 3 days left in the month, August 2016 is officially the deadliest day in Chicago in 20 years...

Japanese Government Now The Largest Shareholder Of 474 Big Companies

The two biggest buyers of Japan Inc. are flying blind and don’t care...

Will The Election Be Hacked: FBI Finds "Foreigners" Breached Two State Election Databases

With both political parties increasingly sensitive to allegations of electoral rigging in the upcoming presidential elections, whether due to direct manipulation of the counting process or as a result of "hacks" potentially leading to accusations of vote rigging by the losing candidate and their supporters, today's striking news that the FBI has evidence that hackers targeted two state election databases in recent weeks may be a harbinger of what is to come.

Gold - What Happens Next?

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Mike Maloney: "This Is The Peak"

"This is the peak – we have passed the peak of the bubble. It's now deflating. There is usually a little tiny roll over and then a huge crash. And the little tiny roll over is just starting right now. We are seeing it first in the top end (like luxury real estate), where the currency that was created by the central banks went to that 0.1% first. Within the next few years you are going to see probably the greatest crash in history. I have often said that the crisis of 2008 was just a speed bump on the way to the main event. We are in the process right now of seeing this unwind."

What Will Happen After November 8th?

"Trump supporters endure the abuse, endure the spittle, endure the shoves and punches, endure the theft of their possessions, and endure the damaged cars and the incessant harassment. For now, for the sake of their political movement and the candidacy of Donald Trump they do not strike back...But what happens after the election?"

How Many Monitors Does The Co-CEO Of The World's Biggest Hedge Fund Need

If you answered "at least 10", you are correct.

Hershey Plunges After Mondelez Pulls Offer To Buy Company

Three months after Mondelez shocked the world with the latest proposed mega-merger, when it offered $23 billion to acquire Pennsylvania's iconic Hershey, in a bid to make the world's biggest candy maker combining the candy industry’s second- and fifth-largest players by revenue, moments ago, the snack giant, which makes Oreo cookies and Cadbury chocolate bares, announced it was no longer pursuing the combination.

Smart Money Is Turning To METALS As Bankers Print — James Gowans


James Gowans the President and CEO of Arizona Mining joins us to discuss central bank money printing, the real risk of hyperinflation of the US Dollar as we’ve seen in Venezuela and the trend of big money moving into metals mining stocks, including Zinc mining companies like Arizona Mining. Jim explains that Zinc has actually outperformed gold and silver in 2016 rising more than 40% year-to-date, “A big move has begun,” Jim notes, “there’s something fundamentally wrong with the economy.”
The commodities are rising fast as the decades long bond market bubble begins to deflate. This is going to translate into much higher prices for the stuff people need.  Inflation… and ultimately hyperinflation as John Williams has predicted,  is looking increasingly likely.

The Darwin Awards for Nations

by Jeff Thomas, International Man:
The fellow in the photo above is taking a bit of a risk. If all does not go well for him, he may become a candidate for the annual Darwin Awards – an award given to those who have inadvertently taken themselves out of the gene pool.
Of course, Darwin’s premise was that, through natural selection, those who are born weaker, deformed, or otherwise less capable of survival are less likely to live long enough to procreate, thus assuring an ever-stronger, more adaptable species.
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Double Digit Inflation And The Rise of Gold

by Jim Rickards, DailyReckoning:
Double-digit inflation is a non-linear development. What I mean by that is, inflation doesn’t go simply from two percent, three percent, four, five, six. What happens is it’s really hard to get it from two to three, which is ultimately what the fed wants.
It’s proving extremely difficult just to get up to two. Personal consumption expenditures (PCE) is the core price deflator, which is what the fed looks at. Currently, it is at about 1.6, 1.7 percent, but it’s stuck there. It’s not going anywhere. The fed continues to try everything possible to get it to two with hopes to hit three. Where the problem arises is once you get to three, the next stop isn’t four, it’s eight, and then it goes to ten. In other words, there is a big jump.
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Fake Rally: The Final Piece of the Trap

by Jeff Nielson, Bullion Bulls:
For 6 ½ months; readers have been warned that the anemic advance in gold and silver prices over this period of time was/is a Fake Rally. The arguments in favor of this conclusion are almost too numerous to list.
a) Gold and silver are currently undervalued by roughly an order of magnitude, and in the case of silver, closer to two orders of magnitude. In any legitimate rally, the upward slope in prices would have been much, much steeper.
b) In a legitimate rally, silver always outperforms gold. Yet despite silver being undervalued versus gold by roughly an order of magnitude, the price of silver lagged the price of gold originally, and has barely kept pace throughout this sluggish “rally”.
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Price Targets for Gold & Silver to Moonshot, FED Failure & Clinton Soros Ties – @TraderStef

from CrushTheStreet:

Red Ponzi Ticking—-China And The Dark Side Of The Global Bubble, Part 1

by David Stockman, David Stockman’s Contra Corner:
…..Donald Trump is absolutely correct that China is a great economic menace. But that’s not owing to incompetence at the State and Commerce Departments or USTR in cutting bad trade deals.
Nor is it even primarily due to the fact that China egregiously manipulates it currency, massively subsidizes its exports, wantonly steals technology, chronically infringes patents and hacks propriety business information like there is no tomorrow.
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Jackson Hole Saturday, When the Real Hyperinflationary Fireworks Occurred

by Andy Hoffman, Miles Franklin:
Pardon me if this article starts out a bit disjointed, as I accidentally erased the notes I took last night, amidst the 155th “Sunday Night Sentiment” attack of the past 161 weekends. And afterwards, the 689th “2:15 AM” raid of the past 793 trading days, which I was able to document in real-time because someone called me at 3:00 AM, acting surprised that I wasn’t on “European time.” I mean, do I have a French, German, or British accent?
Thankfully, the amount of notes was minimal, as amidst the “summer doldrums,” trading volumes are exceptionally low – with “volatility” at 20-year lows, care of the most maniacal, relentless market manipulation in global history.
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Loose Monetary Policy and Social Inequality

by Claudio Grass, Acting Man:
The Rationale for Interventionism
It has been almost eight years since former U.S. President George W. Bush warned the world that “without immediate action by Congress, America could slip into a financial panic and a distressing scenario would unfold.”
The government’s response to the crisis was a USD700 billion rescue package that was supposed to prevent U.S. banks from collapsing and encourage them to resume lending, which was soon to be followed by a series of Quantitative Easing (QE) packages injecting money into the economy.
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DHS Prepares for A Nuclear Event with Huge Order of Radiation Detectors

from Dahboo7:

It’s Time To Imagine A Post-Police World … Here’s Why Abolishing The Police Is Not A Crazy Idea

by Claire Bernish, Activist Post:
Are police necessary? Although this existential question often produces a knee-jerk ‘of course they are, who would protect us?’ a growing call for the abolition of police — and working examples to back it up — deserves more than scornful dismissal, particularly amid epidemic-level violence by agents of the State.
Police are under no obligation to protect the public they putatively serve — a series of state and Supreme Court decisions stretching back more than three decades indisputably establish this fact — so the lingering question, ‘who will protect us?’ is of no consequence to the case for dismantling every police department in the nation.
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What Life Will Be Like After an Economic Collapse

by Megan Stewart, Survival Sullivan:
If you have been waiting for a public announcement or news headline to let you know that an economic collapse has begun, you are in for the surprise of your life. If history in other countries and in Detroit, Michigan is any indication, there won’t be an announcement. An economic collapse tends to sneak up on a city, region, or country gradually over time. In some cases, the arrival of an economic collapse is so gradual that most people living in it aren’t even aware of it at first.
Things just get gradually worse, often so gradually that people and families adjust as best they can until one day they actually realize that it’s not just their home or their neighborhood that has been hit so hard financially, it’s everyone. By that time, it’s often too late to take preventative action.
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