by Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars:
Board-certified diagnostic radiologist Dr. Milton R. Wolf says that Hillary Clinton has a “serious underlying disease” that her campaign is hiding from the American people.
Wolf, a practicing physician in Kansas City, reached out to Infowars to question why Hillary is being given the blood thinner Coumadin, a drug used to prevent heart attacks, strokes, and blood clots in veins and arteries.
According to Wolf, “Hillary’s doctors know you would NEVER, NEVER give Coumadin to normal, healthy patients. It’s too dangerous,” and that this must mean, “her risk of morbidity/mortality from blood clots without Coumadin must be substantial.”
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Another Greenspan interview? Operation ‘restore reputation’ continues. His observations must concern Janet Yellen.
TND Editor’s Note: Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan played a leading role in creating the problems he now criticizes. Thankfully, history will remember Greenspan for all of his sins. But his warning is right on target. Bloomberg reports:
“I cannot perceive that we can maintain these levels of interest rates for very much longer,” he told former Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt in a Bloomberg Radio interview to be aired this weekend and next.
Gregory Mannarino checked out of Wall Street long ago. Now he’s based out of Las Vegas and still does his trading daily. He’s still amazed by the madness that passes for markets. Of there are no longer free markets, but that doesn’t stop him from profiting from what’s left. But it requires major discipline and nerves of steel. As well as regular purchases of precious metals. Definitely a prescription for the future.
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This U.S. Bank Is About to Relive the 2008 Derivatives Nightmare … Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB) – with its stock now trading at a 30-year low – was recently called the world’s riskiest financial institution by the International Monetary Fun … In a last-ditch effort to save itself, DB is trying to dump a bucket load of credit derivatives … You would think no one would buy these weapons of financial mass destruction… but you’d be wrong. – Money Morning (here)
The bank in talks to buy the Deutsche Bank derivatives is Citigroup Inc. according to this article. Well written and focused, it asks why Citi would buy more derivatives when last year Citi purchased $250 billion from Deutsche Bank.
The idea is that Wall Street is simply too greedy for its own good and that this greed can rob bankers of perspective.
Turkey will grant early release to 38,000 prisoners who committed crimes before 1 July, the government said on Wednesday, amid reports of prison overcrowding after the failed coup.
Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said in a series of messages on Twitter that the move was “not an amnesty” and the convicts were not being pardoned but released on parole.
All 38,000 will be released on Wednesday afternoon, according to reports in Turkey.
The releases will not apply to those guilty of murder, terrorism or state security crimes, or the thousands jailed after the putsch which took place on 15 July.
Despite all our similarities with Rome, and even equipped with our understanding of why Rome collapsed, we can’t avoid Rome’s fate just by trying to avoid Rome’s mistakes. Yes, we have an analogue of early Christianity chewing away at our civilization’s foundations. And yes, we have a virtual barbarian invasion to contend with. But there’s another factor, I think, that worked against the Romans and is working against us… one Gibbon didn’t consider.
We can’t evade the second law of thermodynamics, which holds that entropy conquers everything and that over time all systems degrade and wind down. And that the more complex a system becomes, the more energy it takes to maintain it. The larger and more complex, interconnected, and interdependent it becomes, the more prone it is to breakdown and catastrophic failure. That includes countries and civilizations.