by Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars:
Was Hillary Clinton wearing an earpiece during last night’s presidential forum? That’s the latest question swirling around the Internet after pictures appeared to show Hillary with some kind of flesh-colored device embedded inside her ear.
Conservative actor James Woods drew attention the issue with the simple question, “Earpiece?” and a close up image of Hillary from last night’s forum.
"It's Bordering Chaos": $14 Billion In Cargo Stranded At Sea, Crews "Go Crazy" On Hanjin Ghost Ships
Jason Burack from WallstForMainst.com joins me to discuss the latest news from the world of finance and economics where a very dystopian reality is taking shape, a ‘global order’ in which there is no rule of law and no honest money.
We used to live in societies which observed the Rule of Law. Among the many great ironies and perversities of our social/legal devolution is this. Many of our fundamental principles of law (and justice) were such an integral part of our lives that they were taken for granted, and thus rarely discussed in explicit terms. Now, in the Corrupt West, many of these same principles of law/justice have been forgotten – seemingly erased by our lawless governments.
One of these elementary principles of law is the commercial doctrine of “consideration”. The premise and legal principle is a simple one. In order for any commercial transaction to be recognized as being legitimate (and thus legal), both parties to any transaction/contract have to derive some material benefit. In law; this material benefit is known by the name “consideration”. There must be consideration, on both sides of any/every commercial transaction.
Can the IMF now create a $100 Trillion credit facility and buy up all the garbage no-good debt from all the central banks around the world, roll it up, and price it all in these Special Drawing Rights? — Max Keiser
Yes, Virginia, apparently they can. And now perhaps we understand better WHY the Bankster Priesthood of the Federal Reserve seems to be so intent on destroying capital and blowing the nation’s debt bubble as far as it can go. Do you see it? The Fed knows that the ultimate Backstop is now geared up to ride to the rescue. The new SDR scheme is prepared to roll up all global debt as the IMF of the United Nations readies herself to give birth to a world reserve currency on steroids (to quote Dan Collins in the video below.)
A “Back Door” to Fiscal Union
The Apple Tax is about a lot more than just Apple and the billions of euros in backdated corporation tax it purportedly owes to European governments. It even goes far beyond the question of how — and how much — central authorities should tax recalcitrant multinationals that make billions of dollars in profits on their turf but share few or none of the proceeds.
What is most at stake is the question of who gets to set the fiscal rules in Europe’s foreseeable future. One thing is clear: if Brussels gets its way, it’s not going to be the national government of each member state. And that could be very bad news, at a very bad time, for a number of European economies, in particular Ireland, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands.
The Money GPS:
Japanese government officials have partnered with Niantic, the maker of the blockbuster smartphone game Pokemon Go, in an effort to try and draw tourists back into regions affected by the 2011 Fukushima nuclear meltdowns.
Niantic has agreed to highly appealing Pokemon Go attractions in the Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures, which were all affected by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. It has also agreed to do the same in Kumamoto prefecture, in the country’s south, which suffered from several large earthquakes in April.
In a few days it will be the 15th anniversary of 9/11, and this November 13 will be the 53rd anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas. These two state crimes against democracy destroyed American democracy, accountable government, and the Constitution’s protections of civil liberty.
Years after the damage done by these events the American people no longer believe the official stories. Neither does the government, but the government will never validate the distrust that Americans now share of the oligarchs’ government by acknowledging the truth.