from The Money GPS:
Angry Dems File DOJ Complaint Against "On The Side Of Putin" Comey For "Interfering In Presidential Election"
He should have read "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand...Same Old Shit...Different Day...
"Who is John Galt"...
Only if you let them...
Filed under I'll believe it when i see it...
FBI Director James Comey has caved to the pressure of public opinion, new email evidence from Wikileaks, and from his own outraged employees at the FBI, and he has re-opened the CRIMINAL investigation of Hilary Clinton. With less than two weeks until the election it would seem that Hilary is more likely to enter a prison cell than the Oval office.
Hillary FBI Director James Comey in a surprising letter to Congress laid out the vague details of the possibility of reopening the investigation into newly discovered Clinton emails from her National Security threatening personal email server.
The letter addressed to a swathe of Congressional Chairmen read:
“In previous congressional testimony, I referred to the fact that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had completed its investigation of former Secretary Clinton’s personal email server. Due to recent developments, I am writing to supplement my previous testimony.”
Vladimir Putin made headlines yesterday by asking a very simple question:
“What, is America now a banana republic?”
It was a rhetorical question. Putin thinks the answer is an obvious “no.”
He was merely responding to “hysteria” about Russia being able to influence the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.
But is the thought of America as a banana republic so far-fetched?
There is little doubt that the rapid expansion of both dollar-denominated debt and monetary quantities since the financial crisis will lead us into a currency crisis.
We just don’t know when, and the dollar is not alone. All the major paper currencies have been massively inflated in recent years. With the dollar acting as the world’s reserve currency, where the dollar goes, so do all the other fiat monies. Until that cataclysmic event, we watch currencies behave in increasingly unexpected, seemingly irrational ways. The fundamentals for Japan are not good, yet the yen remains the strongest currency of the big four. The Eurozone risks a systemic collapse, overwhelmed by political and financial headwinds, yet the euro’s exchange rate has proved relatively impervious to this deep uncertainty. The British economy is strongest, yet sterling is the weakest of the four majors.
The FBI has reopened their investigation of Hillary Clinton after discovering new information on the electronic devices of Anthony Weiner. Could this be the end of Hillary’s campaign or is it a distraction to draw attention from more serious crimes and corruption within our government?
As the gold market takes a break in its journey to much higher levels, it is good to step back a bit and understand why gold has appreciated so dramatically in the last 100 years and why this will continue for many years to come.
Most people have no idea what money is. They believe that if they have 100 dollars or euros, that this represents real value as well as durability. Few people realise that their currency which they call money has nothing to do with real money at all. All paper currencies are ephemeral and return to their intrinsic value of zero. This is because reckless governments cling on to power by printing or borrowing endless amounts of fiat money in the hope that they will placate the people and buy votes. Fiat money as the name indicates, can never be real money. It is issued by edict and is not backed by anything but debt and liabilities.
By now, everyone on planet earth has heard about the bombshell news just announced by the FBI that it was re-opening its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server. Here’s the text of FBI head James Comey’s letter to Congressional leaders.
Obviously, lots of people are out there pontificating on what, if anything, this means. As such, I’m going to add my two cents to the conversation.
According to the account released by the Pentagon to NBC News, the Russian jet that disturbed a U.S. plane with its jet wash was escorting a Russian Air Force spy plane (a TU-214R?) over northwestern Syria. While the Pentagon account casts aspersions on the Russians professionalism by claiming that the Kheimmim delegation admitted over the ‘deconfliction’ hot line set up last October that the Russian pilot didn’t see his American counterpart in the dark, the question remains why the U.S. jet got so close to a big radar target like a TU-214R or A-50 AWACS aircraft in the first place. Furthermore, the fact that this latest close call occurred not over northwestern Syria which is in close proximity both to the Russian base at Kheimmim/Latakia and the American base at Incirlik in Turkey, but over eastern Syria raises some awkward questions.