Friday, October 21, 2016

Head Of Democratic Party Makes Stunning Admission: "The People Are In Despair About How Things Are"

“I think people are more in despair about how things are - yes new jobs but they are low wage jobs... HOUSING is a huge issue. Most people pay half of what they make to rent,”

WIKILEAKS: Hillary Took Algeria Off Terror Watch List After Donation to Clinton Foundation

by Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:
A new Wikileaks document reveals Hillary took Algeria off the US terror watch list after they made a hefty donation to the Clinton Foundation’s Haiti relief project.
How is that legal?
The Clinton camp was discussing Joe Scarborough’s discussion on the Algerian donations to the Clinton Foundation. The Clinton advisors defended the move in the email saying it’s “legal gray area.”
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Wikileaks Releases Part 14 Of Podesta Emails Bringing Total To 25,000; Exposes Soros' Contact Info

Wikileaks just does not stop. One day after dumping over 3,000 emails in its 13th release, WikiLeaks has just released a new batch of emails from Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta.  The latest tranche amounts to 1,577 mails, bringing the total released so far to 25,000, or half of the total amount Wikileaks has vowed to release through the election.

Wikileaks Taunts Democrats, Tweets "It Has A Surprise In Store" For Tim Kaine And Donna Brazile

Hillary's Source At The State Department Revealed In Leaked Podesta Email

"A current A/S told me privately that it is a FACT that more of HRCs emails were preserved through her system than if she had used the State dept.'s. I asked if he would say it publicly, and he said he believes the press office is working on something."

He's 100% correct...But the ignorant SHEEPLEZ refuse to spend  5 minutes seeking the facts...

Assange Lashes Out At America: "Rigged Primary, Rigged Media, Rigged Candidate"

"Rigged primary, rigged media and rigged 'pied piper' candidate drive consolidation."

CNN Anchors Surrounded by a Sea of Trump Supporters, Live on Air, Hilarity Ensues – Nathan McDonald

by Nathan McDonald, Sprott Money:
In this hilarious video, you witness one of the great trollings of our time. CNN is live on air, preparing their audience for the third and final debate before the presidential elections in 2016.
Hilariously, there is not a Hillary Clinton sign, nor a supporter in sight. The network and its crew are literally surrounded by a sea of Trump signs. The looks on their faces and how uncomfortable they are is priceless.
The fact is, Trump supporters are coming out in record numbers and are incredibly enthusiastic. On the other hand, Hillary has almost no REAL support. This is what is called a suppressed voter base, and is going to be one of the main reasons why she loses on November 8th.
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Police Dept Busted For Contest To See Who Could Extort The Most Drivers And Arrest The Most People

by Claire Bernish, Activist Post:
Effectively annihilating law enforcement claims writing tickets and arresting people are matters of public safety, a Florida police department has been caught red-handed holding a contest offering a “reward” to the officer who generated the most citations and arrests.
Last month, as an internal memo obtained by Channel 9 revealed, the Winter Springs Police Department held this reward-based citation-production contest, likely to generate a bit of extra revenue by commandeering people as often as possible through legal state extortion.
Winter Springs police insisted in a statement to Channel 9 the memorandum was “meant to promote teamwork and camaraderie,” and should not be equated with any sort of “quota” system.
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5 Actions to Take Before the Debt Apocalypse – Nomi Prins

by Nomi Prins, DailyReckoning:
As mentioned in my earlier piece Four Horses Of The U.S. Debt Apocalypse, understanding how the debt systems are connected means that you can not only survive the looming threat crisis, but also take steps to avoid the fallout and come out ahead.
Here are the five practical actions you can take now to shore up your own finances. I would classify these as actions for the risk-averse. Using these steps, you can beat banks at their own game, be proactively defensive and save money, regardless of rate hikes.
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Germans Are Leaving Germany 'In Droves'

"We refugees... do not want to live in the same country with you. You can, and I think you should, leave Germany. And please take Saxony and the Alternative for Germany (AfD) with you... Why do you not go to another country? We are sick of you!" - Aras Bacho an 18-year-old Syrian migrant

Canada Walks Out Of European Trade Talks, "Deal Impossible"

With 'trade' at the center of any substantive differences between US presidential candidates, 1000s protesting 'trade' deals across Europe, 'trade' collapsing in China, and lame-duck Obama trying to push his 'trade' agenda, it is perhaps shocking that Canada’s trade minister walked out of talks to finalize a trade pact with the European Union, saying it now seems the bloc is incapable of reaching such agreements and that Canadian officials are returning home.

Chlorine Plume Forms In Atchison, KS After Chemical Spill; Evacuation Underway

In a scene reminiscent of a Stephen King book, a chemical spill in Atchison, Kansas has sent a plume of what is reportedly chlorine fog into the air and spurred evaucation warnings from officials.  On social media, emergency officials warned residents to seek shelter and stay inside.

Half Of American Adults Exist In A Government Accessible Facial Recognition Network

One of the key aspects of an increasingly pervasive use of facial recognition technology is the total lack of regulation or informed consent that goes along with the collection and use of this intimate personal information. It’s a total wild, wild west environment where both corporations and government basically think they can do whatever they want. Indeed, they will continue to do exactly that until we the people make enough of a stink about it.

Personally I think they are doing a public service...Thank You...

"Enormous Cyber Attack" Takes Down Hundreds Of Websites: How To Track The Global Cyber War

Early this morning, millions of panicked Americans realized they may have to be productive when suddenly their favorite social media website or news outlet was unavailable for up to an hour.  As it turns out, the culprit was "an enormous cyberattack" which disrupted traffic to hundreds of websites including Twitter, Spotify, Reddit, eBay and the New York Times.

China's Capital Outflows Are Soaring Again: Goldman Finds Sept. FX Flows Surged To $78 Billion

We focus on two separate sets of SAFE data to gauge the underlying FX flow situation: one on onshore FX settlement, and the other on the cross-border movement of RMB. Summing up, the gauge of underlying flow indicates a net FX outflow of US$78bn in September (US$33bn from net FX demand onshore plus US$45bn in FX outflow routed through the CNH market).

Stocks Give Up Week's Gains At Open Following China Currency Carnage

It's been happening for a couple of weeks but finally the ripples from China's currency collapse are washing ashore in global risk markets...

Air Force Chief Foresees Decades More US Wars

“We’ve been deploying now for 15 years, we’ve probably got 15, 20 years to go,” Gen. Goldfein warned. This wasn’t just about the current wars, either, as the general laid out some of the new deployments against new enemies, citing a “resurgent Russia and China” as driving future deployments.

Obama Admin Stunned By Duterte: "The Minute You Say Something, He Lets Loose His Barrage Of Obscenities"

"It doesn't seem to help to say anything because the minute you say something, he just lets loose his barrage of obscenities," said Murray Hiebert, deputy director of the Southeast Asia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. "I think for the U.S. to just blast him constantly is probably not very effective."

Something's Changed - 7 Days & Counting...

For the last 7 days, something odd has happened at the end of the day... stocks haven't ripped higher into the close.

Obamacare Premiums Up 30% In TX, MS, KS; 50% In IL, AZ, PA; 93% In NM: When Does The Death Spiral Blow Up?

You can't make this stuff up...Anyone who did not see this coming is blind.

Who Is Buying? Another $5 Billion Pulled From US Equity Funds, Outflows In 6 Of Past 7 Weeks

It may come as a surprise to some that as the S&P500 has remained in a tight trading range over the past month, investors continued to withdraw substantial amounts of cash. According to the latest EPFR weekly data, global equities saw another $3.9bn in outflows, which brings the number of outflows to 5 in the past 6 weeks. Of note here is that while Europe has now suffered a record record 37 straight weeks of outflows, the US has been comparably pressured, with outflows in 6 of the past 7 weeks.

Futures Drop As ECB Confusion Persists, Dollar Rises To Seven Month High; Yuan Plunges

Asian stocks and S&P futures fall modestly and European shares are little changed as traders digested the surprising reticence from yesterday's ECB meeting. The dollar jumped to 7 month highs, pressuring EM currencies and pushing the euro to its weakest level since March and below the Brexit lows, after Mario Draghi shut down talk of tapering, while the Yuan dropped to the lowest since 2010.

Wikileaks Releases First Batch Of Emails Sent To And From President Obama's Secret Email Address

Just when it seemed we could not get any more email leak excitement, here comes Wikileaks with what it claims is the first batch of emails obtained from a secret address used by president Barack Obama (

The Rules of the Game are Beginning to Change

by Brad Sebion,, via SGT
Decades ago, investors began to put their money to work to have a comfortable retirement. There was little worry their accounts could be tampered with or frozen. The United States was a free market, where any financial vehicle could be bought and sold with ease. Individuals with an IRA, 401K, or any other investment vehicle should be conscious of the new rules put into place by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
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Fiat Money and Gold

by Alasdair Macleod, GoldMoney:
It is time to revisit the Fiat Money Quantity (FMQ), which totals US dollar money deposited in the banking system, the commercial banks’ money on deposit at the Fed and physical cash.
Besides alerting us to how the expansion of fiat money is progressing, an objective of this exercise is to give some guidance on the price relationship with gold. It is particularly appropriate at a time when banking analysts have turned generally bearish, believing that the rally in gold is now over.
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Aleppo: a New Provocation or Just Another War Crime?

by Martin Berger, New Eastern Outlook:
Once Russia deployed its advanced air defense missile systems in Syria, as reported by the Daily Mail, Washington became uneasy about launching new provocations against Russia, like the one carried out by the US Air Force on September 17, targeting Syrian government forces with heavy bombing.
For this reason, the United States began demanding from its allies, both from the ranks of Jabhat al-Nusra and the so-called Western coalition members, to carry out such provocations instead.
It seems that the Obama administration has no illusions about the future of America’s primacy in the world, once Russian airpower along with Syrian ground forces finish their assault of Aleppo, leaving no chance for the White House to seize victory amid the Syrian conflict. For this reason, Washington has unleashed instead, propaganda on Russia and Syria, in a bid to present both Moscow and Damascus as evil “regimes”, that are allegedly killing Syria’s civilian population en masse, allegedly for the sake of it.
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Russia Is Deploying EMP Weapons- How Will You Get Water?

by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:
Most are familiar with the map listed above demonstrating the effects of a high altitude burst from two nuclear weapons. However, the use of Russian-based EMP weapons in the upcoming war are likely to be tactical, not covering an entire continent, and they will be delivered by Russian allies (e.g. the North Koreans.
Omnipresent EMP Weapons
EMP warnings are everywhere. North Korea and China are two prime suspects. Do you know what the main threats of an EMP attack consist of. That information is right here at your finger tips.
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Hillary is Running Against Locker Room Talk and the Russians

by Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Craig Roberts:
Russia’s very able Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said that the US presidential campaign is “simply some sort of a global shame” unworthy of the American people. She certainly hit the nail on the head.
Hitlery’s criminal record had to be suppressed by the Obama regime in order to move the oligarchs’ candidate in the direction of the White House. So here we are on the verge of nuclear war with Russia and China, and the important issue before the American people is Trump’s lewd comments with Billy Bush about sexually attractive women.
I mean really. Men’s talk about women is like their fish and hunting stories. It has to be taken with a grain of salt. But this aside, why is lewd talk about women more important than military conflict with Russia, which could mean nuclear war and the end of life on earth?
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The Great Physical Gold Supply And Demand Illusion

by Koos Jansen, Gold Seek:
Gold supply and demand data published by all primary consultancy firms is incomplete and misleading. The data falsely presents gold to be more of a commodity than a currency, having caused deep misconceptions with respect to the metal’s trading characteristics and price formation.
Numerous consultancy firms around the world, for example Thomson Reuters GFMS, Metals Focus, the World Gold Council and CPM Group, provide physical gold supply and demand statistics, accompanied by an analysis of these statistics in relation to the price of gold. As part of their analysis the firms present supply and demand balances that show how much gold is sold and bought globally, subdivided in several categories. It’s widely assumed these balances cover total physical supply and demand, which is incorrect as the most important category is excluded. The firms though, prefer not to share the subtle truth or their business models would be severely damaged.
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Who’s Powering the War on Cash?

by Wolf Richter, Wolf Street:
The Alliance is in place.
On Monday in Japan, Apple CEO Tim Cook vented his spleen once more against physical currency, telling the Nikkei that “we don’t think the consumer particularly likes cash.”
It’s a bizarre conclusion to reach, especially in Japan where cash is still the undisputed king. At ¥90 trillion ($885 billion), or about a fifth of gross domestic product, the value of banknotes in circulation is the highest in the world as a proportion of the economy. Many small businesses, including many restaurants, don’t even take plastic. Yet, the country was also the first to popularize mobile wallets and smartphones.
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from Harvey Organ:
It seems that Shanghai pricing is higher than the other two , (NY and London). The spread has been occurring on a regular basis and thus I expect to see arbitrage happening as investors buy the lower priced NY gold and sell to China at the higher price. This should drain the comex.
Also why would mining companies hand in their gold to the comex and receive constantly lower prices. They would be open to lawsuits if they knowingly continue to supply the comex despite the fact that they could be receiving higher prices in Shanghai.
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