In closed-door remarks delivered to a foreign bank, Hillary Clinton declared that her “dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders.”
This statement from one of Clinton’s private paid speeches was discovered in leaked emails of Clinton’s campaign chair, John Podesta, which were made public by WikiLeaks.
One email, which provided partial transcripts of some of Clinton’s speeches, reads in part:
Trump Issues Midnight Apology To Contain Tape Fallout As Ryan Cancels "Unity" Event; Chaffetz, Huntsman Pulls Support
You won’t believe the George Soros tactics Hollywood is employing to promote the new movie ‘Birth of a Nation‘, and you’ll get a real kick out of what trillionaire Lynn Forester de Rothschild has to say about her puppet Hillary.
What... they can't find Merkel???? She is responsible for this by letting all the "Refugee's" in...
Over the past two weeks the primary focus by the world’s financial caretakers has been on Deutsche Bank, and its potential to collapse several other institutions through the counter-party risk of its $40-70 trillion derivatives book. But as the markets have appeared since last Friday to shrug off the German bank’s imminent insolvency problems, little has been mentioned about the other economy in Europe that has an even greater risk of bringing about the next ‘Lehman Moment’.
Over the next month, Italy is expected to vote on a referendum which if passed, would allow Matteo Renzi to institute new reforms that have kept the Italian economy both in stagnation, and austerity since the 2008 financial crisis. But with several of their major banks teetering on collapse in equal or greater measure to that of Deutsche Bank, the potential of an Italian banking implosion not only threatens the Western banking system, but also the future of the European Union itself.
After Chicago police officers Shannon Spalding and Danny Echeverria filed a whistleblower lawsuit, retaliation against them only intensified.
IN AUTUMN OF 2012, the code of silence was very much in the news in Chicago. The trial of the civil suit brought against the city by Karolina Obrycka, the bartender struck and kicked by off-duty Officer Anthony Abbate in 2007, was unfolding before a jury in the federal courtroom of Judge Amy St. Eve.
One of Obrycka’s central claims was that Abbate assaulted her, secure in the knowledge he would be protected by the code of silence within the Chicago Police Department. In support of this claim, her lawyers presented expert testimony to demonstrate the department’s failure to adequately investigate and discipline police misconduct. On November 13, 2012, the jury returned a verdict in Obrycka’s favor. It awarded her $850,000 in damages and found that a pervasive code of silence within the CPD had allowed Abbate to attack her without fear of punishment.
“Misrepresentation is systemic.”
UBS Securities Australia reported today that about 28% of Australian mortgages issued in 2015 and 2016 are what we in the US have come to call “liar loans,” which played a big role in the housing boom and the collapse and subsequent bailout of the global financial system.
The last phase of a housing bubble needs liar loans to keep going because buyers have to reach beyond their limits, and the only way to do this is lie now, or miss out forever on buying a house to live in or get rich with quick as investor.
After covering the three risks converging on us right now: excessive debt, lower productivity, and the absence of central bank policy options (seen in the article here) – there more to the story.
Let’s consider specific threats to your wealth that emanate from these risks: systemic collapse, asset bubbles, and lost confidence in the ability of central banks to respond to crises.