"America Has Lost" - Duterte Announces "Separation" From United States, Alligns With China; Seeks Alliance With Putin
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DNC Chair Donna Brazile Pummeled Over Leaked Debate Question, Plays "Persecuted Christian Woman" Card
Absurdities continue in the world of derivative or electronic or paper silver. In what will someday be viewed as the monumental public relations miracle that it is, the silver fix has been transplanted into just another body riddled with cancer.
Below I’ve collected and commented on one of the most prevalent stories characterizing the announcement.
The essence of this is moderately transparent. The banks need to avoid more public relations disasters. They are certainly in for enough as it is.
Mess With Central-Bank Independence at Your Peril … There are worrying signs that, against the current backdrop of record-low interest rates, politicians are tempted to start meddling. -Bloomberg
The idea of nationalizing banks is probably part of a continued strategy to destroy local and regional central banks in favor of one that is worldwide.
It is surely true that the indefensible nature of central banking is even more obvious when politicians are in control.
The essential nature of central banking is that a handful of people define and control money for hundreds of millions and billions of others.
Volatility is waiting to explode due to unstable currency exchange rates, bank liquidity crises, geopolitical uncertainty, and a wild U.S. election cycle.
One or more of these potential sources of instability are ready to pop-up on the markets like a tightly jammed jack-in-the-box when someone unlocks the lid. The key to profits is to understand how to use volatility as a trading strategy. If you act now, you could reap huge rewards in a matter of weeks.
Most investors have some familiarity with trading specific instruments such as stocks, bonds, and gold. Investors also understand how options can be used to limit losses, and increase gains on trades involving those underlying instruments.
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This year has been full of a continuous string of lost freedoms on the Internet, with the largest loss being the October abdication by the United States of its last little bit of Internet stewardship to ICANN and their international stakeholders.
The social media staples (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube) have shown their support of the current government agenda by increasing the censorship and blocking of user accounts who support a differing view or are busy exposing the actions of individuals and groups who are stealing away our individual rights.
A key operative in a Democratic scheme to send agitators to cause unrest at Donald Trump’s rallies has visited the White House 342 times since 2009, White House records show.
Robert Creamer, acted as a middle man between the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee and “protesters” who tried — and succeeded — to provoke violence at Trump rallies
Creamer met with President Obama 47 times, according to White House records. Creamer’s last visit was in June 2016.
Emails released by WikiLeaks have led to the outing of an elaborate scheme to scour, buff and shine the decades of scandals attached to Hillary and Bill Clinton using the marketing, branding and messaging tricks employed by corporations to resuscitate a stale, discredited or sagging brand. We’ve also learned that at least one of those re-branders, Wendy Clark, had to sign a non-disclosure agreement with the Clinton camp, agreeing not to divulge details of her work. Clark acknowledged that agreement at a recent Fortune Magazine forum.
Clark is widely considered a corporate branding genius, having been responsible for the “Share a Coke” campaign at Coca-Cola which featured folksy names on the side of their cans and bottles. In January of 2015, it was reported that Clark was taking a three-month leave of absence from her demanding and high-level position as President of sparkling brands and strategic marketing in North America for the Coca-Cola Company. On April 6, 2015, a week before Hillary Clinton announced that she was a candidate for President, Coca-Cola announced that Clark was returning to her post at the company. (Clark is now CEO at DDB Worldwide, North America, a global advertising agency.)