Trump’s Changed History in these 3 Key Areas
Hey brothers, today we take a look at 3 pivotal areas where Trump’s election has already made an enormous difference going forward. In fact, if nothing else Trump ever addressed actually was achieved, these issues alone have changed history. Specifically we cover:
-2 major, globalist trade treaties that Trump’s election has already killed
Americans should boycott biased news sources such as CNN and MSNBC, President Barack Obama’s half brother, Malik Obama, tweeted on Wednesday.
Malik’s latest tweets follow statements over the weekend concerning unfair coverage from the New York Times and other establishment outlets still hellbent on publishing negative stories about President-Elect Donald Trump.
Regarding weekend coverage, the president-elect himself slammed The Times specifically on Twitter Sunday.
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UC Irvine Professors Modify Curriculum To Prepare Students For "Life Under An Avowed White Supremacist President"
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The election of Donald Trump has put added pressure upon already pressured markets. The next four months are going to be extremely consequential. But the next four years are going to be even more so, i.e. the cataclysmic resolution of capitalism’s end game is now in sight.
In free markets, the most important dynamic is supply and demand. In capital markets, the most important factor is the cost of credit; and in capitalism’s end game, the cost of credit is even more important because it’s the cost of credit that determines when the end game will end—and, today, the cost of credit, i.e. the interest rate, is now moving higher, a trend exacerbated by Trump’s recent victory which threatens market stability.
It becomes increasingly difficult to believe central planning policy tweaks can ensure a permanent extension of cooperation and prosperity.
Mao Zedong supposedly said, “There is great disorder under the Heavens and the situation is excellent.” For those seeking to replace the existing social and economic order, chaos is a good first step.
Those with a stake in the system decaying into disorder feel differently: for them, disorder is threatening and frightening.
Do we control the slide into disorder and the emergence of a new order? The short answer is no: the forces at work are systemic and structural, and not controllable with the usual political/economic tools.
USA Today showed this photo by Olivier Douliery, it portrayed the color purple as the very words handed to them by Clinton, Inc.: “Purple is the blend of red and blue. It’s one of three colors of the suffrage movement. And it has deep ties to Christianity.” Purple was the color of royalty. Nobody but the Roman emperor was allowed to wear clothing of purple. In the Catholic Church, during Lent, the priests wear purple to symbolize Christ is King. So why did the Clintons suddenly wear purple? Were they bowing to democracy yielding to Trump? Her words did not reflect that in the least.
Nonetheless, while there is great speculation that this is the end of Clinton, Inc. and there goes the speaking fees and the billions of dollars donated to the Clinton Foundation by foreign governments, it would be wrong to count Hillary out right now. The word from behind the curtain is that Hillary is far too vindictive to go quietly into the light. She will rage against the loss of her influence that she has capitalized on for so long.
President-Elect Donald Trump went out for dinner with his family in New York City Tuesday night at the 21 Club where he received a standing ovation.
“Standing ovation and cheers at Keene’s steakhouse (sic) for @realDonaldTrump”
Trump went out without his press pool, causing scrambling and complaints from reporters camped out at Trump Tower. Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs, who was there for a private dinner with co-workers, took a photo of Trump at the restaurant and posted it to Twitter.
Left wing demonstrators have rioted and attempted to attack and firebomb the U.S. embassy in Greece, protesting the visit of outgoing American President Barack Obama.
Around 7,000 took to the streets of central Athens on Tuesday, to signal to Mr. Obama that he was not welcome as he arrived in Europe for a farewell tour of the continent.
“We don’t need protectors!” one banner carried by demonstrators read. “Yankees go home!” the crowds chanted, just a few miles from where the President was hosted for a state dinner with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
The world is sitting at the edge of a massive deflationary cliff. Even though Central Banks are desperately trying to keep the world’s financial assets from plunging down into the great depression below, signs suggest they are losing the battle.
One critical sign is the peak and decline of International Reserves. Hugo Salinas Price has been keeping an eye on International Reserves for quite some time. In his recent article, A Reversal In The Trend Of International Reserves, he stated the following: