Martin Armstrong Exposes The Real Fake News: Did The BBC Get Caught Fabricating News To Start A War?
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Though the failing usual suspects list SGT Report as “fake news,” it often provides excellent research on various topics of importance. This morning, it offers an interview via Youtube (see below) with citizen researcher “Mark,” who has bird dogged some revealing data from the Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Apparently, the state of Virginia has by far the highest number of missing kids per capita in the nation at 0.00467. The second highest per capita is the much larger state of Florida at 0.00175. This means that a child in Virginia is about 2.67 times more likely to turn up missing than in second ranked Florida. Most of the states run about 0.0010, making Virginia an 4.67 to 1 outlier. The state of Maryland nearby to DC is also quite high on a relative basis at 0.00179.
“Good night and good luck.” – Edward R. Murrow
The Washington Post – I should say, Jeff Bezos’ Washington Post – ran an article last week which featured a report from an organization called “PropOrNot” which claims it used “a combination of manual and automated analysis…in order to identify (“red flag”) [actual quote from the site, verbatim] the following as Russian propaganda outlets.”
Hmmm…”red flag” as in, “Red Scare?” In what is a bona fide rebirth of McCarthyism, PropOrNot claims to be “an independent team of concerned American citizens with a wide range of backgrounds and expertise” that is currently “volunteering time and skills to identify propaganda – particularly Russian propaganda…”
In 1928, Republican Herbert Hoover was elected as president of the US. He took office in March of 1929. The following October, the stock market crashed, heralding in the Great Depression. Millions of Americans lost their jobs and homes and/or starved in the ensuing years.
Countless people, having nowhere to live, set up shantytowns that came to be known as “Hoovervilles.” Their new residents relied for the most part on public charities or begging for whatever income they could attain.
Why was Mister Hoover blamed? Well, whenever there’s disaster, it’s human nature to want to put a face on the cause of the problem. We tend to need to have someone at whom we can point our angry finger. (Almost immediately after the shooting of John Kennedy, the public were shown a photo of Lee Harvey Oswald holding a rifle; the day after the destroying of the Twin Towers, the television news showed a photo of Osama bin Laden. The viewers didn’t question whether these were indeed the culprits; they simply accepted them, as their need to have someone to blame was greater than their need to have truth.)
The war on “fake news” embarked upon by Facebook, Google, and Twitter may be earning the media goliaths brownie points with establishment politicos, but users — and even employees — aren’t feeling as enthusiastic.
In the midst of backlash over the stunning victory of President-elect Donald Trump, which some people attribute to the preponderance of apocryphal headlines disseminated by Internet search engines and social media platforms, the companies are tweaking their algorithms in order to target specifically blacklisted sites, many of which happen to be alternative media sites that question the political and media establishment. Many of the sites are also financially dependent on ad revenue earned by organic and referral traffic directed by Google, Facebook, and Twitter.
When a government publicly declares they are imposing a new monetary or capital control on the people to ‘save or protect’ them and their money from being used for some form of criminal activity, then it is automatically time to get out of that currency immediately.
This is because the real agenda of a government is never about protecting the people, but instead about instituting laws and edicts to protect their own when their systems start to go awry.
A few weeks ago, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared overnight that the nation’s two largest denominations in their currency were no longer legal tender, and the people had a limited amount of time to exchange the bills they held for a new currency. And as expected the ‘reasons’ that Modi used to impose this ‘Executive Order’ were to halt the black market economy that has been prevalent in India for decades, if not centuries.
The Money GPS:
On November 9th, in the early morning hours, I reported that Donald Trump had made a deal with the devil and had agreed to not prosecute Hillary Clinton. When Trump clinched Pennsylvania, it was clear that Clinton could not win, as the story goes, Podesta, “the Pizza man”, reached out to Trump’s Senior Advisor, Kellyanne Conway, and offered to not contest the close results in exchange for a promise to not prosecute Clinton. While the offer was being mulled over by the Trump insiders, Podesta delivered what was thought to be a concession speech to the nation. Yet, Hillary was nowhere to be found and it was anything but a concession speech. In fact, Podesta said, no decision had been made.. and we could be counting votes for a very long time….” Shortly after that speech, Trump agreed to not prosecute and Clinton agreed to concede the next day. In fact, Trump told 60 minutes in a pre-recorded interview just over 48 hours later that “He did not not want to hurt the Clintons”, meaning that he was going to live up this bargain and not prosecute Hillary. Case closed, right? Donald Trump is President and his path to the White House is unopposed. Nothing could be further from the truth.
It’s Tuesday morning, and I can almost hear what’s going on inside the five-star hotel in Austria where the oil world’s dying “leadership” – which by tomorrow, may be permanently dead – have the U.S.-led “oil PPT” on the phone, trying to “manage” the fact that with Russia not attending tomorrow’s all-important meeting; at which, the odds of a viable, believable agreement are slim to none. Which, I might add, is what I havepredicted from the day after September’s fraudulent “Algiers agreement” was promulgated – not because an actual agreement had occurred, but to buy time ahead of tomorrow’s meeting, to keep prices up for two more months. Crude oil prices are in freefall, so it’s only a matter of time until a new “oil PPT” generated headline hits the tape; such as the same one that hit Thursday (just before talks collapsed Friday) and yesterday (just before Russia decided not to attend tomorrow’s meeting); i.e., the Iraqi oil minister’s hollow espousal of “optimism.” Read More