Who called off Milo’s report?
(INTELLIHUB) — Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos may have self-censored himself for reporting on his “Pizzagate” conspiracy findings after receiving phone calls from people in D.C..
“Sadly when I announced that I was going to be speaking about Pizzagate this evening, um, I got a number of phone calls with Washington area codes saying not yet — stop it,” Milo told viewers.
Trump Interviewed: I Sold All Stocks In June Because "I Felt That I Was Very Much Going To Be Winning"
Economist John Williams has a dire warning amidst all the record highs in the markets. Williams predicts, “Unless the long term solvency of the U.S. Treasury bonds can be addressed, there’s no hope of avoiding a hyper-inflation and the complete demise of the dollar.”
The November 28th story from the Daily Star tells us that according to a report published by the Center for Naval Analyses (CNA), our country is quietly preparing for food prices here to possibly spike by as much as 400% in the next 8 years. Warning us of a global crisis brought on by “food price and supply swings amidst burgeoning population growth, rapid urbanization, severe weather events, and social unrest“, one expert stressed we could soon see an “unprecedented epidemic of food riots.”
Also reporting that the world’s population of more than 7 billion could be doomed as riots are sparked in city streets over what could soon be considered a luxury item – something to eat, they also warn many believe the US government has long been preparing for what actions it might take in the face of global famine. In a worse case scenario?
“The global food supply system could face catastrophic losses, and an unprecedented epidemic of food riots.”
If you want to be a “Good Samaritan” to the homeless in your community, you might want to check and see if it is legal first. All over the country, cities are passing laws that make it illegal to feed and shelter the homeless. For example, in this article you will read about a church in Maryland that was just fined $12,000 for simply allowing homeless people to sleep outside the church at night. This backlash against homeless people comes at a time when homelessness in America is absolutely exploding. In a previous article, I shared with my readers the fact that the number of homeless people in New York City has just set a brand new all-time high, and the homelessness crisis in California has become so severe that the L.A. City Council has formally asked Governor Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency. Sadly, instead of opening up our hearts to the rapidly growing number of Americans without a home, way too many communities are trying to use the law to force them to go somewhere else.
In the wake of the Italian referendum results and Matteo Renzi’s subsequent resignation, the level of uncertainty in Italy continues to grow both inside the country and among foreign investors.
As many expected, Banco Monte dei Paschi’s shares fell sharply on the news of Renzi’s defeat. And markets reacted in risk off fashion much like they did post-Brexit, with European stocks, US futures and the Euro all rising in response to the news. And it’s likely to stay that way until some sense of calm returns to the market.
The destabilization of the Italian economy is occurring on several fronts however. Part of this premeditated effort is being helped along by the likes of a few NGOs who have been making a concerted effort to smuggle immigrants into Europe.
The Keynesian statists at the Fed think the devastating financial busts we’ve suffered since 1987 were due to a mix of too much investor exuberance, too much deregulation, a one-time housing mania and a smattering of Wall Street greed and corruption, too.
And that’s not to overlook some of the more far-fetched reasons for the two big financial meltdowns of this century. Foremost among these is the Greenspan-Bernanke fairy tale that Chinese workers making under $1 per hour were saving too much money, thereby causing low global mortgage rates and a runaway housing boom in America!
Needless to say, not only are these rationalizations completely bogus; but so is the entire underlying rationale for Keynesian monetary central planning.
On December 2 President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team sent out a press release advising that he had formed a business advisory panel “which is composed of some of America’s most highly respected and successful business leaders, will be called upon to meet with the President frequently to share their specific experience and knowledge as the President implements his plan to bring back jobs and Make America Great Again.”
In fact, according to the Chair of the panel, Stephen A. Schwarzman, Chairman and CEO of Blackstone, a private equity/hedge fund/investment bank headquartered in New York City, it was Schwarzman who actually selected the members of the panel and Trump went with the full group he had selected. (See Schwarzman’s Bloomberg TV interview here.)