Investors have forsaken all reason, logic and wisdom by rushing into the biggest stock and financial bubble in history. Even some precious metals investors are selling their gold and jumping into the markets hoping to make big profits as President Trump takes over the White house in six weeks.
Unfortunately, the worst time to jump into a market is when everyone else is doing the same thing. Of course, this doesn’t mean the Dow Jones Index won’t continue higher for some time, but the fundamentals of the economy continue to rot from the inside out.
No one really notices this as automobile dealers are now selling cars with zero interest rates, nothing down and no payment for 6 months. If this is the sort of business model the automobile industry has to resort to in order to continue sales, we are in big trouble.
Brian Williams, disgraced former NBC Nightly News anchor, is speaking out about the so-called “fake news” sites which, according to the left, are responsible for reporting disinformation. It must be noted, at this point, The Free Thought Project is ostensibly considered one such site. As TFTP’s Matt Agorist proclaimed, “we’ve worn it as a badge of honor since we were first made aware of,” the list.
Why Williams would wander into the fray of discussion of fake news, and fake websites, is anybody’s guess, as he himself may be the most recognizable purveyor of fake news stories. Williams’ embellishment of his journalistic war record earned him the castigation of his employer, and an indefinite suspension from his network news anchor chair.
Happy Socialist Christmas: Venezuala Seizes 4 Million Toys From "Price-Gouging" Importer, Gives To Nation's Poor
THE PHRASE “FAKE NEWS” has exploded in usage since the election, but the term is similar to other malleable political labels such as “terrorism” and “hate speech”; because the phrase lacks any clear definition, it is essentially useless except as an instrument of propaganda and censorship. The most important fact to realize about this new term: those who most loudly denounce Fake News are typically those most aggressively disseminating it.
One of the most egregious examples was the recent Washington Post article hyping a new anonymous group and its disgusting blacklist of supposedly pro-Russia news outlets – a shameful article mindlessly spread by countless journalists who love to decry Fake News, despite the Post article itself being centrally based on Fake News. (The Post this week finally added a lame editor’s note acknowledging these critiques; the Post editors absurdly claimed that they did not mean to “vouch for the validity” of the blacklist even though the article’s key claims were based on doing exactly that).
Why Clinton keeps wearing purple in public
While blasting so-called “fake news” on Thursday, Hillary Clinton once again wore the color purple which signifies George Soros’ color revolution against the Donald Trump presidency.
Clinton, who has deep ties to Soros, also wore purple during her concession speech on Nov. 9.
Soros, a socialist billionaire best known for breaking the British pound in 1992, has funded government overthrows, known as color revolutions, in Ukraine, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan and other countries in the former Soviet bloc, the Middle East and North Africa.
The European Central Bank (ECB) just doubled down on easy money.
In March 2015, the ECB began its quantitative easing (QE) program. This is when a central bank creates money out of thin air and injects it into the financial system. It’s really just another word for money printing.
The ECB thought printing money would stimulate Europe’s economy. But it hasn’t worked. Europe’s economy is growing at its slowest pace in decades. In many European countries, unemployment is in the double digits and climbing.
Experts said Arctic sea ice would melt entirely by September 2016 – they were wrong.
Texas has been cooling since 1895, but that doesn’t suit NOAA’s global warming agenda. So they keep cooling the past further and further to create the appearance of a warming trend.
The UN bans skeptical journalists from climate summit for holding views that are not particularly helpful.
Book burning has been an ugly part of human history. The symbolic significance of book-burning lies in the message from the state, or an agent of the state that “We own you, because we own the ideas we allow you to be exposed to”.
A Brief Snippet of Book-Burning
Roman history, 25 AD. Imagine having a detailed account of Roman history before 25 AD. What a treasure that would be for historians. We have pieces of things from that time, but Senator Aulus Cremutius Cordus wrote all about the civil war and the reign of Caesar Augustus. To cover up the assassination, or as some say, to turn Brutus into a folk hero, the books were burned because they tell the real story. In ancient Rome, the people had too much say and the elite felt threatened that Rome was not ruled with more of an iron first toward the general population. Subsequently, books were burned.