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by Lydia White Calf, Juror, SGT Report:
I don’t know how I kept my composure. I suppose I disassociated. I may have seemed there, proud, once proud and confident about life, to all those people in that hall. I was a professional. I was fastidious about my duties in life – as a mother, a wife, a human citizen. I respected my place life had given me deeply. I did – until that 5 day episode, when everything changed forever. The challenge now and here, however, is to tell this story, this truth – and involve myself as little as possible, and that is the great hardship I face writing these words.
It was 19 years ago, and time has played a strange trick. Something stopped living in life for me that week, and a vacuum has sucked from me 19 years as the twilight itself has demanded that I am neither among the living nor the dead. Today, however, I am stepping my foot into the life of the living so I can speak for those tiny voices who have long been in the world of the dead. One often hears “A dead man cannot speak”. Does one ever ask can a child speak? Can the children speak? Yes, they can, and they are speaking right now, right here and now to you through these words. They will be silenced no more. They ask all of you to hear them, to hear what happened to them. They ask as any child would, with utter innocence. So we must all hear them together, all of us who are living. It is time.
Coming up we’ll hear from Frank Holmes, CEO of U.S. Global Investors and author of the book The Goldwatcher: Demystifying Gold Investing. Frank tells us where he thinks gold is headed in the near term, gives us a 2017 outlook for the metals and tells us why he believes the next 100 days will be very key in the financial markets. Don’t miss another great interview with Frank Holmes, coming up after this week’s market update.
Precious metals markets started off the New Year with a bang. After showing some life last week, the metals complex raced higher in the first trading days of 2017, led by the mining stocks. The HUI gold miners index registered a gain of 12% this week through Thursday’s close.
As for gold itself, spot prices currently come in $20 higher for the second straight week at $1,174 an ounce to post a 1.7% advance on the week as of this Friday recording. Silver is up 2.7% this week to trade at $16.47 per ounce. But the big winners so far in the early goings of 2017 are platinum and palladium. Platinum checks in this week with a 7.0% advance to bring prices to $969 an ounce. Meanwhile, palladium now trades at $755 after gaining a whopping $72 or 10.5% so far this week and this year.
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Once the dust settles, the Trump White House will gear up to make its mark on the U.S. economy. But America doesn’t exist in a global vacuum, not politically, militarily, or financially. So, it’s important to consider the ramifications of Trump and his Washington Co. on the quickly evolving global markets and political alliances in order to be best positioned to profit at the right time.
As the third largest economy in the world, it also has the highest government debt to GDP ratio at nearly 250% vs. that of the U.S. at 105%.
Recently, the Bank of Japan opted for another round of artisanal money policy (cheap money). Governor Haruhiko Kuroda cut the cost of 10-year debt to accompany negative short term interest rates.
When we uncover what can be toxic to our immune, respiratory, digestive and endocrine systems, we can remove these from our living environment. My thoughts are, the only way to choose health is with proper information and awareness. Find out if you have cancer causing toxins in your home.
1- Your cloths may be tox-sick. Research states synthetic materials, thermoplastics and wrinkle free cloths can be filled with formaldehydes. Formaldehyde is viewed as a carcinogen for humans and respiratory cancer.(1) Additionally, exposure to paint, lacquer, glue and cleaning products which contain formaldehyde can increase risk for nasal cancer. (1a) If you live next to a fracking facility, they can increase your exposure to unsafe amounts of formaldehyde. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are chemicals causing liver damage, kidney damage, and central nervous system damage. (1b)
As my readers know, I reported, factually, on the Boston Marathon alleged bombing case. I interviewed carefully the pro bono attorney, John Remington Graham, who intervened in behalf of the Russian aunt, a lawyer in the Russian Federation, in behalf of the falsely convicted younger Tsarnaev brother, Dzhokhar, the older brother having been murdered by the FBI. Graham conclusively proved that the FBI’s own evidence proved beyond any doubt that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was innocent, which means so was the older brother.
It is clear beyond reasonable doubt that there was no real bombing at the Boston Marathon and that the alleged terrorist event, using crisis actors, was an orchestration designed to convince dumbshit Americans that they really were under a “Muslim threat.” The entire foreign policy of the United States in the 21st century is based on an orchestrated “Muslim threat.”
CNBC Political reporter, friend of Hillary, and Democratic Party sycophant John Harwood took to Twitter last night to ask:
“Who do you believe America? Wikileaks, or US Intel Officials?”
The response, which emerged from his immediate following which one would surmise, should gravitate toward Harwood’s liberal ideology and thus respond in a way Harwood expected, was yet another slap in the face for the establishment’s perspective on how the world should really run.
The Fed makes sure employers have access to cheap labor.
In the jobs report today, there’s one figure that the Fed has riveted its collective eyes on. Sure 156,000 jobs were created, below average for 2016, and way below average for the prior two years. And the unemployment rate ticked up to 4.7%. And there were other ups and downs in the data which covered the volatile holiday period, and therefore was subject to notoriously big seasonal adjustments, and that’s all cute as far as the Fed is concerned, and they’re going to glance at it, but there’s one number they fret about: wage increases.
And not in the sense that Fed Chair Yellen occasionally inserts into her comments, but in the opposite sense.
by Shepard Ambellas, Intellihub:
Demoted and discharged Alaska National Guard private first class and alleged killer of 5 people at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Esteban Santiago, 26, may have been mind controlled or mentally ill, according to FBI officials.
Santiago, who was arrested in January and waiting to stand trial in March on criminal charges, recently showed up to an F.B.I. office in Anchorage unannounced seeking help.
Santiago told the F.B.I. he thought he was being mind controlled, possibly by the U.S. government or the C.I.A. and admitted hearing voices, which Santiago said told him to study “extremist materials on the Internet,” the New York Times reports.