Saturday, January 7, 2017

Trump: Only "Stupid People Or Fools" Want War With Russia

"Having a good relationship with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing. Only "stupid" people, or fools, would think that it is bad!"

Declassified Report Claims Putin ‘Ordered’ Campaign to Erode Faith in US Election — By Telling the Truth

by Claire Bernish, The Free Thought Project:
After months of hyperbolic assertions Russian State actors — and possibly even President Vladimir Putin, himself — undertook a coordinated campaign to meddle in the U.S. presidential election to throw the vote in favor of Donald Trump, three intelligence agencies have finally proffered alleged proof to back their claims.
However, the report — claiming Putin “ordered” this campaign — reads more like a hit piece than a studied and cautious analysis. Worse, the first media outlet to publish the report was none other than the Washington Post, whose ever-heightening McCarthyite articles — many since retracted — have parroted the government’s claims sans investigation or evidence.
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"We Regret The Error": CNN Apologizes To Assange For Pedophilia Accusation, Issues Retraction

"We've deleted a tweet that included a video clip from New Day earlier this morning. We regret the error"

The False Economic Recovery Narrative Will Die In 2017

The false recovery narrative will indeed die in 2017, and it will be because the globalists WANT it to die while nationalists are at the helm. This is perhaps the biggest con game in recent history; with conservatives as the fall guy and the rest of the public as the gullible mark.

Former Mexican President Asks If Trump Is "Legitimate President" After "Devastating" Intel Report

"...Trump, the intelligence report is devastating.Losing election by more than 3M votes and in addition this. Are you a legitimate president?"

Will Automation Make Us Poor?

The question on a lot of people’s minds has been, if machines can taxi people around and take orders and flip burgers, where does that leave the millions of individuals currently employed to fill these jobs?

Goldman Slams Reports Of A "Great Rotation" From Bonds To Stocks As "Fake News"

In the realm of investing, an example of “fake news” is the claim by some market participants that a “great rotation” will take place from bonds to stocks. Despite a sharp rise in interest rates during the past six months and a drop in the market value of debt holdings, we expect minimal asset rotation away from debt and into equities during 2017.

Pedro Da Costa Warns "Markets Are Ignoring Risk Of Devastating Trump Trade War"

Are investors so focused on Dow 20,000 that they've become complacent about the true risks of Donald Trump's vows to tear up trade agreements, erect 17 commercial tariffs, and deport millions of immigrants?

Russian Responds To US Intel Report It Helped Trump Defeat Hillary

The US intelligence community has released the unclassified findings of its investigation into what it says was Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, and Russia's apparently takes a significant chunk of the blame, "by serving as a platform for Kremlin messaging to Russian and international audiences." Or does it?

Caught On Tape: Gunman Shoots US Consular Official In Mexico

As domestic unrest grows in Mexico amid gas price hikes and tensions mount over Trumpian policies, AP reports that Mexican prosecutors said Saturday they are searching for a gunman who opened fire on, and wounded an official of the U.S. consulate in the western city of Guadalajara. While motive is unclear, the shooting appeared to be a direct attempt to kill the consular employee.

German Vice Chancellor Says "European Break Up No Longer Unthinkable"

"It is no longer unthinkable that [the EU] breaks apart," German vice chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said in the interview. "Should that happen, our children and grandchildren would curse us because Germany is the biggest beneficiary of the European community - economically and politically."

China's $3 Trillion In Reserves Questioned After PBOC Reports $41 BIllion In December Outflows

China’s foreign currency holdings remained just above $3 trillion in December even as the yuan capped its steepest annual decline in more than two decades, and skeptics question the veracity of Chinese data.

The Only Man In Europe Who Makes Any Sense

Beppe Grillo wants to break that chain. And he’s got a recipe to do it. It may not be perfect or foolproof, but who cares when it’s replacing something that no longer functions at all, that just drags us down and threatens our children’s lives? Our so-called democracies exist to please our leaders and elites, not ourselves. And we’re unlikely to figure that one out until it’s way too late."

China Launches Bitcoin Crackdown: PBOC Will Probe Abnormal Investor Behavior "And Rectify Misbheavior"

On Friday China fully cracked down on Bitcoin, with the PBOC issuing a statement calling the changes in the virtual currency "abnormal", and urged local Bitcoin exchanges to the platform to "probe investors' behavior and to rectify misbehavior."

Airport Shooter Said He Was "Mind Controlled" By A U.S. Intelligence Agency

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. Despite the fact that Santiago himself, his girlfriend, and even co-workers warned authorities of his experiences the F.B.I. failed to detain him before his travels to Florida.

"They Lost So Big" - Trump Blasts "Embarrassed Democrats" For Russian Hacking Report

"Only reason the hacking of the poorly defended DNC is discussed is that the loss by the Dems was so big that they are totally embarrassed!... Gross negligence by the Democratic National Committee allowed hacking to take place."

In Stunning Last Minute Power Grab, Obama Designates Election Systems As "Critical Infrastructure"

"By 'election infrastructure,' we mean storage facilities, polling places, and centralized vote tabulations locations used to support the election process, and information and communications technology to include voter registration databases, voting machines, and other systems to manage the election process and report and display results on behalf of state and local governments."

Here Is The US Intel Report Accusing Putin Of Helping Trump Win The Election By "Discrediting" Hillary Clinton

"We assess Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the US presidential election. Russia’s goals were to undermine public faith in the US democratic process, denigrate Secretary Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency. Putin and the Russian Government developed a clear preference for President-elect Trump."

Florida Shooter Had Been Sent To A Mental Hospital Over "ISIS Ties", Was Investigated For Child Porn

According to law enforcement officials, in November 2016, Florida shooter Esteban Santiago walked into an FBI office in Anchorage claiming that the government had "forced him to watch ISIS videos" and to fight for ISIS. He was sent to a psychiatric hospital.

The High Life: Here Are The States Where The Most People Are Tokin' Up

After a slew of states across the country have decided to legalize medical and/or recreational marijuana use, we present this map detailing the states in which the highest percentage of residents are living the high life.

The Case Against Fed Reform

Instead of a Fed reform, we need Fed competition: eliminate legal tender laws, remove the burdensome taxes placed on gold, Bitcoin and other potential currencies, and give Americans a true alternative to Federal Reserve notes for those who want it.

Tiny Voices, Big Dust

My name is Lydia White Calf and I am still afraid but will no longer be silenced. I am a friend to the untold numbers whose voices I hear pleading with me to tell their story.
by Lydia White Calf, Juror, SGT Report:

For Masie
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.
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Frank Holmes: Gold Rally Extremely Likely in January and February

by Mike Gleason, Money Metals:
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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Japan’s Role in the West to East Power Shift

by Nomi Prins, DailyReckoning:
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.
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13 Ways to Uncover Cancer Causing Toxins In Your Home

by Connie Rogers, Natural News:
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)
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Murdering the Innocent in Order to Support the Lie — Paul Craig Roberts

by Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Craig Roberts:
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.”
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John Harwood Asks: “Do You Believe Wikileaks or US Intel Officials?”

from ZeroHedge:
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.
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The Thing in the Jobs Report that Gives the Fed the Willies

by Wolf Richter, Wolf Street:
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.
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Airport shooter admits he was ‘mind controlled’ by intelligence agency, eyewitness claims there were at least three other “sleepers,” shooters, with high-powered rifles shooting into crowd

Eyewitness: “There was like at least three people in there still shooting” after the first guy was caught
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.
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