Monday, January 2, 2017


from InfoWars:
With less than three weeks away from Inauguration Day, Donald Trump’s incoming press secretary has revealed the President-elect plans to immediately repeal many of President Obama’s executive actions after he takes office.
On ABC’s This Week, Sean Spicer told Jonathan Karl, that the future Commander-in-chief will ‘sign a series of executive orders’ on day one, so he can do two things.
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Gingrich Warns Biggest Risk For Trump Admin Is They "Lose Their Nerve"

"Look, they're going to arrive in Washington, and for them to be successful they have to stake out positions that the left will hate.  I'm worried that when they realize how big the problem is, that they decide that they're just going to do the best they can and give in."

Paul Krugman Loses It Over Coming "Era Of Epic Corruption" In 'Trumpistan'

"I know that many people are still trying to convince themselves that the incoming administration will govern normally, despite the obviously undemocratic instincts of the new commander in chief and the questionable legitimacy of the process that brought him to power... But let’s get real. Everything we know suggests that we’re entering an era of epic corruption and contempt for the rule of law, with no restraint whatsoever..."

Clinton Foundation CEO Declared ‘Missing’ By the Internet After Going Public Saying ‘Follow the Money’

by Baran Hines, The Free Thought Project:
Twitter users have started the hashtag #WheresEric in reference to Eric Braverman, the former CEO of the Clinton Foundation, because some think he has been a possible missing person since before the November 2016 U.S. election. Braverman’s last public activity, accessible via the internet, was an October 12 retweet.
A common understanding of the events surrounding Braverman’s possible disappearance centers around his abrupt resignation from the Clinton Foundation in January 2015, which many thought was caused by his discovery of internal corruption at the non-profit organization. Braverman named was CEO in July 2013 during the immediate aftermath of Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State which ended February 2013.
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Basic Income Arrives: Finland To Hand Out Guaranteed Income Of €560 To Lucky Citizens

As of today, the experiment in "basic income" has officially begun, after Finland became the first country in Europe to pay its unemployed citizens a basic monthly income, amounting to 560 euros ($587), in a "unique social experiment which is hoped to cut government red tape, reduce poverty and boost employment."

In "Mysterious" Bond Sale, Venezuela Issues $5 Billion In Debt To Itself With China As Underwriter

Venezuela’s central government has issued new dollar debt for the first time in more than five years, selling $5 billion in notes effectively to itself, using China's Haitong securities as underwriter, in what has been dubbed a "mysterious" transaction.

The Islamization Of Germany In 2016: "We Are No Longer Safe"

Mass migration from the Muslim world is fast-tracking the Islamization of Germany, as evidenced by the proliferation of no-go zones, Sharia courts, polygamy and child marriages. Mass migration has also been responsible for a host of social disruptions, including jihadist attacks, a migrant rape epidemic, a public health crisis, rising crime and a rush by German citizens to purchase weapons for self-defense — and even to abandon Germany altogether.

Former Chicago Police Chief: 'Black Lives Matter' To Blame For Rise In Violent Crime

"...what’s happening, and this is ironic, is that a movement with the goal of saving black lives at this point is getting black lives taken, because 80 percent of our murder victims here in Chicago are male blacks..."

What Keeps Goldman Up At Night About 2017

Between China, credit markets, financial conditions, political uncertainty, the consequences of Brexit, the presidential elections, global trade, the risk of sharp reflation, and the impotence of central banking, here are the top things that keep Goldman Sachs up at night about 2017.

Trump to Continue "Freaking Mainstream Media Out", Will "Boldly Use" Twitter For Policy Announcements

Making news and issuing statements on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram will “absolutely” continue, incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer told ABC’s “This Week” saying that Trump will "boldly use" Twitter to make major policy announcements and adding that "with all due respect, I think it freaks the mainstream media out."

Trump Trashes "Wrong" Media Pundits: "I Knew I Would Win Big"

Israeli Police Enter Netanyahu's Home For Questioning Over Corruption Allegations

As the Obama administration shunned Israel last week, we warned that police were calling on Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit to allow them to open a full criminal investigation against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Today, as Channel 2 reports, Israeli police entered Bibi's home for questioning. The prime minister was quick to react, blasting "don't celebrate too soon over corruption probe."


Obama Brags About "Remarkable Progress" Of Past 8 Years - Our Data Paints A Slightly Different Picture

As his time in the White House draws to a close, Obama launched a tweet storm highlighting the "remarkable progress" his administration made on everything from job creation to healthcare to oil imports.  Unfortunately, our data paints a slightly different picture.

2017: When The Wheels Finally Come Off

The American people have been punked by their own government and their central bank, the Federal Reserve, for years and the jig is now up. In 2017 both will lose their authority and legitimacy, a very grave matter for the survival of this republic.

Prefers to hide under her bed...

Angela Merkel To Skip Davos Amid Blowback Against "Global Elite"

Angela Merkel is steering clear of the World Economic Forum in Davos, a meeting expected to be dominated by debate over the looming presidency of Donald Trump and rising public anger with elites and globalization. "It's true that a Davos trip was being considered, but we never confirmed it, so this is not a cancellation," a Merkel spokesman said.

European Stock Markets See Best Start To Year Since 2013

European stocks were panic-bid at the open overnight as hungover New Year's Eve revelers (absent Brits and Swiss who were still on holiday) bought Italian banks, German utilities, and Spanish industrials following the better than expected manufacturing PMIs across most nations. EuroStoxx 50 gained 0.6% - thanks to a spike near the open - for the best open to a year since 2013.

Trump Speaker Downplays Imminent "Russian Hacking" Revelations; Says "Zero Evidence" Russia Involved

“He’s going to talk about his conclusions and where he thinks things stand. He’s not going to reveal anything that was privileged or was shared with him classified. I think he can share with people his conclusions of the report and his understanding of the situation and make sure people understand there’s a lot of questions out there.“

As Cash Shortage Leads To Manufacturing Contraction, Economic Shockwaves, Indian Banks Slash Interest Rates

Indian banks announced sharp cuts to their lending rates after a recent surge in deposits, raising hopes that lower borrowing costs will help spark credit growth in Asia's third-largest economy, at the same time as the December PMI survey showed the first contraction in India's manufacturing sector in one year, raising doubts about the world's fastest growing economy.

Iron Ore Stocks At Chinese Ports Hit New Record Highs: Why This Is An "Ominous Sign" For Prices

Iron Ore stocks at Chinese ports just hit a new record high in the last week of 2016, even as the spot price of iron ore staged a dramatic comeback over 2016, closing near the highs of the year. However, a Axiom Capital notes, if history is any precedent, such record stocks "carry an ominous sign for iron ore prices." Here's why.

Bitcoin Surges Above $1,000 As China Unveils New Capital Controls

Chinese demand for bitcoin overnight finally proved too great, and US markets had no choice but to arb the difference. So with Bitcoin trading in China at an implied price of over $1,050 at this moment, the digital currency finally soared above $1,000 in the US as well, trading just around $1,024 on Coinbase as of this moment.

European Stocks Greet The New Year By Rising To One Year Highs; Euro Slides

While most of the world is enjoying it last day off from the 2017 holiday transition, with Asia's major markets closed for the New Year holiday, along with Britain and Switzerland in Europe and the US and Canada across the Atlantic, European stocks climbed to their highest levels in over a year on Monday after the Markit PMI survey showed manufacturing production in the Eurozone rose to the highest level since April 2011.

How George Soros Destroyed The Democratic Party

In 2016, Republicans control both legislative chambers in 32 states. That’s up from 16 in 2000. What happened to the big donkey? Among other things, the Democrats decided to sell their base and their soul to a very bad billionaire and they got a very bad deal for both.

How A United Iran, Russia, & China Are Changing The World

The desperate search to extend Washington's unipolar moment has paradoxically accelerated the rise of a multipolar world...



Keith Neumeyer, the CEO of First Majestic Silver Corp returns to dissect the documented manipulation of the silver market in 2016, and the road ahead. As we post this interview, the stated US debt is on the cusp of $20 Trillion, Bitcoin just surpassed $1,025 yet silver sits around $16. But the hard numbers outlined at US Debt show that the REAL silver price in today’s dollars should be $1,005/ounce. Only the clear and present manipulation of the precious metals is keeping them from reaching Bitcoin’s heights. We also get an update from Keith on Silver One Resources, First Mining Finance and First Majestic Silver.

If You’re Anything Like These 3 Preppers, You Won’t Survive When the SHTF

by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper:
We’d all like to think we’re some kind of action hero. Ready to fight against the odds and survive whatever comes our way. The smart, intrepid hero or heroine who gets things done, regardless of the situation and the people around us.
But are you really?
Here some New Year’s Day tough love with three quick profiles of some preppers I know. Names have been changed to protect the guilty.
If you look, deep down inside, in that place where the ugly truth comes out, do you see yourself in any of these?
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Five Predictions For The Trump Presidency That Should Keep You Awake At Night

by M.D. Creekmore, The Survivalists Blog:
We can all agree that as president-elect Donald J Trump will have a lot to deal with when he takes over the office, and we hope that he does well and does everything that he can to bring the country back to where it needs to be, unfortunately, I think it is too far past the tipping point to be brought back to center.
The best that we can hope for is that president Trump will be able to cause a slow down of what’s coming thus giving us more time to prepare for what is the ineludible outcome that we will have to deal with and that is economic collapse, major terrorist attacks on U.S. soil, and eventual nuclear war with Russia…
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VIRAL VIDEO: Black Trump Supporter Mychal Massie: Thanks Obama for Making a Mess of Things and Bringing Us Trump

by Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:
Mychal Massie is a Donald Trump supporter.
On Friday Mychal posted a video from the gun vault room in his home with a cigar and Bible.
Mychal Massie: We’re clinging to our guns and Bibles. We’re clinging to them but we’re not clinging to them because we’re angry anymore. We’re clinging to them now because we’re thrilled and full of joy that we no longer must be concerned to the extent of the first amendment and the second amendment being taken away from us. So as this year closes we look forward to a president of these United States Trump. And we say “Yahoo!” Thank you Obama for making a mess of things that you have that brought people to their feet and to the polls in record numbers. So we can have a president we can actually be proud of.
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Waffle House Waitress Fired After Shooting Gun During Alleged Robbery

by Awr Hawkins, Breitbart:
A waitress was fired after retrieving a gun for self-defense during an alleged robbery at a Waffle House restaurant in Coweta County, Georgia.
The incident occurred around 2:30 a.m. Thursday morning.
According to WSBTV, “Deputies said the robbers gave a note to a waitress that threatened to shoot everyone unless she gave them money.” Another waitress, Heather Stanley, went out to her car, retrieved her handgun, and “fire one shot into the air” as the would-be robbers ran to their cars.
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Virginia Bill Would Take A Step Towards Supporting Sound Money

by Michael Boldin, Activist Post:
A Virginia bill prefiled for the 2017 session would remove sales taxes from some purchases of gold and silver, a first step towards encouraging its regular use as currency and breaking the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money.
Sen. Frank Wagner (R-Virginia Beach) prefiled Senate Bill 934 (SB934) this week. The legislation would exempt some bullion or currency purchases from state sales tax. The official bill summary reads, in part:
Exempts legal tender coins whose total transaction sales price exceeds $1,000 from sales and use tax
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Gold: Getting There A Little At A Time

by John Rubino, Dollar Collapse:
One of life’s hardest-to-learn but most necessary lessons is that things usually take a lot longer to work out than you’d like them to.
That’s where the sayings “Being too early is the same as being wrong” and “The market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent” come from.
A current case in point is gold. After the metal’s decade-long bull market, a correction was inevitable. But when it finally came, rather than being short and cathartic it was long and grinding, stretching from 2012 through 2015 and causing many who got back in prematurely to eventually walk away in disgust.
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Germany’s Gold Reserves in U.S. Were Only Paper Claims

by Peter Boehringer, Gold Seek:
That explains why the Bundesbank and New York Fed could never produce proof of the gold’s existence and why it has been taking the Bundesbank so long to recover its foreign-vaulted gold.
As it often has done before, Germany’s Bundesbank has released news at Christmastime to avoid critical examination and discussion, this time news about its repatriation of the nation’s gold reserves.
The repatriated tonnage volume reported — “approximately 200 tonnes,” bringing the total of gold repatriated to approximately 1,580 tonnes or 47 percent of Germany’s gold reserves — is OK, not spectacular. And this month there was far more important news about Germany’s gold, though it was overlooked.
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