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History is routinely made in the White House – and just as routinely destroyed as well.
And though it is criminal and indicates the larger crimes of the deep state, it comes as no surprise.
If these reports are any indications, the shredders in President Obama’s White House are busier now than they were even during the height of the Enron scandal – where reporters found evidence of document destruction by the truckload.
Given that the previous Bush and Clinton Administrations also engaged in a purge of damning information, there is every reason to suspect that the Obama Administration – which the president absurdly touted would be the “most transparent administration in history”
Looking at Obama’s last days in office one could not help but remember the famous line written by William Shakespeare: “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.”
It seems that only now the Obama administration has gotten hold of the fact that the Democrats have lost the election and they won’t be around in the next four years to boss people around. At the same time, the next administration is not simply planning to adjust the policies that were pursued by Barack Obama, it’s going to radically change them. Against this backdrop, the still sitting US President has changed the approach to his successor so radically that it looks like he’s in a static of panic.
The most striking example is the recent UN Security Council, where the United States, much to everyone’s surprise, failed to veto a resolution that would condemn Israeli settlements in the Palestinian territories. At this point, a Former Congressman and radio talk show host Joe Walsh said that Barack Obama must be a secret Muslim, since it’s the only reasonable explanation of the unexpected hard stance that Washington has taken on Israel.
We have a failure to communicate. The vast majority of the investment public in the Western world has no understanding – at all – about how to preserve and protect their wealth. Of the minority of the investment community with some understanding of wealth preservation, almost invariably it is a flawed understanding.
Understanding wealth preservation begins with having a detailed and correct understanding of “money”. Understanding money begins with correctly comprehending the difference between money and (mere) currency. Currency is merely a medium of exchange. It serves no other function and implies no other properties/qualities. What we have in our wallets is mere (fiat) currency.
Money, on the other hand, is a store of value – meaning it preserves and protects our wealth. A simple historical example illustrates this principle. Two thousand years ago during the Roman Empire; with a 1-oz gold coin, a gentleman of that era could purchase the finest suit of clothing: a high-quality toga, belt and sandals.
There is a conspiracy that is so widespread and so in-depth that Donald Trump has very little chance of forging a strong working relationship with Congress. This conspiracy is so complete, so very thorough that the presence of the conspiracy is ubiquitous. This conspiracy dominates several quasi-political organizations, which in turn have compromised the patriotism of so many key members of the American political landscape.
I have frequently asked the question, how could Congress support so many things that are so bad for the country that these politicians have to live in? If you have wondered the same thing, you are about to find out why in this multi-part series about how America has been conquered from within.
Through this multi-part series, I will demonstrate how American politics, socio-political think tanks, the entertainment industry, much or our post-secondary agenda and our national security state have been perversely compromised.
But bank stocks have skyrocketed over the past three months.
Citigroup hit back at Goldman Sachs, after Goldman Sachs had slammed Citigroup in September. Citi analyst Keith Horowitz, in a note to clients, downgraded Goldman from the already dismal “hold” to a rare “sell” rating, citing Goldman’s valuation. He said Goldman would need an additional $4 billion in full-year revenues above current estimates – which, according to Reuters, are pegged at $32.3 billion – to get to a return on equity (ROE) that would justify the valuation.