FINALLY — INVESTIGATORS UNCOVER KREMLIN CONNECTION IN 2016 US ELECTION!
The Putin Government gave John Podesta 35 millions dollars (1 billion rubles) while he advised Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
I did a search for a Congressional Motto for the US and came up empty.
In the wake of a Republican sellout to Comcast, ATT, and Verizon, a slogan is badly needed.
I propose “To Rob and Plunder“.
Yesterday, the Republican House passed a bill that allows internet providers from selling nearly everything you do to the highest bidder.
“Above all, the Globalist elite considers the human being is nothing more than a biological machine—a machine that is badly programmed, desperately in need of a complete overhaul and restructuring at the level of mind.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)
Over the years, I have written much about Globalism. During the 2016 US presidential election, Donald Trump spoke of it often, and in derogatory terms. He brought back, for the public, the concept, which had receded from press coverage. You could say he let the cat out of the bag.
Last week we wrote about Russia finally completing its alternative payment system that now makes it virtually invulnerable to any economic warfare performed by the U.S. through the global SWIFT system. In fact, it has been this exact type of sanction that has stifled economies in Iran, Iraq, North Korea, and even the former Soviet Union during the Cold War.
But while on the surface Russia has indicated that their primary purpose for implementing their new payment system was to defend against the U.S. cutting them off from access to dollars through SWIFT, the fact that they have created several different new economic coalitions over the past five years means that the now have the power to do even more than just protect against U.S. economic aggression.
The American public is so stupid, has no agency, that Russian President Putin can manipulate them so easily during a US election.
Russiagate is falling apart and US lawmakers are scrambling to find any strand of evidence, however flimsy, that Russia interfered in the US election.
We even have “Little” Marco Rubio going in front of Congress to say he was hacked by Russia just yesterday. I was hacked by Russia 5 minutes ago. I am sure, you the reader, was also hacked by Russia these last few days as well.
Recent progress made in streamlining trade in local currencies has brought Moscow and Beijing closer to creating a financial architecture that could facilitate transactions in gold.
As we reported last week, Moscow and Beijing took another step towards de-dollarization with the opening of a yuan clearing bank in Russia. And earlier this month Russia’s Central Bank opened its first-ever foreign branch in Beijing to allow for better communication between Russian and Chinese financial authorities.
The Mainstream media continues to delude the public into believing cheap shale oil production will make the United States energy independent. We now see articles suggesting that Americans will no longer need to rely upon the Middle East or OPEC for our future oil supply when all we need to do is ramp up our domestic shale oil production. Unfortunately, its not that simple or easy.
Matter-a-fact, the United States will never become energy independent because domestic shale oil production suffers from seriously high annual decline rates. What does that mean? That means, every year the top shale oil fields lose a massive amount of oil production, which can only grow by adding an even higher amount of new oil production… via a tremendous amount of drilling.
A disturbing video out of Saudi Arabia shows a man with a stick literally herding veiled young Muslim women with a stick as they wait for their male guardians before being allowed to leave.
The clip shows a man allowing some students to leave before he orders the others to return indoors by banging a stick against a mental hand rail. At the end of the clip he appears to strike one of the women on the head with the stick.
And why Britain should succeed in the negotiations
This is the week that Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty was triggered, and the two years of negotiation between the UK and the EU commenced. Following this period, the UK formally leaves the EU. It is the first time a member state is leaving the EU, so the procedures are untested and the outcome uncertain. But it is not the first Brexit, as historian David Starkey has pointed out. Henry VIII gave similar notice to Rome and through several Acts of Parliament between 1532-34, removed papal powers and tithes, and achieved his Brexit. The chief Remainers, his Chancellor Sir Thomas Moore and Cardinal John Fisher, were executed in 1535.
The US owes the world 453,000 tonnes of gold which is almost 3 times all the gold ever produced in history.
Whilst market observers worry about what the Fed will do next or the health bill, nobody sees that the the US is on the way to total ruin by running budget deficits for over half a century and trade deficits for over 40 years. It seems that the US economy is walking on water, and this opinion is fuelled by seasoned commentators like Ambrose Evans-Pritchard in the UK’s daily The Telegraph. In a recent article, he uses selective data to prove that “The American strategic decline is a myth”.
So here is another journalist who falls for manipulated statistics and focuses on the wrong things. For example, it definitely is not a proof of a strong economy that the Americans buy an enormous number of new cars which they don’t need. Especially since they do it with subsidised credit, leading to massive bad debts that will never be repaid. Nor are the deficits, falling wages, 23 % real unemployment and falling real GDP a myth.