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The World Government Summit 2017 just wound down in the UAE. Before all was said and done the globalists revealed a stunning agenda of big government, neo-socialist ideals, and even social engineering. The failed and failing institutions we’ve seen destroying our economies, values and millions of people’s lives is audacious as ever. Here’s some short takes from the conference.
When billionaire Elon Musk took the stage in Dubai, the thousands gathered to absorb the greater glory of elites assembled there crooned at his prophesies of humans merging with machines. The engineers of the new liberal empire seek to engineer it all you see. But Elon Musk was the most reasonable and pragmatic of the business leaders assembled, I assure you. Of course Musk was there seeking funding and PR for his developing technologies, but his ideas on universal incomes and truly “sustainable” projects are stunningly logical, especially compared with other ideals expressed. In contrast, Klaus Schwab, founder and chairman of the World Economic Forum in Davos, told attendees that governments should promote his vision! Yes, Schwab said the world needs a global regulatory regime, and he went on to say:
Another invasive option is to go for a bypass surgery, which sometimes makes them die faster due to complications which many times we hear due to infections.
Is that so? I am not a heart surgeon but I think an impaired cell repair that results in the newly sewn artery does not adhere as it should to the heart artery can be one the cause of the complications.
According to official US economic data, the US Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has expanded for 22 quarters, raising real GDP 12.1% above its high prior to the 2008-09 economic contraction. Yet, US manufacturing output and US industrial production have not recovered to their pre-contraction high.
So what is driving the real GDP growth? In my opinion, the rise in real GDP is an illusion produced by the under-measurement of inflation.
As I have reported on many occasions, John Williams of shadowstats.com has concluded that changes in the way that the government approaches the measurement of inflation has, in effect, defined inflation away.
This market (“Dow 30,000”) assures Fed rate hikes.
The two-year US Treasury yield just shot through 1.33%, the highest since June 2009, when it had briefly spiked from 1% to 1.42%. And that had been the highest since November 2008. It eventually hit a low of 0.16% in September 2011 (via Trading Economics):
from Harvey Organ:
In silver, the total open interest ROSE by 2,246 contracts UP to 199,985 with respect to YESTERDAY’S TRADING. In ounces, the OI is still represented by just less THAN 1 BILLION oz i.e. 0.9999 BILLION TO BE EXACT or 143% of annual global silver production (ex Russia & ex China).
FOR THE NEW FRONT MARCH MONTH: THEY FILED: 289 NOTICE(S) FOR 1,445,000 OZ OF SILVER
In gold, the total comex gold FELL BY 5,239 contracts WITH THE FALL IN THE PRICE GOLD ($3.70 with YESTERDAY’S trading ).The total gold OI stands at 440,842 contracts.
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In November 2016, a number of NGO’s were revealed by independent European news source GEFIRA to be smuggling migrants from the northern coast of Africa across the Mediterranean into the EU using a ramshackle fleet of ships. Research by Disobedient Media shows that a number of the organizations sponsoring ships in the armada are funded in part by Hillary Clinton donors and organizations run by billionaire George Soros. The actions taken by sponsors of ships in the fleet may be illegal under EU law and possibly run the risk of aiding ISIS operatives hiding among the migrant population.
The controversy surrounding Jeff Sessions’ contact with the Russian ambassador is a “nothing-burger,” Sen. Ted Cruz said on Thursday.
“What we are seeing is a lot of political theater,” Cruz told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
“Could Jeff have been more clear in what he said? Yes. I think that was unfortunate. Context matters a lot. Jeff was being asked about the Trump campaign communicating with the Russians. I think he understood that he was answering in that capacity and that is perfectly understandable.”
Cruz also said meeting with foreign ambassadors is part of a senator’s job.
“And so I think everyone is getting worked up because it’s a chance to beat up the attorney general and a chance to beat up the president.”
Moonlight won the Best Picture and Best supporting actor in the 2017 Oscars. What was it about?
A stereotypical community filled with crackheads, a homosexual wank on the beach and the African-American usual tour of a prison facility at one time in their lives. The female roles in this film also left a lot to be desired. The drug addict neglectful mother and a sex scene with a woman bent over a table, knocked up from behind with her face turned away from the camera, accompanied by squishing sounds that objectified the female role in sexuality as nothing more than tension relief. All that was missing was an abortion clinic. Aren’t African-Americans getting rather tired of being depicted as the dregs of society?
A long-awaited revival is under way in this beleaguered Central Appalachia community where residents see coal as the once and future king.
Trucks are running again. Miners working seven days a week cannot keep up with current demand. Coal mines, long dormant after the industry’s collapse, are now buzzing again with antlike activity.
“We load coal every day for the power plant in Virginia City,” explained Rick, a long-time supervisor for a major local operation who did not want to give his last name. “There’s one shipment a week for Georgia Power, and one for Tennessee Eastman.”
The past month has seen a resurgence of the coal industry that once formed the backbone of the region’s economy, and locals credit President Trump’s aggressive, pro-energy agenda.