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Jan 07 05:51

Thanks, Fed, For All The Easy Money Buybacks

Jan 06 12:35

There used to be salmon as big as golden retrievers in the Columbia River, but dams killed them off

If you cast a fishing line into the Columbia River in 1920, you’d better be ready for a fight. The Pacific Northwest was once home to an enormous strain of Chinook salmon, with specimens weighing 70 to 80 pounds — reaching as high as 125. These earned a hefty moniker: they were called “June hogs,” signifying both their size and the season to catch them.

Jan 06 12:25

Rothschild funded both sides of every war

Trump is their boy.
https://philosophyofmetrics.com/how-rothschild-inc-saved-donald-trump-...

The Rothschild Dynasty makes money off of both sides of every war.

Interview with Doctor Anthony C Sutton on his research about the funding of Nazi party and of Soviet communists by a group of American and European financiers.

The Rothschild Illuminati New World Order Agenda READ: 1666 Redemption Through Sin

Jan 06 10:16

Deeper into contraction

Jan 06 10:11

Border collie saves flock of sheep from wall of fire in Australia

A hero border collie has saved a flock of sheep as a wall of fire destroyed farmland in Australia.

Jan 06 09:41

The US is being run by a government that no longer represents the people

DUH!

There is a disconnect between Capitol Hill and Main Street. Trump, whose rise was fueled by his message of taking on a "rigged" political system that failed to reflect the views and values of everyday Americans, understood and exploited that reality.

But the problem predates Trump. With gerrymandering as the standard and open primaries out of favor, politicians have tacked more to the base of their parties and away from the middle.

Jan 06 09:34

Three Ways To Increase Workers’ Wages

Jan 06 07:50

FTSE 100 bosses will have earned an average annual wage by 5pm TONIGHT, study reveals

Chief executives of FTSE 100 companies were paid on average £3.46million in 2018, or the equivalent of £901.30 an hour, while full-time workers took home £29,559 a year on average.

The marked disparity was found by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and think-tank the High Pay Centre. Companies in the FTSE 100 include Lloyds bank, Barclays Group and Tesco.

Jan 06 07:03

How Long Will It Take For The US To Collapse?

Jan 06 07:03

Beware The Stock Market

Jan 05 23:38

How Long Will It Take For The US To Collapse?

There are a multitude of false assumptions out there on what the collapse of a nation or “empire” looks like. Modern day Americans have never experienced this type of event, only peripheral crises and crashes. Thanks to Hollywood, many in the public are under the delusion that a collapse is an overnight affair. They think that such a thing is impossible in their lifetimes, and if it did happen, it would happen as it does in the movies – They would simply wake up one morning and find the world on fire. Historically speaking, this is not how it works. The collapse of an empire is a process, not an event.

Jan 05 21:14

The Fed Has Quietly Started QE4

Jan 05 15:31

This Is Great News For Gold

Jan 05 10:35

Insulin Prices Triple Since 2010, Leaving Americans to Ration or Travel Abroad for Affordable Meds

Meanwhile........

According to surveys, over one in four American diabetics ration their insulin, putting their lives at risk because they cannot afford the cost of constantly injecting $290 medicine into their bodies.

One such example was Josh Wilkerson, who died in Virginia last June, unable to find the $1,200 per month he needed for insulin on the $16.50 an hour he made working at a dog kennel. He was found dead at his place of work with a blood sugar level 17 times higher than normal. Others in Josh’s position inject themselves with dog insulin to stay alive.

Jan 05 10:30

An Eyewitness to the Horrors of the US 'Forever Wars' Speaks Out

In pediatrics wards, we saw infants and toddlers whose bodies were wasted from gastrointestinal diseases, cancers, respiratory infections and starvation. Limp, miserable, sometimes gasping for breath, they lay in the arms of their sorrowful mothers, and seemingly no one could stop the U.S. from punishing them to death. "Why?" mothers murmured. Sanctions forbade Iraq to sell its oil. Without oil revenues, how could they purchase desperately needed goods? Iraq's infrastructure continued to crumble; hospitals became surreal symbols of cruelty where doctors and nurses, bereft of medicines and supplies, couldn't heal their patients or ease their agonies.

In 1995, UN officials estimated that economic sanctions had directly contributed to the deaths of at least a half-million Iraqi children, under age 5.

Jan 05 09:46

97? Probably Nothing!

Jan 05 07:03

How the S&P 500 Gets to 4,000 in 2020

Jan 04 08:24

Who Towers Behind Trump?

By Michael Collins Piper

An inquiry into the background of flamboyant American entrepreneur Donald J. Trump provides some surprising insights into Trump’s path to power and influence, for the fact is that Trump’s rise to stardom came as a direct consequence of his having functioned as hardly more than a colorful front man for some very wealthy behind-the-scenes sponsors.

Everyone knows, of course, about Trump’s gambling operations and of the wide-ranging links of the gambling industry to organized crime. But the story is much bigger than that. In his own memoir, The Art of the Deal, Trump proudly described how in 1987 he bought his first casino interests when he purchased 93% of the voting stock in the Resorts International gambling concern.

Jan 04 08:17

It seems that the Rothschilds have been supporting Donald Trump for over 30 years

“In 1987 Donald Trump purchased his first casino interests when he acquired 93% of the shares in Resorts International. Resorts International has a sordid history which began in the early 1950’s when it evolved from a CIA and Mossad front company which had been established for the purpose of money laundering the profits from drug trafficking, gambling, and other illegal activities. On October 30, 1978, The Spotlight newspaper reported that the principle investors of Resorts International were Meyer Lansky, Tibor Rosenbaum, William Mellon Hitchcock, David Rockefeller, and one Baron Edmond de Rothschild.”

Jan 04 08:05

How Rothschild Inc. Saved Donald Trump

Cognitive dissonance is a psychological methodology where a situation involving conflicting attitudes, beliefs, or behaviors, are manufactured. The internal diametric which develops causes extreme mental and emotional discomfort, which further leads to one of the opposing positions being adjusted for the purpose of restoring cognitive balance.

Cognitive dissonance can exist as a natural process of mental and emotional evolution but is widely used in our culture as a means of socioeconomic engineering and transforming of mass populations. Every time you hear the mainstream media suggest Trump is “flip-flopping” on policies or issues, the concept of intentional cognitive dissonance should come to mind.

Jan 04 07:53

Fed’s Fake Stock Markets

Jan 03 22:30

China Banks Debt Bubble

Jan 03 22:22

The war wasn't about slavery, feat. Stonewall Jackson

It was about the Morrill Tariff.

By Mike Scruggs-Most Americans believe the U. S. “Civil War” was over slavery. They have to an enormous degree been miseducated. The means and timing of handling the slavery question were at issue, although not in the overly simplified moral sense that lives in postwar and modern propaganda. But had there been no Morrill Tariff there might never have been a war.
Prior to the U. S. “Civil War” there was no U. S. income tax. In 1860, approximately 95% of U. S. government revenue was raised by a tariff on imported goods.

http://www.thetribunepapers.com/2014/01/05/true-causes-of-the-uncivil-...

Jan 03 18:30

Operation Ajax (1953)

Operation Ajax (1953) (officially TP-AJAX) was an covert operation by the United States CIA in collaborating with the Pahlavi dynasty, to overthrow the elected government of Iran and Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh and consolidate the power of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi.

Operation Ajax Summary

Jan 03 11:49

No Sign Of Bottom Yet

Jan 03 11:37

The Fed Is Creating a Monster Bubble

Jan 03 09:57

Thanks For All The Mad Money, Mario!

Jan 03 09:47

BMO: gold sharply higher after U.S. airstrike

A U.S. airstrike that killed a high-ranking Iranian general has underpinned gold, said BMO Capital Markets. As of 8:11 a.m. EDT, spot gold was $14.40 higher to $1,543.10 an ounce. “Rising Middle East tensions have seen gold prices trade back above $1,540/oz early on Friday, close to September's recent highs, amid a push for safe-haven assets,” BMO said.

Jan 03 09:44

Oil Soars Following U.S. Killing Of Iran’s Top General

Oil prices soared early on Friday morning after U.S. forces in Iraq assassinated Iran’s most powerful and visible military leader, Qassem Soleimani.

Jan 02 14:20

Study Shows That THC Benefits Are Greater Than CBD’s

Cannabidiol, more commonly referred to simply as CBD, has been getting a lot of attention in the media and medical world lately.

Jan 02 13:50

US strategy and what the gas pipeline war is costing us

Although they were locked in a convoluted struggle concerning the impeachment of President Trump, Republicans and Democrats in the Senate laid down their arms in order to vote, in quasi-unanimity, for the imposition of heavy sanctions on the companies participating in the construction of North Stream 2, the doubling of the gas pipeline which delivers Russian gas to Germany across the Baltic Sea. The main victims were the European companies which had helped finance the 11 billion dollar project with the Russian company Gazprom. The project is now 80 % finished. The Austrian company Omy, British/Dutch Royal Dutch Shell, French Engie, German companies Uniper and Wintershall, Italian Saipem and Swiss Allseas are also taking part in the laying of the pipeline.

Jan 02 13:04

Hussman Agrees With Powell: It’s Not QE4

Jan 02 09:44

The Leftist Cult vs. The Trump Cult: Similarities And Differences

Some of the alternative media is starting to catch on.

Enter Donald Trump, a kind of artificially created focal point machine, a figure that is designed to absorb liberty movement talking points and then regurgitate them in an alphabet soup puddle on Twitter. This rhetoric is relatively effective in that many conservatives recognize parts of the soup and find comfort that Trump “must be on their side”.

I have outlined in numerous articles Trump's dubious background and behavior. To summarize, we often hear lip service from Trump on anti-globalism and anti-elitism, even though it is an undeniable fact that he has saturated his cabinet with globalists and elitists.

We heard anti-banker talking points from Trump during his campaign, even though Trump has a longstanding relationship to the Rothschild family and works side-by-side with Rothschild and Goldman Sachs bankers in the White House.

Jan 02 09:42

Repo Crisis for Year-End

Jan 02 08:42

Where Adults Spend Their Money

Jan 02 06:58

5 of the Biggest Financial Stories From 2019

Jan 02 06:37

Weakness In Business Investment Reviewed

Jan 01 08:51

As Americans Distracted by Impeachment, Congress Silently Killed Cannabis Reform—Despite Support

In case you have been under a rock, Donald Trump is getting impeached.

He is not getting impeached for invading countries on false pretenses, engineering coups to overthrow democratically elected governments in foreign countries, sending weapons to the largest state sponsor of terror in the world, or massively increasing the surveillance state—all of which is provable.

He is getting impeached over an alleged quid pro quo scheme to help him get reelected. As Americans sit back and watch the political theater unfold in front of them, the tyrannical and freedom diminishing gears continue turning with bipartisan support.

Case in point: on Christmas Eve, Congress summarily shut down cannabis reform that would have massively shifted the paradigm toward freedom.

Dec 31 20:25

3 Ways to Play the Healthcare Surge

Dec 31 13:25

The Fed’s Big, Red Flag

Dec 31 12:29

Stocks Are the Opiate of the Masses

Dec 31 10:50

This Little-Known Trump-Soros Connection Will Surprise You

We all know that liberal billionaire George Soros is a fervid fan of Hillary Clinton. The investor has contributed a sum of $6 million to Clinton's super PAC Priorities USA Action, according to campaign finance records released on Jan. 31.

We also know of Soros' distaste for fellow billionaire Donald Trump. In a December 2015 Guardian op-ed, Soros urged voters to disavow the GOP front-runner. And in a January 2016 interview with Bloomberg, the liberal mega-donor likened Trump's message to ISIS'.

But there's a twist to this tale.

You see, there is a Trump-Soros connection from the past that Soros isn't mentioning…
The Donald Trump-George Soros Connection

Dec 31 10:48

How Rothschild Inc. Saved Donald Trump

In 1987 Donald Trump purchased his first casino interests when he acquired 93% of the shares in Resorts International. Resorts International has a sordid history which began in the early 1950’s when it evolved from a CIA and Mossad front company which had been established for the purpose of money laundering the profits from drug trafficking, gambling, and other illegal activities.

The socioeconomic engineering benefits of mass population manipulation through means of drug addiction, gambling, and other vices, far outweigh those provided by money laundering alone. It can be assumed that money laundering acted as a secondary advantage in much the same way that the subjugation of the Chinese population through the spread of opium financially benefited the East India Trading Company centuries before.

Dec 31 09:30

Big Banks Turn Bearish On Oil Next Year

Dec 31 08:46

Estimated Earning's Dates for January 2020

Dec 31 08:37

Sanctioning The Butterflies

This picture shows an Iranian child with the rare EB skin disease. Often known as butterfly children because their skin is as fragile as the wings of a butterfly, EB patients are some of the victims of US sanctions on Iran.

The Trump administration has so far sanctioned approximately 1,000 individuals and entities as part of its campaign against Iran, CNBC on Monday quoted what it called another senior State Department official as saying.

“What we are doing is denying the regime the revenue that it needs to run an expansionist foreign policy, and by that policy, Iran has less money to spend today than it did almost three years ago when we came into office,” the official reportedly said.

Washington claims the sanctions target the government, but ordinary Iranians are the ones who suffer the most.

Dec 31 07:48

A "secular stagnation" in EM!

Dec 31 07:38

Pretty obvious how the New Year will unfold.

Dec 30 21:00

In One Map: Where the U.S. Economy is Built

Dec 30 19:56

The edge of recession?

Dec 30 18:41

Cats could lose $100m for Universal as audiences shun Judi Dench and Taylor Swift CGI flick

It comes after the much maligned star-studded CGI movie dropped to eighth place at the U.S. box office with $4.8million.

Internationally Tom Hooper's big-screen adaptation has taken just $38million after two weeks in theaters.

The dismal figure could result in $100 million in theatrical losses, rival studio executives told Variety.com.

Deadline reports that if Cats doesn't reach at least $100 million worldwide ($40 million domestic, $60 million abroad), which appears unlikely after the first two weeks, it will lose at least $71 million.

Those figures are based on the estimated $90 million budget plus a global publicity and advertising spend of roughly $115 million.

Variety estimates a $100 million budget and $95 million to $100 million for global marketing and distribution fees. Adding to damages, Universal issued new prints of the movie to exhibitors with improved visuals during opening weekend.

Dec 30 16:56

Is The Shale Boom Running On Fumes?

Shale drilling does not produce as much oil and gas as the industry promised, raising questions about the productivity, profitability and, ultimately, the longevity of the fracking boom.

The Wall Street Journal published a damning investigation into the productivity of thousands of shale wells, finding that as time has passed, oil and gas production from shale wells has proved to be more disappointing than previously thought. The report adds more evidence to the conclusion that the WSJ came to nearly a year ago, which raised serious questions about problems endemic to shale drilling.

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