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Elon Musk and Tesla Are the Face of Bubbling Stock Market, but Maybe Not for Long
July 13, 2016
It’s one thing for government agencies to promote “clean” energy. Many are immediately suspicious. But Musk’s overriding talent is to make federal authoritarianism seem positively sexy. He is the rock star of alternative energy. ...
UN Move Toward World Government With First-Ever Globally Televised Leadership Debate
July 12, 2016
The UN is moving faster now to become the empowered body of world government and this mimic of a democratic election is just one more piece of the puzzle. The Xinhua News Agency is the official press agency of the People's Republic of China, and we have no r ...
Now Media Celebrates Sanders’ Financial and Historical Illiteracy
July 12, 2016
The kind of socialism that Sanders offers is basically bankrupting Europe. Once you allow politicians to spend money countries doesn't have, the spending goes up – and never stops. When you give governments enormous monetary power, it will eventually be a ...
BoE Set to Save the Day, But the World’s Banking System Is Set to Fail
July 11, 2016
Dillian's article provides us with a good analysis, but neither article says what really ought to be said at this point: The system is not merely bad, it is probably purposefully so. After more than a century of furious central bank expansion, it is surely i ...
Election Narrative Solidifies: Trump is Racist and Media Demands Hillary Rebuild Nation’s Trust
July 11, 2016
Trump is a bigot, a racist and a buffoon. When the media does give him coverage, it will be mostly to reinforce those messages. Hillary is going to provide the drama. Will the nation fall in love with her again or will it continue to mistrust her. ...
Governments Are Authoritarian Monopolies That Cannot Encourage Social Creativity
July 11, 2016
Within this context, it is hard to imagine that government can do much to foster innovation. Almost everything government does, or wants to do, involves setting up additional controls to insulate the leaders from those they lead. ...
Golden Arrow’s Strategy in a Re-Emerging Mining Market
July 11, 2016
The Company wishes to announce that it has entered into an option agreement to acquire a 100% interest in the Antofalla project, a silver and base metals project located in Catamarca Province, Argentina. Antofalla hosts similar styles of geology and mineral ...
Increasingly, Soros Is Seen Behind the Break-Up of Europe
July 10, 2016
Is Soros behind Brexit too? He made financial bets that seem to indicate he believed Brexit would win. Of course, he’s also tried to confuse the issue by making public statements that Brexit was responsible for a financial-market crisis. ...
Hillary Won’t Hold Press Conferences Because Media Is Sexist
July 09, 2016
For Hillary defenders, the lack of press conferences is part of a larger strategy of self-preservation. The press is seen as invasive, and it’s questioning unfair and relentless. ...
Media’s Fevered Rhetoric Aimed at Gun Confiscation
July 09, 2016
The article finishes: “The country is now clearly divided among those who want the killings and violence to stop and those who don’t. In the words of the old activist song, which side are you on? “ Apparently Gopnik has forgotten that governments kille ...
TIME Suggests Another 9/11 Is Necessary to Re-direct American Anger
July 08, 2016
CNN is asking us to “close our windows” and not listen to people who are “angry” about the state of America’s politics and economy. TIME is hopeful that this anger can be channeled into some horrible, outsized event that will turn American anger in ...
The Secret Behind Trump’s Troubles With the GOP
July 08, 2016
Over and over again, the politics of the United States create a false narrative that serves no one well but the Pentagon, the CIA and a handful of vast military contractors. A more valuable and valid conversation would be one that dealt with the endless dest ...
CNN’s David Gergen Says US Well-Served by Diligent FBI: Is He Mentally Ill?
July 07, 2016
David Gergen, a senior political analyst for CNN and “White House adviser to four presidents," has written an editorial explaining why the FBI’s decision not to prosecute Hillary was “diligent and fair.” ...
Big Chilcot Report Clarifies Little About Britain’s Expanding Middle East Wars
July 07, 2016
Issuing the report does make the British government, which is growing steadily more authoritarian, look as if it were determined to figure out exactly what went wrong with in Iraq. It seems to be a democratic act, in other words. The idea is that people will ...
Brexit Is Blamed for Inequality, but That Is Just an Excuse for Top Elites to Strip Others of Wealth
July 07, 2016
We don’t really believe the top men at the City are concerned about a widening wealth gap. They are simply taking advantage of an opportunity to further consolidate wealth among a very few. It’s propaganda in other words. A dominant social theme. ...
Mexican Silver-Miner Makes $2.2 Billion in June
July 07, 2016
The golden bull must follow its path. Gold and silver both must grow stronger – until finally the buying fever sets junior miners on fire. Prices will go up - and up - until they cannot. And then the market will implode as it has before. This may take mont ...
Declaration of Hillary’s Innocence Jeopardizes FBI Credibility
July 06, 2016
There are many media outlets and individuals who expected the FBI’s clearance of Hillary, and believe it to be justified. But there are others – a good many – that believe the US justice system itself has been compromised. ...
The Fed’s Real Challenge Is Its Loss of Credibility, Not How It Handles the Next Downturn
July 06, 2016
Ten years ago, or even five, a mention of Austrian economics in the feedback section of a major daily publication would have been most surprising. But one reason that central banking has come under fire in the 'teen 2000s is because more people are aware of ...
As Metals Continue to Perform, Brexit Is Not the Only Driver
July 06, 2016
Bloomberg believes the gold and silver rally has to do with the uncertainty caused by Brexit. Not so fast. We’ve pointed out that some of the metals manipulations may have fallen away and that, in any case, the larger positioning of metals in the world eco ...
BREAKING: Hillary NOT Indicted, Ready for Presidency
July 05, 2016
This FBI decision will not just involve a probable Hillary presidential victory, it will also ensure that the sociopolitical instability of the US will grow. There will be a dramatic expansion of US debt, an explosion of regulatory activity and, most likely, ...
Warmonger Hillary Now Being Portrayed as Political Peace-maker
July 05, 2016
There is little about the US government these days that seems to conform to what many Americans actually want – less war, less regulations, less centralization of power. But this New York Times article is presenting the thesis that Hillary will be forceful ...
Faced With Central Bank Dysfunction, Media Focuses on Individuals, Not the System
July 05, 2016
India’s economic performance was in the hands of one man. Since he has left, India must search out someone else just as competent. It is a clever equation. The onus is on the man not the structure. ...
Private Prisons May Be Profitable, but Still Despicable
July 05, 2016
Guaranteeing minimum quotas of women and children to private prison vendors turns them into human products to ensure that the system remains profitable. But the human toll is real. ...
Brexit Pushback: Vote Has Increased Controversy, Not Resolved It
July 05, 2016
Grieve urged a constituent to continue to protest and “petition.” However, most of the signatures on a much ballyhooed petition to re-do the referendum turned out to be fake. Reports are that hackers spammed the petition with millions of signatures from ...
Hillary Clinton Did Not Really Jeopardize National Security, Despite Accusations
July 04, 2016
Barack Obama himself apparently received communications from Hillary directly and responded. Obama himself, therefore, participated in a security setup that is now seen as potentially unlawful. If Hillary were indicted, Obama would surely be her first witnes ...
Gold and Silver Continue to Sizzle as Timing Is Right
July 04, 2016
Gold and silver are having great runs now that the monetary manipulation has eased a bit. That’s our take anyway, following Deutsche Bank’s admission of guilt and willingness to testify against other metals manipulators. ...
More Fakery: The Ozone Hole Is Supposedly Healing But There’s Always Been One
July 04, 2016
The article adds that “NASA is keeping close tabs on the Ozone hole in the Antarctic.” If so, and if the hole is naturally occurring and will never “heal,” then NASA should step in and correct the misstatements of Professors Solomon and Morgenstern. ...
New Bio Evaluates Bush, Who Shouldn’t Have Had So Much Power
July 04, 2016
Presidents always attract these massive biographies. They can focus critically on even minute details. But such books rarely if ever question why a given president should have so much power. Nor do they note that the power to do "good" things - as they conce ...
No Email Charges for Hillary in a Series of Polarizing News Reports
July 03, 2016
Despite Hillary's polarizing personality and politics, and her fairly obvious malfeasance, CNN believes she is going to remain a candidate and quite possibly win the election. Whether purposefully or not, lack of action regarding Hillary will be seen by a te ...
Has Brexit Really Damaged London’s City or Will British Finance Benefit?
July 03, 2016
We're not sure that Brexit will threaten City business in the long run. Nor is the idea of "remorse" sincere. The top bankers in our view are going to use Brexit to further a globalist agenda... ...
Elite Jiu Jitsu: Brexit May Not Be Formalized and a More Centralized EU Could Be Built Rapidly
July 02, 2016
The Brexit Vote and Hillary’s troubles are being broadcast by the mainstream media, which surely means they are thematic elements of a larger narrative. Usually, in this modern era, reality is exactly the opposite of what’s taking place. ...
Guardian Survey Shows Major Online Abuse for Hillary, Other Female Politicians
June 29, 2016
The Guardian newspaper has reported on a survey by a Brisbane-based social media company, Max Kelsen, that shows both Julia Gillard and Hillary Clinton are recipients of major online abuse. The newspaper also cautions that public figures are generally subjec ...
Golden Opportunity: Post Brexit, Banks Around the World Ponder Opening the Money Taps
June 29, 2016
Start with the Bank of England. Governor Mark Carney acted quickly to provide liquidity by injecting £3.1bn into banks just after Brexit. Nonetheless, the pound dropped hugely and UK equities plunged too. The next possible step is a rate cut but the fallin ...
Brexit’s Modern Manipulation and Its A-Bomb Beginnings
June 29, 2016
In past articles we’ve pointed out the beginning of a new, elite dominant social theme: globalism versus populism. Brexit is being positioned as a populist uprising and so is Trump’s campaign. ...
Sociopath or Public Servant? Clinton’s ‘Trust Gap’ May Be Rooted in Her Personality
June 28, 2016
This recent speech by Ms. Clinton was an effort to rectify a growing "trust gap" between her and voters. It was all about acknowledging mistakes - and showing she listened and cared. But Clinton also blamed external factors. She pointed out that opponents " ...
Unusual Central Bank Criticism Isn’t Good for Solvency or the Economy
June 28, 2016
Globalist central bankers want to do the right thing, we read. But they are holding back because of the emotion of the crowd. The populists, in other words, are standing in the way of the globalist saviors... ...
‘Wonks for Hillary’ – New Program Just Disguises her Lust for Power
June 27, 2016
Like her husband, Hillary is fond of being portrayed as a policy “wonk.” It’s hard work of course as “wonks” tend to the engine of legislation. They are not interested in the glamour of government but in using the bureaucracy in creative ways to ...
Brexit Politics: Elites Set Up New Conflict Between Populism and Globalism as Chaos Looms
June 27, 2016
The mainstream media usually doesn’t acknowledge globalism as an issue. Like central banking it is simply asserted as a fact, as natural as the air we breathe. But now all of a sudden we are finding out it is a policy after all – something made by the ha ...
As Investors Look for a Safe Haven, Either the Dollar or Gold Could Surge
June 27, 2016
Goldman analyst Jeff Currie told the FT that purchases of gold might better be denominated in pounds or euros than dollars given that most of the Brexit impact will be felt more severely in Europe. The idea here is that more money will eventually flow into t ...
Brexit Economics: An Intentional Financial Destabilization of Europe?
June 26, 2016
The Economist thinks the victory of Brexit is a tragic split. But they’re wrong. They are also wrong that Brexit is “irreversible.” Brexit is not a given. And negotiations could take two years or even longer... ...
Brexit Vote Is Great News for Britain, but Difficult Times Ahead
June 24, 2016
We rejoice in Britain’s sudden freedom from the corrupt and authoritarian EU. We’re happy David Cameron is leaving. He did his best to start wars and shut down free speech, especially when it came to the Internet. But we can’t believe it’s that simpl ...
Neocons Endorse Hillary as the US Party of Empire Is Finally Revealed
June 24, 2016
According to Foreign Policy, Robert Kagan, co-founder of the Project for the New American Century, is going to speak at Hillary's fundraiser in DC’s Logan Circle neighborhood, July 21. Foreign Policy states that this marks a shift in the Clinton campaign b ...
In Surprise Analysis, Bloomberg Chronicles the Failure of Expert Propaganda
June 24, 2016
Now here’s an interesting reversal. A Bloomberg editorial that blows up a powerful dominant social theme – the competence of experts. Experts are central to the evolution of the modern, globalist state. The technocrat is the white knight of the modern ag ...
Trump Speech a Hit: Emotional Honesty May Be Pivotal to His Election Success
June 23, 2016
As with a good movie, Trump isn't interested in the plot so much as the feeling. And his latest speech proved particularly effective because it portrayed Hillary’s larger political philosophy... ...
The Real Reason Fed Stress Tests Aren’t Credible
June 23, 2016
Federal Reserve stress tests for banks are a fantasy. They don’t address contagion, for one thing. Contagion makes everything much worse... ...
Looking to Hike? Yellen Finally Admits Stocks Are Overpriced
June 23, 2016
"The Federal Reserve Says U.S. Stocks Are Overpriced … It’s the starkest warning yet under Chair Janet Yellen." It's true of course. But no doubt she has an ulterior motive for mentioning it... ...
Libertarian Party Offers Government Policy Instead of Persuasive Philosophy
June 23, 2016
The problem with the Libertarian party is that to be a libertarian means you don’t believe people ought to be forced to behave a certain way. But government is all about force. ...
Something Terrible Has Happened
June 23, 2016
Something terrible has happened. The “common wisdom” that people grew up with is fading rapidly. It's not comfortable or soothing. It's upsetting and unsettling. ...
Disband the Fed: The Most Accurate Statement Yellen Could Make
June 22, 2016
Here’s a question: Why is the Senate listening to Janet Yellen about the economy? It’s like the blind leading the blind. The Senate has no idea what’s going on with the economy. Neither does Yellen. ...
Speculation: Lagarde Is Out and India’s Rajan Is In
June 22, 2016
The head of the United Nations’ International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, is facing charges in France for embezzlement. If found guilty, she could go to prison for ten years. According to an insightful commenter who wrote to us last night, the Lagard ...
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