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Clif High Web Bots: DOW & Gold $125,000 — Hyperinflation Coming

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17 comments to Clif High Web Bots: DOW & Gold $125,000 — Hyperinflation Coming

  • Scott

    Greg Hunter talks too fucking much and interjects his “emotional bias” to lead or persuade……from his CNN days obviously. He needs to shut the fuck up and let facts and logic speak. His guest is far more knowledgeable than he.

  • randy0302

    This is one of the best Clif High interviews. I didn’t realize Hillary had fled NYC after the election?
    She probably did this because NYPD has the entire Clinton Blackmail files with evidence very ugly crimes. Once Trump was elected she feared immediate arrest as NYPD threatened to do if Director Comey did not re open the FBI investigation.


    Scott,I concur, but not with such “harsh” words! Clif High is really great to listen to. Clif the Guru/clairvoyant all making us, sit up and take notice. “A Change is gonna come” ***** GR-8 interview *****

  • Windrunner58

    Hunter may bumble a bit during his interviews, but he does have great guests. From Cliff, to Gerald Celente, Rob Kirby, Jim Willie, Mike Pento, Bix Weir, et al.

    Sometimes you just have to separate the wheat from the chaff..

    • Eric

      He asks good questions and gets to the point also.

      • KRELL427

        Or one could watch Millicent’s silver guru Nancy Grace.

        • Millicent

          My “guru” is actually Glitter… just do the direct opposite of what he says and you will make out very well.

          glitter 1
          February 15, 2016 at 1:07 pm · Reply

          I will make a call here,then book mark it for later.

          December 2016 – Gold = at least $3,500oz/ Silver = at Least $100oz

          I will repost it in December,regardless of what the prices are. Providing of course the internet is still up.

          May 26, 2016 at 12:51 am · Reply

          Only a Moron would make speculative predictions like you did, based upon nothing…
          Did you conveniently forget what you said in your post?

          glitter 1
          May 26, 2016 at 11:16 am · Reply

          What I say is not based on speculations. Like I said, I know what I know and what you don’t.

          glitter 1
          October 27, 2016 at 1:25 am · Reply
          “I’m with Andy Hoffman & Bill Holter, I think it’s a stretch to think we get through the end of 2016 without a major conflagration of some sort.”

          • glitter 1

            Milli,Your “OCD” is showing again,

            Obsessive-compulsive disorder
            Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, ideas, sensations (obsessions), or behaviors that make them feel driven to do something (compulsions).Often the person carries out the behaviors to get rid of the obsessive thoughts, but this only .


            I don’t have to sling insults at you,Sean,the site owner has already.His Intellect nailed it with just two words: “Hey Moron”.Every time you make a showing here,it’s confirmed over and over.

            a stupid person.
            synonyms: fool, idiot, ass, blockhead, dunce, dolt, ignoramus, imbecile, cretin, dullard, simpleton, clod; informalnitwit, halfwit, dope, ninny, nincompoop, chump, dimwit, dingbat, dipstick, goober, coot, goon, dumbo, dummy, ditz, dumdum, fathead, numbskull, numbnuts, dunderhead, thickhead, airhead, butthead, flake, lamer, lamebrain, zombie, nerd, peabrain, birdbrain, scissorbill, jughead, mouth-breather, jerk, donkey, twit, goat, dork, twerp, hoser, schmuck, bozo, boob, turkey, schlep, chowderhead, dumbhead, goofball, goof, goofus, galoot, lummox, knuckle-dragger, klutz, putz, schlemiel, sap, meatball, dumb cluck, mook

            Let’s change the subject here for a second,the final synonym here on this list is “mook”
            Interestingly,Hillary’s campaign manager’s name is Robby Mook. Now isn’t that Poetic Justice or something? Just sayin

            Milli, I have nothing against you.I just call um as I see um.

            Oh,one last observation,anybody can draw conclusions after the fact,like after the headlines begin to report the obvious,such as Trump’s popular vote was actually millions more than the rigged electronic voting/controlled MSM would lead you to believe.

            November 13, 2016 at 9:33 am · Reply
            The popular vote for Trump was massive… They tried to conceal and rig it in HC’s favor but it was too much for the crooks to overcome. If there was a true accounting Trump would have won the popular vote by a margin of millions. That would have been too demoralizing for the Hillary clones so they had to make it look like it was a close race. The truth is that Hillary got her ample ass handed to her… by the “deplorables”.

            Great call there Milli,why don’t you post all my comments on the election results since 11/09,which were the result of Deductive/Inductive reasoning.I’m sure you have them all cataloged.

            Deductive reasoning is a logical process in which a conclusion is based on the concordance of multiple premises that are generally assumed to be true. Deductive reasoning is sometimes referred to as top-down logic. Its counterpart, inductive reasoning, is sometimes referred to as bottom-up logic.

  • bt

    That was so enlightening a protestant interviewing a pagan , temporal intellectual discourse at its finest.

  • d

    That is his style…and the CONTENT is great…trade offs in any thing you do…..imho

  • bt

    maybe if I comment at a lower level I’ll get some bites

  • Sayldog

    Anybody notice how Clif’s “wuwu” talk of coming face-to-face with the breakaway civilization falls in line with the recently posted Joseph Farrell “Meanwhile, in Antarctica…” article?

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