According to the FBI the supposed Orlando shooter, Omar Mateen, entering the club around 02:00 AM and began his killing spree. However, as Judge Andrew Napolitano points out in this clip, that story — the story based off of the unredacted FBI transcript released Monday — doesn’t just directly contradict eye witness testimony, but the FBI’s official narrative itself!
If the source is corrupt, the data must be as well.
The nature of counterintuitive silver price action, secondary to ongoing, and blatant price manipulation lends itself to the swirling dreams of conspiracy and encourage those who choose to ignore the trail of bodies left behind by the powers that be.
Whether it’s daily volume, open interest, or warehouse data released by the CME…
…Or the dry, granular electronic schedules submitted by the largest traders and compiled by the CFTC for public consumption – the Weekly CoT Report.
Just a quick note on this referendum as we are in the final minutes of the voting. My sister’s friend is in the army. They came over for dinner tonight and he was asking about the vote and what my thoughts were. I then returned the question and he had said that 90% of the lads in his camp, which are in the hundreds, were all voting to leave. Their reasoning, in a British army camp of lads aged between 18 and 35, was because they don’t believe they should be getting webbed up in wars that we shouldn’t be fighting. He said they pretty much all can agree on the fact that the wars are dictated by Washington, via Brussels, and what they say goes and its not something they support. These were his words and I have to agree. – A British friend of the Shadow of Truth
The elitists had a lot to lose if the BREXIT referendum succeeded. Just like AP declared Hillary the nominee did BEFORE the Calif primary, the WSJ sent out an online article yesterday afternoon saying the REMAIN vote had won. But this last-gasp attempt to rig the vote failed.
While the myth of ‘American exceptionalism’ continues to plague the thoughts of politicians and TV infotainment “news” channels, it behooves us to recall some actual things in which America excels.
Military spending, arms sales, prescription drug use and obesity rates are some of the more notorious ones, but no country comes close to the number of people America puts in prison. With 5 percent of the world’s population, the United States holds 20 percent of the world’s prisoners.
The roulette game all started in the fall of 2014, about 2 years after Chairman Xi Jinping came to power and became the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China.
Xi Jinping had campaigned for socialist economic reform, including a sweeping anti-corruption drive, cutting excess production capacity, tightening of housing credit, and clamping down on gaming in Macau. Public feedback was initially positive. However, largely as a result of those policies, Beijing was facing an increasingly grim economic growth outlook which was the worst in more than two decades*. Manufacturing activity in China slowed along with the global economy and the construction sector stagnated.
In remarks following England’s historic vote to exit – Brexit — from the European Union, the head of the UK Independence Party, Nigel Farage, who has fought for Brexit for decades, said “the EU’s failing, the EU’s dying, I hope we’ve knocked the first brick out of the wall.”
Farage, a member of the European Parliament since 2010, also said the next step is to set up a Brexit government in England – Prime Minister David Cameron announced his pending resignation following the vote – and proposed that June 23 become a national bank holiday, “and we will call it Independence Day.”
“An opinion poll in the Netherlands said that a majority there now want to leave,” said Nigel Farage in a speech today, covered by numerous media (and video here from RT). “So we may well be close, perhaps, to a Nexit. And similarly in Denmark, a majority there are in favor of leaving. So we could be quite close to Dexit. I’m told the same may apply to Sweden, and perhaps Austria, and perhaps even Italy too.”
Piece by piece, the government is dismantling the Bill of Rights. The latest blow came this week when a federal district court in Virginia ruled that a defendant has no “reasonable expectation of privacy” in regard to his or her personal computer, the modern equivalent of papers and effects.
The ruling stems from the FBI investigation of Playpen, a hidden services site hosting child pornography. Playpen was seized by the government in 2014 and used to distribute malware to people visiting the site. The malware collected information from personal computers and sent it to the government to be used in prosecutions.
According to an amicus brief filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the government failed to use “scrupulous exactitude” required by the Constitution when it obtained a single warrant and used it to surreptitiously place code on thousands of computers. The warrant did not, as required by the Fourth Amendment, describe “the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”
Jim Rogers, financial guru and investor, talks to RT about the impact of Brexit. Apparently, ‘we all should be worried’ – Brexit vote could be the trigger for ‘dominoes to start falling’: boosting world economic recession, causing troubles for business and for people.
The Pentagon is now DENYING (6-24-16) Chinese “fire control radar” achieved “Missile Lock” upon the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis for four minutes in the Philippines Sea on Wednesday, sending the vessel to Battle Stations. No missiles were fired, but the ship remained at General Quarters (Battle Stations) for a considerable amount of time after the incident.
The Stennis and its battle group were deployed recently to the Philippines Sea along with the USS Ronald Reagan and its battle group, as tensions in the South China Sea escalate over China’s creation of man-made islands in that region.
The Spratley Islands are tiny islets about eight hundred miles off the coast of mainland China. China claims the islets, but there are competing claims by other nations in the area as shown in the graphic below:
After being attacked by a stranger in her North Carolina home, Top Gun actress Kelly McGilllis responded by getting a gun and a concealed carry weapons permit.
The 58-year-old actress says she is “armed and ready” the next time someone enters her home with bad intentions again.
According to TheWrap, McGillis was attacked in her Hendersonville home on June 17.
“I’m still a bit shook up and struggling with some residual fear,” McGillis wrote in a Facebook post the following day. “I do have an alarm. I was complacent and didn’t set it after living here four years and having nothing happen.”
Do the Experts Know Anything? … This has been a terrible day for experts. Economic professionals were overwhelmingly of the opinion that leaving the European Union would hurt the United Kingdom. And until a few hours ago, the consensus of public opinion experts — at least if one uses prediction markets as a proxy — was that voters would in the end decide to stay in the EU. Didn’t work out that way, did it? Brexit won. Take that, experts! – Bloomberg
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 age, going wherever the need for his services is the most acute.