These Following recipes will help to reverse your Type 2 diabetes in 1 week, especially when these juices are combined with the Death to Diabetes plant-based Super Meal Protocol; and, you avoid eating pasta, rice, potatoes, corn, and processed foods made with flour, wheat, gluten, sugar, corn syrup, and partially hydrogenated oils (trans fats).Spinach and Celery JuiceIngredients:
3 Handfuls of spinach
2 celery stalks with leaves
1 green apple
1 cucumber (optional)Directions:
Wash and peel the carrot and green apple and remove the apple seeds. Juice the carrot and green apple together with spinach and celery.
We have been quoting Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) withdrawal figures as the definitive indicator of Chinese gold demand. Last year, gold researcher Koos Jansen published a series of three articles on his website – ingoldwetrust.ch – demonstrating that as far as the Chinese are concerned the country’s gold demand is equal to gold withdrawals from the SGE. For the first of these articles see Shanghai Gold Exchange Physical Delivery Equals Chinese Demand.
The SGE rules suggest that once gold is taken out of the exchange it cannot be returned to it, but more of this later as US precious metals analyst, Jeff Christian suggests this may not actually be the case.
Eric King: “It’s fascinating what just happened in France with Le Pen demanding that the French repatriate their gold held abroad and put an end to further gold sales. I say ‘fascinating’ because here is what former French leader Charles De Gaulle said in 1965:
French leader Charles De Gaulle in 1965: “The fact that many countries, accept as a principle, dollars being as good as gold, for the payment of the differences existing to their advantage in the American balance of trade. This fact, leads Americans, to get into debt and to get into debt for free at the expense of other countries. Because what the US owes them it is paid, at least in part, with dollars the are the only one allowed to emit. Considering the serious consequences a crisis would have in such a domain, we think that measures must be taken on time to avoid it. We consider necessary that international trade be established as it was the case before the great misfortunes of the world, on a indisputable monetary base, and one that does not bear the mark of any particular country. Which base? In truth, no one see, how one could really have any standard criterion other than gold!”
What the recent strength in the dollar index means:
The DXY index is not the dollar; it is a measure of the dollar’s relative strength. The principal components of the DXY index are the Euro (57.6 percent) and the Japanese Yen (13.6 percent). The balance (28.8 percent) consists of the Canadian dollar, British pound, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc. Therefore, the DXY index says absolutely nothing about the inherent virtues of the US currency. Instead, it reflects capital flight from yen- and euro-denominated assets from regions where the respective central banks have hatched well documented schemes to devalue those currencies as the antidote to economic weakness. There are many reasons why the dollar may remain strong against the core components of the DXY. However, whatever virtues others may see in the DXY’s ascendant pattern, we see the potential for monetary chaos.
Wall Street is only one of several financial roach motels in what has become a giant slum of a global economy. Notional “money” scuttles in for safety and nourishment, but may never get out alive. Tom Friedman of The New York Times really put one over on the soft-headed American public when he declared in a string of books that the global economy was a permanent installation in the human condition. What we’re seeing “out there” these days is the basic operating system of that economy trying to shake itself to pieces.
The reason it has to try so hard is that the various players in the global economy game have constructed an armature of falsehood to hold it in place — for instance the pipeline of central bank “liquidity” creation that pretends to be capital propping up markets.
Security researchers have recently exposed a sophisticated new “military grade” malware program which is specifically targeting governments, academics and telecoms and, according to new reports, is suspected as being the handiwork of U.S. and British intelligence agencies.
According to security analysts with the Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab, which has been tracking the malware known as “Regin” for two years, the technology has two main objectives: intelligence gathering and facilitating other types of attacks.
Perhaps most notable, security researchers point out, is that none of the targets are based in either the U.S. or U.K. – See more at:
“Gold is the world’s most persistent bubble: 6,000 years old and going strong” - Citigroup’s Willem Buiter.
Dear Willem, thank you for that valiant effort. After reading a few thousands words of shallow propaganda we understand your “confusion”: our advice, if you want to understand what gold really is, read the following from Kyle Bass:
“Buying gold is just buying a put against the idiocy of the political cycle. It’s That Simple”
Because if there is a bubble that is even bigger and longer than the “6000-year-old gold bubble” it is that of human corruption, greed, and idiocy. And that doesn’t even include the stupidity of those who don’t grasp this simple truth. As for gold being a nearly worthless fiat currency, if you can perhaps first convince your homeland to return those 122 tons of gold it just repatriated in secret from the NY Fed in direct refuation of, well, everything you just said before you go ahead advising foreign nations what they should do, well that would be just swell.
The Swiss will vote on a referendum on November 30th that would ban the Swiss National Bank (SNB) from selling current and future gold reserves, repatriate foreign stored gold holdings to Switzerland, and mandate that gold must comprise a minimum of 20% of central bank assets. The SNB does not usually comment on political referendums. However, in this case it has done so quite vocally.
Why has the central bank decided to step into the political fray and oppose this initiative? What are its concerns? Are they valid or motivated by other factors?
Watching award shows is a dizzying, mind-numbing experience for most people but they become a truly revolting experience for those who understand their underlying symbolism. In my article about the 2014 VMAs, I explained how it was about “oversexualization pushed by music industry puppets“. Although produced by another television network, the 2014 American Music Awards were a perfect continuation of this trend. The same few artists got the exposure they crave by taking the stage and performing (those who are being pushed under the spotlight), we saw the same “celebs” in the crowd overreacting to mediocre songs (seeing Taylor Swift or the Jenner sisters dancing to a new single is a great way to get people to download it from iTunes) and the same message is ultimately pushed : To make it in the industry, you have to push the elite’s message.
A Swiss Gold Referendum will take place on Nov. 30, 2014 — just 3 days from now. Its terms prohibit the Swiss National Bank (the central bank) from selling any gold, require the bank to purchase gold up to the level of 20% of Swiss reserves and require that all Swiss gold held abroad be returned to Switzerland.
If it obtains a majority “yes” vote, it becomes law despite the objections of bankers and politicians. This would deliver both a demand shock and a supply shock. The gold market and central banks are whistling past this graveyard. They may be in for a shock when the votes are counted.
A Jacksonville sheriff fired shots at an unarmed suspect during a traffic incident on Monday, but will not be placed on leave. Officer J.C. Garcia shot at Brian Dennison as the latter was rushing his daughter home in the midst of an asthma attack.
According to the police report, Garcia spotted Dennison’s vehicle speeding through a parking lot, then through a stop sign before nearly hitting another car and driving the wrong way down a one-way street. Dennison also drove away from a bank machine when Garcia pulled up from behind, the officer claimed.
Garcia, a five-year police veteran, pursued Dennison’s green Ford to an apartment complex, where the officer opened fired believing Dennison had a gun, First Coast News reported. He diverted shots once he realized Dennison, 29, was unarmed.
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