In part one of this article I explained my reasons for believing that the music industry has played a major role in the recent Orlando Pulse Nightclub Shooting. Specifically, I covered the recent release of two interesting songs by two of today’s most popular recording artists, Melissa Etheridge & Christina Aguilera, who also happen to be key supporters of the LGBT community and enthusiastic supporters of Hillary Clinton. My main critique surrounding these artists was the seemingly unbelievable fact they were able to write, record and release their music within seven-two hours after the first media reports of the shooting.
I went into great detail as to why I believe these recordings to be dubious at best and laid the foundation as to how and why this is just another element in a highly orchestrated false flag event. It is highly recommended that you read the first part of this article, posted on this sight June 21, 2016, before you begin reading part two. Part one can be accessed at “The Orlando “False Flag” Shooting: The Musical.
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.
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!
We are living under a fiat currency system. Essentially, currency supply comes into existence as debt or credit that must be repaid. The more our society grows, the more currency we need and the more debt we issue.
This allows for tremendous opportunities, but not for everyone. In fact, the little guy gets the short end of the stick every time.
The concept I am about to share with you will impact your decisions going forward. Economies work in cycles, and are affected by two main factors – productivity and debt. When economies are prospering, incomes rise, individuals and businesses borrow in order to enhance their growth, and the currency supply is increased. This, in turn, raises asset prices, creating a “wealth effect” – everything you own is priced higher. Everyone feels great. This is an exciting time for individuals who capitalize on the situation and are able to increase their financial situation and avoid debt. At some point, debt from new loans to buy houses, cars, education, vacations, credit cards, and business loans exceeds the rate of productivity. Debt increases at a faster rate than incomes rise, and the cycle reverses.
The entire financial world is a cartoon drawn by can kickers who are called experts. The thieves of our future should be rounded up and made permanent parties on “Naked and Afraid.” Clearly they are scared to death as to what is contained here. Their actions are so transparent they are naked. The visual of this is really awful.
Worst is what they do knowing their short term actions, will without any doubt, bring on the long term return to the New Normal Dark Ages. These experts and self-proclaimed elites are truly the Four Horsemen of the End of Days Economic. From MOPE to QE to EDE and the end.
If I was young or a strong 75, I would get out of here while I still could going to the best location of nobody in the middle of nowhere.
In this news brief we will discuss the latest news on the economic collapse. We look to see if things are really that different. The central bank will not stop at just confiscating your wealth they will want your life. They want to enslave the people.
Three days ago, when Wall Street was virtually certain that the Brexit vote would comfortably go in favor of the Remain camp, the best tell about the true sentiment on the ground had nothing to with polls, or manipulated bookies’ odds, and much more to do with our report that worried British savers are scrambling to buy gold bars and “stuffing them in safes at home, data suggests, as fears mount that a Brexit-induced financial meltdown could be just around the corner.”
To all those who did convert their soon to be far less valuable pounds sterling into physical gold, and in the process avoided a record devaluation in just one day, congratulations.
However, it turns out that many more did not. And as gold soared overnight, having its best day in years while cable was tanking, suddenly everyone else also had the epiphany that the only true money that preserves its value regardless of the stupidity of politicians or idiocy of central bankers, is gold.
Last week we wrote that the highly publicized dissent of German Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier against the overall NATO build-up near Russia’s borders would open the door to other weaker members of the Atlantic Alliance speaking up against the U.S. dictated surge of forces in Eastern Europe. As it turned out, we did not have to wait long to see confirmation of this proposition, in the form of Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Boyko Borissov remarks made within days of Steinmeier’s criticism of NATO ‘warmongering’ and ‘sabre-rattling’. In Borissov’s case, he rejected any combined NATO Black Sea squadron (naturally led by the Bulgarians’ former Turkish occupiers) against the Russians, bluntly stating, “I do not need a war in the Black Sea“.
“Longer term the implications for markets could be more serious. Investor positioning during the euro debt crisis can be thought of as the worst case for markets in the current conjuncture. It would require another 10% decline in global equity indices from here, for the equity weighting of non-bank investors in the world to return to euro debt crisis levels in a worst case scenario. Such a decline would also push the current bond allocation of 22% to above the 23% peak seen during the euro debt crisis.”
So ride your bubble of choice up–stocks, bonds, housing, bat guano, take your pick–but it’s best to keep your thumb on the sell button.
One person’s bubble is another person’s “fair market value.” What is clearly an outrageously overvalued asset perched at nosebleed levels of central-bank fueled speculative euphoria is to the owner an asset at “fair market value.”
But beneath the euphoric confidence that valuations can only drift higher forever and ever is the latent fear that something could stick a pin in “my bubble”— that is, whatever bubblicious asset we happen to own and treasure as a source of our financial wealth could be popped, destroying not just our financial bubble but our psychological bubble of faith in permanent manias.
Even as the world’s biggest fast food chain moves its headquarters to a $250 million 608,000-square-foot complex in Chicago’s West Side in the spring of 2018, McDonald’s intends to close about 500 weaker-performing, company-operated locations worldwide in 2016 to bolster profits.
McDonald’s spokeswoman Becca Hary confirmed the announcement, released just days after it withdrew its branches from Middle Eastern and three Latin American countries, in an email to The Street:
“It’s important to note that while we will have a net reduction in restaurants [in the US], the impact is minimal in comparison to the 14,000 restaurants we operate across the US. We consistently review our restaurant portfolio and make strategic decisions to better position our business for the future.”
On Today’s Weekly Wrap Up, the historic Brexit decision has come down. Eric Sprott discusses how the British vote to exit the EU adds another compelling reason for owning physical gold and silver in your portfolio.
Our Ask The Expert interviewer Craig Hemke began his career in financial services in 1990 but retired in 2008 to focus on family and entrepreneurial opportunities. Since 2010, he has been the editor and publisher of the TF Metals Report found at TFMetalsReport.com, an online community for precious metal investors.
Just look at the early 1930s and mid-1970s marking peak bubbles if you don’t believe me!
You’ll understand, then, why I smiled when I saw a Forbes slideshow called “The Little Black Book of Billionaire Secrets,” featuring the most expensive homes in each of the 51 states, including Washington D.C.
North Dakota held the honor of the least expensive home, at just under three million dollars, now that the fracking boom has burst. The most expensive home was not in Manhattan, but in Florida – Palm Beach – at $159 million.