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Rothschild Family Illuminati Secrets Revealed

from Mark Dice:

Gold Hits 5-Week High, Silver Eagle Bullion Coins Top 36M

from CoinNews

Gold settled up for a second session Tuesday, reaching a five-week high. Other precious metals also added to prior-day gains.

Gold for December delivery climbed $7, or 0.6%, to end at $1,251.70 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange.

“For the moment I think gold will hold near the key $1,250 level and a strong break above that could take it up to $1,275,” Reuters quoted a trader in Hong Kong. “Despite the recent rebound in equities, there are still some worries out there that could attract bids for gold. Weakness in the dollar is a major factor for gold.”

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The Truth About ISIS Attack on Canadian Parliament Building

from The Money GPS:

Benefit Of The Doubt

by Bill Holter, Miles Franklin:

The argument of “stock versus flow” has been debated from many angles and across many asset classes.  The most heated may be in the gold and silver bullion categories.  I’ve written on this topic before and I’m sure I will again but for this exercise I want to talk about U.S. stocks.

Zero Hedge put out a piece on Monday reporting that JP Morgan says liquidity has dropped 40% in the S+P E mini contract.  The study looks at “depth” of both bids and offers, this is now drying up, in fact, the ramp upwards was performed on continually lower volume.  Not exactly a confidence builder as volumes dried up out of, well, lack of confidence.  Without spending a whole lot of time on this, suffice it to say “liquidity is the blood of life” as far as the markets are concerned.  Without it or when liquidity decreases, accidents tend to happen.  “Accidents” in this case are when the markets move violently which affects a good part of the $1.4 quadrillion in derivatives.  Big moves in either direction can affect the standing of these derivatives as for every winner there is a loser.  The problem arises when a loser is so crippled they cannot perform (pay) on their losses.

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“Government-Sourced” Website Proves U.S. Depopulation Is Near?

[Ed. Note: is the 'great culling' about to begin? That's what Dr. Rima Laibow was told.]

from Susan Duclos:

Bizarre website shows US population drops 78.2% From 316 million to Only 69 million in 2025. Depopulation?

Cops Train Guns on Journalists After Shooting in Canada

by Paul Joseph Watson, infowars:

Police pointed guns at journalists following a shooting at a war memorial in Ottawa during which a soldier was reportedly shot. The incident, which occurred at Parliament Hill’s Centre Block, is still ongoing, with authorities searching buildings for the shooter, who is described by eyewitnesses as 5’9-5’10, overweight and wearing a dark jacket. The suspect was reportedly carrying a long gun.

“Police have locked down Parliament and Ottawa Police tactical officers have arrived, pointing guns at journalists and ordering them to the ground. Journalists were put into lockdown at the foyer in front of the House of Commons,” reports the Globe and Mail’s Josh Wingrove.

Wingrove sardonically tweeted from the scene, “Ottawa police tactical officers are here and very kindly pointed their guns at every reporter, ordering hands in the air and us to ground.”

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Cry For Me Argentina! A Tearful Inflation

from McalvanyFinancial:

Ottawa Shooter Idenfitied As Canadian National Michael Zehaf Bibeau, Whose Passport Was Recently Seized

from ZeroHedge:

Moments ago CBS News reported, citing Law enforcement and U.S. Government sources, that the shooter in today’s tragic Ottawa incident was Michael Abdul Zehaf Bibeau, born in Canada in 1982. One source says he sometime dropped the name Michael and went by Abdul Zehaf Bibeau. At other times he apparently dropped the Abdul. In a report from the Muslim Issue, Zehaf-Bibeau is said to be reportedly of Algerian descent.

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Blackwater Founder Remains Free and Rich While His Former Employees Go Down on Murder Charges

by Jeremy Scahill, The Intercept:

A federal jury in Washington, D.C., returned guilty verdicts against four Blackwater operatives charged with killing more than a dozen Iraqi civilians and wounding scores of others in Baghdad in 2007.

The jury found one guard, Nicholas Slatten, guilty of first-degree murder, while three other guards were found guilty of voluntary manslaughter: Paul Slough, Evan Liberty, and Dustin Heard. The jury is still deliberating on additional charges against the operatives, who faced a combined 33 counts, according to the Associated Press. A fifth Blackwater guard, Jeremy Ridgeway, had already pleaded guilty to lesser charges and cooperated with prosecutors in the case against his former colleagues. The trial lasted ten weeks and the jury has been in deliberations for 28 days.

The incident for which the men were tried was the single largest known massacre of Iraqi civilians at the hands of private U.S. security contractors. Known as “Baghdad’s bloody Sunday,” operatives from Blackwater gunned down 17 Iraqi civilians at a crowded intersection at Nisour Square on September 16, 2007.

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Shock Interview: Ebola Czar Says Population Growth Is Top Issue Facing the World

by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:

Since his appointment as America’s Ebola Czar it has been revealed that not only does Ron Klain have no medical experience to speak of, but that his position as the head of coordinating efforts to stop Ebola is just a stepping stone to something bigger and better. The administration says that they need someone with management experience to ensure containment operations are executed effectively. That would be all fine and dandy except for a shocking interview that has made its way onto the internet in which Klain is asked about the top issue facing the world.

It turns out that the new Ebola Czar, whose responsibility is to quash the spread of Ebola and save lives, is seemingly an advocate of population and resource control.

I think the top issue facing the world today is how to deal with the continuing growing population in the world and all of the resource demands it places on the world.

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Why We Hold Hard Assets II

by Henry Bonner, Daily

Jim Grant is the publisher and editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, a bi-monthly newsletter that he founded in 1983, around the time when bonds were considered some of the worst investments – when they yielded 13 to 15 percent.

Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott US Holdings Inc., often quotes Jim Grant’s description of government bonds as ‘return-free risk.’ (Rick sees US Treasuries as the ‘anti-gold’).

Mr. Grant took my questions on interest rates and the bond market – including Bill Gross’ recent departure from PIMCO – via phone from his Manhattan office.

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John Rubino – Taper Tantrum: Ebola Balance Sheets


We had our regular Monday chat with John Rubino today.

IBM’s disappointing earnings point to trouble on Wall Street. Perhaps it’s time to buy back a few hundred million more shares. There’s always a solutions for poor fundamentals, they’ve been doing it for years.

Eventually the piper is going to have to be paid and it’s not going to be a pretty site when the check comes due.

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National Day Against Police Brutality #o22

from WeAreChange:

DHS Soliciting Bids For Up To 34 Million ID Cards for Illegals

by Dean Garrison, Freedom Outpost:

The cat is out of the bag. Just because Obama has delayed any executive actions on amnesty until after the mid-term elections, it does not mean that amnesty is not going to happen.

Earlier this month the Department of Homeland Security issued a preliminary draft solicitation and gave notice of an official solicitation that is forthcoming. The draft estimates the need for at least 4 million cards per year (for five years) and states that the maximum number of cards should not surpass 34 million.

34 million? All I can say is wow!

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Who BENEFITS From Inflation?

by Manish Thatte, Gold Seek:

A good government and healthy society is one which encourages courage, honesty, values and thrift. Borrowing and living beyond your means is not a sign of a healthy society. It also indicates that something is wrong in the way in which the state is being governed.

What is inflation? Inflation quite simply is an increase in prices across the board for many goods and services in an economy. This is called price inflation.

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What Happens When the Dollar is Abandoned? — James Wesley Rawles

[Ed. Note: JWR joins the show at 8:25]

from The Liberty Brothers:

Today Something Shocked The Establishment & The World

from KingWorldNews:

Greyerz: “Eric, as you know, I have been working with the committee who is behind the Swiss Gold Initiative. Something was released today that has shocked the establishment. But first, the Yes campaign is for repatriating all the gold that is held abroad. They want to bring this gold, which is currently held in the U.K. and Canada, back to Switzerland. This represents 30 percent of the Swiss gold. We are talking about more than 1,000 tons….

The second point is that the balance sheet of the Swiss National Bank must have at least 20 percent of physical gold. This would create an instant partial gold backing of the Swiss franc. The third point of this initiative is that there will be no further sales of Swiss gold.”

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Ned Schmidt: The Gold Market Is Turning

from FinancialSense:

Running from the cure – 4 things you can do to prevent cancer

by Mike Adams, Natural News:

It’s October, and with that we are blasted with pink paraphernalia and special events (cancer runs) to help us recognize the growing problem of breast cancer. It is during this campaign that we also are reminded that the best plan is to learn how to detect cancer in the early stages, while scientists work feverishly on developing a cancer drug to “cure” those who are dealing with advanced stages of the disease.

It is this largely reactive and unnatural approach (waiting until you see signs of cancer, then dealing with it through pharmaceutical drugs) that completely misses the core advice that should be delivered to those who really want to avoid cancer, which is prevention of it in the first place.

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The Swiss Gold Referendum

by Jeff Nielson, Bullion Bulls Canada:

Regular readers are aware that almost alone amongst Western populations; the people of Switzerland continue to act and think like citizens — rather than serfs. Specifically, we see regular referendums where the people have sought to place their own best interests ahead of the interests of large corporations (and the Bankers).

They had a vote (narrowly defeated) to put a hard cap on “executive compensation”, which would have rolled back the obscene “compensation” which these Thieves steal from their own companies by as much as 90%. It would have also restored executive compensation back to the same levels it was at when there was prosperity across the Western world.

Limiting Executive Compensation: the Swiss Example

They had a vote (also narrowly defeated) to create the nations first “minimum wage” — at the lofty level of $25/hour. However, since Switzerland already has the highest standard of living in the Western world, the vote was largely symbolic. More than 90% of Swiss workers already make more than $25/hr — unlike the “WalMart” economies of North America.

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