Monday, June 17, 2019

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When the Deep State Controls Deep Thinking and Russophobia

by Phil Butler, New Eastern Outlook:

As citizens interested in policy, we can learn a great deal from the quasi-academic studies on Russian foreign relations strategies. A cursory review of any English language archive of academic papers on Putin, Russia, or even the word “oligarch” will produce a score of experts with doctorates who “know” exactly what Russia and her president are “up to.” My latest excursion into the knowledge vault at Academia.edu may be the benchmark for all future Russophobic genius.

In a white paper entitled “Putin’s Grand Strategy and US National Interests,” Dr.

Ebola Ridden Immigrants Is the Cover Story for a Devastating Bioterror Attack to be Unleashed On America

by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:

From what I have learned over the last six years, and in combination with what I know to be true with regard to the importation of ebola positive illegal immigrants, I believe that a greatly exaggerated health crisis is being created in order to provide cover for a larger and more deadly agenda that will soon be unleashed upon the American people.

In the late 1990’s, Maricopa County Health officials came to my campus and asked for volunteers to dispense antidotes and vaccines in the event of a chemical or biological weapons attack. We were told that the volunteers and their families would first receive the antidotes. I thought it was prudent to volunteer and I subsequently did. However, not long after the formation of the program, the Federal government absorbed the program as I learned from a few meetings that I attended.

All Eyes on the Fed – David Brady

by David Brady, Sprott Money:

Gold and Silver have basically gone nowhere in the past week as the next FOMC meeting looms large next Wednesday, June 19. This will decisive in determining whether or not the metals and miners continue higher or suffer a pullback in the short-term.

Scenarios for the FOMC are as follows:

Uber Dovish: Fed cuts rates by 25-50 basis points; announces the immediate end to balance sheet reduction; plans for a standing repo facility where the banks can swap treasuries for cash; and/or a cap on 10-Year Treasury Bond yields at 2% or 2.5%, equivalent to QE.

Democrats Introduce Bill to Bankrupt Gun Manufacturers with Lawsuits

by Jose Nino, Big League Politics:

According to a ZeroHedge report, this week Democrats introduced legislation in both the House and Senate that would make gunmakers liable for firearms-related crimes.

This bill, The Equal Access to Justice for Victims of Gun Violence Act, would repeal The Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act of 2005 that protects gun manufacturers from lawsuits. Lawmakers from two of America’s most anti-gun states, California and Connecticut are leading the charge. Adam Schiff is one of the elected officials championing this legislation.

Lord Greville Janner ‘Violated, Raped and Tortured’ Children in the Houses of Parliament

from Humans Are Free:

Simon Danczuk, the Labour MP for Rochdale, said the Labour peer was a ‘serial child abuser’ and criticised the Crown Prosecution Service for not allowing the allegations to be aired in court

Labour peer Lord Janner of Braunstone is a “serial child abuser” who “violated, raped and tortured” children in the Houses of Parliament, an MP has said.

Simon Danczuk, the Labour MP for Rochdale, said he was appalled that the Crown Prosecution Service had not allowed the allegations against Lord Janner to be heard in court.

Democratic National Committee is $6.2M in debt

from Fellowship Of The Minds:

Bill Allison reports for Bloomberg, June 13, 2019, that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) “has a money problem,” which “could hurt its nominee’s chances of beating President Donald Trump in 2020.”

That’s because whoever wins the party’s nomination will rely heavily on the DNC in the general election for organizing, identifying voters and getting them to the polls. All of that will cost hundreds of millions of dollars by election day.

Bernie’s ‘Economic Bill Of Rights’ is a Near Duplicate of Stalin’s 1936 Soviet Constitution

by Dean Garrison, DC Clothesline:

Bernie Sanders, as many of his Democrat colleagues, admits to being “socialist” but don’t you dare call him a communist.

Is Bernie Sanders a Communist?

Consider the opinion of our President and this brief excerpt from a 2016 article by Joseph Farrah at WND:

Donald Trump has called Bernie Sanders a “communist” and a “maniac.”

Was he wrong?

You decide.

The Stories are Beginning to Exceed even the Gullibility of Americans

by Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Craig Roberts:

The past couple of days have seen interesting developments.  The US or Israel struck a Japanese ship with small rockets and tried to blame it on Iranian mines.  The Japanese ship owner put a halt to the false flag event.  He pointed out that the damage was above, not below the water line and that crew members observed objects approaching in the air.

In the New York Times, David Sanger, a generally unreliable reporter in my opinion, released what a person with my quarter century of experience in Washington would regard as sensitive national security information when he reported that Washington was puting malware into the Russian electrical grid.

Inspired by Deutsche Bank Death Spiral, European Banks Sink to Dec 24, 2018 Level – First Seen in 1995

by Wolf Richter, Wolf Street:

The benefit of NIRP: There’s hell to pay – even the ECB admits it.

European bank shares – which have been getting crushed and re-crushed for 12 years – are getting re-crushed again. On Friday, the Stoxx 600 Banks index, which covers major European banks, including our hero Deutsche Bank, dropped to an intraday low of 130.5 and closed at 131.2, thereby revisiting the dismal depth of December 24, 2018 (130.8).

Rockefeller Foundation: The Rise, Fall And Rebirth Of 100 Resilient Cities

by Laura Bliss, Technocracy News:

The UN’s term “Resilient” means anything you want: “improving mobility”, “breaking down structural racism”, “any social and infrastructural fault line”, “predictive analysis” and even weather forecasting. Thus, it is a catchall term for implementing the New Urban Agenda and the 2030 Agenda, aka Technocracy. ⁃ TN Editor

In late April, at a town-hall meeting in New York City, Raj Shah, the president of the Rockefeller Foundation, addressed the staff of 100 Resilient Cities. The nonprofit, launched by the philanthropy in 2013, has helped cities around the world plan for natural disasters and social shocks, especially the ravages of climate change.