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How Did JPMorgan Reverse an Arrest Warrant for its Mexico Bank Chief?

by Pam Martens and Russ Martens, Wall St On Parade:

On Monday Reuters reported that “a judge in Mexico has issued an arrest warrant for the country head of U.S. investment bank JPMorgan for alleged fraud….” Details about the arrest warrant were provided the same day in a lawsuit filed in the Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York. The lawsuit explained that “…a prosecutor has conducted a criminal investigation into fraud by J.P. Morgan. Based on the preliminary evidence collected, the prosecutor recently (in June 2018) requested that a judge detain Eduardo Cepeda, the chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Defendant’s Mexican unit, and former J.P. Morgan managing director Miguel Barbosa. Upon review of the evidence presented by the prosecutor, a criminal court judge has found the elements of felony fraud in the amount of $100 million, and issued a detention order for Eduardo Cepeda and Miguel Barbosa.”

Texas Bullion Depository Open for Business

by Mike Maharrey, Tenth Amendment Center:

The Texas Bullion Depository officially opened for business this week. The creation of the facility represents a power-shift away from the federal government, and sets the foundation to undermine the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money.

In June 2015, Gov. Greg Abbot signed legislation creating the state gold bullion and precious metal depository. The facility will not only provide a secure place for individuals, business, cities, counties, government agencies and even other countries to store gold and other precious metals, the law also creates a mechanism to facilitate the everyday use of gold and silver in transactions. In short, a person will eventually be able to deposit gold or silver – and pay other people through electronic means or checks – in sound money.

Plunging Manhattan Rents Are Helping New Yorkers Afford Larger Apartments

from ZeroHedge:

Retail and consumer rents in Manhattan have been doing something unusual in recent years: They’ve been moving lower. And that’s helping renters think about reaching for that most important commodity among Manhattan’s rental community: More space.

As Bloomberg reports, Manhattan rental units with three or more bedrooms accounted for 12.2% of new leases in May, the largest share since Douglas Elliman Real Estate started tracking the data in 2011. Excluding renewals, renters signed leases for 767 apartments in this category – a 20% increase from a year earlier. Meanwhile, the median rent for these homes fell 5.8% from a year earlier to an average of $5,650. By comparison, rental rates for two-bedroom units dropped 4.6% to $4,295, while rents for one-bedrooms moved ever-so-slightly higher, climbing 0.3% to a median of $3,459.

The key word in the Trump-Kim show

by Pepe Escobar, Asia Times:

The Trump-Kim geopolitical reality-TV show – surreal for some – offered unparalleled entries to the annals of international diplomacy. It will be tough to upstage the US President pulling an iPad and showing Kim Jong-un the cheesy trailer of a straight-to-video 1980s B-grade action movie – complete with a Sylvester Stallone cameo – casting the two leaders as heroes destined to save the world’s 7 billion people.

MASSIVE RAID CALLED UPON TO KNOCK OFF VALUE OF CALLS ON SLV WHICH EXPIRE TODAY: CROOKS TO THE HIGHEST DEGREE

by Harvey Organ, Harvey Organ Blog:

GOLD CLOSED DOWN $28.90 TO $1275.80/SILVER IS DOWN 75 CENTS TO $16.50/USA INITIATES $50 BILLION IN TARIFFS AND CHINA RESPONDS WITH $50 BILLION OF TARIFFS ON USA GOODS COMING INTO CHINA./PAUL MANAFORT GOES TO PRISON FOR WITNESS TAMPERING/MORE SWAMP STORIES FOR YOU TONIGHT

FOLLOW SWISS PENSION FUND – BUY GOLD – “DON’T WORRY BE HAPPY”

by Egon Von Greyerz, Gold Switzerland:

Brexit, Quitaly and Grexit. Debt Defaults, Stock Shocks, Bond Bubbles, Properties Popping, Derivative Defaults and Banks Busting.

Well that is just some of the events that twill take place in the next few years.

But the world is living in ignorant bliss of what is coming next.

As the song tells us:

“In every life we have some trouble
But when you worry you make it double
Don’t worry, be happy
Don’t worry, be happy now
don’t worry”

Hollywood liberals now want you to accept bestiality. Here’s proof

by Jesse Russell, Life Site News:

June 14, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – In his recent heavily lauded film The Shape of Water, Mexican horror director Guillermo Del Toro chronicles the Cold War era love affair between a mute custodial worker at an American research facility named Elisa Esposito and a strange aquatic creature that has been captured by the American government. Throughout the course of the film, Elisa befriends the creature and rescues it, taking it to her home where she tends to the strange being in her bathtub.

Over time, Elisa oddly falls in love with the fish-like being and even has carnal relations with it.

TV POLL: 71% OF LIBERALS DON’T WANT PEACE WITH NORTH KOREA BECAUSE TRUMP WOULD TAKE CREDIT

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by Paul Joseph Watson, InfoWars:

Snap survey on Michelle Wolf’s show proof left wants to see America fail

A live TV poll taken on Michelle Wolf’s Netflix show found that 71% of the comedian’s liberal audience would rather peace with North Korea fail than see Donald Trump take credit for it.

The audience was asked, “Are you sort of hoping we don’t get peace with North Korea so you wouldn’t have to give Trump credit?”

Only 29% said they wanted peace with North Korea given the option.

British MEP’s microphone turned off in European Parliament for asking ‘approved’ question about Tommy Robinson

from Voice Of Europe:

British MEP, Janice Atkinson, attempted to raise the urgent human rights issue of Tommy Robinson’s secret transfer from a safe prison to a highly dangerous prison at today’s ENF group.

Her microphone was cut (video fragment at the bottom) and abuse hurled at her by Conservative MEP, Ashley Fox, before she was able to get past her introductory statements. Janice describes today’s event here:

Today my ENF group, through our secretariat, tabled a request to raise an urgent human rights issue. It was approved by the president and I was called to speak before voting.