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CLOSE TO NEW GOLD STANDARD? Australia Exports Record Amount Of Gold To China

by Steve St. Angelo, SRSRocco Report:
Are the Chinese getting close to announcing a new gold-backed currency? Well, if the record amount of Australian gold exports into China is an indicator, it may be close at hand. While the Chinese have been importing a lot of gold from Australia, it reached a new record high in 2017.

According to the recently released data by the Australian Government June 2017 Resources and Energy Quarterly, Australia exported more gold to Hong Kong and China during the first quarter of 2017 than any other quarter in history.

Australian gold exports to Hong Kong and China were 54{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528} higher Q1 2017 versus the same quarter last year:

The PullBack Is Over (For Now): Cryptocurrencies Gain $28 Billion & Nearly A 50{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528} Gain In The Last 48 Hours

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by Jeff Berwick, The Dollar Vigilante:
So much for the cryptocurrency correction. Two days ago when bitcoin hit nearly $1,800 and the market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies nearly touched $60 billion, I wrote in my article entitled, “Coinpocalypse”, “I am now thinking it has dropped enough to start wading back in.”

And, it appears I nailed it almost down to the minute. As soon as that article went live, the cryptocurrencies began staging a comeback. And they continue to do so as we speak.

The total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies increased from $60 billion to currently $88 billion for a nearly 50{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528} gain in just the last 48 hours.

Jeff Sessions Moves to Make it Easier for Government to Steal Property of Innocent American Citizens

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by Michael Krieger, Liberty Blitzkrieg:
Civil asset forfeiture has been a key topic here at Liberty Blitzkrieg over the years for one very obvious reason. The practice has absolutely no place in any halfway humane and decent civilization. The fact that this barbaric, authoritarian practice somehow has legal protection in these United States says so much about the state of the nation and the level of thuggishness we’re willing to put up with as a people.

For new readers who aren’t familiar with the subject, here’s a quick refresher:

Asset forfeiture is a disputed practice that allows law enforcement officials to permanently take money and goods from individuals suspected of crime. There is little disagreement among lawmakers, authorities and criminal justice reformers that “no criminal should be allowed to keep the proceeds of their crime.” But in many cases, neither a criminal conviction nor even a criminal charge is necessary — under forfeiture laws in most states and at the federal level, mere suspicion of wrongdoing is enough to allow police to seize items permanently.

This Could Be Bitcoin’s “Mainstream Moment”

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by Greg Wilson, Casey Research:
On August 9, 1995, the internet had its “mainstream moment.”

That’s when Netscape held its initial public offering (IPO) and released its web browser, Netscape Navigator, to the world.

At that point, the internet had already been around for 15 years.

Yet despite being one of the greatest inventions in history, the world was slow to adopt it. In 1995, only 0.3{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528} of the world’s population used the internet.

The internet needed a catalyst. And looking back, it was Netscape.

The numbers back it up.

Scientists Turn Docile Mice Into Super Aggressive Alphas With Brain Stimulation

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by Nicholas West, Activist Post:
Hacking the human brain to enhance performance seems to be the ultimate dream of technocrats and their military counterparts.

We have reported extensively about the various methods that the military is studying to design a future soldier that is able to carry more weight, run faster, need less sleep, and even become a super sniper without training. These designs range from technical engineering to pharmacological, genetic, and to outright mind control via brain implant.

In a previous article I speculated that without proper ethical parameters these developments very well could herald a new type of global arms race of developing super humans, which naturally would begin to emerge on the battlefield.

VIDEO: THE MOST INSPIRING THING YOU’LL SEE THIS WEEK IS ‘STORM,’ THE DOG, SAVING A BABY DEER

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by Claire Bernish, The Daily Sheeple:
“Bring him in, bring him in,” owner Mark Freeley can be heard on cellphone video, coaching his English Golden Retriever, Storm, who sprinted into Long Island Sound to save a drowning baby deer — garnering hero status the very second video was posted online.

“Storm just plunged into the water and started swimming out to the fawn, grabbed it by the neck, and started swimming to shore,” Freeley told People Magazine — noting ‘even he was surprised by his dog’s behavior.’

Apparently so worried for the suffering animal, Storm rushed into the waters off Port Jefferson, New York, grabbed the deer gently but firmly by the neck, and fought his way back to the shore — where the heroic dog ran with its patient far from the water’s edge.

A Tale of Two Nations: Russia vs USA Economic Prospects

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by F. William Engdahl, New Eastern Outlook:
Taking the extraordinary USA and EU economic sanctions against Russia and low oil prices since 2014 into account, Russia’s economic outlook looks excellent going forward while that of Trump’s America looks bleak, to put it mildly. Paraphrasing the memorable 1992 Presidential candidates debate between a then-young William Jefferson Clinton and George H.W. Bush, “It’s the debt, stupid.”

In the past few years too many US economists and analysts such as Moody’s Credit Rating have tried to dismiss the economy of the Russian Federation as a near-bankrupt Soviet-era oil and gas-dependent economy, devastated by the 2014 collapse in oil price. This is a grave mistake, especially so as military calculations of NATO in many cases depend on such poorly-informed and dated judgments. Here are just a few select examples of what is really going on in terms of cutting edge and even bleeding edge technology R&D and commercialization in Russia in the civilian sector. The West’s neo-colonial smug arrogance has no place.

Why Won’t the DNC Release Evidence of Seth Rich’s Ties to Wikileaks?

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by Tim Brown, Freedom OutPost:
The murder of DNC staffer and possible Wikileaks informant Seth Rich continues to remain largely silent in the mainstream media more than a year after his death. What’s even more disturbing is the way the Democratic National Committee is handling the issue. They are failing to provide pertinent information regarding whether or not Seth Rich actually was the informant that leaked tens of thousands of emails to Wikileaks just days before his murder.

Alicia Powe at WND reports:

WASHINGTON – A team of private investigators demanded the Democratic National Committee turn over “any and all” information that could help determine whether there is a link between the DNC email hacking during the 2016 presidential race and the mysterious murder of DNC employee Seth Rich.

Breaking-Many Elite Headed to Prison for Child Sex Trafficking-Liz Crokin on the CSS

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by Liz Crokin, via The Common Sense Show:
Did you know that in Trump’s first 30 days in office, his people, mainly Attorney General Jeff Sessions, prosecuted 1,500 sex traffickers? To date, Trump/Sessions have prosecuted 3,500 child-sex-traffickers.

President Donald Trump issued an executive order giving the FBI extra power to crack down on human trafficking offenses.

“This should be one of the biggest stories in the national news. Instead, the mainstream media has barely, if at all, covered any of these mass pedophile arrests. This begs the question – why?” Liz Crokin wrote for Townhall.com on February 25th.

The numbers are “staggering” when compared to the less than 400 sex trafficking-related arrests made in 2014 according to the FBI.

Is your city SURVIVABLE in a collapse, civil war or natural disaster?

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by Mike Adams, Natural News:
As the editor of Natural News, one thing I fully realize is that the window of opportunity to reliably use the internet to publish information is rapidly closing. The easy access to information that you enjoy today via the internet won’t always function the way it does now. Police state censorship, power grid failures, EMP weapons, civil war, systemic financial collapse and solar flares all threaten the continuity of online information and could instantly break the internet as you know it today.