Monday, October 18, 2021

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LATEST CARTEL BLITZKREIG, FABRICATED “JOBS” REPORT SETTING THE STAGE FOR SIGNIFICANT PRECIOUS METAL SHORTAGE

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by Andy Hoffman, Miles Franklin:
As it’s still 1:30 AM MST, I’ll reserve judgement on the title, and principal theme, of today’s article until after the June NFP jobs report five hours from now. Given yesterday’s miserable June ADP employment report – featuring a big “miss” versus expectations, ZERO manufacturing job growth, and a significant downward revision of May’s numbers; coupled with the nearly across-the-board declines in June economic “hard data” to date, there’s a good chance the June NFP report will be disappointing, too. Even if, generally speaking, the correlation between these two, putting it mildly, “statistically flawed” reports tends to be low.

If it is indeed weak – according to their rigged statistics, that is; it’s going to be very difficult for the Fed, which markets already give just an 18{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528} chance of raising rates in September, to continue purporting “economic strength” and “inflation fears” – particularly now that their own big mouths have catalyzed what could be the start of a significant market correction. To that end, Jim Rickards boldly predicted, yesterday, that by then, Whirlybird Janet will have already experienced the “ding dong, the Fed is dead” moment that must inevitably arrive; when she is forced – not by declining economic data, which she’s been ignoring all year – but plunging financial markets, against the best efforts of the Fed’s “open market operations; to admit the economy is declining, and concede its “tightening” cycle is over after 21 months – of only raising rates to 1{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528}, and reducing its $4.5 trillion balance sheet by nary a penny.

Major Imam Tearfully Admits on TV: Muslims Commit Terrorism, I Blame It On My Religion

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by Walid Shoebat, Freedom OutPost:
Mohammed Tawhidi is a famous Australian Imam who is loved and hated by Muslims for his preaching against terrorism. Recently while he was being interviewed on national television ha had a breakdown and admitted that Muslims commit terrorism because terrorism is a part of the religion:

An imam in Australia broke down in tears during a national TV interview where he discussed the brainwashing of a doctor who joined the Islamic State terror group and said Islam is to blame for such radicalization.

Wow! Liberals Suffer Meltdown after Trump Tells Putin “It’s an Honor to Meet You” (VIDEO)

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by Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:
President Donald Trump met with Russian leader Vladimir Putin Friday at the G20 Summit.

Trump told Putin: “It’s an honor to meet you.”

Of course, this made headlines on the left.
The conspiracy lives on!

NBC reporter Bradd Jaffy tweeted:

The Ugly Truth About the Minimum Wage

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by James Corbett, The International Forecaster:
And just to add extra salt to the wounds of those who are fighting for $15, those corporate mega-chains are increasingly turning to a 21st-century option for ridding themselves of the low-wage worker problem once-and-for-all: automation.

OK, here’s an idea no one’s thought of before. You know how fast food workers are organizing in the US right now to fight for a $15/hour minimum wage? That’s stupid. They’re still going to be just scraping by on a wage like that. So why not make it something that’ll really make a difference? Why not $150/hour?

Ghastly New Videos Show Stunning Descent Into Chaos And Anarchy As Bloodshed And Violence Explode In Venezuela

by Stefan Stanford, All News Pipeline:
The late June story over at the Washington Post warned us why Venezuela may be rushing headfirst into a civil war after a surreal and movie-like scene had unfolded for Venezuelans and the world to see: A police helicopter circling the capital of Venezuela carrying a banner that read ‘Libertad’, or ‘freedom’.

While govt officials of Venezuela confirmed that the chopper dropped several grenades on the Supreme Court building in the city of Caracas, leading President Nicolas Maduro to claim a coup was being attempted, he darkly warned of more violence ahead. As we see in the ghastly new videos at the bottom of this story, his warnings of more violence have exploded across the starving nation with one confrontation after another and bloodshed everywhere. From Maduro.:

“If Venezuela was plunged into chaos and violence and the Bolivarian Revolution destroyed, we would go to combat. We would never give up, and what couldn’t be done with votes, we would do with weapons. We would liberate the fatherland with weapons.”

5 Common Foods That Just Might Prevent Alzheimer’s

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from Off The Grid News:
Did you know that one out of three people over the age of 80 gets Alzheimer’s disease? In fact, according to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s, which is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States.

Alzheimer’s can creep into your life slowly. Starting with simple forgetfulness, the disease can quickly escalate to wreak havoc.

Instead of sitting back and hoping you are one of the fortunate ones who will not get this degenerative disease, fight it with the proper diet. In fact, eating the right diet cuts the risk of Alzheimer’s by 40 percent.
Try eating these types of foods:

Is Manipulation Partly to Blame for Silver’s Plunges?

by Mike Gleason, Money Metals:
Chris Powell: Futures Markets Give High-Volume Trading Discounts to Governments

Coming up we’ll discuss the ongoing manipulation of the gold and silver markets with Chris Powell of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee. Chris tells us why he thinks the regulators are so powerless, the troubling authority that allows the government to legally rig markets, and what might happen to the metals if and when this manipulation finally comes to an end. Don’t miss a terrific interview with GATA’s Chris Powell, coming up after this week’s market update.

Well, this week brought both good news and bad news for precious metals bulls. The bad news is that gold and silver prices broke down from their major consolidation patterns. Based on the technical damage done, the momentum and the short-term trend in precious metals markets is pointing lower until new buying interest kicks in.

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The Inevitability Of DeGrowth

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by Charles Hugh Smith, via Peak Prosperity:
Even though we don’t know precisely how the future will unfold, we know a few things about it:

Of the 7.5 billion humans on the planet, virtually every individual wants to enjoy a high-energy consumption “middle-class” lifestyle. As a generous estimate, 1.5 billion people enjoy a high-energy consumption lifestyle today; the remaining six billion are aspirants hungry for all the goodies enjoyed by the 1.5 billion—all goodies based on affordable, abundant energy.

Keiser Report: Trump’s Agenda (E1094)

from RT:

In this episode of the Keiser Report from Mexico City, Max & Stacy discuss the Democrats lobbying for Trump’s agenda. In the second half, Max interviews economist and journalist Guillermo Barba about Bitcoin, gold, and the Mexican economy.

How Google Rigs Search and Hurts Consumers

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by Michael Krieger, Liberty Blitzkrieg:
I’m sure all of you heard about the $2.7 billion fine imposed by the EU on Google as a result of its anti-competitive behavior, but not many of you probably know exactly what the search giant did to earn it. To shine some light on the topic, let’s take a look at a few excerpts from a recent article written by Silicon Valley antitrust lawyer Gary Reback.

Below are some choice excerpts from the piece, You Should Be Outraged at Google’s Anti-Competitive Behavior:

Before 2007, if a user searched for a product on Google, other sites listing prices for that product would appear among the general search results, ranked in the order of their quality to users. These “comparison shopping sites” were designed to identify merchants with the lowest prices. The more accurate and comprehensive their results, the higher they were ranked and the more traffic they generated.

CHRONIC CRISES NEXT FOR YELLEN AND THE FED

by Egon Von Greyerz, Gold Switzerland:
“The report of my death has been grossly exaggerated” are words that Janet Yellen is likely to utter within the next few years. It was of course Mark Twain who said it over 100 years ago, before the Fed even existed. Yellen has recently stated that there won’t be another financial crisis in her lifetime and she will most likely have to eat those words in coming years. We know that the Fed’s record of economic forecasting has been abysmal. They have never forecast or anticipated a single economic downturn. Here is what Greenspan said in 2010: “We didn’t forecast better because we can’t”.

Well there we have it from the master himself of both Fedspeak and gobbledygook. For over a century the Fed has not anticipated any of the major economic or financial events that have plagued the world. Instead of predicting these events, the Fed has actually caused most of the economic downturns or financial crashes.

The War On Cash: Australia Considering Chipping Senior’s Money To Stop Them From Saving

by Jeff Berwick, The Dollar Vigilante:
Ten years ago I wrote on my personal travel blog, “Australia sucks”. In it I detailed, “Australia seems to have more rules than any other country on the planet I have visited. There are signs outlining rules everywhere. I was even on a street that had a street-sign denoting that particular street as being an alcohol-free street. No alcohol is allowed to be consumed or even carried on that street?? I presume that even includes inside the houses on that street by the way it was written!”

I haven’t been back to Australia for years for this exact reason. It is one of the most oppressive countries in the world.

So, it actually comes as no surprise to hear that the Australian government is considering putting tiny identification chips in its $100 bills to track them and to stop people from avoiding extortion and “pensioners hoarding the money”.