Friday, December 13, 2019

Sweden Declares ‘Hand Grenade Amnesty’ In Attempt To Stop Explosive Gang Violence

from ZeroHedge:

On October 15, Sweden began a temporary amnesty program for anyone in possession of hand grenades or other explosives, urging the public to hand over their illegal arsenals before January 11, 2019, with no legal ramifications or questions asked.

Sweden has had a hand grenade crisis and issues with organized crime since about 2010. Combine the two with refugees, and the country is on the verge of chaos with violent crime exploding.

Sweden is supposed to be one of the most peaceful countries in Europe, but after offering amnesty to thousands of refugees, the country has taken a turn for the worse.

Pennsylvania: DOJ Opens Probe Into Roman Catholic Priests’ Sex Abuse Of More Than 1,000 Children

by Tim Brown, Freedom OutPost:

“All of [the victims] were brushed aside, in every part of the state, by church leaders who preferred to protect the abusers and their institutions above all,” the report says. “Priests were raping little boys and girls, and the men of God who were responsible not only did nothing: They hid it all.”

The Department of Justice has launched a probe into Pennsylvania’s Roman Catholic Church, according to the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. This is all after subpoenas were served to the church last week following a grand jury report that found Pennsylvania priests had sexually molested more than 1,000 children.

Trump’s Last Stand Against the Communist Take Over of America

by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:

In many ways, America is a great nation. America is an amazingly resilient nation. The attempted take down of the United States was formerly announced with the assassination of American president, John Kennedy. For 55 years, the subversive communist influences in America have been engaged in a covert operation to turn America into a communist nation. America still has fight left within her. It has proven to be a difficult nation to kill, despite the best efforts of the globalists.

Inflection Point for Gold – David Brady (18/10/2018)

by David Brady, Sprott Money:

After falling from 1369 to 1167 in just four months, Gold is attempting to rally now, having risen to a high of 1237 recently. But as I shared in my previous article: “There is significant resistance ahead that could stall Gold’s rally, most notably 1244, the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement of the entire drop from 1369 to 1167, and 1251 on a closing basis (1360-1184). If we close above the latter, then the bottom is likely in place and a truly historic rally has begun. There is plenty of upside from there.”

Homeland Security Warns Central America: “The United States Will Use EVERY Available Measure To Prevent Your Illegal Entry”

by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:

The migrant caravan heading towards the U.S. border appears to be growing in number by the day.

Despite warnings from President Trump to leaders of Central  American countries that he would cut financial aid if they failed to act, the caravan’s numbers are growing, having reportedly reached 4,000 or more people on Wednesday.

Following criticism from open border proponents who say stopping the caravan is a human rights issue that will inevitably lead to child separations, Trump took a hard line, suggesting he may utilize the United States military to secure the border from the large wave of migrants.

Nickel Prices Will Rise Even Without The Electrical Vehicle Revolution | Martin Turenne & Brian Leni

from Mining Stock Education:

At the 2018 Mines and Money Toronto conference, Martin Turenne (CEO, FPX Nickel) and Brian Leni (Junior Stock Review) shared why they are both very bullish on nickel as a commodity.  This interview is a must-listen for investors wanting to understand the fundamental case for a rising nickel price.  Martin and Brian also discuss the investment value proposition of FPX Nickel (TSX-V: FPX) giving investors an introduction to the company.

COMEX DATA/CLOSING FINANCIAL NUMBERS + MAJOR STORIES OF THE DAY

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by Harvey Organ, Harvey Organ Blog:

GOLD: $1227.20 UP $2.80 (COMEX TO COMEX CLOSINGS)

Silver: $14.58 DOWN 6 CENTS (COMEX TO COMEX CLOSING)

Closing access prices:

Gold : 1226.00

silver: $14.57