Saturday, July 20, 2019

The True Story Behind the October Crisis of 1970 Must Be Told

by Matthew Ehret, The Duran:

Forgotten Battles Against the Deep State part 5

On June 15, 2019 the strange fact was made public by Canada’s National Post that the entire 40 year CSIS dossier compiled on Canada’s most famous Prime Minister, Pierre Elliot Trudeau was destroyed by Canada’s spy agency in 1989.

How this embarrassing fact could have gone un-noticed for so long is tied to access to information laws in Canada which make all government dossiers available on any public or private citizen 20 years after their deaths. With the 20 year anniversary of Pierre Trudeau’s death just around the corner, hungry historians searching for a story filed early applications to read this long awaited dossier which was supposed to be awaiting scrutinizing eyes in the Archives of Canada.

Peter Schiff: More Fed Heroin for the Addicts on Wall Street

by Peter Schiff, Schiff Gold:

Last week was a good one for the stock market. Peter Schiff raised an important question in his latest podcast: why?

Answer: it’s all about the Fed.

Everybody is giddy because they think the central bank is going to save the day once again. In this podcast, Peter explains why they are wrong.

Central banks are buying gold at the fastest pace in six years

by Simon Black, Sovereign Man:

Earlier this month the World Gold Council published its quarterly report– and it shows that central banks and foreign governments from around the world are buying up gold at their fastest pace in six years.

This is pretty big news, and it says a LOT about the future of the dollar.

Remember, central banks and foreign governments hold literally TRILLIONS of dollars of reserves… and traditionally they do this by buying US government debt.

It sounds strange, but to big institutions, banks, etc., US government debt is equivalent to cash. They use it as a form of money.

Non-citizens commit 42% of federal crimes, despite being 7% of population

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by Victor Skinner, The American Mirror:

A new federal report shows non-citizens in the United States commit nearly half of all federal crimes, or more than six times their proportion to the American population.

For 2017, data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Surveyshows non-citizens comprise about 7 percent of the country’s population, but the 2018 Annual Report and Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics shows they committed more than 40 percent of all federal crimes.

The United States Sentencing Commission reviewed 321,000 sentencing documents in fiscal year 2018 and outlined several statistics in the annual report:

A Tale of Three Cities

by Gary Christianson, Miles Franklin:

This is fiction but has similarities to the reality we think we know. Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his.

City One: Debtapolis

In this fictional world a financial genius and his offspring executed a brilliant plan over several centuries.

a. The government authorized his bank to create and print paper money, backed by gold or silver.

b. The bank accepted gold, silver and other valuables as deposits into its vaults, and loaned paper money to governments, businesses, politicians, and individuals.

Founder’s Statement: Regarding Censorship Efforts to De-Platform GreenMedInfo & Other Health Sites

by Sayer Ji, Green Med Info:

I wish I could report that recent attempts to de-platform us were happening only to us. Unfortunately, most advocates of natural health and health freedom today are undergoing similar, or even worse levels of censorship.  But there is a silver lining to this. After all, if we weren’t taking a stand in the inconvenient truth, and referencing facts and perspectives not allowed within mainstream outlets, would we really be receiving so much negative attention and attempts to shut us down?

BANKERS REPEL GOLD AND SILVER’S ATTEMPT TO BREAK THROUGH HUGE RESISTANCE OF $1350 GOLD AND $15.00 SILVER

by Harvey Organ, Harvey Organ Blog:

…FEAR NOT FOR DAY TWO’S ATTEMPT WILL COMMENCE MONDAY MORNING AND EVENTUALLY WE WILL PIERCE THEIR HUGE RESISTANCE AND IN SO DOING BLOW UP THEIR DERIVATIVE BOOK/GOLD ADVANCES BY ONLY $1,10 AFTER BEING UP BY ALMOST 16 DOLLARS IN THE MORNING//SILVER IS DOWN 9 CENTS//TRUMP BLAMES IRAN FOR THE 2 TANKER HITS IN THE GULF//LUONGO’S COMMENTARY ON SHALE OIL/GAS PRODUCTION//RIOTING IN MEMPHIS TENNESSEE/SWAMP STORIES FOR YOU TONIGHT

Russia Accuses Al-Qaeda of Trying to Fake Another Chemical Attack in Syria

by Jason Ditz, The Anti Media:

Intermittent fighting between Syria’s government and al-Qaeda forces in Idlib turned into full-blown fighting Tuesday, with an al-Qaeda counter-attack hitting Syrian government forces in the area. Reports are that 26 soldiers and 18 jihadists were slain in the fighting.

This fighting took place on the border between Idlib and Hama Provinces, and likely will be the area where fighting continues to rage, as Syrian forces build up to invade the neighboring territory held by al-Qaeda.

On the Source of Authority

by Hugo Salinas Price, Plata:

For the sake of brevity, and because this is not a scholarly article, but only an examination of a theme that must be treated in as few words as possible, it is necessary to make some sweeping generalizations.

From the dawn of History and up until relatively recent times, humanity was governed by kings whose will was law; kings were supported by priesthoods who affirmed that the royal power was divinely instituted. Thus, kings were regularly regarded by their subjects as semi-gods.

One of the exclusive rights which kings have enjoyed throughout history was the creation of money. Historians attribute to Croesus, king of Lydia (a region of what is now Turkey) the minting of the first gold coins, which he used as an incentive to get his soldiers to fight. This was sometime around 500 BC.

Here’s What Happened in the Service Sector in Q1

by Wolf Richter, Wolf Street:

Finance & Insurance, Which Dominates the US Economy, Has Blistering Q1. Huge Services Sector Not Yet Hit by Slowdown in Goods.

Revenues in private-sector services in the US rose 5.6% in the first quarter of 2019, compared to a year ago, to $3.94 trillion, according to the Commerce Department’s Advance Quarterly Selected Services Report released this morning. Services dominate the US economy: These “selected services” amount to the equivalent of about 74% of GDP. And all major categories booked solid to hot growth in the quarter.