Thursday, August 22, 2019

The Most Senior Vatican Official Ever Convicted of Child Sexual Abuse Might Be Set Free Tomorrow

by Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution:

  • The Facts:Tomorrow, it will be decided whether or not Cardinal George Pell’s guilty verdict will be appealed. If his appeal is successful, he will be let go and the charges of sexual abuse against children will be dropped.
  • Reflect On:Although awareness is being created, the most powerful people in the world and the authorities we turn to in order to stop these activities may also be implicated.

MUELLER’S Team LIED! Here’s EVERYTHING That Just Came Out

by Dean Garrison, DC Clothesline:

Mueller lied, that’s not a shock nor is it news to anyone, however…

…the fact that they have some more concrete proof is very big news.

Here’s Gary from Next News Network:

Is White Genocide Possible?

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by Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Craig Roberts:

Readers agree that the demonization of white people is unfair and divisive. Many report that they have experienced reverse discrimination, and they expect discrimination against whites, such as the announced anti-white policy of the New York public school system, to worsen as the media’s demonization of white people escalates. A few readers noted that both the Jewish and Armenian genocides are disputed. They asked if there are any historical episodes of genocides. A few others noted that even when white Americans become a minority, it will be a large and numerous minority and, thus, too numerous for a genocide.

Keiser Report: Anti-trust, Anti-war (E1425)

from RT:

In the second half, Max continues his interview with Karl Denninger of Market-Ticker.org. They discuss the economic platforms of the candidates for the Democratic party nomination for president: from Elizabeth Warren’s antitrust policies to Tulsi Gabbard’s anti-war platform and all the universal basic income ideas in between.

GDP Ain’t What it Used to Be!

by David Haggith, The Great Recession Blog:

Let me help remove the rose-colored glasses for anyone who still thinks GDP this year is good.

First, GDP growth in the first quarter was not “great” as I’ve heard some claiming. It was, by US historical standards, a little lower than mediocre. Second, the biggest tax cuts in history only got us down to 2.9% GDP growth for 2018. GDP growth had been pegged originally around 3.1%, but that was revised down, as is usually the case. Every administration tends to estimate GDP on the rosy side because bad news is swallowed easier the further back in time it lies. So, estimate high and revise lower seems to be the government’s perennial approach.

The Real Reasons Why The Media Is Suddenly Admitting To The Recession Threat

by Brandon Smith, Alt Market:

One thing that is important to understand about the mainstream media is that they do tell the truth on occasion. However, the truths they admit to are almost always wrapped in lies or told to the public far too late to make the information useful.   Dissecting mainstream media information and sifting out the truth from the propaganda is really the bulk of what the alternative media does (or should be doing).  In the past couple of weeks I have received a rush of emails asking about the sudden flood of recession and economic crash talk in the media.  Does this abrupt 180 degree turn by the MSM (and global banks) on the economy warrant concern?  Yes, it does.

Safe Haven Appeal Sends Gold Above $1,500

from Birch Gold Group:

This week, Your News to Know rounds up the latest news involving gold and the overall economy. Stories include: Gold gains as recessionary fears lift safe-haven appeal, gold prices to hit $1,575 in 3 months and $1,600 in 6 months, and why bullion prices could keep exploding next week.

Gold Gains as Recessionary Fears Lift Safe-Haven Appeal

After cementing its position above the $1,500 level, Tuesday’s trading session saw gold jump as high as $1,534 an ounce before settling lower. According to an article on CNBC, investors poured into the metal over increasing civil unrest in Hong Kong and a dip in Argentina’s peso that potentially signaled dire things for the country’s economy.

Mercedes Caught Spying On Drivers With Tracking Devices, Sending Info To Bailiffs

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from ZeroHedge:

Mercedes has admitted to spying on drivers with covert tracking devices.

The company says are only activated in “extreme circumstances,” such as when finance customers have defaulted on payments – however the car company has also admitted to sharing data with third-party bailiffs and recovery firms for the purposes of repossession, according to The Sun. It is unclear whether Mercedes only drops the dime on their European customers or if it’s a worldwide phenomenon.

Former UK Cabinet minister David Davis has called for an investigation, saying “This is not the first time big business has behaved like Big Brother — but it’s rare to be quite as deceitful as this.”

Flight Logs Prove Alleged Epstein Victim Linked to Prince Andrew

by Amy Furr, Breitbart:

Flight logs prove an alleged Epstein victim was in key locations where she claimed she met Prince Andrew, reports state.

The documents reportedly show that Virginia Roberts, who was 17-years-old at the time, was flown to London, New York, and the Caribbean in 2001, according to the Daily Mail.

Reports also state that the duke was in the area at the time of her alleged visits.

Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Have Flagrantly Flaunted the Volcker Rule for Nine Years: Now It’s to Be Gutted by Federal Regulators

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

Two of Wall Street’s crony regulatorsannounced today that they are going to “simplify” the Volcker Rule’s ban on proprietary trading at Wall Street banks, providing another big win for Wall Street and another big nightmare for Main Street.

The financial crash on Wall Street in 2008 was the deepest economic upheaval in the U.S. since the Great Depression. Millions of honest, hardworking Americans lost their jobs, and then their homes, as a result of the economic collapse. Many of these Americans have yet to fully recover financially after more than a decade has passed.