Saturday, September 25, 2021

Ep. 1500 Court Packing and Round 2 With Geraldo – The Dan Bongino Show

from The Dan Bongino Show:


Australian State Premier Announces All Non-Vaccinated Citizens Will Be Locked Out of Economy, Freedom Only Permitted to Vaccinated

from The Conservative Treehouse:

Apparently the internet has been turned off for people in Australia.  That is the only reasonable explanation for how their political leadership can keep claiming that vaccinated people cannot contract the COVID virus.

{Press Conference Video}.

This claim is empirically refuted by every other nation who is seeing vaccinated people contracting COVID and “some” being hospitalized regardless of their vaccine status.

Wall Street vs. Workers

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

Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) delivered these remarks at the opening of the Senate Banking Committee hearing on March 4, 2021.

“The economy isn’t physics – it’s not governed by scientific laws outside our control. It’s made up of people making choices about our values and what kind of society we want to live in. Despite what we’re constantly told on TV, most Americans share a lot of the same values – they want an economy that’s fair and just, where hard work pays off for everyone, no matter who you are or what kind of work you do, and where everyone has the economic security to raise a family and retire with dignity.

Another Tripwire Crossed Pentagon Orders Updated Screening Of Military To Identify Extremist Outlooks In Preparation For What Is To Come

from The Conservative Treehouse:

Let me be clear…. I fully expect to see the standing U.S. military deployed against any state who stands up against unconstitutional federal demands. I have made this assertion since the jaw-dropping revelations about the Pentagon during the first impeachment effort in August 2019 and the lack of leadership from the military in removing Lt. Col Alexander Vindman from his compromised position.

Market Report: Crosscurrents in financial markets

by Alasdair Macleod, GoldMoney:

Gold continued to recover some ground this week to consolidate at the $1800 level. In European morning trade this morning, gold was $1805, up $16 from last Friday’s close, but still down about 5% on the year so far.

Silver underperformed gold, falling 55 cents on the week to $25.95, perhaps more in line with a consolidating commodity complex. Driving the wider commodity relationship has been a persistent rally in the dollar’s trade weighted index, which is our next chart.

New Regulation Could Pressure Paper Metals Markets

by Clint Siegner, Money Metals:

Alasdair MacLeod, the Head of Research at Goldmoney, wonders if we may soon see “the end of paper gold and silver markets.”

The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) developed Basel III regulations, purportedly to prevent another 2008-style financial crisis. The roll out of these new measures began years ago.

Unless they secure a requested extension, European banks will have to comply with Net Stable Funding Requirements by the end of June. Along with other effects, these regulations could make trading in the gold and silver derivatives markets less profitable to them.

Report: Feds Had Secret Plan to Arrest Chauvin In Court If He Was Found Not Guilty

by Chris Menahan, Information Liberation:

The Department of Justice reportedly had a secret plan to arrest Derek Chauvin in court if he was cleared of murdering George Floyd.

From Star Tribune, “Feds plan to indict Chauvin, other three ex-officers on civil rights charges”:

Leading up to Derek Chauvin’s murder trial, Justice Department officials had spent months gathering evidence to indict the ex-Minneapolis police officer on federal police brutality charges, but they feared the publicity frenzy could disrupt the state’s case.

Keiser Report | California’s Dust Bowl | E1710

from RT: