Saturday, July 11, 2020

Delusional Hillary Clinton Thinks She Won The 2016 Election – ‘I Can Beat Him Again’ In A ‘Rematch’ She Says, Despite The Fact That She Lost Last Time

by Susan Duclos, All News Pipeline:

We have seen an incredible amount of craziness from the left since the 2016 election, from the whole Russia collusion hoax to liberals planning and organizing a day to “scream helplessly at the sky,” on the first anniversary of President Trump’s election, to a never-ending litany of claims that “this is the beginning of the end” for President Trump throughout 2017 and 2018, to liberals creating their own  “Earth 2” alternate reality where Hillary Clinton is the President, but no level of crazy tops the bat-crap insanity we have seen from Clinton herself.

Wages in Venezuela Are As Low As $3 a MONTH As Hyperinflation Continues

by J. G. Martinez D., The Organic Prepper:

Abnormal circumstances oblige people to be creative and innovative.

The hyperinflation in Venezuela made wages a complete joke. We’re talking about the equivalent of $3 USD per month. The inability of the government (by far the largest employer in Venezuela) to provide raises as this hyperinflation destroyed the remaining acquisitive power people once had and condemned millions of people to misery, hunger, and deprivation.

An Inflection Point For Palladium? – Craig Hemke (26/03/2019)

by Craig Hemke, Sprott Money:

With spot palladium seemingly at another crossroads, here’s an update on the epic supply squeeze that has sparked a near double in price since August 2018.

Again, our interest in palladium is not as an investment or a fiat-making opportunity. The hope is that the LBMA/COMEX palladium “market”, which is structured identically to the LBMA/COMEX gold and silver “markets”, will collapse and then shed light upon the fraud that exists in these pricing schemes. We’ve written about this on multiple occasions over the past six months and here are a few of the links: 

The Move Into Gold Is On! Miners CRUSHING Stocks & Something We Haven’t Seen In 10 Years!

from Silver Doctors:

Since 2011, Wall Street has led the way, but now, the move into the gold sector has begun with a very bullish set-up…

by Peter Degraaf of pdegraaf.com

Long term trends take a long time to reverse. One such trend compares gold mining stocks to the S&P 500 stocks. From 2002 until 2011 gold mining stocks outperformed generic stocks, as can be seen in the following chart. (Charts courtesy Stockcharts.com).

Evidence That The U.S. Economy Could Be Plunging Into A Very Deep Recession Is Rapidly Mounting

by Michael Snyder, The Economic Collapse Blog:

Not since 2008 have we seen so much bad economic data come rolling in all at the same time.  Even without a war with Iran, which by the way is looking increasingly likely with each passing day, it definitely appears that the U.S. economy is steamrolling toward recession territory.  The employment numbers for last month were abysmal, global trade has collapsed to the lowest level that we have seen since the last recession, and manufacturing numbers just keep getting worse and worse.  In fact, the New York Fed’s Empire State manufacturing index just suffered the worst one month decline in history

Weak1: Seats Still Empty for Several Teams as NFL’s 100th Season Kicks Off

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by Warner Todd Huston, Breitbart:

This week starts the NFL’s 100th season, but some teams seem to still be finding a awful lot of empty seats.

As the Cleveland Browns took on — and lost 43-13 to — the Tennessee Titans at FirstEnergy Stadium, for instance, fans took to social media to express their shock at the number of empty seats:

Here’s a lesson from the 108,000 millionaires who left their home countries last year

by Simon Black, Sovereign Man:

According to a recent report from Bloomberg, more than 108,000 millionaires left their home countries last year in search of greener pastures.

Most emigrated from countries like China and Russia… no surprise there.

India also saw a large outflow of millionaires as tax authorities tightened their grip. And Turkey continues to see an exodus, in the wake of strong-man President Erdogan.

But Western countries like France and England also lost boat loads (or planes full) of millionaires. Excessive taxation is the most obvious reason.

Keiser Report: Approved Candidates Only, Please! (E1341)

from RT:

In the second half, Max interviews author, commentator, podcaster, and comedian Dominic Frisby of DominicFrisby.com about the state of bitcoin today, whether or not Scotland could still go it alone in a post-Brexit world and why the UK could be better off divided into several kingdoms!