Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Doug Casey on Peace in the Korean Peninsula

by Doug Casey, Casey Research:

Justin’s note: An “Era of Peace” has begun.

That’s the news coming out of the Korean Peninsula. Two weeks ago, North Korea’s Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un and South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in held a historic peace talk at the North Korea–South Korea border.

It was the first such meeting in 11 years. And many people think it will bring an end to their longtime standoff.

I recently called Doug Casey to figure out what this means for the region and the rest of the world…

Four Reasons To Consider Gold And Gold Stocks Right Now

by Frank Holmes, Silver Doctors:

The investment case for gold is as strong as ever. Here’s just four of the many reasons to consider investing in gold…

The price of gold has been feeling the pressure lately from a stronger U.S. dollar, which is at a four-month high, and rising Treasury yields. Nevertheless, the yellow metal eked out a positive March quarter, returning close to 1.3 percent, while the S&P 500 Index posted its first negative quarter since 2015. This tells me the investment case in gold and gold mining stocks remains as strong as ever.

Below are four more reasons why I think you should consider adding gold stocks to your portfolio right now.

GRADUATES OF ELITE UNIVERSITIES DOMINATE THE NEW YORK TIMES AND WALL STREET JOURNAL, STUDY FINDS

by Zaid Jilani, The Intercept:

FOLLOWING THE 2016 election, New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet reflected on his industry’s coverage of the country. “If I have a mea culpa for journalists and journalism, it’s that we’ve got to do a much better job of being on the road, out in the country, talking to different kinds of people than we talk to — especially if you happen to be a New York-based news organization — and remind ourselves that New York is not the real world,” he said.

It has been a longstanding criticism of the news media that at least some portions of it are too culturally and socially insular. A recent study published in the Journal of Expertise adds some data points to that thesis.

Which Hunt?

by James Howard Kunstler, Kunstler:

It was refreshing to read the response of Federal Judge T. S. Ellis III to a squad of prosecutors from Robert Mueller’s office who came into his Alexandria, Virginia, court to open the case against Paul Manafort, erstwhile Trump campaign manager, for money-laundering shenanigans dating as far back as 2005. Said response by the judge being: “You don’t really care about Mr. Manafort’s bank fraud. You really care about getting information that Mr. Manafort can give you that would reflect on Mr. Trump and lead to his prosecution or impeachment or whatever.”

Judge Ellis’s concise summation was like a spring zephyr clearing out a long winter’s fog of unreality in our national politics — the idea that Mueller’s mission has been anything but the Deep State’s ongoing crusade to nullify the 2016 election. In the meantime of the past year, Mueller has been additionally burdened by obvious misconduct in the FBI and its parent agency, the Department of Justice, which makes Mueller himself look like the instrument of a cover-up, or at least a massive organized distraction from the misdeeds of the Deep State itself.

High-Level Judge & Fmr Trump Campaign Chair Sentenced to Prison for Sex Trafficking Children

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by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:

Newport, KY — Former District Court Judge and school board member Tim Nolan plead guilty to 21 counts of human trafficking in February and this week, he was sentenced to 20 years behind bars.

In court it was revealed that the judge threatened young women and girls under the age of 18 with arrest to force them into sex. On one occasion a victim was living on his property and he forced to evict her if she did not have sex with him. He also gave numerous victims heroin.

During the sentencing, Prosecutor Barbara Whaley read statements from some of the women in court. Whaley noted that seven of the 19 victims were under 16 years old.

Trump Hints At Legal Action Against Mueller’s Team: The ’13 Angry Democrats’

by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:

President Donald Trump suggested Monday that “13 angry Democrats” on special counsel Robert Mueller’s team could face legal action over alleged “conflicts of interest.” This comes after the investigation has already run into numerous snags, including Mueller’s inability to produce any evidence.

“The 13 Angry Democrats in charge of the Russian Witch Hunt are starting to find out that there is a Court System in place that actually protects people from injustice…and just wait ’till the Courts get to see your unrevealed Conflicts of Interest!” Trump said.

Willing Slaves

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by Eric Zuesse, Washington’s Blog:

Willing believers in lies are willing slaves, because lies are coercion of the mind, as opposed to coercion of the body (slavery by physical violence instead of by mental violence, which is called “lies”); and anyone who willingly complies with any type of coercion when escape from that coercion is available (and this is precisely the situation when the lie has been disproven and exposed and when the truth has already been clearly demonstrated) is a willing slave, of the mental type — a mental slave, instead of a physical slave; and a willing slave, to-boot, a participant in his or her own suckerdom.

Jim Willie on The Chuck Ochelli Show

by Chuck Ochelli, Ochelli Effect:

Friar’s Day Ochelli Effect begins with the force of a kicking Jackass Golden. Jim Willie, The editor in chief and founder of The Hat Trick Newsletter & GoldenJackass.com, explains the stupidity of a trade war via tariffs, quickly expresses what he sees happening in the headlines, and then tells us where the oil for dollars paradigm has gone to die. Russian bread for your turkey sandwich? Where have all the dollars gone? The Saudi Prince on his American tour seems to have been a shopping spree. What was he buying? We all know many Asian countries are big players in the game of cutting edge technology, but is Germany, the silent partner that counts? Is the United States Military industrial complex the most reliable customer for newer tech that isn’t consumer grade? Import tariffs impact war trades Asian trade agreements going big. The bricks in some walls getting built. American treasury holdings are going home. We didn’t even mention the volcano in Hawaii. Who’s got time? Much like lava cracks the ground, Jim thinks cracks in the globalist stranglehold are showing. Do Italy and recent banking revolts mean anything? Was Macron a bad choice for the French-speaking part of the Cabal? Does Jim still think the S.C. swamp is slated to be drained? Who pays for the pipelines? Currency devaluation will be a regular adjustment device.

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Mueller Investigation In Jeopardy As “Witch Hunt” Accusations Play Out In Court

from ZeroHedge:

A funny thing happened on the way to impeaching Donald Trump. After two-years of investigations by a highly politicized FBI and a Special Counsel stacked with Clinton supporters, Robert Mueller’s probe has resulted in the resignation of National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, the arrests of Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, and the indictment of 13 Russian nationals on allegations of hacking the 2016 election – along with the raid of Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen.

The nation has been on the edge of insanity waiting for that much-promised and long awaited link tying President Trump to Vladimir Putin we were all promised, only to find out that there is no link, the deck appears to have been heavily stacked against Donald Trump by bad actors operating at the highest levels of the FBI, DOJ, Obama admin and Clinton camp, and the real Russian conspiracy in the 2016 election was the participation of high level Kremlin sources used in the anti-Trump dossier that Hillary Clinton paid for.

The Snowflake Manifesto

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by Gary Christianson, Miles Franklin:

Gary Christenson wrote this article for Miles Franklin. This article includes sarcasm and discusses popular economic nonsense.

Silver and gold are partial solutions since politicians will be no help.

I am a “Snowflake” and proud. You may sneer at us but I doubt you understand our perspective. I’ll educate you with the Snowflake Manifesto.

First, as an American citizen, I have certain benefits guaranteed in the constitution written hundreds of years ago.