Friday, October 19, 2018

Soros’ Hollywood Rentboy – Exposed by #BlacklistAnon! #GreatAwakening

from Neon Revolt:

I have a little confession to make, Anons.

Keep in mind, I never chose the name for myself, but… it stuck. And more importantly, it worked. Because what I’ve stumbled across, as a result of so much digging, is a deep state apparatus that is so well hidden, and so nefarious, it’s hard to comprehend.

After all, what did I always promise you?



from SGTreport:

Bart Sibrel the producer of the documentary ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon’ joins me to discuss You Tube censorship, NASA and its supposed Apollo moon missions, SpaceX and more. Thanks for tuning in!

“Covert” Facial Recognition Street Lights Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

from Activist Post:

A recent Reuters article reveals that ST Engineering has been awarded $5.5 million to install facial recognition street lights in Singapore.

ST’s smart street lights come equipped with sensors, LED screens and covert cameras already installed.

Incredibly, ST claims their spying street lights can bring “healthcare benefits to residents.”


by Michael Ballanger, Silver Doctors:

For the first time in months, Fido the Wonder Dog has been in my office and at the foot of my bed 24/7 for the past few days giving me great solace that the current advance in precious metals prices is here to stay. Gone are his nervous tics every time my chair squeaks or when I give a little “Whoop-whoop!” at the sight of decent gold quote and most certainly absent are all of the caked mudballs in his fur from having to sleep (hide) under the tool shed.

Saudi Arabia’s Great Tumbling Down – The Boy Who Wanted to be King is No More

by Catherine Shakdam, New Eastern Outlook:

Where has Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman gone? Since mainstream media broke news of the disappearance and alleged death of Jamal Khashoggi, MBS has gotten a little camera shy … and somewhat politically withdrawn.

Whatever did happen to our buoyant reformer, who, from the platforms of his friendships so openly spoke wars and violent retributions to those who dared opposed his ‘vision’? By vision of course I speak of MBS’s ambition to play Nero to a tamed Middle East while his name would suffer no contention on the international scene.

Once feted as a great reformer, or as the Independent put it this February: “Saudi Arabia’s great young reformer”, MBS no longer sits a favourite of the ‘ruling class’ on account of the sins he committed against that very elite.

Sweden Declares ‘Hand Grenade Amnesty’ In Attempt To Stop Explosive Gang Violence

from ZeroHedge:

On October 15, Sweden began a temporary amnesty program for anyone in possession of hand grenades or other explosives, urging the public to hand over their illegal arsenals before January 11, 2019, with no legal ramifications or questions asked.

Sweden has had a hand grenade crisis and issues with organized crime since about 2010. Combine the two with refugees, and the country is on the verge of chaos with violent crime exploding.

Sweden is supposed to be one of the most peaceful countries in Europe, but after offering amnesty to thousands of refugees, the country has taken a turn for the worse.

Robert David Steele & Dustin Nemos on Khashoggi, Midterms, Fed, Trump, Q & More!

from Dustin Nemos2:

Has China Finally Lifted its Thumb off of Gold?

by Tom Luongo, Tom Luongo:

There’s a lot of talk about the Yuan price of gold falling out of a price suppression channel.  Both Zerohedge and Nomura have weighed in on this.

The Yuan price of gold surged overnight to above CNY 8500 per ounce which is a major breakdown  But it’s also indicative of something that has long been suspected during this gold bear market.

China doesn’t want the price of gold to rise.  Those accumulating gold — China and Russia — have zero incentive to accumulate at higher prices.   And the gold chart of the last three years bears out that they have had to come in at higher prices on pullbacks because market bottoms keep coming in higher and higher.

Prof Steve Hanke: M4 is the most under appreciated indicator

by Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna, Macro Voices:

Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Prof Steve Hanke to MacroVoices. Erik and Steve discuss:

Drivers of the recessions over the last 30 years
Perspectives on Lehman Brothers failure
M4 Money Supply as the broadest measure
Dangers in quantitative tightening
Commercial banks drive money supply
Stabilizing the U.S. Dollar Euro rate
Understanding past hyperinflation
Perspective on Venezuela’s hyperinflation

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The Sky Is Falling, Panic, Shut It Down At Any Cost, Dead End

from X22Report:

How Gibson’s paradox has been buried

by Alasdair Macleod, GoldMoney:

Until the 1970s, all recorded history showed that bond yields were tied to the general price level, not the rate of price inflation as commonly believed. However, since then, the statistics say this is no longer the case, and bond yields are increasingly influenced by the rate of price inflation. This article explains why this has happened, and why it is important today.

This paper is a follow-up on my white paper of October 2015.[i] In that paper I explained why, based on over two-hundred years of statistics, long-term interest rates correlated with the general price level, and not with the rate of inflation. I now take the analysis further, explaining why the paradox appears to no longer apply.

Pennsylvania: DOJ Opens Probe Into Roman Catholic Priests’ Sex Abuse Of More Than 1,000 Children

by Tim Brown, Freedom OutPost:

“All of [the victims] were brushed aside, in every part of the state, by church leaders who preferred to protect the abusers and their institutions above all,” the report says. “Priests were raping little boys and girls, and the men of God who were responsible not only did nothing: They hid it all.”

The Department of Justice has launched a probe into Pennsylvania’s Roman Catholic Church, according to the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. This is all after subpoenas were served to the church last week following a grand jury report that found Pennsylvania priests had sexually molested more than 1,000 children.