Monday, March 1, 2021

Top Silicon Valley Exec Developing Telepathic Mind Control Technology

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by Aaron Kesel, Activist Post:
A former Google[x] exec Mary Lou Jepsen wants to bring telepathy to your list of technological needs, accomplishing this feat through a simple ski-hat.

“I figured out how to put basically the functionality of an M.R.I. machine — a multimillion-dollar M.R.I. machine — into a wearable in the form of a ski hat,” Jepson told CNBC.

So how does she hope to achieve this and is it possible?

Current M.R.I. technology can already see your thoughts: “If I threw you into an M.R.I. machine right now … I can tell you what words you’re about to say, what images are in your head. I can tell you what music you’re thinking of,” Jepsen said. “That’s today, and I’m talking about just shrinking that down,” she added.

The G20: Is the West Governed by Psychopaths?

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by Peter Koenig, Global Research:
Welcome to Hell!” is the slogan with which G20 protesters greet the self-appointed leaders of the world to their summit on 7 and 8 July 2017 in Hamburg, Germany, under Madame Merkel’s auspices to discuss the calamities of our globe and how to resolve them. Never mind that the distress of Mother Earth has been mostly caused by those who represent the West, and now pretend to fix it.

How utterly arrogant – and hypocritical!

In the wake of the summit, police were beating on aggressively against the demonstrators, most of them peaceful, unarmed; but some of them violent and hooded, as old tradition dictates, so they will not be recognized as police themselves or patsies of the police. Many people were hurt, several to the point of hospitalization. And the meeting just began.

The G20 Beyond the Public Agenda

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by Jim Rickards, DailyReckoning:
Since its beginning in 1999, the G20 had been a mere finance ministers’ meeting. But when the Panic of 2008 hit, President George W. Bush and President Nicolas Sarkozy of France were instrumental in changing the G20 to the leaders’ meeting it is today.

The Panic of 2008 was one of the greatest financial catastrophes in history. In the aftermath of the Lehman Brothers collapse in September 2008, attention turned to a previously scheduled G20 meeting of finance ministers in November.

At the time, the G7 was the leading forum for economic coordination, but China was not in the G7 and its help would be needed to bail out the global economy.

Once China was included, the door was open to other large emerging markets economies, such as India and Brazil. The guest list was expanded and the G20 leaders’ summit was born.

Market Report: Speculators Chicken Out

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by Alasdair Macleod, GoldMoney:
Gold and silver continued to drift lower this week, with gold falling $20 from last Friday’s close to $1220 in early European trade this morning (Friday), and silver by 75c to $15.87. At this level, silver has lost almost all the gains of 2017, though prices bottomed last December.

The fall in prices has continued after the end of the half year, when the bullion banks have had a history of suppressing prices to window-dress their books. Doubtless a reason will be concocted to justify this price action, and favourite must be the deflationary effects of the Fed running off its mega-balance sheet. But this is to misread the current fragility of the system. We can state categorically that the US and global economies are simply debt junkies, needing increasing amounts of debt, or they die. Does anyone seriously think that the Fed and the other central banks will let this happen?

Bullion Banks line up in London to support LME’s Gold Futures

by Ronan Manly, BullionStar:
The London Metal Exchange (LME) and World Gold Council have just confirmed that their new suite of London-based exchange-traded gold and silver futures contracts will begin trading on Monday 10 July. These futures contracts are collectively known as LMEprecious.

The launch of trading comes exactly 11 months after this LMEprecious initiative was first official announced by the LME and World Gold Council on 9 August 2016. Anyone interested in the background to these LMEprecious contracts can read previous BullionStar articles “The Charade Continues – London Gold and Silver Markets set for even more paper trading” and “Lukewarm start for new London Gold Futures Contracts”.

This 10 July 2017 launch is itself over a month behind schedule given that LMEprecious was supposed to be launched on 5 June but was delayed by the LME.

A2A with Dave Kranzler of Investment Research Dynamics

by Turd Ferguson, TF Metals Report:
After a few weeks away, the award-winning webinar series “Access to Access” returns today with an update from our pal, Dave Kranzler of Investment Research Dynamics.

It’s always great to have Dave on as a guest and once again he did not disappoint. Over the course of this 54-minute call, Dave addresses a wide range of topics, including:

the developments today at Tahoe Resources
the current CoT structure and its implications for price
why Mother and her Goons are moving to raise the FF rate
possible gold and silver confiscation
how the mining shares may trade in a general equity bear market
and a whole lot more!
Please be sure to give this a listen and thanks again to Dave for all of his time.

Click HERE to Listen

Why the Next Recession will be a Doozie for Consumers

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by Wolf Richter, Wolf Street:
Tougher for workers, rougher for the economy.

The employment data released today beat expectations nicely. In June the economy added 222,000 civilian jobs. April and May numbers were revised up. In total, over the past three months, nonfarm payrolls rose by 581,000 jobs.

This data will do nothing to deter the Fed from proceeding with its tightening plans. The Fed should never have cut its policy rate to zero, or kept it down that long, and it should have never engaged in QE. However, acting as lender-of-last-resort when credit froze during the Financial Crisis — when even GE and IBM had trouble borrowing to meet payroll — was essential to keep the system from collapsing. These short-term loans were not part of QE and were paid back. But the hangover of QE is still on the Fed’s balance sheet.

LATEST CARTEL BLITZKREIG, FABRICATED “JOBS” REPORT SETTING THE STAGE FOR SIGNIFICANT PRECIOUS METAL SHORTAGE

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by Andy Hoffman, Miles Franklin:
As it’s still 1:30 AM MST, I’ll reserve judgement on the title, and principal theme, of today’s article until after the June NFP jobs report five hours from now. Given yesterday’s miserable June ADP employment report – featuring a big “miss” versus expectations, ZERO manufacturing job growth, and a significant downward revision of May’s numbers; coupled with the nearly across-the-board declines in June economic “hard data” to date, there’s a good chance the June NFP report will be disappointing, too. Even if, generally speaking, the correlation between these two, putting it mildly, “statistically flawed” reports tends to be low.

If it is indeed weak – according to their rigged statistics, that is; it’s going to be very difficult for the Fed, which markets already give just an 18{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528} chance of raising rates in September, to continue purporting “economic strength” and “inflation fears” – particularly now that their own big mouths have catalyzed what could be the start of a significant market correction. To that end, Jim Rickards boldly predicted, yesterday, that by then, Whirlybird Janet will have already experienced the “ding dong, the Fed is dead” moment that must inevitably arrive; when she is forced – not by declining economic data, which she’s been ignoring all year – but plunging financial markets, against the best efforts of the Fed’s “open market operations; to admit the economy is declining, and concede its “tightening” cycle is over after 21 months – of only raising rates to 1{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528}, and reducing its $4.5 trillion balance sheet by nary a penny.