120516



Hyper Report recommends the reading of Gregory Mannarino’s The Game is Rigged


Today’s Items:

First…
European Leaders and Financial Markets Braced for Greece Exit from Euro
http://www.guardian.co.uk

Here we go folks, Greece has essentially been handed its hat and coat and the door is being opened to exit. Politicians, after two years have come to the conclusion that many in the alternative media have already come to. There is no saving Greece, or the Euro, in the present framework. With that said, thanks to other nations like Spain, Italy and France, the EU is doomed.

Next…
Germany’s Gold
http://www.goldcore.com

Germany’s Bundesbank confirmed that the German gold reserves are held overseas by the Federal Reserve. Well, they can kiss that good-bye. Benji Bernanke probably sold that a long time ago. After all, for him gold is a tradition; thus, if you have physical gold, there is a good chance, you may have some of that German gold Reserve.

Next…
World Edges Closer to Deflationary Slump
http://www.telegraph.co.uk

All key indicators of China’s money supply are flashing warning signs. What seems clear is that China’s economy did not bottom out as expected in the first quarter and is in deflation. China’s central bank, with others, could begin turning up the presses to counteract the deflation with quantitative easing.

Next…
As the Boomers Head for the Barn
http://townhall.com

Only 63.6 percent of the U.S. working age population is now in the labor force, the lowest level since December 1981. 342,000 workers had stopped looking for work in April. The number of Americans of working age not in the labor force grew in April from 87,897,000 to 88,419,000.  And the Recovery before the election continues!

Next…
Three Reasons Silver Prices Will Rally
http://moneymorning.com

1. Increased demand from both countries and individual investors
2. The emergence of Chinese silver futures
3. Manipulation of silver will come to an end against the open market.

Next…
How Horrific Will It Be For The Non-Prepper?
http://www.shtfplan.com

1. Unclean or no water
2. Lack of food
3. Unreliable or no communications
4. forget about any extended traveling
5. Groups of non-preppers preying on the vulnerable.
All this, and more, for those who prefer to believe the fantasy of the mainstream media.

Next…
That Which is Unsustainable Will Go Away
http://www.oftwominds.com

Publicly funded pensions and Medicare are two examples of unsustainable systems that will go away in the decade ahead. Yes, promises were made from everyone from Washington to U.S. cities; however, they were made in a vacuum, void of common sense, and reality has seeping in. The only true retirement a person may have in the very near future is the one they can put their hands on today… Specifically, commodities like silver and gold; thus, keep stacking.

Finally, Please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest. Good Day

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