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After 4 of 19 U.S. banks failed the laugh-out-loud bank stress test and the 35 percent of U.S. prime money funds are European holdings, Sugar Daddy Bernanke actually told a congressional panel that U.S. banks could withstand shocks from Europe, even if the debt crisis there significantly worsened. Man, I do not what this blithering idiotic jack-ass is smoking, but it must be some good stuff.
State Department Exempts 11 Countries from Iran Sanctions
Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, and the United Kingdom have been exempt from Iranian oil sanctions. Gee, now why was China and India not on this list? Could it be because they are basically giving a collective bird to the U.S..
Long-Term Bond Bubble Getting Ready to Burst
According to investor Wilbur Ross, and others, Long-term government debt, which has provided some of the best market returns for decades, now poses the greatest threat to portfolios. Inflation, by the loose Fed policy, has been causing the 10-year bonds to creep up. In short, fantasy cannot override reality forever; therefore, it may be a good idea to get out of paper folks.
$50 Downside on Gold but $1,000’s to the Upside
John Embry says not to be worried about the short $50, or so, downside on gold because of the thousands of dollars to the upside. Eastern Central Banks and wise people are taking this wonderful opportunity to acquire physical metal while on this dip. The supply/demand for silver is also powerful. No amount of paper shenanigans will make up for demand for physical silver; therefore, keep stacking.
A $100 note in 2010 possessed a purchasing power of only $16.83 in 1969 dollars. Despite this enormous depreciation, the Fed has not issued larger denomination, forcing more electronic transactions. This is precisely the intent of the US government. Like Sweden, the U.S. government is waging a war on cash. Black Markets, and locally produced currency is going to make the U.S. government loose the war on cash in the same manner as its war on drugs.
During the 2001 Bush-Gore showdown, we heard a lot from the Republicans about changing the rules in mid-stream. Well, when it comes to Ron Paul, this news video clearly illustrates that concept is perfectly alright for the Republican Leadership. Please watch this video as rules are changed, people are arrested, and the national news media purposely ignores what is happening on the ground.
Supreme Court Sides with Private Property Owner in Landmark EPA Case
The United States Supreme Court unanimously sided with an Idaho couple in regards to building a new home on their property. The EPA halted construction citing that part of the property was a wetlands that could not disturbed. This ruling may limit the Clean Water Act, and this also could be just a prelude to Obama’s political Waterloo… Obamacare! Anyway, totally unreliable sources indicated that the couple had burned a pile of old truck tires in their backyard to celebrate.
Finally, Please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest. Good Day