141230 – Greek Tragedy

Today’s Items:

Greek Tragedy

Because of the inability of Greece’s parliament to elect a president, there will be an election on January 25th. The left wing, anti-austerity Syriza party that strikes fear in the heart of German bankers, could win. Their possible subsequent actions could force Greece to default and leave the European currency union and other debtor nations, like Portugal, Italy, Ireland, and Spain, could also drop the euro. It’s amazing what one election could do.

New York Fed Gold

Some 47.1 tons of gold were withdrawn from the New York Fed in November, bringing the Fed’s total earmarked gold to just 6,029 tones. This had brought the total amount of Year-to-Date gold withdrawals from the New York Fed to a whopping 119 tons: the most since the Lehman collapse.

Real Goal of “Fast and Furious”

Eric Holder tried his best to hide this from the public; however, there is now official confirmation, via an internal ATF memo, that the Obama and Holder were using Operation Fast and Furious as an excuse to advocate for stricter gun control measures, even as the program funneled thousands of rifles to Mexican drug cartels. In addition, the newly released collection of documents related to Operation Fast and Furious also clearly show that this was not a botched operation by “rogue” agents. In short, Obama and Holder lied and people on both sides of the Mexican border died.

Welfare Payment for Wal-Mart

Because Wal-Mart does not pay their full-time employees well, hundreds of thousands of Wal-Mart employees enroll in Medicaid, food stamps and other government programs. Wal-Mart’s 1.2 million employees receive $2.66 billion in government help each year while Wal-Mart made a yearly profit of about $17 billion.

6 Shoot Me First Things to Avoid

Here are a few of the six things, without a detailed explanation, that could get you shot first…
1. Wrong place, wrong time. For example… Do you really need to buy fuel or groceries at 1:30am?
2. Wearing camouflage or even being a physically fit military age male with his hair cut high and tight.
3. Advertising that you can carry concealed guns.

The IRS Needs More of Your Money

Apparently, 11 billion dollars is not enough for the IRS to fleece the taxpayer of their hard earned income according to the IRS commissioner, who complained to congress about a lack of funding. Of course, it is the taxpayer’s moral imperative to pay as little as legally possible in taxes since the government, in general, uses those resources to diminish the freedom of the taxpayer.

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

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