150705 – Banker Haircut


Today’s Items:

First…
Austrian Petition
http://www.armstrongeconomics.com

In Austria, the threshold of voters on a petition has been reached; such that, there will be a debate in the Austrian Parliament over exiting the Euro and the EU. When there is a misconception that austerity is good and inflation is bad, it is time to get off the EU idiotic pony express to hell.

Next…
Banker Haircut
http://www.zerohedge.com

Greek banks are considering a haircut on all deposits greater than 8,000 euros to implement capital controls in a futile attempt to stem the flow of cash withdrawals. Why would anyone have left any money in a Greek bank after the last “haircuts?” Stevie Wonder could have seen this coming two years ago. Besides, I prefer to get my haircut from a barber, not a banker as 30% is more like a amputation.

Next…
Bullion Direct
https://www.youtube.com

Bullion Direct is suspending its operations due to significant transactional delays. With the silver paper futures open interest now officially over 1 billion ounces, the extraordinarily disconnected paper to underlining physical is going to cause the tightest squeeze in human history or a war to cover up the crimes. At any rate, don’t be like the Greece depositors; in that, if you do not have it in your hands, you do not own it.

Next…
Texas Gold
http://www.cnbc.com

Texas is the only state that owns an actual stockpile of gold, according to public sector and financial industry experts. The 5,600 gold bars, worth around $650 million, are currently at a New York bank. Stacked together, the state’s gold occupies about 20 square feet and Texas officials want it stored in the state. Wanting and getting it back to Texas are going to be two different realities.

Next…
Hate Speech
http://endoftheamericandream.com

Some people believe the following are considered offensive or hate speech…
1. Doing an impression of someone’s dialect or accent.
2. Believing that the most qualified person, regardless of race, should get the job.
3. Thinking that every person, regardless of race, can succeed in society if they work hard enough.
And that slippery slope gets even more step.

Next…
Walmart Tanks
https://www.youtube.com

Why are there tanks behind a Walmart in Easton Texas? How often do you walk down the street and come across a tank that has chewed up the pavement? Make no mistake, something is going down and it is not going to be good.

Next…
Media Biased
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com

In a recent survey, 70% of American believe that the news media does not try to report the news without bias. Gee, I’m shocked that the percentage was not higher.

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

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140108 – EPA Attacks Wood Stoves



Today’s Items:

First…
Gold Is The Strategy
http://www.ingoldwetrust.ch

Tan Ya Ling, the President of the China Foreign Exchange Investment Research Institute, argues that gold is a currency and potentially the world reserve currency; thus, the need to dominate the world gold market.    He believes the Euro will collapse and that there will be a reshuffling of the international monetary system away from the U.S. Dollar.    Guess it is a good thing that the U.S. has plenty of gold…

Next…
U.S. Gold
http://kingworldnews.com

According to Richard Russell, a possible reason that the U.S. cannot re-set the price of gold to a much higher number and re-liquify the system is that the U.S. may not actually have the gold.     Like Britain, they may have sold much of the taxpayer’s gold or loaned it out to bullion banks.     If true, this could turn out to be one of the greatest economic scandals in U.S. history.

Next…
Financial Repression
http://cnsnews.com

According to a paper, written by two Harvard economists who used to work at the IMF, there are 5 ways to reduce the debt to GDP ratio.
1. Economic growth
2. Austerity
3. Explicit default or restructuring
4. Inflation surprise
5. A steady dose of financial repression, like taxing savings and confiscation of pensions, accompanied by a steady dose of inflation.
The first on the list is relatively rare and the rest are difficult and unpopular.     Speaking of repression…

Next…
EPA Attacks Wood Stoves
http://www.foxnews.com

The EPA is attacking wood stoves as a way to possibly attack the BBQ industry.     They want to reduce the fine particulate emissions from all new wood stoves sold, by 80%, in the next 5 years.   It’s a good thing that this only affects wood stoves and not old tire burning, or ‘oil dripper’, stoves.

Next…
Illinois Conceal Carry
http://www.breitbart.com

The amount of Illinois residents seeking a conceal carry permit already surpasses those who enrolled in Obamawreck.    Over 4,500 signed up on last Sunday alone and it is expected that 350 to 400,000 people will sign up this year.     Hopefully, these people have already bought their guns and lots of ammo to protect themselves from criminals…    Particularly those in Washington.

Next…
Assault Fruit
http://www.naturalnews.com

Police claim a man launched an attack against his girlfriend using a ‘deadly’ banana.     The man, who resisted arrest, was subdued with a vegetable-based product: pepper spray.    It’s time to stop this “assault fruit” and get Diane Feinstein to seize all bananas once and for all.

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

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121109 – Looters Versus Guns



Today’s Items:

First…
Greek Parliament Approves Austerity
http://www.telegraph.co.uk

Riot Police greeted rioters as the Greek Parliament narrowly approved a new austerity package that will be the final nail in the Greek economy’s coffin.    Parliament adopted the 18.5 billion euro budget as 70,000 protestors massed outside throwing fire bombs and rocks at the police.     At some point, the police are going come to the realization that they, and their families, are in mortal danger and that is when the Greek politicians, and their banker buddies, will be introduced to tall trees and a short rope.

Next…
German Exports Drop
http://news.yahoo.com

German exports dropped more than expected in September amid lower demand from the country’s euro partners.    The 2.5% decline more than wiped out the 2.3% increase reported in August; thus, things are beginning to get worse for the EU’s economic engine.

Next…
Gold Holds the Glitter
http://www.thehindubusinessline.com

Despite attempts to get the people of India to stop buying physical gold, there is more buying.    Gold prices may fluctuate, but India’s love for the yellow metal does not seem to diminish.    They may be buying lower carrot gold, because of the price; however, they are buying and they are buying big time.

Next…
Looters Versus Guns
http://newyork.cbslocal.com

Citizens in the New York area, may finally be waking up to the fact, in the wake of widespread lootings and how people with guns are protecting themselves when police are nowhere to be found, that Mayor Bloomberg is full of shit with his war on guns.   In addition, FEMA, in New York and New Jersey, actually closed because of bad weather.   Of course, it was never FEMA’s intent, to ever protect or serve the people.  Expect FEMA to be closed on Veterans day as well. To make things worse, Obama is openly supporting the UN’s attempt to take away private gun ownership now.

Next…
US Deficits
http://market-ticker.org

Now that the election is over, more people are beginning to look at the “Fiscal Cliff.”    True to form, officials at Fitch, waiting after the election, are warning that if the US does not stop running deficits, then it will be downgraded.    In addition, many top companies are preparing for the “Fiscal Cliff” should the economy go into a tailspin.

Next…
US Unemployment Applications
http://www.cbsnews.com

New unemployment benefit applications totaled 355,000.   Superstorm Sandy is being blamed for the distorted figure and it will be this way until January 2013 because the storm’s aftermath will delay people getting to the unemployment office to receive their Obama Money.

Next…
McDonald’s Unhappy Time
http://online.wsj.com

For the first time since 2003, McDonald’s global same-store sales fell 1.8% in October.   Same-store sales in the U.S. and Europe fell 2.2%.    This is one indicator that people have less disposable income to eat out.    So, when McDonald’s runs out of the money given to them, by the Fed, they will lay-off a bunch of employees.   In short, less Happy Meals.

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

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