140217 – Food Shortages



Today’s Items:

First…
Chinese Capital Markets Frozen
http://www.zerohedge.com

Chinese capital markets are quietly turmoiling as debt issues are delayed.  Non-performing loans rose by 28.5 billion yuan, or 4.7 billion dollars in the last quarter of 2013.     Chinese banks are struggling to keep soured loans in check and extend earnings growth in a slowing economy.     Guess, they could blame the weather…     Wait Washington has dibs on that excuse.

Next…
Collapse Will Be Terrifying
http://kingworldnews.com

According to Richard Russell, the real economy, illustrated by Walmart being too expensive for the middle class, continues to sink despite the continued lies by both a desperate government and Fed.     It appears, with gold above 1300 dollars is an ounce, that the Fed is losing its grip.    Once it appears that the U.S. gold reserves are gone, that is when gold will go ballistic.    With that said, be careful on this potential suckers rally in gold and miners.

Next…
Social Contract
http://www.zerohedge.com

In Germany, the German high court has ruled that children must take care of their parents even if they have not spoken to them in decades.    The historic norm was children taking care of their parents until the government stepped in to provide a safety-net.     So, if children have to take care of their parents again, why continue the taxes, that support seniors, for?

Next…
Payroll and Underemployment
http://www.gallup.com

Please take a look at the interactive maps showing the payroll to population ratio for each state, where Washington D.C. is ranked at number one.     In addition, there is an interactive map that shows the underemployment percentage for each state, where North Dakota is ranked at the lowest.

Next…
Food Shortages
http://www.shtfplan.com

From the droughts in California and Australia to low temperatures in China and across the U.S. to the heavy rainfall in Peru and Venezuela, food production this year has been severely hampered.       To that end, consider stockpiling additional goods, especially those essential dry goods like rice, beans, wheat, and corn.     One of the best investments one can make is to buy food at today’s lower prices and consume at tomorrow’s higher prices.

Next…
7 Times A Charm?
http://blog.heritage.org

Obama, the imperial douchebag, has got a pen and a phone.    In addition, this bastard has ignored the law, such as delaying the Obamawreck mandate, seven times. So, while Obama is lawless, the opposing Republicans are ball-less.    Is it any wonder that Biden said that there was no Republican party?

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

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131223 – NSA Consequences



Today’s Items:

First…
Attempt To Panic Gold Miners
http://kingworldnews.com

According to Andrew Maguire, members of the LBMA wanted gold producers to lock in a deal where they would sell gold at a loss by frightening them that gold could drop another 400 dollars in 2014.      Sure paper gold will drop, but the premiums for physical are going to adjust to the point where there will be a disconnect.     That is when hedgefunds will be in big trouble.

Next…
NSA and RSA
http://www.reuters.com

In another ‘black-eye’ for the U.S. tech industry, courtesy of Ed Snowden, the NSA and RSA, one of the most influential firms in the computer security industry, had a secret 10 million dollar contract.     The NSA would create flawed algorithms, to create “back doors”, in encryption products that RSA sold.     It just gets worse for these companies that betray their customers trust.

Next…
Boeing Loses
http://www.reuters.com

Ed Snowden does it again.     It could be any company; however, because Boeing had ties with the U.S. government, they lost out on a 4 billion dollar contract with Brazil.      At some point, as the damage becomes irreversible to the U.S., many at the NSA will hopefully answer in a criminal court for their criminal actions.

Next…
Food Fraud
http://www.khou.com

Here are six examples of the growing food fraud in U.S. markets…
1. Milk that has sugar, salt, and skim powder – without it being on the label.
2. Olive oil that is, in fact, hazelnut oil – that could be dangerous to those with nut-allergies.
3. More expensive white tuna switched with cheaper escolar.
4. Tea bags with grass in it.
5. Honey that may be diluted with sugar or corn syrup.
6. Blueberry or cranberry juice that is mostly apple juice.

Next…
2013 Was Cold
http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com

Before NASA and NOAA start tampering with the ‘inconvenient’ data, it appears that 2013 will be one of the ten coldest years in the U.S. since 1895.     In addition, 2013 has had the largest year over year decline on record.     December isn’t complete yet, but is running far below normal and forecast to get colder.

Next…
10 Things Food Banks Would Like
http://1027kord.com

Here are a few…
1. Spices
2. Feminine Products.
3. Chocolate
4. Toiletries.
5. Socks

Next…
Merry Christmas

Over the next few days, I will be with friends and family and will not be making any videos.    Until my return, I sincerely wish each of you, and yours, the most Merry of Christmas’s.

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

All content contained on the Hyper Report, and attached videos is provided for informational and entertainment purposes only.    ‘Hyper Report’ assumes all information to be truthful and reliable; however, the content on this site is provided without any warranty, express or implied.    No material here constitutes “Investment advice” nor is it a recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument, including but not limited to stocks, commodities, corporation, options, bonds, futures, or intrinsically valueless Federal Reserve Notes.    Any actions you, the reader/listener, take as a consequence of any analysis, opinion, or advertisement on this site/video is your sole responsibility.

Thank you.