140620 – GDP Fraud


Today’s Items:

First…
Benchmark
http://www.bloomberg.com

Proposals are being made to replace the 5 trillion dollar paper silver and 18 trillion dollar paper gold fixing market.    Some alternatives include electronic trading; so that, we can enjoy more ‘fat fingers.’     The good news is that when the fraud of the paper gold and silver markets becomes clear to everyone, those holding physical will be very happy.

Next…
Noise
http://www.zerohedge.com

According to the Fed, those soaring food and gas prices are  transitory and exactly what they expected.     In other words, they say its just noise or a blip.     What else would one expect from entities that have negative interest rates?   Next they will be saying “nothing to see, just move along sheep err… folks.”

Next…
Where’s the Gold?
http://www.ingoldwetrust.ch

The Bank Of England just came out with their annual report for 2014.     Between 2013 and 2014, the amount of gold went from 6071 to 5584 metric tons.    A loss of 487 metric tons or a gain if you are the Chinese.

Next…
70%
https://www.youtube.com

According to Warren Pollock, 70% of the U.S. GDP is essentially fraud and is a bust out scheme from the Federal Reserve or Treasury point of view.     He goes on to describe that the system continues because a large percentage of people benefit from it; however, as the economic collapse spreads from third world to first world economies, the fraud will become evident for all to see and feel.

Next…
Credit and Unfunded Liabilities
http://kingworldnews.com

According to Marc Faber, in the 70’s, total credit as a percent of the economy was just at 140%, today it is at 379% along with unfunded liabilities which we didn’t have at that time.     He goes on to say that as the middle class continues to get murdered, with Ben Bernanke the primary villain, things will continue to worsen.

Next…
SIDS
http://readynutrition.com

A new study published in Current Medicine and Chemistry lends support to the long theorized link between vaccines and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS.     Of course, with Bill Gates, as he admitted, in favor of human depopulation, is it any surprise?

Next…
Sleep and Work
http://cnsnews.com

According to a recent survey, Americans, on average, spent about twice as many hours sleeping on weekdays in 2013 as they did working.     They slept 8.48 hours while only working 4.01 hours a day.    So, doing the math means that the average American is only working a little more than 16 hours a week!

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

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140520 – Correlation


Today’s Items:

First…
Tools
http://blog.milesfranklin.com

For many years, political and business hacks have been lampooning gold and silver enthusiasts.    They have even labeled them as ‘bugs’ – meaning something to be stepped on.       With that said, history has repeatedly shown that those who have physical gold and silver have ultimately smashed those who have held paper like bugs because ultimately, all fiat currencies go to their intrinsic value of zero.

Next…
Your Call is Important To Us.
http://www.zerohedge.com

Whether it is a billing error or if a serious medical emergency has occurred, when a person phones a hospital, it is nearly impossible, with automated message systems, to through to a real person.   One would think it would be easier today where people are strapped with a phone.   Is it technology, or do hospitals, like big banks, don’t want to hear from their victims err…  customers?     Perhaps soon, Americans may know what it is like to be on a secret medical waiting list like vets.

Next…
Credit Squeeze
http://www.washingtontimes.com

In an effort to constrict commerce, the FDIC has urged banks to place a credit squeeze on gun sellers by listing them as a “high risk.”     Meanwhile, the Department of Injustice launched “Operation Choke Point”, a credit card fraud probe focusing on banks and payment processors.     So, when gun shops accept cash only, will they be viewed as money launderers?

Next…
Too Big?
http://www.cnbc.com

Because of its dominant market position, a German official is openly contemplating the break-up of Google, which is based in the United States.     So, will the paid-off U.S. government fight for a company that avoids paying U.S. taxes?    We will see.

Next…
How an Average Person can Prepare for a Pandemic
http://apartmentprepper.com

Lots of people fear a global pandemic.    One of the basic things people can do to prepare for a pandemic is to learn basic first aid and herbal remedies     If there’s a pandemic, hospital emergency rooms and doctors’ offices would be overwhelmed, and also filled with contagious people.      Preparing for a pandemic is similar to being prepared for other disasters.

Next…
Internet Explorer versus Murder Rate
http://gizmodo.com

I thought this was funny.     It turns out that there is a direct correlation between the falling murder rate since 2006 and the use of Internet Explorer.     So, perhaps Internet Explorer is the best browser…     To download a better browser.

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

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140512 – Evils of Central Planning


Today’s Items:

First…
Remember Greece?
http://www.theguardian.com

In a harbinger of what is likely to come to the U.S., Greece is poised to formally open debt relief talks with its creditors.     Greece would propose measures to alleviate its monumental debt burden, which at 175% of GDP is by far the highest in the EU.      Even if the Greece’s debt burden is made more manageable, their economic woes are far from over because of the 30% plus unemployment and over 40% earning below poverty wage levels.

Next…
Day Of Reckoning
http://kingworldnews.com

According to Keith Barron, all the countries in the West try to minimize the value of gold, but is held by the worlds’ central banks, including the IMF, as a reserve.   While the U.S. encourages Americans to foolishly spend their savings on consumption, China is encouraging their citizens to save in gold and put it in a safe place, and to be fiscally prudent.     The contrast between East and West indicates the West is in real trouble.

Next…
U.S. Households
http://www.mybudget360.com

The latest data from the consumer credit report shows that total household wages was close to 7.2 trillion dollars, yet total household debt is at 13.1 trillion dollars.     In short, U.S. household debt is nearly twice as high as annual wages and salaries.  Yikes!

Next…
Postal Debt
http://www.cnsnews.com

The U.S. Postal Service currently owes 99.8 billion dollars in benefit payments to its current and retired workers but does not have the money.      One pretty much sees where this is going…     Yes, if Congress does not cough up the taxpayer dollars, you will not get your junk err… past due notices.

Next…
Summer Economics
http://www.zerohedge.com

In a precursor to what we will hear in the U.S. in the near future, the Italians found out that March industrial production fell by 0.5% because summer came early this year.     So, the only thing worse for centrally-planned economies than a cold winter is summer?

Next…
Income Inequality
http://www.zerohedge.com

Here are the top 5 U.S. cities with the greatest income inequality…
5. Gainesville, Florida.
4. Jackson, Mississippi.
3. Miami, Florida.
2. New Orleans, Louisiana.
1. Atlanta, Georgia.
Washington D.C. is 15th followed by the first Texas city of Beaumont at 16.

Next…
Chicago Teachers
http://www.thenewamerican.com

The Chicago Teacher’s Union became the latest organization to blast the fascist ‘Common Core’ takeover of edumacation.     It appears that people are waking up to the dangers of central planning initiatives and it all started with the realities of Obamawreck.

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.