150118 – Scared Press


Today’s Items:

First…
Global Meltdown
http://kingworldnews.com

According to Gerald Celente, the shocking Swiss move may only be the beginning of a much larger global meltdown. Most people know that the global economy is in a slowdown because people do not have the money to buy things. That’s why retail sales are down not only in the U.S. but around the world. Governments may be more afraid of people taking to the streets because they have lost everything than the idea of terrorism.

Next…
Gas Tax
http://townhall.com

U.S. drivers are projected to save somewhere between $380 and $750 dollars during 2015 and this has offered a rare glimmer of hope from the disastrous economic conditions of the last six years. But if Washington politicians, in both political parties, have their way, this brief reprieve may be very short lived as they attempt to raise gas taxes as much as a dollar per gallon.

Next…
Obamawreck Scapegoat
http://thehill.com

With the latest resignation of Marilyn Tavenner in disgrace, the Obamawreck chair is going to be like a bureaucratic electric chair. This scam is guaranteed to careen from failure to scandal and back again with whoever is in charge just being a handy placeholder to take the blame.

Next…
Scared Press
http://www.usatoday.com

After the Paris attack, many in the press fear reprisals for satire. So, why are the press scared? That question can be answered honestly with another question. Why are the majority of Mideast News bureaus located in Jerusalem and not in any other Mideast city? If one is truly honest, the answer is sadly clear as crystal.

Next…
Civil Forfeiture
http://www.zerohedge.com

The practice, of confiscating items like cash, cars, and homes from people on the basis of suspicion by state and local police has been widespread. Now, in an action that is out of character, Eric Holder, citing the safeguarding of civil liberties, stated that state and local police will no longer be able to use federal laws to justify seizing property without evidence of a crime. I don’t know, but something about this stinks… Could this be because it has been revealed that the Department of Injustice has illegally kept a possibly illegal secret database on American phone conversations?

Next…
Environment Trumps Genetics
http://www.twcc.com

New research, from Stanford University, shows that how the immune system does its job seems to depend more on the environment than on a person’s genes. In three-quarters of the measurements, differences between pairs of twins were more likely due to non-heritable influences – such as previous infections or vaccinations. So, it appears that a person is responsible for their own health and should stop blaming their ‘genes’ no matter how tight they are.

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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140516 – India Economy Fails


Today’s Items:

First…
India’s Economy Fails
http://www.telegraph.co.uk

India is the only BRIC economy that’s slipped down the World Economic Forum’s ranking of competitiveness since 2006, though Russia and Brazil have drifted badly as well.     India doesn’t have the infrastructure to carry a modern economy and has done remarkably little over the years to reform their grid.

Next…
Belgium Takes Up Slack
http://www.zerohedge.com

Russia dumped a record 26 billion dollars worth, or some 20%, of its U.S. Treasury holdings.    With that said, the tiny country of Belgium has purchased 40 billion dollars worth of Treasuries.    A country’ whose GDP is just double of its reported U.S. Treasury holdings.    This sounds like the Fed using Belgium to monetize the U.S. debt.

Next…
Just A Question of When
http://kingworldnews.com

According to William Kaye, the Federal Reserve is a private corporation and not part of the U.S. government, but the government is responsible for outsourcing for the creation of U.S. dollars.    The coming panic out of the U.S. dollar will be coupled with a collapse of confidence in the government as well.    It’s just a question of when.

Next…
Meat Prices
http://www.zerohedge.com

According to the latest inflation data from the BLS, meat prices spike by almost 3% in April – the most since November 2003.     Time for a hedonic substitution from hamburger meat to rat droppings to keep bogus CPI numbers in check.

Next…
IRS Targeting
http://dailycaller.com

The IRS’ targeting of groups opposed to Obama is in part due to pressure from Democratic Senator Levin.     Levin’s emails cite an IRS rejection letter to a conservative group as an example of how the IRS should be conducting its business.    Of course, the culture in the IRS saw this as an opportunity.

Next…
VA Hospitals
http://www.weeklystandard.com

The Department of Injustice doesn’t plan to investigate allegations that veterans, that were placed on secret waiting lists at VA hospitals, died while waiting for care according to Holder.     Perhaps the Department of Injustice is too busy to worry about those who actually kept their oath to defend the U.S. Constitution.

Next…
Clinton “Truth ” Squad
http://www.frontpagemag.com

If there’s anyone qualified to lead a squad to lie about the murder of four Americans, it’s Lanny Davis.     Former Clinton special counsel Lanny Davis says he plans to lead a “truth squad” to counter accusations coming out of the Benghazi select committee hearings.     Will he call upon the services of Sandy Burger for documentation?

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.