151209 – Money for Nothing


Today’s Items:

First…
India’s Gold Exchange
http://www.reuters.com

A bullion association in India is planning to launch the country’s first physical gold trading exchange, in an attempt to bring transparency to the market. The exchange will help the government to monitor gold trade. Hmm…. “It’s a trap!”

Next…
Money for Nothing
http://www.foxnews.com

Costing about $50.6 billion a year, Finland’s residents may receive tax-free payouts of roughly $868 a month for doing nothing. Of course, this doesn’t compare to the awarded Nobel Peace Prize that Obama got for doing nothing. Anyway, where are they going to get the euros for this helicopter money drop and are the ‘chicks for free’?

Next…
No Trust!
http://freebeacon.com

At least 72 employees at the Department of Homeland Insecurity are listed on the U.S. terrorist watch list. How bad is it when they do not trust their own? On top of that, testing the screening processes at eight airports yielded a 95% failure rate.

Next…
Playing Catchup
http://www.mcclatchydc.com

When it comes to national security, a passionless Obama may stop playing so much golf for a while; so that, he can play catchup without clearly identifying the problem himself. While the FBI called the Islamic jihadist-inspired “act of terrorism” in San Bernadino for what it was, Obama could barely call on Muslim leaders to do more. So, with 109 verses in the Quran that directly call Muslims to war with nonbelievers for the sake of Islamic rule that runs counter to Obama’s pretty pretty words, does anyone expect anything to be done?

Next…
Last Leg
http://www.shtfplan.com

According to Peter Schiff, just as was the case before the Crash of 2008, all of the signs are there. And just like before, the stock market continues to hover near all-time highs. In short, the reality is that the American economy is on its last leg.

Next…
Coca-Cola Apologizes
http://dailycaller.com

In another episode of how people look for reasons to be offended. Coca-Cola issued a rare apology and was forced to pull an online ad in Mexico which portrayed white people doing something nice. No good deed goes unpunished. Check out the ad for yourself.

Next…
Forida Pond
http://cbs12.com

While hiding from police in a Florida pond, a suspect was devoured by an 11-foot alligator. When found, the body was missing his lower extremities. Since the alligator probably attacked the guy from behind, it must have been a tail-gater.

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

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130925 – Retire To Prison?



Today’s Items:

First…
LIBOR Lawsuits
http://www.reuters.com

The National Credit Union Administration brought a lawsuit against JP Morgan, Chase, UBS and 10 other international banks, on behalf of five failed credit unions, because of the LIBOR manipulation.   Big banks already face a slew of LIBOR lawsuits by investors and some local governments over the very apparent conspiracy.    With the paid off courts… Good Luck!

Next…
Finland Wants Physical
http://wealthcycles.com

Most of Finland’s 49.1 tons of gold reserves is held outside the country’s borders; of which, the bulk of it is in London.   Now, Finland’s citizens are seeing the handwriting on the wall and have persuaded their government to take the concept of repatriation seriously.    There will be a national referendum on the matter…    No later than May 2014!?!

Next…
Debt Crisis Inevitable
http://www.naturalnews.com

In its latest budget projection, the Congressional Budget Office offers yet another dire warning that the debt is unsustainable.    What’s more, the reports says that if current laws and policies are not changed, the federal debt could reach 100% of GDP by 2038.    I would have thought 2018.    Of course, they do not include the unfunded liabilities – which pushes the national debt to 211 trillion.

Next…
Moody’s U.S. Expectations
http://www.reuters.com

Moody’s expects that the U.S. will avoid a shutdown and increase the debt limit.    Moody’s also expects the U.S. to keep paying interest on Treasuries in the event of a debt ceiling standoff.   Does Moody’s also expect marshal law, because of a government shutdown, in the U.S. as well?

Next…
Consumer Confidence
http://www.businessinsider.com

In some so-called unexpected news, consumer confidence fell from an indexed 81.8 to 79.7, which is more than expected.    They were expecting it to be 79.9, so another reason not to expect tapering.

Next…
Lois Lerner Profits From Neglect
http://www.cbsnews.com

Lois Lerner, the woman at the center of the IRS targeting scandal, has retired.    Yes, this government official could receive her life-long retirement for turning the IRS into a political weapon.   Fortunately, the investigation is not over.   So perhaps, Lois may be retiring to a federal prison.

Next…
Climate Change Deniers
http://www.breitbart.com

Al Gore’s  rhetoric has gone from global warming to climate change and has said that climate changers should pay a political price.   Well Al, scaremongers like you, that have profited on the scam that was global warming for over a decade, should be forced to pay back what you profited on the global warming scam by a hundred fold.

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

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