141016 – Ebola Questions


Today’s Items:

First…
Corrupt Paper Markets
http://kingworldnews.com

According to Robert Fitzwilson, excluding options and the over-the-counter market trading, the volume of trading for “financial oil” was 20-times the volume for physical oil on a global basis.    In addition, it has been estimated that the claims against gold are 100-times the physical amount that might be available.    In short, if you do not have it in your hands, when the Western paper manipulated ponzi game ends, you do not own it.

Next…
9 Unanswered Ebola Questions
Various Sources

1. Why did the CDC budget include gun violence studies?
2. Why is no one pointing out that Obama dropped quarantine rules back in 2010?
3. Where is Obama’s Ebola czar, Dr. Nicole Lurie?
4. Why were the American people not told that Ebola has a 42, not 21, day incubation period with a 70% mortality rate?
5. Why are House Democrats demanding that U.S. troops give direct Ebola care now?
6. Why are Dallas nurses claiming that there was no Ebola protocol in place?
7. Why does the director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infections Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, want to vaccinate the whole country with an experimental Ebola vaccine?
8. If a few Ebola cases can make the stock market crash, what would a pandemic do?
9. Why are we not hearing more about EV-D68 that has impacted hundreds of children throughout the United States?

Next…
We’re Number 12!
http://www.breitbart.com

In 2000, the U.S. ranked 2nd in economic freedom, today, the U.S. has tied the UK for the 12th spot.    Hong Kong, where the U.S. is likely organizing protests, still ranks as number one.

Next…
Vaccine Crimes
http://vactruth.com

While the U.S. mainstream media continues to largely ignore the daily fraud and corruption within the vaccine industry, Bill Gates faces a lawsuit for the illegal testing of an estimated 14,000 tribal children in India with HPV vaccines.    Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy.

Next…
Wealth
http://www.telegraph.co.uk

If you have $3,650, you are among the wealthiest half of people in the world.     The top 10% have $77,000 while the average person is worth $56,000.

Next…
Insurance Costs
http://www.washingtontimes.com

How is this for transparency? The Obamawreck website will not reveal 2015 insurance costs until after the November election.    Gee, how convenient.

Next…
Carjack
http://www.frontpagemag.com

In another proud moment for both Obama and Holder, two underage illegal aliens, outside of Chicago, carjacked a 91 year-old Navy veteran.    Obama will, no doubt, give them amnesty?

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

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Hyper Report recommends the reading of Gregory Mannarino’s The Game is Rigged


Today’s Items:

First…
Australia To Have Record Surplus
http://www.telegraph.co.uk
http://www.uncommonwisdomdaily.com

Australia will become the first major economy in the developed world to record a surplus since the start of the global financial crisis.  It has benefited from a China-fueled mining boom; thus, it now has 11 billion pound savings from the extra revenues.  So, what is the government doing?  Deep tax cuts and increasing pensions; which, will come back and bite with the slowing down in the Chinese economy.

Next…
Renting: The New American Dream?
http://www.financialsense.com

From cars to homes, Americans are getting used to the idea of renting the good life; since they cannot, or will not, buy it outright.  One possible reason is the increased mobility of our society; however, the unemployment and the number of people dependent upon government makes that unlikely.  According to Moody’s, by late 2011 it was cheaper to rent than to own in 72% of American metropolitan areas, up from 54% a decade ago.  How long before Americans are going to be renting cloths on their backs?

Next…
Bill Gates Shares His Views on Gold
http://thevictoryreport.org
http://www.youtube.com

Mr. Vacinate the children till they are dead Gates has chimed in on gold, claiming that gold prices are psychological.  He does claim that he made money on silver; however, he appears against silver and gold.  So, owning gold is psychological? How about owing paper, or digital, based assets?  The difference is like asking if a person is hungry, would they prefer food or a small framed picture of food?  It seems more of a leap of faith, or fantasy, to own paper than owning something physical.

Next…
As China Buys, Sellers Push Gold Down To 4 Month Lows
http://www.zerohedge.com
http://www.goldmoney.com

Make no mistake, if Central Banks and nations like China and India are buying gold, they certainly know something that Buffett, and others, are not saying.  With everyone running away from the euro to the perceived safe harbor of the dollar, gold and silver prices are falling for the time being.  With the paper to physical ratio so high, the hyper-inflationary crisis with the dollar will see physical gold and silver spike big time; therefore, be your own central bank and keep stacking.

Next…
Justice for Sale
http://www.breitbart.com
http://www.zerohedge.com

Criminal prosecutions are at 20-year lows for corporate securities and bank fraud.  Instead, protestors, farmers, and individuals are targeted for unfair prosecution.  If one doubt this, then why is Jon Corzine not wearing orange after claiming so much money just vaporized?  In short, justice from the Department of Injustice today is for sale and it is expensive.

Next…
Wooden Nickels
http://www.coinworld.com

Here we go again folks, there are renewed calls to switching to a steel-layered composition for all circulating U.S. coin denominations.  Copper, zinc, and nickel is too expensive now.  The debasing scheme would save the U.S. Mint up to $200 million annually.  So how long before we start seeing wooden nickels?

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

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