160605 – Lessons from Venezuela


Today’s Items:

First…
What is Coming?
http://www.shtfplan.com

Whatever the hell is coming, it is going to be bad. Obama doesn’t speak in public without an agenda; therefore, when he talks about how it is every citizen’s responsibility to be prepared for a disaster, something is coming. Like Venezuela, time to prepare eventually runs out. Speaking about Venezuela…

Next…
Lessons from Venezuela
http://endoftheamericandream.com

Here are a few of the eight lessons that can be learned from the economic meltdown in Venezuela…
1. When an economy crashes, crime goes through the roof.
2. During a currency meltdown, owning precious metals such as gold and silver becomes much more important.
3. If you need medical care during a major economic meltdown, you might be out of luck.
4. When an economy melts down, it isn’t just food that is going to be in short supply.

Next…
Swiss Vote
https://ca.news.yahoo.com

In some good news, Swiss voters rejected the ‘money for nothing’ income plan where people would be given a monthly allowance for just breathing. Basically, the Swiss realized that there is no such thing as a free lunch. I would be nice if other governments were fiscally responsible. Speaking of being fiscally responsible…

Next…
Fiscally Responsible States
http://www.investors.comhttp://www.investors.com

A new study finds that the most fiscally responsible states are heavily Republican while the worst states are run by Democrats. Check out how your state ranks.

Next…
Awarding Stupidity
http://www.naturalnews.com

In general, academic achievement at U.S. universities is being sacrificed for political correctness and activism. For example, in one college, students are demanding that all grades below a ‘C’ be nullified. This along with liberal intolerance has made going to college and learn something useful a more difficult endeavor.

Next…
Rent
http://www.thedailysheeple.com

The national minimum wage is $7.25 an hour while the average wage to afford a one-bedroom apartment is $16.35 and $20.30 for a two-bedroom apartment. If an apartment is two times the cost of a minimum wage, where does someone get money for food, clothes, utilities, and their smartphone?

Next…
Push Back
http://cnsnews.com

The Department of Injustice is appalled after a Texas Judge demanded that their lawyers attend an ethics course. They’re not appalled at the insult… They are appalled because it would cost millions of dollars to comply. It’s no wonder lawyers are less ethical than bankers and TV reporters, but not as unethical as Members of Congress.

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

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Thank you

130622 – Pelosi the Amateur



Today’s Items:

First…
NSA Secret Spying Rules
http://www.zerohedge.com

The UK Guardian has made a mockery of the U.S. media once again.    They have found out what rules the NSA uses to spy on innocent people without a warrant.    Among them are the fact that they can keep data on any person for up to five years.

Next…
The NSA Pandoria’s Box
http://redtape.nbcnews.com

The Pandora’s box has been opened…    Lawyers are now demanding access to the NSA database information to assist their clients in legal cases from murder to divorce.    Although the government has filed a motion to refuse, citing national security, it will not hold up simply because the laws of evidence require that prosecutors must turn over to the defense any records they have that might help prove a suspect’s innocence.  Let’s see how the NSA likes being on the other side.

Next…
Assets That Are Doomed
http://www.oftwominds.com

Here are two examples why every asset that depends upon cheap and abundant credit; such as, housing, bonds, and stocks is doomed.
1. When interest rates rise, all the existing bonds paying next to nothing plummet in market value
2. When mortgage rates rise, home prices fall off a cliff because nobody will be left to afford housing.

Next…
U.S. Treasury Bond Market
http://www.marketoracle.co.uk

When Bernanke hinted at tapering QE later this year or in mid-2014, the U.S. Treasury Bond Market implosion officially began.    By calling for the end to QE3 and QE4, the Fed has begun to remove these market props.     Which means that the markets are now going to start adjusting to where assets prices really should be.

Next…
Dumping Health Insurance
http://www.naturalnews.com

In some places across the US, high-cost health insurance coverage is being discarded altogether. Obamacare seems to be inspiring constructive disobedience.     Yes, doctors are now “outsmarting” this government mandated health care system and moving towards a cash only system.    Because of no expensive red tape, the U.S. may move back toward a much simpler, less expensive form of healthcare.

Next…
Amateurs
http://cnsnews.com

Nancy Pelosi said the definition of an “amateur” is to “cast blame on everyone else” and “to not take responsibility for what you are responsible for.”     Although the context was the student loan program, just how many times have we heard from Pelosi, Obama and others how it was Bush’s fault?    In fact, we even have Obama blaming ATM’s for  high unemployment.     No amateurs here!

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

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Today’s Items:

First…
Greece to Present Debt Inspectors ‘Alarming’ Data
http://news.yahoo.com

Greece’s new government is planning to present ‘alarming’ data on its recession and unemployment to international debt inspectors. It does not take a leap of faith to believe that it will be that the nation is simply insolvent and austerity is not helping. Rescue creditors have so far appeared cool to the idea of extending Greece’s deficit reduction deadlines. In short, say good-bye to Greece folks.

Next…
Government Motors
http://www.investors.com

As Government Motors shares near a record low of $19.57, taxpayer loss on the union supported bailout rises to $35 billion. The U.S. government still owns 26.5% of the boondoggle as Unions did not make any sacrifices. The unions got theirs and you can forget yours.

Next…
There is Such A Thing As A Free Lunch… For Now.
http://finance.townhall.com

Food Stamps working as the new Electronic Benefits Transfer card, looks and works like any other ATM or credit card. In fact, you can buy fast food, alcohol, and cigarettes with this thing. In addition, many of these cards, after being reported lost or stolen, are being sold on Craigslist for profit. Another zero-cost for the taxpayers government program success story folks.

Next…
Are Unions Beginning to Collapse?
http://www.foxnews.com

Government unions tout their ability to get their workers higher salaries and better benefits.   With that said, there is now growing blow back against unions. Unions have been collapsing under their own weight. They constantly want more money than their labor generates. The public is also growing ever more concerned about the cost unions impose on taxpayers. From the Supreme Court to anti-bargaining bills in states, like Tennessee, people are fighting back.

Next…
America’s Highest Paying Jobs 2012
http://www.cnbc.com

Here are the top five… Welfare recipient… Just kidding… for now…
5. Lawyers
4. Oil Engineers
3. CEO’s
2. Dentists
1. Doctors

Next…
Texas Justifiable Homicides Rise With ‘Castle Doctrine’
http://www.chron.com

Since Texas in 2007 expanded its “Castle Doctrine”, the number of criminals, and low-lifes, shot to death has increased from 32 to 48. Perhaps, if that number was a lot higher, then things would be a lot better. When would-be criminals see career criminals getting shot-up by crazed ‘victims’, then things are fine. So, keep packing those guns and flame throwers folks.  I can see it now… “Your honor, he broke into my house and all I had to defend myself was this 4th of July flare gun”

Next…
Secrets of ‘The City of London’  This story turns out to be false… Sorry folks.
http://worldtruth.tv

Here is some interesting facts about the city of London.
1. The distance between Buckingham Palace and Westminster Cathedral is 666 meters.
2. It is the same distance between St Paul’s Cathedral and the Bank of England
3. It is the same distance between the Tower of London and the London Bridge.
Hmmm… Something sinister here folks.

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.