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Paris under Water but not as Bad as 1910

June 4, 2016

COMMENT: Here in France, they are blaming this flood on global warming. It seems that anything to do with weather they point to global warming and want more regulation. REPLY: While France’s rainfall levels in May were the highest since 1873, it was the 1910 flood that was the most devastating. Before automobiles, Paris was flooded […]

Now Available: The Brexit Report

June 4, 2016

On June 23, the people of Britain will decide whether to exit (BREXIT) the European Union. The outcome of this historic vote will determine Britain’s future. This is an incredibly important vote for it will determine the fate of note just Britain, but also Europe as a whole. This special “BREXIT” report answers many of […]

Upside-Down Statistics — What is Down, May Be Up

June 3, 2016

The Nonfarm Payrolls came in substantially lower than expected. The dollar dropped with gold rising, but the Dow did not crash on the open in the same percentage move. So what is really going on here? The economy is in a transition phase that is the same as what took place during the 1920s. Back […]

G20 Blames Your Psychological Problems for their Failure

June 2, 2016

The G20 central bank and finance ministers met in Shanghai in April and cheered the rally in the markets after patting themselves on the back. They then issued their communication, effectively blaming the private sector for not paying enough taxes for them to squander. They issued their Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF), which is really […]

Turkey Moving Close to Civil War

May 15, 2016

Kemal Kilicdaroglu, the Turkish opposition leader of the social democratic CHP, has sharply criticized the push by the Turkish government to remodel Turkey into a presidential system. The CHP chief expressed concern about the future of the country. He warned that the rising discontent may lead to a civil war. “What a presidential system that supposed to be, […]

Trouble in Saudi Arabia

May 11, 2016

Political instability is rising in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi king has fired his longtime Secretary of Energy and the head of the central bank has been replaced. The royal family is now fighting to sustain power. The fall in the price of oil is having a political impact within the power structure of Saudi Arabia. Eventually, […]

UN & World Bank Want to Tax Water

May 10, 2016

Well, all the fools who believe in climate change/global warming will be ecstatic to know that they can help the planet through the new proposal from the United Nations and World Bank. These wonderful entities are now forecasting a shortage of water in places like the Middle East by 2050. The solution will be simple: they […]

The Electric Crisis in Europe

May 6, 2016

Many people do not realize that the global warming/climate change deals in Europe will eliminate gasoline and diesel cars on the streets come 2020. From Norway to India, the year 2020 will mark the end of petrol and diesel vehicles. This is part of the long-term bear market in energy. Germany wants to put at […]

The Pension Crisis is Starting

May 3, 2016

The pension crisis set in motion by negative interest rates will be a major issue in the years ahead. Central banks have really screwed the entire social system and now everyone’s future is at risk. You cannot maintain negative to exceptionally low interest rates to help the bankers and claim it will ignite inflation and […]

Freedom Party Wins First Round in Austria’s Presidential Elections

April 25, 2016

  Merkel’s invitation to Muslims to come to Europe without limitation has destroyed the very fabric of Europe. Now, Austria’s Freedom Party, an anti-Europe and anti-immigration far-right political party, won more than a third of the vote in the presidential election on Sunday. This should be no surprise. Norbert Hofer will now face an independent […]

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