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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Labor’s Demise Is America’s Demise

Thoughts for Labor Day by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Labor Day is a holiday that has outlived its time. Like Christmas, Labor Day has become a time-out period. As Christmas has become a shopping spree, Labor Day has become the last summer holiday. The holiday originated in 1887 to celebrate the contribution made by […]

Sound The Bugle! Washington’s Got War Fever… ..Again

by Danny Schechter David Stockman’s Contra Corner Sound the bugle! Get the press to march along; we are going to war. Again! Enemies R ‘Us! For a long time with the killing of bin Laden, a jihadi fatigue had set in. With the apparent shriveling up of the Al Qaeda menace, America’s threat-defining and -refining […]

Russia Faces Less Risk in Pushing the Ukrainian U.S. Puppets To Make Peace Now / By Jack D. Douglas / September 1, 2014 The massive, daily artillery shelling of civilians in the ethnic-Russian cities of E. Ukraine by the huge Ukrainian army and militias, which may well be most of the 150,000 troops of  the Ukraine, has slaughtered and maimed thousands of ethnic Russian-Ukrainians and Russian citizens who crossed the border to […]

The Fall Is Golden For Bullion Bulls

from Zero Hedge September is the hottest month of the year for gold prices, rising on average 3% over the past 20 years. As the yellow metal tests hovers off 2-month-lows, Bloomberg notes that “Indian jewelers and dealers will be stocking up in the coming weeks,” ahead of the festival period, which runs from late […]

These Clowns Are Dragging Us Into War

by Raúl Ilargi Meijer The Automatic Earth In 8 weeks, on October 26, there are – supposed to be – parliamentary elections in Ukraine. What’s that going to look like? Who’s going to vote? In the presidential elections a few months ago, most of east Ukraine did not vote. How many different ways are there […]

Buy Signals In Junior Miners Flashing “Strong Buy”

by David Kranzler Investment Research Dynamics It looks like after a long 3-yr drought, we may be in the early stages of a monster move in the junior mining shares. The GDXJ junior index is up 35% YTD and 23.5% since June 1. Doesn’t seem like it, does it? As you can see from the […]

10 CONSPIRACY THEORIES THAT CAME TRUE / by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON & ALEX JONES | AUGUST 31, 2014 When questioning the official narrative proved crucial Despite the fact that the term “conspiracy theory” has been weaponized by the establishment as a perjorative slur against anyone who questions the official narrative of any government pronouncement, there are innumerable examples throughout history of conspiracies that were […]

These Clowns Are Dragging Us Into War

From  Raúl Ilargi Meijer of The Automatic Earth Jack Delano Workman at Chicago & North Western repair shops, Chicago, IL Dec 1942 These Clowns Are Dragging Us Into War In 8 weeks, on October 26, there are – supposed to be – parliamentary elections in Ukraine. What’s that going to look like? Who’s going to […]

Double Whammy China PMI Misses Spark Sell-Side Demands For More Stimulus / by Tyler Durden on 08/31/2014 – 23:07 A record-breaking surge in monthly credit creation and a trillion Yuan of QE-lite was enough to provide a glimmer of hope into the tumbling Chinese economy for one or maybe two months but with the real estate market continuing to free-fall, it should be no surprise that China’s PMIs finally catch […]

Deflation knocks at ECB’s door, markets look for cash boost / by Gene Arensberg / Sunday, August 31, 2014 From BusinessWorld Online without a “by line.”  FRANKFURT — Financial markets are looking to the European Central Bank to open the cash floodgates next week after consumer price data showed the 18-country eurozone is flirting with deflation, analysts said. Speculation is rising that the ECB’s decision-making governing […]