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Monthly Archives: May 2015

Chinese Stocks Are Surging On Weak Macro Data BTFD-iness

Having dropped over 10% in the previous 2 days, what better way to get the speculative frenzy of Chinese housewives levered up and buying stocks again than terrible macro data. With China HSBC Manufacturing PMI printing 49.2 (the 3rd monthly contraction in a row) and China's official Services PMI tumbling to its lowest since Dec […]

A First-Hand Account Of The Greek Bank Run

zerohedge.com / by Tom Winnifrith of Share Prophets / 05/31/2015 22:015 Witnessing the great bank run first hand as I deposit money in Greece Jim Mellon says that the Greeks should build a statue in my honour as on Friday I opened a bank account in Greece and made a deposit. Okay it was only […]

Texas also aims to repatriate its gold … from HSBC in New York

gata.org / by cpowell on 2015-05-31 A Gold Rush in Texas? By Anna M. Tinsley Fort Worth Star-Telegram Saturday, May 30, 2015 http://www.star-telegram.com/news/politics-government/article22707600.ht… AUSTIN, Texas — Texas — long known for cattle, cowboys, and oil — could soon be on the map for something much different. Gold. State Rep. Giovanni Capriglione asked the Legislature to […]

Controversial Journalist: “Relentless White Racism All The Time And Everywhere Is the Biggest Lie Of Our Lifetimes”

shtfplan.com / by Mac Slavo / May 31st, 2015 If you tuned your television exclusively to mainstream media broadcasts you’d probably think that racial violence and black victimization in America have reached a tipping point; that white-on-black crime was so out of control we were living under slavery or Jim Crow segregation again. But according to […]

American Police Are Shooting And Killing More Than 2 People Per Day In 2015

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 05/31/2015 20:30 On Saturday we introduced readers to the “Ferguson Effect”. The idea is that the recent spate of prosecutions and instances of social unrest that followed a series of events involving perceived police misconduct directed at African Americans have made police officers gun shy — literally. Here’s what […]

Doctor Involved in Arizona Medical Kidnapping Case to Face Charges Before Arizona Medical Board

Kathryn A. Coffman, MD healthimpactnews.com / May 31, 2015 On Wednesday June 3, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. the Arizona Medical Board will review the complaint against the State of Arizona’s expert witness on child abuse cases, Kathryn Coffman, M.D. The meeting will take place at 9535 E. Doubletree Ranch Road, in Scottsdale, Arizona. (See meeting agenda.) Dr. […]

How BitGold intends to become a new standard

gata.org / By Suzanne McGee via The Guardian, London / May 31, 2015 http://www.theguardian.com/money/us-money-blog/2015/may/31/bitgold-new-s… When Josh Crumb and his colleague started out, they just wanted to figure out a way to allow people to pay for a cup of coffee with gold. Yes, you read that correctly. With gold. In the more than four decades […]

NSA Surveillance To Lapse At Midnight Although Extension Imminent With Obama’s Signature

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 05/31/2015 “This is a debate over the Bill of Rights,” exclaimed Rand Paul before this evening’s rare Sunday Senate vote which secured NSA Reform (but leaves a brief window of NSA shutdown before Obama signs the bill), adding, now seemingly falling on the most-bribed and deafest ears, that “this […]

TPP death pool: more pharmaceutical destruction is coming

jonrappoport.wordpress.com / by Jon Rappoport / May 31, 2015 “After any agreement is achieved between high-level criminals, there are two basic phases. First, conflicts arise, and the settlements are crude and sometimes painful. Second, the criminal parties realize, like the ‘gentlemen’ they are, that the jackpot they are sharing is big enough for everyone. So […]

The Digital Revolution vs. Inflation

garynorth.com / by Gary North / May 29, 2015 There are constant debates over whether we are in an inflationary or a deflationary environment in the United States. I argue, and I have been arguing for a decade, that we are in a mildly inflationary environment with respect to consumer prices. Obviously, with respect to […]