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SHTFplan: No French Revolution in America

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was originally published by Kurt Nimmo at Another Day in the Empire More than 80% of the people of France—ordinary working people, not the professional bureaucrate class—support the “gilets jaunes,” the yellow vests in the street protesting against the globalist policies of Emmanuel Macron, defender of the […]

SHTFplan: Hyperlink Tax and Filters: Is It Time to Dust Off the Mimeo Machine?

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was originally published by Kurt Nimmo at Another Day in the Empire The unelected bureaucrats at the European Union are in the process of destroying the web and social media as we know it. In the not too far distant future, we may be obliged […]

SHTFplan: Taxing and Tracking the Independent Media: Censorship and Control

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. One of the most heinous things about taxes is that they support the very “organs” (to quote a Soviet-era term) of government that crush the people…even further. The taxes are weapons used by the authorities…and all authority comes from the barrel of a gun (to paraphrase Mao). […]

Frog in the Kettle: Internet Restrictions Creeping Up On You

Everything is done so very quietly, with no fanfare and minimal coverage.  The silence is deceptive.  There’s an old, Italian proverb that covers this train of thought: “Nel silenzio c’è niente sentire ma non è senza le parole.” Translation: “In silence, there is nothing to hear, but it is not without words.” Very true, for […]

These European Countries Are Refusing to Accept the Unchecked Influx of Migrants

This report was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper Much has been written about the unchecked influx of migrants into Europe recently. As the EU promotes the warm, fuzzy, “inclusive” policies that are overwhelming countries with immigrants, some of those countries are bluntly starting to say, “no more.” At the same time, […]

Financial Strategist: Trade War Could Usher In Dire Financial Crisis MUCH SOONER

According to a Societe Generale strategist Albert Edwards, a trade war would bring about a financial crisis a lot sooner than anyone expected. Edwards has warned in the past that currency devaluation could spark an economic recession worse than 2008, and now he’s sounding the alarm about Donald Trump’s trade policies. Edwards now points to the Trump […]

Emerging Markets: What has Changed

marctomarket.com / Dr. Win Thin / December 22nd, 2017 Fitch upgraded Indonesia by a notch to BBB with stable outlook. EU-Poland tensions entered a new phase. Cyril Ramaphosa was elected as the new ANC President over opponent Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. Argentina’s lower house approved President Macri’s pension reform bill. Sebastian Pinera won the Chilean presidency in the second […]

EU Opens Article Seven Process Against Poland: Poland to Leave the EU?

themaven.net / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / December 21, 2017 The EU opened up Article 7 charges against Poland for having non-EU values. Poland is a serious risk to leave the EU. Article seven is a charge against a country for having non-European values. Specifically, the charge against Poland relates to its judiciary, but the EU also took […]

Brexit Deal “Sufficient Progress” Made: Divorce Talk Round Two Begins

themaven.net / by Mike Mish Shedlock / December 8, 2017 UK Prime Minister Theresa May caved in on enough things allowing the EU negotiators to proclaim “Sufficient Progress”. “Sufficient Progress” Declared Brexit: European Commission recommends sufficient progress to the European Council (Article 50) https://t.co/7YJLdK4auy #euco #Brexit — European Commission (@EU_Commission) December 8, 2017 READ MORE The […]

Bailins Coming In EU – 114 Italian Banks Have NP Loans Exceeding Tangible Assets

goldcore.com / By jan skoyles / December 5, 2017 Bailins Coming In EU – 114 Italian Banks Have NP Loans Exceeding Tangible Assets – Italy opposes ECB proposal that holds banks to firm deadlines for writing down bad loans – Italy’s banks weighed down under €318bn of bad loans – New ECB rules could ‘derail’ any recovery in […]