23 Jun 2018

The Final Assault In The War On Cash

Authored by Dan Denning: Bill has long warned of the Deep State – the loose collection of special interests, government insiders, and financial elite that quietly chart the course of America’s future.
Today, Dan Denning, Bill’s coauthor on The Bill Bonner Letter, shares why the Deep State’s next target could be the money in your bank account… and reveals how the War on Cash finally ends.
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Before I show you what I’ve learned about a plan to seize control of America’s money, let me make one point clear…
If you value sound money and political freedom… if you value limited government and taxation with representation… and if you value enterprise and privacy… then you’re going to hate the future I’m about to describe.

Where Have All The Good Women Gone?

The 'Murder' Of Julian Assange

'See the criminal state for what it is - a global Mafia operation that shakes down entire continents and wages wars of conquest and pillage for profit.'
Authored by Kurt Nimmo: It was a fool’s errand.
On the day Donald Trump was elected his supporters asked him to pardon the founder and frontman of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange. They flooded social media demanding Assange be allowed to leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London without arrest and extradition to the United States.
Stone silence from Trump and his administration.
A few months before the election, WikiLeaks released a searchable archive of over 30,000 emails and attachments taken from Hillary Clinton’s not-so private email server. 
Trump held no aversion to exploiting the emails. He called them the Crooked Hillary emails and said they endangered the national security of the United States. 
Democrats called foul, said Assange had colluded with Putin and the Russians. 
In April, they filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Russian government, the Trump campaign, and WikiLeaks. They argue there was a widespread conspiracy to swing the 2016 election.
They have zero evidence of this. Evidence is no longer required. Accusations alone now serve to take down leaders and destroy careers.

Digital Identity Control

Max and Stacy throw to a panel on which Max Keiser spoke at MoneyConf. Topics included whether or not the crypto-craze of 2017 was good or bad for bitcoin. In the second half, Max interviews Joseph Thompson of AID:Tech about controlling one’s digital identity and how blockchain technology can assist aid delivery.

Racist White Professor Gets His Wish Granted!

Raging Golden Eagle: Lack of self awareness is absolutely wonderful when it leads to someone getting exactly what they asked for, yet leaves them crying about it.

Anti-Catastrophe - Information v Degradation

By Rostislav Ishchenko: June 22nd – the day the most bloody war in the history of Russia began. The day a series of the largest military catastrophes not only in Russian history, but also in the history of mankind began. The Kiev cauldron in September, 1941 and the triple encirclement near Bryansk and Vyazma in October of the same year neither in terms of the number of surrounded armies, nor the number of lost people (those who died and those who went missing), nor the number of equipment captured by the enemy were surpassed up to the end of the war. Taking into account the technologisation of armies and the reduction in the quantity of staff in favor of a bigger saturation of troops by high-precision robotised weapons systems and automatic control systems, we can confidently state that these catastrophes won’t be surpassed in the foreseeable future. It is enough to say that in one month the USSR lost 1.5 million people in these cauldrons (killed, wounded, and captured).
And before this there were border battles, which were also lost by the USSR (the most part of troops and equipment of the Soviet Western front was lost in the Belostok and Minsk-Vitebsk cauldrons). All of this taken together led to a loss in the campaign of 1941.
In Russia there are often debates about who indeed was to blame for this most terrifying crushing defeat. And it indeed was terrifying. The country lost the most part of its army personnel (except the divisions covering the Far East and Transcaucasia) and huge territories on which before the war half the general population lived and where over 60% of industrial production was concentrated.

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