Greg Hunter – Financial expert Catherine Austin Fitts has said for years that the economy was not going to crash, but be on a “slow burn.” How long can they make this heavily indebted game last? Fitts says, “Our problem as investors is we don’t know. If you look at all the information we need to make an intelligent assessment, we don’t have access to that information.
“I have said many times this is a military question. Who has the biggest weapons and who has the ability to deliver force and control? So, we are living with maximum uncertainty. . . .
Clearly, we are headed into a new currency world that’s part of a new control system, but the answer is we don’t know when. My fear with many, many commentators is they are underestimating the power and endurance of the system. I am always getting yelled at because people think I am pro-empire. I am not saying I am pro-empire or I am for the things they are doing to keep it going.” Continue reading “We are Living with Maximum Uncertainty [Video]”
Arjun Walia – When it comes to politics, we are living in historic times. For the first time in a very very long time, a United States president that does not work as a puppet for the cabal, the corporations, and the financial elite is in the White House. That is not to say he doesn’t and hasn’t roamed in these circles, but things are clearly different. It seems that if you do not bash Trump, as we see the mainstream media constantly doing, you’re his supporter. This is not true, and it’s important to remember that we can view politics and what’s happening right now from an objective perspective. You don’t have to get caught up in the hate, the finger pointing, and all of the negativity; you can simply step back, watch, and be neutral. Continue reading ““The Central Bank Is My Biggest Threat” – Trump On The Federal Reserve”
Greg Hunter – Radio host Dr. Dave Janda says everybody in Washington knows the next big crash is right around the corner. It’s been 10 years since the Fed reflated the last meltdown, and Dr. Janda says President Trump is already blaming the Federal Reserve for killing the economy that his policies revived.
Dr. Janda explains, “President Trump has been pointing the finger at the Fed. He’s been pointing the finger at the Fed, and that is exactly where he should be pointing. The globalist syndicate’s tentacle is the central banking system, and, in particular, in the United States, the Federal Reserve.
The Federal Reserve is one of the entities that is directly responsible for this financial mess our country is currently in. You would never see Obama or the Bushes, or Bill Clinton, point at the Fed and say what Trump has said. Trump said, ‘I think the Fed has gone crazy. I think the Fed is making a mistake. They’re so tight with interest rates. I think the Fed has gone crazy.’ Just the other day, Trump said, ‘My biggest threat is the Fed. . . . The Fed is raising rates too fast, and it’s too independent.’ Continue reading “Trump Blaming Fed for Next Market Crash [Video]”
Gary Christenson – Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman starred in the 2007 movie, “The Bucket List.” A “bucket list” defines things we want to do before we die, before we “kick the bucket.”
A reverse bucket list—as used here—is a list of things that have already occurred but we wish had not happened.
The Reverse Bucket List
1- The Federal Reserve Act authorized the central bank of the United States.
That act allowed a privately owned bank—The Federal Reserve—which is neither federal nor a reserve—to control the nation’s money supply. Politicians and bankers are pleased The Fed exists because it enhances their power and wealth. However, the Fed devalues the dollar and creates price inflation for consumers and stocks. This weakens the economy and transfers wealth to the political and financial elite.
Not everyone wishes the Fed would disappear, but that desire is number one on this Reverse Bucket List. (I’m not optimistic about its demise…) Read “Secretly Sticking it to Americans.” Continue reading “A Reverse Bucket List”
Greg Hunter – Economist John Williams says the recent rate hikes mean the “Fed is killing off the economy.”
Williams says, “I heard President Trump make some comments to that effect, and he’s right. The Fed is trying to raise rates. The idea is if you get higher rates, the banks will be able to make more profits on their lending. It will also encourage bank lending. Unfortunately, on the consumer end, it raises the consumers’ cost of borrowing as interest rates go up. It makes mortgages more expensive. It makes borrowing more expensive.
Mortgages go up, people don’t buy as many houses. What you are seeing right now is effectively a recession in the housing market, in the construction area. Existing home sales have been down for six or seven months in a row, and it’s down year over year.” Continue reading “Fed Killing the Economy [Video]”