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10 Fold Increase in Cryptocurrencies by Year-End | BrotherJohnF

Will Our Grandchildren Work Only Four Hours Per Day?

mises.org / Ryan McMaken / June 22, 2017

Chinese billionaire and Alibaba founder Jack Ma predicted this week that in 30 years, people will be working less than they do now. According to NBC:

I think in the next 30 years, people only work four hours a day and maybe four days a week,” Ma said. “My grandfather worked 16 hours a day in the farmland and [thought he was] very busy. We work eight hours, five days a week and think we are very busy.

Only time will tell if Ma’s prediction will come true in terms of its time horizon and magnitude. But, if the next century follows the pattern of the previous 150 years, we could be looking at continued and significant reductions in total working hours.

Some of the biggest gains are likely to occur in the so-called “developing” world, but even the wealthy West will continue seeing gains in this regard.

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Historic Silver Moves When JPMorgan Losses Control | Bill Murphy

SilverDoctorsPublished on Jun 21, 2017

Mayor Bloomberg: Democrats Will Lose In 2020 Because “Party Is Going To Be Torn Apart”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 21, 2017

Last night, in CNN and Anderson Cooper’s effort to desperately avoid discussing the Democratic debacle unfolding in Georgia, Cooper decided to pivot his discussion with former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to focus on the 2020 election cycle.  We can only imagine the thought process: ‘ignore Georgia, surely there must be some silver lining for Democrats if we just look far enough out on the horizon, right Mike?’

Unfortunately, Bloomberg didn’t offer up the reassurances that Cooper, and his employer, were so desperately seeking.  Instead, he pegged Trump’s re-election odds at 55% and predicted the entire Democratic party would be in complete disarray by the time the next election cycle rolls around.

Cooper:  “I think recently you gave the chance that Trump would be re-elected of 55%.”

Bloomberg:  “Yeah, sure.  The incumbent always has an advantage.”

“And the Democratic Party is going to be torn apart by the left and the centralists.”

Of course, after Wikileaks’ DNC leaks exposed the complete corruption of the DNC, which went to great lengths to undermine the candidacy of Bernie Sanders, the real question isn’t whether the Democratic party will suffer the consequences of a deeply divided electorate, but rather why that division hasn’t already manifested itself in the form of a deep party restructuring.

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When Illegal Aliens & Dead People Vote – Elections Change

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Jun 22, 2017

The research group Just Facts has released a study at postelection polling from the 2008 elections that put Obama in the White House.  The data has led to the conclusion that the number of noncitizens voting illegally in U.S. elections is far greater than previous estimates. The new number is 5.7 million illegal aliens voted based upon data from an extensive Harvard/YouGov study that every two years questions a sample size of tens of thousands of voters.

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Reluctant PreppersPublished on Jun 21, 2017

WTI Tumbles To $42, Brent Below $45 As Credit Crashes

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 21, 2017 12:43 PM

High yield energy credit markets are in trouble again, with risk now at its highest level in 7 months.

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This Is How Bad Things Are In The United States

kingworldnews.com / June 21, 2017

This is how bad things are in the United States.

By Bill Fleckenstein President Of Fleckenstein Capital
June 21 (King World News) – 
Non-FANG tech led the Nasdaq higher, as that index gained almost 0.5% through midday, while at the same time the S&P and the Dow were negative. The party was apparently precipitated by wins at the ridiculous game of beat-the-number by Adobe and Red Hat…

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Are The ‘Toxic’ Democrats Destined To Become A Permanent Minority Party?

theeconomiccollapseblog.com / By Michael Snyder, on June 21st, 2017

It has become exceedingly clear that the Democratic Party is in deep trouble.  Close to 55 million dollars was spent on the race in Georgia’s sixth congressional district, and that shattered all kinds of records.  Democrat Jon Ossoff was able to raise and spend six times as much money as Karen Handel and yet he still lost.  This was supposed to be the race that would show the American people that the Democrats could take back control of Congress in 2018, and so for the Democrats this was a bitter failure.  The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee actually injected almost 5 million dollars into the race themselves, and Planned Parenthood threw in another $700,000.  But after all of the time, effort and energy that was expended, Handel still won fairly comfortably.

The Democrats are trying to spin this result as some sort of “moral victory”, but as Dan Balz of the Washington Post has pointed out, there are “no moral victories in politics”…

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ISIS: Losing The Battle, But Winning The War

 

 

zerohedge.com / by Giulio Metti via The Gatestone Institute / Jun 21, 2017 1:49 PM

  • If ISIS is retreating in Mosul, it is rapidly advancing in Manchester. The Caliphate is winning its war in Europe. Six months ago in Britain, the rise of Jeremy Corbyn, the ultra-pacifist Labour party leader who blamed the “war on terror” for the recent attacks in Manchester and London, would have been unthinkable.
  • As the Caliphate razed to the ground everything in its path, Europe reacted as if that were just the result of regrettable manners that should not concern her. The Islamists, however, had other plans.
  • “Why, in August 2015, did ISIS need to blow up and destroy that temple of Baalshamin? Because it was a temple where pagans before Islam came to adore mendacious idols? No, it was because that monument was venerated by contemporary Westerners, whose culture includes an educated love for ‘historical monuments’ and a great curiosity for the beliefs of other people and other times. And Islamists want to show that Muslims have a culture that is different from ours, a culture that is unique to them”. — Paul Veyne, archeologist.

The Islamic State is crumbling — if too slowly. More than two years have passed since French President François Hollande promised, “We will bomb Raqqa“. Sooner or later, ISIS will probably be reduced to a small enclave with no territorial continuity, and its chief, Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, will be eliminated. It would, nevertheless, be most dangerous to dismiss these three years as a short parenthesis: Nazism did not last as long: “just” 12 years in power and five at war with the rest of Europe. The physical and cultural consequences of the Nazi tyranny are, unfortunately, still visible in Europe. The same will be said of the Islamic State. Three years of terror and conquests are not bad in for a war between the Caliphate vs. everyone else.

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Memo to literate people: do you really want to shrink language?

jonrappoport.wordpress.com / by Jon Rappoport / June 21, 2017

Under the onslaught of political correctness, numbing education, fake mainstream news, and other covert techniques, an attack on language is taking place.

Anyone who hasn’t been living in a cave can see this.

The solution is: go the other way.

Refuse to back down. Refuse the pressure to shrink language.

Reject the attempt to shrink formal argument and logic to slogans and mottos and vague generalities. If necessary, educate your own children. Teach them English and literature and logic. Thus, make them smarter, not dumber.

Expand their capacity to use language.

Large numbers of people are heading deeper into idiocracy, but this is no reason to abandon the quest for greater intelligence. This is no reason to despair. Life is not a search for the lowest common denominator. Others may think so, but you don’t have to.

In my 12 years of formal education, the smartest thing I did was enroll in two college courses in logic. The professor was a brilliant hair-splitter. He could discern the differences between any two hairs you might offer up. As a result, his students sharpened their minds into well-made swords. The practical real-world effects weren’t immediately obvious, but as time passed, I could certainly see the benefits. For starters, I could distinguish between fake and real analysis of information. The fake brand was replete with generalities and obfuscations.

Great numbers of people buy the fake brand. So be it.

Why join the crowd?

Deciding that a whole host of words and phrases are “hate speech” makes people dumber. Makes them less, not more, tolerant. Makes them resemble machines. If they can’t understand that, so be it.

 

 

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CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou Slams Torture, Apathy, and the War on Dissent in the US

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thedailysheeple.com / Claire Bernish / June 21, 2017

John Kiriakou never imagined he would become, much less be called, a whistleblower for speaking out publicly against his CIA employer over a shadowy torture program he’s come to believe amounts to the most nefarious of violations of international law, a heinous crime against humanity, and an affront to otherwise-touted American values of freedom and justice.

But that’s what happened.

And the ex-CIA officer languished behind bars for nearly three years for what amounts to a witch hunt targeting dissenting voices — those situated at the highest levels of government, down to military and surveillance contractors, and even extending broadly enough to begin quashing the free press.

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Russian Diplomat Cancels US Meeting In Protest Over Sanctions And “Destructive” US Policy

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 21, 2017 11:27 AM

Russia’s deputy foreign minister Sergey Ryabkov cancelled an upcoming meeting with the US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Thomas A. Shannon, Jr., according to AP, in retaliation to the Trump administration’s announcement on Tuesday that it has imposed sanctions on 38 Russian individuals and firms over Russian activities in Ukraine.

Ryabkov said that “the situation is not conducive to holding a round of this dialogue” that was scheduled for Friday and criticized the U.S. for “not having offered and not offering anything specific” to discuss.

“We have said from the very beginning of Washington’s exceptionally destructive policy in regard to applying anti-Russia sanctions, that [such measures] will not and cannot have an effect desired by the US on our individuals or entities,” Ryabkov told  RIA Novosti Tuesday.

The decision to widen the list came as President Trump met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko at the White House.

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WTI/RBOB Pump’n’Dump After Gasoline Build, Production Surge

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 21, 2017 10:39 AM

Following API’s reported build in gasoline (and distillates), oil prices have chopped around amid Saudi headlines and OPEC jawboning, as all eyes are focused on gasoline inventories in the DOE report. An unexpedted draw in Gasoline (and Crude draw) sent prices higher initially, but another surge in production capped some of the gains and prices fell back.

API

  • Crude -2.72mm (-1.2mm exp)
  • Cushing -1.269mm
  • Gasoline +346k (+500k exp)
  • Distillates +1.837mm

DOE

  • Crude -2.45mm (-1.2mm exp)
  • Cushing (-579k exp)
  • Gasoline -578k (+500k exp)
  • Distillates +1.08mm (+500k exp)

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Drugs and Tech Lead the Nasdaq Higher

ibankcoin.com / Dr. Fly / Jun 21, 2017

Breadth is a tepid 58% and many stocks are sucking wind today. But the big standouts are the drug stocks. It was the only sector that had notable buying interest and it’s following through today.

From my momentum screen in Exodus, the following healthcare names are under buying pressure.

REGN, PACB, TTPH, PTLA, ZIOP, INCY, BIIB, CELG and GILD.

Tech gains are highlighted by CA, ADBE, CSIQ, MOMO, SYNA, VIP and Z.

Both AKS and X are bouncing today too — but those stocks have been ripped to shreds and do not have credibility.

– See more at: http://ibankcoin.com/flyblog/2017/06/21/drugs-tech-lead-nasdaq-higher/#sthash.jjFbNaJd.dpuf

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Governor Rauner Screws Illinois

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / June 21, 2017

Illinois governor Bruce Rauner caved in on tax hikes and got absolutely nothing in return.

A blistering Wall Street Journal editorial, The Illinois Capitulation, has the sorry details.

Bruce Rauner spent a chunk of his personal fortune running for Governor in 2014 to save Illinois from its tax-and-spend political class. More than two years later it looks like the former private equity star has made better investments.

On Tuesday evening the Governor with the worst job in America explained why he and his fellow Republicans have offered to raise taxes for the sake of ending a multiyear budget impasse with Democrats. He said he’ll accept a four-year increase in the flat state income tax to 4.95% from the current 3.75%, expand the sales tax and implement a cable and satellite TV tax.

This is a political defeat by any definition since Mr. Rauner campaigned on lowering the income tax to 3%, not on restoring the rate close to what it was under the last Democratic Governor. The “temporary” 5% rate partially sunset in December 2014. Democrats who run the legislature refused to negotiate over a budget unless Mr. Rauner agreed to a tax increase, and now they’re refusing to make notable spending or economic reforms in return.

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Goldman’s New Favorite Trade: Make 25x Your Money If Stocks Drop 7%

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 21, 2017 11:08 AM

As we have pointed out numerous times, Goldman notes that elevated US policy uncertainty and geopolitical risk indicate heightened risk of more frequent political and geopolitical tail events, in the form of both ‘known unknowns’ or ‘unknown unknowns’…

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Off the Deep End

tfmetalsreport.com / By Dr Jerome / Wednesday, June 21, 2017

I just looked at the charts here at 6am Pacific time. I shouldn’t be surpised…  Here, have a cup of coffee. I sure needed one.

I thought you might have friends or relatives who could use a bit of perspective–from reasonable ground that can bear scrutiny.  And for this blog, I suspect this is another sermon for the choir, for most.

In late October of 2016, I foolishly posted my reasons for voting for Trump on Facebook for all my friends & family to read. They did. And they proceeded to beat the hell out of me, or stand by and watch. No doubt most thought, “Don’t know what’s wrong with that boy.” “He’s gone off the deep end”

Private conversations with a few have smoothed over some differences. Others have been silent, showing civility and restraint, but still perhaps wondering what went wrong with me. “Civility” of course is simply not telling others what you really think about them, choosing instead to focus on shared interests, like the weather. But going off the deep end can certainly lead the wrong direction—drowning in a dark pool of the unknown where things lurk, and long tentacles rise to wrap around your ankle and quickly pull you under. So I read the objections of my friends and relatives as a well-intentioned effort to help me back to rationality.

Most lakes have a slope down to the deep end—and this is one of them.

I was thirty-two years old when I started back to college in 1990 after 12 years in the electrical trade, with union membership, a solid democrat perspective on politics, and a union-inspired socialistic preference for economics. Liberal progressivism had not developed to today’s level by the time I graduated for the 3rd time ten years later. I had earned a PhD and changed careers to become a college teacher. Repulsed by the Clinton scandals and opposing the drain of our government budgets by social programs (as championed by democrats), I started voting for republicans. My socialistic views softened, giving way to a rational capitalism, although I still favor taking care of folks in a bind through job training and employment assistance. I landed a position teaching in college, earning tenure, advancing toward full professorship, beginning to publish articles in our discipline’s top journals.

Then 2008 happenend.

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Officer Who Killed Philando Castile Fired from Police Force

thedailysheeple.com / Will Porter / June 21, 2017

The Minnesota police officer who fatally shot Philando Castile last summer was fired from the St. Anthony Police Department last Friday after he was acquitted of all charges related to the shooting.

“The City of St. Anthony has concluded that the public will be best served if Officer Yanez is no longer a police officer in our city,” St. Anthony city officials said in a statement. “The city intends to offer Officer Yanez a voluntary separation agreement to help him transition to another career other than being a St. Anthony officer.”

The terms of that agreement have yet to be negotiated, but in the meantime Yanez will not return to active duty.

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JUNE 21/GOLD UP $2.40 BUT SILVER DOWN 4 CENTS/OPEN INTEREST IN SILVER CLIMBS 1400 CONTRACTS TO ALMOST 200,000 CONTRACTS (1 BILLION OZ)/HUGE SHAKEUP IN RIYADH AS SALMAN’S SON MOHAMMED BECOMES CROWN PRINCE AND THIS WOULD LEAD TO A CLASH BETWEEN IRAN AND SAUDI ARABIA/ OIL RETREATS INTO THE 42 DOLLAR COLUMN/

harveyorganblog.com / by harveyorgan / June 21, 2017

GOLD: $1243.40 UP $2.40

Silver: $16.36 DOWN 4 cent(s)

Closing access prices:

Gold $1246.50

silver: $16.44

SHANGHAI GOLD FIX: FIRST FIX 10 15 PM EST (2:15 SHANGHAI LOCAL TIME)

SECOND FIX: 2:15 AM EST (6:15 SHANGHAI LOCAL TIME)

SHANGHAI FIRST GOLD FIX: $1255.01 DOLLARS PER OZ

NY PRICE OF GOLD AT EXACT SAME TIME: $1245.90

PREMIUM FIRST FIX: $9.11

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SECOND SHANGHAI GOLD FIX: $1255.90

NY GOLD PRICE AT THE EXACT SAME TIME: $1245.40

Premium of Shanghai 2nd fix/NY:$10.50

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LONDON FIRST GOLD FIX: 5:30 am est $1247.05

NY PRICING AT THE EXACT SAME TIME: $1246.10

LONDON SECOND GOLD FIX 10 AM: $1242.50

NY PRICING AT THE EXACT SAME TIME. $1242.80

For comex gold:

JUNE/

NOTICES FILINGS TODAY FOR APRIL CONTRACT MONTH: 9 NOTICE(S) FOR 900 OZ.

TOTAL NOTICES SO FAR: 2621 FOR 262,100 OZ (8.1524 TONNES)

For silver:

For silver:

JUNE 40 NOTICES FILED TODAY FOR

200,000 OZ/

Total number of notices filed so far this month: 957 for 4,785,000 oz

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AND OIL FLUSHES OUT AGAIN — NOW SPORTING A FASHIONABLE 42 HANDLE

ibankcoin.com / Dr. Fly / Jun 21, 2017

Oil is finished. You’ll be visiting it at the graveyard, not before long.

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Gundlach Warns Flatter Curve Is “A Concern For US Economic Growth”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 21, 2017 6:55 PM

Doubleline Capital founder Jeff Gundlach warned that the flattening yield curve could become a concern for US economic growth when two and three-year notes yield about the same, and the price per barrel of WTI crude oil plunges into the $30s, he said during a phone call with a Reuters reporter.  

The last time the spread between two- and three-year yields held below 10 basis points was around the time former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke announced the beginning of Operation Twist and then QE3 in late 2012.

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German business magazine publishes major article on gold market manipulation

gata.org / CHRIS POWELL / June 21, 2017

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Focus Money, a German-language business magazine published in Munich with circulation of more than 100,000, this month included a major article about gold market manipulation. It cites GATA’s work and quotes your secretary-treasurer and the economist and market manipulation researcher Rosa Abrantes-Metz. The article, written by Johannes Heinritzi, is well-illustrated and is posted in PDF format at GATA’s internet site here:

http://www.gata.org/files/FocusMoney-06-07-2017.pdf

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Texas Nurse Could Have Killed Up To 60 Children

thedailysheeple.com /  

A former nurse in Texas who prosecutors claim could be responsible for the murders of up to 60 children was indicted Wednesday by a grand jury for the second time in recent weeks.

66-year-old Genene Jones, who has come to be known in Texas as both the “angel of death” and “the killer nurse,” was charged Wednesday with the September 1981 slaying of 2-year-old Rosemary Vega. The grand jury has recommended bail be set at $1 million.

Jones was also charged with a separate count of murder May 24 involving the poisoning of an 11-month boy with a toxic level of Dilantin, an anti-seizure drug.

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US Home Prices Surge To Record High As Homebuilder Hope-Reality Gap Largest Ever

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 21, 2017 10:08 AM

Following April’s declines across the home sales data (as well as a dip in homebuilder optimism), existing home sales in May surprised positively (up 1.1% versus -0.4% exp) and follows a small upward revision to April’s drop.

First-time buyers accounted for 33 percent of all sales in May, down from 34 percent in the prior month.

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Serious Question: Will Oil Stocks Ever Bottom?

ibankcoin.com / Dr. Fly / Jun 21, 2017

Why isn’t anyone talking about this? Oil stocks are getting murdered this year — yet all the media seems to talk about are the gains in NVDA. There are serious consequences to the stock price declines in a sector beset with so much debt. How much debt?

Hundreds of billions.

Year to date, the oil drillers are doing even worse than the retail stocks — off by 40%.

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