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Day 151 – Hillary’s Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 1

George Webb, Published on Mar 23, 2017

Collect It All – McCabe Can Order Electronic or Physical Surveillance Any Time Without Warrant. You Only Need FISA If You Are Going Public Or To Trial

How To Trade The Health-Care Vote / by Tyler Durden / Mar 23, 2017 11:57 AM

The Trump administration faces a major legislative test today with the health-care vote, and for those attempting to trade the event, Bloomberg’s Cameron Crise notes that risk-takers need to ask themselves two questions

1) Do I have an edge?

At this point the vote is too close to call. Unless you have someone in DC counting votes alongside the whip, the honest answer is almost certainly “no”

2) Does this vote matter?


Will a Stock Market Sell-Off Happen After the Healthcare Vote? / by Money Morning Member Alert via Money Morning / 

Fears of a stock market sell-off have been growing in the wake of yesterday’s performance.

Yesterday (Tuesday, March 21), the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 fell 1.1% and 1.2%, respectively. That was the Dow Jones’ biggest one-day loss since Sept. 13, 2016, while the S&P 500’s drop was the largest since Oct. 11.

Now investors are anxiously awaiting the outcome of tomorrow’s vote on the GOP’s new healthcare bill to replace Obamacare. The vote is seen as a proxy for Trump’s future political wins, especially his proposed tax cuts, which have been the primary fuel for the post-election stock market rally.


GOLD: Supply Won’t Keep Up With Demand | Golden Rule Radio #11

McAlvany Financial, Published on Mar 23, 2017

The world gold council has indicated that peak gold supply has already occurred and that when demand spikes further supply will not be able to keep up. We review the movements of Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium, The Dollar Index, The DOW, & more after last week’s interest rate hike. Geopolitically tensions rise which could be the catalyst for further market movements. Thanks for watching

“Stinging Defeat For Trump”: House Delays Health Care Vote On Doubts It Can Pass / by Tyler Durden / Mar 23, 2017 11:54 AM

Summary of the chaotic day’s key events:

  • GOP House leaders delayed their planned vote Thursday to repeal and replace “Obamacare,” which as AP put it was a “stinging defeat” for Paul Ryan and President Trump in their first major legislative test.
  • The decision came after Trump failed to reach agreement with a bloc of rebellious conservatives. Moderate-leaning Republican lawmakers were also bailing on the legislation, leaving it short of votes.
  • At least 30 Republicans said they opposed the bill, enough to defeat the measure. But the number was in constant flux amid the eleventh-hour lobbying.
  • The bill could still come to a vote in coming days, but canceling Thursday’s vote is a significant defeat. It came on the seven-year anniversary of President Barack Obama signing the Affordable Care Act, years that Republicans have devoted to promising repeal.
  • “No deal,” House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows, R-N.C., said after he and his group of more than two dozen rebellious conservatives met with Trump to try to get more concessions to reduce requirements on insurance companies.
  • The Republican legislation would halt Obama’s tax penalties against people who don’t buy coverage and cut the federal-state Medicaid program for low earners, which the Obama statute had expanded. It would provide tax credits to help people pay medical bills, though generally skimpier than Obama’s statute provides. It also would allow insurers to charge older Americans more and repeal tax boosts the law imposed on high-income people and health industry companies.The measure would also block federal payments to Planned Parenthood for a year, another stumbling block for GOP moderates.


Wikileaks Reveals CIA’s Nightskies Spyware that Infects ‘Factory Fresh’ iPhones /  / Mar 23, 2017

These people are maniacle sociopaths. Wikileaks is doing a live QnA regarding this new vault7 release that proves the CIA is, essentially, loading iPhones with malware that is able to spy on you, even after a factory reset.

But no, they were never spying on Trump. That’s going to far. These are good guys, right shitlibs?

Today, March 23rd 2017, WikiLeaks releases Vault 7 “Dark Matter”, which contains documentation for several CIA projects that infect Apple Mac Computer firmware (meaning the infection persists even if the operating system is re-installed) developed by the CIA’s Embedded Development Branch (EDB). These documents explain the techniques used by CIA to gain ‘persistence’ on Apple Mac devices, including Macs and iPhones and demonstrate their use of EFI/UEFI and firmware malware.


Expect Volatility With Healthcare Vote, And Profit From It! By Gregory Mannarino

Gregory Mannarino, Published on Mar 23, 2017

London Attacker Is Khalid Masood, 52-Year-Old Brit With Prior Criminal Convictions / by Tyler Durden / Mar 23, 2017

After yesterday’s snafu, in which the London attacker was incorrectly named as an Islamic “hate preacher” who however turned out to be in prison at the time of the attack, moments ago UK police said that the man they believe to be responsible for the terrorist attack in Westminster yesterday has been formally identified as Khalid Masood.

Masood, aged 52 (Dec 25, 1964), was born in Kent and detectives believe he was most recently living in the West Midlands. Masood was also known by a number of aliases. Masood was not the subject of any current investigations and there was no prior intelligence about his intent to mount a terrorist attack.


Are US Treasury Yields Headed Up or Down? My Answer: Yes, Yes, Yes / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / March 23, 2017

Many Mish readers have been asking about US treasury yields.

Are yields going up or down?

My fearless forecast is yes, yes, and yes. A series of charts will explain.


Since mid-2015, yields on 1-year, 2-year, 3-year and 5-year treasuries has risen. Yields on 10-year and 30-year treasuries have fallen.


The Inverse Trump Trade / BY JARED DILLIAN / MARCH 23, 2017

First: please follow me on Twitter!

The market dumped on Tuesday. For a good graphical representation, look at the three-day chart of the S&P 500 I keep on my desktop.

I like three day charts. If you want to know where you’re going, it’s good to know where you’ve been.


You can see a pretty radical change in price action from one day to the next.

What happened?

The job of financial journalism is to try to explain the day-to-day variations in the stock market. Oftentimes, there is nothing to report—lots of randomness. This time, on the other hand, stocks went down hard—so there must be a story behind it.


Former Russian Lawmaker Shot Dead In Broad Daylight In Ukraine Capital / by Tyler Durden / Mar 23, 2017

A former Russian MP wanted by Moscow for fraud was shot dead in broad daylight in the heart of the Ukrainian capital on Thursday in what Kiev branded “state terrorism.”

“There was an exchange of fire in front of the entrance to the Premier-Palace Hotel about 40 minutes ago. One man was killed and two other persons were injured. The identity of the killed man has been established. He is a Russian politician, a former State Duma member. Yes, I can confirm that he is Denis Voronenkov,” the head of Kiev police, Andrey Krishchenko, said, as cited by TASS.

The former lawmaker was shot twice in the head when he was on the corner of Taras Shevchenko Boulevard and Pushkinska Street, near the main entrance to Kiev’s Premier Palace Hotel.


Security Alert: Windows 10 Has Been Quietly Logging EVERY KEYSTROKE You Type And Sending It To Microsoft (This Is How To Stop It) / Mac Slavo / March 23rd, 2017

Yesterday we reported that an international group of hackers claim they have breached Apple’s iCloud user database and stolen 300 million usernames and passwords. The group has threatened to initiate a widespread factory reset on April 7th, 2017, potentially wiping out data on tens of millions of iPhones and iCloud accounts should Apple fail to pay a ransom.

But that breach by nefarious hackers, while serious, is nothing compared to what your trusted operating system provider may be doing on your personal computer.

According to a recent report, if you are a Windows 10 user then every single keystroke you have ever typed on your computer may have been logged and sent to Microsoft.

You know those nagging questions during the installation process that ask you whether or not you want to “help” improve Windows by sending data to Microsoft? If you happened to answer “yes” to one of these questions, or if you went with the Microsoft default installation, there is a real possibility that everything you have done on your computer from the get-go, including sending “secure” messages (because the keyboard logger captures your keystrokes before they appear in your secure messaging app), is now a part of a massive user database somewhere.


Waning Trump’s Rally and Gold / ARKADIUSZ SIEROŃ / MARCH 23, 2017

American stocks fell more than 1 percent on Tuesday. What does it mean for the gold market?

The day before yesterday, Wall Street suffered its worst day since the presidential election. After the impressive rally , the U.S. equities plunged more than 1.2 percent, as one can see in the chart below. It has been the first such loss in 110 trading days.


What happened? Well, it seems that the main reason were concerns about whether Trump will be able to pass his reforms. Last week, the new administration published its budget plan. It quickly turned out that the proposal is probably dead on arrival. And the budget blueprint suggests that infrastructure spending may be much less than expected. Moreover, Trump had some problems to gain support for his health care bill. Hence, investors started to worry if this fight could delay others key elements of Trump’s pro-growth agenda, such as tax cuts. These fears led to a weakening of the dollar and a rally in gold.


Trump Talks Truthiness: “Hey Look, I’m The President, And You’re Not” / by Tyler Durden / Mar 23, 2017

Mimicing the infamous “Is God Dead?” cover from 1966, TIME Magazine takes aim at President Trump’s truthiness by asking “Is Truth Dead?”


President Trump spoke with TIME Washington Bureau Chief Michael Scherer on March 22 for a cover story about the way he has handled truth and falsehood in his career.

As Politico reports, President Trump defended his prior controversial statements on wiretapping, voter fraud and an array of other issues, claiming that he has ultimately been proven right time and time again. Some fun excerpts include:

  • “I’m a very instinctual person, but my instinct turns out to be right,” Trump told Time’s Washington bureau chief Michael Scherer in an interview conducted Wednesday and published Thursday morning. “I tend to be right. I’m an instinctual person, I happen to be a person that knows how life works.”


A New Trend Emerges – Digital Gold ‘Gifting’ Gains Popularity in China

Image result for china gold / Michael Krieger / 

I rarely write about gold these days, but the following from Reuters caught my attention.

BEIJING/SHANGHAI, March 7 China’s virtual gifting market, typically the domain of plugged-in young consumers celebrating special occasions or flirting, is luring major financial institutions keen to boost trade of another auspicious commodity: gold.

Tencent’s digital gold packets, known as “microgold”, are backed by the country’s biggest bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC). They allow users to send funds that track the real-time value of gold to friends over the firm’s popular messaging platform WeChat.

It’s a financial innovation on the concept of virtual gifts, such as digital roses and chocolates, more commonly used in online communities and which have more sentimental value than any tangible economic worth.


Gold Prices See Seventh Day Of Gains After Terrorist Attack In London / By Mark O’Byrne / March 23, 2017

– Gold prices higher seven days in row – best gains since Brexit
– Gold spikes to three week high after terrorist attack in London
– Global stocks fell yesterday after attack in London 
– Stocks resilient today and start day flat
– Gold rallies 4.1% in recent days as stock prices falter

– Sterling fell yesterday but flat today
– Risk of terrorist ‘spectacular’ shows importance of gold
– Trump faces big test today and failure may impact stocks
– Silver rose 0.3% yesterday and is another 0.5% higher today to $17.69 per ounce

– Uncertainty to provide support for gold and should test resistance at $1,250 per ounce and above that at $1,300 per ounce


Gold prices reached a 3-week high yesterday after the terrorist attack in London pushed gold to $1,251.30 per ounce – the highest it’s been since February 28.

Gold prices have risen over 4% in the last seven days as global equities slumped and risk aversion returned to markets. Gold has consolidated on the gains of the last seven sessions today and prices are marginally higher just above $1,250 per ounce.

London’s worst attack in more than a decade left five people dead, including the assailant and the police officer he stabbed, and at least 40 injured.


Schumer Says He Will Oppose Gorsuch Nomination, Threatens Filibuster / by Tyler Durden / Mar 23, 2017

Moments ago, Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer said he would oppose the nomination of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and urge fellow Democrats to do the same. Schumer’s opposition comes minutes after Sen. Bob Casey said he would also oppose Gorsuch.


“After careful deliberation, I have concluded that I cannot support Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court” Schumer said, adding the Supreme Court nominee “was unable to sufficiently convince me that he’d be an independent check” on Trump.


London Falling: Likely False Flag Conducted on Skull & Bones 3/22 / by Jeff Berwick / March 22, 2017

9/11 was the biggest false flag attack of our generation. But, there were many false flag attacks before 9/11 such as the Gulf of Tonkin incident, which gave a reason for the US government’s terrorist attacks in Vietnam to name just one of many.

But, since 9/11, which was the most overt and obvious false flag attack ever recorded, no other so-called “Islamic terrorist attack” can be looked at in the same way. The very first thing that must be considered, since 9/11, is that it is a false flag attack.

Today, in London, a so-called Islamic terrorist attack was said to have been carried out with a few people reported to be dead and injured.

We, nor thousands of independent detectives worldwide, have yet to have time to dig through the evidence which will likely show it to be a false flag attack operated by MI6… but here is what we can say so far.


The Divided Deep State is a Symptom, Not the Disease / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / CHARLES HUGH SMITH

If we understand the profound political disunity fracturing the nation and its Imperial Project, we understand the Deep State must also fracture along the same fault lines.

I’ve been writing about the divided Deep State for a number of years, most recently in The Conflict within the Deep State Just Broke into Open Warfare. The topic appears to be one of widespread interest, as this essay drew over 300,000 views.
It’s impossible to understand the divided Deep State unless we situate it in the larger context of profound political disunity, a concept I learned from historian Michael Grant, whose slim but insightful volume The Fall of the Roman Empire I have been recommending since 2009.
As I noted in my 2009 book Survival+, this was a key feature of the Roman Empire in its final slide to collapse. The shared values and consensus which had held the Empire’s core together dissolved, leaving petty fiefdoms to war among themselves for what power and swag remained.


Wikileaks Releases “NightSkies 1.2”: Proof CIA Bugs “Factory Fresh” iPhones / by Tyler Durden / Mar 23, 2017

The latest leaks from WikiLeaks’ Vault 7 is titled “Dark Matter” and claims that the CIA has been bugging “factory fresh” iPhones since at least 2008 through suppliers.  The full documents are expected to be released after a 10 a.m. EDT “press briefing” that WikiLeaks promoted on its Twitter.


The West is Collapsing As The East Ascends – SoT 148

Shadow of TruthPublished on Mar 23, 2017

The FBI’s Conspiracy Theory of a Trump/Putin Collusion Has No Clothes — Paul Craig Roberts / Paul Craig Roberts / March 22, 2017 

Unable to provide an ounce of evidence that a Trump/Putin conspiracy stole the presidential election from Hillary Clinton, the corrupt US “intelligence” agencies are shifting their focus to social media and to Internet sites such as Alex Jones and Breitbart. Little doubt the FBI investigation will trickle down to Glenn Greenwald at The Intercept, Zero Hedge, the Ron Paul Institute, Nomi Prins, Naked Capitalism, Lew Rockwell, Global Research,, and to others on the PropOrNot, Harvard Library, and Le Monde lists, such as top Reagan administration officials David Stockman and myself. It is extraordinary that the FBI is so desperate to protect the budget of the military/security complex that it brings such embarrassment to itself. Who in the future will believe any FBI report or anything a FBI official says?

Those behind this “investigation” understand that it is so ridiculous that they must give it gravity and credibility. They selected two reporters, Peter Stone and Greg Gordon, in the McClatchy News Washington Bureau, who fit Udo Ulfkotte’s definition of “bought journalists.” Hiding behind anonymous sources—“two people familiar with the inquiry” and “sources who spoke on condition of anonymity”—the presstitutes fell in with the attack on independent media, reporting that one former US intelligence official said: “This may be one of the most highly impactful information operations in the history of intelligence.”

Wow! A totally ridiculous “investigation” is one of the most important in history. The implication is that the Russians are operating through scores or hundreds of independent media sites to control how Americans vote.


Deal Done?Trump Gets Standing Ovation From Freedom Caucus / by Tyler Durden / Mar 23, 2017 

Update 4:  Or maybe the White House is just getting ahead of itself. According to Fox News’ Charlie Gasparino, the “freedom caucus say their members are still a NO but @WhiteHouse still predicting a victory.”


Search for 216 Votes: Obamacare Replacement Act Headed for Flames, Perhaps Overwhelmingly / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / March 22, 2017

The search for 216 votes in the House to repeal and replace Obamacare is underway. Odds appear the search will fall short, perhaps very short.

The problem for Republicans is not a single Democrat supports the bill. All 216 votes will need to come from Republicans, of which there are 237. That means there can only be 21 Republican dissents.

The New York Times has an interesting graphic on Omabacare Replacement Intentions. Let’s take a look.


If accurate, that’s all you need to know.

If you give Paul Ryan the benefit of the doubt and all the undecideds, all the concerned, and all the supporters end up voting to repeal and replace, you reach 210 votes. That is six short. So at least six of the no votes need to change their minds.


For Keynesians and Austrians, “Uncertainty” Means Two Different Things / G. P. Manish * Felicia Cowley / March 23, 2017 

Keynesian economics has witnessed a remarkable resurgence since the crisis of 2008. The inability of mainstream economics to predict or explain the crisis led many economists to become skeptical of its core macroeconomic tenets. Several have turned the clock back to the ideas of Keynes to make sense of the housing bubble and the ensuing recession.

One such explanation inspired by the General Theory emphasizes the endemic uncertainty of the future and its implications for market stability. Championed by Paul Davidson1 and popularized by Robert Skidelsky,2 this line of thought blames the crisis and recession on the fickle expectations and “animal spirits” that guide investment in a market economy.3

Per this thesis, in an uncertain world, entrepreneurs and investors suffer from mood swings. Optimism regarding the future abruptly gives way to pessimism. Fluctuations in economic activity are the result of these variations in outlook.

With its focus on uncertainty, this line of thought bears a striking resemblance to Austrian ideas. Moreover, its rejection of mathematical probability as a foundation for expectations is echoed by several prominent Austrian economists.

Nevertheless, while Keynesians conclude that the uncertainty of the future renders a market economy inherently unstable, Austrians embrace uncertainty without losing faith in the order generated by a market economy. What lies at the root of this puzzle?