Jo Cox Shooting Suspends Brexit Campaign – False Flag Conspiracies Flood Internet (Video)

Ron Johnson


JO COX SHOOTING: Britain First official statement

Britain First

Harvard Econ Prof. Kenneth Rogoff: Buy Gold

(Kitco News) – Emerging market economies need to shy away from the U.S. dollar and U.S. treasuries, and instead invest more in gold, this according to one Harvard profession.

Tuesday, in a commentary for Project Syndicate, Kenneth Rogoff, professor of Economics at the Ivey League university and former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund, recommended that emerging economies boost their gold reserves to about 10%, which would still keep them below some developed country’s gold reserves.

“Emerging markets have remained buyers of gold, but at a snail’s pace compared to their voracious appetite for U.S. Treasury bonds and other rich-country debt.”


Why the U.S. Mint Has Sold Out of Silver Coins

Justin Spittler
Casey Research

The U.S. Mint is selling out of gold and silver coins…

Last month, the U.S. Mint sold 97,000 ounces of American Eagles, the most popular U.S. gold coin. That’s 185% more than it sold in October, and silver-eagle62% more than November 2014.

Demand for gold coins has been so strong that the U.S. Mint is running out of certain coins. It recently sold out of its 0.1-ounce, 0.25-ounce, and 1-ounce 2015 gold American Eagles.

During the third quarter of this year, the U.S. Mint sold 397,000 ounces of gold American Eagles. That was the most it’s sold in a quarter since early 2010.

The huge spike in gold coin sales shows that investors are using low prices to load up on physical gold. The price of gold has fallen 10% this year. Gold is now trading at a five-year low.


Fed’s Nov. 23 ‘expedited meeting’ rattles Wall St.

YellenMMC News / Realist News


Wall Street got a little unnerved on Friday by the announcement of an unscheduled Federal Reserve meeting this Monday.

The Fed announcement said its board of governors would get together “under expedited procedures” at 11:30 a.m. Monday for a “review and determination … of the advance and discount rates to be charged by the Federal Reserve Banks.”

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Debt Market Distortions Go Global as Nothing Makes Sense Anymore – Bloomberg


Rates on interest-rate swaps plunge below Treasury yields
Worries over `something bigger brewing under the surface’

Something very strange is happening in the world of fixed income.

Across developed markets, the conventional relationship between government debt — long considered the risk-free benchmark — and other assets has been turned upside-down.

Nowhere is that more evident than in the U.S., where lending to the government should be far safer than speculating on the direction of interest rates with Wall Street banks. But these days, it’s just the opposite as a growing number of Treasuries yield more than interest-rate swaps. The same phenomenon has emerged in the U.K., while the “swap spread” as it’s known among bond-market types, has shrunk to the smallest on record in Australia.


Bill Holter: Gold Is Cheap. Gold Stocks Are Cheaper! (Video)


America’s Controlled Economic Implosion (Video)

Pillars of Liberty

Current Economic Collapse News Brief – Episode 806

X22 Report

YOU Are A Share Of Stock In The Corporation — Anita Whitney

SGT Report

We are governed by a system of corporate contracts which have usurped the power of our “representative government”. Our corporate government has turned overtly tyrannical because it no longer represents the people – it’s a corporation and the board of directors serve the owners of the corporation, not we the people.

You and I are merely shares of stock in the corporation IF we allow it to be so. Researcher and activist Anita Whitney from joins me to discuss all of this and more.

Fed Poised to Deploy Negative Interest Rates

Greg Robb

Federal Reserve officials now seem open to deploying negative interest rates to combat the next serious recession even though they rejected that option during the darkest days of the financial crisis in 2009 and 2010.

“Some of the experiences [in Europe] suggest maybe can we use negative interest rates and the costs aren’t as great as you anticipate,” said William Dudley, the president of the New York Fed, in an interview on CNBC on Friday.

The Fed under former chairman Ben Bernanke considered using negative rates during the financial crisis, but rejected the idea.

“We decided — even during the period where the economy was doing the poorest and we were pretty far from our objectives — not to move to negative interest rates because of some concern that the costs might outweigh the benefits,” said Dudley.


See also Oct. 12 X22 Report:

Willem Middelkoop: “No need to reinvent money, gold is money and all else is credit”