Deep State Discloses Post-Election Plans

Spurred by the prospect of no longer having to deal with Donald Trump’s “America First” policies, movement to digital currency (DC) and a cashless world is accelerating in Europe, Canada and China. DC will allow offshore and private money to be hunted down for taxation, while allowing governments to track and control citizens who spend it.

Lockdown Investing – Part 2

“I don’t have to tell you things are bad, everybody knows things are bad. It’s a depression. Everybody’s out of work or scared of losing their job.” Thus did Peter Finch in the 1976 movie classic Network define the day. He then prompted viewers to “get mad,” open their windows and shout “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore!”

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Tax Reform With A Heavy Dose of SALT

Under the stigma of being tagged in 2018 as the most non-productive Congress of all time, DC reps are working hard to create and pass by Thanksgiving the biggest tax code rewrite since 1986. Tax changes and simplification are potentially huge, but details are being kept under wraps in hopes of staving off sabotage from a huge wave of lobbyists, determined to preserve loopholes that benefit their clients.

Another false flag

Sure looks like it. Instead of following mainstream media and wailing about the awfulness of guns, etc., several articles are asking the key question: “Cui Bono?” (Who benefits?)

Bill Still cites details in this video report that seem to paint Paddock as a patsy shooter, who got off only a few of the estimated 2400 rounds that were fired (with the rest potentially coming from a second shooter on the 4th floor) and who was then killed to keep him from talking.

Repeal repealed

The Graham-Cassidy attempt to overturn Obamacare appears on its way to defeat this week thanks to two GOP Senators: John McCain, a bought-and-paid-for globalist dedicated to doing whatever he can to keep America in the swamp; and Rand Paul, a well-intentioned but very naïve individual who thinks that association plans will make us well.

Whatever happened to the SDR?

Nothing, says Jim Rickards. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has been working diligently to accommodate the Chinese renmimbi in its special drawing rights currency basket: the new currency allocation is now 42% dollars, 31% euros, 11% renmimbi, 8% yen and 8% pounds.