Feminist Magazine Demands White Women Abort Their Babies to Solve Racism

“The white family unit must be destroyed”

by Paul Joseph Watson
Info Wars

A feminist magazine is calling on white women to solve historical racism and white supremacy by aborting all their babies.

In an article entitled, Beyond Pro-Choice: The Solution to White Supremacy is White Abortion, writer Nicole Valentine blames “white families” for standing in the way of a “progressive society” by “initiating their parasitism” to exert “full dominion over the enslaved and oppressed people of color.”

“Whites are embedded from birth with the sense of common white identity, and this identity conditions them to replicate the white family unit, thus furthering the cycle of white supremacy in America. That is why the white family unit must be destroyed,” writes Valentine.

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Mike Gazzola – Scaling Up Your Business

from Financial Survival Network

Mike Gazzola returns… How do you take your business from $100,000 to $1,000,000? It’s called Scaling up your business and it’s a process. First you’ve got to successfully market a product on Amazon. Set a goal of $10k per month. Once you’ve achieved that goal then it’s time to start adding more products. Add another 2 products, then 5 and make your way to 10 products. If they’re good products with excellent trend potential, you’ll hit your goals. But don’t forget that you’re going to have rank on the search engines. And there’s a lot of other things you’ll have to do. Once you have 10 products selling, you’re going to need put systems in place for running your business, but that’s another lesson for another day.

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Charles Hugh Smith on Central Bank Buying of Equities




from Financial Repression Authority

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The Latest Updates from Karl Denninger – 2017.06.25

by Karl Denninger
Market-Ticker.org

It Will Not Stop Until YOU Make It Stop

A Bloody Collapse

How The FBI Become Irrelevant

A One-Sentence Bill To Force The Health-Care Issue

The Fundamental Reality Of ‘Business Today’

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War & Financial Calamity Two Biggest Trends – Gerald Celente with Greg Hunter

Gerald Celente – Iran, Oil or Tech Could Sink the Economy

by Greg Hunter
USA Watchdog

Top trends forecaster Gerald Celente thinks of all the things he studies, war and financial calamity are the two biggest trends he sees. The big game changer in the geopolitical global landscape is war coming from the Middle East. Celente explains, “It’s the war against Iran. That’s the way we see it, and we recently did a trend alert on it. The Iran war will be World War III. It will also probably be the war to end all wars and a good part of civilization if it happens. These are the Persians, and they are not going anywhere.”

Celente contends oil will be at the center of the conflict and points out, “Three years ago almost to the date, June of 2014 a barrel of oil was selling for $115, today around $45 a barrel. There is going to be economic turmoil throughout the Middle East. I always say when all else fails, they take you to war. You see the war between Yemen and Saudi Arabia, it’s going to blow into Saudi Arabia. . . . So, when we are looking at the Middle East, it’s really Iran. They are shooting down Iranian planes and shooting down Iranian drones. Iran is the bottom line in this. . . . So, we see these tensions really building up, and it’s going to be Iran. If Iran and anybody goes to war, the Russians and the Chinese take the Iranian side, and Europe and the United States take the other side.”

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A Stock Market Crash Scenario

by Charles Hugh Smith
Of Two Minds

The one thing we can know with certainty is it won’t be easy to profit from the crash.

After 8+ years of phenomenal gains, it’s pretty obvious the global stock market rally is overdue for a credit-cycle downturn, and many research services of Wall Street heavyweights are sounding the alarm about the auto industry’s slump, the slowing of new credit and other fundamental indicators that a recession is becoming more likely.

Few have taken the risk of projecting a date for the crash, this gent being a gutsy outlier: Hedge Fund CIO Sets The Day When The Next Crash Begins.

Next February is a good guess, as recessions and market downturns tend to lag the credit market by about 9 months.

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Joseph Tainter: The Collapse of Complex Societies

What history predicts about our future prospects

by Adam Taggart
Chris Martenson’s Peak Prosperity

By popular demand, we welcome Joseph Tainter, USU professor and author of The Collapse Of Complex Societies (free book download here).

Dr. Tainter sees many of the same unsustainable risks the PeakProsperity.com audience focuses on — an overleveraged economy, declining net energy per capita, and depleting key resources.

He argues that the sustainability or collapse of a society follows from the success or failure of its problem-solving institutions. His work shows that societies collapse when their investments in social complexity and their energy subsidies reach a point of diminishing marginal returns. From Tainter’s perspective, we are likely already past the tipping point towards collapse but just don’t know it yet:

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Trump Calls Obama a Copycat for Saying Health Bill is ‘Mean’

‘He used my term,’ president says after Obama rips Senate bill

by Mike Murphy
Market Watch

President Donald Trump confirmed Sunday he had called the House-approved health-care bill too “mean,” and claimed former President Barack Obama stole that descriptor from him.

“Well he used my term, ‘mean.’ That was my term because I want to see — and I speak from the heart — that’s what I want to see. I want to see a bill with heart.” – President Donald Trump, in a Fox News interview

Trump used the term “mean” during a meeting with senators earlier this month, according to reports, telling them that the Senate version should be “more generous.” White House press secretary Sean Spicer had called the “mean” comment just a rumor as recently as last week.

On Thursday, Obama ripped the Senate’s version for its “fundamental meanness.”

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What Will You OWN When The Music Stops? – David McAlvany




from SGTreport.com

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Bond Market Paralysis: What Happens When Central Banks Own the Market? Mish’s Sure-Fire Proposal

by Mike ‘Mish’ Shedlock
Mish Talk

Here’s the question of the day: What happens when central banks own the market?

The answer comes from Asia where Japan’s Government Bond Market Grinds to a Halt and the yield on 10-year Japanese bonds did not move for seven days.

Yields on newly issued 10-year Japanese government bonds remained flat for seven straight sessions through Friday as the Bank of Japan continued its efforts to keep long-term interest rates around zero.

The 10-year JGB yield again closed at 0.055%, where it has been stuck since June 15. This marks the longest period of stagnation since 1994, according to data from Nikkei affiliate QUICK.

The implied volatility of Japanese government bonds reached its lowest point since January 2008. Trading in newly issued 10-year debt has become so infrequent that broker Japan Bond Trading has seen days when no bonds trade hands.

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The Morgan Report’s Weekly Perspective for June 25, 2017




from The Morgan Report

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How New Hampshire is Fighting for Independence

by Joe Jarvis
The Daily Bell

New Hampshire is in an abusive relationship, according to Carla Gericke, the President of Foundation for New Hampshire Independence. The Uncle Sam won’t let New Hampshire leave; he arrests the citizens for victimless crimes, he overrides the legislature for policy and regulation, and he takes her money.

The state is a net payer of federal taxes, meaning they pay more federal taxes than they get back. When it comes to education alone, New Hampshire gets 30 cents on every dollar back. If the government is meant to be for and by the people, keeping that money local is a step in the right direction towards a more responsive government tailored to the people is serves.

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