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Absolute Failure & Collapse of the Financial System -- Gregory Mannarino

Gregory Mannarino-Absolute Failure & Collapse of the Financial System

  Gregory Mannarino, founder of, is worried about a daisy chain of default in the bond market. Mannarino says, “This is what we saw in 2008; but this time, it’s much, much worse because nothing was fixed back then. This issue with Argentina is going to trigger a credit default swap event. A credit default swap is an insurance policy that is purchased by another entity to insure the debt of another institution or, in this case, country. So, we just found out that the issue with Argentina is, in fact, going to trigger a credit default swap event. What that means is whatever debt is owed is the problem of another entity. And, if that entity can’t pay it back, it becomes the problem of another entity, and another entity, on and on. So, absolutely, boom, boom, boom, a cascade of events that will happen. This is not a maybe. We are going to watch this sweep the globe. We are going to see, at one point, an absolute failure and collapse of the financial system. 2008 was when the music stopped, and this is the terminal side effect. They are not done yet because they are going to do some more things to keep this whole system propped up. That’s really all they can do because the system is dead.”

Alex Jones Show: Sunday (8-3-14) Jon Rappoport

On this worldwide Sunday, August 3 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex breaks down the unprecedented move by the federal government to bring Ebola, an incurable disease doctors have failed to contain, into the United States. No government has ever knowingly or publicly transferred a person affected with a rare virus into its country, yet President Obama has allowed two Ebola patients to come to America just days after signing an executive order granting himself the power to detain Americans showing signs of such illness. Infowars editor and journalist Paul Joseph Watson joins the show to elaborate how the Food and Drug Administration actually blocked potential treatments for Ebola only months prior and how governments have purposely leaked viruses before. Author and journalist Jon Rappoport also explains how the elite purposely overwhelm the public with a number of major crises all at once, such as Ebola and America's collapsing borders, to force them into a state of learned helplessness in which they accept "solutions" that only expand government.

EBOLA VIRUS: Air ambulance company linked to CIA ops

Suspected CIA Torture-Flight Provider Gets AFRICOM Transport Contract Extended also Ckeck out: Executive_Order_13527 U.S. Govt Has Ebola patent! Soros owned Lab in Africa How long have we known that the UN wanted to depopulate the world? No one listened and now it's time to act.

These 11 Countries are Going BANKRUPT! Here's Why

In a world of ever-expanding debt, country after country are finding themselves swimming in this mess, unable to handle the pressure as it caves in. 11 countries are now at the brink of insolvency and this doesn't even include nations like the US who are truly bankrupt. The IMF and the bankers will tear these nations apart as they force them to devalue their currency and take on an interest rate they simple cannot pay back.

It's economic slavery.

Not just Argentina: 11 countries near bankruptcy Three of the nations potentially at risk of default had among the world's highest debt levels, at 120% of GDP or more based on 2014 estimates. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Greece's debt is projected to hit nearly 175% of GDP by the end of this year 92,001,000 Americans, 16 and over, who were classified as “not in the labor force,” The eruption of the debt crisis The government nationalizes Mexico’s private banking system in order to prevent bankruptcy of the private banking sector and imposes comprehensive exchange controls.

The Secret To Defeat The "Bad Guys"

It is very difficult for me to witness the injustices in this world and not be filled with anger and a feeling of helplessness. Take Gaza for example. We, the U.S., is supporting the murderous regime of Israel and directly facilitating the horrible genocide that is occurring there. And have done so for decades. I am unable to ignore it and am impotent to remedy it. So I call the bastards that are supposed to represent us and tell their lackeys who answer the phones how angry I am about the situation knowing full well that even if the message gets to their bosses that it will be ignored. Knowing full well that none of them will risk losing votes by taking a principled stand on the issue. I seethe with anger and imagine taking to the streets to protest. Knowing full well the futility of it. My blood boils as I fantasize about committing acts of violence or self sacrifice knowing all the while that it will do no good. I have gotten out of debt by paying off my home. I will never willingly do business with another big financial institution as long as I live. I am self sufficient and know that I can use my hands and brains to take care of myself and my wife. So I suppose I'm in pretty good shape for what is surely coming. Why doesn't that make me feel better? Why do I have this feeling that it's really not enough? Why can't I just sit back and relax and forget about the murder, deprivation, and all the injustice that is taking place all over this world? Much of which is done in my name. At least from the perspective of the victims. I am so frustrated and angry. It's so difficult to fight off the depression caused by my helplessness to actively make a difference in the world. Is this what it's all about? Is this how it is supposed to be? To live in a beautiful world where everything is given to us to be able to take care of everyone and to helplessly watch religious, blood thirsty, power hungry tyrants make a mockery of it. This really sucks.

CNN HEATED Debate over reporting in Israel - Hamas conflict

Bias in Mideast coverage.
Rula Jebreal and Elliot Abrams discuss the war of words playing out in the Middle East conflict.
Ten dead in strike on Gaza school as Israel renews shelling
(Reuters) An Israeli air strike killed at least 10 people and wounded about 30 others on Sunday in a UN-run school in the southern Gaza Strip, witnesses and medics said, as dozens died in renewed Israeli shelling of the enclave. The Israeli military declined immediate comment on the attack, the second to hit a school in less than a week. A missile launched by an aircraft struck the entrance to the school in the town of Rafah, the witnesses and medics said.

Hundreds of Palestinians in the area, where the Israeli military has been battling militants, had been sheltering in the facility. Last Wednesday, at least 15 Palestinians who sought refuge in a UN-run school in Jabalya refugee camp were killed during fighting, and the UN said it appeared that Israeli artillery had hit the building.

The Israeli military said gunmen had fired mortar bombs from near the school and it shot back in response. Earlier on Sunday, Israeli shelling killed at least 30 people in Gaza, a day after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to keep up pressure on Hamas even after the army completes its core mission of destroying a tunnel network that extends into Israel.

Fatah leader and Rafah resident Ashraf Goma said Israeli forces were bombarding the town from air, ground and sea and locals were unable to deal with the wounded and the dead. "Bodies of the wounded are bleeding in the streets and other corpses are laid on the road with no one able to recover them. "I saw a man on a donkey cart bringing seven bodies into the hospital. Bodies are being kept in ice-cream refrigerators, in flower and vegetable coolers," Goma told Reuters. After accusing Hamas of breaching a US- and UN-brokered ceasefire on Friday, Israel said it would not send envoys as scheduled.

Truce efforts
In Cairo, efforts to find a new truce were due to resume on Sunday. A delegation from Palestinian militant groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad arrived in the Egyptian capital, but a quick breakthrough seemed unlikely in the absence of Israeli representatives. After accusing Hamas of breaching a US- and UN-brokered ceasefire on Friday, Israel said it would not send envoys as scheduled.
In Gaza, Israel intensified attacks in the area of Rafah along the border with Egypt, where 23-year-old officer Hadar Goldin was feared captured there on Friday shortly after what was to have been a 72-hour truce began. The military later said Goldin, who was dragged by militants into a tunnel after two of his comrades were killed by a suicide bomber, had also died in action. "The findings on the ground, the items that we found led us to the conclusion that he was killed in the initial attack," said Lieutenant-Colonel Peter Lerner, a military spokesman. Lerner said ground forces were being redeployed in the Gaza Strip, though he gave no details of their new positions, and added that residents from a number of evacuated Palestinian neighbourhoods had been told by the military they could return. More than 30 tunnels and dozens of access shafts have been unearthed and were being blown up. "We have proceeded with the mission in order to eliminate those (tunnels) that we have found and we expect to complete that within a short period of time, probably within the next 24 hours or so," he said.
Israel began its air and naval offensive against Gaza on July 8 following a surge of cross-border rocket salvoes by Hamas and other guerrillas, later escalating the operation into ground incursions. The fighting on Sunday pushed the Gaza death toll given by Palestinian officials to 1,726, most of them civilians. Israel has confirmed that 64 soldiers have died in combat, while Palestinian rockets have also killed three civilians in Israel. At least 30 Palestinians in Rafah were killed by Israeli fire on Sunday, including nine from the same family, hospital officials said. The talks in Cairo, without Israeli participation, were unlikely to produce any breakthrough, as Israel and Hamas' positions remain far apart. Israel says it wants Gaza demilitarised under any long-term arrangement. Hamas, sworn to Israel's destruction, demands Israel withdraw its troops and a lifting of Israeli and Egyptian blockades that have choked Gaza's economy.

The Dollar's End-Game -- David Morgan

David Morgan On the Dollar's End-Game - Deflationary Crash Or a Hyperinflationary Monetary Collapse

EBOLA OUTBREAK: Drug Companies Criticised & West African LOCKDOWN

remember the 2009 swine flu "outbreak" and how they tried to get everyone to take a deadly vaccine as "protection"? Keep that in mind. The Georgia guide stones say maintain humanity under 500,000,000 and they are getting desperate to achieve that goal. If it turns out to be a real threat, the Bob Beck blood cleaning protocol will smash it so get familiar with that.

The Collapse of the American Impirium -- David Stockman

David Stockman, former director of the OMB under President Reagan, former US Representative, best-selling author of The Great Deformation, and veteran financier is an insider's insider. Few people understand the ways in which Washington DC, The Fed, and Wall Street work and intersect better than he does. He's extremely concerned by the "perfect storm" he sees of concurrent failures in US policy across foreign, monetary, economic, and fiscal fronts.


A Liberian health official says the Ebola outbreak is now above the control of its government.

“Our government has declared this now as a humanitarian crisis that is above the control of the national government,” Tolbert Nyenswah, Liberia’s assistant minister of health, told CBS News.

More than 700 people have died in four western African nations during the largest Ebola outbreak ever, with over 320 known cases in Liberia alone. One American died while contracting the virus in Liberia. Two other American medical missionary workers also contracted Ebola.

Model State Emergency Health Powers Act "could turn governors into dictators" Federal health authorities could exercise authoritarian powers to control an Ebola outbreak if the deadly disease hits the United States under the Model State Emergency Health Powers Act, legislation passed in the wake of 9/11 which attracted controversy at the time for its draconian scope.

With the Ebola outbreak in West Africa having been declared the worst in history by the World Health Organization, concerns are mounting that the disease could spread via international air travel. Asked whether the virus could arrive in the United States, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta said, “It’s going to happen at some point.”

The Model State Emergency Health Powers Act, drafted during the 2001 anthrax attacks, has since been adopted in whole or in part by 33 states. The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons warned that the legislation “could turn governors into dictators,” while constitutional lawyer Phyllis Schlafly labeled it “an unprecedented assault on the constitutional rights of the American people.”

Truth Raider Warns of Ebola False Flag The federal government already has the authority to round people up against their will Ebola Vaccines: Poor Market Potential and Lack of Subjects for Clinical Trials Holding Up Testing The most promising one is stuck in safety testing for the simple reason there is no money for a vaccine that has no market. Most big pharmaceuticals do not like to sink assets into developing any drug with low potential. That leaves the playing ground largely to the government and small, niche companies.

Western governments are now issuing alerts to doctors to be on the lookout for symptoms of the disease after an infected Liberian man was found to have traveled through a major transport hub in Nigeria. The World Health Organization has called the outbreak the worst on record, while Doctors Without Borders says the situation is “out of control.”

Back in April, the Department of Defense announced that it had deployed biological diagnostic systems to National Guard support teams across the U.S. in readiness for any potential Ebola outbreak.

An NHS doctor has urged the world to wake up to the growing threat of Ebola after risking his life working 24-hour hospital shifts trying to save pregnant women struck down by the disease.

If the worst Ebola outbreak in recorded history reaches the United States, federal law permits “the apprehension and examination of any individual reasonably believed to be infected with a communicable disease”. These individuals can be “detained for such time and in such manner as may be reasonably necessary”. In other words, the federal government already has the authority to round people up against their will, take them to detention facilities and hold them there for as long as they feel it is “reasonably necessary”. In addition, as you will read about below, the federal government has the authority “to separate and restrict the movement of well persons who may have been exposed to a communicable disease to see if they become ill”. If you want to look at these laws in the broadest sense, they pretty much give the federal government the power to do almost anything that they want with us in the event of a major pandemic. Of course such a scenario probably would not be called “marital law”, but it would probably feel a lot like it.

Why Obama Brought Ebola To U S. Exposed Special Report!

It is completely unprecedented for any government to take in a person affected with a contagious disease unknown to that country.
However, both the United States and Germany have now brought Ebola patients inside their countries, and the patient brought to the U.S. was admitted to a hospital with only moderate security, making it easier for Ebola to spread outside the medical facility.

The U.S. government and its political system could not care less about the health of individual Americans, and to bring Ebola into America is a disaster in the making of which only the government will benefit through its power grab in response to the health crisis it created.

Peter Schiff - Gold Continuing to Outperform Stock Market

Stocks are down for the year. I wonder how long the dow 20,000 buzz can go on now they are faking a recovery properly now..... ..and the GDP number exceeds expectations at 4.0%! With the dollar surging to a 6-month high at 81.50! And the Fed successfully tapers down to $25B/month! Go Yellen! 

By CNBC's logic Peter Schiff sounded like a broken record when talking about the tech bubble, and then he sounded like a broken record when talking about the housing bubble, and now he sounds like a broken record when talking about the dollar and gold. Well if the course hasn't changed then why say its the same old story? If gold hasn't peak then wouldn't he be stupid to say something different? Whats better, getting 13 years correct out of 14, or getting 1 year correct out of 14??? I know which side id rather be on.
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