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  • Manipulation of Gold and Silver Definitely Ends This Year-Harvey Organ
    By Greg Hunter’s  Harvey Organ has been on a personal mission to expose the “fraudulent manipulation” of the gold and silver markets since the late 1990’s.  Organ, who studies these markets daily, contends, “It’s definitely going to happen this year.”  Why does Organ think this?  Let’s start with the gold market.  Organ says, “You […]Related […]
  • SIPC Insurance Scam from Fraud Street-Professor Laurence Kotlikoff
    BY Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.  (Early Sunday Release) Renowned economics professor Laurence Kotlikoff says SIPC (Securities Investor Protection Corporation) is an insurance scam from Fraud Street. Dr. Kotlikoff contends, “If you look at the history of their response as it’s been discovered, they (SIPC) have been fighting tooth and nail never to pay a dollar. […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 9.5.14
    By Greg Hunter’s  Once again, the Ukraine crisis is the top story.  There is a cease-fire between the pro-Russian separatists and Ukraine.  I hope this is a legitimate effort and not a tactic to stall for time until NATO can send in more troops.  I hope this is not a way to say well, […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.29.14Weekly News Wra […]
  • Financial System Upside Down-Blame Game on Coming Crash-Bill Holter
    By Greg Hunter’s Financial analyst and writer Bill Holter thinks the powers that be know how shaky the system is and will play the blame game for the coming crash.  Holter contends, “I believe that they know the financial system is upside down and there is no bringing it back, so they do need […]Related Posts:Another 2008 Around the Corner-Bi […]
  • Economy in Severe Trouble-John Williams
    By Greg Hunter’s Economist John Williams says forget all the happy talk about the improving economy.  Williams says “The economy is in severe trouble.”  Williams goes on to say, “When you see a contraction as we had in the first quarter, given all the upside biases that the government puts into the series, you […]Related Posts:U.S. Economy-Pl […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.29.14
    Greg Hunter’s It’s official–Russia invades Ukraine.  Now you know why I have led every Wrap-Up with Ukraine.   I have been predicting wider war in Ukraine, and now we have one.  The President said in a press conference that there is not going to be a military response to this escalation, but my sources say […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up […]
  • Federal Reserve-A Stunning Failure-James Corbett
    By Greg Hunter’s Journalist James Corbett thinks much of the world’s problems can be traced back to the Federal Reserve, and he recently produced a free online documentary to back up his charge. Corbett says, “The central banking issue and who controls the money supply is really at the root of so many of the […]Related Posts:Fed Insolvent, Do […]
  • I Fear a Crash-Axel Merk
    Greg Hunter’s  Money manager Axel Merk is worried about financial risk and that it is being downplayed.  Merk says, “I am very concerned.  I am spooked about the equity markets.  The folks that buy stocks buy them because they have to keep up with the markets.  The folks that buy gold buy it because […]Related Posts:Brace for Volatility-Look […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.22.14
    By Greg Hunter’s This may sound strange to you, but the top story is still the Ukraine crisis because it is far from over.  In my view, the West is still inching towards war with Russia.  The building of a new natural gas pipeline through Bulgaria has been stopped for the second time this […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.15.14Weekly New […]
  • Another 2008 Around the Corner-Bix Weir
    By Greg Hunter’s Financial writer and analyst Bix Weir says what is going on in Ferguson, Missouri, is more than just a police action gone deadly.  Weir says, “There is definitely discontent out there.  The press covers so many things up, and the government gives us so many lies on statistics, such as unemployment, […]Related Posts:Russian Do […]
  • Quote Of The Week & A Chart That Will Shock KWN Readers
    Today King World News is pleased to share the intriguing quote of the week (below), along with a chart that will shock KWN readers around the world.
  • Rule - Takedowns In Gold, Silver & Oil To End Badly For Bears
    Today one of the wealthiest people in the financial world told King World News that the takedowns in the gold, silver, oil, and uranium markets will end badly for the bears. Rick Rule, who is business partners with Eric Sprott, also discussed why he is so incredibly bullish on the metals and energy. […]
  • Despite Recent Weakness In Gold, Revaluation Spike Is Coming
    With major markets on the move, today James Turk told King World News that despite the recent weakness in gold, a major revaluation spike is coming in the gold market. Turk also added some additional comments to go along with the extraordinary chart he sent to KWN yesterday. Below are Turk’s comments and his fantastic chart. […]
  • Embry - Vladimir Putin, The U.S. Dollar, Gold & A Warning
    Today a man who has been involved in the financial markets for 50 years spoke with King World News about Vladimir Putin, the U.S. dollar, gold, and a warning that the world should not ignore. John Embry, who is business partners with billionaire Eric Sprott, also discussed the phony U.S. government economic releases. […]
  • There Is A Huge Problem In Europe & A Shock In Key Markets
    Today KWN is pleased to share an important piece from 50-year veteran Art Cashin, who is Director of Floor Operations at UBS ($650 billion under management). Cashin includes two important guest commentaries which discuss a huge problem in Europe and a surprise in major markets. This is an extremely important piece because the massive problem that exists in E […]
  • No. 655: August Payroll Employment and Unemployment, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • Payroll Jobs Growth Faltered in Context of Unusual Seasonal Factor Shifts • August Unemployment Rate: 6.1% (U.3), 12.0% (U.6), 23.2% (ShadowStats) • Downward Notch in Unemployment Rate Reflected Further Loss of Labor Force, Not the Unemployed Gaining Employment • U.3 Rate Was Less than 979 Unemployed People Shy of Holding at 6.2 […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Friday, September 12, 2014 Retail Sales (Advance) August-2014 09/12/2014   Monday, September 15, 2014 Industrial Production August-2014 09/15/2014   […]
  • No. 654: July Median Household Income, Trade Deficit, Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Neither Economic Boom nor Recovery Is Underway; Fundamentals Are Not in Place to Fuel or to Support Such a Circumstance • Latest Median Household Income Reading Confirmed Severely Impaired Consumer and Economy • Trade Deficit Continued to Widen Year-to-Year Despite Prior-Period Revisions and Unusual Seasonal Factors • Net of Inf […]
  • No. 653: First Revision to Second-Quarter 2014 GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • Economic Bluff and Bluster versus Reality, Politics and Elections • Minimal Upside Revision to Second-Quarter GDP Left Gimmicked Growth Even More Heavily Overstated • Underlying Reality Remains a Severely Impaired Consumer and Economy • Monthly Economic Series to Turn Increasingly Negative […]
  • Commentaries News
    The Next Regular Commentary:  is scheduled for Friday, September 12th, covering August retail sales.  For detail on pending economic releases, see the  schedule. (LAST UPDATED September 5th) […]
  • No. 652: July 2014 Durable Goods Orders, New- and Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • 22.6% Gain in July Durable Goods Orders Was Just 0.8%, Net of an Irregular 318.0% Surge in Commercial-Aircraft Orders • Booked Years in Advance, Commercial-Aircraft Orders Have Negligible Impact on Near-Term Economic Activity • July Existing-Home Sales in Ninth Month of Annual Decline • July New-Home Sales Held in Pattern of Sta […]
  • No. 651: July 2014 CPI, Housing Starts, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Monetary Base
    (SGS Subscription required) • Real Retail Sales Contracted for Second Month, Signaled Deepening Recession • Real Earnings and Retail Sales Both Fell Below Second-Quarter Levels • July Annual Inflation: 2.0% (CPI-U), 1.9%% (CPI-W), 9.7% (ShadowStats) • Monetary Base Explodes to Record High • Quality of Housing-Starts Reporting Sinks to New Low […]
  • No. 650: July 2014 Industrial Production, Producer Price Index (PPI)
    (SGS Subscription required) • Production Report Showed Somewhat Weaker Second-Quarter Activity Amidst Unusual Revision Patterns • Construction Inflation Surged in the July […]
  • No. 649: July 2014 Retail Sales, Consumer Liquidity
    (SGS Subscription required) • Headline July Retail Sales Were Boosted to “Unchanged,” Thanks to Downside Prior-Period Revisions • Net of Inflation, Real July Sales Likely Fell for Second Month • Real July Sales Were Below Second-Quarter Average • Consumer Liquidity Remains Structurally Impaired […]
  • No. 648: June 2014 Trade Balance, Monetary Conditions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Despite Narrowing in June Trade Deficit GDP Growth Remains Subject to Trade-Related Downside Revision • Monetary Base at All-Time High • Pace of Fed Monetization at 91% Year-to-Date 2014 • July M3 Annual Growth at Five-Year High of 4.7% […]



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  • Alaric Sacks Ohio, Water Wars 2.0
    In the first days of August this year the tap water for half a million people in and around the Toledo, Ohio area contained almost three parts microcystin per billion (1). The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends drinking water has no more than one part per billion.
  • Bill Whittle, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, and Zionist Propaganda
    Paul Craig Roberts: "“The Western use of lies to demonize Russia endangers life on earth and reveals the West to be both reckless and irresponsible.”
  • Fortune 500 corporation with US-military and IDF ties buys a “security and policy institute” at the University of Ottawa in Canada’s capital
    BACKGROUND ABOUT ALLAN ROCK’S NAKBA AT uOTTAWA The University of Ottawa was a reputable institution of higher learning in Canada’s capital city, before it was taken-over in 2008 by former federal politician and former Canadian Ambassador to the UN Allan Rock. Following his appointment, Rock immediately proceeded to bring in all his own people to […]
  • Profitability and Immorality: Philosophical reflections on 9/11
    Profitability and Immorality: Philosophical reflections on 9/11   By Jim Fetzer   “The proper principle on which societies should be based is that of treating every person as intrinsically valuable and never merely as a means”–Jim Fetzer following Immanuel Kant   Corporations are the problem. Enron deceived the world by telescoping profits and treating expec […]
  • The Indecent Decade: Were the Twin Towers built to Self-Destruct?
    The Indecent Decade: Were the Twin Tower built to Self-Destruct?   By Mike Sparks for Veterans Today   [Editor's note: Mike Sparks has an extensive background with military and defense issues, especially related to the evaluation of prototypes of equipment for procurement. He also has a lot of integrity and imagination and has shown a […]
  • VT Nuclear Education: Japan
    The United States deliberately allowed Japan access to the United States’ most secret nuclear weapons facilities while it transferred tens of billions of dollars worth of American tax paid research that has allowed Japan to amass 70 tons of weapons grade plutonium since the 1980s, a National Security News Service investigation reveals. These activities repea […]
  • Dutch Preliminary Report on MH 17 Crash
    - The English report done by the Dutch Air Traffic Safety Board regarding the crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH 17 over the Eastern Ukraine.
  • NEO – Argentine Debt Default is Risky US Power Poker
    - Jim W. Dean..."Should vulture funds be treated as financial terrorists, and the judges that support them?"
  • ISIS: Muslim plot to take over the world
    "Everything about ISIS fairly screams 'false flag operation.' But that's just the cover story."
  • Questions Answered
    Editor's note: Duncan is perhaps the best informed individual in a number of key areas. He is a longtime friend, confidant and advisor to me and a certain inner circle. Questions supplied by Dr. Preston James: Q: Was the Fukushima disaster caused by a nuclear detonation? […]
  • EU Declares War on Russia…and Itself
    It looks like I am never going to run out of material on the decrepit state of Western leadership. A ceasefire was finally announced today between all the Ukrainian combatants. How long it will last is anyone’s guess, but the plans include bringing in the OSCE monitors quickly. Things will be quiet long enough to […]
  • Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 reeks of Northwoods
    July 17, 2014. A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 on flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur plunged out of the sky in eastern Ukraine. The crash resulted in the death of all 298 passengers and crew. Malaysian Premier Najib Razak lashed out at those behind the geopolitical chess game that led to the tragedy. An independent journalistic investigation […]
  • Saakashvili Caught Up in Game of Interpol Chase
    Earlier this week, Georgia’s Facebook page exploded with reports of the arrest of former President Mikheil Saakashvili on a Greek island, either Santorini or Kos. The revelation coincided with an announcement by the Greek Chief Prosecutor’s Office that Saakashvili was the target of an international and that Interpol had issued a red notice for him. […]
  • China Shale Gas Strategy a Fiasco
    Two years ago the government of the Peoples’ Republic of China staked a major hope for their energy future on the exploitation of domestic natural gas from its large shale rock formations, so-called shale gas. Today, after hundreds of millions of dollars investment and significant drilling, the dream has evaporated like the ephemeral shale gas […]
  • NATO: A Great and Mighty Wind, Signifying Nothing
    The surrealism of the Ukrainian conflict continued last week, with the 28 members of the NATO alliance meeting in a cozy golf resort in Wales, United Kingdom, to discuss all of the supposedly egregious and disconcerting Russian maneuvers against Ukraine and demanding that Russia stop inviting further sanctions and pressure against itself, as British Prime [… […]
  • Pakistan: the Role of the Army in Resolving the Political Crisis
    According to an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) release of the Pakistan Federal Army, “A political crisis should be resolved politically.” This decision was announced after the monthly meeting of the corps commanders. The corps commanders reaffirmed their support to democracy and reiterated that the confrontation between the government of the ruling P […]
  • Israel: The Nuclear Mouse that Roared
    In the 1954 novel, “The Mouse that Roared” a “fictitious” small east European country captured an American atomic bomb called the Q Bomb and use it to blackmail the US, just like in Tom Clancy’s novel, “The Sum Of All Fears”. Fact or fiction you decide. Most of modern “mini-nuclear” bombings, with the very rare […]
  • Mongolia and Japan: the road to economic partnership
    Japan was one of the first great powers to have accepted the Mongolian People’s Republic and establish diplomatic relations with it in February 1972. Since then Japanese-Mongolian relations have undergone several stages and always have evolved along the same line. Political relations with that country were ceremonial in nature up to 1990. But the main […]
  • No Kim Il-sung image on North Korean 5000 won bill
    North Korea hits the headlines yet again in several foreign news outlets. The 5000 won bill design is without the image of Kim Il-sung – the Great Leader, the Eternal President of the Republic and the founder of the Republic. Such developments have caused widespread speculation and analysts remain divided. Some see similarities with the […]
  • US Throws up Roadblocks for Those Wishing to Leave
    The word is out. People are leaving the US in droves. The latest FBI NICS list of American citizens who have expatriated shows a spike in individuals who have renounced their US citizenship. The  list, published quarterly, provides a grand total of 2,193 such renunciants since the end of last year. 2013 resulted in  a total of […]
  • UK shares tumble ahead of Scotland vote
    Britain’s top shares have fallen for a fourth consecutive session amid concerns over the upcoming Scotland’s independence vote.
  • Palestinian funeral turns into protest
    Thousands of Palestinians have taken part in a funeral that has turned into a protest following the death of a youth killed by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank.
  • CIA use of medieval torture on prisoners
    The CIA engaged in brutal torture that brought prisoners to the brink of death, according to a report published over the weekend in the British newspaper, the Telegraph. The methods used far exceed what has been previously acknowledged by the CIA and the Bush and Obama administrations.
  • US girl who joined ISIL pleads guilty
    The Colorado woman who was arrested on charges of trying to assist the ISIL terrorist group has agreed to plead guilty.The 19-year-old Shannon Conley is facing up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine for conspiracy to provide material support to a terror organization, according to Jeffrey Dorschner, spokesman for US Attorney John Walsh, KDVR reported […]
  • Serial explosions kill 19 in Baghdad
    A chain of car bomb explosions has claimed the lives of at least 19 people and injured dozens more across Iraq’s capital city of Baghdad. […]
  • ‘French economy remains stagnant’
    Official figures have revealed that the French economy will emerge from its stagnation much slower than previously thought, as Europe’s second-largest economy revises its growth forecasts.
  • 'US made Kiev crisis to isolate Russia'
    An American author and investigative journalist says the US created the crisis in Ukraine in an effort to demonize Russia and separate it from Europe. “The US is obviously using this Ukrainian crisis to demonize Russia,” said Dave Lindorff in an interview with Press TV on Wednesday and a day after US State Department Spokeswoman Marie Harf said the White Hou […]
  • ‘Is UK elite seeking federal Britain?’
    OK, what the hell is going on here? What, precisely, does Gordon Brown think he’s doing? More to the point, what exactly does the rest of the British political establishment think it’s doing?
  • Dad confesses to killing his 5 kids
    The father of five South Carolina children has confessed to killing his children, aged between one to eight. Authorities found the remains of the five children on a dirt road off an Alabama highway in Wilcox County, buried in individual garbage bags, said Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Spokesman Sgt. Steve Jarrett."It is going to be a very detailed proc […]
  • Tajikistan influencing regional stability
    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has emphasized that Tajikistan plays an important role in maintaining peace and stability in the region.
  • Deutsche Bank: The Bubble Must Go On To Sustain The "Current Global Financial System"
    When all is said and done, it all basically boils down to this: from Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid. The bubble probably needs to continue in order to sustain the current global financial system and the necessary future deleveraging. However with yields moving ever lower in many parts of the world in recent times, partly due to weak growth, and with debt leve […]
  • Russian Retaliation Begins: Gazprom "Limiting EU Gas", Cuts Poland Supplies By 24% In Past Two Days
    Update: Bloomberg notes that Russian gas deliveries to Europe are suddenly in accelerating flux. Ukraine today received request from Poland to ship 11mcm/d of Russian gas, Ihor Prokopiv, CEO of Ukraine’s pipeline operator Uktransgaz, says in Kiev. Gazprom sent note it’s ready to supply just 7mcm, Prokopiv says Poland halted reverse gas flow to Ukraine of 4mc […]
  • Berzerkeley
    Here's another fine example of your tax dollars at work (or at least the tax dollars of those here in the Bay Area):  So what they're doing is requiring medical marijuana set aside a portion of their give away poor people. Boy, there's nothing that's going to get the impo […]
  • Putin To Head Military-Industrial Commission, Sees Nuclear Deterrence As Top Task
    When we exposed the shift in Russia's military doctrine towards one of nuclear deterrence and pre-emptive strikes, many eschewed it as fantastical thinking of extremists. They were wrong. Speaking at a defense meeting this morning, Russian President Vladimir Putin declared he is taking charge of Russia's military-industrial complex: *PUTIN SAYS DRA […]
  • With Statements Like "This Will Likely Not End Very Well", Is David Rosenberg A Bear Again?
    While we fully understand that when selling institutionally-priced newsletters to institutions (not retail for one simple reason: lack of "other people's money" to spend) one will have a far more lucrative career as a bull than as a bear simply because insecure (that would be most of them) institutional "strategists" prefer to surrou […]
  • US Chopper Squadron Invades Poland, Accidentally
    No, this is not from The Onion. Bloomberg reports that six U.S. army helicopters landed in a rapeseed field in northern Poland to ask for directions after veering off course on their way back from military exercises. Locals were alarmed and explained, "we know that security is the most important thing right now... But thank God it was the Americans. […]
  • Scotland De-Escalation: Stocks Jump As Latest Poll Reveals Majority "No" Vote
    As AAPL surges back today, it appears the market is more sensitive than many thought to what is happening in Scotland - as we overheard yesterday how meaningless Scottish GDP is compared to America's. However, a flashing red headline on Bloomberg from a Survation poll in Scotland of 1000 people showed 53% No and 47% Yes - the widest margin in over a wee […]
  • 10 Year Auction Prices At Second Lowest Yield Of 2014; Highest Indirects Since Dcember 2011
    While the just concluded 10 Year auction was hardly exciting, pricing at 2.535%, which was slighly higher than last month's 2.44% if still the second lowest yield for a 10Year auction in 2014, and a 0.2 bps tail to the When Issued of 2.533%. The Bid to Cover of 2.71 was slightly below last month's 2.83, and right on top of the TMM average. But it w […]
  • Is This Why Stocks Just Ramped To Intraday Highs?
    The answer, you guessed it, is the "Gartman fade" yet again, and the reason why several hours ago we tweeted this: Buy everything: Gartman just flip flopped again — zerohedge (@zerohedge) September 10, 2014 To wit: We are “uncomfortable” about the prospects for the broad market here in the US and abroad and we’ve bought derivatives sufficient in si […]
  • Germany Openly Hostile To Putting Frenchman In Charge Of European Financial Affairs
    Current finance minister Sapin, perhaps unsurprisingly, has admitted that France will miss EU deficit targets and needs more time to rein in public finances - proclaiming, as Reuters reports, that it may take until 2017 to bring it in line. Germany's response "nein, nein, nein" with Merkel demanding EU nations stick to commitments (rejecting a […]

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