Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!
CIGA Wolfgang Rech
Leftist Filmmaker Uploads Video Showing His Shock At Just How Empty The DNC Is
July 27, 2016
If you’re watching the big news networks, you’d think the Democratic National Convention is a standing-room-only smashing success with zero controversy, angry protests, and tons of American flags.
Film director, Josh Fox, best known for his Oscar-nominated anti-fracking documentary Gasland, uploaded a video (below) to his Facebook page live from inside the Wells Fargo Center, where he was utterly shocked at the amount of empty seats.
Fox tells the camera, “This is amazing, this place is empty. There is nobody left in here. I mean this whole stadium, look at this,” as he pans his cellphone to show the lack of cheering Dems.
He continues in disbelief, adding, “This is not voter enthusiasm…. I can’t believe my eyes. I’ve never seen anything like this. This is the primetime of the Democratic National Convention right after the nomination of Hillary Clinton and this place is emptied out like crazy. I’m stunned.”
“This is insane. The whole California delegation is pretty much gone,” he adds.”I mean this has got to be something very worrisome for the Democrats. Voter enthusiasm wins elections.”
No. 822: Durable Goods Orders, Home Sales, Freight Index, Household Income
Mr. Williams shares with us one more time:
- Broad Economic Downtrend Continued, Despite a Likely Positive, First Guesstimate of Second-Quarter GDP
- Real Durable Goods Orders Tumbled in Second-Quarter 2016 Both Before (-0.8%) and After (-4.1%) Consideration for Commercial Aircraft
- Year-to-Year New Orders Fell Sharply in June 2016, Both Before and After Consideration of Inflation and Commercial Aircraft
- Aggregate Real Durable Goods Orders Continued in Smoothed, Down-Trending, Low-Level Stagnation and Non-Recovery
- Absurd Surges in New-Home Sales Activity Were Not Significant, with the Series in Continued Low-Level Stagnation and Non-Recovery,
Still Shy of its Pre-Recession Peak by 57.4% (-57.4%)
- Despite Highest Existing-Home Sales Level Since 2007, Activity Remained Shy of its Pre-Recession Peak by 23.4% (-23.4%), Continuing in a Smoothed Pattern of Non-Recovering Stagnation
- Freight Index Showed Deepening New Recession, No Recovery
- After Tumbling in April and May, Real Median Household Income Ticked Insignificantly Higher in June
You were very lucky.
First is you were not arrested.
You got your money which is surprising.
On your ride home a State trooper did not relieve those funds of such size, you certainly were planning something very illegal.
The real question is can anything wake up the sheeple before it is too late, like maybe tomorrow.
I saw you issued another bail-in warning and the following passage prompted me to write you:
This is the second significant bank to give this notice. What do you need?
Twenty of them to make the same announcement!?!
I would suggest a jog, not walk, to any bank you have money in and try to take out any meaningful amount of cash.
You are in for a surprise. Better to be first in line and the squeaky wheel, not last and begging.
A couple of years ago I earned some substantial lump sum commissions check at my sales job. I already figured that my bank was insolvent, devoid of the cash-on-hand needed to make whole on a substantial client base who demanded to get out. Having studied the financial system since I “woke up” in 2008 I also appreciated the utility of having some cash on hand, so went to take out 60,000 cash to mitigate my 3rd party ‘bail in’ risk. The rest I have invested in some of the other things you & your readership discuss – gold, silver, hobby farming, equipment, skills, etc.
Anyways, since I anticipated a lack of collateral, I wore a hidden camera and recorded the interaction which exposed the fact that my branch bank likely did not have more than $100,000 currency on-hand. I won’t bore you with details, but it caused the whole branch to scramble just to come up with the 60k & there are only a handful of these facilities around here. At the time of the recording I lived in a metropolitan area, where substantial wealth is circulating, so it shocked me to my core.
They told me my withdrawal alone almost completely drained their branch & they would have to “order more money.” They also demanded me to fill out some PatriotAct enforced paperwork about the money I was taking out, which I refused on principle.
This was the visceral first hand proof I needed for myself to know for a fact that we live in a banana republic and there was no where NEAR the cash reserves anywhere to make people solvent if there was a suddenly real bank-run or inflationary event. My own experience was prima facie evidence of that.
Do you think this kind of citizen journalism, if produced and promoted correctly, would be a big help to shift the psychological perception sufficiently to have the proper market response we have all expected to happen a long time ago?
Ultimately I decided not to upload the video, but was reminded of it when I saw your comments in my news feed. I wondered if other people saw this for themselves, would they finally wake up? I don’t know what else we have to do!
“The Golden Rule”