Jim Sinclair’s Commentary
Fly the friendly skies.” Now the passengers are getting feisty.Please note security watching from the distance and saying in the distance.
Passenger Vs Pilot: The Moment A Man Attacked An American Airlines Officer Because He ‘Took Up Too Much Space In The Aisle’ While Walking Off Plane
April 20, 2017
A man has been charged with assaulting an off-duty pilot as they walked off a plane in Kansas City.
Edward Foster, 49, had just landed at Kansas City International Airport on April 12 when he took offense with an unnamed pilot – who had not been flying the American Airlines plane and was simply traveling in the cabin.
The 49-year-old is seen in surveillance video walking off the jetway directly behind the pilot, before they both head into the terminal.
Bill Holter’s Commentary
So let me get this straight, the central banks now admit they “intervene” in markets? Does this mean the markets natural tendencies do not matter …and the only thing that matters is what the central banks want? Now, one must ask themselves a very important question, what happens if (when) markets overwhelm the will of the central banks? Do the central banks go “bankrupt”? Or do they just print more of their precious money? Just an observation, gold cannot be “printed”, nor can it “go bankrupt”. Make sense?
Central Banks Give “All Clear” To BTFD If French Election Upsets Market
April 22, 2017
Having already ‘dropped’ over one trillion dollars in 2017 to keep reality at bay, it appears the world’s central bankers are not about to let a French election mishap spoil the illusion.
Just as central bankers gathered at The BIS’ Basel Tower just says before the Brexit vote, so judging by the statements today, the monetary manipulators stand ready to rescue markets once again should the first round of the French election ‘surprise’ the ‘free’ markets.
Brexit’s BTFD took a few days…