Bill Holter’s Commentary
This is about right and par for today’s disgusting course! I wonder though, if some, or many, of the sealed indictments are regarding pedophilia…just how “trendy” will this movie be? I keep saying “there is a red line that even the most brain dead cannot cross”…I believe this would be it!
Media Promotes Gay Pedophilia Movie As “Oscar Worthy” In Midst Of Hollywood’s Pedophilia Problem
November 20, 2017
If you think people in the mainstream media have learned that pedophilia is wrong, you’d be horribly mistaken, as one of the movies currently receiving “Oscar buzz” is a film about a man’s relationship with an underage boy.
As first reported by Daily Wire, the movie “Call Me By Your Name” features Armie Hammer playing a 25-year-old man who begins a romance with a 17 year old boy played by Timothée Chalamet in 1983.
Critics in the media are already raving about the movie and don’t seem to have enough good things to say about it. It has a critic rating of 98 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, and both Hollywood Reporter and USA Today are treating the film like it’s one of the most awe inspiring things to ever grace the silver screen…or like Kevin Spacey was never a thing.
Angie Han of Mashable describes the movie thus in her article “Are we in for the most sex-positive Oscar race ever?”:
Sound and image collide to create an almost tactile sensation. You can practically feel the sun on your skin and taste the sweat on your lips. Much attention is paid to the way the two romantic leads – young Elio (Timothée Chalamet) and Oliver (Armie Hammer) – carry themselves and regard each other, and the physical attraction between them feels immediate and electric.
It’s not that Call Me By Your Name is especially explicit (though the famous peach scene is definitely going to get people talking), but that it’s unmistakably sensual. Sex is no mere byproduct of love; nor is love an elevation of sex. In Call Me By Your Name, the romantic and the erotic are inextricably intertwined.
Bill Holter’s Commentary
Check this out on page 44, is it real metal?
Response to SEC Questions Regarding Exchange Traded Products File Number S7-11-15
We have used the following as previous exhibits, therefore they spanned a variety of different time periods since 2010. These are examples of products that should be high priority concerns for existing risks before the next financial crisis occurs.
Like many mortgage-backed securities products that were not stress tested prior to the financial crisis, ETFs now carry the same type risks of potentially helping to cripple the U.S. and global ‘too big to fail’ companies. Again, we agree with Mr. Fink; it is the products that can create undisclosed/currently unknown future financial distress and ETPs should be seriously stress tested. The following suggests that important ETFs will not pass.
A. The State Street SPDR Gold Shares ETF (Symbol: GLD)
The State Street SPDR Gold Shares ETF (Symbol: GLD), holds only 1 commodity asset, physical gold. The GLD is a straightforward and simplistic ETF example that demonstrates the supply and demand for shares and values of assets are not showing the expected natural economic relationships between the trading of the ETF and its gold assets.
The GLD is an ETF that has experienced both periods when shares should have been created but were not and times when massive amounts of shares were redeemed (decreasing GLD assets at more than twice the rate of changes in the price of gold).
Each type of creation/redemption period shows unexpected risk for investors in the GLD. By any measure, the GLD exemplifies asset risk to investors outside of the fundamental movement in the price of gold.
Because the only underlying asset is gold, new investment in the GLD should result in the ETF purchasing more gold when gold is in favor as an investment. In fact, the GLD for 2 years reviewed did not purchase any significant amounts of gold to match the enormous trading of the GLD by investors.
The ETF operators know underlying assets are not adjusting to incoming net investments, but have not disclosed the fact that creations are not happening as the SEC expects for many systemically important ETFs.
Chart 2 illustrates the creation/redemption process along with the GLD price action (changes in investor sentiment for physical gold). The GLD price is reset each day to approximately 10% of the price of an ounce of gold.55 In Chart 2, the daily shares outstanding and closing prices for each month were averaged in order to keep the chart understandable for the long trading period.