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Are we technologically check mated via EMP technology?


North Korea Conducts Hydrogen Bomb Test, Drawing Global Condemnation
September 3, 2017

Shortly after the news that North Korea announced it was in possession of an “advanced Hydrogen bomb”, to which we said that if “the bomb appears to be authentic, it would confirm that the North is preparing for its most provocative action yet: its sixth nuclear test, which would force Trump to respond, having vowed never to allow North Korea to become a nuclear power with offensive capabilities”, this is precisely what happened, when on Sunday morning, North Korea conducted what appears its sixth nuclear test, triggering a tremor 10 times as powerful as that from its test a year ago and just hours after it showed off what it called a hydrogen bomb capable of being mounted on a long-range missile.


The U.S. Geological Survey said it had recorded a M6.3 earthquake that it described as a “possible explosion” in northeastern North Korea—near the site of Pyongyang’s past nuclear tests—at a depth of zero kilometers at noon Pyongyang time. The agency initially assessed it to be a magnitude-5.1 temblor.

South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff assumed North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test, after an artificial earthquake was detected near the site of the North’s previous nuclear tests earlier today. Additionally, the Korea Meteorological Administration said that it had detected a revised magnitude-5.7 earthquake in the same area of North Korea, in what it described as likely being a “man-made” earthquake.

Because earthquakes are measured using a logarithmic scale, a magnitude-6.3 quake would be 10 times as powerful as the one triggered by the North’s September 2016 nuclear test, which triggered a magnitude-5.3 earthquake, according to the USGS.

Leaving all suspense out of it, shortly after the earthquake reports, North Korea says Kim Jong-un ordered the test of a hydrogen bomb that can be fitted onto an ICBM, and the device was successfully detonated. Additionally, North Korea confirmed the nuclear test on local television, adding that it had been a “perfect success.”



From David The Ghost, Whistle Blower.

The weather conspiracy is fact.

If a scientist at Cern can get drunk and put the accelerator on full power then Weather Experts can screw up Mother Nature to the extremes recently seen. Oops!


If you would like to talk weather and does the US or other Governments modify it posting a link to this would be proof it in fact has been taking place for a long time.

Scan it this was 1966 what do yo think they can do now?

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Bill Holter’s Commentary

YouTube apparently believes their opinion should be the only opinion and taking draconian measures to suppress “alternate” (from theirs) thought and speech. We predict this will boomerang in ugly fashion on them. By the way, even Bill and Jim were deemed either fake news or hate speech a couple of months back. We may never know as YouTube has never responded to any of the numerous e-mails sent to them.

The tally so far (article below).

What do you think of Google’s policy of ‘limiting’ YouTube videos?

1% It’s a good idea and better than simply banning videos 97% It’s a threat to free speech and should be stopped 2% Google should go further and delete all offensive content

1,110 Votes

DOWN THE ‘TUBE Youtube Accused Of CENSORSHIP Over Controversial New Bid To ‘Limit’ Access To Videos
September 1, 2017

YOUTUBE has been accused of censorship after introducing a controversial new policy designed to reduce the audience for videos deemed to be “inappropriate or offensive to some audiences”.

The Google-owned video site is now putting videos into a “limited state” if they are deemed controversial enough to be considered objectionable, but not hateful, pornographic or violent enough to be banned altogether.

This policy was announced several months ago but has come into force in the past week, prompting anger among members of the YouTube community.

The Sun Online understands Google and YouTube staff refer to the tactic as “tougher treatment”.

One prominent video-maker slammed the new scheme whilst WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange described the measures as “economic censorship”.

However, YouTube sees it as a way of maintaining freedom of speech and allowing discussion of controversial issues without resorting to the wholesale banning of videos.

Videos which are put into a limited state cannot be embedded on other websites.

They also cannot be easily published on social media using the usual share buttons and other users cannot comment on them.


Bill Holter’s Commentary

Regarding our weekend call, for those of you who do not believe in “weather modification”, it has been tried and worked on for years. We would also suggest you follow some of Dane Wigington’s work to learn more.

Operation Popeye – Wikipedia

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Bill Holter’s Commentary

Very interesting if true!

China Sees New World Order With Oil Benchmark Backed By Gold
September 1, 2017

DENPASAR, Indonesia — China is expected shortly to launch a crude oil futures contract priced in yuan and convertible into gold in what analysts say could be a game-changer for the industry.

The contract could become the most important Asia-based crude oil benchmark, given that China is the world’s biggest oil importer. Crude oil is usually priced in relation to Brent or West Texas Intermediate futures, both denominated in U.S. dollars.

China’s move will allow exporters such as Russia and Iran to circumvent U.S. sanctions by trading in yuan. To further entice trade, China says the yuan will be fully convertible into gold on exchanges in Shanghai and Hong Kong.

“The rules of the global oil game may begin to change enormously,” said Luke Gromen, founder of U.S.-based macroeconomic research company FFTT.

The Shanghai International Energy Exchange has started to train potential users and is carrying out systems tests following substantial preparations in June and July. This will be China’s first commodities futures contract open to foreign companies such as investment funds, trading houses and petroleum companies.


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For those experiencing fuel shortages, you can go to this website to find out which station still have product.


Jim Sinclair’s Commentary

Mr. Williams kindly shares with us again:

• August 2017 Unemployment Rates Notched Higher: U.3 Rose to 4.44% versus 4.35%, U.6 Rose to 8.59% versus 8.57%, and the ShadowStats-Alternate Rose to 22.2% versus 22.1%
• Full-Time Jobs Dropped by 166,000 (-166,000) in July • Weaker-Than-Expected August Payroll Jobs Gain of 156,000 was Just 115,000 Net of the Prior Month’s Revisions, Well Within Range of Statistical Insignificance
• Payroll Revisions Suggestive of Looming Negative Benchmarking
• Annual Payroll and Full-Time Employment Growth Rates Dropped to 1.45% and 1.16%, Levels Common at the Onset of Recessions
• Deepening Real Annual Decline in July 2017 Construction Spending Continued in a Manner Last Seen in the Housing Collapse of 2006, Despite Upside Revisions to May and June Activity
• Shy of Recovering Its Pre-Recession Peak by 23.1% (-23.1%), Real Construction Spending Continued in Intensifying Downtrend
• August 2017 Money Supply M3 Annual Growth and Monetary Base Jumped in Tandem; M3 Growth Rose to an Eight-Month High of 3.6%, While the Growth and Level of the Saint Louis Fed Monetary-Base Climbed to Seventeen-Month Highs as of August 16th
• Faltering Economic Activity and Intensifying Political Discord Increasingly Peril the Dollar and Intensify Risks of Market Turmoil

No. 908-A: August Labor and Monetary Conditions, July Construction Spending

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People laugh at preppers, they always have, but now those that did prepare are more comfortable than those that laughed. Lesson here? Prep on.

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Bill Holter’s Commentary

…and the man portrays himself as war hero?

Sens. McCain, Collins Trying to Delay Trump’s Military Tranny Ban
August 30, 2017

Two senators are trying to delay President Donald Trump’s transgender ban, and their attempt appears to have support from GOP Sen. John McCain.

Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Republican Sen. Susan Collins have proposed an amendment to the annual defense budget bill that would prohibit the Pentagon from halting gender transition medical treatments or ousting any open transgender service members until the military completes a study and sends it to Congress, The Washington Examiner reports.

Once summer recess is over, the amendment will receive consideration from legislators back in session. So far, the proposal appears to have some backing from McCain, chairman of the Senate Committee on Armed Services.

“The Pentagon’s ongoing study on this issue should be completed before any decisions are made with regard to accession,” McCain said Friday.

For McCain, pushing actively serving transgenders out of the military “would be a step in the wrong direction.”


Bill Holter’s Commentary

Strike two! This is the second time since Friday where the Jolly Green Giant emptied his pockets of gold futures only to see prices resist collapse and turn higher. We are now nearly $20 higher from last nights flash crash. Selling paper is not working and selling physical is not an option if you do not have it. Big change is afoot!

Gold Flash-Crashes Below $1300
August 30, 2017

After the shenanigans in US mega-tech stocks over the last two days and the seemingly well orchestrated melt-up to pre-J-Hole levels in the dollar, why should anyone be surprised that ‘someone’ decided to try to sell $1.1 billion notional into the Asian open…


After the shenanigans in US mega-tech stocks over the last two days and the seemingly well orchestrated melt-up to pre-J-Hole levels in the dollar, why should anyone be surprised that ‘someone’ decided to try to sell $1.1 billion notional into the Asian open…



Bill Holter’s Commentary

This is not good…

In Tit For Tat, US Tells Russia To Close Post In San Fran
August 31, 2017

WASHINGTON (AP) — In an escalating tit-for-tat, the United States forced Russia on Thursday to shutter its consulate in San Francisco and scale back its diplomatic presence in Washington and New York, as relations between the two former Cold War foes continued to unravel.

The Trump administration said the move constituted its response to the Kremlin’s “unwarranted and detrimental” decision to force the U.S. to cut its diplomatic staff in Russia. The U.S. gave Russia a mere 48 hours to close its San Francisco consulate, along with smaller Russian posts in Washington and New York.

“The United States is prepared to take further action as necessary and as warranted,” said State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert. Still, she said the U.S. hoped both countries could now move toward “improved relations” and “increased cooperation.”

Russia said it regretted the order and pointed the finger at the U.S. for starting the “escalation of tensions” between the nuclear-armed powers. It wasn’t immediately clear whether the Kremlin would return the volley by retaliating for the U.S. retaliation. The Russian Foreign Ministry said Moscow was studying the decision to determine its response.

U.S. ties to Russia have soured in recent years over deep disagreements about Ukraine, Syria and Russian hacking. To the surprise of those who anticipated that President Donald Trump’s election would reverse that trend, the feud has only worsened this year, even as investigators continue probing whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Moscow’s efforts to help him get elected.


Bill Holter’s Commentary

…neither is this!

Rothschild Just Pulled A Lot Of Money Out Of The US
August 31, 2017

Jay Syrmopoulos––In what is a sure signal to oligarchs across the globe, Lord Jacob Rothschild, founder and chairman of RIT Capital Partners, has substantially minimized his exposure to what he views as a risky and unstable U.S. capital market. In the half-yearly financial report for RIT Capital Partners, Rothschild explained the company’s aggressive moves to significantly reduce exposure to U.S. assets.

“We do not believe this is an appropriate time to add to risk. Share prices have in many cases risen to unprecedented levels at a time when economic growth is by no means assured,” Rothschild said in his semi-annual report.

Additionally, Rothschild stated that he believes quantitative easing (QE) programs employed by central banks, such as the Federal Reserve Bank in the U.S. will “come to an end.”

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Rothschild was quoted in the report as saying, “The period of monetary accommodation may well be coming to an end.”

Signaling a potential disaster in the making in the United States financial markets, Rothschild reduced the investments RIT Capital Partners has in the U.S. dollar by nearly fifty percent. On December 31, 2016, RIT Capital Partners reported a 62 percent net value asset investment in U.S. dollars. In the latest report released by RIT Capital Partners on June 30, 2017, the company has a 37 percent net value asset investment in U.S. dollars.