NFL Chaos Is Part Of The Globalists Long-Held Plans To Divide Then Destroy America – Is It Time For The American People To Bring An End To The Globalist Institutions That Hate Our Country?

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By Stefan Stanford – All News Pipeline – Live Free Or Die Sept 28th, 2017

“When you open your heart to patriotism, there is no room for prejudice! The Bible tells us, How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity” – President Donald J. Trump

While Republican US Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma is now claiming that a Russian troll army is responsible for stoking the NFL debate in an attempt to push divisiveness in America despite the fact that Colin Kaepernick started this hatred of America now going on within the NFL well over a year ago, long before President Trump was voted into office, we see in this must-read story from Frank Brady over at his Gates To Liberty blog that what we’re now witnessing in the NFL is a key part of the globalists long-held plans to divide then destroy America. 

As has been long reported on ANP and within alternative media, there is a very real plan to destroy the sovereignty of America going back many, many decades (perfectly represented by most of the lunatics in Congress being opposed to President Trump’s ‘America First’ agenda!) and with the NFL quite literally selling their souls to ESPN and the political left while spitting upon their core fan base and America, Brady warns “This Is Not About Football, This Is About WAR!” 

Simply put, the NFL has decided to bite the very hand that feeds it, the American people and our great nation, and as Brady tells us within his story, this latest drama has nothing to do with either football or the national anthem. Is it time for the American people to put an end to (peacefully and legally via boycotts, of course, while we still can!) any globalist institutions, such as the NFL and ESPN, that have turned against America and sold out the American people? From Brady’s Must Read Story :

What is unfolding comes right out of Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals” handbook. Both “Black Lives Matter” and “Antifa” are hard core Marxist Shock Troops being continuously supplied with boots on the ground by Barack Hussein Obama’s “Organizing for Action”, a national army of fanatical Leftists that is hundreds of thousands strong and is actively recruiting “volunteers” through mass mailings to radical e-mail lists. Obama maintains a well-staffed Washington office for a reason. He and his posse intend to destroy what remains of the old American republic and install a totally socialist tyranny upon its ashes.

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As Susan Duclos reported on ANP on Wednesday, according to one black man, US Veteran and law enforcement officer Brandum Tatum, what President Trump is doing right now is separating those who love America from those who hate America. The fact that Kaepernick had never even bothered to register to vote should have told the NFL that the donkey they were hitching their protest-cart to was lame. And the fact that Black Lives Matters continues to base most of their protests upon ‘fake news’, while Antifa proves to us they are fascists by attempting to stifle the free speech of others, proves the monster America is dealing with is tyrannical and totalitarian in nature, willing to push an agenda based upon outright lies which fits perfectly into Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama’s ‘Saul Alinsky agenda’. 

And we shouldn’t be the least bit surprised that TV networks refused to show the many former NFL fans in the stands, booing at their formerly favorite teams, for the mainstream media and the NFL are quite literally defecating upon America and the many lives of Americans lost protecting our rights as citizens under that flag.

We expect that the TV networks will continue to ignore the masses of fans that are protesting against the teams within stadiums, hoping that people won’t notice. Yet how can America miss noticing being quite literally stabbed in the back by owners, coaches and jocks making millions and millions of dollars to play a stupid kids game? 

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The Housing Bubble Is Cracking And The MSM Cannot Spin This…

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Comparing the cost of living between 1975 and 2017:  Inflation continues to eat away at purchasing power in housing and other big ticket items.

By mybudget360.com Sept 25th, 2017

For the most part people widely misunderstand inflation.  It is a complicated topic.  If you ask the man and woman on the street they would respond that inflation is the price of goods going up.  This is true in some respect but what people see is merely the outcome of larger forces at work like monetary decisions made by the Federal Reserve.  Generally speaking central banks want to limit inflation (but have some) and avoid deflation.  Today we have seen purchasing power decrease because of the way we have allowed debt to infiltrate every aspect of our lives.  Items like homes, cars, and education are all largely funded by debt.  Let us see how things have changed since 1975 to 2017 by comparing the cost of living in this time span.

Examining the cost of living over time

As we examine some of these items we also notice that there is some disinflation going on.  For example, instead of selling five pound bags of sugar you now see four pound bags of sugar.  Or you will see smaller packaging with potato chips.  At least with foods, things have been relatively controlled.  Where we see the cost of living shooting up is with big ticket purchases.
First, let us look at a chart that has 1975 and 2015 costs:

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A few things should stand out to you.  The cost of a new home in 2015 was $270,200.  That 1975 home if we adjust for inflation should cost $209,417 in 2015.  That is a real increase of 29 percent.  But let us look at what a new home costs today among other items that I have updated from various sources:

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A new home today now costs $313,700.  So in two years the cost of a new home went up 16 percent (or $43,500).  Now you tell me if you think the typical family saw their household income go up by that amount in the last two years?  It has not as the above chart highlights with overall household income remaining stagnant.

The cost of a new car has now gone up to $33,560 from $31,252 – an increase of $2,308 in two years.  This is why you have so many people going into subprime debt to finance their vehicles.  Income is stagnant while the cost of big ticket items is going up.  You might think that $2,308 isn’t much but it is when you are not earning more.  So what do people do?  They go into more debt:

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Total household debt is at a record level.  What is more troubling is that we now have three debt categories in the trillions – student debt ($1.4 trillion), auto debt ($1.1 trillion), and credit card debt ($1 trillion).  So people are going into big debt to purchase items while the cost of food remains stable.
But there is some disinflation in food as I had previously mentioned.  Take a look at sugar:

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Notice something?  These are now four pound bags.  I’m sure most don’t notice but the five pound bags slowly disappeared.  You see a lot of this occurring in grocery stores but most people don’t pick up on this.  You also have dollar stores offering name brand products but in unique packaging that offers less for cash strapped consumers.
So what can we take away by looking at the cost of living in 2017 versus 1975 and 2015?  Big ticket items financed by debt continue to move up.  Household debt continues to move up as well to finance these purchases and to make up for stagnant income.  Does this story sound familiar?  It should because that is what led us into the last credit crisis.

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Rare Worldwide Events Signs of a Cataclysmic Event

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Federal Reserve Will Continue Cutting Economic Life Support

Wednesday, 20 September 2017 By Brandon Smith

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I remember back in mid-2013 when the Federal Reserve fielded the notion of a “taper” of quantitative easing measures. More specifically, I remember the response of mainstream economic analysts as well as the alternative economic community. I argued fervently in multiple articles that the Fed would indeed follow through with the taper, and that it made perfect sense for them to do so given that the mission of the central bank is not to protect the U.S. financial system, but to sabotage it carefully and deliberately. The general consensus was that a taper of QE was impossible and that the Fed would “never dare.” Not long after, the Fed launched its taper program.

Two years later, in 2015, I argued once again that the Fed would begin raising interest rates even though multiple mainstream and alternative sources believed that this was also impossible. Without low interest rates, stock buybacks would slowly but surely die out, and the last pillar holding together equities and the general economy (besides blind faith) would be removed. The idea that the Fed would knowingly take such an action seemed to be against their “best self interest;” and yet, not long after, they initiated the beginning of the end for artificially low interest rates.

The process that the Federal Reserve has undertaken has been a long and arduous one cloaked in disinformation. It is a process of dismantlement. Through unprecedented stimulus measures, the central bank has conjured perhaps the largest stock and bond bubbles in history, not to mention a bubble to end all bubbles in the U.S. dollar.
Stocks in particular are irrelevant in the grand scheme of our economy, but this does not stop the populace from using them as a reference point for the health of our system. This creates an environment rife with delusion, just as the open flood of cheap credit created considerable delusion before the crash of 2008.

Today, we find our economic fundamentals in complete disarray, but the overwhelming fantasy within stocks still remains. Why? Because yet again, for some reason, no one is ready to accept the reality that the Fed is pulling the plug on America’s fiscal life support. Nary a handful of economists in the world think that the Fed will raise interest rates one more time this year if ever again, and the threat of a balance sheet reduction is the furthest thing from everyone’s mind. Daytrading investors are utterly convinced they have the Fed by the short hairs. I say, the situation is actually in reverse.
The minutes from the Fed’s July Open Market Committee Meeting indicate that while the central bank has been the savior of stock investors for several years, the party is about to end. Comments on the risks a bull market might pose to “financial stability” have been more frequent the past couple of months.

Only a few weeks ago, former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan commented that bond markets could collapse and bring stocks down with them do to overvaluations and increasing interest rates. Recent spikes in markets despite a steady stream of natural disasters, threats of war with North Korea, as well is “increased inflation” (according to Fed models) due to the damage wrought by Hurricane Harvey suggest that the Fed will indeed continue hiking rates into our ongoing financial collapse.
The next FOMC meeting will conclude on the 20th of this month, and the question is, will the Fed surprise with a rate hike and/or balance sheet reduction program? I believe the odds are much higher than many people seem to think.
First, let’s be clear, historically the Fed’s predictable behavior has been to skip major policy actions in September and then startle markets with renewed and aggressive actions in December. People placing bets on a Fed rate hike in September would look at this pattern and say “no way.” However, the narrative I see building in Fed rhetoric and in the mainstream media is that stock markets have become “unruly children” and that the Fed must become a “stern parent,” reigning them in before they are crushed under the weight of their own naive enthusiasm.

In my view, the Fed will continue to do what it says it is going to do — raise interest rates and reduce and remove stimulus, and that the mainstream narrative will soon be adjusted to suggest that this is “necessary;” that stock markets need a bit of tough love. If the Fed means to follow through with its stated plans for “financial stability” in markets, then the only measure that would be effective in shell-shocking stocks back to reality would be a surprise hike, a surprise announcement of balance sheet reduction or both at the same time.

If the Fed intends to continue cutting off life support to equities and bonds in preparation for a controlled demolition of the U.S. economy, then there is a high probability at the very least of a balance sheet reduction announcement this week with strong language indicating another rate hike in December. I also would not completely rule out a surprise rate hike even though September is usually a no-action month for central banks.

This would fit the trend of central banks around the globe strategically distancing themselves from artificial support for the financial structure. Last week, the Bank of England surprised investors with an open indication that they may begin raising interest rates “in the coming months.” The Bank Of Canada surprised some economists with yet another rate hike this month and mentions of “more to come.” The European Central Bank has paved the way for a tapering of stimulus measures according to comments made during its latest meeting early this month. And, the Bank of Japan initiated taper measures in July.

Even Forbes is admitting that there appears to be a “coordinated tightening of monetary policy” coming far sooner than the mainstream expects. If you understand how the Bank for International Settlements controls policy initiatives of national central bank members, then you should not be surprised that central banks all over the world are pursuing the same actions and the same rhetoric. The only difference between any of them is the pace they have chosen in taking the punch away from the party.

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Next Financial Crisis will Bring a Closing of the Financial System

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Completely Exposed, ‘Monstrously Evil’, 100+ Year Old Plan Confirms ‘Global Elite’ Embrace ‘Evil For The Sake Of Evil’ And Proves Our War Is Not Merely With Flesh And Blood

Submitted to All News Pipeline by William B. Stoecker 9-14-17

Informed patriots know that there is a group of wealthy and powerful banksters and corporate executives who have slowly been taking control of the world, in a process that has been going on for centuries. In the US they control both political parties at the very top, and the members of this group belong to various organizations like the Council for Foreign Relations (CFR), Trilateral Commission, Skull and Bones, the Masons, Knights of Malta, and the Bohemian Club with its Bohemian Grove. Globally, these people are regular attendees at Bilderberg meetings. Some of these organizations, like the CFR and the Bilderbergers, are overtly political; others, like the Bohemian Club, are less obviously political, but seem cult-like or quasi-religious in nature.

Most of us understand the source of their power…fiat money. Certain powerful banks, in the US the ones who are part of the Federal Reserve system, are basically allowed to counterfeit money legally. Fiat money was printed centuries ago in China, but in Europe it began with money lenders and goldsmiths, who would store people’s gold coins and jewelry in their safes for a small fee, issuing the depositor a certificate of deposit.

Soon, people learned that these certificates could be used as money, and then some of the more unscrupulous goldsmiths began printing up certificates far in excess of their actual holdings in gold, and loaning them out at interest. This racket was taken over by the Knights Templar, and their spiritual descendants continued to control the fiat money scam long after the Templars were persecuted by the French King and all but destroyed. In country after country these people set up national banks, loaned money to kings, and became fabulously wealthy and powerful. In the US, wealthy banksters set up the Federal Reserve, a quasi-governmental consortium of banks.

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It doesn’t require a lot of work or much knowledge or skill to prosper, risk free, within such a system. The banksters loaned money to governments, made contributions to politicians, and endowed universities, calling it “charity.” Thusly they were able to take control of political parties and schools and buy up most of the newspapers and publishing houses, controlling the flow of information and indoctrinating the people. It is obvious that by these means alone, the elites, had they so desired, could have become the benevolent behind-the-scenes rulers of an incredibly powerful and prosperous world, skimming the cream off the top of a huge global economy, and working to prevent wars and depressions and maintain order and stability with effective law enforcement.

Their route to power would have been completely secure…there would be, for example, no John Birch Society if John Birch had not been murdered by the Chinese Communists because there were no communists and World War Two never happened. Every now and then some citizen might realize that our freedom was an illusion and our elections were a farce, but no one would really care. Does anyone really believe that we patriots would be up in arms if there had been no major war or depression in a century, crime was almost nonexistent, our borders were secure, taxes were low and the IRS didn’t exist, and good paying jobs were plentiful? Let’s be honest with ourselves.

Yet we know this is not what happened. Wars have been almost nonstop, especially since the UN was created, ostensibly to prevent wars. Our worst depression to date happened after the Federal Reserve was created, supposedly to prevent depressions. Most researchers estimate that in the bloody twentieth century, in addition to battlefield carnage, governments, especially the Nazis and communists, murdered over 100 million human beings. There have been any number of suspicious deaths of citizens who seemed to know too much for their own good, including those whose bodies lie in the wake of the Demonic Duo…the Clintons. Most of us patriots are aware of false flag operations like Oklahoma City and 9/11, where the evidence indicates that our own government committed mass murder of American citizens.

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As I said, America’s Great Depression happened after the Federal Reserve was created. Interest rates were low in the nineteen twenties, and it was legal to buy stocks “on margin,” paying only ten percent of the stock’s value with banks and brokerage firms loaning the rest. Of course this created a bubble, with the value of the stocks inflated far beyond the real wealth of the companies involved, and such bubbles were well understood long before 1929. And during this period the Fed increased the money supply, encouraging the deadly process. After the inevitable crash and the bank failures, when ready money was needed, the Fed decreased the money supply. Everything they did served to create the depression, not prevent it, and many economists today believe that FDR’s “New Deal” spending also worsened and prolonged the Depression. The New Deal included such insanities as the slaughter of thousands of hogs and the burial of the meat to (supposedly) keep food prices high enough to keep farmers in business…while people actually starved to death.

Consider the odd beginnings of WWII. The Allies, after WWI, imposed the harsh and punitive Treaty of Versailles on Germany, embittering the Germans. This, along with the Depression, led to the rise of Hitler, who was loaned money by American banks (they had also loaned to the Russian communists in 1917 and thereafter). The Allies then let the Germans rearm, allowed them to unify with Austria, and let them occupy Czechoslovakia.

Then, when it was too late, and Hitler had been encouraged to believe that a wider war could be avoided, France and England declared war when Germany invaded Poland, even though Germany had a legitimate grievance. But they did not declare war on the Soviet Union, whose forces also invaded Poland. We are supposed to believe that this was all just due to honest “mistakes,” but even a complete idiot will occasionally do something right, if only by accident. This was deliberate.

After ignoring all the warnings before Pearl Harbor, the US became involved in a bloody war with Japan, and, when Japan sent out peace feelers in 1944, insisted on unconditional surrender, which prolonged the war and gave us an excuse to test our atomic bombs. We also invited the Soviets to “help” us at the end, meaning we allowed them to invade northern Korea, where they set up the communist regime that threatens us today, and Manchuria, where they aided Mao and his Chinese Communists. And when Japan surrendered we let them keep their Emperor, which was all they had asked for in 1944!

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So why do the elites torture and murder and orchestrate wars and depressions and false flag operations when it is not even necessary? They do it because they like to do it, despite the risks involved. They do not so much torture and murder to gain and keep power as they want power so that they can torture and murder. Consider the sheer evil of their abortion agenda, and their encouragement of promiscuity and sexual perversion, and, now, sexual mutilation. I mentioned earlier that the elites usually belong to quasi-religious cults. The ultimate nature of these cults is obvious in the case of the “Lucis Trust,” founded in the early twentieth century by theosophist Alice Bailey.

She was a virulent anti-Semite and admired Napoleon, Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin. The Lucis Trust includes among its members many prominent Americans, and is allowed to maintain the bizarre “meditation room” at UN headquarters in New York, with its repulsive abstract wall painting and its huge monolith of magnetized iron-rich rock. I saw similar monoliths years ago at the ancient ruin of Tiahuanaco in Bolivia, and tested them with my compass, verifying that they were magnetized. But Lucis Trust once had another name: Lucifer Trust. And Alice Bailey openly worshipped a “god” she called Lucifer. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure this out.

And the “Great Work” of the elitists, by their own admission, has been going on for centuries (in my one and only book, 17 years ago, I argued that this all began in prehistory, in the time of Atlantis). But why would people like Adam Weishaupt of the Illuminati spend effort and resources on a plan that is not only monstrously evil, but which would not be completed until long after their deaths? Why not spend their ill-gotten gain on themselves? The answer must be that this plan is being directed by something that lives (or at least exists) for centuries, something that hates freedom, hates marriage and the family, hates morality, and hates Man and God. Our war is not merely with flesh and blood. 

So why do the elites torture and murder and orchestrate wars and depressions and false flag operations when it is not even necessary? They do it because they like to do it, despite the risks involved. They do not so much torture and murder to gain and keep power as they want power so that they can torture and murder. Consider the sheer evil of their abortion agenda, and their encouragement of promiscuity and sexual perversion, and, now, sexual mutilation. I mentioned earlier that the elites usually belong to quasi-religious cults. The ultimate nature of these cults is obvious in the case of the “Lucis Trust,” founded in the early twentieth century by theosophist Alice Bailey.

She was a virulent anti-Semite and admired Napoleon, Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin. The Lucis Trust includes among its members many prominent Americans, and is allowed to maintain the bizarre “meditation room” at UN headquarters in New York, with its repulsive abstract wall painting and its huge monolith of magnetized iron-rich rock. I saw similar monoliths years ago at the ancient ruin of Tiahuanaco in Bolivia, and tested them with my compass, verifying that they were magnetized. But Lucis Trust once had another name: Lucifer Trust. And Alice Bailey openly worshipped a “god” she called Lucifer. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure this out.

And the “Great Work” of the elitists, by their own admission, has been going on for centuries (in my one and only book, 17 years ago, I argued that this all began in prehistory, in the time of Atlantis). But why would people like Adam Weishaupt of the Illuminati spend effort and resources on a plan that is not only monstrously evil, but which would not be completed until long after their deaths? Why not spend their ill-gotten gain on themselves? The answer must be that this plan is being directed by something that lives (or at least exists) for centuries, something that hates freedom, hates marriage and the family, hates morality, and hates Man and God. Our war is not merely with flesh and blood.

 

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Breaking News: We Bettter Take Care Of This Problem

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Who’s Going To Eat The Losses? The only question that matters regarding today’s markets

by Chris Martenson
Friday, September 8, 2017

Unsustainable.
Many more people need to understand what that word really means, and how it applies to pretty much everything in the current human living arrangement. Especially the so-called ‘developed’ nations.
Here’s the dictionary definition:

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Let’s take these three definitions one at a time.
First: our entire economic model, which dependent on borrowing at a faster rate than income (GDP) grows, is something that simply cannot be maintained at its current rate or level. Check.
Second: depleting species, soils and aquifers are all wildly unsustainable practices that are accelerating. Check.
Last (and most glaring of all): the world’s leadership (and we use that term very loosely) continues to insist on adhering to the indefensible idea that infinite growth on a finite planet is possible  Checkmate.
Said another way, the daily comforting stories we are told about how all of this somehow makes sense are just a load of nonsense. Each is entirely unsupportable by the evidence, facts and data.
What happens when a culture’s dominant narratives are not just unsatisfactory, but entirely unworkable? 
Well, for one thing, the younger generations that are being asked (goaded?) to step into an increasingly flawed future begin to resist. Which is completely understandable. They have nothing to gain if the status quo continues.
At the same time, the older generations mostly just settle into a stubborn insistence that everything will be fine if everyone will just do more of precisely what got us into the mess in the first place. Younger people should step up to make sure Medicare/Social Security/pensions remain fully funded, and buy the financial assets and homes of downsizing seniors at top dollar. The boomers have everything to lose if the status quo changes.
Why do I bother to tell you all this?  Why have I spent the last ten years of my life trying to alert the public of risks they keep telling me make them uncomfortable?  Because I care. Because I hope to help a few people preserve their hard-earned wealth. Possibly even save a few lives with this information. And, ultimately, to help people lead lives filled with greater connection, aliveness and joy.
The key to all of these better outcomes is having a clear-eyed view of “what is”, and then being able to predict “what’s next”. Which means that understanding is the first step. Informed action follows from that.

Mind The Gap

In the US, through selfish over-consumption, the baby boomer generation has screwed the prospects for following generations. It’s now doing everything to deny and defend its extraordinarily self-serving and short-sighted decisions, and delay the repercussions for as long as possible.
For the record, I seriously doubt the current younger generations would have behaved any differently were we to teleport them back in time  The boomers came of age when net energy from oil was still climbing and that ‘taught’ them about ‘how the world worked.’  When you have abundant resources, especially high net energy oil, you can pretty much do anything you want.
But today?
Not so much. A BIG fallacy of the past is that wars lead to rapid economic expansion afterwards. A more correct version of this is that the destruction of war leads to rapid recovery and rebuilding ONLY IF you also have access to abundant high net energy oil. If you don’t, wars only lead to destroyed economies.
Think of it this way: an 18-year-old who injures his knee has the resources of youth to help them recover completely. But an 80-year-old? Not so much.
This fallacy of thinking that we can just have another nice major war (North Korea?), or a few major hurricanes (Harvey, Irma and counting…), and then not only recover, but return better than ever is a dangerous delusion to hold. It’s no different than our 80-year-old thinking that taking up downhill skateboarding would be a safe and sensible thing to do. 
Self-deception is a process of denying or rationalizing away the relevance, significance, or importance of opposing evidence and logical argument. Self-deception involves convincing oneself of a truth (or lack of truth) so that one does not reveal any self-knowledge of the deception.
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The inter-generational resentment mentioned above is growing ever more extreme and it’s creating a significant social (and soon political) disturbance that will prove to be utterly disappointing for all. Already we see the signs in failing pensions having to cut benefits, young people opting out of such bulwarks of cultural stability as car ownership, marriage and having children.
If the DNC hadn’t straight up stolen the primary from Bernie Sanders, it’s quite possible that he’d have handily won the US presidential election and we’d already be feeling the effects of the political power of the next generation.
In this view, Trump is nothing more than the first (but not final) reflection of boomer denial backfiring badly. The sclerotic remnants of the past held fast and tried to jam Hillary down the throats of a very unenthusiastic electorate that long ago concluded that business-as-usual is literally a vision without a future. And so Hillary was rejected and Trump, the only alternative left standing, got the victory.

Who’s Going To Eat The Losses?

The US economic data to back up this decidedly dim view of things could not possibly be more robust and unassailable.
If we were allowed just one chart, just a single piece of data to back up this assertion, it would be this one:

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The oft-cited and worried over ‘US federal debt’ of some $20 trillion is the lowest dark-blue shaded area on that chart .It’s not even 10% of the predicament the country faces
No country has ever dug out from under a debt + liability load anywhere close to that amount. It’s just too big a hole to climb out of.
With GDP growth stubbornly anemic for going on 12 years now, and no fresh sources of high net energy to fund future GDP growth, we can say this very simply about the promises our politicians are soothingly singing to us:
Any thought that these promises will be kept is delusional.
They won’t be kept because they can’t be kept. It’s really no more complicated than that.
Only one question matters when presented with a chart like this: Who’s going to eat the losses?
The keepers of the status quo, such as Hillary and Trump and their cozy relationships with Goldman-Sachs, et al., want the answer to be ‘the taxpayers’ (and not ‘the banks’). But they’d never publicly admit to that. So they pretend that losses will never matter, and instead promise perpetual prosperity for all.
So people, companies, communities and the entire nation of the United States makes plans and investments as if the above chart didn’t even exist.
This is no different than our 80-year-old refusing to draft a will because he simply can’t face the reality that one day he’ll need one. Such denial and self-delusion make a terrible strategy to live by.
The fact that you live in a world where the leaders of most countries are engaging in willful denial does not mean you have to be a victim to the consequences of their irrational delusion.
This is why having a clear-eyed view of the data, knowing your history, and forecasting the most likely outcomes are critical for positioning yourself for safety.
Those who do this empirically realize that the global economy is far more likely to contract, possibly viciously, before it expands. Given this, today’s global equity prices and non-investment grade bonds are absolutely mis-priced for such an outcome — instead they’re practically priced for perfection, and thus due for a major correction.
Last week we issued a report warning of the multiplying number of important indicators signaling a coming market correction and economic recession.
Building on that data is next week’s webinar featuring Grant Williams and Lance Roberts who will be presenting their latest indicators, analysis and forecasts at the Dangerous Markets webinar on September 13th — where they will take ample questions live from the audience. For more information on the webinar, click here.

Stormy Outlook

In Part 2: How To Deal With Our Dangerous Markets And Failing Future, we explain why the fall from today’s market highs will be so painful, and where today’s concerned investor can look when seeking safe haven for their capital.
We have the world’s central banking cartel for our situation, who have — for the third time in less than 20 years — blown a gigantic bubble.  Or rather, have blown a nested set of bubbles (stocks, bonds, housing), each of which will help accelerate the popping the others when the time comes.
As with a developing hurricane, the time to prepare yourself for these eventualities is well before they actual manifest.  Once they’ve arrived, your ability to respond and react will be hampered by the fact that your efforts will be accompanied by those of thousand and millions of other people. Don’t be one of the panicked herd. Take prudent action today.

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