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  1. "I Love White People!" God Bless Columbia U. Student for Telling Truth Columbia University white student shouts about loving white people. Black students and media call it "racist." He says that whites built the modern world. Julian von Abele, God bless you for telling the truth. Columbia denounces the “deeply disturbing racially charged incident,” and cries “racism” and “hate speech.” This is hate speech against the white man.
  2. UK Stocks - have they Topped? UKX ... update :
  3. / 2 / Here’s Where Jim Wyckoff Thinks Gold Is Headed For 2019 Dec 10, 2018 Guest(s): Jim Wyckoff Market Analyst and Columnist Raw commodities have reached a cyclical low and should be headed for higher prices in the years to come, this according to Jim Wyckoff, senior analyst for Kitco News. “Raw commodities, in the past year or so, I believe has put in a longer-term cyclical low. That means in the coming years those raw commodity prices are going to work higher,” Wyckoff said. / 3 / Silver Playing Catch-up As Prices Outperform Gold Prices Kitco News
  4. Bullish forecasts for 2019 - but we may need a falling Dollar for these to work out DXY / Trade-weighted US Dollar ... 1-year : 3-years : Look For Gold To Hit $1,400 In 2019 - BoAML n his presentation, Widmer noted that this past year, three factors worked in collaboration with each other to drive gold prices lower: rising real interest rates, positive U.S. economic growth and a strong U.S. dollar. However, looking to the year ahead, he added that these trends are all reversing. “We are moving into an environment that will be very supportive for gold,” he said. Along with a turning tide in U.S. interest rates and U.S. dollar strength, the bank sees growing financial volatility driving gold prices in 2019. The bank sees higher volatility as global liquidity continues to tighten. “True, gold prices will not spike until there is a meaningful shift in some the recent market trends. But we believe the spike in the VIX is already setting the stage for that reversal, while the twin U.S. trade and government budget deficits could come into focus as we head into 2019,” the bank report said. “In our view, gold prices could spike quickly to a $1,400/oz high next year if global markets perceive that the Fed is about to blink in its dual monetary tightening policy.” Looking outside the U.S., the bank sees weaker Chinese growth as a positive factor for gold as it will prompt the Chinese central bank to loosen monetary policy. “While China's credit bubble could negatively impact gold in the near term, a possible shift to aggressively ease monetary policy to deal with debt deflation could be very bullish for gold,” the bank said. “After all, as rates go down in China, the opportunity cost of holding gold is expected to drop.” Although the bank is optimistic on gold, it has little cheer for other precious metal assets, particularly silver. “There are too many spare ounces of silver floating around the market to support bullish market fundamentals,” said Widmer. The bank sees silver averaging $16.93 an ounce in 2019, with the metal hitting a high of 18 an ounce.
  5. Epstein sex abuse victims press judge for decision on tossing lenient plea deal Victims of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, who have waged a decade-long fight for justice, on Monday pressed a federal judge to finally take action on their motion to throw out a controversial plea agreement that gave the politically connected multimillionaire immunity from federal prosecution. Lawyers for Epstein’s victims filed the request in the Southern District of Florida, asking judge Kenneth Marra to either make a decision or set a date for a hearing on the motion to vacate the deal. That request, which many legal experts consider a long shot, has been awaiting his ruling for more than a year. Epstein, 65, was given what victims’ advocates consider one of the most lenient plea deals for a serial sex offender in history. The New York hedge fund manager faced a possible life sentence for molesting dozens — and perhaps hundreds — of underage girls at his Palm Beach mansion from 2001 to 2006, according to federal court documents. Read more: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED | The History The US Government HOPES You Never Learn! http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/#ixzz5ZQUzZ9bI
  6. BOUGHT ... and Not Bought Bought ...and paid for (?) ... may be Mr Nadler: Dem Rep Nadler JUST NOW: Google is a kind, big-hearted Company that can CENSOR anyone they choose to! By: alexmark Read more: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED | The History The US Government HOPES You Never Learn! http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/#ixzz5ZQDs5uvg Not Bought, so FB Bought: Since nobody else wants them, Facebook is buying back its own shares by the billions By: newsguy76 Read more: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED | The History The US Government HOPES You Never Learn! http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/#ixzz5ZQDTx1u2
  7. This young guy wants people to respect whites for their contributions, but his drink-fueled persuasion technique failed Columbia Student Targeted Over Drunken Rant Saying White People 'Invented The Modern World' Twitter SJWs targeted and doxed Columbia student Julian von Abele over an out-of-context video where he went on a late-night drunken rant saying white people "invented the modern world." Columbia student Aala Nasir posted the video Sunday on Twitter, saying "Twitter do your thing." Drunken Columbia U. Student SPARKS OUTRAGE Twitter "did their thing" by doxing him immediately and demanding his life be destroyed. Here's how the video went down via Heavy: The video opens with von Abele, wearing a blazer and a button down shirt, loudly proclaiming, “We invented the modern world.” You can hear the other students yelling at him at the start of the video as well. “Who?” someone asks him. “Europeans,” von Abele clarifies. (He doesn’t answer when someone asks, in mock surprise, whether he is European himself.) Von Abele, his voice rising, continues, “we invented science and industry and you want to tell us to stop because oh my God, we’re so bad.” You can hear a student respond saying, "I just want to kick him. I just want kick him." He goes on, “We saved billions of people from starvation. We built modern civilization.” You can hear the other students expressing shock. “Oh, my God,” one says. Another asks, “what about slavery?” They do not protest his characterization of their comments as saying white people are "so bad." They instead cited slavery as evidence of white people's badness. “White people are the best thing ever,” he yells. “I love myself and I love my people,” he yells, jumping up and down. “Say it again,” urges one of the onlookers. “F*** yeah, white people,” von Abele yells. “We’re white people. We did everything. I don’t hate other people, I just love myself. I just love white men.” The video also shows one student shoving her finger into Abele's face... ... Columbia University reacted ... Excerpt: " We write to you to unequivocally denounce a deeply disturbing racially charged incident involving Columbia undergraduates that took place ..." We are alarmed at the rise of incidents of racism and hate speech in our world today. It is more important than ever that we continually demonstrate our core values and restate our commitment to a diverse, inclusive community on campus. At Columbia, we stand firmly against white supremacist language and violence. As we said last week, our community will not waver in its support for those of any faith, race, gender, sexual orientation, background or identity. We understand this may be a difficult time for you and your classmates. Members of our on-call team began to provide individual support as soon as we learned of the incident. If you need support this evening, please reach out to your RA, who will connect you to additional resources as necessary. " > http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=59526 === Columbia is now a rat's arse of a University, and no white alumni should even think about giving them a donation, until they clean out their white-Haters
  8. McEwen Mining (MUX)

    MUX : Watching this with interest now it’s back at the lows. Whats knocking this Dr B, why the smack down? - Jerpy ===== MUX : 10yr : 4yr : 3yr : 12mo : Last $1.72 @ 12/11/18 / (since 7/2016): MUX-vs-GDXJ : MUX-vs-SPX : s I believe they are doing a fund-raising after a weak quarter... and there is likely to be some year-end tax selling now. I have some shares already. Far less than the GCM shares that I hold. Ratio to GCM ... is at Low for the year - but is still bit of a "falling knife" and looks headed to 75-76%, possibly lower if GCM breaks out Here's the MUX-to-GDXJ ratio: At about 8% could be a "cheap way into a GDXJ-type exposure" - if GDXJ flies, MUX could fly more If I add more, it will be through MUX Calls possibly. But I shall study it more first, because the relative weakness is not comforting And the stock has been called "overvalued" by some. We are probably seeing some "tax selling" now
  9. Ecosystem below Earth TWICE size of world’s oceans… 12/10/2018 The Earth is far more alive than previously thought, according to “deep life” studies that reveal a rich ecosystem beneath our feet that is almost twice the size of that found in all the world’s oceans. Despite extreme heat, no light, minuscule nutrition and intense pressure, scientists estimate this subterranean biosphere is teeming with between 15bn and 23bn tonnes of micro-organisms, hundreds of times the combined weight of every human on the planet. Researchers at the Deep Carbon Observatory say the diversity of underworld species bears comparison to the Amazon or the Galápagos Islands, but unlike those places the environment is still largely pristine because people have yet to probe most of the subsurface. “It’s like finding a whole new reservoir of life on Earth,” said Karen Lloyd, an associate professor at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. “We are discovering new types of life all the time. So much of life is within the Earth rather than on top of it.” The team combines 1,200 scientists from 52 countries in disciplines ranging from geology and microbiology to chemistry and physics. A year before the conclusion of their 10-year study, they will present an amalgamation of findings to date before the American Geophysical Union’s annual meeting opens this week. Samples were taken from boreholes more than 5km deep and undersea drilling sites to construct models of the ecosystem and estimate how much living carbon it might contain. The results suggest 70% of Earth’s bacteria and archaea exist in the subsurface, including barbed Altiarchaeales that live in sulphuric springs and Geogemma barossii, a single-celled organism found at 121C hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the sea. One organism found 2.5km below the surface has been buried for millions of years and may not rely at all on energy from the sun. Instead, the methanogen has found a way to create methane in this low energy environment, which it may not use to reproduce or divide, but to replace or repair broken parts. Lloyd said: “The strangest thing for me is that some organisms can exist for millennia. They are metabolically active but in stasis, with less energy than we thought possible of supporting life.” Rick Colwell, a microbial ecologist at Oregon State University, said the timescales of subterranean life were completely different. Some microorganisms have been alive for thousands of years, barely moving except with shifts in the tectonic plates, earthquakes or eruptions. > https://govtslaves.info/2018/12/10/ecosystem-below-earth-twice-size-of-worlds-oceans/
  10. Mysteries INSIDE the Earth & its Oceans Mysterious Underground Cave Network Found Beneath Shopping Building After Sinkhole Appeared By: unewsy Many people in Thanet, Kent, England have been shopping in Primark - which first opened in 2011 - with absolutely no idea that a network of secret war tunnels, potentially over a hundred years old, was untouched and hidden beneath the bargain boots and cut price clothing. Read more: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED | The History The US Government HOPES You Never Learn! http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/#ixzz5ZNxIJRDv
  11. Macron Announces Wage Hikes, Tax Cuts Amid “Economic, Social State Of Emergency” In his first public comments in more than a week, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday that his administration will show “no mercy” towards “Yellow Vest” protesters who have committed violence over the last four weeks of demonstrations across the country, while also announcing a series of economic measures in an attempt to restore calm. “When violence is unleashed, freedom ends,” said Macron – while acknowledging that there is a “deep anger” at the French government that is justified – yet which should not devolve into violence. Macron added that he shares some responsibility for the situation – which began as a climate change-linked fuel tax and quickly transformed into a general anti-government protest. To combat future violence, Macron will use “all means’ to restore calm, and has called for an “economic and social state of emergency,” according to AP. Economic relief Macron – whose approval rating is at an all time low, says he has asked his government to increase wages by 100 euros per month beginning in January as part of a series of new measures to be released in detail on Tuesday. He also announced that overtime hours won’t be subject to payroll tax, and that his administration will scrap a tax hike on poor and low-income retirees. Furthermore, Mcron asked companies to pay end-of-year bonuses which won’t be taxed, and will suspend a CSG levy on pensions below 2,000 euros per month. Macron also said that immigration “must be debated” as well, as anti-immigrant sentiment has spread throughout Europe. This weekend marked “Act IV” of the Yellow Vest protests, during which a staggering 1,939 people were arrested on Saturday across France – 1082 of them in Paris alone, including 52 women and 95 minors, while 264 people were injured in the anti-government protests which have seen widespread looting and violence. Most of the suspects were arrested for “acts of violence against a person in the custody of the public authority” , “possession of explosive products,” or “carrying weapons,” according to BFMTV. Developing… This article first appeared at Zero Hedge.
  12. Like your own people? Think Europeans made Western culture? Then you are "disturbing", and a school like Columbia may expel you. Read THIS... Columbia University also sent out this statement Sunday night: Dear Undergraduate Students, We write to you to unequivocally denounce a deeply disturbing racially charged incident involving Columbia undergraduates that took place in front of Butler Library and JJ’s Place early this morning. Many of you have heard about or seen the alarming footage online, which includes painful language directed toward students of color in our community. Although we cannot comment on the proceedings, this incident is already under investigation by the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, and we want to assure you that it will be investigated thoroughly, beginning with interviews of witnesses. We are alarmed at the rise of incidents of racism and hate speech in our world today. It is more important than ever that we continually demonstrate our core values and restate our commitment to a diverse, inclusive community on campus. At Columbia, we stand firmly against white supremacist language and violence. As we said last week, our community will not waver in its support for those of any faith, race, gender, sexual orientation, background or identity. We understand this may be a difficult time for you and your classmates. Members of our on-call team began to provide individual support as soon as we learned of the incident. If you need support this evening, please reach out to your RA, who will connect you to additional resources as necessary. All undergraduate students are invited to an open reflection space tomorrow night, Monday, December 10, 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Lerner Hall 505, hosted by Multicultural Affairs, for students to be in community with each other. Additional areas of support will be announced as we are able to plan. Our collective work toward peace, respect and understanding must continue, both within our community and society at large. Then watch the Video - how bad do you think it might be? > http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=59526
  13. Political Correctness Unleashed PC-Palooza! Comedian shares university’s contract demands for comedy night (and it COULD be the funniest part of the show) Konstantin Kisin @KonstantinKisin Plot twist: it's an UNPAID charity gig. Alex Tabarrok @ATabarrok Comedian asked to sign "no joking" contract. > https://twitchy.com/dougp-3137/2018/12/11/pc-palooza-comedian-shares-universitys-contract-demands-for-comedy-night-and-it-could-be-the-funniest-part-of-the-show/ Good gawd! These guys have no sense of humor
  14. Haven't we seen that... The Facts back them up Poll: 6-in-7 GOP Voters Say Minorities Receive Favorable Treatment over White Americans Midterm election polling analysis reveals deep divides between Democrat and Republican voters on the growing multicultural populations in the United States. Polling analysis from the Pew Research Center reveals that the overwhelming majority of Republican voters in the recent midterm elections, 85 percent, say the U.S. today favors minorities over white Americans. Only 11 percent of GOP voters said white Americans are favored over minority groups. On the opposite end of the political spectrum, 87 percent of Democrat voters in the midterm elections say white Americans are favored in the U.S. over minorities. Only 12 percent of Democrat voters say minorities are favored over white Americans today. The poll is an indication, again, of a Republican Party that is increasingly made up of a white working- and middle-class majority that feel disenfranchised due to country’s mass immigration policy of importing more than a million legal immigrants a year, while at the same time, having their jobs outsourced to foreign countries through the globalization of the country’s economy. Polling and the recent midterm elections show, yet again, little-to-no support for economic libertarianism with GOP voters overwhelmingly in support of President Donald Trump’s economic nationalism. For example, while the New York Times has complained that states with a white American majority pose “an array of problems,” the process known as “chain migration” — whereby newly naturalized citizens can bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives to the U.S. with them — has imported more than nine million foreign nationals since 2005. > https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/12/09/poll-6-7-gop-voters-minorities-favored/
  15. IS there any CHEAP TRICK that Comey and Hillary will not try? Comey Pleads The Hillary Memory Loss Defense
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