I have agreed to contribute my articles to a new site. It is called fortuitously The New Nationalist (TNN), a name which was incredibly there for the taking, good karma. The NewNationalist.net focuses on my issues, as well as nationalist and Third Position politics.
The site is better organized, has topics neatly archived for user-friendly, easy searches and access. I love the look and format. The Disqus comment format is used. The proprietors have stronger website skills than I do, plus they bring to the table excellent material in their own right. This is perfect for me, and I invite you to bookmark, follow and explore the site.
Winter Watch (WinterActionables.com) will revert back to a subscriber-only website focusing on markets and investments. The archive will stay online here, but the more important articles will be republished over time at TNN.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Walk around any city street or most establishments in the world and you will see CCTV surveillance cameras everywhere. Try looking sometime. But in the world of false flags and hoaxes, apparently surveillance cameras simply don’t exist. And if we get anything from one, it will be a still shot taken from CCTV. In those rare instances when rolling CCTV cameras are presented, the critical footage is stopped or edited out. Why is that exactly? The Orlando Pulse “shooting” is no exception. This and the “1963 Dealey Plaza” film quality is one of my main tells for calling out hoaxes.
I have a feeling an agenda and further anomalies involving the Orlando incident is imminent based on observations during the first 24 hours. Here’s just some of what’s notable.
The following is a news chopper fly-over photo as the siege played out. There was said to be 320 people in Pulse nightclub at the time of incident, which included 30 hostages, 50 dead and 53 wounded. So where are all of their vehicles? Wouldn’t you expect to see a full parking lot with that sort of club crowd? 24 hours after the incident, the names of only fifteen dead have been released.
Even with a monstrous bond bubble totaling $10 trillion in negative rates, gold has been stymied and held to a $1,200-$1,300 range. As we move once more toward the higher end, we can see the aggressive commercials shorting and hedging into spec demand.
Escape from NIRP: Is the End of That Hairbrained Scheme Near?
The global bond markets are so distorted by NIRP that Japan’s largest bank, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, is preparing to give up its primary dealer role in the negative-return JGB market. What little liquidity there is in that bizarre market will evaporate further.
Commerzbank — one of Germany’s largest lenders — is mulling the possibility of hoarding billions of euros in vaults as average German bund yields go negative. All very telling, all very unsustainable.