One of the wonders of YouTube is that the politically correct or the malintention agenda of the mainstream media can be circumvented. A case in point is black mobbing and the Knock Out Game. At worse, it is being called a myth or white hysteria by certain suspect media. At best, it is being misreported.
But there are no two ways around it, these assaults are cowardly black thug hate assaults against other races. The primary and frequently self-confessed motive is that it is a game or for fun. Rifling through the Knock Out victim’s pockets or purse is an after thought. There have been fatalities.
The mindless Potemkin Village algo assault on PoG at the Crimex was accompanied by an open-interest increase of 12,059 contracts. That should represent close to the amount of fresh managed-money naked shorts. My SWAG is that slinger once again is at record short exposure.
Meanwhile, Atlanta Fed has its second-quarter GDP tracking underway. The initial forecast for real GDP growth (seasonally adjusted annual rate) was 0.9 percent on April 30. That’s 2.5% lower than the Blue Chip consensus.
While watching Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake on international news channels making statements about the protests of police violence and riots in her city, I couldn’t help but notice a certain weirdness — a sort of agit-prop persona — about her.
After putting up posts about it, I’ve come to discover that she is a key player and stooge in Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing. The primary goal of this task force is nationalizing and a take over of local police departments. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is financing the takeover through grants for local-level anti-terrorism programs.
The following clip shows the courageous Wolfgang Halbig at the office of Gov. Malloy in the crime-syndicate cesspool of Hartford, Conn. Wolfgang asks the governor about who spoke to him “that something like this would play out in this state.” The Malloy clip, when he spoke on national TV, after Sandy Hook, is shown on the clip. In the exchange with Halbig he denies he said anything about being forewarned. Just another idiot? You decide.
The depth of the commodity crash is beyond anything that makes any sense. Sure, some of this can be explained by phony dollar strength. And, yes, commodities have regular, defined cycles of booms and busts caused by overproduction and scarcity. But this is a fluke, an outlier, as many commodities are not in oversupply and some sell below cost of production.
There is little in the pipeline, little new development and lots of depletion. In agriculture, we have a world faced with unprecedented drought. Yes, the China boom is over. But that’s not news anymore. One would think there was little demand there at all. And then there is the prospect of war, which the crazies are clamoring for. That kind of chaos will turn commodities higher on a dime.
“The propagandist’s purpose is to make one set of people forget that certain other sets of people are human.” — Aldous Huxley
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake commenting on her city’s protests, riots and looting following the funeral of Freddie Gray, stated Tuesday as her policy the stupid, unprincipled concept of giving “those who wished to destroy, space to do that” [at 0:25]. Thugs are enabled by policy to loot and burn the city? I am sorry but after considerable study of such events, false flags, etc., I am now extremely unforgiving of constant “slips of the tongue.”
Wow, what a well-said and rare comment today from Orioles Executive VP John Angelos, son of majority owner Peter Angelos. Doubt the control-grid mainstream media will be having this thoughtful white hat on the air:
“Speaking only for myself, I agree with your point that the principle of peaceful, non-violent protest and the observance of the rule of law is of utmost importance in any society. MLK, Gandhi, Mandela, and all great opposition leaders throughout history have always preached this precept. Further, it is critical that in any democracy investigation must be completed and due process must be honored before any government or police members are judged responsible.
Yes, Monday’s gold run was in part due to short covering. However, the open interest dropped 8,238 versus the 23,500 increase seen during last week’s attack, suggesting that about 2/3 of the fresh shorts are still present. A little unusual to see a ramp on options expiration.
The following chart quantifies the big JPM buildup of depository silver stocks. I posed the question of a big elephant bid in “Silver: The Environmental Commodity.” Now we have a candidate. The bankers participation report next week might offer more clues on the paper futures side of the equation.