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Secretive Globalist Group to Talk Trump, Riots, Migrants & Brexit



This article by Paul Joseph Watson on the InfoWars website shows how globalists are panicking over the populist revolution sweeping the West. The secretive Bilderberg Group is currently meeting in Germany to discuss how to handle this development. 

At the end of the article is a list of confirmed participants in this secret meeting, and I was surprised to see so many Americans on the list. We often picture the globalists as foreigners who seek to bring down the United States. While that may be true, we shouldn’t forget that there are many U.S. citizens with the same devious goal. Their loyalty isn’t to a particular nation, but to the supposed “global good.” National allegiances are secondary as they work together to achieve their schemes. As you read through the agenda, and then scroll through the list of attendees, you’ll see that this meeting is essentially a General Conference for the world's modern-day Gadiantons.

The secretive Bilderberg Group, which is set to meet in Dresden, Germany later this week, will discuss how to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president, the possibility of mass riots as a result of wealth inequality, the migrant crisis, as well as the United Kingdom’s vote on leaving the European Union.

The influential meeting of bankers, politicians, media heads and business moguls has released its official participant list and agenda for 2016.

As per usual, the list of topics to be discussed is extremely vague:
• Current events
• China
• Europe: migration, growth, reform, vision, unity
• Middle East
• Russia
• US political landscape, economy: growth, debt, reform
• Cyber security
• Geo-politics of energy and commodity prices
• Precariat and middle class
• Technological innovation


However, we can easily infer from the agenda and some of the names on the participant list what the group will be discussing in more detail.

The attendance of anti-Trump Senator Lindsey Graham is an obvious sign that Bilderberg will be scheming on how to prevent Trump from defeating Bilderberg’s chosen candidate – Hillary Clinton.

As we reported during last year’s conference, Bilderberg was confident that Clinton could shake off her GOP challengers, but Trump’s self-funded campaign and his public opposition to globalism and internationalist trade deals like NAFTA has shocked the Bilderberg elitists.

Bilderberg will obviously be discussing Brexit – Britain referendum vote to leave the EU – because it threatens the future of the European Union federal superstate that was the brainchild of Bilderberg in the first place.

The inclusion of “precariat and middle class” on the list also means that the powerful lobby group will be ruminating on how they can exploit and manage the inevitability of more riots and civil unrest in the west, a topic that elitists were also concerned about at the 2015 Davos Economic Summit.

“Precariat” describes those who are struggling to survive in today’s economy and who have no long-term wage security. Studies have shown that wealth inequality increases the likelihood of mass social disorder.

The flooding of Europe with third world migrants, a process which has driven European voters into the arms of nationalist parties that typically oppose Bilderberg’s wider agenda, will also be a key topic of discussion.

Other interesting names on the list include Richard Engel, NBC News’ chief foreign correspondent.

Normally, a semi-secret meeting of over 100 of the most powerful people on the planet would be a monumental news scoop, but don’t expect Engel to utter a word.

Bilderberg operates under Chatham House Rules, which means that none of the participants are able to reveal any comments made during the conference.


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Homeland Security Whistleblower: 10 Jarring Revelations



Over the years there has been discussions in the media about how the Obama Administration has sought to accommodate Islamism within the the federal government. This article by Ryan Mauro on the Clarion Project website gives startling information about how Islamist extremists have actually been shielded from prosecution, and federal agents have been required to delete vital information that may have stopped the Boston Marathon bombings and the terrorist attack in San Bernadino. Whistleblower Philip Haney’s new book blows the lid off many of these activities. He has faced criticism for revealing these facts, but he demonstrates that politicians from both sides of the aisle are complicit in suprressing the truth. This is a case of political correctness gone haywire, and our liberties are threatened as never before. As you read all ten of Haney’s revelations, you’ll be astounded at what is going on behind the scenes of the federal government.


A new book by Department of Homeland Security whistleblower Philip Haney, titled “See Something Say Nothing is filled with first-hand testimony that will make your mouth drop. 
If you read the Clarion Project, then you’re aware of how U.S. governments, Democrats and Republicans, have tried to accommodate Islamism and political correctness. This book shows that it’s even worse than we thought.

A little background: Haney’s research on Islamist movements—rather than a narrow focus on membership in proscribed terrorist organizations derived from such movements—won the respect of his peers, many of whom are quoted in the book.

Haney was commended for identifying over 300 possible terrorist suspects and working on important and complex counter-terrorism cases. He and 10 colleagues were honored by a FBI Special Agent-in-Charge for proactively contributing to 98 FBI investigations, identifying 67 individuals engaged in suspicion activity who were previously known to the Joint Terrorism Task Force and identifying 24 persons of interest.

He developed a database of 185 Islamist terrorist groups in 81 countries and associated Islamist movements, believing that we need to “connect the dots” between the movements and radicalization, instead of only “connecting the dots” between individual jihadist operatives.

Here are 10 jarring revelations from DHS whistleblower Philip Haney’s new book:

1. Investigations into Islamist movements like the Tablighi Jamaat and Muslim Brotherhood were stopped by the federal government in the name of religious liberties.

The National Targeting Center investigation into the Tablighi Jamaat networks resulted in over 1,200 law enforcement actions, such as denial of visas to Jamaat members who wanted to enter the country. Then the State Department Civil Rights Division intervened.

“We know that members of the Tablighi Jamaat are fundamentalists, but they’re not terrorists,” Haney recalls a State Department representative informing him and his colleagues.

They informed the State Department official that its own consular officers were rejected three out of four Tablighi Jamaat-affiliated visa applications because of security concerns. That soon came to an end.

The same story happened with the Muslim Brotherhood, despite the fact that the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas are an intertwined network, as shown by the Justice Department in the trial of a Brotherhood front (Holy Land Foundation) for financing Hamas.

2. The hard work of the investigations was not only stopped; it was thrown out. Haney was ordered to delete over 800 records related to Islamist extremists.

Haney calls it the “great purge” and counter-terrorism personnel unconnected to him have also talked about databases related to Islamist extremist movements being cleansed.
Thanks to the DHS Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, a narrow focus on illegal activity in support of banned terrorist organizations took hold. The DHS deemed that data collection related to permitted Islamist movements like Tablighi Jamaat and Muslim Brotherhood is a threat to religious freedom and must be deleted in order to prevent profiling.

3. The deleted files may have prevented the “underwear” bomb plot, the Boston bombings and the San Bernardino attacks.

Haney’s story, along with copious amounts of other evidence, proves the worthiness of targeting the “radicalizer” (Islamist movements) and not just the radicalized (the jihadist terrorist). Underwear bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Tsarnaev brothers, and San Bernardino shooters Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik all associated with Islamist movements and institutions that were investigated by Haney and his colleagues. Had they continued, it is likely that they would have been denied visas into the U.S. and/or been put under surveillance. He was exonerated each time.

Click here to read the additional seven revelations.


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Obama, Pentagon ‘Dangerously’ Miscalculating China’s Military Goals and Capabilities



We have been monitoring the developing events in the South China Sea for several months. I believe we’ve made it clear that China’s methodical construction of man-made islands there are for military purposes that will potentially bring war to the region. This article by Carlo Munoz of the Washington Times supports that assessment. Pentagon officials apparently believe China would never risk damaging its relationship with America over the dispute, but as the article points out, that assessment is wrong. It is time for U.S. military leaders to acknowledge that the Chinese have strengthened their military over the past five years with an eye on expansion, not self-defense. There are larger global ambitions in play here, and America will likely find itself on the short end of the stick if our military leaders don’t wake up and recognize China’s true intentions.


As Washington and Beijing spar in a dangerous game of one-upmanship to determine who will control the strategically critical waterways of the South China Sea, some defense observers and regional analysts worry that the U.S. effort will prove an exercise in futility in the long term against the full weight of China’s growing military and economic prowess.

China’s strategy of slowly but methodically building up military installations in the Spratly Islands, the Scarborough Shoal, the Fiery Cross Reef and other strategic points within the sea, coupled with Beijing’s increasingly assertive territorial claims, has elevated tensions in Washington and unsettled U.S. allies in the region.

The White House and Pentagon have taken solace in the fact that China’s military ambitions have been tempered by its commercial interests, according to a Defense Department review of the country’s strategic footprint in the Asia-Pacific region.

China still seeks to avoid direct and explicit conflict with the United States,” Pentagon analysts concluded in a report issued in April. “China’s leaders understand that instability or conflict would jeopardize the peaceful external environment that has enabled China’s economic development.”

But some warn that Pentagon strategists are making a serious miscalculation of China’s military goals and capabilities, as well as of American preparedness to curb those ambitions, by relying on the belief that the country’s economic needs will prove a durable bulwark against military action in Asia.

“We believed that American aid to a fragile China whose leaders thought like us would help China become a democratic and peaceful power without ambitions of regional or even global dominance,” said Michael Pillsbury, director of the Hudson Institute’s Center for Chinese Strategy. “Every one of the assumptions behind that belief was wrong — dangerously so.

China has taken a number of steps “to send messages to the rest of the world” about its willingness to defend its interests, said Dean Cheng, senior research fellow at The Heritage Foundation’s Asian Studies Center. Among those messages: that Beijing is “inflexible” in defending its South China Sea claims and that it has embarked on “major military reforms which will make it a much more capable opponent.

Even the Defense Department analysts noted that China is “focused on developing the capabilities they deem necessary to deter or defeat adversary power projection and counter third-party—including U.S.—intervention during a crisis or conflict,” the April report states.

Over the long term, “China’s military modernization is producing capabilities that have the potential to reduce core U.S. military technological advantages,” according to the Pentagon.

The trends are not favorable: A Center for Strategic and International Studies report this year mandated by Congress concluded that China will have so many aircraft carriers in the area within 15 years that the sea will be “virtually a Chinese lake, as the Caribbean or the Gulf of Mexico is for the United States today.”

This cat-and-mouse game between China and the U.S. and its allies boiled over recently when Beijing scrambled a team of fighter jets to track a U.S. warship as it sailed by a disputed patch of land in the heart of the South China Sea.

While such incidents in the past raised the hackles of military leaders in Beijing and Washington, most were resolved quietly through diplomatic channels. But the Chinese response to the U.S. ship’s traverse through the Fiery Cross was particularly sharp.

That response could signal China’s determination to dominate the open seas as its shoreline becomes increasingly backed by military force, the head of U.S. Pacific Command told Congress.

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Russia Deploys Troops Westward as Standoff with NATO Deepens



After simmering for a couple of years, the conflict involving Ukraine is picking up steam again as NATO deploys troops in the region. In response, Russia is constructing military sites in Russian towns along the border. This article by Anton Zverev of Reuters shares that Vladimir Putin is using this situation as a chance to send thousands of soldiers and large numbers of military vehicles into the region. In many ways, the Cold War has been reignited. The Berlin Wall is gone, but Russia is attempting to re-install the Iron Curtain—and possibly expand it while the opportunity is there. A tough stance right now is crucial in deterring Russia from expanding its territory. NATO’s response to Russia’s actions will define the future of Europe.


Russia is building an army base near its border with Ukraine, the latest in a chain of new military sites along what the Kremlin sees as its frontline in a growing confrontation with NATO.

While there have been no clashes between the former Cold War rivals, Russia is building up forces on its western frontiers at a time when the NATO alliance is staging major military exercises and increasing deployments on its eastern flank.

A Reuters reporter who visited the Russian town of Klintsy, about 50 km (30 miles) from Ukraine, saw a makeshift army camp, large numbers of newly-arrived servicemen and military vehicles.

Two soldiers in camouflage gear who were manning a checkpoint in a forest turned the reporter away, saying they were guarding a "special military site".

Last year, Reuters also reported on construction of two other bases further to the south on Russia's border with Ukraine.

The defense ministry has not acknowledged the deployment of troops to Klintsy, which usually serves as a stop for truck drivers traveling between Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. 
However, a town council official said Klintsy had been chosen as the site of a newly-formed division, and that so far about 240 soldiers had arrived. "What's to hide? That they've come? They've arrived," said council deputy chairman Oleg Kletny. "They're going to be garrisoned here."

When completed, the base will be the latest component in a build-up of forces along a line running from the Baltic Sea in the north to the Black Sea in the south.

On the western side of the line, NATO has been rotating troops and equipment in greater numbers to members states that were part of the Soviet-led Warsaw Pact during the Cold War.

The Western alliance, which says it's responding to Russian military intervention in Ukraine, was this week staging one of its biggest exercises in eastern Europe since the end of the Cold War. 

To the east, Russia is building up its own forces, saying it needs to protect itself from NATO's eastward advance.

Each side says it is only responding to steps taken by the other, but the build-up risks locking NATO and Russia into a spiral of measure and counter-measure from which it will be difficult to escape.

Russia and NATO member states share borders around the Baltic Sea, while further south the two blocs are separated by Ukraine and Belarus.

But since Ukraine's pro-Moscow president was ousted in a popular uprising two years ago and replaced with a Western-leaning administration, the perception in Moscow is that Ukraine has become, de facto, a NATO satellite.

Russia has pulled out of the treaty on Conventional Forces in Europe, a post-Cold War pact that limits the deployment of troops in Europe, so it is free to move extra troops and hardware to its western border.


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Labor Conditions, M3, Trade Deficit and Revisions, Construction Spending
June 5, 2016
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As Happy Economic Data Evaporate, Chances for an FOMC Rate Hike and Perpetual Fed Propping of the Dollar and Stocks Will Diminish

Net of Downside Revisions to April, May Payrolls fell by 50,000 (-50,000), by More than the 35,000 Striking Telecommunication Workers; Full-Time Employment Dropped by 59,000 (-59,000)

May 2016 Unemployment Rates Diverged: U.3 Fell from 5.0% to 4.7%, but U.6 Held at 9.7% and the ShadowStats-Alternate Rate Rose from 22.9% to 23.0%

Plunge in the Headline Unemployment Rate Came from Unemployed Leaving the Labor Force, Not from Finding Jobs

The Labor-Force Participation-Rate Measure Favored by Fed Chair Yellen Shifted Negatively to 62.6% in May, from 62.8% in April

Despite Collapsing April 2016 Real Construction Spending, Broad Activity Continued in Low-Level, Stagnating Non-Recovery

Commerce Department Moved to Reduce the Trade Deficit and to Boost the Headline Economy by Redefining and Gussying-Up the Trade Surplus in the Otherwise Fluffy-Services Sector

Hard Detail from the Real Merchandise Trade Sector Showed a Deeper Deficit and Weaker Economy in Revision

Annual M3 Growth Jumped to 4.2% in May 2016, from 3.9% in April; M2 Jumped to 6.8% from 6.4%; M1 Surged to 8.7% from 6.2%

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Japan’s Prime Minister Warns of Lehman-Magnitude Crisis 
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articl...conomic-crisis



This article by Isabel Reynolds on the Bloomberg website gives a report of the recent G7 meeting where world leaders discussed global issues. I appreciate that the Japanese prime minister had the courage to actually admit a major financial problem is looming on the horizon. The economic data that Prime Minister Abe presented concerning a drop in commodity prices correlates with the gloomy news in the charts above. It is interesting to read the quotes from other leaders, though, who don’t seem overly concerned. Will the other global leaders heed Prime Minister Abe’s warning and try to make corrections before it is too late, or will they continue on their current course?

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe presented documents to his fellow Group of Seven leaders Thursday that he said indicated a risk of the world economy falling into a crisis on the scale of the 2008 Lehman shock if appropriate policy measures weren’t taken.

Abe presented documents showing that commodity prices had fallen by 55 percent between 2014 and January 2016, similar to the margin by which they fell in 2008-2009, among other data. The presentation at the summit in Mie Prefecture in central Japan could play into domestic economic policy, as Abe has frequently said that he would proceed with a planned increase in the sales tax in April 2017 unless there is an event on the scale of the Lehman shock or a major earthquake.

Abe told reporters later that the leaders had a "full debate" on economic issues. "We agreed on the perception that we are facing serious risks, that the world economy is facing serious risks,” he said.

Still, Abe also has convened economic advisory panels where calls for a delay were aired. The narrative among a number of Abe advisers and Japan economists for months has been that the prime minister would use his leadership of the G-7 this year to help shape a decision to put off the boost in the sales tax, which led to a recession when it was raised in 2014.
“Abe is indicating a postponement of a sales-tax hike by using the word Lehman,” said Kyohei Morita, chief Japan economist at Barclays Plc. “He is using the meeting to convey his concerns on Japan’s economy to Japanese households.

Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Hiroshige Seko cited Abe as telling his fellow leaders that he was not pessimistic about the world economy, but that the G-7 must not turn their eyes away from the risks. If the policy response is wrong, leaders must be aware that there is a risk the world economy will fall into a crisis beyond the usual economic cycle, Seko quoted Abe as saying.

Katsuya Okada, leader of Japan’s main opposition Democratic Party, said he struggled to understand what Abe was saying, Kyodo news reported, citing his comments at party headquarters.
“Many leaders saw the situation in emerging economies as extremely difficult,” Seko said. “On the other hand, there was some doubt about Prime Minister Abe’s reference to a high risk of a crisis.”

German Chancellor Angela Merkel told reporters Thursday that while there was a certain amount of stable growth, "there were also weaknesses among emerging economies -- and a full array of risks."

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Is the Fed Outright Buying Stocks/Futures to Prop Up the Markets?
https://www.google.com/search?q=feb+...YoI4ws0JG7M%3A




This article on the Zero Hedge website mostly contains charts with some text, but the graphs speak for themselves. Something out of the ordinary is occurring with the stock market. I have speculated in previous issues of this newsletter that “someone” was keeping the stock market from crashing, and an evaluation of these charts seems to reveal a definite pattern.


These charts easily refute President Obama’s theory that the economy is doing well on its own. The nation’s businesses added a surprisingly low 38,000 jobs in May, and many aspects of the economy are stagnant. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen admitted that the dismal jobs report was “concerning.” My concern is that someday soon whoever is propping up the stock market is going to stop doing so, and Americans will be in for a devastating shock.


“Someone” is getting desperate.

Throughout the last week, anytime stocks have begun to correct or drop, “someone” has bought S&P 500 futures to prop the market up.

Anyone who’s been involved with the markets for a while knows the difference between real buyers and manipulation. This is manipulation plain and simple.

Look at all those “V” rallies. Three days in a row stocks opened DOWN and someone immediately stepped in and began buying aggressively.

Another tell-tale sign of manipulation: the buying halts almost the moment stocks get to 2,100 on the S&P 500. At this point the manipulation ends. And because there are few REAL investors buying stocks at these levels, the market immediately retreats.

Could it be that the Fed or Plunge Protection Team is aware that earnings are collapsing… signaling that this stock market bubble is ready to burst? Or that the US economy fell off a cliff a few months ago? We're now almost assuredly in a recession.

Indeed, the number of data points that are "the worst since 2008-2009" is staggering...
This whole mess feels just like the end of 2007/ beginning of 2008.

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Heated Election, Violent Protests Creating a Challenge for Secret Service Agents
http://kval.com/news/election/heated...service-agents



The final presidential election primaries and caucuses wrapped on June 7th, and Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton collected more than enough delegates to become the “presumptive nominees” of their respective parties. It would be nice if we can take a short break from the rhetoric before the national political conventions in late July, but I’m not counting on it. As this article by Jeff Barnd of the Sinclari Broadcast Group shows, the increase in violence this year at supposedly benign campaign rallies has the Secret Service agents worried. They anticipate larger protests and riots as the presidential campaign proceeds. 


American voters and pundits say they've never seen a presidential campaign quite like this.
With five months to go before the general election, violence is breaking out at an alarming rate at presidential campaign rallies.
Dr. Tyrone Powers and Dan Bongino are two Secret Service experts who say that when it comes to safety, this presidential race is already taxing those men and women protecting the candidates.
The right to free speech became a free-for-all before a Donald Trump rally in San Jose, California, on June 2. Police in full riot gear advanced on angry protestors and broke up street fights. Hats and flags were set on fire. One woman was pelted by eggs. Several arrests were made.
"It's a major drain on Secret Service manpower," said Dr. Powers. "Everyone is being called in to deal with the different types of threats they're facing.”
The Secret Service has already dealt with several threats on the 2016 campaign trail.
In March, agents surrounded Donald Trump after a man rushed his podium.
On June 2, a man was yanked offstage at a Bernie Sanders rally while Secret Service members had to protect the Democratic presidential hopeful for the second time in a week.
"I mean, they were always prepared for someone storming the stage obviously." said Dan Bongino; a former Secret Service agent for 12 years. "But it's a different level of attention when it's happening on a regular basis. This is the United States of America, this isn't Venezuela."
Experts say already several disruptions have caused the Secret Service to rely on other agencies like the FBI and U.S. Marshals Service to investigate law-breakers. All this while they still have to protect the president, scan for weapons at rallies and be one step ahead of terrorist attacks.
"I'm not suggesting they can't handle this," Bongino commented. "I'm just suggesting it's an ugly nightmare ongoing for the Secret Service."
As the summer quickly approaches and the Democratic and Republican conventions play out next month in Philadelphia and Cleveland, experts say they expect a combustible atmosphere as passions and rhetoric heat up.
"Everyone involved in the protection of these particular people are certainly worried that violence could increase as we move closer to those dates," said Powers.

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