30 November 2016

Europe Edges Closer to War

Larry’s Morning Commentary - Europe Edges Closer to War:

After Turkey’s application to join the European Union was put on hold last week, the Turkish government under prime Minister Binali Yildirim and President Tayyip Erdogan has threatened retribution upon the European Union by “opening the floodgates” of migrating immigrants who mostly must pass through Turkey in order to reach Europe. In dispute is Turkey’s contention that the European Union has failed to honor its promise to grant Turkish citizens visa-free access to the EU as well as monetary rewards to the Turkish government in exchange for Turkey accepting migrants. In addition, Turkey was also in the process of application for EU membership, but this process was put on hold with the EU citing human rights violations by the Turkish government in the continuing aftermath of a coup that was attempted early this year. The Turkish government has expressed very strong displeasure with the EU as a result, and is now threatening to ship as many as 3,000 immigrants a day through Turkey and on to Greece, primarily by sea. Altogether, the Turkish government has threatened to send as many as 3 million migrants if EU membership negotiations are not quickly resumed.

This comes at a time when the European Union is currently reeling in financial woes. Many European banks are perilously close to insolvency, and this is particularly true in Greece. Since Turkey has threatened to export migrants to Greek soil, Greece has expressed grave concerns and argued that such actions must be interpreted as an act of war. Otherwise, as the Greek government has correctly observed, the financial and social strain that would be created from new waves of mass immigration will essentially assure the collapse of the country, which would then start a chain reaction as banks who have lending huge sums of money to Greece will once again have to deal with a renewed Greek debt crisis. Only this time, a bailout will clearly not be enough as a humanitarian crisis due to an overflow of migrants will hit the Eurozone as well.
As it now stands, many countries in Eastern Europe have continued to erect walls to prevent further migration of asylum seekers into their countries. These walls have helped to drive immigrants away from Eastern Europe, allowing their respective countries to avoid the unrest, violence, crime and unemployment that has created dangerous tensions in countries such as Germany and Sweden. However, many of these countries have covertly hatched a plan to rapidly wall off the northern border of Turkey in the event that Turkey makes good on its threats. These countries would include Bulgaria, Macedonia, Croatia and Serbia, and potentially others. Clearly, a greater crisis is brewing in Europe. I expect greater strength in the US dollar as a result.

14 November 2016

Blocks Of Anti-Trump Protest Buses Caught On Tape | Zero Hedge

Blocks Of Anti-Trump Protest Buses Caught On Tape | Zero Hedge

Earlier today we showed that, contrary to USA Today's claims that the anti-Trump protests across the nation are "spontaneous, involving people from all walks of life", according to Wikileaks documents at least two of the people profiled by USA Today have a history of being professional agitators for the Democratic party, whose task is to stir up popular protests and - in extreme cases - unleash rioting, such as the following clip showing the latest day of violent protests in Portland revealed.
Now, courtesy of a Zero Hedge reader, we have visual confirmation of how a substantial portion of these professional, paid protesters arrive at the site of the protest, in this case Chicago. 
As our reader notes, "I have a video of 5 city blocks on the West side of Chicago lined with busses from Wisconsin (Badger Bus Lines) bringing in protestors. The Sears tower is visible in the background."
The video was taken at 3:30pm on South Canal Street in Chicago on Saturday. As our reader points out, hundreds of the participants that took part in the downtown Chicago protests from November 12 were bused in using these vehicles. Other arrived by train.

10 November 2016

Using a drone to catch a monster bass! EPIC!!!

Coulter: Trump Victory Boils Down To "Globalism vs. Nationality" | Video | RealClearPolitics

Coulter: Trump Victory Boils Down To "Globalism vs. Nationality" | Video | RealClearPolitics

Bestselling author and early Trump advocate Ann Coulter appeared on 'Good Morning Britain' shortly after the Republican candidate officially won the presidency.

"It was entirely predictable, that's why lots of us did predict it," she said about Trump's victory.

"It is all part of the same thing," Coulter said about the issues Trump won on: Jobs, economy, immigration, and trade.

"That is globalism vs. nationality."

She continued: "Part of the trade deals are very important. We've lost our-- the number of manufacturing jobs has been halved in the past 20 years. People don't know in this beautiful city. They don't know in San Francisco. Or Washington or L.A. Go out to America. These people used to have great jobs and their kids could look forward to futures better than theirs. Now, it is good for Wall Street, because they get to arrange the international deals, but it is terrible for the people who live here. And dumping millions of unskilled workers on the country: Look at how awful it has been for the African-American community in this country. Trump is going to change the country."