What Western Elites and the "Gaystapo" Have in Common: Self-Destructive, Suicidal Arrogance

167
Fri, Apr 4, 2014 - 5:35pm

In case you hadn't heard, Firefox CEO Brendan Eich resigned over pressure from...get this...a dating website. The problem? Years ago, he donated to Proposition 8 in California, which defined marriage as being between a man and a woman. Proposition 8 passed in California, despite the Left Coast's reputation for being a pro-gay paradise.

So for having a mainstream view, this man was targeted, attacked, and ousted from his job - all thanks to the "Gaystapo."

I first heard the term "Gaystapo" from Kevin DuJan, a former Hillary Clinton campaign volunteer who turned conservative...and oh, by the way, he is gay, Catholic, and has publicly stated his opposition to gay marriage. "Gaystapo" refers to a certain extremist segment of the gay rights movement that not only wants equality under the law, but demands thought compliance from everyone about homosexuality. If you are not 100% behind gay marriage, you are to be shunned, ridiculed, driven from your job, and made a persona non grata.

(Kevin DuJan is a great example of the true diversity of America. He can't be segmented into a marketing demographic. He doesn't kowtow to group-think. And for that, he's been the target of much heavy criticism from certain folks in the gay community, who find his independence of thought threatening.)

I lived in California in 2008, and I was able to vote on Proposition 8. For the record, I voted against the proposition, in favor of a more libertarian position on gay marriage. Behind me, in the line at the voting place, was a nice Hispanic man who was having trouble understanding the wording of Proposition 8 on the ballot. He asked for my help.

I told him: "This proposition is about gay marriage. If you vote for it, you are voting for traditional marriage between a man and a woman. If you vote against it, you are voting in favor of gay marriage."

"Oh no no no, gay marriage?? I am not for that!!" he said. "Thank you!"

I knew he was canceling out my vote, but I had enough respect for him to tell him the truth and not lie to him about what was on the ballot.

Sadly, this respect is sorely lacking among the "Gaystapo." My first, direct encounter with them was when a good friend of mine was targeted by them. This friend, like Brendan Eich, had donated to Proposition 8 due to being a Catholic. My friend worked for a very large entertainment company in a management position. Personal information, including the amount of the Proposition 8 donation, was passed around to gay rights activists, who proceeded to contact the company in an attempt to get my friend fired.

Fortunately, the company declined to act.

My friend forwarded one of these blacklist emails to me. I wrote the guy and lambasted him for presuming my friend was homophobic, when, in fact, my friend was in favor of civil unions and we had mutual gay friends. That did not matter to this guy, who wrote me back telling me that anyone who supported Proposition 8 needed to be punished.

My friend was lucky - no job was lost. Additionally, Proposition 8 opponents actually went so far as to publish maps with the home addresses of many donors to Proposition 8 - an invasion of privacy my friend fortunately did not have to suffer.

I bring up this personal example to highlight the mindset of people who are so hell-bent on achieving their agenda that they don't care who they hurt along the way.

Make no mistake - this outrage over opposition to gay marriage is a symptom of a much greater problem, and that is the dark side of human nature. In the course of history, certain people with certain personality types gravitate to whatever issue they can most beat other people over the head about. These people, in a word, are the Control Freaks.

The Control Freaks transcend gender, race, and sexual orientation. They transcend party affiliation or political labels. (Remember the Dixie Chicks record burning?)

And the worst part of it all: The Control Freaks are currently running China, the E.U., and America right now.

The same mindset that leads a bleeding heart to want to destroy someone's life in the pursuit of their grand vision is the same mindset that leads to destruction on a world scale. The whole reason we are in this mess in the Ukraine is because Control Freaks in the West decided they needed to put in a soft puppet more friendly to their side. In response, the Control Freaks in Russia are now putting their chess pieces into place to wrest power back.

Waiting in the wings is the grandfather of all control freak countries, China, the remaining Communist superpower that is just biding its time until it calmly collects its chips.

China, by the way, is planning on launching satellites to watch over the entire planet. If you think the NSA was bad, just wait until China gets its fat, grubby hands on the planetary steering wheel. As much as the idea of a Western New World Order scares me, the idea of the ruthless Chinese Communists running everything scares me more.

So here's one of the big problems with agenda-driven Control Freaks - besides the fact that they tend to be insufferable and annoying - they always push too hard. They get so caught up in their lust for power and domination, and they are so convinced they are right, that they think they can just steamroll over everybody without consequence.

Watch carefully and see how things play out in the gay rights culture wars. We've got a number of scenarios that might develop, if the intensity of the blacklisting and thought control keeps ramping up:


Scenario 1: The "Gaystapo" literally become that, and are given power by the government to enforce "proper" beliefs about homosexuality. Religious freedom is suppressed, free speech is curtailed, and in the most extreme nightmare scenario, people will be jailed or sent to re-education camps for not complying.

Hey, now that science is figuring out how to read people's minds, maybe they will start institutionalizing you for thinking the wrong things!

If you think this is far-fetched, then I urge you to look at the results of the "hate speech" laws in Europe. A pastor cannot preach against homosexuality without threat of arrest (and some have been jailed).

Scenario 2: Possibly in concert with Scenario 1, people end up getting tired of being pushed around and start fighting back. The backlash at its worst could end up being quite violent and nasty, and any of the "gains" made by the gay rights movement will be rolled back or nullified. Expect to see an increase in violence against gay people, more discrimination against gays, and more anti-homosexual laws in countries.

This is already happening, not just with Russia's new laws against homosexual "propaganda" but in more draconian laws in other countries. In America, gay bashing incidents have been apparently on the upswing - but not by whites in Southern states, by minorities in New York City.

(Here's what I find ironic: Gay marriage is mostly a white liberal issue. They think that when enough white conservatives "die out" they will win. Except, white liberals keep working to bring in more Hispanic immigrants, who tend to be much more socially conservative. This is why Proposition 8 passed in the first place! Doh!)

Ultimately, I find the tactic of the gay rights extremists to be in the long run extremely self-defeating. It only creates more ill will and anger. You know it's getting to be bad when even outspoken gay columnist Andrew Sullivan takes them to task for their excessive behavior.

But that won't matter to the agenda-driven person. That type of person never seems to get the message. They just double down.

So, it is perhaps not a surprise that this same suicidal, destructive arrogance is now controlling our so-called leaders.

Do they really think it is a good idea to keep poking at Russia? Do they honestly think that if they get the World War they seem to so desperately want, that they will come out on top? Have they not figured out that China pretty much owns America (due to all our debt)?

But hey, we Americans will let them continue on with their suicide course, because we are too busy getting up in arms over the personal beliefs of the Firefox guy who created JavaScript. (But hey, we need our JavaScript so we'll keep using that, won't we?)

So while the Gaystapo is busy bullying everyone in sight, the elite are free to go ahead and lie and cheat and pillage. Eventually things are going to blow up in everyone's face if we don't get our priorities straight (no pun intended). If China ends up owning us, and positive depictions of homosexuals are erased from the controlled media (like they are now in China), don't say I didn't warn you.

Stephanie blogs sporadically at a number of websites, including Freeople and Free Thinking Christianity.

About the Author

  167 Comments

Magpie
Apr 5, 2014 - 12:58am

I need help

I don't want to use Chrome or IE, and now I want to dump Mozilla. Anyone have a recommendation? Anyone using Opera or Safari for Windows? I went to CNET to look at the reviews, and there really aren't that many choices.

Dagney Taggart
Apr 5, 2014 - 1:12am

About Firefox

We will continue to use the browser on all of our office computers and my personal one unless something better comes along. The present version will be the one we continue to use as subsequent versions will in all likelihood have backdoors and other such tools of paranoid nut statists.

Every boat that sails on or after 10 April is probably a deathtrap. Sides are chosen and it will become dangerous to freely warn others soon.

PS. Magpie, we're using pre-version 28 of Firefox. Don't be evil (says Google).

erewenguy
Apr 5, 2014 - 2:12am

Speaking of control-freak psychopaths...

Wow, I hate to disrupt this thread to talk about metals, so don't be h8in on me...

Newport Beach Precious Metals Dealer Facing Secret Service Probe

"A Newport Beach man is owed $1 million and a San Clemente man is owed nearly $319,000, according to a bankruptcy filing.

Posted by Penny Arévalo (Editor) , April 03, 2014 at 10:33 PM

Tulving Co. filed the Chapter 11 bankruptcy claim March 10, claiming $1 million to $10 million in liabilities to up to 49 creditors...

Tulving filed a "skeletal" bankruptcy claim because attorneys have been having trouble accessing the company's records, which have been seized by federal authorities, Marshall said.

Tulving's customers would wire him cash and he would mail them silver or gold coins, Marshall said.

"He was taking orders from people all the way up to the Friday he closed the doors and declared bankruptcy," Marshall said."

https://newportbeach.patch.com/groups/police-and-fire/p/newport-beach-precious-metals-dealer-facing-secret-service-probe

I guess his customers should have bought paper gold instead

gold slut
Apr 5, 2014 - 4:59am

Funny old world.

Woke up today, and as usual on a Saturday morning, settled down with a cup of coffee to a relaxing read of the latest article on TF Metals Report (heaven!)

It was all about gay marriage etc.

Could totally off-topic threads like this be posted on the relevant forum?

May be I should check out a knitting website to get some info about silver smelting or 'Electronics Today' for a beef pie recipe???

If I were a newcomer visiting for the first time, what I have been reading would not be the best advert that TFMR could have.

HeirHelmut
Apr 5, 2014 - 5:33am

@Turd

How can it be anti-semitic if a JEW talks about the destruction of the white race?

And if White people share this information?

You are turning things upside down!

And if an article about gay-perversity is posted and "control-freaks" are claimed to be behind it, which is only half of the truth, why do you censor factual information, instead of defending it?

If the topic of White genocide is too hot for you, then you should stay away from topics like gay-marriage, because they are deeply connected and have the same source.

Billionaire George Soros behind major push for marijuana legalization

https://rt.com/usa/soros-mpp-times-marijuana-189/

Always the same evil force.

And last but not least: you should not complain that the right of free speech is more and more eroded by political "correctness". It are people like you, who censor FACTUAL postings, that help TPTB to destroy it.

You have censored my posting although it contained only facts and you did not even try to refute these arguments, you just call it BS and delete it.

Hammer
Apr 5, 2014 - 6:56am

Weekend funny ?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLfFKJFV0Yc

"We are the cosmic equivalent of a fucking cul-de-sac..." lmfao

I Run Bartertown
Apr 5, 2014 - 7:47am

I'm reminded of a quote

but I can't remember the source and I can only paraphrase.

'If I tell you that you are controlled by a malevolent group of people who control your money, your society, and your very perceptions, you will call me a liberal and a reformer.

If I tell you who they are, you will call me a Nazi.'

Internet (over-represented from 9 times - 900% to 50 times - 5000%)

Media (over-represented from 3050% to 4250%)

Banking (over-represented from 1650% to 3900%)

Government (over-represented from 700% to 4100%)

Globalism (over-represented from 2800% to 212 times - 21,200%)

Society (over-represented from 2200% to 5000%)

https://thezog.info/

vonburpenstein
Apr 5, 2014 - 8:34am

who controls?

Looks like a bunch o honkies to me...lol

That's ray sist!

Mr. Fix
Apr 5, 2014 - 9:07am

This 16 min. segment of Rush Limbaugh is right on topic:

It's really not about group writes, it has everything to do with the destruction of our society. It has already happened many times in history, and it is happening to the United States now.

Even if you think (like I do) that Rush is just “controlled opposition”, this particular segment from yesterday's show pretty much nails it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nS8ziNFtr88

Urban Roman
Apr 5, 2014 - 9:22am

Who contols Mozilla?

stephanie, I wasn't going to comment on this thread, but, putting on my tinfoil hat...

You know the stated reason, the alleged gaybashing or whatevs... it doesn't even make sense. You didin't need a 1,000 word essay to discern that it doesn't make sense. Like Benghazi, which wasn't attacked because of outrage at some stupid video that nobody watched. It was attacked because it was a gunrunning operation for the CIA. And even the talk radio dudes ('cept maybe Jones) won't mention that little embarrassment.

I'm not sure which branch of the kleptoligarchy decided this, but someone decided that (whatsisname) needed to go. Maybe he refused to agree to put in a password grabber for the NSA. Or maybe he wouldn't share enough metrics with Google. I don't know.

But it seems to me that somebody informed him that it was either this or the nailgun. So this is what it is. Doesn't even have to make sense...

Oh, by the way, if you are hanging onto an old version of Firefox, it might be useful to find or download the installer for your favorite version, and archive that sucker offline. Otherwise when your computer crashes or gets replaced, it may be hard to get ahold of that installer in the future.

Also, stephanie, why doesn't the URL for TFMR start with "https"? Inquiring minds want to know.

Mr. Fix
Apr 5, 2014 - 9:29am

Think it can't happen here? How the “thought police” work.

Sweden: Immigration Critics Get Home Visits From Thought Police

Pamela Geller
April 5, 2014

Sweden was once wealthy, beautiful, and modern. But all that has changed. It has become as totalitarian as Saudi Arabia or Iran. Their immigration policies have overwhelmed the culture and the treasury of the Swedes. One U.N. report says that Sweden will soon be a third-world nation.

The worse it gets, the more restrictions there are on freedom and speech. Strict enforcement of the blasphemy laws under the sharia — “do not criticize or insult Islam.”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUkpeQNyZUg

This video is chilling. One of Sweden’s biggest newspapers, Expressen, used criminal hackers to break into Disqus and get the email addresses and identities of commenters online, and to reveal the persons behind the nicknames or anonymous user IDs. The newspaper sent a reporter and a cameraman to one person’s home and asked them about things they had written on different websites. Expressen published the names and photos of some people, which led to at least one person losing his job.

The newspaper should have been shuttered and its editor(s) brought up on charges. But this is sharia, so it was the victims who were punished.

Full story here.

I Run Bartertown
Apr 5, 2014 - 9:35am

Mr. Fix

Just on a whim I decided to play '3 clicks to WHO'. It works like this: you get one google search and 3 clicks to get to the 'who'.

Google Expressen

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expressen

Ownership of Expressen (and Sweden's largest morning newspaper Dagens Nyheter) is controlled by the Bonnier family

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonnier_family

The Bonnier family is a Swedish family of Jewish origin, who since the beginning of the 19th century has been active in the book industry and later also in the mass media industry. They own the media group Bonnier Group, which has 175 companies in 18 countries.

It's just too easy.

Mr. Fix
Apr 5, 2014 - 9:51am

I run barter town: thanks for all the links above.

When you get right down to it, it has been said that about 13 families control the entire planet.

Right now, they are simply in the process of consolidating their power.

I will leave you with this little gem from Ron Paul, who talked to Alex Jones yesterday.

It makes you wonder how we got to the point where men of character are barred from politics.

Video unavailable
I Run Bartertown
Apr 5, 2014 - 10:02am

Mr. Fix

Thank you for all you bring here.

Except Pamela Geller. She spreads a toxic and defamatory brand of lies. She is anti-Islamic (I get it, in so far as overrunning Europe), but she pretends that indigenous Europeans wanted this or voted for this. She goes as far as to pretend that it's some plot by Europeans to have Muslims colonize their own lands in order to drive out the Jews.

But she doesn't know that it's so easy to play '3 clicks to WHO'.

It's easy to find the specific people and organizations responsible for the demographic changes in Europe.

FreddyKrugerrand
Apr 5, 2014 - 10:04am

Control Freaks

Person 1: Knock, knock.

Person 2: Who's there?

Person 1: Control freak. Now, you say "Control freak who?"

Patrancus
Apr 5, 2014 - 10:04am

Rush Limbaugh

I used to listen to Rush for many years, though in recent years since the end of the Bush leaguers era and now O Baa ma I have not been a daily listener, why? because he just isn't willing to go where few in media have risked going before. So many times listening I would speak to myself, come on Rush your almost there, just a wee bit further, he will not go where he needs to go to suit this cowboy.

Why? well he knows where his bread gets its butter, he enjoys earning the millions having his program aired on hundreds of am radio stations around the world, and if his speak begins to unravel the plans certain folks have created and organized for the masses of sheeple with ears fixed on their radios, well I don't have to tell you what happens to the EIB cash flows.

I have news for him as well, no one will be spared when the progressive horn blows its final blast and the walls come a tumbling down, he and many others like him will be swallowed up in the confusion, they could do all of us a huge favor and speak truths now in the present day and just maybe provide a little more clarity to the millions of sheeple who for one reason or another are not comprehending the magnitude of the problem.

Patrancus
Apr 5, 2014 - 10:15am

Don't forget those rascally Bankers

Napoleon said:

“When a government is dependent for money upon the bankers, they and not the government leaders control the nation. This is because the hand that gives is above the hand that takes. Financiers are without patriotism and without decency.”

The Federal Reserve Bank is a consortium of 9 Jewish-owned & associated banks with the Rothschilds at the head:

$1. Rothschild Banks of London and Berlin

$2. Lazard Brothers Banks of Paris

$3. Israel Moses Seif Banks of Italy

$4. Warburg Bank of Hamburg and Amsterdam

$5. Lehman Brothers of NY

$6. Kuhn, Loeb Bank of NY (Now Shearson American Express)

$7. Goldman, Sachs of NY

$8. National Bank of Commerce NY/Morgan Guaranty Trust (J. P. Morgan Bank - Equitable Life - Levi P. Morton are principal shareholders)

$9. Hanover Trust of NY (William and David Rockefeller & Chase National Bank NY are principal shareholders). Here & Here


Apr 5, 2014 - 10:15am

@gold slut - big, massive point just went *woosh* over your head

you wrote: It was all about gay marriage etc.

No, actually, the article is NOT about gay marriage. I'll give you a hint: The main point of the article is in the headline.

Could totally off-topic threads like this be posted on the relevant forum?

No, because this is not a "thread" it is an article.

May be I should check out a knitting website to get some info about silver smelting or 'Electronics Today' for a beef pie recipe???

As someone who knits among my other hobbies, let me just state for the record that your dismissal of my article as mere "knitting" is an offense to knitters everywhere. BTW, without knitting, you would not have socks, underwear, or stretchy workout clothes.

You clearly have no eye for the big picture if you think the ousting of the Firefox CEO is not important or has no impact in the future on our financial system and economic stability. If we live in a world where people can be hounded from their positions for personal religious beliefs then we're in big trouble. Furthermore, I made the connection between the "win at all costs" behavior of certain extreme activists and The Powers That Be who seem hell-bent on driving us into a World War. You probably did not bother to read that far because of your pre-conceived notions.

Frankly, it astonishes me that you are so focused on your little picture (i.e., how can I make money off of my metals trade today?) that you have absolutely no interest for other topics, nor respect for anyone else here who might be interested in them. Anyone who is seriously interested in preparing for the "End of the Keynsian Experiment" should be paying VERY close attention to news like this. News like this is what people in the past have ignored leading up to other totalitarian takeovers in places like Russia, Germany, and North Korea.

BTW, while I had already read the news about the Firefox debacle, and had been considering incorporation it into an article, it was Turd himself who sent me a link to an article about Brendan Eich's resignation and suggested it was in my "wheel house."

PS I will be editing the "About" page to remove some of the outdated references to Main Street topics because apparently some purists are having a hard time wrapping their brain around the fact that we have contributors other than Turd to talk about topics other than just the metals charts. Metals and chart analysis are Turd's domain, I do not need to try to be him nor could I be.

Libero
Apr 5, 2014 - 10:20am

Gold Slut

Yes, topics like these should be posted in the forums. Since the site went partial pay the only "freebies" the public gets are gems from Turd himself (and Dr. Jerome), and the conspiracy constitutionalist founding-father worshipping and libertarians-like (when it suits them).

I think a true libertarian doesn't get worked up over religion, actually keeps their cool when others are losing theirs.

The casual public visitor would think this is an Alex Jones satellite website.

For what it's worth I don't think the guy should have been fired either.

Libero
Apr 5, 2014 - 10:22am

Gold Slut P.S.

And if you disagree with them they say you "don't understand" and should do more "research".


Apr 5, 2014 - 10:27am
I Run Bartertown
Apr 5, 2014 - 10:29am

Stephanie

"I will be editing the "About" page to remove some of the outdated references to Main Street topics because apparently some purists are having a hard time wrapping their brain around the fact that we have contributors other than Turd to talk about topics other than just the metals charts."

Not a Pirate. Not a Viking.

You are a Valkyrie!

Mr. Fix
Apr 5, 2014 - 10:29am

@ I Run Bartertown

I understand your concern about Pamela Geller, and your assertion that she implies that “indigenous people voted for this”.

I realize I am posting “less than credible sources”, however, the spectrum that we use to discover the truth is becoming increasingly narrow.

It could also be said that “indigenous Americans” voted for a radical communist/Marxist Muslim to occupy our White House, and have handed him full dictatorial powers, meaning somehow we deserve what we get.

This does not take into account the mass deception at play.

When analyzing “the fall of Western civilization”, we may need to look at a lot of “sources” that will obviously never appear in the mainstream press.

The message is sound, despite the messengers.


Apr 5, 2014 - 10:32am

@libero - on the "fringe"

"The casual public visitor would think this is an Alex Jones satellite website."

Maybe you hadn't noticed, but anyone who is interested in stocking up on precious metals has been considered and labeled fringe by the mainstream media for a while now. The casual public visitor would see "precious metals" and nothing else and presume it was an Alex Jones satellite website.

How much of this distaste for deeper topics comes from an unconscious fear of being part of an "extreme fringe" for being here? The mainstream media has been doing an excellent job brainwashing people into believing that anyone who doesn't follow their narrative is suspect. More and more I hear the cable news networks like CNN using the term "extreme" to talk about anyone who is concerned about government overreach.

It's all designed to get you to stop thinking and stop challenging what's happening.


Apr 5, 2014 - 10:38am

@Urban Roman and Mr. Fix - purposeful ousting?

BTW, I think this is important enough to highlight - the idea (which frankly did not occur to me) that Brendan Eich was being targeted for reasons other than his political donation.

I do not know anything about him or whether he was an advocate for online privacy. But that is an interesting take and something I'll stay on alert about.

I did check out the Electronic Frontier Foundation to see if Eich was involved and he is not. I was quite disappointeed to read this statement from the EFF about him and Mozilla:

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2014/04/eff-statement-mozilla-and-importan...

They say they want to focus on "preserving an open Internet." How the hell can you do that when people can't speak freely for fear of being fired? Yeesh. I expected better from them.


Apr 5, 2014 - 10:44am

Bill Maher on the "Gay Mafia"

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2014/04/04/bill_maher_there_is_a...

BTW, it's heartening to see comments like this on that link:

My feedback to Mozilla, sent just now:

Seriously, I support gay marriage, but your actions toward Eich (pressured to leave) leaves me questioning why I should use your product and support such nazi-like totalitarianism.

Would Mozilla condone another company pressure someone to leave who supported gay marriage? How about pressuring people of certain religions or ethnicities? That ok?

You gonna effectively fire people who are NRA members next? What's wrong with you, mentally? You people are sick.


Apr 5, 2014 - 10:45am
achmachat
Apr 5, 2014 - 11:39am

California Lawyer

Very soon they'll let us know that there was a suicide note typed on his computer that very conveniently states his suicide had nothing to do with his work...

Just wait and see.

I Run Bartertown
Apr 5, 2014 - 11:43am

On a lighter note

If I HAD to marry a man...like 'gun to my head'...

I'm not happy to say the choice would be so easy. But I can still admit it.

Without hesitation, I say Chuck Connors from The Rifleman.

Magpie
Apr 5, 2014 - 11:49am

What Mozilla Means

What Mozilla Means

On Brendan Eich’s Defenestration

by Robert P. George 4 . 3 . 14

Mozilla has now made its employment policy clear.

No Catholics need apply.

Or Evangelical Christians.

Or Eastern Orthodox.

Or Orthodox Jews.

Or Mormons.

Or Muslims.

Unless, that is, you are the “right kind” of Catholic, Evangelical, Eastern Orthodox Christian, observant Jew, Mormon, or Muslim, namely, the kind who believes your religious or philosophical tradition is wrong about the nature of marriage as the conjugal union of husband and wife, and the view now dominant among secular elites is correct. In that case, Mozilla will consider you morally worthy to work for them. Or maybe you can work for them even if you do happen to believe (or should I say “believe”) your faith’s teaching—so long as you keep your mouth shut about it: “Don’t ask, don’t tell.”

The rest at the link:

https://www.firstthings.com/blogs/firstthoughts/2014/04/what-mozilla-means

Contribute

Donate Shop

Get Your Subscriber Benefits

Exclusive discount for silver purchases, and a private iTunes feed for TF Metals Report podcasts!

Key Economic Events Week of 5/20

5/20 7:00 pm ET CGP speech
5/21 10:00 ET Existing Home Sales
5/22 2:00 ET FOMC minutes
5/23 9:45 ET Markit PMIs
5/24 8:30 ET Durable Goods

Key Economic Events Week of 5/13

TWELVE Goon speeches through the week
5/14 8:30 ET Import Price Index
5/15 8:30 ET Retail Sales and Empire State Manu. Idx.
5/15 9:15 ET Cap. Ute. and Ind. Prod.
5/15 10:00 ET Business Inventories
5/16 10:00 ET Housing Starts and Philly Fed
5/17 10:00 ET Consumer Sentiment

Key Economic Events Week of 5/6

5/9 8:30 ET US Trade Deficit
5/9 8:30 ET Producer Price Index (PPI)
5/9 10:00 ET Wholesale Inventories
5/10 8:30 ET Consumer Price Index (CPI)

Recent Comments

by surfeitndearth, 2 hours 3 min ago
by ArcadiaEconomics, 2 hours 25 min ago
by Turd Ferguson, 2 hours 59 min ago
by Dr Jerome, 3 hours 1 min ago
by Dreej, 3 hours 40 min ago
by lakedweller2, 4 hours 8 min ago