A2A with John Titus

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John Titus is the publisher of the YouTube channel, "Best Evidence". His recent works have included extraordinary documentaries on subjects such as The Financial Crisis and the lack of criminal prosecutions in the years since. His latest production, "All The Plenary's Men" will be released on Friday.

Most readers of TFMR are familiar with John's work. His documentaries have covered...

John's new production deals with the corruptive power held by the Bank of International Settlements and its agents. Its title is "All The Plenary's Men" and, once it's released on Friday, it will be embedded below.

Ahead of the release, it was great to visit directly with John about his work and I think you'll find this to be a fascinating and thought-provoking podcast.

TF

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tyberious
Apr 27, 2017 - 10:22pm

President Duterte Kicks

President Duterte Kicks Rothschilds Out Of Philippines

by Baxter Dmitry, Your News Wire:

President Duterte has vowed to “eradicate all traces of Rothschild financial criminality” from the Philippines, announcing that he will no longer respond to pressure or financial blackmail from the US government or Rothschild-controlled global banking institutions.

The president, who claims to have killed cartel bosses with his own hands, is not one to be bullied, and he has now set his sights on cleaning up the financial corruption in his country, promising to “drive them out like the scavengers they are.“

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onesong
Apr 27, 2017 - 10:24pm

A very sad day!

I think I'll drink tonight!

Just finished the new John Titus, WOW! Great work John!

PS now even more sad!

infometron
Apr 27, 2017 - 10:55pm

@Pug Nuggets

"Being a court reporter, I just gotta know. Is Infometron pronounced "Info-MET-tron" how Turd says it, or is it "In-FO-metron" the way I say it when I read it?"

Either works fine for me, @Pug Nuggets, I just made it up!


Apr 27, 2017 - 10:57pm

watch this overnight

maybe...just maybe...we can break USDJPY down through 111 and begin to make a move back toward 110.50

H8Fiat
Apr 27, 2017 - 10:59pm

Outback

Thanks for your thoughts. I'm doing ok. Have been very blessed in life and will carry on. Being transparent though, the total lack of the rule of law and watching what it is doing to this country hurts worse than the money deferred or lost. I worry for the future of my grandchildren both born and unborn.

H8

cyclemadman
Apr 27, 2017 - 11:07pm

I'm Shaking My Head Too

As a currently inactive Civil Engineer in Wyoming I hope that guy squeezes a huge sum of money out of the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying.

Enough that it will make other state boards think twice before they start fining people for doing math.

OOOBuck
Apr 27, 2017 - 11:11pm

Craig - your chart is central time, right?

so going with that, the decline in USD/JPY started at 12:30 and continued pretty much to this time (although there's a lot of plateau in between). I would like to know why. What was so special at that precise time that the 45 degree angle was abandoned. I mean granted, it couldn't go on forever but whey then?

lakedweller2
Apr 27, 2017 - 11:18pm

TF

What country do we live in. I think we want it back.

billhilly
Apr 27, 2017 - 11:19pm

from ZH...

Friday, April 28

  • 08:30 AM GDP (advance), Q1 (GS +1.4%, consensus +1.1%, last +2.1%); Personal consumption, Q4 (GS +1.3%, consensus +0.9%, last +3.5%): We expect a +1.4% increase in the first vintage of Q1 GDP (qoq saar), driven by a double-digit increase in residential investment (+12.6%) and a robust pace of growth in business fixed investment (+6.9%), partially offset by a negative growth contribution from inventory investment (-0.7pp) and net exports (-0.1pp). Accordingly, our growth estimate for the domestic final sales component is somewhat firmer at +2.1%. We look for real personal consumption to rise 1.3%, aided by a late-quarter boost to utilities consumption that reflects the impact of unseasonably cold weather in March.
  • 08:30 AM Employment cost index, Q1 (GS +0.7%, consensus +0.6%, last +0.5%); We estimate that growth in the Employment Cost Index (ECI) accelerated to 0.7% in Q1 (qoq sa) from 0.5% in Q4, with the year-over-year pace rising to 2.3% (from 2.2%). Our forecast mainly reflects firming wage growth in an economy at or near full employment. The ECI rose a softer-than-expected 0.5% in the fourth quarter, and the headline measure appears to have overshot to the downside relative to underlying wage growth in the ECI sample. Wages and salaries excluding incentive-paid occupations actually firmed last quarter, rising 2.5% year over year vs. 2.4% in Q3. This suggests some scope for the gap to close (or overshoot in the other direction) in Q1. Relatedly, we see scope for improving wage growth in sales and related occupations and in the administrative and support services industries, where wages and salaries exhibited rare outright declines last quarter. Wage growth data has generally been stable-to-higher so far in 2017, most notably the Atlanta Fed wage tracker, which rose to 3.4% year over year in March. Our broader Q1 wage tracker rose 2.9% year over year in Q1, up from 2.8% in Q4 and compared to the Q4 ECI of +2.2% (yoy). Taken together, our base case expectation is that growth in the Employment Cost Index will round up to +0.7%.
  • 09:45 AM Chicago PMI, April (GS 57.0, consensus 56.5, last 57.7): We expect the Chicago PMI to decrease to 57.0 in April after the index edged up to 57.7 in March. Despite expected sequential softness, the index is likely to remain at a level consistent with growth in the manufacturing sector, in line with the reports of other regional manufacturing surveys in April.
  • 10:00 AM University of Michigan consumer sentiment, April final (GS 97.5, consensus 98.0, last 98.0): We expect the University of Michigan consumer sentiment index to pull back 0.5pt to 97.5 in the April final estimate, reflecting some sequential deterioration in April consumer surveys. The preliminary report’s measure of 5- to 10-year ahead inflation expectations was unchanged at 2.4%. With gas prices rebounding in April, the related technical drag on reported inflation expectations should be limited.
  • 01:15 PM Fed Governor Brainard (FOMC voter) speaks: Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard will give a speech on “Fintech and the Future of Finance” at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Illinois. Audience Q&A is expected.
  • 02:30 Philadelphia Fed President Harker (FOMC voter) speaks: Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Patrick Harker will give a speech on “How STEM Can Get You Anywhere” at the X-STEM Symposium in Washington D.C. Audience Q&A is expected.
infometron
Apr 27, 2017 - 11:25pm
tyberious
Apr 27, 2017 - 11:28pm

ROTFLOL, killing Ag!

Political Vel Craft

Veil Of Politics

What Happens When $10 Trillion In Cabal Fiat Paper Debt Plus $80 Trillion In Global Debt Is Created In A Decade?

Posted on 27 Apr 2017

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What happens when new currency [counterfeit = unbacked Foreign Federal Reserve Note] is created with few limits by central banks and commercial banks?

Answer:

Far too much debt and currency are created.

Central Bank Balance Sheets have increased by $10 trillion in the last decade and $1 trillion YTD in 2017.

What happens when an extra trillion in central bank debt plus another trillion or so in other global debt is created in a decade?

Answer:

Prices rise because each fiat currency unit purchases less.

Market early 2007 early 2017

NASDAQ Composite 2,400 6,000

S&P 500 Index 1,400 2,370

T-Bond 110 150

Gold 700 1,250

Silver 13 18

Crude Oil 60 50

Paper Silver Manipulations linked by Bank Cabal Shysters To Physical Silver & Gold So As To Buoy Up Foreign Federal Reserve’s Exploitation Of Their Dollar

https://politicalvelcraft.org/2017/04/27/what-happens-when-10-trillion-i...

stealthbear
Apr 27, 2017 - 11:37pm

John Titus

Have not listened to the A2A podcast yet, but I will tomorrow. I have not seen Mr. Titus' first video, but I have seen "The Veneer of Justice in a Kingdom of Crime". It was superb! I have emailed the link to the video to family and friends since it came out on YouTube. If you have not seen it, you absolutely must!

Rule of Law? Doesn't apply to them. As Gerald Celeste says...justice means "just us".

Stealth

canary
Apr 27, 2017 - 11:43pm

Infometron...is that you?

After reading your comment (10:55pm), I was curious about the meaning of your logo...So I wrote "infometron images" on the MSN bing search engine....and that's one of the few images I've got...Maybe it just on my comp???

Please tell us everything you know about silver manipulation (from A to Z)...so we can forgive you....

Libero
Apr 28, 2017 - 12:03am

If that's Infometron

I have a crush going.

Noteriety
Apr 28, 2017 - 12:14am

I pronounce it:

In-FAH-Metron.

brolgaboy
Apr 28, 2017 - 12:23am

John Titus

well that was one of your best ever guests Craig, thank you, I really look forward to his new video release

canary
Apr 28, 2017 - 12:33am

Libero....here is your competition...Good Luck

Btw....She is known to be a very good (semi-pro) dancer.

infometron
Apr 28, 2017 - 12:35am

That is (er, was) me (many moons ago)

tied up in wires... too much infahmation

the lady in question is collateral damage

enlightened
Apr 28, 2017 - 6:36am

Decoupling POSX & USDJPY

Am I the only one noticing the decoupling between the POSX and the USDJPY? Began on April 1. The JPY being apr 14% of the index. Am I missing something?

silver10sguy
Apr 28, 2017 - 8:21am

Great A2A Turd

Wow! Enjoyed it and look forward to his new work!


Apr 28, 2017 - 8:32am

Q1 GDP just 0.7%

And will no doubt be revised even lower in the weeks ahead.

But it doesn't matter. As we discussed yesterday, since the bar was set so low, the USDJPY has SPIKED 0.25 on the news.


Apr 28, 2017 - 8:39am

I mean seriously

Is there any remaining doubt that these are central bank actors/forces that are in the forex "markets" every day attempting to get their desired results?

The Fed wants to hike again in June. Therefore, they must keep the stock market pumped up. The result? Even though this is the slowest Q1 in 3 years...UP UP UP!!

simjojim
Apr 28, 2017 - 8:46am

8:30am GMT-4

Is that the worst fucking time ever? It's sickening.

Maestro
Apr 28, 2017 - 8:53am

.7%!

Go ahead Fellen....raise again....do it!

Trump.....how's that promised 100 day narrative going?

.......when things get really bad, they take you to war.

Noteriety
Apr 28, 2017 - 8:57am

If only...

Sometimes Turd, I wish you would get it wrong.

There is a silver lining though...In the face of mainstream mouthpieces firing on all cylinders giving bullshit reasons for market action, the analysis on TFMR washes away any doubt about how I have come to my understanding and the choices I have made for my family's future.

Peace

OOOBuck
Apr 28, 2017 - 9:05am

Obama's 400k speaking engagement

And that's how western politics works folks.
If Obama while in office, was shown to have received $400K from any source that was under active investigation for illegal business practice.... well, that would be a problem to say the least. But with a handshake and wink at the time and a promise of all kinds of perks and goodies in future.... that's another thing. What a scam!


Apr 28, 2017 - 9:27am
Chiron
Apr 28, 2017 - 9:30am

Joe the Plumber

Maybe he should ask if Obama intends on "spreading around" that $400K in fees. You know, a little something for the little guys.


Apr 28, 2017 - 9:31am
OOOBuck
Apr 28, 2017 - 9:32am

You've gotta be impressed by this guys genius

Trump Says He Believed Being President Would Be Simpler Than His Old Life.

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