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George Soros' False Flag Factories

Global hedge fund tycoon and political provocateur George Soros is leading a war of symbols, namely flags and banners either resurrected or conjured up by his myriad non-profit groups, to stir religious, racial, and ethnic tensions the world over.

Why The Deep State Is Dumping Hillary

The governed are ready for a period of retrenchment, consolidation and diplomatic solutions to unwinnable conflicts, as imperfect as the peace might be to hawks. For these reasons, the more adept elements of the Deep State have no choice but to dump Hillary. Empires fall not just from defeat in war with external enemies, but from the abandonment of expansionist Imperial burdens by the domestic populace. Put another way: drones and proxies don't pay taxes.

Saudis Said To Offer Oil Production Cut If Iran Freezes Output, Reuters Reports

With oil rolling over, and modestly pressuring US equity futures, moments ago Reuters did what it does best, and reported, citing three "anonymous" sources, that Saudi Arabia was prepared to engage in a radical shift in its long-held policy of not cutting production, and has offered to lower its own oil production if Iran agrees to cap its output this year, in a major compromise ahead of talks in Algeria next week, "three sources familiar with the discussions told Reuters."

Visualizing The (Massive) Size Of The US National Debt

When numbers get into the billions or trillions, they start to lose context. The U.S. national debt is one of those numbers. It currently sits at $19.5 trillion, which is actually such a large number that it is truly difficult for the average person to comprehend.

Four Scenarios For Oil Producers Ahead Of Algiers

After two years of a Saudi-led strategy of all-out pumping, adopted to protect market share against the surge in U.S. shale oil, OPEC and Russia are putting cooperation back on the table. As Bloomberg notes, their last attempt to do this - a proposal to freeze output in April - collapsed in acrimony because of rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran. There may be four potential outcomes from the Algiers talks.

"Absolutely Deplorable" Hillary Deceived Congress Over Clinton Foundation Conflicts

Seems that Senate Republican Whip John Cornyn is having a little "buyer's remorse" over his decision to vote in favor of confirming Hillary as Secretary of State back in 2009.  “Once again the rules don’t apply to them like they apply to everybody else. Can you imagine if anybody else in the United States government had tried to get away with something like this?"

Why An OPEC Production Cap Is Unlikely

The initial reaction to the announcement of the September OPEC meeting is premature, however. There are several reasons why it is unlikely any action will be taken by OPEC at the meeting to restrain output. Nevertheless, continued speculation prior to the meeting in late September will likely hold oil prices above $40 per barrel for now.

America's Dangerous Game Of Intrigue Inside International Organizations

There is a bull in the china shop of international diplomacy and it wears the ugly and discredited attire of Uncle Sam. The Obama administration has decided that the halls, offices, and conference rooms of international organizations are acceptable battlefields to wage propaganda and sanctions wars.

Why Oil Under $40 Will Bring It All Down Again: That's Where SWFs Resume Liquidating

If oil were to drop back under $40, not only would it precipitate even more selling of oil as momentum strategies flip, but it would catalyze a liquidation by those SWFs who thought they were done selling equities, leading to a return of the same sellers that pushed the S&P back to the low 1,900s a short 6 months ago. So for all those curious where stocks are going next, the simple answer is: keep an eye on what oil does next.