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Inflation: The Silent Killer of 2016

With all the attention placed on Trump, Sanders and the other candidates, it amuses me how clueless the vast majority of Americans are. Most people are focused on the wrong thing. They focus on the inflammatory remarks made by Trump, on they believe in the panacea fantasy described by Clinton and Sanders.

Virtually no one is focussed on the real problem. The country is bankrupt. Does it really make sense for Clinton and Sanders to deliver on their promises if they will make the country’s finances even worse? Trump does not provide details or a plausible plan either, probably because he knows that if he did large numbers of people would not like it.

Chart courtesy of ShadowStats

Nobody talks about QE Infinity or the inflation that has been accelerating over the last decades. Nobody cares that the country is bankrupt or that the party is followed immediately by major financial upheaval. Continue reading


Can an Octopus see the Future?

I found this great story on Yahoo about an octopus named Paul, who has the ability to know who is going to win each of the world cup games. It sounds incredible, but it’s true. His picks have been televised on live TV. Plus, even though he is German, he correctly chose Spain over Germany. So that means he is not prejudiced.

Is this octopus really clairvoyant, or could there be another explanation?

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