Leonardo DiCaprio and the #1MDB scandal


DiCaprio breaks silence over Malaysian fund

Star contacted DoJ on claims stolen money used to fund ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’

Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio reached out to the US Department of Justice after allegations surfaced in July that money stolen from a Malaysian development fund was used to finance his blockbuster film The Wolf of Wall Street.

Mr DiCaprio’s representatives sought to determine whether he or his foundation “ever received any gifts or charitable donations directly or indirectly related to these parties, and if so, to return those gifts or donations as soon as possible”, a spokesman for the actor said.

In July, US authorities filed a civil forfeiture complaint alleging that more than $3bn had been diverted from 1 Malaysian Development Berhad, the state development fund, with $94m used to finance the Hollywood blockbuster.

Mr DiCaprio on Tuesday broke his silence since the lawsuit was filed. His statement follows a press conference held in London on Friday last week by Bruno Manser Funds, a rainforest charity, which called for the actor to step down from his title as UN Messenger of Peace or renounce his associates at the centre of the scandal.


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Euro is a ‘house of cards’ ready to collapse, key single currency architect warns


Professor Otmar Issing says the European Central Bank betrayed the principles of the currency project by bailing Greece out in 2008


Professor Issing says Greece should have been allowed to crash out of the Euro and readopt the drachma AFP/Getty Images

The Euro currency project is unworkable in its current form and at the risk of “collapse”, its principal architect has warned.

Professor Otmar Issing, the European Central Bank’s first chief economist who helped create the single currency at the turn of the century, has warned that the Euro cannot survive in its current form.

He said the ECB had become dangerously overextended as it tries to manage the 19 economies using the single currency.


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Speaking to trade journal, Central Banking, he said: “One day, the house of cards will collapse”.

He said the experiment with a single currency went from the moment it was introduced in 2002 and said it had been betrayed by the politics of the region.

“Realistically, it will be a case of muddling through, struggling from one crisis to the next. It is difficult to forecast how long this will continue for, but it cannot go on endlessly”, he explained.

He believed that the ECB had made a fatal error in agreeing to bailout bankrupt states like Greece and Ireland.

He said: “The Stability and Growth Pact has more or less failed. Market discipline is done away with by ECB interventions.

“So there is no fiscal control mechanism from markets or politics. This has all the elements to bring disaster for monetary union.”

Prof Issing said there is no escape from the currency union’s problems without a political union which is unlikely to happen.


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He also condemned the first Greek bailout in 2008 as a bailout for French and German banks who had loaned to them.

He said it would have been better to force Greece out of the Euro and offer them generous support after they had restored their exchange rate stability on the drachma.

In 2015, Greece finally agreed a third bailout deal with the troika – the ECB, the European Commission and the International Monetary Fund – after a prolonged stand-off between the ruling party, Syriza, and the country’s creditors.

The left wing party attempted to negotiate more favourable terms after it was voted into office to fight the harsh austerity policies the troika asked for leading to the country running out of cash.


Collapse of the EU – Is it Inevitable?

Collapse of the EU – Is it Inevitable?






…if this is true it will cast another doubt on the prophet of Islam, Mohammad and the Quran which contains a chapter on Mary and Jesus (Isa) is mentioned many times therein.



American Biblical scholar Joseph Atwill will be appearing before the British public for the first time in London on the 19th of October to present a controversial new discovery: ancient confessions recently uncovered now prove, according to Atwill, that the New Testament was written by first-century Roman aristocrats and that they fabricated the entire story of Jesus Christ. His presentation will be part of a one-day symposium entitled “Covert Messiah” at Conway Hall in Holborn.

Although to many scholars his theory seems outlandish, and is sure to upset some believers, Atwill regards his evidence as conclusive and is confident its acceptance is only a matter of time. “I present my work with some ambivalence, as I do not want to directly cause Christians any harm,” he acknowledges, “but this is important for our culture. Alert citizens need to know the truth about our past so we can understand how and why governments create false histories and false gods. They often do it to obtain a social order that is against the best interests of the common people.”

Atwill asserts that Christianity did not really begin as a religion, but a sophisticated government project, a kind of propaganda exercise used to pacify the subjects of the Roman Empire. “Jewish sects in Palestine at the time, who were waiting for a prophesied warrior Messiah, were a constant source of violent insurrection during the first century,” he explains. “When the Romans had exhausted conventional means of quashing rebellion, they switched to psychological warfare. They surmised that the way to stop the spread of zealous Jewish missionary activity was to create a competing belief system. That’s when the ‘peaceful’ Messiah story was invented. Instead of inspiring warfare, this Messiah urged turn-the-other-cheek pacifism and encouraged Jews to ‘give onto Caesar’ and pay their taxes to Rome.”

[Jesus Christ] may be the only fictional character in literature whose entire life story can be traced to other sources

Was Jesus based on a real person from history? “The short answer is no,” Atwill insists, “in fact he may be the only fictional character in literature whose entire life story can be traced to other sources. Once those sources are all laid bare, there’s simply nothing left.”

Atwill’s most intriguing discovery came to him while he was studying “Wars of the Jews” by Josephus [the only surviving first-person historical account of first-century Judea] alongside the New Testament. “I started to notice a sequence of parallels between the two texts,” he recounts.

“Although it’s been recognised by Christian scholars for centuries that the prophesies of Jesus appear to be fulfilled by what Josephus wrote about in the First Jewish-Roman war, I was seeing dozens more. What seems to have eluded many scholars is that the sequence of events and locations of Jesus ministry are more or less the same as the sequence of events and locations of the military campaign of [Emperor] Titus Flavius as described by Josephus. This is clear evidence of a deliberately constructed pattern. The biography of Jesus is actually constructed, tip to stern, on prior stories, but especially on the biography of a Roman Caesar.”

How could this go unnoticed in the most scrutinised books of all time? “Many of the parallels are conceptual or poetic, so they aren’t all immediately obvious. After all, the authors did not want the average believer to see what they were doing, but they did want the alert reader to see it. An educated Roman in the ruling class would probably have recognised the literary game being played.” Atwill maintains he can demonstrate that “the Roman Caesars left us a kind of puzzle literature that was meant to be solved by future generations, and the solution to that puzzle is ‘We invented Jesus Christ, and we’re proud of it.’”

Is this the beginning of the end of Christianity? “Probably not,” grants Atwill, “but what my work has done is give permission to many of those ready to leave the religion to make a clean break. We’ve got the evidence now to show exactly where the story of Jesus came from. Although Christianity can be a comfort to some, it can also be very damaging and repressive, an insidious form of mind control that has led to blind acceptance of serfdom, poverty, and war throughout history. To this day, especially in the United States, it is used to create support for war in the Middle East.”
Atwill encourages skeptics to challenge him at Conway Hall, where after the presentations there is likely to be a lively Q&A session. Joining Mr.Atwill will be fellow scholar Kenneth Humphreys, author of the book “Jesus Never Existed.”


The world will be saved by regular people, most of whom know nothing of economic theory


by Max Hill

Sorry Bloomberg, We Are Just Getting Started

Noah Smith argues in Libertarianism’s Time Has Come and Gone that while libertarianism may have been useful during the 20th century, its ideas are becoming irrelevant and anachronistic. People, he believes, may have once had a reason to be skeptical of big government, but no longer.

Well, when ideas are irrelevant, people usually don’t spend time writing articles attacking them, so I’m not sure how much I believe the author. In any case, he’s wrong.

Who Libertarians Are

As Smith would have us believe, libertarianism — at least, the kind that most economists know — takes a stark, simple view of human relations. Individuals are atomistic entities, acting in voluntary contractual relationships.

Must we really point out that Friedman and Nozick both rejected “atomistic individualism” and spent their whole careers on the complexity of human community and the tendency of coercion to shatter it? Indeed, the capacity of markets to weave beautiful human relationships – not limited to contractual ones – has been a theme of the liberty tradition for hundreds of years.

The author sets up a strawman based on nothing and then knocks it down. When they have to create ridiculous caricatures to refute you, you win.

The Long Tradition

Modern libertarianism is the latest chapter in a centuries long struggle for human freedom. Prior to the 20th century, we were called liberals. Before that we were simply called rebels and traitors. Whatever names we’ve gone by, we’ve always been around and we always will be.

The modern libertarian movement is also much more ideologically diverse than the author realizes. In fact, many newcomers to libertarian ideas are shocked to discover how much libertarians fight with each other. We draw our ideas not only from Friedman and Nozick, but also from Bastiat, Proudhon, Molinari, Rothbard, Stirner, Mises, Hayek, and hundreds of other thinkers. In fact, the “night-watchman state” libertarians the author derides as idealistic and extreme are increasingly viewed as the tame moderates in the libertarian movement.

The “new political philosophies” the author thinks people are looking for aren’t actually new except to those ignorant of history. These ideas go by many names and take many forms, but all share the common fallacy that some people know best how to live other people’s lives. Libertarianism is the unqualified rejection of this assertion. We believe that the knowledge necessary for a peaceful society to thrive is not embedded in a few wise, benevolent individuals, but in society itself.

No Perfect Society

Far from being utopians, libertarians are probably the only ones who aren’t naively trying to perfect society. Libertarians labor under no delusion that they are going to save the world. The world will be saved by regular people, most of whom know nothing of economic theory or libertarian philosophy, as they serve each other in markets and pursue their own self-interest. Libertarians understand this and want to stop anyone who would interfere.

The author rightly notes that the state does not have a monopoly on oppression. That he thinks libertarians concern themselves only with state oppression betrays a fundamental understanding of why we believe what we do. We oppose all forms of oppression; we simply see the state as the greatest source of it.

Market competition and choice does more for oppressed individuals and marginalized groups than any well-intentioned bureaucrat could ever dream of doing.

That libertarians don’t offer a solution for every problem often frustrates people who don’t believe people can solve their own problems.

The individual whose boss tasks him with menial tasks for trivial reasons would benefit more from having more employment options than he would from a bureaucrat making rules protecting people with bad haircuts. In fact, employers face additional cost (and an associated competitive disadvantage) when they discriminate on bases that don’t actually relate to their businesses success.

Our advocacy of a laissez faire regulatory environment stems not from an ignorance of social ills, but from a keen awareness of them and a belief that markets provide much more powerful remedies.

That libertarians don’t offer a solution for every problem often frustrates people who don’t believe people can solve their own problems. Look around and think about the complexity of the systems and networks that people form as they go about their lives trying to create value for others.

Even the efforts that result in a simple pencil are almost unfathomably complex and yet humans figure it out because people want pencils. Yes, the government may claim a monopoly or near monopoly on certain aspects of that system, but do you honestly believe that a species as clever as ours wouldn’t find a way to solve the same problems through other means?

You and I are the beneficiaries of millions of entrepreneurs, inventors, innovators, and problem solvers who see the world differently. Fortunately, those people will always exist and create prosperity despite the lack of imagination in those who turn to government to solve problems.

A New Era in the Fight for Freedom

I’ve had the opportunity to peruse Leonard E. Read’s journal, which contains a first hand account of the libertarian movement through much of the 20th century. The tone is always optimistic, but frequently exasperated. Until recently, the only avenues libertarians had to advance the cause of human freedom were in the halls of government. No wonder Leonard was exasperated. Heroic though the efforts of 20th century libertarians were, they made little progress in advancing human freedom through politics.

It is the political approach to advancing freedom whose time has come and gone, not the goal of creating a more free society.

But we aren’t living in the 20th century any more. It is the political approach to advancing freedom whose time has come and gone, not the goal of creating a more free society.

While we may see some targets of opportunity in the political realm, libertarians are increasingly leveraging technology to promote a freer society. Not only does social media make it much easier to spread our ideas, but the very fact that individuals can so easily network with each other undermines the state’s ability to control society, regardless of its intentions.

Justifying a war is much harder when we can communicate with and see the humanity of those the government wants to wage war against. Until war has been relinquished to the past, you can rest assured that libertarians will be loudly denouncing it and celebrating and promoting anything that makes it less likely.

Enemies of liberty have long sought to control people by controlling currency. We’ve been fighting those attempts for just as long and now we may have the technology to win that fight once and for all. Cryptocurrencies remove the need to trust others to not debase the currency. The state undoubtedly doesn’t want this competition to its currency monopoly, but in time, it will have to compete just the same.

Also gone are the days of trusting the government to respect our privacy. Encryption and other security measures are increasingly being built into the technologies we use to communicate with each other. This, like innovations in cryptocurrencies, is being done without permission from our would-be overlords.

So no, libertarianism will not be relegated to the 20th century. Our ideas are just as relevant as they have always been, and we’re more effective at spreading them than ever before. Individuals will continue to create innovative solutions to problems that slow-minded politicians preposterously believe can only be solved through violence. Our tactics may change, but rest assured, libertarians are just getting started.

Max is a PhD student at Georgia Tech studying nuclear engineering and a web intern at FEE. His research interests include fusion reactor dynamics, technology commercialization, and the future of energy policy.


Hillary murdered Max Spiers??


Russia Names Hillary Clinton As “Murder Suspect” In Death Of Top UFO Researchers

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

An astonishing Investigative Committee (IC) report circulating in the Kremlin today names US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as a “suspect/accomplice” in the mysterious deaths of two top UFO researchers who were in direct “correspondence/communication” with her campaign chairman John Podesta—who himself has previously been linked with having ties to the Russian mafia. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]

According to this report, the Investigative Committee is the main federal investigating authority in Russia answerable only to President Putin and whose crime investigations center on combating corruption among the various police and intelligence forces of the Federation—most specifically the infiltration of these public bodies by the Bratva (“brothers/brotherhood”), who in Western culture are often referred to as the Russian mafia.

The largest of these criminal organizations, this report explains, is the Solntsevskaya Bratva who work closely with the Moscow-based Taganskaya Crime Syndicate (Tambov Gang) whose illegally “gained/earned” monies are laundered through many Russian, European, and American banks by the Podesta Group that is headed by Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta’s brother Tony Podesta.

In late July (2016), this report continues, IC investigators received the Ministry of Defense (MoD) report relating to the downing of an Indian Air Force plane struck by what was believed to be a “Vimāna” that was accelerating towards Antarctica in the Southern Ocean. [See our 22 July 2016 report: “Time Well Event” Downs Indian Military Plane As Russian Forces Go On High Alert]

Most concerning to IC investigators about the information provided to them by the MoD, this report notes, was its detailing the mysterious deaths of two internationally known UFO investigators—and whom the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) had previously identified as having a “considerable/substantial” amount of electronic communications with Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta.

The UFO investigators who were killed after communicating with John Podesta, this report states, were Gaurav Tiwari and Max Spiers—with Spiers, in 2013, having warned from information he received from John Podesta that “race wars would be sparked in the US in order to generate chaos, and whose agenda involved creating a problem and bringing in a solution, in essence: the New World Order”.

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The lifeless body of Max Spiers was discovered on a sofa days before he was meant to give a talk about conspiracy theories

As to why Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta was in communication with these UFO researchers, this report explains, was due to his lifelong fascination with UFO’s and aliens—but became greatly concerning to Hillary Clinton this past Spring after he told a CNN reporter, on 7 April, that the American people could handle the truth about aliens, and the following day, 8 April, the Washington Post wrote an article about him titled: The Long, Strange History Of John Podesta’s Space Alien Obsession.

After the Washington Post published their article on John Podesta and his “love/attraction” of UFO and aliens, this report continues, SVR intelligence analysts reported to the IC that Hillary Clinton became “enraged/alarmed” over his communicating with UFO researchers Gaurav Tiwari and Max Spiers—and especially with Spiers who Podesta had confided the most secret plans Hillary Clinton was going to use to destroy America.

After Hillary Clinton ordered her campaign chairman John Podesta to immediately break off all contact with both Gaurav Tiwari and Max Spiers, this report says, Spiers mother, Vanessa Bates, reported to the British press that he “was set to expose a government cover-up”, and that two days before his mysterious death he sent a text to her warning: “Your boy’s in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate”.

On 15 June, this report grimly notes, Max Spiers was found dead while staying at a friends house in Warsaw, Poland, and 3 weeks later, on 7 July, Gaurav Tiwari, likewise, was discovered dead at his home in New Delhi, India—with IC and SVR intelligence analysts noting that both of these mysterious deaths occurred while known “enforcers” (killers/hit men) of the John Podesta linked Taganskaya crime syndicate were, also, at both of these locations when these deaths occurred.

With Max Spiers’ mother stating that no reason has been given for her son’s mysterious death (“They are also refusing to release any paperwork about it to me because, absurdly, I don’t have his written permission.”), this report continues, IC investigators have initially determined that both Spiers and Gaurav Tiwari’s mysterious deaths are “likely/probable” homicides “committed/perpetrated” by the Taganskaya crime syndicate on the orders of Hillary Clinton and/or John Podesta.

Stunningly this report further notes the death of NASA astronaut Edgar Mitchell (the 6th man to walk on the Moon) earlier this year after he had, likewise communicated with Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta—and in a recently released secret Hillary Clinton email told Podesta (who at the time was the consular to President Obama) that aliens want to help mankind but fear our violent tendencies, that the Vatican knows about the existence of extraterrestrials, and directly told Podesta: “Because the War in Space race is heating up, I felt you should be aware of several factors as you and I schedule our Skype talk”.

This report concludes by noting that persons (like Hillary Clinton and John Podesta) named by the IC as “suspects/accomplices” in homicides may not be guilty of these crimes, and that by their naming a person as such is meant only to insure their cooperation in the investigation until a final determination is made by the federal prosecutor.—but which may not be possible in Hillary Clinton’s case if Donald Trump wins the US presidency.

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Max Spiers has Left us a Legacy of Truth



Inside the Secret Society of Wall Street’s Top In-House Lawyers

… lawyers are another bunch of rogues second only to their buddy banksters. Secret meetings in the same fashion as their master Bilderbergers reflect the shady business of the cabal



It’s a Wall Street club that’s virtually unknown on Wall Street. It has no name or official membership list, and it meets only once a year, in locations such as Switzerland’s Lake Lucerne, Connecticut’s Litchfield County, and, this year, Versailles.

The attendees are top in-house lawyers for some of the world’s most powerful banks — people who sit at the table for decisions that can shape multibillion-dollar litigation tabs for the likes of Barclays Plc, Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Deutsche Bank AG and JPMorgan Chase & Co.


Trianon Palace Vesailles

For this year’s meeting, in late May, the lawyers descended on Trianon Palace Versailles, a luxury hotel less than two kilometers from the palace of Louis XIV and adjacent to the royal park.

The gatherings, which were described by several people familiar with them who asked not to be identified, tend to feature discussions of nuts-and-bolts issues such as managing relationships with the board and whether compliance personnel should receive stock incentives.

Sticking Together

This year, according to two of the people, some attendees arrived at the marble and gilded hotel primed to focus on a common scourge: class-action lawyers who seek billions of dollars from top banks for alleged market manipulations and related bad behavior. Eric Grossman, chief legal officer at Morgan Stanley, implored his confederates to hang together and resist the temptation to settle quickly.

Months before, Citigroup Inc.’s general counsel, Rohan Weerasinghe, had made a decision that essentially forced several of the world’s biggest banks to pay a total of $1.9 billion to settle a class action over credit-default swaps. Investors, including the Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association, claimed the banks had worked together to limit competition in the market, allowing them to earn extra profits.

When multiple banks are sued in a class action, it’s common for them to share information and coordinate their defenses. But after years of practice, class-action lawyers have figured out a way to fracture these alliances. They reach a settlement with one bank, then ratchet up pressure on the others. Each bank knows that the last to settle will probably pay the heftiest price. That’s because of a legal theory called joint and several liability, in which a company found in court to be even partially to blame can end up on the hook for all the damages.

In the swaps case, Citigroup broke first, agreeing in the summer of 2015 to pay $60 million. Others followed, with JPMorgan Chase & Co. settling last for $595 million. Looming over the banks was the possibility of an antitrust investigation of the swaps market by the European Union, which could have uncovered evidence that would then be available to the class-action plaintiffs. In the end, the EU closed its case, so the banks might have been better off waiting.

Avoiding Criticism

Citigroup’s decision to settle highlighted the need for a conversation on the matter, according to the people familiar with the May meeting. Weerasinghe was there, but in keeping with the group’s collegial atmosphere, there was no direct criticism of him for deciding to cut a deal, the people familiar with the event say.

“They realize they are stronger when they stick together than when they splinter,” says Dan Brockett of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, a lead plaintiffs’ attorney in the swaps case. “But each general counsel has a fiduciary duty. Each bank will act in its own interest.”

The annual gathering, whose existence hasn’t previously been reported, is the brainchild of lawyer Robert Mundheim. A general counsel for the U.S. Department of the Treasury in the 1970s, Mundheim went on to become a dean at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, then general counsel for the former Salomon Smith Barney in the 1990s. He’s now with the firm Shearman & Sterling and has been hired by independent directors of Wells Fargo to investigate the bank’s retail sales practices and other matters.

The Decider

Mundheim decides which top bank attorneys should be tapped for membership, according to the people with knowledge of the meetings, one of whom said they have been held for roughly two decades. The group includes banks that have in recent years grappled with investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Reserve and other regulators, as well as class actions. Besides the swaps case, major banks have paid settlements related to alleged manipulation of foreign exchange rates and the ISDAfix benchmark, which is used in the sale of interest rate derivatives.

After inquiries by Bloomberg News, some members of the group complained to one another about a breach of confidentiality, according to the people. Mundheim declined to comment, as did Grossman and Weerasinghe.

The Trianon, nestled near the gardens of Versailles, features a Gordon Ramsay restaurant as well as a spa and indoor pool.

Also representing the U.S. banks at the Versailles gathering were current or departing general counsels including Stephen Cutler of JPMorgan, Gary Lynch of Bank of America and Gregory Palm of Goldman Sachs, according to the people familiar with this year’s meeting.

Across the Pond

Joining them were counterparts representing banks on the other side of the Atlantic, including Markus Diethelm of UBS Group AG, Richard Walker of Deutsche Bank, Robert Hoyt of Barclays, Romeo Cerutti of Credit Suisse Group AG, David Fein of Standard Chartered Plc, Stuart Levey of HSBC Holdings Plc and Georges Dirani of BNP Paribas SA, according to the people.

Through bank spokesmen, the general counsels and banks declined to comment.

Among the proposals put forward during this year’s meeting was a suggestion that all banks in a suit wait at least 60 days after the filing of a routine motion to dismiss the case before going their own way. Another was that any general counsel who wanted to enter into settlement talks consider giving his counterparts 48 hours’ notice so they wouldn’t be left scrambling.

The overnight gathering ended with a traditional group stroll outside. Then the lawyers went their separate ways, saying goodbye until next year’s meeting.


Seek Your Independence: Anything Else Will Destroy You


By Jeff Berwick

Many people think The Dollar Vigilante is a fear mongering, pessimistic blog.

If you only read our headlines, then I can see how you would feel that way.  But things are getting so bad that all we are doing is acknowledging the current state of affairs. The truth hurts.

After we began to analyze Shemitah and then Jubilee timelines, we became even more pessimistic because it was clear that even the deepest economic and military disasters were planned in advance.

Our lives are run  by a small group of psychopaths. At least to the degree that we react to world events. The only way out is to plan for ourselves.

But the world, certainly the West, offers us a plethora of solutions. And they get in our way.

Our society has been organized to take away your sociopolitical, economic and military choices. The latest manifestation of this deliberate promotion is the US presidential election.

Hillary is so obviously a tyrant-in-waiting that she is stampeding people toward Donald Trump who seems the lesser of two evils, even though when you examine his rhetoric, he’s no small-government candidate.

Trump is pro-police state, pro-tax (certain taxes), pro-war (certain wars) and generally pro-government. (That’s why he’s running for president after all.)

It’s true, Trump has been doing a courageous job of exposing some of Killary’s crimes and murderous approaches to utilizing political power.

He’s also mentioned how the Fed’s monetary policy decisions are predicated upon political expediency. He’s even suggested that Janet Yellen ought to step down because she is predicating her monetary decisions on boosting the stock market via low interest rates for the remainder or the election, and perhaps beyond.

Janet Yellen and her cohorts support the myth that the economy has recovered under Obama’s presidency – under which Hillary was secretary of state.

But government and central banks will always fail the people because that’s what they were meant to do. The word ‘Government‘ comes from the Latin verb gubernare which means: “to control,” and the Latin noun “mens” which means: “mind”.  In other words, the literal translation of the term is “mind-control”.

In order for the American people or any people for that matter to free their minds, they must first rid themselves of the notion that government is legitimate or in any sense useful. In fact, government never works, or certainly not above one layer.

There are literally millions of regulations and millions of enforcers in Western countries. The sheer size is impressive. But when you begin to examine actual operations, you find almost everything modern governments do is destructive, ruinous and even genocidal.

Anarchy works. Allowing the free-market to make decisions competitively about lifestyle and social solutions is both rational and useful. We live in societies that operate in exactly the opposite way.

Our controllers want that. They need government or they lose control. They put incredible effort into organizing society to remove our ability to control our own lives.

In fact, they don’t forbid it. They simply build a matrix around us that hinders our ability to think about our existence any other way.

Part of that is “voting” in a “democracy.” As if putting someone else in charge of decisions about the way WE ought to live is going to make our lives better. Invariably it doesn’t.

But  people will go to the voting booths this fall and vote for who they perceive to be the lesser of two evils… as if that’s how we are supposed to exist. Choosing one evil … or the other.

We’ve long said that Hillary has been preselected by the elites…  and therefore, barring a miracle, she will win. But, even if Trump were to win, hardly anything important would change.

The Federal Reserve, one of the biggest causes of today’s problems, will not be shuttered.  The War on Drugs, another of the biggest causes of problems in the US today will not end… in fact, it will likely be increased by either candidate.

The IRS will not be closed and all of its employees made examples of in the public square. It will continue its illegal reign of terror, extracting trillions from people who are already in debt because the economy has been destroyed by central bank monetary debasement.

The War of Terror will not end. Hillary wants to expand the war – which she helped start. If she has her way, she’ll position the US to confront Russia in short order.

Trump seems hell bent on “defeating ISIS”, but if he doesn’t know that ISIS is actually the CIA then he is stupider than he sounds.  And if he does know then he is just pushing forward the same militaristic aggression that has been going on for decades, destroying the world and bankrupting the US.

Just look back to 2008.  So many people thought Barack O’Bomber, the Nobel Peace Prize winner and first black President would solve all the racial issues in the US.  What has happened?  It is worse than ever as black people are basically shot for sport on the streets.

O’Bomber was championed as the one who would end war.  And what happened?  More wars than George Bush could even dream of, including additional conflict in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya… plus new frontiers of genocide in Syria, Yemen and, of course, Ukraine.

So, even if Donald gets in, would anything major change?  Nope.

The reason is that it isn’t one person who conducts all this mayhem.  It is an entire, deeply imbedded system that is never elected nor voted on.  It just continues to impoverish the US, create wars and imprison more people than any other country in the history of the world.

But, here is the optimistic part.

After Ron Paul was robbed of any chance at the Presidency in 2012, a great swathe of people turned their back on the entire system.  The anarchist/voluntaryist movement grew exponentially.  This can be seen in the growth of the world’s largest anarcho-capitalist conference, Anarchapulco (to be held again in February 2017 – click here for more).

Even after “feel the Bern” Sanders sold out his massive, uneducated following, many of them turned their back on the system – and Hillary as an alternative too.

Listening to Trump’s ever-changing rhetoric, it’s become obvious he’s not a small-government libertarian. If he wins, most people will realize nothing important will change. They may turn their backs on him as well as Hillary.

This is our only hope. A deeply rooted repudiation of politicians and the political system.  The complete dismantling of the US federal government, in other words, returning power back to the 50 states, for a period, before dismantling those too.

It shouldn’t stop until it has reached the optimal level possible. If something someone wants to do has an impact on your life or prosperity, you should have a direct say in it.

Why is the US federal government at war in Syria? Is this something you deem important? Do you want your children dying in Damascus?

And what about monetary issues? Are you happy the Fed has debased the dollar to a mere two cents over its century of operations and bankrupted millions of seniors via ruinously low interest rates.

Get rid of government as much as is realistically possible. Just getting rid of modern, bloodsucking federal governments would immediately cause an economic boom of unheard of proportions as people throughout the West suddenly could keep most of the money they earned.

Hundreds of thousands of new job creating-companies would pop up – probably offering real goods and services instead of Barbie Dolls and velcro sneakers. Innovation would be tremendous. The entire citizenry would gradually recover from its current prostrate and bankrupt state.

Wars would cease. Peace would return. Money would become money again, with gold, silver and cryptocurrencies ensuring that price inflation would stop. We’d enter into a period of peace and prosperity that would forever be remembered as the beginning of a beautiful new era.

However, if that were to happen, the old, fasco-communist system in the US would have to completely collapse… and that will entail a massive collapse.

This collapse, in fact, is inevitable. It has been engineered via central bank interest rate destruction. It is only a matter of time until everything collapses around us except for wars which will rage more madly than ever.

Here at TDV, we are closely monitoring the madness that passes for our current civil society. We are tracking Shemitah Trends that persist even after the end date of the formal Shemitah and Jubilee.

Our research continues to show various optimal times when catastrophic collapses may occur, along with expanding wars that may lead to World War III.

We monitor Shemitah options on an ongoing basis and via our blogs and especially our newsletter where we alert you to the latest ruinous trends – and destructive possibilities. Not only do we alert you, but via the tremendous insights of our senior analyst Ed Bugos, we and our subscribers have profited tremendously.

If you want to subscribe, please do so HERE. Whether you subscribe or not, do whatever you can to increase your wealth and the resources you have access to including food, water, land and appropriate weapons for self defense.

Your entire society has been organized to take choices away from you. But don’t be lulled into thinking it is for your own good. Just look at where the world is today and imagine how much worse it is going to be tomorrow.

Don’t  participate. Gather your resources and live as independently as possible. It is literally a matter of life and death.