Chris Macintosh responds to Lord Klaus Schwab

A sample of Chris’s points before you read the article: “Those that have thrived are unsurprisingly the very same clutch of folks that are your buddies from Davos. Enormous corporations that benefit from the tyrannical lockdowns. It comes as no surprise that Bezos’ Amazon, Zuckerberg’s Facebook and Dorsey’s Twitter have all sucked up more power,Continue reading “Chris Macintosh responds to Lord Klaus Schwab”

Who Owns Corrupt Joe

Top Contributors, federal election data for Joe Biden, 2020 cycle totals include subsidiaries and affiliates. Contributor      Total Bloomberg LP [Michael Bloomberg] $56,796,137 Future Forward USA [largely Dustin Moskowitz] $29,917,229 Priorities USA/Priorities USA Action [Hillary backers] $25,841,199 Asana  [Moskowitz & Rosenstein] $21,937,902 Sixteen Thirty Fund [dark money] $19,874,655 Democracy PAC [George Soros] $19,000,000 Senate Majority PAC [Democratic billionaires] $12,371,874 American Bridge 21stContinue reading “Who Owns Corrupt Joe”

“You Met Me at a Very Strange Time in My Life”

Tyler Durden: “We are consumers. We’re the by-products of a lifestyle obsession.” Tyler had a point. How’s that working out for you? Being clever. Obsessing about lifestyle. Well, Chris Hamilton has a point of view as we sit on the edge of plutocracy’s apparent recapture of the US executive branch: “To begin, I’ll divide theContinue reading ““You Met Me at a Very Strange Time in My Life””

Pepe Escobar: When Deplorables Become Ungovernables

By the rude bridge that arched the flood,Their flag to April’s breeze unfurled,Here once the embattled farmers stood,And fired the shot heard round the world. “Concord Bridge,” Ralph Waldo Emerson That was then. Today, Pepe Escobar opines on the ungovernable fragments that are the “United?” States and what it means for the rest of theContinue reading “Pepe Escobar: When Deplorables Become Ungovernables”

Drop 50 – Fire for Effect

“This Court should not turn a blind eye to unconstitutional election laws that permit massive vote dilution and have a significant impact on election outcomes, as the Pennsylvania Supreme Court did” Read the petition below Will the Supremes gutlessly duck again? Well, they decided Obamacare was legal because the fees were a “tax.” Banana republicContinue reading “Drop 50 – Fire for Effect”

Bearish Bill Blain

“The consequence of the Pandemic has been to deepen the existing distortions. The result has been the extraordinary apparent “resilience” of the stock and bond markets. It doesn’t feel remotely real: “- We can see it in the widening disconnect between the real economy of defaults, job losses, food banks and crashing educational achievement versusContinue reading “Bearish Bill Blain”

Escape from New York

NYC commercial real estate on increasingly shaky ground? Well, as Kathy Wylde (Partnership for New York City) told Bloomberg: “All the banks, insurance companies, and hedge funds are considering options.” NYC office space available for rent are now at levels not seen since 2003. Where is everyone going? Florida for starters. Just like Goldman. AsContinue reading “Escape from New York”

Bill Blain on Bonker Markets

“It’s been truly extraordinary. DoorDash, a food delivery company that’s never made a penny profit is worth $70bln? It exists in a no-barriers-to-entry, highly price competitive, and ultimate risk sector – where if Micky D makes a bad burger they get the blame. It’s also a concept that’s shifting on the value curve. Money ain’tContinue reading “Bill Blain on Bonker Markets”