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Donald Trump says he is the best man for Israel, and by extension the best president for all Jews. Jews who vote for democrats then are bad Jews, because all Jews are supposed to put Israel first, apparently...

In the seemingly endless cycle between stocks rallying on either Fed rate cut optimism or trade talk optimism, we are witnessing a new rise in trade talk optimism just as Fed rate cut optimism wanes thanks to the rebound in the stock market in the latter half of August. How long will markets continue to be fooled into short term rallies by this simple bait and switch?

P.S. This is actually yesterday's video, but I had to reupload it because it never finished processing.

Lega Nord and the Five Star Movement pulled out of the Italian governing coalition earlier this month, forcing current Prime Minister Conte to resign in anger today. The top candidate to replace Conte of course is his former Deputy PM, Matteo Salvini.

Yesterday's Proud Boy march in Portland turned into an AntiFa riot. The Proud Boys took extra care it would seem to disarm their side and present a united non-violent front against the unorganized violent mob that formed to "protest" them. The result was a huge PR victory for the right and a massive loss for the Left, despite media spin to the contrary.

The coroner has officially ruled the death of Jeffrey Epstein a suicide and few people are buying it. As much as this feels like a cover up to many, the evidence being cited to support the official story of Epstein's death seems to imply that Epstein had help from the inside and did not simply act alone in killing himself.

Trump is reportedly interested in buying Greenland. Which, while rather improbable, is not altogether a terrible idea. Greenland has tremendous potential and would essentially be America's second Alaska.

A civil war within a civil war has broken out in Yemen as the Saudi led coalition has fractured following the seizure of the former capital of South Yemen and current seat of the Saudi backed government in Yemen, Aden, by the Southern Transition Council. The STC, which seeks to form a new independent state of South Yemen has apparently grown tired of their alliance with the Saudis and their allies and intends to focus solely on building a new South Yemen.

The US Treasury yield curve has finally inverted for the first time since 2007 and many bagholders are trying to rationalize this fact away and convince themselves that there is nothing to fear.

Three major updates on the Epstein cover up today:
1. FBI raids Orgy Island
2. Epstein left unguarded around time of death
3. French opening their own investigation into Epstein

It's do or die right now for the anti-communist movement in Hong Kong. The protests have effectively brought the domestic Hong Kong government to its knees and Beijing will not stand by forever and watch these protests continue. I think we are about to witness Tiananmen square 2.0

As we all know, Epstein was found dead in jail yesterday and absolutely no one thinks he merely took his own life... except the FBI apparently. This story is just beginning to be uncovered, don't let the official narrative sweep it back under the rug!

Today I decided to war game out how Tim Pool's long running prediction for a new American Civil War may actually come true. In my opinion, if a serious conflict between Americans were to occur, it would most likely be fought mainly over the issue of guns.

President Trump has tweeted multiple ominous messages about expanding "background checks" this week. As any gun owner knows, "universal background checks" is a democrat euphemism for gun registration. If Trump does in fact sign this kind of legislation into law, he will be by far the worst President on the second amendment since Lyndon Johnson. By forcing gun owners to put themselves on a government registry, he is enabling politicians in the future to more easily confiscate guns. If this were a democrat president pushing this, there would be strong opposition. However, because Trump is for it, Republicans will happily pass it.

Chief US negotiator, Zalmay Khalilzad, has stated that the US and the Taliban made "excellent progress" towards ending the 18 year long war in Afghanistan during the most recent round of peace talks in Qatar. The Taliban went even further saying that they had essentially resolved their differences with the United States.

https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-military/2019/08/06/taliban-say-differences-resolved-on-us-troop-withdrawal/

The US-China trade war continues to spiral out of control and has given way to a new war; the long anticipated US-China currency war. This new war has escalated further still as many other countries seem to be trying to front run the the US and China in a global race to the bottom. Every nation on earth now seems hell bent on destroying the purchasing power of their currency.

I expect there will be more tragedies like the shooting in El Paso in the future. As political power in America becomes more and more centralized and individual voters feel more and more powerless, more people will be driven to act violently in a desperate attempt to achieve their political goals.

It looks increasingly likely that the Dayton shooting was an act of revenge carried out by a radical leftist in response to the El Paso shooting which targeted Hispanics. It is my contention that terrorism and political violence will escalate from this point, not de-escalate, regardless of any legislation passed by Congress. The root cause of these tragedies is rooted deep in the psychology of this generation.

The shooting yesterday in El Paso is just one act in a series of escalating acts of political violence in the United States. In my opinion, things will get much worse in this country before they get better. Increasing political centralization has exposed fundamental differences amongst Americans and is making coexistence between the Left and the Right increasingly impossible. This high stakes political climate coupled with a generation of young men who feel atomized and without purpose will lead to greater and greater violence.

President Donald Trump has considered threatening to impose a naval blockade on Venezuela if Nicolas Maduro does not resign as President of Venezuela. This would be a disastrous policy that would not only make all Venezuelans see the USA as their enemy, but may even lead to a civil war which could destabilize the region, sending hundreds of thousands of refugees north to the US border.

Yesterday, President Trump announced a new set of 10% on Chinese goods just one day after Federal Reserve Chairman, Jerome Powell, announced a hawkish rate cut. Trump's new tariffs were almost certainly a direct response to Powell's performance yesterday which "let us down" according to the President. The intention here being that more trade turbulence will encourage the Fed to cut rates to compensate. Trump is playing Powell like a fiddle.

Yesterday, President Trump announced a new set of 10% on Chinese goods just one day after Federal Reserve Chairman, Jerome Powell, announced a hawkish rate cut. Trump's new tariffs were almost certainly a direct response to Powell's performance yesterday which "let us down" according to the President. The intention here being that more trade turbulence will encourage the Fed to cut rates to compensate. Trump is playing Powell like a fiddle.

Tulsi Gabbard called out Kamala Harris last night for being a tough on crime drug warrior who locked peaceful people in cages and used them as slave labor. Harris' record as a career prosecutor is not exactly a plus to much of the democratic base. Harris refused to deny any of Tulsi's accusations and instead deflected by equating Tulsi's antiwar position with a love of Bashar Al Assad.

The Federal Reserve finally announced its long anticipated 0.25% rate cut today. However markets were not satisfied by this alone, as Powell's bullish statements about the US economy dampened hopes for future rate cuts to further inflate the US stock market bubble. I expect Fed officials to walk Powell's statements today and warm markets up to the idea of another rate cut after the next Fed meeting to "sustain the expansion," as Powell puts it.

Nigel Farage has offered to work with Boris Johnson's Conservative Party in a pro-Brexit coalition to smash the Remoaners in the Labour Party along with the Lib Dems. I am skeptical of Nigel's plan however, as the Brexit Party's general election viability is untested at this point.

The Federal Reserve, lead by Chairman Jerome Powell is haunted by the crash of 2008 and is desperate to avoid such a crisis as long as they are in office. The Fed this week is expected to cut interest rates by 0.25% in order to stave off the next recession. The paradox of such thinking however is that the longer recession is delayed, the worse the impending recession becomes.

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