The number one news story of 2017 will be the public call for ending the dollar as the global reserve currency

For the past eight years, the idea that the world is going through a paradigm shift… a frequency change if you will, has been simmering in the background of economic, political, and geo-political events.  And if there was a beginning point for it all, it would have to be the global financial crisis that shocked the world in 2008.

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The novel way for President-Elect Trump to make Mexico pay for the wall

Over the past couple of decades, cities have been using an interesting and unique tax scheme to help pay for sports stadiums without putting too much of a burden on their own citizens.  It is called the hospitality tax, and is only imposed on out of state individuals who stay at hotels, casinos, and other resort or overnight facilities.

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While the U.S. wastes time blaming Russia for hacking, Moscow looks to pluck Japan away from the West

It has not been a very good year for the U.S. establishment, which saw their power take a severe blow with the election of Donald Trump as the next President.  And when you couple this with the failures of the shadow government’s gambit in Syria, perhaps it is not surprising that the once great nation known as America is little more than a paper tiger who is now relegated to blaming scapegoats for just about every one of their failures.

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Despite the dollar on the precipice of 14 year highs, China still chugging away in attracting nations to the Yuan

Thanks to Mario Draghi’s big yawn announcement earlier this week where he jawboned that little would change with the European Central Bank’s monetary policy now, and in 2017, the dollar rebounded from its recent decline below 100 to soar back to just below 102 on the index.  And with this level the dollar remains above its 13 year highs achieved days after Donald Trump was elected President, and hovers just below a 14 year high point in overall strength against major currencies.

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The fate of the Euro, the EU, and the Western banking system could change tomorrow

In just a few hours the Italian people will wake up and go out to vote on what could be a national referendum even greater than the Brexit vote taken back in June.  This is because the outcome of the vote, whether Yea or Nay, could very well determine the futures of not only Italy’s place in the European Union, but also the solvency of Euro currency and of many Western banks.

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Bond markets and dollar strength screaming for a savior to usher in a currency reset

It is a fascinating thing where the propaganda media has achieved a two-fold deception on the American people over the course of the past 15 years.  The first deception involved the spinning of political beliefs and their being able to program whatever they desired in framing who were the good guys, and who were the bad in the annals of Washington.  And that was accomplished very well in 2008 and 2016 when they facilitated a black man with no experience or job record at all to move into the White House.

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The Trump Effect: Nations around the world rushing to re-negotiate deals with U.S. even before he gets into office

There is an interesting concept that perhaps even alternative economists, much less mainstream shills, never took into account… and that is that perhaps many of the trade deals that ended up removing American jobs twenty years ago weren’t exactly in the best interests of those who signed them.

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Ken Schortgen Jr., Debra Caruthers and @Evo_Consultants on What to Expect from a Trump Presidency

“The Professor” Ken Schortgen Jr. @FinanceExaminer talks the Exchange Stabilization Fund (ESF) intervention in the markets on Election Day and what a Trump presidency means for the near economic future, in terms of infrastructure spending, repatriation of dollars held by U.S. corporations overseas, renegotiating globalist trade agreements and tax cuts stimulus.

In a separate segment, Deb @BanksterSlayer Caruthers and @Evo_Consultants talk on November 10th about the global economic paradigm shift. – JWS 

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2016 Presidential election outcome being seen by some in same light as Y2K

One of the most interesting times in our history took place at the turn of the 21st century where not only were there potential threats coming from technological, financial, and political (Constitutional) perspectives, but the public itself started to become awake to the point where the phenomenon known as Prepping became mainstream.

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