For How Long will the Era of Cheap Silver Prices Continue? One of the running themes of the silver market since the economy recovered from the financial crisis has been an apparent disconnect between silver prices and the realities of supply and demand. Even as demand for the precious metal has consistently been strong from… Continue reading Silver Where Art Thou? Silver Demand Rose 17% Last Year While Supply Actually Fell
Run Up To Arrest Warrant: SEOUL, March 19 (Xinhua) -- South Korean prosecutors on Monday requested an arrest warrant on former President Lee Myung-bak over a series of corruption charges. The Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office called for a Seoul court to issue a warrant to arrest Lee, who served out his five-year presidential term… Continue reading France & South Korea Arrest Their Ex-Presidents For Corruption: Nuremberg Begins To Rise From The Ashes
Bitcoin's value plunged on Tuesday, falling to $11,300—the lowest value the virtual currency has seen in 2018. Bitcoin's value is down more than 20 percent over the last 24 hours, and down 42 percent from December's all-time high of around $19,500. Top 11 Countries Which Have Banned Bitcoin Nobel Laureate Economist Joseph Stiglitz Says Bitcoin Doesn’t… Continue reading Bitcoin Price Dives Below $11,000 As Profiteering Deepens: Synchronized Cryptocurrency Market Crashes By $165 Billion
The day's slide started around 9amET, when a burst of gold buying appears to have reset the correlation between XAU and BTC: Just a few hours later, Bitcoin is back below $16,000. [Who in the world can afford 1 Bitcoin ~ The US Middle Class? Think Again!] Nobel Laureate Economist Joseph Stiglitz Says Bitcoin Doesn’t Serve… Continue reading Bitcoin Futures Plunge – Fiat Crypto-Space Crumbles: Gold Buying Increases
South Korea’s economy outpaced earlier growth expectations due to a rise in silver semiconductor exports. Defying the elevated political tensions on the Korean Peninsula, South Korea’s economy has accelerated to its fastest rate in seven-years driven by robust domestic retail sales, as well as a pick-up in foreign trade. This brings the nation’s monetary policy into the spotlight, with investors and policymakers alike getting… Continue reading South Korea’s Silver Hi-Tech Exports: Economy Grows At Fastest Rate In 7 Years
Bitcoin’s growing pains continue, it seems. Throughout the year and leading up to the summer, investors, developers, and miners [The Elite Centralizers] engaged in a difficult and at times tense debate about how to scale the cryptocurrency to accommodate the growing customer base and transaction volume. The result was the adoption of new protocols which… Continue reading Fiat Bitcoin Centralizers Decided To Do Another Fiat Hard Fork For You On October 25, 2017
Ethereum and bitcoin dropped after South Korea banned domestic initial coin offerings and margin trading in cryptocurrencies. The Financial Services Commission in Seoul said all forms of ICOs are prohibited in the country, including projects that share profits, rights, dividends, and other "coin-style" offerings, according to a statement. The commission also banned the practice of… Continue reading South Korea Outlaws Cryptocurrencies Following China & Russia
China and Russia kicked off the second stage of their joint naval operations in the Sea of Japan amid rising tensions between the US and North Korea. The Chinese fleet, which consists of missile destroyers, frigates, submarines, helicopters and naval personnel arrived in the Russian port of Vladivostok on Monday. China & South Korea To… Continue reading China And Russia Hold Joint Naval Drills In Sea Of Japan
The unanswered question of the past several weeks is “What would China do to prevent a US attack on North Korea?” Well, the Chinese began to answer that question with military exercises and deployment of air defense forces designed to expand the roles of anti-missile units in size and scope of territory defended. China carries out… Continue reading China & South Korea To Prevent U.S. Deep State Attack On The Korean Peninsula
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — South Korean President Moon Jae-in ruled out a military option to resolve the standoff with the North, at a press conference on Thursday. "I say this with confidence that there will be no war on the Korean Peninsula ever again," Moon said, as quoted by the Yonhap news agency. Speaking at the event to mark 100 days in office, the South Korean president said his… Continue reading South Korean President Moon Jae-in Will Veto Any U.S. Military Option Against North Korea
Washington [Rothschild Bankers] wants war and bloodshed because the [Rothschild Bankers] Israeli regime is dictating what needs to be done. Trump is allowing that to happen. He is conniving with an essentially diabolical system, and this is really dangerous. South Koreans are slowly but surely realizing that making a deal with a nation that is… Continue reading South Korea Blocks U.S. Bankers Who Want To Be King
The global Monsanto genetically modified wheat scandal is getting worse. As a reminder, recently news broke out that a rogue genetically modified strain of wheat developed by Monsanto, had been found in an Oregon field late last month. But while modified food has long been a diet staple, this particular breed was the first discovery… Continue reading South Korea & Japan Shuts Down U.S. Monsanto Toxic Wheat Imports!
The religious subliminal psycho babble of the greedy banking cabal are their attempts to control the minds of the masses! World Financial Market To Be Rebalanced By Currency Revaluation! Silver & Gold Being Shut Down ‘For Awhile’ For Currency Revaluations ~ Get The Low Prices While It Lasts! She stands in front of a representation of the… Continue reading Hold Onto Your Lug Nuts: Epic Deluge Of Economic Release Is A Coming Our Way!
Apple has won an emphatic victory in its US patent battle with Samsung, after a California jury found that the South Korean electronics group infringed a substantial majority of contested design and user-interface patents. The jury awarded just over $1bn in damages to Apple after it found that several of Samsung’s smartphones “wilfully” infringed the patented appearance and… Continue reading Remembering Apple Macintosh’s Major Victory: Jury Awards $1.05 Billion Patent Victory To Apple!
(CNSNews.com) – Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu said the Obama administration’s decision to extend the deployment of 1,200 U.S. National Guard troops along the U.S. border with Mexico until Sept. 30 is “pandering” and that those numbers “fall far short” of what military power is needed to keep the country safe. Babeu noted, for comparison, the 28,500 U.S.… Continue reading Arizona Sheriff: ‘If Decapitating Police Officers Is Not Terrorism, What is?’: More Troops At Korean Border Than Deadly U.S. Mexican Border.