Dems Racist Desperate Panic, Minorities for Trump, Economic Update

By Greg Hunter’s (WNW 395 8.9.19)

Democrats’ hateful claim of racism for everything Trump is a sheer act of desperation. They looked bad with Mueller and the Russian “hoax.” Democrat debates have exposed a crazy side of the party that is a huge turnoff to most people, and impeachment is a very long shot. It appears the Democrats know they are not doing well, so they push a false narrative of racism and another hoax of widespread “White Nationalism.” Dems got nothing for 2020, and they know it.

Meanwhile, the Democrats have to be stunned by a new poll of Blacks and Hispanics that do NOT support more illegal immigration. In a Harvard Poll, nearly 70 percent say they want border security and will vote that way in the 2020 Presidential Election. Yet, another reason for the Democrat and mainstream propaganda machine to constantly cry racism to dissuade people from voting for the GOP and Trump.

The yield curve inverted this week. That means the interest rate you can get for tying up your money for 1-month was higher than tying up your money for 10-years. This is a sure warning sign from the bond market that something is terribly wrong, and it is signaling we are heading into another recession. Gold and silver were also popping this week to multi-year highs.

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  1. Ken Weberg

    Greg as a kid ( Now 70 ) I could do more damage throwing rocks than I could with my BB gun. ( Which I went to JR hunters school to have ) What part of will not infringe don’t these ass hats understand. I am with Charlton Heston. Look I’m a Vietnam combat vet . Trained by Green Barets. At fort Benning Georgia and yet the folks like Dippy diane Fienstien has a right to carry. PLEASE. Trump better back off these gun control MEMEs and go after the drug people. We send our troops to Afghanistan and picture after picture they are guarding the poppy fields. Big money for the Clinton / Bush cartels. Launder 6 hundred million and with fractional reserves its now 600 billion. Enough said

    • Montana Guy

      Ken Weberg, Operation Buffalo in 1967 finally woke me up. We lost so many good boys. For what? More importantly, for whom? NeoCons and bankers!

      Americans have learned jack from Vietnam. They love war. How many here are publicly protesting Trump’s continuance of perpetual wars? How many support individual Liberty? They are allowed to vote so they think they are free. The Slave Master keeps changing but their plantation doesn’t.

      Americans have been cleverly channeled into 2 corrals. Both the Left and Right hate each other. Honestly, if either could push a button and destroy the other group they would. So much hate. You see it here almost every day. Dare to speak out for Jesus’ principle of non-aggression and you will be mocked or censored.

      • William Stanley

        Montana Guy:
        Here I unkindly use you to make a point, even while disagreeing only with some of your points and knowing full well that you mean to imply some unstated understandings and nuances. Please forgive me: I find much wisdom in your comments, but I’ve tended to voice my disagreements rather than my agreements and will mostly (unfortunately) continue that here.
        1. IMO, most Americans do not love war. However, certain interests (some based in America) think that THEY benefit from war (and some of them know that the wars they promote are harmful to America and most Americans, not to mention to most (but not all) people in countries on the “other” side).
        2. I perceive much less hate than you do in one of the “corrals” (the anti-Globalist one) as compared with the other.
        3. I’m troubled by (but not dismissive of) your invocation of Jesus’ principle — as you call it — of “non-aggression.” Although I’m not a student of the Bible, I tend to agree with those of you who would argue that when Jesus told his disciples to sell their cloaks to buy swords, he was not abandoning pacifism (turning the other cheek) — rather, he was speaking elliptically and metaphorically (spiritual swords). In any event, defense of self and others with physical weapons is not “aggression.” Moreover, IMO, Jesus’ words can be taken too categorically as well as too literally . . . and inappropriately applied out of context, i.e., out of the context of personal spiritual growth and “salvation.” Truly, I don’t mean to offend anyone with this take on scripture . . . it’s just my opinion based on my own cognitive biases.

      • Galaxy500

        Where did you get the idea that Jesus would not fight? Did you miss Jesus and the money changers at the Temple?

        • Uncommon sense

          you must be pretty relieved now they finally got to Epstein.

          • William Stanley

            Uncommon sense,
            The photo that I saw seems to indicate that his skin-tone was still pretty pink for a guy that had been dead for over an hour. I guess that we have to believe what we’ve been told, though. Then again, the video-monitor tapes of his cell will tell us more . . . won’t they?

            • William Stanley

              I wonder who took “the photo”?

        • Rob

          Driving the money changers from the temple with a scourge of cords by snapping them in the air does not prove Jesus ever fought with anyone:

          John 2:14-17 And he found in the temple those that sold oxen and sheep and doves, and the changers of money sitting: (15) and he made a scourge of cords, and cast all out of the temple, both the sheep and the oxen; and he poured out the changers’ money, and overthrew their tables; (16) and to them that sold the doves he said, Take these things hence; make not my Father’s house a house of merchandise. (17) His disciples remembered that it was written, Zeal for thy house shall eat me up.

          Jesus told Pilate neither He or his servants would fight:

          John 18:36 Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence.

          And proved it by willingly laying Himself down on the cross:

          John 10:17-18 Therefore doth the Father love me, because I lay down my life, that I may take it again. (18) No one taketh it away from me, but I lay it down of myself. I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it again. This commandment received I from my Father.

          Luke 23:34 And Jesus said, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do. And parting his garments among them, they cast lots.

        • Prophet

          Jesus tipped over tables and ran them off he didnt kill anyone

      • Frederick

        Montana Guy Not me I marched against that horrible war in 1969 My father as well who served as a Navy dentist in a MASH unit in Korea

      • Freebrezer

        MG – You are so full of propaganda per the conservative rights views – The conservative right is mostly Christians (I.e. love your neighbor type of people – and if you are down on your luck these are the people most likely to help you) … the vast majority of the hate is on the left (period). And yes you have the neo-nazi (white supremiscist), but really how many are there? I guy I like, John Lott (Book -More guns less crime), puts their number around 2000 +. Hell … you have two thousand antifa at every Oregon protest riot. Nope – the left promotes hate to gain power! Step out and don’t be a sheep and fall for the left’s propaganda! Per Nam – the deep state via LBJ (A democrat/evil, evil son of bitch!!!!) got us into that hell hole! Trump is slowly getting us out of these wars – Start with Syria as an example … The cure always take much longer to recover vs. the disease!

        • Greg Hunter

          I have asked “Montana Guy” to give me a verifiable name to check if he is a troll and he won’t do it. He ignores me and so I continue to block his comments. So, don’t expect an answer from him/it paid troll.

          • susan

            Montana Guy does not reflect the majority of Montanans. He’s even more whack-a-doodle than a lot of liberals here. By the way, I am a Montana Girl.

            • Greg Hunter

              Thank you Susan!

          • Freebrezer

            Greg – thanks … I kind of think his comments fall in to the think tank companies that send out stuff to get a gauge of the response … this for elections. Princeton Analytics is a prime mover of this genre.

          • Montana Guy

            Greg, what do you fear about truth? (This is Greg Hunter and I cut off this comment. What ABOUT A REAL VERIFIABLE NAME SO I KNOW YOU ARE NOT A PAID TROLL? I have asked many times, and you ignore me this is why I am not publishing any of your comments. All you give me is a phony email address “[email protected] Total fake email and you are a total fake too!! I don’t need thought shaping paid troll $#!t disturbers here. This is why I will not publish your many comments here. I want good thoughtful comments from real people, which you are not one.)

    • paul ...

      Ken … How could Trump be so idiotic and easily fooled (by Demon-rat planned mass murder incidents) into going over to the Deep Dark Side “gun control freaks” … and right before the 2020 election? … is he purposely “trying to destroy his base” so he can get out of the hot seat with just one term?? … if he is turning to the Dark Side (to take away or put controls on our weapons) … he should “go all the way” … and for every gun Trump allows the Demon-rat politicians to take away from ordinary American citizens (trying to keep invaders out of their homes) … he should also take away a nuclear weapon from the Deep State Washington politicians … then watch how the morally perverted Pedophile Drug Lords scream about how much “they need their nukes” for protection from outside invaders (who may take over their very lucrative drug rackets)!!!

    • Rob

      Ken there is much more than gun control coming in this next decade as NSA whistle blower Bill Binney clearly proves in this interview:

      They are moving toward a digital currency that will give them total control of money and thus food in the next decade:

      This is all prophesied to separate the sons of perdition from the sons of God:

  2. Frederick

    Greg, I just got back from Poland and I met quite a few likeminded people while there We drank beer and discussed these subjects and were pretty much on the same page regarding homosexuality and pedofilia and the FED Let me tell you there are far more people who think like us than we know One guy was Polish living in Mauritius and another was from Cleveland living in Warsaw Two more were from Chile living in Warsaw Had a nice time hanging with brothers like that There is Hope in Eastern Europe and the Southern US anyway

  3. William Stanley

    Mr. Hunter:
    Good focus, thanks!
    It’s no longer a question of IF disaster is coming; nor is it a huge mystery about WHEN (pretty soon); nor is it a question about WHERE (terrible everywhere, worse in the cities). The question now is: HOW are we going to prepare for it?

    • paul ...

      HOW are we going to prepare? … buy these … … 1942 to 1945 war nickels will be “the new $50 dollar silver piece” when silver goes to its constant dollar value of $1250 per ounce!!

      • paul ...

        Some may say a “silver nickel” worth $50 dollars? … that’s preposterous! … yet the devaluation of all currencies and then an upward revaluation of gold has been in the long-term plans of the central banksters for many years (Jim Sinclair who has close connections with the banksters has been warning us repeatedly that a re-set of the gold price is coming … the banksters have been allowing a redistribution of world gold reserves (to allow countries with excessive US dollar surpluses “like China” to hedge themselves against a dollar devaluation … but with the current hate and animosity between the US and China now growing … an upward revaluation of gold will likely be done a lot sooner then everyone expects … as the banksters need to reliquify their western central banking system to successfully fight a currency war with China … Chase already knows it will be so wealthy (with all the tons of silver it currently owns) that it is already forgiving the Credit card debts of Canadians!!

        • paul ...

          When push comes to shove and governments can’t use fiat the way they once did but “need gold” to run their economies … who do you think will become a target? … greedy government officials in need of money will see gold mining companies making “excess profits” … and they will either tax it away from them or just nationalize the gold mining companies (the way China is now nationalizing banks) … this is why I say holding physical gold “is safer” then buying gold mining companies that can provide some very extraordinary gains … you know the outstanding short position in silver is so large that when these shorts are forced to cover there won’t be any silver for them to buy to cover their shorts … and that is when you will see silver gap up by $10 dollars a day for weeks at a time … here is a good interview held today between Sprott and Hemke discussing the precious metals market …

          • Jodyp

            Paul, just buy junk silver. Premiums are low, sometimes non existent. And a silver dime is worth about 25 cents more.

      • Galaxy500

        How much time are you going to spend having to educate the person that it is not a nickel?
        I am going to stick with coins easily identifiable and identified as silver or gold.
        What you are talking about is a collapse of the economic system. Also, these coins typically sell at a premium

        • Uncommon sense

          Have to agree with you on this one.

  4. Mark James

    Great WNW as always! Thank you!

    What do you think about raising the purchase age for AR-type weapons to age 25? I know the purpose of the 2nd Amendment is to protect us from tyranny (not hunting as they would like us to believe). I also know that in many cases the AR guns were acquired illegally — or just high capacity / extended clip semi-automatic guns were used. I also know the Vegas shooter was well over 25.

    Developmental Psychologists tend to agree that the brain is not fully formed until age 25. You cannot typically rent a car until age 25. AOC is 29 years old and doesn’t know what a garbage disposer is for, if that tells you anything. Maybe this wouldn’t be such a terrible idea?

    I think that would be the limit for me as far as any limitations on gun control. The expression of “from my cold dead hands” immediately comes to mind. Of course, I am also over 25… But I think back to when I was 18 and 21, and not really sure if people in that age group are ready for something that powerful. I could also see exceptions to that rule being justified, such as professional collectors, veterans, etc – subject to standard, existing background tests.

    There are so many guns out there now, so I don’t know if it would help or not. I also realize that the larger problem is mental health. So that is why you have people stabbing people or running down crowds in trucks when they cannot get guns or bombs to spread their hate.

    What are your thoughts?

    Thanks Greg!

    • Greg Hunter

      “Shal not infringe”

      • Mark James

        Thanks Greg. After sleeping on it last night, I realized it probably wasn’t a good idea.

        Thank you! Have a GREAT weekend!

      • Mark James

        The other thought I had about this… you give an inch and they will take a mile. We will end up like Australia.

        Thanks again Greg! Really enjoyed the Charles Nenner Videos as well. 🙂

    • William Stanley

      Re:”Developmental Psychologists tend to agree that the brain is not fully formed until age 25.
      Wouldn’t that apply to every important decision, such as getting married, voting, or entering into contracts? Moreover, a lot of “fully-formed” brains still function pretty poorly.
      Indeed, just for fun (and mischievously), I’ll here describe the “Monty Hall” problem. I got it wrong at first and it’s taken me two days to figure out why.
      Consider a game where there are three doors; behind one, and only one, is a prize. The contestant gets to choose/guess which door hides the prize (and the prize always stays behind the door where it is placed). Then, Monty opens one of the unchosen doors which is always one without the prize (because he knows). The question is: should the contestant switch his choice to the remaining door, the one he didn’t originally choose?
      Counter intuitively for many of us, the contestant’s best strategy, the one giving him the highest probability of success, is ALWAYS for the him to switch.
      (Apparently most of us think it doesn’t matter because there is now a 50/50 chance of being right. Worse a lot of people will stick to the original choice because of the embarrassment of switching from a right decision to a wrong one. However, the truth is this: (1) always sticking with the original choice gives the contestant a 1/3 chance of success; (2) randomly choosing to switch yields a 1/2 chance of success; and (3) ALWAYS switching yields a 2/3 chance of success).
      Moral, lots of “mature” brains have cognitive biases which lead to bad decisions. Should Liberty, then, be allowed at any age? Or at a minimum, should it be restricted to those who can at least get the Monty Hall problem right?

    • Galaxy500

      How about knives? 4 times more people are killed in US with knives than with guns. And a high percentage of gun deaths suicides.
      It isn’t the tool, it’s the person.
      It shouldn’t take 30 years to put a criminal to death

      • Uncommon sense

        yep, and that person is usually medicated up to his eyeballs on legal pharmaceutical drugs.

        • Frederick

          No doubt SSRIs play a huge role

      • MCasey

        It is illegal to bring into the UK, sell, hire, lend or give anyone the following:
        • butterfly knives (also known as ‘balisongs’) – a blade hidden inside a
        handle that splits in the middle
        • disguised knives – a blade or sharp point hidden inside what looks
        like everyday objects such as a buckle, phone, brush or lipstick
        • flick knives (also known as ‘switchblades’ or ‘automatic knives’) – a
        blade hidden inside a handle which shoots out when a button is
        • gravity knives
        • stealth knives – a knife or spike not made from metal (except when
        used at home, for food or a toy)
        • zombie knives – a knife with a cutting edge, a serrated edge and
        images or words suggesting it is used for violence
        • swords, including samurai swords – a curved blade over 50cm
        (with some exceptions, such as antiques and swords made to
        traditional methods before 1954)
        • sword-sticks – a hollow walking stick or cane containing a blade
        • push daggers
        • blowpipes (‘blow gun’)
        • telescopic truncheons – extend automatically by pressing button or
        spring in the handle
        • batons – straight, side-handled or friction-lock truncheons
        • hollow kubotans – a cylinder-shaped keychain holding spikes
        • shurikens (also known as ‘shaken’, ‘death stars’ or ‘throwing stars’)
        • kusari-gama – a sickle attached to a rope, cord or wire
        • kyoketsu-shoge – a hook-knife attached to a rope, cord or wire
        • kusari (or ‘manrikigusari’) – a weight attached to a rope, cord, wire
        • hand or foot-claws
        • knuckledusters

        Contact your local police to check if a knife or weapon is illegal.

  5. Marie Joy