The U.S. Presidential election was rigged even before the first ballot was cast. The Rothschilds were up to their old tricks – funding both sides of the war in order to fuel chaos, derive maximum profit, and ensure they retain ultimate influence when the new order emerges. Everybody knows Hillary Clinton was the establishment’s candidate of choice, backed by the Rothschilds and the New World Order.
China have issued an ominous warning to incoming President Donald Trump, saying that he better “get in line” soon or “pay dearly”. Chinese state media reported on Tuesday that Trump’s phone-call with Taiwan’s president and subsequent Twitter rant attacking Beijing, represents a potential severing of diplomatic relations between the US and China. Yahoo News reports: “Provoking friction and messing up China-US relations won’t help ‘make America great again'”, said a front-page opinion piece in the overseas edition of Communist Party mouthpiece People’s Daily.
In the final weeks of his Presidency, Barack Obama has finally admitted to Donald Trump that the U.S. helped to create ISIS. The outgoing President told stunned military personnel on Tuesday that U.S. foreign policy helped to give rise to ISIS/Daesh and that Trump will have a tough job ahead of him of washing the blood from America’s hands.
A popular children’s doll has been found to collect and transmit personal information from unsuspecting children to a U.S. defense contractor. According to a complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday, the My Friend Cayla doll and I-Que Intelligent Robot toy, made by Genesis Toys Inc., secretly record everything children say and send the information to a defense contractor named Nuance Communications.
Blackrock's chief multi-asset strategist summed up tomorrow's anxiously awaited ECB meeting best by noting that "what’s priced into markets is a fully fledged extension of the [bond-buying] program," but warns that, thanks to a muted reaction to the Italy vote and recent encouraging data, "there’s a significant chance the ECB disappoints markets." As bond traders bet on a six-month QE extension, Citi warns, anything less will be seen as hawkish and send EUR surging.