Greg Hunter, Published on Oct 16, 2014
“10,000 Cases of Ebola per Week,” that’s what the World Health Organization says we could be getting in West Africa in a few months. So, why are there no flight restrictions out of West Africa? Do the dimwits at the CDC not understand the concept of quarantine? This is the number one protocol of infectious disease, and many doctors and politicians are saying the same thing.
The stock market is having some wicked gyrations. Look at how the USA Today characterized the big rebound after it plunged 460 points. The headline reads “Bargain Hunters Rescue Stocks From Gut Punch.” Really? Bargain hunters? You mean the USA Today doesn’t know the President’s Working Group on Financial Markets or the Plunge Protection Team is alive and well today? Bargain hunters? Please stop calling yourselves journalists.
Also, in economic news, China is the new number one economy in the world, according to the International Monetary Fund. That’s right. America is the number two economy in the world, and it may never be number one again.
Finally, Harvey Organ’s website of 15 years was taken down by court order. Harvey Organ reports on inventories of gold and silver at COMEX and the LBMA. I have talked to Harvey by phone, and he still does not know why his site was taken down.