I've a new private blog post up on my Patreon for subscribers detailing the effects the latest twists and turns of Brexit on markets like the U.S. Treasury and Gold markets and how I think they will turn. As always, the Market Reports happen twice weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays to help make sense of … Continue reading Private Blog: How the Market is Preparing for Brexit
During most of the RussiaGate investigation against Donald Trump I kept saying that all roads lead to Hillary Clinton. Anyone with three working brain cells knew this, including 'Miss' Maddow, whose tears of disappointment are particularly delicious. Robert Mueller's investigation was designed from the beginning to create something out of nothing. It did this admirably. … Continue reading With RussiaGate Over Where’s Hillary?
After a lot of drama, British Prime Minister Theresa May came back from Brussels with a breakthrough on Brexit. Only it wasn't. While the changes to the protocol that governs the implementation of the Irish Backstop are an improvement they are far fro enough to allay the rightful fears of Brexiteers and the Northern Irish. … Continue reading Blackmail, Balderdash and the Brexit that Wasn’t
So the EU has given the U.K. a 48 hour ultimatum to come up with an acceptable change to the Irish Backstop. But, the problem is, and Brussels knows this, there is no acceptable change to the Irish Backstop. There can be no re-implementation of a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland and the … Continue reading Brexit Ultimatums Fly Freely Betraying Bad Faith
A court in Sicily has ruled that Interior Minister, leader of The League and all-around Euroskeptic bad-ass Matteo Salvini should stand trial for kidnapping migrants held in abeyance off Italy's shores. “I confess,” Salvini said in a video posted to his Facebook page, “there is no need for a trial. It’s true, I did it … Continue reading Salvini the Kidnapper Officially Has the EU Scared
This is the attitude of those opposed to it. Any real separation of the U.K. from the European Union would result in a catastrophe which knows no bounds. They have ratcheted up Project Fear to the point now of saying there will be food shortages and permanent supply problems for fresh fruit if a hard … Continue reading Brexit Iceberg, Dead Ahead
The more I follow the details of the Brexit story the more I sense complete panic from the camp that wants to Remain in the European Union. Next week's vote for Prime Minister Theresa May's 'Plan B' deal will see a series of amendments voted on to tie the her hands between now and March … Continue reading Panic Time For Remainers Over Brexit
It's come down to this on Brexit. Who is Theresa May actually working for? The People? Or the unelected oligarchy I call The Davos Crowd? If it's the former then May had a very good week. Her terrible deal went down in flames, but she knew this would happen. She then invited her opposition, Jeremy Corbyn of … Continue reading Brexit Hinges on What Theresa May is Thinking