Tuesday, September 8, 2015


Watching Russia:

If you needed another reason to watch dates in September, then here's one.

Russian submarine with 20 ICBMs and 200 nuclear warheads is sailing to Syria; due to arrive SEPT 14

The sub left Sept 4. Prompts phone call from Kerry.

Russian Military Presence In Syria Risks "Confrontation" With US-Backed Forces, Kerry Warns Lavrov

Now, Sept 8, we have this . . .

Moscow Stock Exchange Breaks, All Trading Halted For "Glitch"; will Russians blame the Americans?

Hmmmm . . .

And Obama is pressuring Greece. Considering Greece went hat in hand a few months ago looking for financial help and came away with nothing . . .

In Major Escalation, Washington Demands Greece Blocks Its Airspace For Russian Flights To Syria



And this date to watch in Sept

SEPT 30: UN chief to hold meetings to breathe fresh life into peace talks

Here are the names of the 34 senators who support Obama's nuke deal

Kerry: Israel safer under Obama's nuke deal

Cheney: Obama Leading US to Nuclear War

Greenfield: Why won't Obama stop lying about Iran's military budget?

Grider: Iran’s Coming Attack On Israel Being Financed By Money From Obama Nuclear Deal

JPost: EU close to decision on labeling products from Israeli settlements

Interesting same-time frame timing:

‘Uncountable Millions’ Of Migrants Heading To Europe Warns Hungary PM


Economic turmoil:

The Numbers Are In: China Dumps A Record $94 Billion In US Treasurys In One Month

Mass Confusion: Fate Of US Treasurys Is Great Unknown Amid China Dumping

China's worst nightmare: the US's oil weapon

The IMF Just Confirmed The Nightmare Scenario For Central Banks Is Now In Play

Peter Schiff Warns: Meet QT - QE's Evil Twin

Welcome to Quantitative Tightening as $12 Trillion Reserves Fall

Death Crosses Spread To All Corners Of The Market

Starbucks CEO tells those who support traditional marriage to not buy his coffee; he doesn't want your money


Watching South America, Mexico:

Hold on, Brazil's and MEXICO's economies are in big trouble

The Emerging Market Heat Map Is Flashing Red; Brazil ticks the most boxes, Mexico not far behind

Just when you thought it couldn't get worse for Brazil

Bye, Bye Brazil

China gives Venezuela $5 billion loan