Hello, this is Scott and this is the Hyper
Report. Today’s report is sponsored by the free book
‘Ramblings of a Madman’. Here are quotes for various items. First…
Scramble Deutsche Bank has 54.7 trillion euros in derivatives
which is about 20 times Germany’s GDP of 2.7 trillion euros. To raise badly needed capital,
Deutsche Bank is preparing to raise 8 billion euros through new shares, at up to a 30% discount,
by the end of June. Something tells me that this is not going to go very well. Of course,
the top 5 U.S. banks hold over 290 trillion dollars in derivatives, which is 18.5 times
the U.S. GDP of 15.7 trillion dollars. Next…
Full-Blown Currency Wars According to William Kaye, the West is going
to be impoverished when the U.S. dollar collapses. The mainstream media will not report the truth
about how other central banks print like crazy to keep their currencies on par with the dollar.
In addition, all of this could easily culminate in a major conflict and possibly even World
War III. He goes on to say that it is like a situation where there are a lot of fingers
in the dike, and you just don’t know which one finger being removed might cause the dike
to give way. Next…
Madder Than Hell Obama, who ordered access to Veterans memorials
be blocked on the first day of a government shutdown, who over saw cost-of-living cuts
for veterans is reportedly “madder than hell” about the VA scandal? Perhaps, only because
it is now a scandal involving his administration. Next…
High School Seniors According to a report by the National Center
for Education Statistics, Less than 40% of high school seniors in America have sufficient
academic skills in math and reading to pass entry-level college courses. With that said,
if they have a pulse and a college loan, colleges will welcome them with open arms. Next…
Armed USDA The U.S. Department of Agriculture is set
to purchase an unknown quantity of sub-machine guns. In fact, they want guns with a 30 round
capacity. Of course, they will likely practice using hollow point bullets on targets of children
and pregnant women. Who could have thought that raw milk was that deadly? Next…
Fluoride About 60,000 households in Florida rejected
spending 800,000 dollars to poison err… fluoridate their water supply. Even Dallas,
Texas is considering stopping the five decade long scheme. People are either waking up to
fluoride, which was used by Nazis in Concentration camps, or the economics are forcing people
to make better decisions. Either way, this is a good thing. Finally, please prepare now for the escalating
economic and social unrest. Good Day!