Donald Trump & Japanese Blockchain Researcher SoftBank Reach Deal on $50 Billion US Investment & 50,000 Jobs




Donald J Trump tweeted Tuesday that SoftBank of Japan agreed to invest $50 billion in the US towards businesses and 50,000 new jobs. The tweet comes on the even of Pearl Harbor, a scar on the memory of both nations. In announcing the deal, Mr. Trump makes good on a campaign promise to improve international relations. 

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Trump: “Companies are not going to leave the United States anymore without consequences”



“Companies are not going to leave the United States anymore without consequences. Not going to happen. It’s not going to happen, I’ll tell you right now,” Trump said on Thursday at a rally in Indiana as he boasted about the job’s he’d saved at Carrier, a company that purportedly planned to go to move 2,100 jobs to Mexico.

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Islamic Financial Institutions get Standard for Gold Products




Islamic Institutions, which follow guidelines issued by a Bahrain based group, now have a new sharia standard for gold-based products so as to incorporate bullion into Islamic finance.

Gold has long been seen as currency in Islamic finance. Investors, however, have yet to speculate on its future value since no clear policy on how to trade gold. (more…)

Obama Administration Blocks New Gold Mining Claims Outside of Yellowstone

The U.S. moved Monday to block gold mining outside of Yellowstone National Park, and the Obama Administration is seeking to keep industry out of natural and environmentally sensitive areas. 

Mining claims on 30,370 acres to the north of Yellowstone would be prohibited for at least two years. A long-term ban is being considered, according to Interior Secretary Sally Jewell on a visit to Montana’s Paradise Valley, according to The Missoulian. Last week interior officials blocked new oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean, and cancelled 25 oil and gas leases in west Colorado, as well as 15 in northwestern Montana. (more…)

Donald Trump Said He’d Consider A Gold Standard



Marijuana for medical purposes? President-elect Donald J. Trump is for it. Helping people when they come to the US asking for help? “Absolutely,” he says, with a caveat: “People have to come into the country legally.” Man buns he admits have “never been my thing.” 

As for bringing back the gold standard, the global economy order until World War II, President-elect Trump thinks it will be hard but is open-minded.

“Bringing back the gold standard would be very hard to do, but boy would it be wonderful,” he said. “We’d have a standard on which to base our money.” (more…)

Syrian President: “Somewhere Between the Cold War and World War III”

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said the Syrian conflict is somewhere “between the Cold War and Third World War.” Syria needs help he says, yet receives little international support.
“We call it a world war, but it’s a world war against Syria, tens of countries against us, sending those terrorists money and logistics, whereas our army is only Syrian, so we struggled.”  Assas sees no solution in sight.

“If you ask me what the topics would be for a political solution, I don’t know,” he said. “No one has proposed anything. To talk about a political solution while the other side is controlled by masters in Saudi, Turkey, the UK, the USA, and France is not realistic. The core of the problem is those countries are interfering. If they stop, then the terrorists will be weak and leave or be defeated, and then we can sit as Syrians and talk about solutions,” the Syrian president added. He applauds military support of Russia,

“What made the difference, of course, was firepower. They have firepower we don’t have,” he said, noting that, while other allies in the region have provided help, it has been far from enough.

Trump & Clinton Debate Sex Assault Comments Tape

Early in the Presidential Debate, attention turned to recent recordings leaked from a 2005 discussion in which Trump made derogatory comments towards women.

“This was locker room talk,” he said. “I’m not proud of it. I apologize to my family, to the American people. Certainly, I’m not proud of it.”

He added: “I have great respect for women. Nobody has more respect for women than i do. You hear these things. I was embarrassed by it. I have tremendous respect for women, and women have respect for me.” 

Like everyone else, I spent a lot of thinking over the last 48 hrs about what we heard and saw,” Mrs. Clinton said. “With prior republican nominees, I disagreed with them on policies and principles, but I never questioned their fitness to serve. Donald trump is different. I said starting back in June he was not fit to be commander and chief.  And many republicans and independents have said the same thing. What we all saw and heard on Friday was Donald talking about women, what he thinks about women, what he does to women, and he has said the video doesn’t represent who he is. But i think it’s clear to anyone who heard it that it represents  who he is. We’ve seen this throughout the campaign, we have seen him assault women, rate women on appearance, ranking them from 1 to 10, we’ve seen him embarrass woman on TV and Twitter. We saw him after the first debate, nearly a week denigrating a former miss universe in the harshest most personal terms.”

She added: “Yes, this is who Donald Trump is. But it’s not only women, and it;s not only this video that raises questions about his fitness to be our president because he has also targeted immigrants, native americans, latinos, people with disabilities, pows, muslims and so many others.”

Trump concluded: “Its just words, those words. I’ve been hearing them for many years, I heard them when they were running senate where Hillary was gonna bring jobs back to upstate New York and she failed. Hillary is constantly talking about inner cities which are a disaster education wise.  I am going to help african americans, latinos, hispanics.” He then evoked Bill Clinton.

“What President Clinton did he was impeached, lost his license to practice law, he had to pay 850k to one of the women, Paula Jones,” he said. “I will tell you, that when Hillary brings up a point like that and she talks about words i said years ago, i think it’s disgraceful and I think she should be ashamed of herself.”

Clinton then riposted: “I am reminded of what my friend Michelle Obama advised us all: ‘when they go low, you go high.'”