Threats

Despite Attacks and Threats, a Brazilian Priest Distributes Aid to São Paulo’s Growing Homeless Population

By Talita Fernandes and Liam Anderson In São Paulo, city authorities estimate that around 24,000 people are living on the streets, a number that is on the rise as more people find themselves without a job during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the midst of this crisis, Father Julio Lancellotti and his São Miguel Arcanjo parish…

JPMorgan Warns Crowded Trades And Euphoric Consensus Are The Biggest Threats For Markets

Last month, during our 13-F postmortem, we showed that just as hedge funds had gone all-in stocks, or rather a handful of momentum stocks, resulting in record gross and net hedge fund leverage… … which also meant a record drop in S&P short interest as any remaining bears have been ritualistically slaughtered in the last…

Governor Forced to Back Down as Citizens Stand Up to Threats of Arrest Over Mask Order

By Matt Agorist Across the world, governments are using their only tool — which is force, or the threat of — in a futile attempt to fight COVID-19. Because the government does not act on logic and reason and instead makes knee jerk reactionary measures that almost always end in loss of freedom, the citizens…