Tag Archives: Sweden

The Russia hoax, liars, leakers and liberals are all about corruption at the highest level

The Dems still cannot belive that Trump won the election in 2016. They still blame on Putin and Russia, but President Trump won despite the fact that nearly everybody in MSM tried to destroy him. Not only that, the FBI and the Deep State tried to steal the election. It is corruption at the highest level.

Analyst Gregg Jarret reveals the real story behind Hillary Clinton’s deep state collaborators in government in his book The Russia Hoax. The illicit scheme to clear Clinton and frame Donald Trump. His book is now a New York Times best seller.

Judge Jeanine Pirro is also out with a book called Liars, Leakers and Liberals. The case against the Anti Trump conspiracy. Another New York Times bestseller. This is the story the Fake News media doesn’t want you to hear. A withering indictment of the Deep State plot against Trump and a firsthand account to the real presidency.

At this point in American history, people are the victims of a liberal sabotage of the presidency unlike anything we’ve ever witnessed. Nevertheless President Trump continues to fight every day to keep his promise to Make America Great Again.

This is bad, and much deeper than everyone thought. Mueller’s team is about corrupting justice. This is a story about people who think they have more power than anyone else, and they belive that the law doesn’t matter. Thats what Mueller’s team is about.

Pirros book uncovers the elements of this conspiracy, including fake news propaganda, law enforcement corruption at the highest level, national security leaks by the intelligence community, bureaucratic resistance to lawful and constitutional executive orders issued by the duly elected president and crooked deals with foreign governments by U.S officials sworn to defend the U.S constitution.

A nation cannot survive treason from within, but this is not unique to the U.S. We all know the story behind John F Kennedy. People doesnt belive in the Warren commission story. They blame on the police force in Texas, and the Deep State in the U.S.

Right after Trumps inauguration, he said Look to Sweden, and he is right. Sweden is burning. A country that have a similar story. Prime Minister Olof Palme was killed, but people doesnt belive in the story in a case that still is open. People is Sweden blame on the Police force. Just like the U.S.

Swedish author Jan Guillou write about a similar story in his book The Enemy within. A novel about Ewa Tanguy. She transferred early in the novel from the fraud squad of the Swedish police to Sapo, the National Security Police, a branch which she herself distinguishes on several occasions from the real police.

Ewa have colleagues whose methods are not simply questionable but even illegal. More worrying to Ewa, and presumably the author, is the extent to which the not so good cops can behave badly with the sanctions of the law.

The author has his own reason for a grudge against Sapo. In 1973 he and fellow journalist Peter Bratt revealed the existence of a government agency which secretly gathered information on Swedish citizens at home and abroad, using illegal surveillance. The revelation caused a scandal in Sweden.

While the work is one of fiction, its firm basis in reality is clear to any reader whose country has introduced such laws to further the so-called war on terrorism. A press review quoted in the book itself describes the text as not a fiction but more of a warning cry. A view clearly supported by the interview with the author that follows the body of the text.

Contrary to the conventional police drama, this novel raises more questions than it answers, not only about the guilt or otherwise of those eventually convicted, but also about the rights of such suspects both before and after arrest, about laws designed to target particular groups in a community, and about the destruction of aspects of democracy by the very processes that are supposed to protect it.


Leave a comment

Filed under Politics

The Fed kept the interest rate unchanged at 1,75 – 2% while Switzerland have negative interest rate at -0,75

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell announced on Wednesday that it kept the benchmark interest rate unchanged. The statement comes after a two-day meeting of the FOMC, which decides on monetary policy.

Powell said the job market would remain strong and inflation would stay around the 2 percent target for “several years.” This is great for the U.S because it gives the Fed some tools to use if the trouble are coming back. But what about the rest of the world? Are they healthy?

The picture is different in Switzerland. The Swiss National Bank kept its benchmark three-month Libor at -0,75 percent on June 21st, 2018. Interest rate in Switzerland reached an all time low of -0,75 percent in January of 2015, and it`s still at the same low-level. But they are not alone.

Denmark followed Switzerland in 2015 and dropped the interest rate to -0,75 only a month after them. The Danish central bank follows the path set by the ECB and the key rate will be raised or lowered when the ECB changes the refinance rate.

The Danish central bank`s main policy aim to hold the euro`s exchange rate within 2,25 percent either above or below 7,46038 kroner in an effort to keep inflation low and provide stability for exporter. Now the Danish rate is -0,65.

Sweden joined the negative interest club, and the central bank of Sweden held its benchmark interest rate at -0,5 percent on July 3rd, as widely expected, saying monetary policy needs to continue to be expansionary for inflation to remain close to target despite strong economic activity.

Japan is the last country in the world to have negative interest rate. They reached an all time low of -0,1 percent in July this year. The BOJ vowed to keep rate extremely low for extended period of time and opted for flexible bond buying at its July 2018 meeting.

In addition, Japan`s policymakers left its key short-term interest rate unchanged at -0,1 percent and kept its 10-year government bond yield target around 0 percent.

In other words; you are lending your money to governments and you are paying them interest for that, which mean it`s cheaper to put your money under your mattress. But that strategy can be very risky.

The goal is to make people spend money rather than pay a fee to keep it safe. This is intended to incentivize banks to lend money more freely and businesses and individuals to invest. This is how you make growth.

During deflationary periods, people and businesses hoard money instead of spending and investing. The result is a collapse in aggregate demand, which leads to prices falling even further. This again will lead to a slowdown in production and output which means higher unemployment.

Negative interest rates can be considered a last-ditch effort to boost economic growth, which means when all else has proved ineffective and may have failed. 21 countries like Spain, Italy, Greece, France, Finland and Malta to name a few, are holding its interest rate at 0,00. The Euro zone is joining the club.

In 2014, the ECB instituted a negative interest rate that only applied to bank deposits intended to prevent the Euro zone from falling into a deflationary spiral.

The ECB held its benchmark refinancing rate at 0 percent on July 26th and reiterated that the monthly pace of the net asset purchase will be reduced to €15 billion from September to December 2018, and will then end.

The ECB expect the interest rate to remain at their present levels at least through the summer of 2019, and in any case for as long as necessary to ensure the continued sustained convergence of inflation to levels that are below, but close to 2 percent over the medium term.

The risk surrounding the euro area growth outlook can still be assessed as broadly balanced. Uncertainties related to global factors, notably the threat of protectionism, remain prominent.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are those of the author and may not reflect those of Shiny bull. The author has made every effort to ensure accuracy of information provided; however, neither Shiny bull nor the author can guarantee such accuracy. This article is strictly for informational purposes only. It is not a solicitation to make any exchange in precious metal products, commodities, securities or other financial instruments. Shiny bull and the author of this article do not accept culpability for losses and/ or damages arising from the use of this publication.


Leave a comment

Filed under Politics

20 years since the Swedish DJ, Remixer, Producer and Songwriter Denniz Pop past away

Sweden is one of the biggest music exporter, and Denniz Pop is the main reason for that. Denniz Pop made hit after hit after hit, but suddenly it all stopped in 1998. Tragically he left us all very early in August 30, 1998 after less than a year of struggle against his stomach cancer.

Denniz Pop`s real name is Dag Krister Volle and his nickname was Dagge. He was born on 26 April 1963 to the Norwegian immigrants Jarl Gregar Volle and Anna Volle (neè Innsto).


(This is how one of the first SweMix record labels looked like in the 80`s. I have many of them in my own record collection. Good memories)


Much people around the world doesnt know who Denniz Pop is. They have never heard of him, but thats how he liked it. He didn`t want to stand in the spotlight, and very few in Main Stream Media wrote about him.

He started his career as a DJ in the early 80s in Stockholm and he quickly became one of the most well-known DJs in the Stockholm dance scene, and he was a great inspiration to many new DJ`s and to some he was probably THE reason they wanted to become a DJ.

People wanted to do all these great things that Denniz Pop was doing, Another famous Swedish DJ was Robert Watz, who is one half of the successful RobnRaz. He said Denniz Pop was the inspiration and the best disc jockey in Sweden!

In 1985, Denniz Pop and Robert Watz came up with the idea of creating a remix service like DMC (Disco Mix Club), and a year later they started SweMix which was founded by Denniz Pop, Renè Hedemyr (Remixer of Roxette), Stonebridge (the man behind Robin S and Show me love), Emil Hellman (Army of Lovers), Rob Below and JJ.

Denniz Pop fast became one of Swedens most wanted remixers. He always had this ear for how things should sound to be perfect and in his remixes he could put in a small sample of another record. As a former DJ I can remember his remix of Michael Jacksons Billy Jean, which he used time stretching.

In 1989 SweMix started to sign own artists and the company was divided into SweMix Records & Publishing and SweMix Productions. Dr Alban was one of the first artist to be signed and his debut single «Hello Africa» became a worldwide hit.

Dr Alban and Denniz Pop became famous all over the world and there is no doubt that it is because of Denniz Pop. He knew how it should sound like. Now, they started to earn a lot of money. About 50% of the income went to SweMix and the rest of the crew who were just sitting there drinking coffee. That wasn`t fair.

Denniz Pop didnt like that, so in 1992, SweMix splits up when Denniz Pop and Tom Talomaa startes their own record label called Cheiron. This is were things really starts to be big. Really big. Denniz Pop produced Dr Albans second album called «It`s my life».

The song «It`s my life» became a MegaHit. So was it for “No Coke”, “One love” and “Sing Hallelujah”, and Denniz Pop became a big name in the business and got lots of offers to produce and write music for other artists. A year later he produced Ace of Base and made the song «All that she wants».

It doesnt stop here. A year later he produced hits after hits for E-Type and Leila K. Later on, he made MegaHits for Backstreet Boys. He made a hit for Robyn, Papa Dee, Army of Lovers, Rednex, Real McCoy and Michael Jackosons nephews 3T album, while he also worked with Michael Jackson in the studio.

In 1998 he receives his first Grammy award (Swedish Music Industry Award). He got the jury`s special Honor Award, for all his great work and successes which placed Swedish Dance Music on the world map and have made Sweden the Third largest music exporting country in the world, after U.S and U.K.

Denniz Pop was too ill to receive the award in person because of his cancer, but everyone agrees to the fact that he was worth it, and people said;

«Denniz Pop was THE reason that the Swedish Dance Music became such a big export.»

Denniz Pop got the information in December 1997 that he had cancer and he was operated just weeks later. He was quite well until July 1998 when he very fast got worse and sadly past away on Sunday August 30, 1998. Thats excatly one year after Princess Dianas death.

It’s nice to hear how Max Martin keeps Denniz Pops memory and their special sound alive in worldwide hits. He made Britney Spears «Baby one more time» and during the 1999 MTV European Music Awards, Britney dedicated that award to the loving memories of Denniz Pop.

Britney Spears also had the following dedication to Denniz Pop in her album called «Baby one more time»;

To Denniz Pop; Your memory lives on in the beautiful music you wrote for me. Thank you.»

In 2016, Denniz Pop was honored and elected into the Swedish Music Hall of Fame. The Jury motivated the election;

«Denniz Pop; Sweden has during the past 25 years positioned itself as the world`s leadin country for pop music along with the US and Britain. A large part of this development can be traced to one single person; Dag «Denniz Pop» Volle (1963-1998) from Botkyrka Municipality. Denniz Pop was a record store clerk and disc jockey who transferred his youths intensive music listening (what makes certain songs catch?) and dance floor studies in the field (what makes people dance?) to, without playing any instrument, start creating his own music with the help of initially record players and then computers.

Denniz Pop created a new way to make music. A non-hierarchical teamwork with different specialists called in. An operation method that changed and shaped today`s international pop music. One of Dennis Pop proteges, Martin «Max Martin» Sandberg, became the most successful pop-maker in the world since Paul McCartney and John Lennon. Everywhere on the radio today, echoes are heard of Denniz Pop.»

It is also nice to see that in 2013, Denniz Pop Awards was founded and it`s run by former Cheiron members, co-workers, friends and family with the goal of helping new songwriters, producers and artists continue the legacy Denniz Pop once started.

Every year the Award is given to aspiring talents in the music industry. Notable winners include Swedish House Mafia and Avicii.

Avicii is another young Swedish DJ and producer who passed away on Friday last week. Denniz Pop was 35 and Avicii was only 28 years old. Two great DJ`s. Two great producers. Both from Stockholm. Both had big success, and both of them got stomach problems that stopped their work.

I will write more about Avicii (Tim Bergling) later on.

On August 30, 2018, it is 20 year since Denniz Pop past away. I really hope former SweMix and Cheiron members along with others in the Swedish Music Industry can find a moment this year to honor Denniz Pop.

Leave a comment

Filed under Uncategorized

Juholt said Sweden may become a sophisticated dictatorship in the long run


We have seen Neo-Nazis demonstrating on the streets in Sweden a few weeks ago. We have heard President Donald Trump talk about Sweden, which is a country that have been in the spotlight for many reasons lately.

People are wondering whats going on in Sweden. A country that lost its Prime Minister Olof Palme in 1986. A country that lost its politician Anna Lindh in 2003. Both Social Democrats. Both assassinated. Now, a former leader of the centre-left Social Democrat party and ambassador Hakan Juholt is worried.



Party leader of the Social Democrats, Hakan Juholt is Sweden`s new ambassador to Iceland and in an interview with the Svenska Dagbladet last week he said that «Sweden is «in the process of dismantling democracy» and could be on a slippery slope towards technocracy or a dictatorship.

Juholt asked the Swedish reporter how old his son was. He is four years old the reporter said, and then Juholt said:

«When he is old he wont be living in a democracy but in a technocracy, or a dictatorship. Its sad as hell. I am sorry to say it, but I am 100 percent sure. We are in the process of dismantling democracy.»

In the same interview, Juholt says:

«I dont think the threat is a dictatorship with tanks rolling on the streets in Sweden, but the dictatorship will be more sophisticated than that. Juholt believes that Swedens future will be ruled by an «elite» and not by the citizens themselves.

Democracy is slipping through our fingers. Fewer people want to be elected, the parties are toning down their ideology. Sure, I see a risk that it may become a dictatorship in the long run.»

Sweden has a global reputation for peacemaking and generous foreign aid, but at the same time, the country has become a major world supplier of weapons. It is ranked the third largest arms exporter per capita after Israel and Russia.

«Swedes see themselves as very ethical and restrictive when it comes to giving human rights violators or dictators things that help them stay in power. But the reality is that has happened,» said Siemon Wezeman to Business Insider in 2014, an arms expert at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).

Juholt himself has moved to Iceland and does not intend to set foot in Sweden again. He is so worried about the development in Sweden.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are those of the author and may not reflect those of Shiny bull. The author has made every effort to ensure accuracy of information provided; however, neither Shiny bull nor the author can guarantee such accuracy. This article is strictly for informational purposes only. It is not a solicitation to make any exchange in precious metal products, commodities, securities or other financial instruments. Shiny bull and the author of this article do not accept culpability for losses and/ or damages arising from the use of this publication.


Polo Shirt

High quality Polo shirt with Shinybull logo. This version is made from breathable 100% cotton. Short sleeves and ribbed armbands.


Polo Shirt

High quality Polo shirt with Shinybull logo. This version is made from breathable 100% cotton. Short sleeves and ribbed armbands.


Leave a comment

Filed under Politics, Uncategorized

Sweden has its own JFK case

John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) was the 35th President of the United States. He was the first Roman Catholic president. On May 29, next year, he would have celebrated his 100 year birthday but someone on this planet wanted it different. JFK was assassinated in Dallas, Texas  on November 22, 1963.

Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested the same day and determined to have fired shots that hit the President from a sixth floor window of the Texas School Book Depository. Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby mortally wounded Oswald two days later in a jail corridor.

The FBI and the Warren Commission officially concluded that Oswald was the lone assassin, but its report was sharply criticized.




JFK is not the first president to be assassinated. William McKinley was the 25th President of the United States, and served from 1897, until his assassination in September 1901, six months into his second term.

McKinley led the nation to victory in the Spanish-American War, raised protective tariffs to promote American industry, and maintained the nation on the gold standard in a rejection of inflationary proposals.

Sweden has its own JFK case. Prime Minister of Sweden Olof Palme (59) was assassinated in 1986. That`s exactly 30 years ago on Sunday 28, 2016.

Palme was shot twice in the stomach by a lone gunman after exiting a cinema with his wife Lisbeth Palme, whom the assassin shot and missed before fleeing the scene on foot.  The eyewitnesses called the ambulance and the police, but Palme died on the way to the hospital.

The ambulance could only confirm his death, while the police did a remarkably sloppy job, failing to secure and investigate the crime scene for hours. Furthermore, no real attempts to catch the perpetrator were made immediately after the murder.

Christer Pettersson admitted killing Palme in 1988, and he was also identified by Palmes wife. Later on, Pettersson took his confession back, saying he was coerced to do so by the police, and Mrs Palmes evidence was considered insufficient, and Pettersson went free.

Pettersson died in September 2004. He was reported to have confessed to the killing before his death, but the investigation into Olof Palme`s death remains open.


Conspiracy theories considered the drug addicted and social outcast Christer Pettersson (42) to be a red herring, set up to finally close the case, but his rehabilitation prevented this from happening. He died by supposedly falling from the stairs and suffering a cerebral hemorrhage. The theorists expressed doubts in the accident nature of his injury.

Olof Palme was at the time of his death been accused of being pro-Soviet and not safeguarding Sweden`s interests. Arrangements had been made for a trip to Moscow to discuss Soviet submarine incursions into Swedish waters.

Palme was a social democrat and believed in an open government and shunned tight security. He normally had two bodyguards to protect him on official functions, but not at the cinema in Stockholm, Sweden.

Just like John Lennon and Bob Marley, Mr Palme was against the war in Vietnam, and he became a leading advocate of peace and non violence and campaigned for an end to the war in Vietnam. He will also be remembered as a campaigner for the working classes and Third World causes.

Bob Marley was a political peace activist and wrote the song  ”Get up, stand up.” John Lennon`s name will always be synonymous with peace and political activism, and the song ”Give peace a chance” is a 1969 single.

Lennon’s criticism of the Vietnam War resulted in a lengthy attempt by Richard Nixon`s administration to deport him.




Bob Marley died at the age of 36, while John Lennon died in 1980 at the age of 40. Mark David Chapman shot Lennon in the back four times in Dakota, New York.

Ono issued a statement the next day, saying ”There is no funeral for John”, ending it with the words, ”John loved and prayed for the human race. Please pray the same for him.”

Olof Palme once said; ”I know that the Thatchers and the Reagans will be out in a few years. We have to survive till then.” Mr Palme was Anti-American, and saw himself carrying the banner of Social Democracy through Europe at a time when the Right was only temporarily in triumph.

That`s 30 years ago. Now we have the European Union and ISIS. Refugee and financial crisis. War in Syria, Iraq and Libya.

In terms of psychological impact, Palmes assassination had the same effects on Sweden as Kennedys assassination had on the U.S.

Palme and Kennedy`s death remains open.


Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are those of the author and may not reflect those of Shiny bull. The author has made every effort to ensure accuracy of information provided; however, neither Shiny bull nor the author can guarantee such accuracy. This article is strictly for informational purposes only. It is not a solicitation to make any exchange in precious metal products, commodities, securities or other financial instruments. Shiny bull and the author of this article do not accept culpability for losses and/ or damages arising from the use of this publication.

Leave a comment

Filed under Uncategorized