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ment17 @ 21:25

Posted by silverngold @ 23:19 on December 13, 2014  

That’s why I posted it “FWIW”, because it may be worth nothing and it may be worth everything!!


Posted by Maya @ 21:51 on December 13, 2014  

We’ll believe it when we see it happen.  Gold Coins will certainly still be worth something.   What…. me worry?  🙂

Still marching in NY and Oakland – Live stream

Posted by commish @ 21:30 on December 13, 2014  



Posted by ment17 @ 21:25 on December 13, 2014  

global currencies reset,,, papers signed .. action being taken dec 15th .. if this is happening the sound from the board here is dudsvill


Posted by goldielocks @ 21:10 on December 13, 2014  

Like getting old or surfin, speeds up and there’s no turning back. Now if we can speed up some of those politicians or teach them how to surf so when they make that decision to go they think about it first.

Reversal Of The Past Is The way To Go

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 21:09 on December 13, 2014  

Independence movements have to evolve, and you can see signs of it. The people that get voted in, are always beholden to their campaign advisors and contributors. Big business in general. They always think short term. They don’t worry about the future. They want their big profits NOW.

They influenced all the elected officials in all countries, to do what’s best for big business. They molded the entire global economy for their best interests. The ability to operate across borders. Arbitrage currency exchange rates, arbitrage labor costs, and avoid taxes.

Naturally the dumb as a stump politicians do what big businesses want, because the business argument is…”Do what we want, because we create jobs that pay taxes”. If each and every country produced as much of their own needs as possible, they would all be better off, self reliant, independent places.

I makes no sense for separate countries to have “China” et al be chosen by big business, as the global vendor, and have a monopoly, fabricating western world needs that are very easily made locally.

Being globally efficient, re production, makes no sense with a growing population, unless we had to compete against other planets. Being globally production efficient ONLY makes sense to save time, with shorter work weeks, more time off.

The washing machine was the first product to give someone some more free time.

With all infrastructure in place these days, bridges, roads, utilities, pipelines railroads, combined with all the modern efficient production manufacturing methods these days, you would think most of the global population would only have to work 10 hours a week.

I suspect we are all working a lot more hours than needed because of taxes on top of taxes to supply various power freaks money for their useless various “pyramids”. Like the Spruce Goose, the Moon Landing, various wars etc. All a big waste of tax payer money.

When you add up all the various “taxes”, we are all probably paying 80% of income. Add it all up. Without all the tax money we donate for useless endeavors we could all work 80% less for example.


Posted by Maya @ 20:58 on December 13, 2014  



macroman3 @ 3:10

Posted by Maya @ 20:56 on December 13, 2014  

Where to vacation?  Well, I’ve had my first ‘snow shock’ in the hinterlands, and a recent minor financial ‘score’ prompted me to get an airline ticket….   to Hawaii, where else?   Staying with friends in small-town Hilo and had to go see Pahoa town with the lava flow threatening it.  Pahoa will likely be burnt toast in the coming months.

There’s a price… I’m helping my friends clean out the garage and doing some electrical wiring and repairs.  But hey… it’s warm here!   …and kinda rainy in Hilo.  I’ll be back in ‘solid water’ country next week.   Ugh!

commish @ 13:53

Posted by Maya @ 20:40 on December 13, 2014  

You and I have worked in Television, so this little ‘behind the scenes’ is not unusual.   That pompous prima-donna needs some serious anger management lessons.  What kind of “professional” can’t even ad-lib a show-closer without a teleprompter?

Oh, wait… we have an O’Prez like that, too.


Posted by redneckokie1 @ 20:33 on December 13, 2014  

The social aspect reflects the financial crash. The world economy crashed in the late 1920’s which created a ripe environment for political upheaval. It’s a very short move from political upheaval to dictators or other autocrats. Then the confiscation of resources, first within and then across borders, thus the cycles of weather and war.

The recent skid in oil and gas will choke off the economy in my area which still has about 3.9% unemployment. It will very soon start to rise rapidly as the oil field service companies start layoffs. Then the exploration and finally the distribution companies. The housing market here will fall 40% in the next few years.

As the economy continues to deteriorate, fingers will be pointed and the violence begins. It doesn’t take a genius to see we are going to have to undo all the social engineering worldwide. The resistance will be fierce. The haves and have nots both locally and worldwide will be in open warfare. Demands will be made by withholding resources which makes the have nots more desperate.

make no mistake, this will be a long drawn out survival of the fittest. Governments will slam borders shut and allow no resources to be exported. Since North America is now oil independent and has ample food supplies, now would be a good time to pull the plug and blame it on the Russians, Muslims or whomever is handy.


R640 – Nice

Posted by Buygold @ 19:44 on December 13, 2014  

Stockman is the man.

There’s a wicked wind coming and Stockman knows it, so do most of us. The first country to back their currency with gold wins. The only question is whether there are any countries left that aren’t owned by the bankster/NWO crowd.

SDR’s anyone?

Richey re 17:24

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 19:27 on December 13, 2014  

re part:
“For most people that makes sense of Europe. The currency bloc that has been strangled by the common euro is living up to that sense of monetary reality. All that talk of recovery only eight months ago has been washed away in a tide of remarkable fear. What was perhaps only unease or mild nervousness as late as September has turned in the past few weeks to what can only be described as growing desperation.”

In my view, merging and integrating all the weak countries failing economies, together with the remaining stronger countries, starting decades ago, was just a temporary stop gap measure to maintain the status quo.

Unfortunately merging the weak with the strong, often eventually brings down the strong economies also. That’s where they are now. No remaining strong countries economies left anymore to merge with. TPTB have to know this too.

Like I said long ago…Their only hope now is to discover a very prosperous planet in another solar system to merge our global economy with. This would explain all the wasted money on space exploration. 🙂

credit now a fast-moving indicator of still nothing good.

Posted by Richard640 @ 17:24 on December 13, 2014  

Global Credit Markets Have Proclaimed An End To The Recovery
by Jeffrey P. Snider • December 13, 2014
The amount of credit market fireworks this week is only surpassed by those of October 15. Everywhere you look, credit markets are not just growing bearish but, as I said earlier in the week, bearish in comparison with past crisis periods. The past few days have surpassed even that observation, making credit now a fast-moving indicator of still nothing good.

For most people that makes sense of Europe. The currency bloc that has been strangled by the common euro is living up to that sense of monetary reality. All that talk of recovery only eight months ago has been washed away in a tide of remarkable fear. What was perhaps only unease or mild nervousness as late as September has turned in the past few weeks to what can only be described as growing desperation.

Even the FOMC’s preferred measure of “market-based” inflation expectations, the 5-year/5-year forward implied rate, has dropped considerably and now faces the same kind of dreaded interpretations (as in not too enamored with the ridiculous idea of oil price = “stimulus”, but rather in complete agreement with oil price collapse = economic downdraft).

Given all this tandem information spread across vast geographical distance and trillions upon trillions of the largest credit and funding markets ever conceived, it is difficult to come to any interpretation other than the fact that credit markets have declared the recovery as being over, done; dead and buried. Maybe QE5 can entertain a revival, but given that QE3 & 4 are not so far in the past as to be irrelevant to this situation, it may not have that much positive effect next time. At that point a QE5 may only just confirm what credit markets already know, and what perhaps stock investors are starting to gain at least some introductory awareness

Global Credit Markets Have Proclaimed An End To The Recovery


Posted by silverngold @ 14:58 on December 13, 2014  


Silver in a 2 year US Dollar incremental reset??

Posted by silverngold @ 14:04 on December 13, 2014  

sg13 silver cycles    Silverngold

re: the big dog!

Posted by islandgold @ 14:00 on December 13, 2014  

Thanks for that post… classic!! Good laugh… What is truly impressive is how these people are so able to quickly shift into their “Television Personas” on Que, as required, then pop back out… That is an art!!

Islandgold….. still laughing!


Bill O’Reilly – Big dog in television land.

Posted by commish @ 13:53 on December 13, 2014  


MSM… Messengers of Reality Control Bubbles

Posted by islandgold @ 13:19 on December 13, 2014  

Great article on the collapse of free news media…. this applies to all aspects of life!!


an excerpt..

The times we live in are so dangerous and so distorted in public perception that propaganda is no longer, as Edward Bernays called it, an “invisible government”. It is the government. It rules directly without fear of contradiction and its principal aim is the conquest of us: our sense of the world, our ability to separate truth from lies.


The information age is actually a media age. We have war by media; censorship by media; demonology by media; retribution by media; diversion by media – a surreal assembly line of obedient clichés and false assumptions.


This power to create a new “reality” has building for a long time. Forty-five years ago, a book entitled The Greening of America caused a sensation. On the cover were these words: “There is a revolution coming. It will not be like revolutions of the past. It will originate with the individual.”

Must watch…  media script/reality control in action…  (note the same line goes across all supposed independent networks.)



Popping reality bubbles is essential!!


Mr. Market Is Back—-Plunging Oil Prices Are Busting The Money Printers’ Bubbles

Posted by Richard640 @ 10:51 on December 13, 2014  


by Raúl Ilargi Meijer • December 12, 2014

When you’re as addicted to debt as the shale industry has been – and still would be if they could still get their fix -, then seeing prices for your products drop over 40% and the yields on your bonds just about double (just for starters), then you have not a problem, but a disaster. And one that’s going to reverberate through all asset markets.

Oil producer Russia hikes rates to 10.5% as the ruble continues to plunge, while fellow producer Norway does the opposite, and cuts its rates, but also sees its currency plummet. As Greek stocks lose another 7.35% after Tuesday’s 13% loss on rumors about what the left leaning Syriza party will or will not do if it wins upcoming elections, and virtually anonymous Dubai drops 7.42%. We all know the story of the chain and its weakest link, and beware, these really still ARE global markets.

Meanwhile someone somewhere saved WTO oil from falling through the big, BIG, $60 limit for most of the day Thursday, and then it went south anyway. And that brings to mind the warnings about what would, make that will, happen to high yield energy junk bonds. Of which there’s a lot out there, but not much is being added anymore, that market has been largely shut to companies, especially in the shale patch. So how are they going to finance their fracking wagers? Hard to see.



The Crash Is Coming

Posted by silverngold @ 10:51 on December 13, 2014  


macroman3 @ 2:47

Posted by silverngold @ 9:39 on December 13, 2014  

Bush, Obama, NSA, Dept Homeland Security, militarized police, false flags, 800+ FEMA Camps…

Sad to say it looks like we’ve just about come full circle, and history is about to repeat…. Man’s inhumanity to man.

Rise and shine

Posted by commish @ 9:23 on December 13, 2014  



Posted by goldielocks @ 5:16 on December 13, 2014  

Well she might have a point. I can’t see any other reason someone would hire that idiot unless the person who hired her was black.

So Maya, where does a guy vacation between Hawaii and the Hinterlands?

Posted by macroman3 @ 3:10 on December 13, 2014  


Hitting the Hotsprings in 10 days, can hardly wait…

Hat tip to RNO @ 19:41 for the final solution…

Posted by macroman3 @ 2:47 on December 13, 2014  


Only problem is his country is following the same path…

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