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This could be big for gold

Posted by Auandag @ 23:42 on April 23, 2015  

Starts around 12:30 mark


How the Rockefellers Re-Engineered Women

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 22:23 on April 23, 2015  

Feminism Was Created to Destabilize Society. The Big Picture: The Central Bankers

People do not realize that feminism is mass indoctrination because they cannot identify the perpetrator, the means or the motive.

Recently Aaron Russo, the producer of Bette Midler’s movies and “America: From Freedom to Fascism” identified all three confirming what I have been saying.

While trying to recruit Russo for the CFR, Nicholas Rockefeller told him that his family foundation created women’s liberation using mass media control as part of a long-term plan to enslave humanity. He admitted they want to “chip us.” Google “Rockefeller Foundation” and “Women’s Studies” and you’ll get a half million citations.

The hidden goal of feminism is to destroy the family, which interferes with state brainwashing of the young. Side benefits include depopulation and widening the tax base. Displacing men in the role of providers also destabilizes the family.


Rosie The Riviter

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 22:00 on April 23, 2015  

Re part:
“The Rosie the Riveter figure was a popular one in posters to encourage women to go to work to support the war effort and to sell war bonds. In post-war years, the images were used to promote women’s rights.”

Rockefeller, John I think, was quoted as saying, “We have 50% of the population, ( woman) not paying taxes”. He financed the Ms. Magazine, to help start the woman’s liberation movement. After 1975 we ended up with more workers and less work, suppressing wage values. So now it takes two paychecks to equal the value one old paycheck.

Now, the master planners have a bigger problem, because practically the entire 18 to 28 year old group are not paying taxes because the entry level wages are so low, they get the earned income tax credit. They absorb taxes now. From 1945 thru the ’60s, one minimum wage salary, right out of high school, was good enough to rent a one bedroom apartment, get married, have a baby, get a car loan, and buy a new car. Wives stayed home.

Young people SPEND money because they need everything. Older people don’t spend much because they already have most of their needs and wants. Minimum wage today to equal the good old days would require about $20/hr. That number would raise all other wages in scale.

The gov’t must now know what I knew because all you hear on the news lately is info about higher standard wages needed, capable of paying taxes. The whole country would be better off, and unprofitable or small margin businesses with $7 employees would close up, and NOT be competition for other businesses.

$7 employees are on food stamps, Medicaid, etc making taxpayers subsidize those weak businesses owners.
The Feminist Movement was a CIA project of social programming
The CIA and the Rockefeller and Ford Foundations funded Ms.
Magazine and Gloria Steinem and elements of the feminist movement


SIMSBURY, Conn., April 22 (UPI) — Mary Doyle Keefe, the woman who served as the model for Norman Rockwall’s “Rosie the Riveter” painting, died Tuesday in Connecticut. She was 92.
Contrary to the occupation of the iconic figure she portrayed, Keefe was not a riveter during World War II, she was a telephone operator.

She was 18 years old and living in Vermont when Rockwell paid her $10 to pose as the overall-clad figure, who sits eating her lunch with a riveting gun in her lap. The figure’s foot is resting on a beat-up copy of Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf.

>>The Rosie the Riveter figure was a popular one in posters to encourage women to go to work to support the war effort and to sell war bonds. In post-war years, the images were used to promote women’s rights.<<

Rockwall's painting appeared on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post in 1943.

In an interview last year Keefe said she had no idea the painting would become so popular.

"No I didn't expect anything like this, but as the years went on, I realized that the painting was famous," she said.

The painting how hangs in the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Ark


I haven’t seen this posted

Posted by goldielocks @ 21:21 on April 23, 2015  

Those who remember Rosie the Riveter passed away. She finally got long overdue recognition that’s a shame she ” they” didn’t get when a more popular president was in office. Reading back through time she got 5 dollars for each painting.



Posted by goldielocks @ 20:11 on April 23, 2015  

The thing is besides a bunch of stuffed pompous ask shirts who think they can force injecting things in people’s bodies? if parents who vaccinate their kids why are they worried about catching something from those that don’t. They can’t answer that question.

Scruffy – California Senate

Posted by commish @ 18:33 on April 23, 2015  


Boarder Patrol agent fears the worst.

Posted by goldielocks @ 16:11 on April 23, 2015  

They’re anticipating a large national crisis. When you see that FEMA is preparing for two hundred million deaths in the United States, that tells you something. When you see that the government is controlling the supply of ammunition and that basic medical supplies are in short supply in southern Arizona, something’s wrong…They are anticipating something drastic.

Sherrif Joe is charged with contempt

Posted by goldielocks @ 15:15 on April 23, 2015  

But Hilary can erase her emails and walk away. We got a back ask wards system under Obozo.



Posted by goldielocks @ 15:11 on April 23, 2015  

They are falling for it for the same reasons and get hounded at Doctors offices or threatened  to lose their doctor at some. Even if they are afraid or want to hold off they are pressured into it. There are diseases all around is are they going to keep them inside. Unfortunately they are playing Russian roulette and until  something happens to their kid they don’t consider the risks. Mandatory vaccines make it easier for pharmacies to be held less accountable putting the responsibility on the government and who knows between the two what they could do with them. Also doctors are reluctant probably for fear are reluctant to claim a adverse effect was the result of the vaccine so no doubt the injury numbers are much higher. The fact is it takes power from the parents gives it to the government. Not exactly though, it will depend on how many parents pull their kids out of school and the cost to the schools as I’m guessing the ones that do are a little more educated than the rest. Others are stuck because they work others will leave the state on principle.


goldielocks @ 12:52 Half, Your lucky if 1 in 10 read it.

Posted by Auandag @ 13:50 on April 23, 2015  

I know a couple of young people with university degrees. Science is their god. If it comes from the scientists at big pharma or med establishment, then it has to be true! The educational system has done a good job in brainwashing the young.


Posted by goldielocks @ 12:52 on April 23, 2015  

That was a very good article on vaccines and well written. Seems like only less than half the young people today will read it but rely on media set up by the pharmaceutical committees. For those half I passed it on.

More psychiatric fraud=The widely held belief that depression is due to low levels of serotonin in the brain – and that effective treatments raise these levels – is a myth, argues a leading psychiatrist in The BMJ this week.

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:50 on April 23, 2015  

Switch on Anti-Depression Today – Dr. David Healy

davidhealy.org › Blog

2 days ago – The BMJ editorial that the Science Media Centre are referring to is … that under the umbrella of taking a responsible approach to science ends up ….. Depression is NOT caused by low serotonin levels and most drugs used …. On Tuesday, David Healy, a professor of psychiatry at Bangor University in Wales …

Link between serotonin and depression is a myth, says top …

medicalxpress.com › Psychology & Psychiatry

2 days ago – David Healy, Professor of Psychiatry at the Hergest psychiatric unit in North Wales, points to a misconception that lowered serotonin … He stresses that serotonin “is not irrelevant” but says this history …

The widely held belief that depression is due to low levels of serotonin in the brain – and that effective treatments raise these levels – is a myth, argues a leading psychiatrist in The BMJ this week.

David Healy, Professor of Psychiatry at the Hergest psychiatric unit in North Wales, points to a misconception that lowered serotonin levels in depression are an established fact, which he describes as “the marketing of a myth.”
The serotonin reuptake inhibiting (SSRI) group of drugs came on stream in the late 1980s, nearly two decades after first being mooted, writes Healy. The delay centred on finding an indication.
After concerns emerged about tranquilliser dependence in the early 1980s, drug companies marketed SSRIs for depression, “even though they were weaker than older tricyclic antidepressants, and sold the idea that depression was the deeper illness behind the superficial manifestations of anxiety,” he explains. The approach was an astonishing success, “central to which was the notion that SSRIs restored serotonin levels to normal, a notion that later transmuted into the idea that they remedied a chemical imbalance.”
In the 1990s, no one knew if SSRIs raised or lowered serotonin levels, he writes; they still don’t know. There was no evidence that treatment corrected anything, he argues.
He suggests that the myth “co-opted” many, including the complementary health market, psychologists, and journals. But above all the myth co-opted doctors and patients, he says. “For doctors it provided an easy short hand for communication with patients. For patients, the idea of correcting an abnormality has a moral force that can be expected to overcome the scruples some might have had about taking a tranquilliser, especially when packaged in the appealing form that distress is not a weakness.”
Meanwhile more effective and less costly treatments were marginalised, he says.
He stresses that serotonin “is not irrelevant” but says this history “raises a question about the weight doctors and others put on biological and epidemiological plausibility.” Does a plausible (but mythical) account of biology and treatment let everyone put aside clinical trial data that show no evidence of lives saved or restored function, he asks? Do clinical trial data marketed as evidence of effectiveness make it easier to adopt a mythical account of biology?
These questions are important, he says. “In other areas of life the products we use, from computers to microwaves, improve year on year, but this is not the case for medicines, where this year’s treatments may achieve blockbuster sales despite being less effective and less safe than yesterday’s models.”
“The emerging sciences of the brain offer enormous scope to deploy any amount of neurobabble. We need to understand the language we use. Until then, so long, and thanks for all the serotonin,” he concludes.

Consistantcy would be invaluable to the Administration

Posted by Ororeef @ 11:23 on April 23, 2015  

For an Administration that focus so much on appearances and perceptions why dont they AND the Fed support a rise in the Price of GOLD ..That would be proof positive that their inflation program is working and not the deflation economic collapse that they fear so much .If Perception is reality as they always claim ,at least be consistant and then the public will support thier views and spend more money because of confidence in the Feds ability to create inflation.! They cant create fear and expect the public to believe a rosey economy is happining.They cant have it both ways ,the public doesnt believe them because of their duplicity .In order to GAIN the publics trust they must support a gold price rise as proof they can control the economy.Raise the Gold price to get the public trust.! DUH !


Posted by Buygold @ 10:26 on April 23, 2015  

US Manufacturing PMI Misses By Most On Record As New Orders Tumble

Tyler Durden's picture

On the heels of weak PMIs from Europe and Asia, Markit’s US Manufacturing PMI plunged to 54.2 in April (from 55.7). Against expectations of a rise to 55.6, this is the biggest miss on record. Of course, this is ‘post-weather’ so talking-heads will need to find another excuse as New Orders declined for the first time since Nov 2014.


New Home Sales Tumble By Most In Almost 2 Years As Northeast Crashes

After existing home sales sent stocks vertical on great news, so new home sales plunge has sent stocks vertical on bad news. An 11.1% drop MoM – the biggest since July 2013 – dragged new home sales back below 500k to 481k SAAR – the biggest miss in a year. Sales of new homes collapse 33.3% in The Northeast and The South saw new home sales crash 15.8%.

Now eeos

Posted by Buygold @ 10:18 on April 23, 2015  

When a man of your infinite wisdom, knowledge and life experience says something like that, it really hurts my feelings.toon2n

Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 9:37 on April 23, 2015  


Gold Train of the Future…



Posted by silverngold @ 7:28 on April 23, 2015  

This is a FWIW post, and kinda long, but it sure raises some questions about whether this was a US disaster or another False Flag Hoax. Lots more at the site I didn’t post. All the Best………..Silverngold


Re: ENDEAVOUR – and the spaced-out NASA efforts

Postby simonshack on April 7th, 2015, 10:48 pm




I would like to invite our readers to assess and evaluate for themselves whether or not it is a realistic possibility that (almost) ALL of the purported victims of the 1986 “Challenger disaster” are still alive and well – by reading the last four pages or so of this thread, starting from here – including this present post, which I submit as a ‘summary’ of sorts. I find this particular line of research quite interesting, insofar that it may help us all understand the mechanisms of ‘psy-op vicsim creation’ – as well as the astonishing boldness (or carelessness / arrogance?) with which they are concocted and carried out. To be sure, out of the many topics debated on Cluesforum, this particular investigation has had (as they always should) its fair share of controversies – even within the ranks of our most trusted contributors; I think that this ‘check-and-balance-methodology’ we keep observing on this forum is all-positive and, in fact, essential to uphold a high level of discourse and objectivity. So thanks to all.

Let me now take you through the latest findings concerning the “Challenger crew” which supposedly perished back in 1986. So far, we have been concentrating on the two lady “crew members”, Judith Resnik and Sharon ‘Christa’ Mc Auliffe. We have seen that the two “female NASA martyrs” appear to be still alive and well, both enjoying successful Law University positions and careers – while (astonishingly enough) still using pretty much their own names – i.e. the names & surnames with which they briefly became international celebrities – as the “NASA martyrs of the Challenger disaster”. So what about the five male members of the “ill-fated crew”?

Well, it so appears that four of them may possibly also still be quite alive and well – but let’s take a look at them, one by one.

MICHAEL J. SMITH____________ Michael J. Smith (UW University)

A fellow named Michael J. Smith – who bears a striking resemblance to “NASA Challenger pilot Michael J. Smith” (30-year timelapse considered), is to be found alive and well, teaching at UW (University of Wisconsin, Madison): http://directory.engr.wisc.edu/ie/faculty/smith_michael
And: http://www.engr.wisc.edu/smith/

If he were still alive, the Challenger pilot should be 69 years old today. Well, there just happens to be a 69-year-old “Michael J. Smith living in Madison, Wisconsin”: http://www.lookupanyone.com/results.php … cusfirst=1

Interestingly – for our regular Cluesforum readers – UW (the University of Wisconsin, Madison) is the workplace of the ‘controversial conspiracy-Professor’ Kevin Barrett: http://www.news.wisc.edu/barrettissue/ As some will know, Barrett and his buddy Jim Fetzer regularly give lectures at the UW – about 9/11 conspiracies and such crazy things… http://mujca.com/bbc.htm

RICHARD “DICK” SCOBEE________Richard Scobee (Cows in Trees ltd.)
source of picture at right; https://www.linkedin.com/pub/richard-scobee/18/754/238

A fellow named Richard Scobee – who bears a striking resemblance (30-year timelapse considered) to the “Challenger’s Commander Richard ‘Dick’ Scobee” is to be found, alive and well, as the CEO of a company called “Cows in Trees”. Here’s the company’s website intro, featuring a rocket-powered cow swirling around smoke in the sky – much like the Challenger Shuttle as it was seen exploding in mid-air (on TV) :

Incidentally yet interestingly, the son of “Challenger Commander” Richard Scobee (Brigadier General Richard W. Scobee, USAF) is, today, the deputy director of operations for NORAD (which, of course, was ‘accused of having failed to intercept the hijacked planes on 9/11″). Small world.

Now, the next two (seemingly-still-alive-Challenger-crew-members) are a bit of a different matter: these two look-alikes both claim to be BROTHERS of the two respective Challenger martyrs – yet both bear a striking resemblance to their allegedly deceased-back-in-1986 brothers. Could the two of them possibly just pretend to be … the brothers of themselves?

RONALD MC NAIR_______________________________Carl Mc Nair

ELLISON ONIZUKA___________________________Claude Onizuka

Here we have an article featuring both Carl and Claude- in Space Science Week:

“Carl McNair and Claude Onizuka will celebrate the heroic legacies of their respective brothers, Ronald McNair and Ellison Onizuka, NASA astronauts who perished in the 1986 Challenger mission. They have championed their astronaut brothers as role models and have encouraged students from disadvantaged backgrounds to enter academic programs in science, technology, engineering and math.”
http://www.hawaii.edu/news/2012/03/02/s … ence-week/

And if you’re interested in what “inspirational speaker Carl Mc Nair” is up to: http://www.montana.edu/news/12347/found … ure-jan-21

Last – but not least, of course, here are two side-by-side / “timelapse-picture comparisons” of the two ladies we have amply debated about in the previous four pages of this thread. I submit to your judgment that, however hard it is to determine whether these two face-comparisons depict the same two women (30-year timelapse considered), it is not beyond the realm of plausibility that they could indeed be the very same individuals:

JUDITH RESNIK___________________Judith Resnik (Yale Law University)

SHARON (“CHRISTA”) MC AULIFFE _____Sharon Mc Auliffe (Syracuse Law University)
source of image at left: https://www.pinterest.com/maureen0901/s … hallenger/
source of image at right: http://bhlawpllc.com/attorneys/sharon-a-mcauliffe/

Oh – and btw, here’s what appears to be “Christa’s” most memorable quote. You’ve gotta love it :

That’s all for now, folks – I just thought that a little “Challenger Disaster summary / overview” was in order.

And watch out for those University Professors, dear students / sophomores… they may be dying to deceive you !

Coffee’s on

Posted by MadMike @ 5:03 on April 23, 2015  


Navy seal reveals how O is costing lives of soldiers

Posted by goldielocks @ 2:51 on April 23, 2015  

Guess he wants the other side to win.



Posted by eeos @ 1:25 on April 23, 2015  

You sound like a pissing child to me, grow some balls dude

macroman3 @ 23:30

Posted by Maya @ 1:05 on April 23, 2015  

Naw… that looks like the MARY KAY COSMETICS “farm wife saleslady of the year”.    Instead of a pink cadillac she gets a pink John Deere for outstanding sales.

More changes from cashless banks

Posted by goldielocks @ 0:11 on April 23, 2015  

Some JPMorgan Chase customers are receiving letters informing them that the bank will no longer allow cash to be stored in safety deposit boxes.
The content of a post over on the Collectors Universe message board suggests that we may be about to see a resurgence of the old fashioned method of stuffing bank notes under the mattress.

My mother has a SDB at a Chase branch with one of my siblings as co-signers. Last week they got a letter outlining a number of changes to the lease agreement, including this:

“Contents of the box: You agree not to store any cash or coins other than those found to have a collectible value.”

Another change is that signatures will no longer be accepted to access the box. The next time they go in they have to bring two forms of ID and they will be issued a four-digit pin number that will be used to access the box then and in the future.

The letter, entitled “Updated Safe Deposit Box Lease Agreement,” was sent out to customers at the beginning of the month.

“Hide your wallets, the banksters are on the move,” warns the Economic Policy Journal.

As of last month, Chase has also instituted a new policy which, “restricts borrowers from using cash to make payments on credit cards, mortgages, equity lines, and auto loans,” writes Professor Joseph Salerno of the Mises Institute.

The news arrives on the back of comments by Citi’s Willem Buiter, who recently advocated abolishing cash altogether in order to “solve the world’s central banks’ problem with negative interest rates”.

Last month we also reported on how the Justice Department is ordering bank employees to consider calling the cops on customers who withdraw $5,000 dollars or more.

Efforts to impose restrictions on the use of cash by banks are seen by many as an attack on anonymity and an example of how financial institutions are positioning themselves to handle the fallout of the next economic crash – at the expense of customers.

According to reports which emerged last year, HSBC is now interrogating its account holders in the UK on how they earn and spend their money as well as restricting large cash withdrawals for customers from £5000 upwards.

Banks in the U.S. are also making it harder for customers to withdraw and deposit cash, with Chase imposing new capital controls that mandate identification for cash deposits and ban cash being deposited into another person’s account.

In October 2013, we also covered policy changes instituted by Chase which banned international wire transfers while restricting cash activity for business customers (both deposits and withdrawals) to a $50,000 limit per statement cycle.

Last month, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin hailed the introduction of measures set to come into force in September which will restrict French citizens from making cash payments over €1,000 euros.

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