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    AZJoe replied to a thread Catalonia in World News & Affairs
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    Yesterday, 08:38 PM
    According to the FDA, a .5 ml dose of vaccine contains 25 micrograms of mercury. There are 3x10^21 molecules of mercury per gram. 25 microgams then equals 7.5 x 10^15 molecules of mercury. Just a tiny tad more than "a few molecules".
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    Yesterday, 07:51 PM
    http://thefreethoughtproject.com/cop-panic-attack-real-nearly-kills-family-police-blame-breakdown/Sheriff Deputy has panic attack and starts shooting at non-existent phantom threats. "Deputy Justin Johnson did not mention the panic attack in his report on the December 2016 incident, and he remains on active duty, court records show. Brian Keith Mullinax, 41, and his girlfriend, Tina Carrie Jo Cody, 37, spent 42 days in jail on felony charges, accused of causing what was described in court statements as a "panic attack" https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=f31_1508183680#oLCZlUgyL3TaILgd.99 From Free Thought Project:
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    Yesterday, 10:23 AM
    From James Rickards: These efforts are always portrayed in the most favorable light. Private parties talk about convenience and lower costs. Governments talk about putting pressure on tax cheats, terrorists and criminals. Governments always use money laundering, drug dealing and terrorism as an excuse to keep tabs on honest citizens and deprive them of the ability to use money alternatives such as physical cash and gold. But the so-called “cashless society” is just a Trojan horse for a system in which all financial wealth is electronic and represented digitally in the records of a small number of megabanks and asset managers. Once that is achieved, it will be easy for state power to seize and freeze the wealth, or subject it to constant surveillance, taxation and other forms of digital confiscation. The war on cash has two main thrusts. …1)make it difficult to obtain cash in the first place. U.S. banks will report anyone taking more than $3,000 in cash as engaging in a “suspicious activity” using Treasury Form SAR (Suspicious Activity Report). … 2) eliminate large-denomination banknotes. …
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    Yesterday, 10:09 AM
    From Business Insider: The shots fired by governments to fight its war on cash may have several unintended casualties: 1. Privacy Cashless transactions would always include some intermediary or third-party. Increased government access to personal transactions and records. Certain types of transactions (gambling, etc.) could be barred or frozen by governments. Decentralized cryptocurrency could be an alternative for such transactions
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    Yesterday, 10:08 AM
    The War on Cash, banning cash = To monitor and record every transaction; to monitor your behavior; to observe where you go, who you donate to, who you associate with; what businesses and organizations you patronize; what you buy; what you own; your patterns and behaviors and preferences; how much you save … To maximize collection of fees, fines and taxes, simply impose fees and skim them right off of every transaction To exercise total control: the ability to shut down any business, bank account, credit line; or all transactions. When all cash is gone and the computer says you’ve been frozen, every transaction is declined, who do you buy or sell or save? Provides the mechanism to prevent the common people from the ability to escape the ravages of mass inflation when it occurs by freezing, limiting how much or stopping altogether the conversion of electronic currency by purchasing hard assets such as gold or silver.
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    Yesterday, 07:58 AM
    AZJoe replied to a thread War Quotes in Grassroots Central
    A Vietnam Veteran's take on war from lewrockwell.com: Though being ex-military with two combat tours in Vietnam (5th Special Forces Gp) and having a 60% VA disability to show for it) and two sons as military combat pilots I’ve belatedly come to the conclusion that no war we’ve ever engaged in ever settled anything for the better. The Civil War left this nation with psychic which persist to this day. WW I brought about the successful birth of Russian communism, which begat WW II, Red China, the Korean War, Vietnam, the Cold War, the idiotic Gulf War (which allowed us to congratulate ourselves over our ability to beat the hell out of a bunch of helpless camel-jockeys), and gave birth to the state of Israel, which has been stirring up trouble in the Middle East ever since and might well precipitate WW III. Our nation had long periods of no significant standing armies at all – from our own revolution to the Civil War, and thereafter until WW I the US had nothing but Western frontier troops, and after WW I until WW II we had little but underfunded nominal military forces. It wasn’t until the Korean War that we began maintaining a permanent standing military, which allowed us to leap into Vietnam, a bottomless quagmire, which we finally left, disillusioned, exhausted, and finally humiliated by a bunch of bandy-legged little rice-farmers, a ridiculous war in which success or failure was tallied by the “body-count.”
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    Yesterday, 07:47 AM
    Insider Trading: Not only did MGM CEO and Chairman James Murren dump 450,000 shares, but MGM officers and directors, dumped $200 million of shares in a one week period in September. Contrary to Zippy's options theory, less than 1 % of these sales were options according to the SEC insider transactions reports. There was also heavy dumping of MGM shares by insiders more than six months ago as well, but the one week of dumping by insiders in September was massive. During the same time period there was no similar dumping by insiders at Wynn Resorts or LVS Sands resorts as both had steady and continuous net accumulations by insiders.
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    Yesterday, 07:23 AM
    MGM CEO and Chairman, James Murren, sits on the National Infrastructure Advisory Council for the the Department of Homeland Security as well as trustee for the Brookings Institute. “The National Infrastructure Advisory Council is tasked with providing the president with advice on the “security of the critical infrastructure sectors and their information systems.”
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    10-17-2017, 08:51 PM
    Nine shareholders in Uranium One just happened to provide more than $145 million in donations to the Clinton Foundation in the run-up to State Department approval. The Clintons took the cash from Uranium One officials before the deal was approved by Hillary Clinton’s State Department. The Clintons hid the donations which is a clear violation of the Memorandum of Understanding Hillary Clinton signed with the Obama administration wherein she promised and agreed to publicly disclose all donations during her tenure as Secreatary of State. … Sara Carter of Circa News interviewed Victoria Toensing, a lawyer for the FBI informant. The FBI informant was actually threatened by the Obama administration for speaking out about the corruption he witnessed while he was providing information. Toensing said her client “is not only afraid of the Russian people, but he is afraid of the US government because of the threats the Obama administration made against him.”
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    10-17-2017, 08:23 PM
    Excerpts from former Miramax screenwriter Scott Rosenberg's Facebook post, whose mentor was Weinstein throughout the 1990's and early 2000's: So, yeah, I was there. And let me tell you one thing. Let’s be perfectly clear about one thing: Everybody-fucking-knew. Not that he was raping. No, that we never heard. But we were aware of a certain pattern of overly-aggressive behavior that was rather dreadful. We knew about the man’s hunger; his fervor; his appetite.
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    10-17-2017, 07:54 PM
    Plus now, under Obamacare, insurance is not even allowed to offer discount for healthy lifestyle beyond being a non-smoker. Healthy lifestyles pay higher premiums the same as unhealthy lifestyles. The law subsidizes unhealthy lifestyles. We know what happens to anything you subsidize. "Under Obamacare, a 30-year-old male, with a BMI of 18, who works out 5-6 days a week, eats as healthy as possible, and has absolutely no health problems whatsoever, ends up paying the same amount in premiums as a 30-year-old male who is 600lbs, eats two pizzas and drinks two 2-liter sodas daily, and has been previously told by his doctor that he needs to lose weight, or be at risk for heart disease and diabetes."
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    10-17-2017, 06:22 PM
    Reform it? End all government welfare. So he wants to reform welfare. Does that include the world's largest welfare queen, Israel? Let's start with ending all foreign welfare (aka foreign aid).
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    10-16-2017, 08:48 PM
    Chelsea tries a distraction: 920031854677413888 Gets some responses: 920044185213915137 920043741121007616 920035372142342144
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    10-16-2017, 08:40 PM
    Hillary, “I was running down the stairs in heels with a cup of coffee in hand, I was talking over my shoulder and my heel caught and I fell backwards. I tried to get up and it really hurt. I’ve broken my toe. I’ve received excellent care from your excellent health service.” 919998437290110976
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    10-16-2017, 08:03 PM
    There is a human poop map for San Francisco: http://mochimachine.org/wasteland/# This is the crap shoot for January 2015 (human poop, not dog):
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    10-16-2017, 04:59 PM
    AZJoe replied to a thread Catalonia in World News & Affairs
    Imagine if Catalan were an Oblast or Republic of Russia, and Putin acted the way Spain and Rajoy have. Washington and Europe would be howling with indignation, demanding his head on a pike. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?515124-Forced-Takeover-of-Catalan-Government-Institutions-by-Spanish-Police/page4
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    10-16-2017, 12:10 PM
    This is silly Ender. So the County Department of Health is lying? There are no homeless in San Diego, or they are all going to their clean homes and maintaining proper hygiene? The homeless all have proper hygiene and toilets and washrooms? Wake up and step out of fantasy-land. Everything is not manicured lawns and roses. There is more to San Diego than the GasLamp and Coronado Island. Just because you choose not to see the problem, does not mean it does not exist. Its the age old mentality of "As long as I don't look at it, it does not exist." Sure San Diego has some amazing things to enjoy, as does almost any city. It's got great weather, and beaches. But like any city, there is more to it than the tourist and upscale locales. And transient homeless tend to migrate to warmer cities. San Diego is ranked fourth in the nation for homeless : https://www.cheatsheet.com/culture/cities-with-the-most-homeless-people.html/?a=viewall Despite the most wishful Pollyanna thinking, the folks living below don't have toilets and washrooms. Under Friar's Rd:
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    10-15-2017, 12:50 PM
    Forgotten History With tension ever mounting in the Korean peninsular, all the higher every year with US bombers conducting annual drills over South Korea within direct strike range of North Korea, it is notable and deeply regrettable the West has lost all sight and memory of the enormous destruction inflicted on the Korean people in the Korean War 1950-53. How can we ever in the West begin to understand the large scale militarization of North Korea if … political assessment and judgement takes no account of Korean history? North Korea was as a matter of historical fact through the Korean war carpet bombed for three years by US bombers. … US B29s bombing was for most of the war free-range over the whole peninsular. …“The US airforce destroyed every town and village in north Korea”. “The destruction was enormous”. In the words of Air Force General Curtis LeMay:“We burned down every town in North Korea …. over a period of three years or so we killed – what – 20 percent of the population”. And this including the very worst of it large scale use of napalm. To quote Senator John Glenn, then a major in the US air force before becoming an astronaut:“We did a lot of napalm work dropping fuel tanks loaded with napalm, flying in low, called a Nape Scrape”. ..
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    10-15-2017, 12:02 PM
    “Fire and Fury” was not invented by Donald Trump. It is a concept deeply embedded in US military doctrine. It has characterized US military interventions since the end of World War II. … President Truman was a firm advocate of “Fire and Fury” against the people of both North and South Korea. What most people in America do not know –and which is particularly relevant when assessing the alleged “threats” of the DPRK to World peace– is that North Korea lost thirty percent of its population as a result of US led bombings in the 1950s. … Pyongyang 1953 The criminal bombings of Pyongyang in 1951 ordered by president Truman, were opposed by General Douglas MacArthur who was commander of allied forces in Korea:“A defiant Douglas MacArthur appeared before Congress and spoke of human suffering so horrifying that his parting glimpse of it caused him to vomit. “I have never seen such devastation,” the general told members of the Senate Armed Services and Foreign Relations committees. At that time, in May 1951, the Korean War was less than a year old. Casualties, he estimated, were already north of 1 million. “I have seen, I guess, as much blood and disaster as any living man,” he added, “and it just curdled my stomach.” …
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    10-15-2017, 04:49 AM
    What a racket by Wasserman-Schultz's Awan ring. Wasserman-Schultz provides the espionage ring direct access to the files of highest ranking Democrats.No only does the spy gang get paid millions from the public trough to steal the secrets , courtesy of Wasserman-Schultz, they collect again selling the secrets to Pakistanis and who where else.
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    10-13-2017, 05:36 PM
    There may be flaws in the analyses, but Zip’s question however, does not identify any valid flaws. The video plays the recordings with all sounds. Using sound software, the bullet strikes and reports were isolated. Good sound software can do that. It can also measure time lags between sounds. Zippy’s main issue is Zippy’s claim that “He is assuming that all high frequencies are bullets hitting ground.” Zippy rightfully has no issue with the assuming the gun reports are the firing, because they are louder. We know the sound of gun reports. They are identifiable and identifying them is more than mere assumption. The sound is the sound of a rifle report. Zippy understands this, and has no problem with the rifle reports. The video does not assume “all high frequencies are bullets hitting the ground.” Rather, it is only identifying identical high frequency sounds at a high rate in rapid succession that are each followed by a rifle report as the sounds of bullets hitting the ground. (Also of note, bullets striking pavement is not an unknown sound. Like the rifle report, human experience identifies the sounds as consistent with bullets striking pavement). Thus, identifying sounds of bullets striking pavement is likewise more than mere assumption. It is not necessary to determine the “exact moment a bullet hit amidst all the noise.” That is not what the calculation is measuring. It is measuring the time lag between the sound of the bullet striking the ground and the report. Notably measuring the last bullet striking the ground and the following rifle report. Because there are multiple volleys, this measurement can be taken multiple times to verify consistency in the measured lag times. Using this method he arrives at two separate lag times that consistently appear in the recordings made.
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