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    Yesterday, 02:55 AM
    devil21 replied to a thread Stocks: Market Crash Looming in Economy & Markets
    implied open -365 and moving quickly as of 4:55am. active market today!!
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    Yesterday, 01:42 AM
    devil21 replied to a thread Stocks: Market Crash Looming in Economy & Markets
    Dow futures down 400 pts as of 3:30am.
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    06-18-2018, 10:43 PM
    Something something Carol Rosin something something Wernher von Braun something something....
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    06-18-2018, 11:24 AM
    Last week, iirc, there was a brief news snippet (aren't the ones showing how the system really works always "brief snippets"?) about US air carriers being fined for ticket price collusion. It was a paltry ~$50m.
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    06-18-2018, 11:19 AM
    Dunno about you folks but when I think Spanish royalty, I always envision tall white men with big noses and big ears ;) eta: that look like Ryan Stiles
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    06-18-2018, 11:12 AM
    Given the proclivities of our ruling class, I'm not sure the adults the kids came with are the sex traffickers you should be worrying about. Having 1000's of "trainable" children separated from families, handed over to NGOs for undetermined lengths of time inside secure facilities that even sitting US Senators can't access? It's not like there's evidence of child sex trafficking or histories of MK-ULTRA and the like to draw comparisons from...
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    06-16-2018, 10:39 AM
    Hold on! Hold the phone! Wait. ZIPPY (and TheCount) was one of the peanut gallery that mocked the reports of Texas Walmarts being converted into holding facilities back during the Jade Helm discussion!! Now, Zippy is posting threads criticizing the internment of people into CONVERTED WALMART HOLDING FACILITIES IN TEXAS! This thread can not continue until Zippy and TheCount apologizes for mocking those of us that commented on the Walmart stuff.
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    06-15-2018, 11:55 AM
    AIPAC lackey, MIC stooge. Same ol' eta: The lessons here are that in order for a libertarian to win in a Republican field, the libertarian has to wrap his/her views in a media-inspired package. Be the biggest Trumptard on the planet while threading in libertarian ideals in your platform. Don't attack sheeple voter's "sacred cows". Most voters are MSM swallowing sheep and that's probably not going to change, though support for Trump is a mile wide by an inch deep (as are most voters grasp of candidates and issues). People like Arrington win because they do it while threading in neocon ideals. One that considers running for GOP office should start considering whether the same semi-chameleon strategy can work for libertarians as well. My opinions on Trump are well known here but if I was running for a GOP office I'd be a Trumptard. A Trumptard that threads in sound money, Constitutional rights, strong defense (not offense), 2A support, etc. If there's one thing we've learned over the years it's that attacking the media-created "sacred cows" isn't a winning electoral strategy. (assuming the votes even matter....)
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    06-14-2018, 10:29 AM
    Ok, Dolores.
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    06-14-2018, 10:23 AM
    Funny, not a single reply of yours addressed any of my assertions in the thread. Nothing but personal attacks. That's not winning, sorry. It's the hallmark of the Trumptard to devolve quickly back to 5th grade rhetoric when confronted with uncomfortable information. An impenetrable shield of denial keeps the Trumptard safely distanced from reality. A space where mere insults become a winning argument, not unlike how Trump himself operates.
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    06-13-2018, 10:08 PM
    Yep, knew it. Delusional Trumptard^^^ Tell us more about how Trump is fighting the globalists by filling his cabinet with them!
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    06-13-2018, 09:49 PM
    Blah blah. Stop posting trolling comments that imply that people that aren't Trump lovers aren't libertarians and then you wouldn't have to worry about it.
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    06-13-2018, 08:36 PM
    My assumption is based on your original unnecessary trolling post. I'm in the box because I'm not genuflecting at the feet of a reality tv personality? Ooook. Carry on then.
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    06-13-2018, 07:08 PM
    Perhaps you should read Sun Tzu's Art of War. If you think you can defeat an enemy without understanding the enemy's tactics, while playing by the enemy's rules (which the enemy changes at will, I might add) then you're in for a lot of frustration. Never did I suggest giving up or futility. Actually, quite the opposite. I'm offering information that can hopefully make you think outside of the box. Or I could just say "vote harder and write strongly worded letters", if you prefer. That would indicate giving up.
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    06-13-2018, 07:00 PM
    Actually, gold is different because gold is a representation of past labor already expended, not future labor promised to someone else. Gold and other hard assets are payment for work already done because they are a "store of energy expended". A true store of wealth, unlike paper or digital notes (look up legal definition of a "note") that represent future promises of energy expended. I might add, future promises that can be reneged and/or defaulted on by the counter-party. Hence why gold is money and has intrinsic value and everything else is credit. No counter-party can renege on physical gold in your hand. JP Morgan knew this, as do his disciples. They won't tell you that though... That's like asking Dolores in season one of Westworld why she drops the can of beans outside of the market at the same time every morning.
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    06-13-2018, 06:47 PM
    You don't know anything about what I have or haven't done.
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    06-13-2018, 02:08 PM
    Do you even fractional reserve, bro? Wells Fargo is a member of the Federal Reserve System, yes or no? A payment of something in the future, though you aren't getting paid since currency and computer digits is not money. Money is gold and other hard assets. "Gold is money, all else is credit." - JP Morgan
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    06-13-2018, 01:54 PM
    Which reality is that? The one on the TV? Bread and circuses work just as well today as they ever did. Even better now actually since the electronic age has made complete saturation possible. Ok well I tried. Feel free to continue believing that a NYC billionaire that flew around with convicted pedophiles is working to save you.
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    06-13-2018, 01:45 PM
    A living man can not borrow anything from a piece of paper or a building. Buildings and paper have nothing to lend. Remember Zip, "money"/currency in the current system is nothing more than a FUTURE PROMISE TO PAY. Currency is literally future labor. Your own future labor. Therefore, a "bank" issues you your own future labor, your own promise to pay. Your own credit. Pretty simple, really. Federal Reserve Notes. Says who owns it right on it. Fun side note: The word "signature" derives from the word "sin". Committing sin by your own hand. Hmm, sounds like a rabbit hole...
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    06-13-2018, 01:36 PM
    Probably because some of us have learned that "how shit really works" part and don't mind being vocal about it. Been on YT lately? More awakened folks requires more complicated and advanced disinfo tactics, like constant shill saturation of websites and nonsense like QAnon to mislead the low hanging fruit before they really start to catch on. In actuality, the tactics really aren't all that different than even when Ron was running. There's just a lot more of it these days.
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    06-13-2018, 01:30 PM
    Don't forget the fun mental exercise: A branch recently closed near me. Is it still a bank? If laundry machines take up the space next, is it still a bank?
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    06-13-2018, 01:27 PM
    No, a bank alone can't issue credit. A bank issues you your own credit, in the form of the bank's private currency, then charges you for it. If a bank, a lowly piece of paper, could do anything itself, why does it need your signature (or coming soon, your retina scan/biometric)?
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    06-13-2018, 01:16 PM
    Of course it is. It's a piece of paper with articles of incorporation on it filed with a Secretary of State. A bank is not a building, a bank is not a human or an animal. A piece of paper. That's it. A building can not issue credit. A piece of paper can not issue credit. A building just stands there being a building. A piece of paper just sits there being a piece of paper. It is the human that goes to the building who pledges his future labor. Future labor=credit. The other brainwashed humans in the building create accounting entries that issue the human "borrower" their own credit, their own future labor. Here's a fun mental exercise. A branch recently closed near me. Is it still a bank? If laundry machines take up the space next, is it still a bank?
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    06-13-2018, 01:04 PM
    Indeed we have, yet you still insist that a piece of paper called a "bank" has credit to extend. A piece of paper does nothing but sit there and be a piece of paper.
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    06-13-2018, 12:49 PM
    No, it is not borrowing money. The bank creates that accounting entry the moment you use the card. It is YOU that creates the credit, not the bank, and then sign the receipt pledging to pay back your own credit (your own future labor, really) but with interest. You frame it as if the bank has a big pool of money sitting there that is allocated to your credit card purchase. You know that's not how it works. A bank has no credit. A bank is a piece of paper sitting in a filing cabinet in an office in Delaware. Only PEOPLE that can labor have credit. Well, first, that $10k just created $90k of accounting entry of the $500k total. Then the bank created the other $410k accounting entry when you signed the paperwork. Signing bank paperwork isn't about pledging to repay. It's about authorizing the bank to issue you your own credit with their terms attached. You can issue your own credit...well, at least if 99.99% of the population wasn't brainwashed into believing the nonsense that you push. A wise man once told me that my signature is the most valuable thing I own. For the record, I don't 100% hate banking or credit use. It has its function. Equifax says the all caps name has a stellar credit score. What I 100% hate is the MASSIVE DISINFORMATION that makes up what modern banking is and your posts are rife with it.
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    06-13-2018, 12:34 PM
    What can I say? I've learned a lot about how shit really works since the original RP days. It's a shame others have not and are still stuck in a false reality. Btw, I usually try to qualify my statements by mentioning that yes, "Trump" is doing some things that we advocated for. Seems others are set on ignoring everything else Trump is/was wrapped up in and insist on giving credit for those changes to a mere PR guy, when it's been clear for a while to those paying attention, that those "changes" were already long in the works. You should probably look up the definition of the word "faction", as used in the context of Swordsmyth's post.
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    06-12-2018, 10:08 PM
    I'm not following what your assertion is. The contents of Snowden's material show competing CFR factions? Or that Snowden was CFR and his leak itself proves competing CFR factions? Your posts need more specifics.
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    06-12-2018, 09:57 PM
    One guy does not a faction make.
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    06-12-2018, 09:46 PM
    I'm gonna need some kind of source material for that assertion.
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    06-12-2018, 09:44 PM
    Where your argument fails is that the banks don't loan money and there's literally no comparison between you loaning someone cash out of your own pocket and a bank credit card. Banks issue you your own credit and then charge you for it. It's not the bank's credit that is issued. It is your credit. If someone wishes to default on their own credit, why can't they?
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