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    Today, 10:01 AM
    A masterful political distraction away from the emerging story that Cuomo purposely moved sick (identified as Covid infected but imo were flu and pneumonia) elderly into senior facilities with the intention, and eventual success, of killing off thousands of elderly residents that NY state was footing the bill for their care. Nothing like a flimsy #metoo type headline to bury what looks to be mass genocide by a sitting Governor. That narrative sounds like typical NY italian behavior, straight out of a Scorcese wedding scene.
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    03-02-2021, 12:35 PM
    Unless he obtained allodial title to the land it's not his land. If the transfer was registered (aka recorded) then it is the county and/or state's land, as the county or state is trustee of the land and therefore is titleholder. Most don't understand this and falsely believe they own the property they live in and on and then wonder why henchmen of the trustee come and harass them.
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    03-02-2021, 12:17 PM
    There were a couple, like Tripoli. Then US military showed up and fixed that.
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    03-02-2021, 12:06 PM
    Bitcoin was the conditioning tool for the masses to get accustomed to the idea of a (already long planned) central bank digital currency, managed in "digital wallets".
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    03-01-2021, 02:08 PM
    Riiiiight, because signing globalist treaties that turned over American sovereignty to the UN and created the North American Union (USMCA) has anything whatsoever to do with libertarian self-determination and constitutional conservatism. I'm amazed you guys are still drinking the Trump kool-aid, even to this day. It's obvious to anyone not a cultist or a shill that Trump was nothing more than a hot-aired filled trojan horse of the globalists. I mean really, he set up his own base to be labeled domestic terrorists by the mass media, Congress and the incoming administration on his way out the door, yet y'all still genuflect at his statue. Amazing.... Hillary, I bet ya a million dollars that those idiots will erect a statue of me even after I finish dismantling their party. Bet? (eta: Biden is building on Trump's USMCA foundation already and claiming that the Biden administration has UN authority to bomb Syria now. No constitutional authority or restrictions are necessary anymore. Notice Trump never ever, ever, ever mentioned the constitution during his 4 years. Not once.)
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    03-01-2021, 11:06 AM
    A statue of Trump? Every time I think I've seen it all.... So long conservative GOP majority. All your base are belong to Trump cult, no matter how ridiculous the very notion is. Splintering the GOP into segregated Trump-conservative-libertarian factions, who have no ideological mutual interests, is the formal death of conservatism and the solidification of left domination. The Trump trojan horse psyop worked better than tptb that own him ever could have imagined. He's out of office and even obviously set up a trap for his own base on his way out, yet is still thought of by most of them as if he's anything more than an ex-President with a NYC liberal elitist background who has always been surrounded by globalists, NYC elitists and grifters.
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    02-27-2021, 12:32 PM
    That's when you know that the publicly stated reason is not the real reason, aside from the fact that covid is a hoax and the WH knows it. Sounds like the suggestion that it's to limit media participation to only a few select organizations is the goal. They're already slowly putting up physical and mental borders around the federal buildings. Everything is slowly but surely limiting access to "The People's Houses".
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    02-27-2021, 12:25 PM
    There's no telling how much was skimmed out of stock markets from shell entities created by the Trumps as "investment vehicles", while his various tweets literally moved the markets up and down, day in and day out, also. I'd bet that amount dwarfs even the $1.6b revenue figure. 4 years of "trade deal" tweets, front run by large options positions was like having their own family personal money printer. The Trump clan was the greatest daytraders in history.
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    02-24-2021, 07:07 PM
    GME shooting up again. I'm gonna make a bold prediction that they're about to use GME to start a major correction. I've been wrong before so no, this isn't advice. "News" item released by banker controlled Reuters yesterday (2-23...322 reversed) and pushed across all major media today: https://www.reuters.com/news/picture/rescued-australian-sheep-freed-from-wool-idUSRTX9PYH4
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    02-21-2021, 02:17 PM
    A conversation about what? Seems to me the entire conversation centers on the patently ridiculous notion that something that does not exist has an inherent value. I don't engage in logically delusional conversations. Some people may be greedy enough and delusional enough to believe such a patently and naturally ridiculous premise but not me. Plus, the fact that crypto would be suppressed by the options markets while financial media and MSM in general would be completely ignoring cryptos if it weren't an officially sanctioned banker ponzi, instead of promoting it daily on their propaganda networks. So, ya got nothing. Let me give you the same clue that I gave dannno. If the media gives something lots of coverage, it's because they want you to embrace it. Didn't you learn anything from the "black out Ron Paul" days about how the media treats something that is a threat to the establishment?
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    02-21-2021, 01:32 PM
    Yes, so fair that trading is halted or restricted in only one direction on tickers when one side of the trade is in danger of losing large naked bets. What's more fair than that? I could easily dissect your post but why bother? Everything that has been made easier has only made it easier for the little guy to lose more and lose quicker. This is a casino, sir. Arrrrgggh, Captain, I sees some very small dingys port side we haven't pillaged yet! Hard to port and prepare to board!
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    02-18-2021, 07:48 PM
    I congratulate Congress on the masterful job they did during the hearing today. At a time when there is a major effort to convince people, especially doe-eyed younger people, that the government is their friend and wants to help them and fix problems and provide for them, Congress today did a masterful job of displaying to that large swath of younger people that the government is not only not their friend but is, in fact, the friend of the corporation and the banks. Well done Rep Waters and the rest of your committee! Perhaps some people may wonder why, for example, Rep. Loudermilk spent his 5 minutes telling Wall Street how amazing and truthful they are, and go see on opensecrets.org that Loudermilk's top 3 campaign donor sectors are Insurance, Banks and Investment Firms. Even the self proclaimed Woman of the People, Ocasio-Cortez, who many young people eagerly awaited her questioning, asked the exact same questions as the rest of the Committee. How many times did they need to hear about Citadel's front-running? People watched Congress ask question after question that were, by and large, irrelevant to what people wanted answers about. People watched as the few reasonably tough questions that were asked were entirely avoided by Wall Street with little to no resistance. The younger people have received a valuable lesson during this whole thing. No, the government is not your friend. No, Wall Street does not play by their own rules and they are not interested in anything except their own accumulation of the people's wealth. No, no one is going to help you, no one is going to provide for you unless it benefits the provider much more greatly than the recipient, and the pledges of working for the people's benefit is a giant lie they tell you while they steal everything possible from you. Well done, Congress. Well done indeed. Your hearing today did more to shed light on truth more than anything we could have done.
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    02-17-2021, 04:54 PM
    I'll front run the lies from the pirates tomorrow and post Thomas Peterffy of Interactive Brokers admitting on CNBC that the coordinated lockdowns of accounts and suspension of buying was to protect the brokerages and the clearinghouses. "We restricted to protect ourselves....uh to protect customers, but most of all to protect the marketplace, to protect the clearinghouse." It's on video here: https://twitter.com/ohmytvconefive/status/1354885351496683522 What he doesn't specify is that retail traders are not the "customers". Retail traders are their product, not their customers. What he's saying is that they shut down buying because if it continued, the dominoes would have started falling as the hedge fund collapses, then the brokerage collapses, then their clearinghouse collapses, etc, because the price of GME would keep rising and the short could never be covered. There already were way too many claims on shares on the books, with more coming in by the moment, than what actually exists. They've allowed this internal fraud for many years but were about to get caught on it. The rampant fraud would have been exposed as the house of smoke and mirrors started collapsing. THE BROKERAGES, CLEARINGHOUSES, DTCC, TREASURY, FED ALL KNOW THAT THIS FRAUD IS BUSINESS AS USUAL. It is part and parcel of the pirate looting operation.
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    02-17-2021, 12:47 PM
    It's tinfoil hat territory but I still can't shake the feeling that a different Rush was inserted into the seat after he disappeared because of the drug problem. The actual voice that came out of the radio was noticeably different than the voice that was there before. It's always seemed like a different person took over the show and just portrayed Rush Limbaugh.
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    02-17-2021, 12:40 PM
    I don't think we're as far apart on this as you may think. The result invariably ends up being ever more laws that not only maintain the imbalance but actually increase it! "How were the dirty commoners able to threaten our pirate looting operation under our British admiralty war flag? We must act immediately!"
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    02-17-2021, 12:14 PM
    Is there no room for governmental law to reflect natural law? That is the point I'm trying to make. Nature enjoys balance and when some aspect becomes increasingly out of balance, it inevitably is placed back into balance, and usually by increasingly more violent means. See: earthquakes and volcanoes, for example. Laws among men can be applied that reflect this need for balance, thus avoiding the violent reversions. I don't think natural law and man's law must be mutually exclusive. In the context of this GME topic, allowing TBTF to actually fail is how balance can start to be restored. Everything economic has become so far out of balance that the reversion will be increasingly violent. (eta: if Rep. Hill and Sherman's comments I'm watching right now on CNBC are any indication, it'll be a whitewash of the collusive behavior of all Wall Street parties to prevent them from taking a loss. Focusing on Robinhood's capitalization and "gamification" of trading, etc. Wall Street owns Congress so it's no surprise.)
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    02-17-2021, 11:37 AM
    Oh no, who will tell me a 30 minute long story about scary Democrats just to sell me a home security system?
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    02-17-2021, 11:26 AM
    Oh, are you a mason? I've read that masonic argument that (subjective) "actual justice" is the goal, regardless of whether it comports with existing law or not. Machiavellian 'End Justifies The Means'. If you just "know" someone is guilty, throw them in prison for justice, even if the evidence and/or applicable law doesn't support it. Because you just know they did it. For me, justice is an equal application of standards of conduct against two parties that agree to interact, not changing the established rules of the game in the middle of the game, especially when the one that holds the power in the game is in danger of losing the game. If the little guy can lose everything, so then should the big guy. This is known as "live by the sword, die by the sword." That is justice and maintains natural balance. Increasing imbalances always eventually lead to ever more violent reversions back to balance. This GME episode is a microcosm example of that in action. There's a lot more people now that see how the system is rigged against them from all angles. I'm not an anarchist so I don't believe there is no role for government. Good government (which we do not have with the current crop of criminals, hence the increasing imbalance) does have a role in ensuring imbalances do not become so large as to guarantee an eventual violent reversion back to balance.
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    02-17-2021, 10:37 AM
    About half of Robinhood's revenue comes from Citadel in exchange for their order flow. ZH has confirmed this. This makes Robinhood little more than a front for Citadel, who is a front for the DTC, who is a front for the Fed. You can't isolate one in the chain (especially the most front facing of the collusive group) and say they are not part of Wall Street and therefore blameless. They are the "Joe Biden" to the "City of the London" (Biden->CFR->RIIA->City of London). Would you say the same about Joe as you do about Robinhood? Doubt it. That's the issue here though. It appears they (and other brokers) are not buying 10,000 shares for internal trading. They are buying 1,000 but "selling" 10,000 (keeping an unknown amount of transactions in their internal dark pools, where the existence of 10,000 shares doesn't matter and is only a book entry, iow fractional reserve equity markets) then screaming OH SHIT SHUT IT DOWN when the 1,000, not the 10,000 sold, are actually available for repurchase by the shorter. There's still 10,000 claims on shares though. This is exactly what I, and many others, think happened and caused the coordinated buying shutdown. Again, Robinhood is clearly beholden to whoever provides the bulk of its earnings and if/when Robinhood went down, the next up the chain is responsible for paying out the claims that Robinhood can not. They were caught by their own long-running fraud and decided to close the doors when it became clear that the chain was in danger of losing large amounts of cash, if not collapsing entirely. If we lose everything, that's a-ok though.
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    02-16-2021, 06:01 PM
    I'm pretty anti-piracy, yes, and that's all Wall Street is. You support thievery, dannno? It's not widely known to most people that believe they have a "retirement account" full of "stocks", no. Is it known to those of us who take the time to pop the hood to understand how this giant scam works? Yep. I'm not convinced that creating fake shares is legal, seeing how naked shorting is illegal, which is the creation of fake shares to sell. Do you have a link to share describing how the creation of fake shares is legal? Someone asked earlier in the thread if I'm a law and order type. I am, if different standards are applied to each counterparty in a contract! The SEC will throw the little guy under the prison for breaking securities law. Wall Street gets bonuses, promotions and bail-outs. It is the worst of imbalances possible. I know they work similarly and that is one reason I know the crypto market is just another banker creation of smoke and mirrors and a money laundering operation. It runs the exact same playbook as the stock markets. Wash trading by a few whales, fake "shares" to raise prices (tether), futures markets, etc. This thread isn't about cryptos though.
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    02-16-2021, 02:46 PM
    2 days until the heads of Citadel, Melvin, Robinhood, and other pirates show up in front of Congress. It has the potential to reveal some very interesting and somewhat "secret" information about how Wall Street really functions. I sent some info to a few select Financial Services members, especially the gentleman from WV, that details how brokers route many trades to their own internal dark pools where the broker itself takes the other side of the trade and never sends the order to the exchange. This practice creates fake securities (shares, options contracts, etc) that only exist as book entries on broker's books and do not represent real shares or contracts issued by the corporation or a designated market maker. That, along with naked shorting (which appears to be illegal now) creates a massive higher number of claims on shares than actual shares. THIS is why GME and other tickers were shut down, accounts locked, and buying restricted. The smoke and mirrors of the "stock markets" would have collapsed as there were nowhere near as many real shares being traded on the exchanges to fulfill demand and the illegal shorters like Melvin would have been completely bankrupted practically overnight as the -real- supply and demand principle drove the price of -real- shares through the roof. Melvin would never have been able to actually cover their shorts because the shares they need simply aren't available for repurchase except at infinite valuation! If the squeeze had carried through it would have exposed the massive fraud and collapsed the entire system as the dominoes started falling. If the hedgie can't cover, then their broker must, if broker can't then market maker must, etc etc. What would happen if it became widely known that many of the "shares" people think they hold in various accounts turned out to be NON-EXISTENT and merely book entries internally managed by the brokerages? The entire value of the markets exposed as smoke and mirrors? It certainly explains how the "markets" could easily be manipulated daily by a handful of computers run by the Fed, Treasury (ESF), Citadel and Blackrock and how the market "values" could have ramped through the roof after the covid sell-off, defying all logic, even as the economy completely disconnected from "markets". It was all ESF money handed to the Treasury by Congress, with wash trading back and forth by Citadel and Blackrock, to restore confidence and get people to feel safe enough to send their money back into the smoke and mirrors. This is how they were able to literally contain the covid crash to exactly their favorite Skull and Bones (Mnuchin is SnB) date range.....2/23 to 3/22. Monday 2/24 is when the crash started and Monday 3/23 was the bottom. This link documents below how there are nowhere near as many actual available shares as have been "sold" and/or "shorted" for GME. Returning shares to those with claims on them has led to a huge amount of Fail-To-Deliver, meaning the shares can't be obtained for return! Because they don't exist on the exchanges and have been rehypothecated many times over! We see this same scheme in metals markets also, with 100paper-to-1physical clams on an ounce of silver, for example. I think it's safe to assume that this same fraud has been extended to all markets. We even see it in the currency itself with fractional reserve "lending" and what happens during a bank run, when it becomes clear that obligations on the bank are not supported by actual assets of that bank. Where are the shares? https://wherearetheshares.com/ Don't get me started on Citadel's illegal front-running of orders that do get sent to the exchanges.
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    02-16-2021, 02:18 AM
    Speaking of watching out for their numbers: Did anyone notice that the Covid stock market crash took place in 2020 exactly between dates 2-23 to 3-22? Go verify on a Dow chart. It's true. That date range is approaching once again. The Dow is also approaching 33,000 and looks likely to hit it in the same date range.
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    02-16-2021, 01:37 AM
    This is interesting because it's a common tactic to place controlled assets into leadership positions so that both sides of any issue, and the force of the masses behind them, are equally controlled and can be guided in desired directions. See: Duality of good vs evil, freemason doctrine of black/white, controlled opposition. But at the same time, these FBI informant revelations could be an effective way to sow FUD among resistance. Or is it the unpublished third choice, that it is both, instead of the duality choice of one-or-the-other, which is the oft presented option? Given some of those people's connections with the Trump insider contingent (such as Roger Stone) I'm inclined to think it is both. I'm a bit embarrassed that I didn't pick up on this regarding the Proud Boys leader's arrest. In hindsight, the story of the Proud Boy leader's arrest on the way to the protest would also have removed him from the uncomfortable position of having to actually engage in the protest and risk being caught up in the staged Capitol drama that was to ensue. Staged arrests are a common tactic to remove controlled assets from harm's way.......he was arrested yet there was no video of the arrest by him or his escorts? Even possible he never went there in the first place and this arrest story circulated to explain away his absence...
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    02-15-2021, 01:09 PM
    Especially when the OP article cherry-picks a handful of Beltway types as the standard bearer example, as if anything wafting out of the swamp isn't fully tainted and co-opted by the swamp already. After reading the OP, I'm not even sure what message is attempting to be conveyed. Police good? Black people bad? I don't get it.
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    02-15-2021, 12:58 PM
    Well yeah of course, duh. The single highest posting handle since 2016 on RPF is the main one. Some of the old handles here were taken over and are not controlled by the original creators. Some years ago members were also offered payments for turning over their accounts and/or not commenting on certain topics. I'm sure some sold out for the 30 pieces of silver.
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    02-15-2021, 12:42 PM
    Politboro advocates gonna advocate for Politboro. Good luck getting more than 10% of the voting population to sign off on secret Congress votes as the norm. I'm sure they thought they could continue to milk the fake Trump theatrics into something as ridiculous as a ground swell of support for secret voting, cuz ya know, Donald and all, but stuff like that only looks good on paper during the "what if-planning phase". It'll never fly in practice or execution. This government structure may be going down the tubes but it's no where near far enough gone to get people to accept something like that.
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    02-13-2021, 03:59 PM
    Ooops, you probably weren't supposed to say that out loud, Sir John. 1:45 mark https://www.bitchute.com/embed/sFvi64ZbnFum/ In case embed doesn't work: https://www.bitchute.com/embed/sFvi64ZbnFum/
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    02-13-2021, 02:13 AM
    devil21 replied to a thread #silversqueeze in Economy & Markets
    Whoa, hold on a sec. That's not even close to accurate, if put into context of debt money printing since 1913. Silver's unsupressed dollar value is around $4800 according to usdebtclock.org. No doubt there is some leeway there because of cycles of destruction of FRN dollars (stock market crashes, for example, wiping out imaginary dollar printing from accounting books) but $22 is fairly priced? Shirley, you jest. Perhaps after a major currency reset will that figure line up with dollar reality but it currently does not. When $22 is a fair and free market value for physical silver, we'll be in the midst of the worst depression ever experienced. Why? Because currency will be so relatively scarce (4800 per oz currently in circulation >>> down to 22 :eek:) that commerce as we know it will have basically ceased. (sidenote: It's clear now that wsb/retail is being set up as an excuse/scapegoat/reason for economic changes. I had it out a bit with wizardwatson in the GME thread about whether it was planned or has emerged as an easy excuse but, regardless, it is being set up that way now.)
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