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    Today, 02:26 PM
    Probably so but I don't want to see any more libertarians, misguided or otherwise, suffering harm from participating in this stuff. Since the various eviction and rent/mortgage moratoriums have expired, it's likely to get even more screwed up out there soon. Information like the tear gas>menstrual cycle shows why it's best for longer term survival to stick with a more military mindset of gathering info from all avenues, even some you may not support, instead of locking oneself inside a one-sided narrative bubble where information is usually custom curated for consumption. Information curators rarely have your best interests in mind, regardless of which faction they're curating for.
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    07-31-2020, 12:42 PM
    NFAC "Grand Master" guy is most likely a Prince Hall freemason putting on a performance.
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    07-31-2020, 12:26 PM
    It's always been that way. Congress authorizes initial troop deployments under war declarations or unconstitutional AUMFs, which turns over authority to Commander-in-Chief to carry it out. No declaration/AUMF requires indefinite troop deployments, however, and Congress can't micromanage what the CiC does under that AUMF. Non-binding resolutions is the best they can do, other than repeal the declaration/AUMF that started it. The fact that I've posted this to these types of threads multiple times and there is never a "42D chess" reply from the Trumpkins tells you it is accurate. They simply can't spin it.
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    07-31-2020, 10:20 AM
    Uh, Trump doesn't need Congress to withdraw them. Congress has no say in what the Commander-in-Chief does about troop deployments and removals unless Congress repeals the legislation that allowed the powers for deployment in the first place. Trump can sign an executive order today ordering full immediate withdraw and there's not a damn thing Congress can do about it. In reality, what we see here is a dog-n-pony show so that Trump can claim he's removing troops, the Trumpkins believe it because it's a Breitbart headline (so it must be true!), and then Congress puts up a phony opposition so Congress takes the blame when it doesn't happen. Trumpkins then either believe that the withdrawal actually happened because they never saw the subsequent blame placed on Congress or they claim "Congress is stopping our President again! Damn Democrats!" Trump comes up smelling like roses to the idiots who don't understand controlled opposition tactics or understand the Commander-in-Chief's powers.
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    07-31-2020, 09:55 AM
    Really? So it wasn't a bigger drop than even the biggest percentage drop during the Great Recession or the Great Depression even, regardless of how it was reported? Gee, it's almost like the governments started passing out big checks to anyone with a pulse and a tax return, while the recipients were ordered to stay home. Shocking news! It's such a blessing that we have Donald and Congress to prevent us from becoming UBI supported communists.
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    07-31-2020, 09:40 AM
    Cain had stage 4 cancer. Every death these days is a "covid" death, according to hospitals. No HCQ is going to reverse stage 4 cancer. I sure wouldn't give two shits about wearing a mask if I knew my death was imminent, either. Since his death news was circulating on the net for days before the official announcement, I assume they didn't want to cut too much into the Rep. Lewis' worship stuff.
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    07-31-2020, 09:30 AM
    I talked to someone who lives in Portland yesterday (mid 50's upper executive level white female). What's not being reported is that all of this hubbub is entirely confined to a section of 2 small blocks in the city and has essentially been cordoned off as "where this happens every night". It hasn't spread to anywhere else in the city and the protestors and police both know to keep it within that designated small area. I was also told that each evening it starts as a peaceful protest and then the police start shooting tear gas into the gathering, which then kicks off what we see on video the next day, labeled as "CHAOS IN PORTLAND". It's basically a manufactured for tv and YT event and as usual, is spun for political purposes and ratings. Otherwise, it's a nothingburger for the residents of Portland outside of the designated 2 block area.
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    07-30-2020, 10:11 AM
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    07-30-2020, 09:48 AM
    Reports of his death was actually circulating on the net days ago. Goes to show how "delayed" the official news of such things actually is.
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    07-30-2020, 09:45 AM
    Speaking of tear gas, another reason for libertarians to stay away from these manufactured conflicts has arisen. Many first-hand reports are emerging of females exposed to the tear gas at recent marches/protests/riots are experiencing lasting physical symptoms, namely major disruptions to their menstrual cycles. It wouldn't surprise me if additional depopulation-related chemical agents are being added to the tear gas formulations.
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    07-30-2020, 09:23 AM
    Who said I oppose it? All I said was that no I wasn't calling Congress or whatever, as it is scripted so whether you or I oppose it or not makes NOT ONE BIT OF DIFFERENCE, except as playing cheerleaders for decrees that already came down long ago from the ivory towers. No one is paying me to be a cheerleader for anyone else's decisions so why would I work for free? lol I can't even get the Treasury to respond to a letter I sent two months ago... Here's my 2015 thread on it: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?470248-Interesting-appeals-court-ruling-in-Canada-debt-based-money-is-done
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    07-30-2020, 09:21 AM
    CFR is calling for it openly also. Not that those of us that have followed this for years are surprised but the rubber is meeting the road now. It Is Time To Abandon Dollar Hegemoney https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/americas/2020-07-28/it-time-abandon-dollar-hegemony
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    07-29-2020, 07:58 PM
    LOL no, because I know for a fact it has been planned for years. I even have a long thread about it from 2015. Wake up dude, none of this is random or accidental. The entire thing, everything that emanates out of your tv, is planned and scripted to be there. Stop deluding yourself. That is the first step to changing anything.
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    07-29-2020, 02:30 PM
    They're always framed as some sort of "oooh better be careful or you'll get Marxism! Be sure to vote Republican so we don't!", which is such a friggin joke for obvious reasons. We see it constantly reinforced by shills like Swordy and his sock puppets right here. Surely the answer is to vote Republican lol. We constantly nibble around the edges about the issue instead of striking at the roots. Ron Paul started striking at the root by pointing out the banking system as the root (a foundational stone of communism) and how it has completely captured the political system, but here we are today right back to the same partisan games, which inevitably devolves right back down to "better vote harder this time for Candidate X or you'll get Candidate Y!" But no one here talks about the bankers anymore and even tolerates all the Trump nonsense, someone who has been proven 1000 times over to the completely banker controlled.
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    07-29-2020, 02:17 PM
    I'm sure things will change immediately after this hearing is completed. /s One Congressman just asked Bezos if Amazon underprices Alexa to corner the smart speaker market. Bezos said sometimes but that's business. Of course the Congressman didn't mention that his only competition is the guy in the other panel, Google's Pichai. This isn't a case of anti-trust for each corporation. The real anti-trust here is that all of these corporations WORK TOGETHER to create one digital reality. Google pushes Amazon's listings, Amazon receives Google's traffic and purchases, Facebook and Google (and Twitter) censors information that is contrary to the official narrative, Amazon hosts 70% of the internet, which Google arranges for consumption, etc, etc. Such theatrics. Apple provides most of the mobile platforms that it all happens on. They all work together and are not competitors. A journalist a while back did a deep dive study to determine just much Amazon, Google and Facebook control the internet and if it was possible to avoid them. The end result was no one that uses the internet can escape them. It's not possible. These corporations are CIA creations with completely fake backstories so absolutely nothing will happen to them.
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    07-29-2020, 10:23 AM
    I really don't understand what's going on here with threads like this. The federal government right now is already Marxist through-and-through, as it hands out huge sums of Treasury money on a daily basis. The entire model is redistribution of wealth and already fulfills about 8 of the 10 planks of the Communist Manifesto, with the CURRENT administration busy implementing the last 2. The only "wokeness" that should be going on is awakening to the simple fact that Marxism is here and it's been here for a long time. The only thing we haven't done collectively is just admit it publicly and embrace it, instead of lying to ourselves about it.
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    07-29-2020, 10:01 AM
    Kodak (!?!?!) gets $750 million from gov for pharma manufacturing. I'm absolutely sure there was no insider trading prior to this WH announcement, as the stock has shot from $2/share to $33/share in a single day. It's also worth noting that Kodak released a cryptocurrency not long ago called KodakCoin. Hmm... https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/28/kodak-soars-another-40percent-after-trump-announces-deal-to-manufacture-generic-drug-ingredients.html Dunno if this is part of vaccine development in particular but I guess the next step will be a cool $1 billion to Polaroid. Nikon and Canon are currently in talks for their cash handouts. lol But be sure to vote R 'cuz D's are socialists....
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    07-29-2020, 12:13 AM
    No comment needed. Y'all already know. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/28/us-mint-asks-for-help-getting-coins-back-in-circulation.html
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    07-28-2020, 06:02 PM
    Aww u mad bro? I guess cruzrulez forgot that Ron ran as a Libertarian Party presidential candidate in 1988.
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    07-28-2020, 05:31 PM
    eta: This is always such a ridiculous argument to engage in since it's well known that both stocks and metals have been completely manipulated by the bankers in order to maintain an appearance of stocks being more valuable, even though JP Morgan himself said only metals are money. All else is credit. It is actually an apples to oranges comparison. We can argue over which time frames to compare returns but seeing how gold was literally BANNED from ownership for much of that period, which obviously had huge impact on price since there was no market allowed for it, plus fixed gold standard rates that you pointed out, that's a really crappy comparison, never mind the massive paper suppression undertaken since then. Adjusted to known monetary base figures, the real value of physical gold is around $33,000/oz right now, according to usdebtclock.org. Or we could get really ugly and go back a thousand years ago instead of the also arbitrary 100. How much was Tesla stock worth in 1000AD? No matter how hard a stock pumper tries to justify stocks as a better investment (never mind that you never actually own the share, the DTC does, comparing to actual ownership of metals), nothing compares to the historical returns of gold and silver as a preserver of wealth. Cherry picking time frames doesn't change that and we'll see that it's true again soon enough, after the FRN denominated stock markets are crushed. I picked 2000 because its a year that gold was freely tradable, stocks had widely available index funds like QQQ, and it was a nice round number right before the Treasury and Fed went retard on money printing. Your eleventy billion percent return figure is obviously not even close to realistic for any investor to have accomplished. Plus, you didn't address my point about how the ETFs are filled with paper gold and can't be redeemed except in very specific circumstances. Good luck buying a share of GLD and then demanding delivery. GLD and SLV are sucker investments. And only idiots pay "storage fees", too.
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    07-28-2020, 04:21 PM
    Sorry but that post is loaded with bs and it's obvious you're now here only to push the rigged stock markets instead of real money and wealth. Usually I don't mind your zippyesque posts but I can't let that one slide. Gold is up about 7X from 2000. Dow is up 2.5X. NASDAQ isn't even up 2X. So even if you held index funds the entire time from 2000 to present day, they're still way outperformed by physical gold even *with* the ridiculous paper suppression games. ETFs like GLD have minimum redemption limits and most of the "gold" that enters their inventory is PAPER CONTRACTS, not physical metals, so good luck even getting the physical.
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    07-28-2020, 03:31 PM
    Also worth noting that 50 pounds of silver goes into each Tomahawk missile.....so yeah there's the war materials thing too.
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    07-28-2020, 03:11 PM
    Yeah, I've heard it's not being rolled out to Israel.
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    07-28-2020, 02:53 PM
    My thought was more directed at silver than gold but your observation jives with it. Someone posted another thread that the US Mint is shutting down SAE production in favor of GAE production. Seems obvious to me that a goal there is to keep the metals that are out of the price range of most people available, while shutting off access to the affordable lil' brother. Plus, if there's a ramp up to war ongoing (and it seems there probably is based on recent propaganda), silver becomes extremely valuable for missile production, for example, and available stocks would be redirected toward any war effort. There's 50 pounds of silver in a single Tomahawk missile. There simply won't be any available except for stackers selling their own.
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    07-28-2020, 02:38 PM
    A clear clue to even the sheepiest of sheep (or donkeys) that this is not about a virus or a vaccine for returning to normal but is instead a giant social engineering psyop. So far, about $6 billion doled out to vaccine companies but now the admission that vaccines won't be the "return to normal". They move the goalposts every couple months to require everyone do something else that fits into the plan. This will continue indefinitely until every aspect of Agenda 2030 has been implemented under the Covid/disease narrative. Give it enough time and they'll be telling us how we have to travel in autonomous electric cars because Uber drivers are disease super-spreaders, after they've told us that "free travel in private cars" has allowed diseases to spread out of control so we must give up our cars. Ex-CDC Director Frieden (Skull and Bones Jesuit) says "another year", while a university infectious disease "expert" says forever. "Even with vaccine, we will be dealing with this forever" https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/28/even-with-vaccine-we-will-be-dealing-with-this-forever-virus-experts.html In other words:
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    07-28-2020, 11:29 AM
    I think availability is much more of an ongoing concern than prices are and should be the driving factor behind deciding whether to buy or not.
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    07-28-2020, 11:25 AM
    The reason here is pretty obvious imo. Only rich man's gold allowed since it's outside of most people's budgets already and will only get further out until the reset. Poor man's gold not allowed since it's still relatively affordable, for now.
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    07-27-2020, 08:54 PM
    Surely, exercising your precious right to vote will be tied to receiving the vaccines. IMO, the reason there's multiple vaccine funding streams (aside from the obvious insider pay-offs like Sloui) is because various vaccine choices will be available to those that administer them and which one the victim is administered depends on their "standing" in society, as dictated by unseen forces. Some will receive a sterilization vaccine, others will receive a kill shot, others will receive a placebo, etc. It'll be a wheel of fortune for those that line up not knowing (realizing) that their shot may not be the same shot the other guy receives. There's certain "tells" about which is which, based on relatively intuitive knowledge about who is making each. The key may be to know in advance which is which, if at all possible. Using the military, instead of the standard CVS/Walgreens, limits the possibility of finding out which is which.
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