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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 10:50 AM
    Neel Kashkari was asked yesterday on CNBC about the Fed buying bonds of Apple and other large mainstream companies, who surely would be able to otherwise find bond buyers in regular markets, under the program you mentioned. The reasoning of the question is that FedResAct 13(3), under which that program is operated, is very restrictive about bond buying and only applies to bonds from companies that otherwise would not find buyers for market disruption reasons. Kashkari dodged the entire question and focused on the Fed buying the the junk bond ETFs. Not a word about the facility he was asked about. He obviously did NOT want to answer why the Fed is buying Apple's bonds. The only reasonable explanation is that the Fed's bond buying SPV, through Blackrock, is handing Apple newly created money and Apple is then using it to buyback their own stock, which is sending their stock higher every day and has a huge weighting on the Dow's daily index number. The Fed is handing out newly created money to many of these high flying companies, via this bond program, that is being used to artificially inflate their stocks and create an illusion of a healthy stock market, if one goes by the daily index closing numbers alone. The S&P500 is pretty much now the S&P5, since the other 495 stocks are either flat or falling. But the average Joe looks at the daily closing numbers and thinks "everything is fine", thanks to a handful of companies receiving fresh Fed cash via their illegal bond program, which is then dumped into their own stock. If not for that illegal bond buying operation and the rest of the Fed's 13(3) operations, markets would be down at least 40%, not sitting at near all time highs. (eta: Apple and Tesla and soon several others are splitting their stock shares, reducing the per share price, which allows even more Fed money to be pumped into them without the prices appearing any more ridiculous than they already do. A sort of "price reset", since those stocks are already getting out of cost reach of retail bagholders. Seems to me that the Fed is hell bent on keeping up the facade of "everything is fine" even to the point of blatantly violating its own charter and turning the entire NYSE into about 10 stocks doing AWESOME while everything else goes to shit. Apple up 20% today! Every other stock down 5% today. "Dow closes in the green" is the headline everyone sees. Especially in case of another lockdown, which Kashkari himself is advocating, and the coming default tsunami. Move along folks, nothing to see here. Everything is fine. If it isn't fine for you then you must be doing something wrong. Markets are green!)
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    Today, 10:27 AM
    Given what we've seen as the culmination of all the evidence, none of them are getting within spitting distance of the WH unless they've been caught on photographic media being very, very bad. Like immediate -career-ending, do not pass go and collect $200, go straight to jail- type bad. That would certainly include Trump, who received billions in free media publicity in 2016, as compared to Dr. Paul's "he who shall not be named" treatments by the same media.
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    Today, 09:52 AM
    The "evidence" is a claim in a book, which was solely sourced from a civil lawsuit court filing. That's it. That's the entire source of the claim of Trump banning Epstein. A court filing. Must be true since court filings are all truthful and accurate, right? But wait, then there's the other court filing alleging that Trump raped a 13 year old, along with Derschowitz. Well crap, there goes the theory that court filings are all true, right? So yeah, in order to live in the Trumpkin la-la land you have to have the power to know which allegations in court filings are true and which ones are false. It's so amazing how Trumpkins are able to discern literally every fact from fiction regardless of how much corroborating supports one or the other! A high feat indeed! Until it is realized that the propaganda mantra is: "If it's negative about Donald, it's a lie. If it's positive about Donald, it's the truth." That's the extent of Trumpkin discernment. -------------------- And let's not forget that the Podesta emails indicate Maya Harris attending a Podesta pizza party. Seems the overwhelming evidence here is that they're ALL a bunch of pedos that can't stop themselves from defiling children and is a big part of why they run for office against each other, donate to each other and appoint each other to important decision-making government posts. It's the only way their criminal behavior goes unpunished. And with Mossad sitting on the photographic evidence to ensure their compliance in case any one suddenly gets a conscience. Notice who Kamala's husband is? Yep, they're -always- involved.
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    Today, 09:36 AM
    Trump For President 2016: I LOVE WIKILEAKS! WE LOVE WIKILEAKS, DON'T WE ALL LOVE WIKILEAKS? VOTE FOR ME IF YOU LOVE WIKILEAKS! Trump President 2019: Julian Who? Never heard of him. Next question.
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    Today, 09:26 AM
    Yep, I'm expecting lockdowns to start being re-instituted in September. The Minnesota Fed's Neel Kashkari (formerly of Treasury TARP fame...revolving door) has been making the rounds on media lately pushing for a 6 week HARD lockdown. That looks like the conditioning starting point for what will soon become a much louder call for lockdowns by the various talking heads again, especially as real flu season starts up. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/07/opinion/coronavirus-lockdown-unemployment-death.html
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    Today, 09:16 AM
    Nope, it's not like he appointed the people out in front of the cameras all day for months telling us all, Governors included, that we needed to shut down the economy to save us from teh killer covis! He definitely had nothing to do with that at all. (though I know he didn't appoint them himself, just acting, but the perception that he appointed them is still accurate)
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    08-13-2020, 10:55 AM
    US Mint has recently put out a video PSA begging for your coins. Never mind that the head of the US Mint looks like Igor from Frankenstein and has the charisma of lawn furniture. Very convincing.... And now Mnuchin is begging for your coins. https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/mnuchin-begs-coins-amid-shortage-avoid-depositing-these-pennies
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    08-13-2020, 10:43 AM
    Always look for the social engineering motive and how it plays into Agenda 2030. My quick answer to your question, based on that premise, is that they want people out of Single Family Home properties in urban areas so those properties can soon be demolished and replaced with the stack-n-pack mixed use apartment buildings. I don't know where you live bv3 but here in Charlotte NC, those types of developments have been going up like gangbusters from the city center and outward. The areas surrounding city center is still inhabited by a lot of older folks in 1950's/60's SFHs. Agenda 2030 calls for SFH zoning to be abolished (currently cited as "racist" and "classist" as the excuse to demonize it and abolish it, never the real reason, but ironic since many of those properties are inhabited by minorities) and existing SFHs to be replaced with the stack-n-packs. Driving people out of those properties, for redevelopment and later inhabitation by the younger people who think living in such settings are great, is the aim. It's all about Agenda 2030 these days. If it's "big news", it's Agenda 2030 related social engineering 99% of the time.
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    08-12-2020, 11:30 AM
    Another $1.5B to Moderna https://www.india.com/news/world/covid-vaccine-update-us-seals-1-5-billion-dollar-deal-with-moderna-for-100-million-vaccine-doses-4108908/
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    08-12-2020, 10:01 AM
    Don the Con spent all of his formative years around NYC mobsters. Ya think maybe he picked up a trick or two?
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    08-12-2020, 09:50 AM
    You basically summed up Chapter 1 of Albert Pike's book "Morals and Dogma", which is the how-to manual of crowd manipulation. How to harness and direct the power of the crowd. There's a reason it was given to every mason throughout most of the 20th century. It's not light reading but here's text version http://www.freemasons-freemasonry.com/apike01.html Audio version starts here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkriUbNsLPM&feature=emb_logo
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    08-11-2020, 11:16 PM
    Kamala's sister Maya attended a Podesta pizza party... http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?503312-Clinton-Foundation-Pedophile-Sex-Ring&p=6971996&viewfull=1#post6971996
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    08-11-2020, 11:14 PM
    From post #1517.
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    08-11-2020, 03:46 PM
    LOL you don't really think Biden picked the candidate, do ya? Biden is surrounded by the usual CFR types that make the important decisions. He can barely finish a sentence much less choose a VP.
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    08-11-2020, 03:01 PM
    I feel ya but to TPTB what matters is generally what they have enshrined into the US Code (of Corporate Rules) so it's all "legal". Whether it's "lawful" is another issue entirely.
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    08-11-2020, 02:55 PM
    The cognitive dissonance of "party politics" continues. The Democratic Party is planning to nominate a prosecutor who put a lot of black and hispanic folks in jail and climbed her way to the top by whoring herself out to powerful people. LOL, that's a candidate that BLM and #metoo can be very proud of. And will the GOP continue to support sweeping executive orders and police state round-ups if President Harris is in control? Ahhh incrementalism.
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    08-11-2020, 12:49 PM
    I don't know the answer to your question but it depends on if there's a statutory authority for the Executive to increase taxes in times of a "declared emergency" buried somewhere in the US Code. Trump's tax deferral derives from a statutory authority in US Code allowing the President to suspend and defer payroll tax for up to 12 months in times of a "declared emergency." (.gov is under some sort of declared emergency 24/7/365 any way, but that's probably for another thread)
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    08-11-2020, 12:15 PM
    Actually, "withholding" was invented to turn every registered business into a voluntary unpaid tax collector for the government and the Fed (federal income taxes pay the interest on FRN denominated Treasury debt) and to ensure maximum compliance.
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    08-11-2020, 12:08 PM
    From what I've gathered, most businesses that collect and remit those taxes are generally going to continue to do it, as the complications/questions that the OP brings up are just too unclear to risk doing something incorrectly, at least until there is much more clarity. And stop calling it a tax cut FFS. It's a tax deferral, not a cut. You aren't on the hook for repayment of a tax cut and only Congress can make changes to title 26. The statutory authority referenced in the EO is only for a tax deferral in an emergency. As of now, it will have to be paid at some point.
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    08-11-2020, 11:58 AM
    I'm hard pressed to believe there's a covid-19 virus out there in the first place, so discussions on what kills a non-existent, imo, virus seem sorta pointless.
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    08-10-2020, 09:47 AM
    Hmm....if I wanted to stop paying out benefits to a group of people, how would I ensure they no longer needed the money without drawing scrutiny? :confused:
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    08-10-2020, 09:27 AM
    There's entire YT vids devoted to the 88/Trump connection. Look around. It starts to make a whole lot of sense with the vaccination push, appointing close Gates associates like Fauci to key "pandemic" positions who are pushing vaccines (Gates daddy was long time Planned Parenthood board chair, PP was started to control minority breeding....Melinda Gates: "Give the vaccine to blacks first.") Deep rabbit hole bro.
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    08-09-2020, 04:28 PM
    It wouldn't be the first time .gov forced a technology sale. See: MS and Skype. Apparently only the NSA can spy on everyone with impunity.
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    08-09-2020, 04:11 PM
    What? Only the Alinsky LARPing Trumpers get to create false click-bait thread titles? No one else? lol The difference between me and the Alinsky LARPing Trumpers is I'm ok with admitting and correcting my mistakes, instead of doubling down on them to the point of ridiculousness like the LARPers do. I'm sure that's seen as some sort of weakness or fail by pathological liars, though.
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    08-09-2020, 02:42 PM
    Yep, that's the incrementalism at work, yet the GOP still hasn't picked up on it and praises Trump when he goes above and beyond everything Obama ever did and with nary a concern for what that incrementalism would mean once the pendulum inevitably swings back the other way. Apparently not, since you keep calling it a tax cut, not a tax deferral. Using your example of a car payment, if your lender deferred your payments you would never say that the lender gave you a payment cut. That doesn't require spin or a dictionary. The difference is plainly obvious. That makes sense for a lot of reasons. It's still interesting that such an action fell on that exact 8/8 day, since it was a Saturday and gov never does much of anything on the weekends. Makes me wonder what the long con is? Maybe tie tax forgiveness to vaccination....
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    08-09-2020, 12:03 PM
    Good on you for reading it and drawing your own conclusion. We need more of that overall. That's how productive discussions of policy happen instead of shit slinging over headlines. I should have waited to start this thread until after reading the EOs so I am guilty of it myself in this instance. Any way... Having said that, there is no enforcement mechanism mentioned if any money asked for and accepted is not used for that purpose. It is quite possible that this becomes a stealth bailout of state UE funds for another couple of months, with most people asking in a month "Where's that extra $400 we were promised?" That's speculation but there's still people wondering where their $1200 checks are. The Dems wanted to send money directly to state budgets to prop up their sagging UE budgets. This could accomplish that for a short period of time. Bigger picture: People still haven't figured out that any "benefit" offered by the feds and accepted by the people is actually a trap. There's no free lunch when it comes to gov and their banker handlers. No free lunches, always a catch (liability) in there somewhere.
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    08-08-2020, 08:54 PM
    Blah blah. What are you talking about Alinsky LARPer? A tax deferral is not a tax cut. If Trump (his communist CFR handlers, actually) was actually doing what you claim, the EO would direct the Treasury to disregard Title 26, not direct them to FOLLOW it.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    08-08-2020, 08:42 PM
    I wouldn't put it past the uniparty to require vaccination as the condition to forgive back taxes owed.
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    08-08-2020, 08:37 PM
    No offense intended man, but I posted the link to the EO in the thread. Feel free to read it and find the answer to your question.
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    08-08-2020, 07:14 PM
    The catch is that it is then up to the Governors to decide if they want to use the money received (whenever they actually receive it, no one seems to think about that part) to pay the additional unemployment payments or if they'd rather use it for something else, like bailing out their pension funds. This looks sort of like it could be a stealth bailout of the state budgets like Chuck and Nancy wanted, but on a smaller scale. Sure, if holding people hostage for their vote over a completely fake emergency is cool with you.
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