• devil21's Avatar
    Today, 03:34 PM
    Deflection. Obviously a "bond" being issued means someone is on the hook for the bond, thus placed in bondage. Who is on the hook for Treasury bonds? Simple question. Gee, I seemed to have misplaced the online link to the internal Treasury and Federal Reserve operations manuals. Maybe you could provide for us? Birth certificates are turned over to the state SecStates, who then turn the names into corporate entities for use in commerce. The ALL CAPS NAME on the ID, tax bills, etc. Same as how all businesses in a state are registered with the SecState. Then, SecState turns a copy of the BC over to the US Commerce Department. The SecState is the liaison between the state government and the federal government but they'll NEVER speak publicly about that part of their office's job (and how they use it also for state and local debt issuance). Commerce Dept hands a copy over to the Treasury Dept. Treasury Dept then determines what the "value" of the future brainwashed slave is and how much future tax revenue the slave is likely to produce, according to actuarial tables. It's no different than insurance risk actuarial tables. Treasury then bundles up those particular slaves into various Treasury issues and sells them to buyers with a guarantee of future payments from tax revenues from the slaves. When buyers start to question the viability of those future tax revenues (again, it's the same as MBS process), they stop buying, then the primary dealers end up with most of the bonds and if it starts getting real bad, the Fed does QE and buys them.
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    Today, 11:43 AM
    I recall Iceland specifically jailing bankers. I'm sure that makes a tad bit of difference to the outcome. Look, keep claiming there's no security in Treasuries but I know that's not that case. Even talked about it with a state Secretary of State candidate a few years ago. They are integral to the process of creating the foundation that eventually becomes the Treasury issue. Answer my question about who is in bondage when a Treasury BOND is issued.
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    Today, 11:34 AM
    I don't know, I'm not talking about Russia or Iceland, since neither issued the global reserve currency that was tied to their bonds. Gee....that word 'bond'. Kinda sounds like the word 'bondage', no? Who is in bondage when a bond is issued? Trump?
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 12:49 AM
    If you are a country of 1.4 billion people, yes you can demand that statue. And you'd probably get it too. What you fail to understand (or admit) is that no one owns anything in this country (commoners can not own, only rent and use) and therefore any and all of it can be seized for the benefit of the creditors when they foreclose. It's easier for you to obfuscate than for me to explain the entire process that makes up what ultimately ends being the "Treasury" so I won't bother. It's a long line of trickery full of pledges, promises, securitizations. Yes, Treasuries are backed by the ability to tax you and take everything you possess. That means your literal ass, since it is your literal ass that earns the tax money and acquires the possessions that can be seized if the taxation part doesn't work out as planned.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 12:03 AM
    LOL, do you ever get tired of lying about what backs Treasuries? Guess what backs Treasuries? YOUR LITERAL ASS, EVERYTHING YOU POSSESS AND CREATE AND THE RESOURCES OF THE LAND MASS ITSELF. Treasuries are bundled up future promises to extract taxes and assets from the securitized, via birth certificate trickery, slaves and give those proceeds to the Treasury holders. If necessary, resources are given instead once the future taxability of the slaves comes into question (like now). Treasury auctions are nothing more than modern slave auctions and Treasuries are nothing more than bundled MBS securities but with people being bundled instead of mortgages.
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    Yesterday, 08:37 PM
    Piggybacking off my previous post: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-20/turkey-repatriates-all-gold-us-attempt-ditch-dollar Synopsis- Turkey repatriates all gold from US, ditching dollar, some of the gold ends up at BIS. Erdogan advocates for gold backed currencies instead of dollar.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
    China means collecting on the resources (oil, gold, etc) they were promised as part of playing the Treasury debt/petrodollar recycling game. Creditors always collect the collateral eventually.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:26 PM
    Who exactly is this 'Jack Posobiec' fella I see quoted so much? Seems like he came out of nowhere to become a voice of the Trumptards. Oh, nevermind. He's naval intelligence. Makes sense. Kinda funny to quote deep staters as if they're voices against the deep state.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:32 AM
    There remains a fundamental misunderstanding about who the intelligence and federal law enforcement services work for in this country, particularly at the leadership levels. This is still a British colony. They lost it by violence (Revolutionary War) but regained it through BANKING. The revelations that the FBI and CIA (closely assisted by LONDON based intelligence) were surveilling Presidential campaigns shouldn't be a surprise in that context. Guess who the President would be working for? Presidents are selected, not elected, so how does the ruling class decide which candidate to choose if they can't surveil and implant moles into the campaigns? Once one accepts this is the truth, many other things start to make a lot more sense. I've had the line in my sig for many years about who runs this joint. Relevant side note, given yesterday's royal wedding. Why does everything the British Royal family does, particularly babies and marriages and the like, get such wide coverage in AMERICAN media, as if we were still part of the British colonies? Because we still are and millions still worship the royals like good subjects do, albeit unknowingly.
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    05-19-2018, 10:43 AM
    $8280
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    05-19-2018, 10:40 AM
    The mission of mainstreaming cryptocurrency/fully digital 'cash' and blockchain into public consciousness is accomplished and those that helped have had ample opportunity to claim their Lambos and get out.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    05-18-2018, 03:45 PM
    Or Israel? edit: It is missing the blue stripes though. Looks like Japan after closer examination. Japan is the 'rising sun'. Sun worship. Many Freemason lodges named 'Rising Sun Lodge #XXX'. All of the symbols are of significance to secret societies. Cthulhu https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crypt_of_Cthulhu Maltese Cross (Knights of Malta)
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    05-17-2018, 10:36 AM
    His plan to expand SCOTUS to 15 justices was rejected. His ability to stack the court with New Deal sympathizers obviously did not fail. He was the only 4 term President so he was given an extra ability to appoint more justices than any other President would have been able to. He appointed 8 of the 12!
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  • devil21's Avatar
    05-16-2018, 11:08 AM
    ^^^^ Now that's a hell of an idea, if one can finagle it within the legal framework of the jurisdiction. Park your Budbus along side any food truck rally...
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  • devil21's Avatar
    05-16-2018, 11:04 AM
    Or is it just kabuki theater for the masses?
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    05-15-2018, 11:14 AM
    I expect this to pass and start a new paradigm back toward asset backed currencies. Anything Switzerland undertakes in a banking sense should be watched closely since the central bank of central banks, the Bank for International Settlements, is based there. It's also why Switzerland is always neutral during wars. Both sides of wars are funded by the BIS. Ya can't go taking sides when you're funding both of them...
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  • devil21's Avatar
    05-14-2018, 12:32 PM
    Funny how dannno is always absent from these sorts of threads.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    05-14-2018, 10:40 AM
    It's in line with my thread today about SCOTUS and legalizing sports gambling under 10th Amendment. Like or hate CA's mandate, the legislature is free to do it under the 10th and if a CA resident doesn't want to be involved they can move to another state. Or at least until a similar mandate works through each state legislature. People are free to have opinions on state laws but it is how the Constitution was designed to operate. I can't complain too much about the 10th being used as it was intended. (Side note: the house being mandated for solar panels isn't your house, any way. You don't own it. You only rent it. And you agreed to it when you "bought' it. The government owns it hence why the government can dictate what is done to it.)
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  • devil21's Avatar
    05-14-2018, 10:14 AM
    Dannno got triggered lol. Perhaps you missed the part in the thread where I already told you. The Fed's ability to print money for export around the world is ending. No, all of the troops will not be coming home, since Americans are effectively the NWO military up until all countries are under "western" banker control (last few outliers are underway in Syria, Iran, NK), but some will be coming home. Can't print up money at will for export all over the world, can't run an empire anymore. The US "empire" has been little more than the military arm of the bankers, not really an empire in the classic sense of the term. Feel free to ask any questions you may have.
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    05-14-2018, 10:03 AM
    The legal foundation is where it all starts. No different than when FDR stacked SCOTUS way back then to push through the framework for the New Deal and eventual UCCifying of commerce in America (Erie Railroad v. Thompkins). Congress can choose to act on something. Means they can also choose not to. This is why we see more and more talk about, for example, reclassifying/declassification of cannabis, Boehner and Schumer publicly supporting medical cannabis, etc. It's one example but is a sign of things to come. States will need things like more open cannabis markets for tax revenue and job creation. Of course, Trumptards will hail Trump as the restorer of state's rights but those with deeper understanding know he's just the puppet that takes credit for things he had precisely nothing to do with. He's just the PR guy. Don't underestimate the impact of this ruling going forward.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    05-14-2018, 09:48 AM
    I haven't read the ruling yet but it was long anticipated that SCOTUS would allow sports gambling. If the ruling is based on 10th Amendment grounds, which it likely is, that opens the door to a lot of state's rights being restored. Drugs/cannabis, gun laws, possibly abortion and other social issues. Since the Fed's ability to print unlimited money for export under the petrodollar standard is ending, states will have to find new revenue sources in the near future, including sports gambling. CNBC article about sports gambling ruling in particular: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/14/us-supreme-court-rules-for-new-jersey-in-states-fight-to-legalize-sports-betting.html
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  • devil21's Avatar
    05-13-2018, 08:07 PM
    LOL@poll. Complete crap. Most black folks are still firmly on the Dem reservation.
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  • Peace Piper's Avatar
    05-13-2018, 07:33 PM
    Thanks very much. The harder the battle.... There are going to be many opportunities to cash in on this revolution.
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    05-13-2018, 07:27 PM
    In case you have forgotten, you have witnessed a "government edict" for the last 19 years in your country. War. 19 years ago the US started the latest round of aggressions in Serbia. Since then, how many trillions of dollars of taxpayers money has gone to enriching the MIC and world hegemony, while your infrastructure crumbles? Have any idea at all? Here are some numbers: http://costofwar.com What have the PEOPLE OF THE US received for this outrageous spending, besides being rightly labeled the dumbest people alive?
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    05-12-2018, 10:25 AM
    To be the official military of the global NWO, we can't be bothered with national legislative processes to deploy troops wherever "democracy" is quickly needed, nor have to worry about defined enemies. Only unilateral executive declarations and vague labels like cuz "ISIS" and "Al Shabbab" and "associated forces" are needed, all provided and directed by the UN behind closed doors.
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    05-11-2018, 05:58 PM
    President Alvarado rode to his inauguration in a Hydrogen Powered Bus As part of the strategy to decarbonize the Costa Rica economy, in one of the first acts as President on Tuesday, Carlos Alvarado, and Environment and Energy Minister Carlos Manuel Rodríguez issued a directive to promote the use of hydrogen as fuel. “The institutions that comprise the environment and energy sector are instructed so that, within the framework of their competences, they develop an action plan to promote research, production and commercialization of hydrogen as a fuel”, says the guideline. He adds that the action plan must be presented within the next 6 months. In his inauguration speech on Tuesday, President Alvarado commented that “decarbonization is the great task of our generation.”
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    05-11-2018, 05:46 PM
    One gallon of gasoline = about one Kilogram of hydrogen. But because a fuel cell is around twice as efficient, one Kg of H2 will move a Toyota Mirai around 70 miles. It takes about 50 kWh of electricity to make 1 Kilogram of H2 (add a few kWh for compression) The latest low price solar records: Chile at 2.91¢ Per kWh and Abu Dhabi at 2.30¢ per kWh At 0.03 Cents per kWh, a Kilogram of H2 costs ~$1.50 (plus a few cents for compression) A full tank on the Mirai would cost ~$8.00, and would move 4 adults and a 4,000 pound car around 300 miles.
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    05-11-2018, 05:26 PM
    Wind and hydro work too for Green h2. Technical specs from Nel Hydrogen (provider of Nikola Stations) http://nelhydrogen.com/about/#documents-and-brochures The US Army can build a Compressed Natural Gas station in Afghanistan for $500,000 https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2015/11/02/how-the-pentagon-spent-43-million-on-a-single-gas-station/?noredirect=on CNG stations aren't a whole lot different than H2 stations. The elephant in the room here is China and they will decrease the cost of all equipment (fuel cells, dispensers, etc) by a huge amount, probably 90%, just as they did with solar panels.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    05-11-2018, 11:55 AM
    They better get on the stick and start creating more bs jobs in the agenda 21 cities. Younger people are flocking to cities, as designed, but there's not enough jobs to meet the demand. My SO put out a few job listings for various administrative support positions in our developmentally booming (again, agenda 21) city and got **700** resumes. Many had no business applying for the jobs but the demand for a "real job", instead of busing tables or other service sector crap, is really high.
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    05-10-2018, 08:30 PM
    Ahhh good thread bump. The only draining that has occurred is the handful of arguably non-swampers that surrounded Trump during the campaign. I have personally drained more of the swamp than Trump has. ------------------------- (The Cambridge Analytica post is also interesting given what has transpired with Facebook since then.)
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