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    Today, 05:26 AM
    ...humans have been doing all sorts of goddamned fool, barbarous things for thousands of years...'crucifying mankind upon a cross of gold' is only one of them... ...AGAIN, people need to learn/focus on WHO IS IN CONTROL OF ISSUING 'MONEY'...AND HOW IT IS ISSUED... ...WHAT we use 'as money' is far far less important... ...goldbugs, ludwiggers, etc., forget that 'GOLD' has never been 'money' in america...(gold COINS stamped by authority of government were sometimes used)...
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    Yesterday, 05:35 AM
    :cool: ...ummm, couldn't they simply declare that one oz. of gold equals, say 35 'dollars' or whatever instead of 20 or whatever?'... ...i don't know..but it seems to me a monetary system which requires the debauchery of mother earth in order to execute an 'increase in the money supply' seems particularly goddamned, ooga-booga, republican-radio foolish...
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    Yesterday, 05:14 AM
    ...counterfeiting by the british is rarely/never mentioned by goldbugs, ludwiggers, etc. republicrats galore, as the/a true cause of the debauchery of 'the continental' ... https://www.richmondfed.org/~/media/richmondfedorg/publications/research/region_focus/2012/q1/pdf/economic_history.pdf "...Several months before the Colonies declared independence, the British started counterfeiting Continental currency (continentals) aboard the HMS Phoenix, a gunboat anchored in New York harbor. By April 1777, New York newspapers were running the following notice: “Persons going into other Colonies may be supplied with any Number of counterfeited Congress-Notes, for the Price of the Paper per Ream. They are so neatly and exactly executed, that there is no Risque in getting them off, it being almost impossible to discover, that they are not genuine.”...."
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    03-21-2017, 02:24 PM
    ..in a show titled 'there is no good guy,' an unsophisticated and drunken crowd jeers and cheers at the various dancing puppets...strung along by an absolute ma$ter of thorough di$traction...whilst a hideous array of pickpocket$ and backstabbers work the crowd from behind... ...it perplexes me as to how anyone can defend or apologize for these miserable republicans and democrats...ugh...
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    03-21-2017, 05:22 AM
    ...ruse limbaugh is a propagandist working to promote the stinking republican party inc...always has... ...republican party inc. radio $ale$men use any method available to them to promote the stinking rotten bank$ter-owned republican party inc...and/or to demote the stinking rotten bank$ter-owned democrat party inc..OR TO SHIFT THE FOCUS AWAY FROM GUILTY/CORRUPT ORANGE TEAM-MATE$... ...the loud, peckerhead limbaugh has had a major microphone for close to thirty years...and still the republican-cheerleading fool has NEVER, to my knowledge, uttered an honest intelligent sentence as to the monetary fraud under which we are en$laved, abu$ed, etc.. ...imagine what an honest, intelligent monetary realist could've done with the thousands of hours filled by limbaugh's absolute monetary ignorance, all-around peckerheadedness...
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    03-20-2017, 10:26 AM
    ...so am i...the 'fractional gold reserve deposit creation scheme$' went on at 'the state level'...essentially state cartels turned into 'the federal cartel' post 1913...pardon the simplification...
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    03-20-2017, 06:48 AM
    ...this is decidedly untrue if we believe the world's greatest living monetary historian, steve zarlenga... ...in his great book, 'the lost science of money' zarlenga claims the stinking banksters were practicing 'fractional reserve deposit creation' by issuing many more 'promises to redeem in gold' than the gold they held..... ...as one wag put it, 'control over money is business number one for 'the fux'...is and always has been..
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    03-20-2017, 06:07 AM
    ...jones has always been a cheerleader for the stinking rotten republican party inc...as opposed to some of the republican-radio squawkers who squawk, 'republican good, democrat bad,' jones squawks, 'democrat bad, real bad!!, republican bad too, but not as bad, cause democrat bad, real bad!!'...and when there's only two 'restaurant(s) in town'...well the pig$ gotta eat!...;) ...the alex jones show is largely a 24/7 commercial promotion of the stinking republican party inc...ruse limbaugh 3.0...but as much as jones' 'politics' suck--and his 'politics' suck bigly--his show is the best now that alan colmes is gone... ...btw, anyone know of any good caller-driven political talk?...
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    03-19-2017, 06:00 AM
    ...'the legal value' of the metal/gold 'dollar' or 'dollar of gold' is declared by 'fiat'...just like 'the paper dollar,' 'the digital dollar,' etc.,.. ...but again, one very important point NEVER honestly discussed by republicrats is 'WHO GETS TO USE ANY NEWLY-CREATED MONEY IN THE FIRST ROUND OF SPENDING' (hint for republicrats, etc. assorted monetary ignoramuses and mythologists: ...getting to use the money in 'the first round of spending' and having exclu$ive in$ide information as to the future condition of the money supply, etc., is a $weet gig for 'the bankster$'..) ...as one wag put it, "If Congress has the right under the constitution to issue paper money, it was given them to be used by themselves, not to be delegated to individuals or corporations." ...merely declaring 'gold as money' or 'going back' :rolleyes: to some mythical 'gold standard' :rolleyes: will result in the population MORE drained by the fang of vampiric bankster$ and their bizarre and demonic puppet$ galore.... ...what drew me to ron paul as much as anything was his apparent desire for COMPLETE TRANSPARENCY regarding 'government'...and i will vociferously contend that the original issuance of 'money' is 'the supreme prerogative of TRANSPARENT 'government,' NOT SECRET-SQUIRREL BANKSTERS'..
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    03-17-2017, 05:05 PM
    http://www.fff.org/2014/05/27/american-soldiers-did-not-die-defending-our-freedom/ AMERICAN SOLDIERS DID NOT DIE DEFENDING OUR FREEDOM by Jacob G. HornbergerMay 27, 2014 I was at the Washington Nationals baseball game yesterday. Whenever I attend a Nats game, there is an air of militarism surrounding the game, but attending on Memorial Day helps to remind us what a truly militarized society America has become. After all, what in the world does baseball, a quite peaceful and enjoyable pastime, have to do with America’s countless foreign wars, which have killed, tortured, and maimed millions of people? One of the most fascinating aspects to U.S. militarism is the bromide that has infected the minds of so many Americans: that U.S. soldiers have sacrificed their lives or limbs in foreign wars to “defend our freedom” here at home. Not surprisingly, it was repeated at the Nationals game yesterday. People who came to watch a baseball game were asked to remember the sacrifices, including deaths, that American servicemen have made in the “defense of our freedom.”
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    03-17-2017, 06:32 AM
    :rolleyes: ....the gumba alex jones republican-radio hypothesis: Neocons = Perpetual War h.e.'s hypothesis (already proven beyond reasonable doubt ;) ): Neocons=Perpetual War=Goddamned Fools=Trump/Bannon/etc. assorted Radio Republican Peckerheads Galore
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    03-16-2017, 11:01 AM
    nickers asserts: "It's more then (sic) that really, our currency isn't really the US dollar. The united states doesn't print currency, we print debt, the federal reserve prints the "worlds currency". ...semantics aside...the 'money' that you and i use daily to 'pay taxes,' purchase gasoline, food and virtually everthing else is created by private commercial banks using a fraudulent accounting practice monetary realists term 'fractional reserve deposit creation'...you understand that, right?...
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    03-16-2017, 09:04 AM
    as one wag put it, “If all bank loans were paid, no one would have a bank deposit, and there would not be a dollar of currency or coin in circulation. This is a staggering thought. We are completely dependent on the commercial banks. Someone has to borrow every dollar we have in circulation, cash or credit. If the banks create ample synthetic money, we are prosperous; if not, we starve. We are absolutely without a permanent monetary system. When one gets a complete grasp upon this picture, the tragic absurdity of our helpless position is almost incredible–but there it is.”
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    03-16-2017, 08:48 AM
    ...a parent waterboarding some monster involved in some fantastic/horrific kidnapping/torture of their child and 'the government' waterboarding people in the conduct of these stinking goddamned republicrat bankster wars are two really really really different things...really...the goddamned orange fool apparently doesn't get it...and neither does our own jwk?!...
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    03-16-2017, 06:09 AM
    :rolleyes: ..the very same bootlicking republican numbskulls now hissing at soros would be singing his praises were he a $upporter of the stinking rotten republican party inc...word...
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    03-16-2017, 06:01 AM
    http://www.fff.org/2017/03/01/donald-trump-standard-conservative/ DONALD TRUMP, STANDARD CONSERVATIVE by Jacob G. Hornberger March 1, 2017 In the second month of Donald Trump’s presidency, it is crystal clear that he is nothing more than a standard conservative, one with a unique personality but a standard conservative nonetheless. Consider the drug war. After decades of manifest failure, death, destructiveness, and loss of liberty among the American people, what does Trump want to do with the drug war? Why, he wants to ramp it up and wage it even more fiercely. What conservative doesn’t love that?
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    03-15-2017, 08:25 PM
    ...nobody talks about WHO controls money...its creation/issuance...ime, most people wrongly believe 'the FEDERAL government' creates/issues the money...(after all, it's the FEDERAL reserve...and/or the FEDERAL treasury... right?) :rolleyes: ...the honest, intelligent debate will focus on the WHO...and HOW...not the WHAT...in some stoooooooopid gold scheme vs. some 'paper' scheme debate...ugh...
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    03-15-2017, 07:50 PM
    gumba works the pom-poms: The Neoconservative Movement is a real thing with an (Trotskyite) ideology, founding members, and news organs (The Weekly Standard and company). They hate Trump. I wouldn't have started this thread if the Necons were in Trumps corner. Their hatred for him in the election was so obvious. #nevertrumpers :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
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    03-14-2017, 05:20 AM
    :cool: ...gumba, any honest, intellectually-curious citizen (granted, they are somewhat rare and apparently none operate in your close circle) knows that the stinking, rotten, insane, etc., monetary order (the linchpin of your 'deep-state' and EVERY other 'state') under which we are en$laved and abu$ed/tortured/etc. is loooooooooooooong-standing...it has been evident to the more aware and intelligent among us for decades, centuries... ...that your OBVIOUS miserable, goddamned fool puppet/or worse, trump, and his underling$ have NEVER, to my knowledge, uttered an intelligent criticism of/proposal to remedy this abomination in their 60-70 years on the planet...well...pardon me for sneering at you in disgust, but it's obvious to anyone not a naive fool, republican-radio-brainwashed zombie, government-school teacher ;), etc. assorted republicrat chucklehead, 'which $ide they are on'.. :rolleyes:...good grief, gumba!..
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    03-11-2017, 04:23 PM
    danno defends trumpski: Hey zip, you should be smart enough to know that in the top quote he is talking about the Russian government, and in the bottom quote he is talking about the entire country. :confused: ...geekers, on pro-trump republican radio they've been telling people for years that in 'totalitarian' 'communist' russia there is no difference between 'the russian government' and 'the entire country'... ...oh what a wicked web, trumpsters!...
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    03-11-2017, 11:58 AM
    'You are making the accusation that there is something nefarious about Trump being in debt.' (dumba) :cool: ...no, dumba...i was merely trying to point out to you that the stinking words you used to defend trump are pathetic!..admit it, gumba...if some democrat shill used the same words you used to defend a democrat scumbag, you republican shills, radio parrots, etc., would be squawking loudly...admit it, gumba!... ...and quit digging!..your poor government-school students!...
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    03-11-2017, 10:48 AM
    ...see this is what i mean..at around 1min. 16 sec. the republican-cheerleading monetary ignoramus/mythologist, 'judge nap,' asks rhetorically , 'So why is it that people who advocate for a free market in everyhing else don't support a free market in money? Ask yourself why we don't allow the government to set the price of shoes or bread or chocolate but we do allow the government to determine the price or the value of money...." ....napsters and other republicrat monetary ignoramuses, i refer you to art 1, sec. 8, clause 5 of the very constitution about which judge nap frequently bloviates:... To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures;
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    03-11-2017, 10:23 AM
    :rolleyes: ...now be honest gumba, what would you and your republican-radio mentors say if the 'foe was on the other shoot' and some democrat 'dumba of liberty' was vomiting, "Yeah, it's impossible to know how a $650 million debt impacts entities without knowing the interest rates on the debt, the value of businesses, and the lenders. It could be shady or it could be that is like most Americans and lives way beyond her means by riding economic bubbles.. ...btw, 'the deep state' is just another goddamned fool republicrat distraction...your stinking 'deep state' operates below 'the bank$ter $tate'..so until your orange fool and the rest of them focus on the root$ i'll KNOW they are ALL stinking puppet$/fool$...AT BEST...
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    03-10-2017, 05:24 PM
    If we are still attacking ISIS in a year from now, I will likely be pretty disappointed. :cool: ...i have a strong hunch 'we' will still be attacking...and you will still be apologizing... ;)
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    03-10-2017, 04:45 PM
    :rolleyes: ...yeah, we really should let the republicrats 'fix what they've broken'...they have such a sterling record of fixing things only a fool wouldn't want them to continue to fix things... ...ugh...republicrats...
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    03-10-2017, 04:15 PM
    gumba promises: "This is disturbing; you never want a President in massive debt (especially without knowing his assets in full). I will look into this more and get back to you."​ ...have you looked into this yet, gumba?...... ;)
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    03-10-2017, 10:06 AM
    the PTB resides with bankers and is controlled by the Federal Reserve. I am assuming that however one defines "deep state" that it operates below the control of the bankers. The bankers are probably OK with Trump (they have some of their key people in his administration), hence his fate is probably not going to be the same as the Kennedys. ...i agree...trump, to my knowledge, has never uttered a cogent repudiation of 'our' :rolleyes: hideous monetary order...despite his alleged iq of 152 :rolleyes: he appears as clueless as a slow 5th grader regarding this monstrou$ $curge...same with all the numbskulls who voted for/support him and those who voted for/support any of the other numbskulls on the ballot... ...the upcoming 'debt ceiling debate' :rolleyes: would be a great time to FINALLY have an honest public di$cussion..but alas 'the media' operates 'below the banksters'..and the banksters have been thorough in making sure anyone with knowledge and guts is denied the microphone...just republicrat idiot after republicrat idiot working their holes about illion$..absent an honest clue as to the hideous origin and nature of even one!...same old.. ...i understand a lot of people like this 'judge napolitano'..i will note i have heard him say many things...but, to my knowledge, he has NEVER uttered a cogent, truly knowledgeble condemnation of this stinking monetary order under which we are en$laved...he appears as yet another cheerleader for the stinking republicans/conservatives who fancies himself some 'libertarian' :rolleyes: ......ugh...
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    03-09-2017, 07:17 AM
    gumba keeps digging: You, on the other hand, take everything at face value. Hook, line and sinker. :rolleyes: ...lol!... this from some republican-radio parrot who cheerleads for some bizarre orange dude who said parrot 'knows' from reality teevee!...what a sucker!...your poor students!...
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    03-08-2017, 05:42 PM
    ...you'd think there would be more interest in this story...
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    03-08-2017, 05:30 PM
    ...republicans are remarkably loyal...and stooooooooooopid....it's loooooooooong-standing...ronald reagan had his idiots frothing at mouth about 'jimmy carter's horrible spending and accumulated debt'...then stinking reagan signed virtually every spending bill on the way to a doubling of carter's budget and a tripling of the carter national debt accumulation..but reagan is still a hero to the republican-cheerleading peckerheads...trump reminds me of reagan......
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