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    Yesterday, 06:13 PM
    I would define Unemployed as anyone who self defines Unemployed. The decision would be based on their own opinion. The ability for someone else to interpret what they say as different allows for Bias. The results are obvious to anyone who isnt a Brainwashed Keynsian. You've pissed a lot more people here off here than just me, Mr "I have the longest Red Bar of any member on this forum". You may also want to keep in mind that with that big Red Bar, anything you say has very very damaged credibility, especially to people who read but do not post. So by all means, continue to post and continue to undermine the very system you try to support, as most people now understand why you have the big Red Bar that you do. With that status, you are now working against the very system you continue to validate since you never offer solutions that work for anyone but yourself or your overlords.
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    Yesterday, 05:35 PM
    So why doesnt ANYONE jump in to back up ANY of your claims that everything is awesome, inflation is good, unemployment is really low, and Ron Paul is flat out wrong on everything especially the economy? Are you smarter than Ron Paul? Does Ron Paul only express incorrect opinions on everything that has to do with economics? Why arent there a hundred thousand people, hell, even ONE person, jumping in and jumping my shit and having your back?
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    Yesterday, 04:35 PM
    You deserve yet another -Rep. Someone want to cover me?
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    Yesterday, 04:03 PM
    *sigh* So people that retire are still considered "Working Age"? Why is the legal definition of "Longterm Unemployed" constantly meddled with? Reducing it from two years to only one year? That is a tactic called "moving the goalpost". Does anyone remember 99 weeks? Isnt 99 weeks almost 2 years? Zippy, you define things as you want to see them, not the way everyone else sees them. There are a LOT of people that want jobs that dont apply to work for Uber or other places they know they will have success chance of success, and those seem to be the only jobs that many people are qualified for. Yet, not applying to work for Uber when you dont have a car means youre not Unemployed, it means you dont want to work? If Real Unemployment is so low, why are there so few jobs, even crap jobs, and the number of people, excluding Baby Boomers retiring, that are part of the 102 MILLION Working Age people that dont have jobs? There are a few legit exclusions like students or disabled. Pointing the finger at retiring Baby Boomers is twaddlespeak because that group is no longer included in "Working Age" and is as easily offset as many people are also turning 18 and also adding to "not in the labor force". I swear, if you asked Zippy to crunch the raw data, he would conclude that Unemployment is at 0.00038% because he does not care at all about telling the truth, or how his lies hurt people, and only wants to bolster his own ego.
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    Yesterday, 03:52 PM
    Related News Article: Undercover at the world's most secretive society: Mail reporter infiltrates shadowy Bilderberg summit where the West's power brokers set the world to rights Full article at link. They talk a lot but it isnt really revealing at all... The sheer importance of what happens at the Bilderberg Meetings, yet Press is forbidden? Another article quote:
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    06-16-2018, 09:14 PM
    Well, lets say for a second you dont shoot them. Then, when you call the cops, they show up and shoot YOU. Also, someone want to link to that thread about not having ANY reasonable expectation for the cops to show up and help you? Anti Federalist ? *hint hint*
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    06-16-2018, 04:43 PM
    There are two goals to interrogating Fuckerberg: #1 - Make it look like they are doing something about Facebook's invasion of privacy #2 - Find out how to get more out of what Facebook has already done so they can benefit It is a Dog and Pony Show. Don't fall for it.
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    06-15-2018, 05:00 PM
    Question: If depressants can trigger bouts of depression, what about Stimulants? The higher you rise, the farther you fall. In the case of the depressive side effects of medications, they cause mood elevation to go down. What about the other side of it, and also avoiding conspiracy stuff. What about Caffeine? Coffee wears off and you get a crash. Take meth? Ugh. What happens after the high? You crash! Is it possible that the other side, the effects of stimulants, also contributes to depressive behavior?
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    06-15-2018, 04:25 PM
    In Nevada, stealing a horse way back in the day was a crime that was punishable by death, because a persons horse was their lifeline. Before cars were invented, if you took a mans horse, it put the victim at a seriously high risk of death, hence the severity of punishment. One of the oddball laws we still have on the books is that it is illegal to refuse a person a glass of water if they come to your front door and ask for it. Its still on the books, but has never been removed, but I dont think anyone has been charged with breaking that law for the last 150 years or so. The point being that a Car is a persons Lifeline today. This is akin to stealing your horse back in the day. Your TV is not a Lifeline, nor is a snickers bar. A car however, is. You ALWAYS have a Right to protect your property due to the nature of the law. Criminals may or may not be prosecuted by the law so there is little guarantee that a person will achieve Justice. The trouble is that Justice leaves a person to pick up the pieces. When something is stolen, there is little chance that the thing that has been stolen will ever be returned. This punishes the victims of the crime when their ability to protect their property is violated, thus, the criminals win. Time and time again, we see that Govt thinks it has authority to control every aspects of a persons life. DO you have a Right to protect yourself? Govt would say you have NO Right to protect yourself from Govt, now go hire a Lawyer. Hence, fearmongering of guns. NEVER ask for permission for a Right. That is the exact opposite of what a Right is. I have a Right because Fuck You thats why. Same goes with protecting your property. Are they stealing your Lifeline, your car? Yes? Then shoot the mother fucker and stop asking goddamn permission to protect yourself from thieves. Where you shoot them depends on the judgement of the person whose shit is being stolen. Are they armed? No? Try and shoot them in the leg. Are they trying to attack you? Yes? Then shoot the mother fucker in the head and put them in the ground. We have enough thieves in high positions of power that they are not gonna spend more than five minutes investigating what they consider to be a petty crime, like stealing your car, which is the average persons lifeline to get to and from work. We all know that Insurance Companies will refuse to pay at every opportunity, and if your car is stolen, they sure as fuck wont pay for lost wages due to the theft of your car. Nor will a thief be able to repay you for those lost wages, in the event they are caught and convicted, which again, puts the burden on the victim. Is shooting someone for stealing your car extreme? Sure, but so are the consequences of having your lifeline removed. The structure of our legal system needs to enable the people to take responsibility, thus, have authority over fixing their own problems with minimal necessary intervention by Govt.
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    06-13-2018, 07:20 PM
    I agree and understand. I think a big trick with dealing with it is a Healthy Balance. We experience high and low energy levels daily as normal cycles, so even sleep patterns are a way to "ride the waves" during those cycles. We all need some healthy down time as long as we dont cause that down time to be a severe crash from getting too much of a high. As a metaphor, its like driving and accidents. What causes the most accidents is not speed, but the difference in average speed of traffic. One person is going 64 mph and everyone else is going 66, not likely to cause an accident, or a crash. But a person going 15 when everyone else is going 80 is very likely to cause a severe accident. So there is a normalization factor where our highs are high but not too high and our lows are low so we can rest and relax, but not too low. Balance.
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    06-13-2018, 04:56 PM
    It has hit me at times too, hard. The important thing is that there are times it hits like a ton of bricks and should be considered as Normal. Asking Big Pharma tho, they immediately want to put people on their drugs as the solution. There is Normal Depression and there is Abnormal Depression. Everyone gets Normal Depression. Such as occurs with Grief. And Grief is Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance. If the theory of Stages of Grief is correct, then these things occur normally and have triggers we will all experience. Family member dies, major life changes, etc. What I do not trust about Big Pharma is to take anyone when they experience Normal Depression and put them on drugs intended for Abnormal Depression because it makes them money. But looking at other factors, simply look at the way our food is put together. No conspiracy as we do it to ourselves. We eat food, we get mood elevation spikes. When we combine certain types of foods with others, those spikes become high enough that they can trigger addictive behaviors. Salt, Sugar, and Fat typically trigger low spikes so we like those types of foods. But when we start mixing those three things together, we cause our own spikes in mood elevation. We put salad dressing on our salads, mix broccoli and cheese, put naturally occurring sugars on our meats with teriyaki sauce or ketchup on hamburgers, etc. We create our own combinations in our meals of Salt Sugar and Fat. In our society today, this is considered a normal behavior because we do need a balanced diet. But take a step back, we didnt have ready-made access to these types of foods two hundred years ago. Like our biology has not had time to catch up with the changes to our society. And Im not talking about chemically, GMO, or synthetic foods at all. This is normal real food, and what it also does to us. But we look at California who wants to now say coffee causes cancer, why dont they attack financial insecurity as causing depression with the same voracity as they do cancer? Warning: This product may cause mood elevation spikes which can contribute to depression. When we start looking at the unintended consequences of our chemically foods, it gets even worse. High Fructose Corn Syrup for example is very high on the Glycemic Index. But its perfectly safe because of a set of criteria we evaluate the definition of "safe" by. Doesnt cause cancer and doesnt immediately kill you so it must be "safe" by those criteria. And food is just one of many many possible triggers out of thousands of depression. Other factors that are often not mentioned are Cell Phone Addiction, where the triggers of mood elevation, which can lead later to states of depression after coming back down off the elevation high. Social Media, is another example, where things are literally designed to cause spikes in mood elevation. Instead of showing you that you have one Like on a post, that one like is delayed so you see 15 Likes at the same time, which increases the addictive properties in the way that Social Media is designed, literally to be addictive. Other contributing problems are Normalizing Behaviors that also play a factor. Like drinking. The next time you watch a TV show, from online, over the air, DVR, where ever, try to COUNT the number of times you see people drinking. That is what I mean by Normalizing Behaviors that contribute.
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    06-13-2018, 03:45 PM
    If Ben & Jerry (yes, ice cream) had their greatest dream, everyone would buy Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. Thats business. If the people of Big Pharma had their dream, they would have everyone on as many medications as possible. Again, thats business. Depression is often talked about as if it were the disease itself and not as a symptom of other conditions. What many articles fail to ever discuss is the other contributing factors that lead to a result of depression. Instead, they blame Depression itself. Why are these people becoming so depressed? Sounds similar to another recent thread asking why suicide rates have gone up 30%, and in that thread, the medications are never evaluated as a contributing factor in that threads original article. Topic is still the same. Meds are a contributing factor, but so is every other tiny detail in the lives of the depressed. Even the loss of a beloved family pet can trigger a bout of depression, to which, Big Pharma will claim to have the panacea cure with its magic pills. As a society, we blame the victims of depression for causing their own symptoms instead of looking at ANY of the contributing factors. Socio Political and Economics, oppressive govt, MSM constant threat of everything from everywhere, etc. We also dont examine our selves in how we contribute. Do we spend any time reaching out to the people that are depressed, or do we do like most other people have already done and convince ourselves that depression is caused solely by the depressed, as if they deserve it? If you are depressed, you need to reach out. What depression does is mutes the ability of the depressed to reach out. So telling them to "try harder" is one way of telling the depressed that they are not handling their depression right, when really it is us that needs to be the ones to reach out to them, stop blaming the victims, stop relying on MSM and Big Pharma to fix everything for us, stop treating depression as the cause and view it as the effect of other things, stop ignoring our own involvement in their situation, and maybe, just maybe START helping people by going after the causes of their depression.
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    06-12-2018, 06:18 PM
    Freedom is unrestricted, and sometimes, that includes letting people screw themselves. This sounds to me like restricting peoples freedom to protect banks, not people.
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    06-12-2018, 03:55 PM
    Im confused, being told what you can and can not buy by a corporation / bank is Free Market? I see Free Market solution in "dont use Wells Fargo", but are you saying Free Market is to be told what you cant purchase? Which is it?
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    06-12-2018, 01:43 AM
    I got fired once because I was found out that I was applying for another job.
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    06-12-2018, 01:42 AM
    Use a Microwave. No, dont turn it on, but the shielding on a Microwave effectively works as a Faraday Cage. You can try it yourself. Toss a phone in a microwave and again do NOT turn the microwave on, then try to call that cell phone.
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    06-11-2018, 06:03 PM
    Now Central Banks are the bad guy? Also, I have not read the full thing, how is the power of money creation for Central Banks gonna be enabled by this initiative? It sounds like they are leaning the other way, however, that may be misleading...
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    06-11-2018, 05:54 PM
    I dont think you'll be affected... --- Another major problem that isnt addressed is that when people who are fully brainwashed by propaganda are cut off from the existing source of addictive propaganda, when they go online, they will immediately try to find a replacement form of propaganda to reinforce the existing leftist ideas, and are effectively trapped in permanent behavioral loops. This is why our work for TRUE FREEDOM must continue... This transition period is offering an opportunity to wake people up, either those who have never heard of our ideas, or those who have chosen to go back to sleep because the world is simply too overwhelming for them to deal with.
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    06-11-2018, 05:11 PM
    Do you mean as a way for a celebrity to exit the public spotlight and have a life where all eyes are not fixated upon him? Its possible...
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    06-11-2018, 04:14 PM Good. MSM is PURE Propaganda.
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    06-11-2018, 04:13 PM Key Word there is "Might". I can entertain the idea that in certain circumstances, it would be possible, but probably not in all situations?
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    06-11-2018, 04:12 PM So, what happens when it isnt just Cryptocurrency, but they decree by Corporate Policy other aspects of HOW you spend your own money? What happens when you are not allowed to buy Guns or Pot or Non GMO Foods or Bacon? What happens when they start "customizing" their restrictions so it is okay for that person to purchase something but it is NOT okay for you to purchase the exact same thing? Is that not a form of a Corporate Overlord?
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    06-11-2018, 03:34 PM
    So we arent paranoid as they really have been trying very hard to listen to everything we say? Here is the point. Information like EVERYTHING YOU SAY is used differently by different groups. Social - Friends and Family Technology Education Religion Employers
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    06-10-2018, 08:35 PM
    I think their parents cheat and get their kids loaded up on marshmallows before going in and giving them the Marshmallow Test. Poor kids dont have the same luxury.
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    06-10-2018, 06:13 PM
    I dont get it. When I say that the average cost of Health Insurance exceeds what I made in an entire year, I want "Free" stuff and that makes me a Liberal? Way to try to shut down a conversation by throwing a LABEL at me. Here is the thing. We DO have a major problem with Health Care in this country. Your life has been ruined as a result. And, youre blaming me because I didnt put money into the system. Money I simply do not have. Neither do you. Im not blaming you for what happened. And the only way to fix this is to start asking questions that provide answers that work for both of us, not one or the other. The problem I think we have is that in govt, they are asking the wrong questions. Govt asks "how do we pay this enormous bill" instead of asking "why are costs so high". I am NOT saying "make it free", because in a Free Market, the real interference is from Govt who "makes it free" and no business can compete with Free, which murders Free Market. I will agree, someone always has to pay for Free, and having Govt involved in anything makes a problem worse than the original problem itself. What I AM trying to suggest is that the price of Health Care, not Insurance, is unaffordable and unrealistic. I think the question we need to ask is why the cost is so high. Why is the cost of a single Aspirin in a hospital about $100 bucks when you get it from any normal store its about 10 cents. The people that do not pay any bills at all do contribute. But so does Govt Interference. Govt allowance of a Drug Manufacturer to buy out its competition and charge literally $40k to fill one prescription because they have exploited Govt to eliminate the competition. That money did NOT go to research and development. That money went in the pockets of the company owners. So am I saying Govt should get involved there? No. All Govt will do is make the problem WORSE, not better. Get Govt out of it. No one will pay that bill. If people paid for Health Care out of pocket because it was affordable, companies that make these $40k pills go out of business because of Free Market. So I really dont get why you attack me. I get you are in a world of hurt. Ive been there too. My parents went bankrupt and had scars on their credit history when my father was denied insurance (prior to law changes), had a heart attack that night, which the total cost of treatment was about $120,000 bucks. When they looked at the bill and saw literal charges for $100 bucks for a single aspirin, and a $15,000 bill for an asshole with some letters behind his name to come in and squeeze his big toe and leave, there was no incentive for us to pay into a system that ruined us. My story isnt unique. Yours isnt either. Now we are both still suffering the costs of Govt Interference in Health Care and destruction of our financial futures. Why? Because "free" destroys everyone.
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    06-09-2018, 04:34 PM
    Learning how a broken system is supposed to operate and learning why it does not work properly enables moving forward to build a system that does work. The Federal Reserve Bank does not work for the public, yet, moving forward is blocked because the existence of the Central Bank only benefits people who manipulate money, not the majority of the people. Zippy and the Money Manipulators benefit from validating a broken system, because it benefits them.
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