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    Today, 11:35 AM
    Ron's position that anything resembling a vaccine passport is a big NO for him, no matter who is issuing it, whether gov or private. Vaccine passports- The horrific idea of "show your papers" - RP Liberty Report (from only a month ago) https://www.facebook.com/ronpaul/videos/vaccine-passports-the-horrific-idea-of-show-your-papers/280700756977298/
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    Today, 10:51 AM
    DC is a FOREIGN SOVEREIGN TERRITORY operating under its own set of rules, which everyone in the separate 50 states is fooled into thinking applies to them merely by being born. Why anyone thinks that anything wafting out of there is anything less than a tentacle of that mind-control creation I'll never understand.
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    Today, 10:41 AM
    Hahaha, Krugminator's definition of "free competition" is private central banks printing up currency and handing it to member banks to finance the expansion of monopolies and bureaucratic power. Any mention of Mises approving of anything related to current "markets" is utterly absurd. The man died immediately after the gold standard was formally ended. The organized crime system we're experiencing now is exactly what he opposed.
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    Today, 10:17 AM
    I have no doubt that a grid down "hack" is on the WEF to-do list, along with an internet outage and a major bank hack, among others.
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    Today, 10:05 AM
    Everything based in the swamp is either created by the swamp as a control means, as controlled opposition or is quickly co-opted by the swamp.
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    Yesterday, 09:48 PM
    Psssh. He would say "When you want to talk about markets, instead of legalized organized crime operations, you let me know."
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    Yesterday, 09:18 PM
    Thread started in 2009..... https://wolfstreet.com/2021/05/12/its-getting-serious-dollars-purchasing-power-plunges-most-since-2007-but-its-a-lot-worse-than-it-appears/
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    Yesterday, 04:05 PM
    Thanks for your anecdotal evidence, for whatever it is worth. Your sig gives me an idea of its value, however. I'll be around a couple people who took them this weekend and will try it on them for shits and giggles. The info in this link does show a possible connection: https://silview.media/2021/05/12/magnetogenetics-isnt-this-why-vaxxers-turn-into-fridge-doors-and-magnets-stick-on-them/
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    Yesterday, 03:16 PM
    Mises would roll in his grave at everything we call "markets" today. "Wait, you all allow computers running secret, proprietary software to manage markets and set prices???" "You all allow one participant to control 50% of market making -and- they get to have a hedge fund also???" "Market participants caught breaking the rules are fined less than the profit they made from breaking the rules and no one ever goes to jail???" "The head of rules enforcement agency last worked for the biggest law firm hired to defend rule-breakers against that same agency???"
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:37 AM
    You've taken the shots and tried the magnet test? How long ago did you take the shots?
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:30 AM
    Today, Mayor Pete is right on cue calling for changes to cybersecurity, dependence on fossil fuels and the need for infrastructure spending. Good thing A2030 calls for all those things. What a coincidence!
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    Yesterday, 10:12 AM
    In fairness, I do recall Antifa being labeled a domestic terrorism organization some months ago. I remember posting about how most of us were warning that the muslim terrorist threat/fear would be morphed into domestic terrorism eventually and here we are.
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    Yesterday, 10:05 AM
    It's a bunch of bs, man. There's no shadowy hacker group doing it from afar. The largest shareholder of Colonial is a WEF "Great Reset" member. This hacking narrative is a social engineering operation to incorporate inflation under false pretenses and "highlight the need to change" whatever Agenda 2030 is slated to change. Also create a reason for more ginormous spending like infrastructure bills. Expect lots of things to be disrupted by "hackers" in the near future. That's the point of the Cyber Polygon exercise that PAF and I have been posting in this thread about.
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    05-12-2021, 10:03 PM
    Now that's just weird. https://odysee.com/@TimTruth:b/Magnet-covidvax-arm-ultimate-compilation:f (an excellent link from the comments: https://silview.media/2021/05/12/magnetogenetics-isnt-this-why-vaxxers-turn-into-fridge-doors-and-magnets-stick-on-them/ )
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    05-12-2021, 10:00 PM
    Smells like data mining.
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    05-12-2021, 08:48 PM
    Just a hypothesis here but if Cyber Polygon 2021 has kicked off in earnest, I'm thinking the sectors we'll see hit with "cyberattacks" will be the exact sectors that we'll also see rising prices. This fits with Powell's statement that inflation will be "transitory". The legal definition of transitory is something like moving-from-place-to-place. So cyberattacks become the convenient excuse for high prices that do not recede after the cyberattack is over and also sectors slated for "disruption" by Agenda 2030/Green New Deal/Reset. It's already been publicized that the "hackers" have targeted their next victims already. (It's not mentioned in media that the largest ownership stake in Colonial is held by a WEF member and presumably is a CP "corporate partner"....) (Educated guess says eventually a major hack on DNS resolution is in the cards. Imagine the freak out when people can't get to their bank website or FB or whatever because they don't know the server IP.)
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    05-12-2021, 02:45 PM
    That actually was the PM market up until relatively recently when physical prices decoupled entirely from paper spot prices, the usual small dealer premiums notwithstanding. The copper market is still a paper market first because it still relies on futures contracts to set the price. Those futures may or may not lead to taking possession of the physical. YMMV but I've concluded that all markets are rigged. It's just that we focus on monetary PMs markets and don't pay attention to commodities markets to identify manipulation there. Sounds like 'arbitrage' between markets. Or contango/backwardation within the same market. I'd argue that "reality" is whatever we're presented with.
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    05-12-2021, 12:14 AM
    Shutting down the I-40 bridge from Memphis to Arkansas due to bridge crack, on top of a vulnerable pipeline system..... Must need a $2T infrastructure bill passed through Congress without further debate, stat! Now, where can we find one of those at this late hour?
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    05-12-2021, 12:05 AM
    Before they had the CPU and memory speeds to make it realistic
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    05-11-2021, 11:10 PM
    Definitely feasible, given that CP has had plenty of alt-media coverage, plus the circulation of that very disturbing info about the Debt Reset Program timeline, apparently leaked by a Canadian member of Parliament in Oct last year. That timeline sure has tracked closely to unfolding events. Too much exposure either leads to abandoning plans or fast-tracking them... (PM me if you haven't seen the Canadian info, I'll send the text to you)
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    05-11-2021, 09:29 PM
    Biden definitely looks photoshopped into the Carter picture:rolleyes: Jill, alongside two very old people looks realistic enough. Joe's foot looks like it's hovering over the floor, not resting on it. Any way, this thread made me wonder about this recent news item: Secret Service wants White House replica for training because, Capitol riots, ya know https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/552146-secret-service-renews-calls-for-white-house-replica-for-training Think they're faking stuff now? Just wait until they have a fake WH. They probably already do though and this is an example of calling for something that's already happened, just to legitimize it.
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    05-11-2021, 05:10 PM
    Their ability to massage the wording is magnificent, isn't it? That was a blatant directive to media about what specifically to call it.
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    05-11-2021, 12:45 PM
    Blaming price inflation on hackers and shortages is definitely in vogue these days. Whatever it is, it is most definitely not money printing and the dollar being dropped as global reserve currency. It's definitely not that. Don't ever look at bankers as the root cause. They're caught off-guard by all this as much as we are, for sure. I haven't read through all of your links but I assume you know that another Cyber Polygon exercise is scheduled for July 9th 2021.
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    05-11-2021, 12:40 PM
    Sounds like a black market business opportunity in the making. Some pipe tobacco companies sell loose tobacco in 5 pound bales, including menthol flavored. A few cheap cig rolling machines. Sell loosys outside the gas station for a buck a piece. Just try not to get "Garnered"....
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    05-11-2021, 11:03 AM
    I think everyone is misinterpreting what JPow means by "inflation is transitory". The definition of transitory that's being circulated is something like meaning it's short term or fleeting. If you look up the legal definition of the word transitory it has a somewhat nuanced but a clearly different meaning. According to Black's Law, transitory means to move from place to place. A nuanced difference but a difference nonetheless. I think the legal definition is being used by JPow and his ilk, not the more circulated definition of being of short duration. This would make more sense with how we are seeing inflation take hold, since it is appearing in sector after sector, not all at once. Housing first, then lumber, then food, then copper, etc etc until everything has eventually incorporated inflation. Whether it is short term has yet to be seen. Inflation is already moving "place to place" and better fits with the legal definition of transitory. A dollar crash, revaluation and reset under the new digital system would eventually mean inflation has ended, though, of course. That would make it inflation both "short term" and "place to place".
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    05-11-2021, 10:48 AM
    Judging by overall appearances, that could apply to this whole shebang, not just GME...
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    05-09-2021, 10:26 PM
    "They", in this instance, being the commodity brokerage houses. You know it's all paper games that may or may not be tied to physical assets, right? Manipulate the paper, manipulate the physical asset. You don't think that paper manipulation of precious metals is where the commodity houses draw the line, do ya?
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    05-09-2021, 10:13 PM
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    05-09-2021, 09:53 PM
    Or maybe not everything is good or bad....sometimes things just are. Good and bad is entirely perspective and subjective. Information and analysis isn't inherently good or bad. Anyone that filters everything through such a good/bad lens is a slave to duality. But you already knew that, didn't ya mormon?
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    05-09-2021, 09:17 PM
    The spam doesn't stop. So tired of unsubbing from a shit ton of RNC spam that never actually unsubs. I definitely blame two entities: State GOP and whoever originally sold the RP mailing lists (it was Mike Rothfeld/Saber Communications, who received direct access from Jesse Benton)
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