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#1 Il19z8rn4li1

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 11:51 AM

My spidy Sense... cough cough.. i mean Intuition(yea see how they have done that to us all via MEDIA BRAINWASHING hahah)

is REALLY TINGLING !!! 

 

 

 

 

I will say... Nothing will change unless people are actually taking action.  I know ive been taking action :) 

Local community starts first.... 

(I have my community so utterly on my side and WITH ME.. they say SORRY about MY CHICKENS

going into THEIR YARDS... they say SORRY TO ME ABOUT THAT!!! nuts right? lol hahaah)

 

 

 

 

on topic though... . this is like having a Cop investigate his own crimes hahahaha

 

 

BUT i figured id share this because Im up to date on this shit like flies on shit or white on white rice hahah

Needless to say though... some interesting stuff willl happen in these coming 2 yrs.   VERY BIG VERY VERY BIG.

 

 

 

By Greg Robb, MarketWatch

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Representative Jason Chaffetz, a Republican from Utah and chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee

A House panel on Tuesday approved legislation that would let a government watchdog audit the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy decisions, a move bitterly opposed by the central bank.

The House Committee on oversight and government reform passed the measure by voice vote after roughly 30 minutes of debate.

The bill was the brainchild of Ron Paul, the former House Republican and libertarian presidential candidate and sharp critic of the U.S. monetary policy. Versions of the bill have twice passed the House by wide margins but then stalled due to lack of support from Democrats in the Senate and the Obama administration.

Analysts said the measure has a better chance to become law now that Republicans control both houses of Congress and the White House. Paul’s son, Rand, the Republican senator from Kentucky, has introduced a similar measure in the Senate.

 

 

“It is ironic that the arsonists that caused the financial collapse are now being given credit...for putting out the fire.”

 

 

Rep. Thomas Massie

Democrats in the committee were firmly against the bill.

“This bill would open the floodgates to political interference in monetary-policy making,” said Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, a Democrat from the District of Columbia.

Rep. Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat from New York, said the measure would lead to higher interest rates because it would undermine the market’s confidence in the independence of the central bank.

Republicans said the measure was needed to rein in the Fed.

“It is ironic that the arsonists that caused the financial collapse are now being given credit...for putting out the fire. Almost every macroeconomist concedes in retrospect that [the Fed’s] extended period of easy money led to the financial crisis,” said Rep. Thomas Massie, a Republican from Kentucky.

 

Greg Robb is a senior reporter for MarketWatch in Washington. Follow him on Twitter @grobb2000.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Off topic.. but totally on topic with anything I ever talk about..

If you bought 10k worth of Apple Stock 10 yrs ago.. youd be sitting on 110k today.

Apple Inc. MIGHT be releasing an ELECTRIC car... and if anyone can compete with Tesla..

its APPLE!!! 

SO... stock tips from yours truly... Tesla and Apple.  

If you bought Tesla 5 year ago.. your sitting VERY FUCKING pretty right now lol


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#2 riseabovethought

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 12:59 PM

Inside Job- Great insight if you havent seen it yet.  Pretty disturbing..

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 01:15 PM

We need to go through our governmental budgets - municipal, regional, state, federal - all of them from the bottom-up.

 

Our leadership needs to tailor their budget the way I tailor my budget at home.

If there isn't any extra money.........no new toys. No charity other than commitments of time and effort. No handouts for anyone until my own budget allows for surplus in excess of that which I care to expend on myself. 

 

Trump has been promising a cleanup process. Let's see if he's all talk - or like Obama, says what folks want to hear and supports his cronies while cackling madly all the way to the bank. 

 

Fuck the banks. If they're screaming against it, we should start tonight before they've had time to shred and burn documents. 

We also need enhanced penalties for folks who willingly attempt to conceal transgression through perjury as well as suppression/destruction/alteration of evidence. 

 

I'm tired of Ben Dover economics. 



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Posted 29 March 2017 - 02:55 PM

Maher the other night made a coupla tough critiques of Trump's efforts so far- 

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This history professor from Yale makes an interesting reference to the 9/11 false flag Reishteg fire  

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There's something F'd up about GW Bush's new hobby of painting the faces of wounded soldiers from his war. 

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#5 Arathu

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 06:24 PM

Here's my Earth senses tingling..........this whole fucking thing is smoke and mirrors......Blue and Red..............

 

And it still blows me away that Donald Fucking Trump is actually the president of the united states................hahahahahahaha.......holy fuck!

 

Bawhahahahahaha............

 

Back to your regularly scheduled PROGRAMMING..........Programming is the process of creating a set of instructions that tell a "computer" how to perform a task.

 

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#6 Il19z8rn4li1

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Posted 31 March 2017 - 09:46 AM

Here's my Earth senses tingling..........this whole fucking thing is smoke and mirrors......Blue and Red..............

 

And it still blows me away that Donald Fucking Trump is actually the president of the united states................hahahahahahaha.......holy fuck!

 

Bawhahahahahaha............

 

Back to your regularly scheduled PROGRAMMING..........Programming is the process of creating a set of instructions that tell a "computer" how to perform a task.

 

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of course it is. 

this is why ive been saying the same damn thing forever..

 

You can either... be a selfish asshole and live in the woods alone the rest of your life...

 

OR you can actually talk with insight and in a way by which you never TARGET or DIRECT anything

toward anyone, but instead merely SHOW them whats wrong and SHOW them what your doing RIGHT.

 

 

:)  It IS that simple...

 

People are so god damn stupid now a days and its NOT EVEN THEIR FAULT... they cant help it.

 

We are GENERATIONS upon GENERATIONS deep into this "REEDUCTATION" process of the masses.

 

 

Have you read any New York times articles lately?  Or any mag or news paper for that matter...

NOTICE THE SPELLING and GRAMMAR and phonics(sentence structure), THEY ARE HORRIBLE.

Usually they are hard for me to read because a lot of the shit doesnt even make a lick of SENSE!!

Nonetheless its a good laugh.

Not saying that im perfect with my spelling or grammar... but then again im not writing for a paper that MILLIONS of

people read and are influenced greatly by. 

 

 

 

:)  Do as you want and SHARE IT WITH EVERYONE... because WE give the CITIES... STATES.. and COUNTRY their

POWER... we have ALWAYS DONE SO..

 

Somewhere in the last 200 years... people really turns into PUSSIES..

 

Oh.. maybe in the water... or food.. COUGH COUGH..

 

 

IT IS!!!!!!!!!!! lol  



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Posted 31 March 2017 - 12:08 PM

if you want to have a great big belly laugh ask yourself if the Federal Reserve and its money printing are constitutional.

 

the power to print or create money is specifically granted and limited in the Constitution to the Congress. Nobody else is supposed to be getting their grubby fingers on money minting and coining.

 

Now, one could say that the Congress has merely subcontracted the not too difficult task of printing money out the the FRBanks. Yes, you could say that. But the FRBanks shouldn't be able to make one penny more than a modest profit for their effort. But they lend the notes they print to the Government at interest. How about that for the tail wagging the dog?

 

So, to the point of the OP, an audit will certainly find slimy things under the overturned rock but it misses the point entirely - that the Federal Reserve Banks should not exist at all. Constitution, hah! That's a dead letter. Money and monied interests govern this nation now.


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#8 CatsAndBats

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Posted 31 March 2017 - 12:14 PM

 

 Or any mag or news paper for that matter...

NOTICE THE SPELLING and GRAMMAR and phonics(sentence structure), THEY ARE HORRIBLE.

Usually they are hard for me to read because a lot of the shit doesnt even make a lick of SENSE!!

Please Excuse my Grammar and Spelling.

I don't proof read my text and I'm usually doing more then 1 thing while online.

I make a lot of errors that sometimes don't make sense.   Bear with me :)

 

Sorry in advance ROT, I couldn't resist.  :biggrin:


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Posted 31 March 2017 - 12:46 PM

if you want to have a great big belly laugh ask yourself if the Federal Reserve and its money printing are constitutional.

 

the power to print or create money is specifically granted and limited in the Constitution to the Congress. Nobody else is supposed to be getting their grubby fingers on money minting and coining.

 

Now, one could say that the Congress has merely subcontracted the not too difficult task of printing money out the the FRBanks. Yes, you could say that. But the FRBanks shouldn't be able to make one penny more than a modest profit for their effort. But they lend the notes they print to the Government at interest. How about that for the tail wagging the dog?

 

So, to the point of the OP, an audit will certainly find slimy things under the overturned rock but it misses the point entirely - that the Federal Reserve Banks should not exist at all. Constitution, hah! That's a dead letter. Money and monied interests govern this nation now.

Agreed. Auditing the Fed is, at best, whacking at the branches of the problem (as opposed to striking at the root, get it?) - which is fractional reserve banking. If I could charge compound interest on money I don't have, I'd be rich tomorrow.


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#10 Myc

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Posted 31 March 2017 - 02:50 PM

What we need to do after uncovering all of the malfeasance is to turn The Federal Reserve.....

 

Into a Federally Regulated Utility - like electricity. 

We could gut this behemoth with the Anti-Trust Laws used to dismantle "Ma Bell" back in the 70's/80's.

 

For that matter, we need to use the same legislation on a number of large entities. We The People, need to make our coddled corporations beholden to The People. Banking and financial institutions are at the top of the list. If you're too big to fail, you're now a publicly regulated utility. Welcome to the club. Shut the fuck up, take a number and go to the back of the line. 

Eliminate personal income taxes by taxing the corporations at a more proportional rate which more accurately reflects restitution for their burdens placed upon society. 

Re-purpose the IRS to audit all governmental agencies (including the Fed). Then they can ass-rape the corporations for penalties and interest in the same way they ass-rape the common taxpayer. 

 

I don't see what the hesitation is all about.

They fucked-up health care with impunity. In one reckless stroke of a pen, they fucking ruined the health care I once enjoyed as a privilege to myself. Why the fuck not stick our peckers in the Federal Reserve while we're at it ? Fuck 'em....we're suffering as it is. What difference will another skinned knee make at this point ?


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Posted 31 March 2017 - 04:16 PM

Would you accept just letting moms and pops set up banks in their own little towns? Or big money people setting up banks in their own big cities and eliminating the unconstitutional FR altogether?

 

seems you've fallen  into the trap THEY want you to fall into -> more government is the solution to the problems of more government


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Posted 31 March 2017 - 04:28 PM

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Posted 01 April 2017 - 12:16 AM

It is a monumentally bad idea to put monetary policy in the oversight hands of competing politicians.  I can hardly think of a worse idea than letting Congress determine the interest rates.

 

The problem with the Federal Reserve goes all the way back to it's secrete creation.  It can NOT be fixed by congressional audit, or any other care and grooming, it is wrong to the core.  When you plant kudzu, no matter how well you tend it, the fruit will never be watermelons.  

 

For those wanting the short version without the history, pick up this cartoon at 16:30, but recommend watching from the beginning...

 

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For further information on the money scam try "The Hidden Secrets of Money"...

https://www.youtube....s1VbFzgwrq1jkUJ

 

It takes a few days to watch all 7 episodes and let it sink in.  But if you spend the time to slog through the details, anyone can understand the shell game.

 

The Federal Reserve is a PRIVATE CORPORATION.  The Federal Reserve like Federal Express is not the Government.  The Federal Reserve took all our dollars (money), and replaced them with bogus Federal Reserve Notes (fiat currency), which look like dollars but are backed by absolutely NOTHING.  

 

Once upon a time a dollar was a claim on gold or silver reserves, but Federal Reserve Notes are just a claim on the (fraudulent) Debt owed by Government (us) to the PRIVATE CORPORATION (them).  Unbelievable isn't it?

 

But it is true... :ohmy:

Educate yourself.

 

P.S. Another rendition of the Jekyll Island Heist, this time from the right not the left.  Creation of the FED was a bipartisan debacle.

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P.P.S. John F. Kennedy was the last president who attempted to limit the FED, but his murder put an end to that effort.


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Posted 01 April 2017 - 01:48 AM

The financial dealings of the workers we hire to take care of state business, our employees, should always have their books open to the public.

 

Anything less can only be motivated by deception.



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Posted 01 April 2017 - 08:16 AM

....................and still we participate in the fucking circus...................grumbling at our oppressors. We're ALL to blame for the predicament we're in and the reality of it is NONE of us has the balls to walk away......YET! It's too comfortable over here in our terrarium..............................sigh......

 



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Posted 01 April 2017 - 09:26 AM

Would you accept just letting moms and pops set up banks in their own little towns? Or big money people setting up banks in their own big cities and eliminating the unconstitutional FR altogether?

 

seems you've fallen  into the trap THEY want you to fall into -> more government is the solution to the problems of more government

 

Don't get me wrong. I totally see the consummate futility or our current condition. I was just having a rant. ;)

 

As if any of that radical nonsense could happen anyway. LOL

 

Short of a global spiritual awakening, it will always be more of the same. Come back in a thousand years or 10 thousand years and we'll see nothing more than a variation on the current theme. I've read enough ancient history to know that the mind of man (at large) never significantly changes.  There's nothing new under the sun. Meet the new boss..........same as the old boss. 



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Posted 01 April 2017 - 11:32 AM

I'll gladly accept the full spiritual awakening but I think it won't happen without purging the gene pool of the very bloodlines that have survived centuries of this kind of behavior and then mild corrections, or time outs if you will, only to resurface and reinfect.

 

This ain't pretty talk but what I'd rather see is a righteous and focused anger come out of the fleeced classes who clean the gene pool of these people. As we learned from Dexter(https://en.wikipedia...xter_(TV_series)  ) - if people have to die then let the all the right people die.

 

Then with the seeds eliminated MAYBE human kind could have a chance of getting to a better way of doing things.

 

But I have a nagging suspicion that these types of people will always be among us. Maybe a more benign solution is that WE all get our poop in a group and win the hearts and minds such that right thinking prevails and the bad genes are contained and shunned. But if history has taught us anything it's that WE don't ever get around to it.

 

Another thing history teaches us - we never know the future.

 

So, maybe.


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Posted 01 April 2017 - 05:35 PM

We are not our bodies and the corruption is not of the gene pool.  The corruption is in our self images.  Since we are not our self images, we all live a lie, as such.  What is (including us), is not an image at all.  What it is, we must each find out.  Waiting for the masses doesn't get us there at all.   There is no global spiritual awakening without our own.  If we think we're awake because we think we're awake, we are not awake.   Time to question ourselves, devoting all intention inward.   When perfection is seen within, perfection is known to be the only possible reality.  


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Posted 03 April 2017 - 12:35 PM

When looking at the cause/effect of any political action or effort, it's good to look at the history of its creation for clues as to how/why something came into being.

 

I heartily suggest as reading material for Fed debate "The Creature from Jekyll Island" as it lays out the times and political machinations that allowed the Federal Reserve (or Fraudulent Reallocation) to be created.

 

I often wondered how new money can be created w/o the equal creation of worth, a sort of Philosophers Stone for international big money.

Then I learned about fractional reserve banking.

 

As to "the Purge of evil" suggested, I don't think it'll work until someone (and I most ardently hope it never happens) is able to root out recessives in DNA.

You have to have this as there is no Christ w/o Hitler, no Buddah w/o Stalin, etc.


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Posted 03 April 2017 - 03:59 PM

Pharmer, I share/shared (alternating depending upon my mood) your observations.

 

It's just that I don't feel qualified to do any killing. Nor do I want to be responsible for deciding who has to die. 

 

I honestly and sincerely believe that this (reality) is a training construct. No matter how many 10's of thousand of of eons occur, the basic program will remain the same. I think that what we choose to pursue in this life determines whether we come back for another try or if we advance to the "next level".  I haven't the faintest clue what the next level will be but I don't personally hold out any hope that things will improve here in my lifetime (or anyone else's for that matter). 

 

I was coming of the age to where I should be on the cusp of retirement. It was the American Dream. Now, I'm looking down the barrel of never being able to afford to retire. If they keep fucking with the system, I may lose what precious little I have. I'm not sad or blubbering in my tea (anymore).......just let down. I waited in line for my seat on the merry-go-round for a chance to tag the ring. I see that they're getting ready to close the ride just as I'm nearing the front of the line. 

Oh well, (fires one up), shit happens.  :smoking-hookah:


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