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kevthorne - 3/23/2017 at 10:19 AM GMT
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 100 Items That Disappear First in a Disaster  (17)
 - Beans Bullets Bullion and Bible - 24hgold
68, 69 probably not that safe - particularly if you're growing your own vegetables - keep a Maine Coon cat instead: does the job automatically. I got a lot of good tips from this article - well taken advice overall. 
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neville - 3/21/2017 at 4:50 AM GMT
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 Farage Interviews Le Pen: “Prison of the EU”
 - Mish - Global Economic Analysis
BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES AND NOW BREXIT WAIVES THE RULES. GO FOR IT FRANCE AND RID YOURSELVES FROM THE CHAINS OF IDIOTS. NOT SINCE THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER HAS THERE BEEN A BIGGER FAILURE IN EUROPE.......  
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ramasart - 3/20/2017 at 1:37 PM GMT
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 How the Fed Operates — And Why It's a Problem
 - Frank Shostak - 
In a nutshell, the Fed facilitates the theft of the value of the dollar, as they can control the increase in supply which at the same time inverts the value of the same dollar. They've now taken 99+% of the original value of the dollar by this method, and then in turn obfuscate about the source of inflation as if it was some nebulous and undefined entity that is caused by something outside of their control. Awesome gig if you can get it, I guess. 
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neville - 3/20/2017 at 4:16 AM GMT
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 How the Fed Operates — And Why It's a Problem
 - Frank Shostak - 
With all due respects for outlining how the crooked american Fed works or should work. From all our research we find the following the Fed acts solely in the best interests of the Deep State and everything else that is clandestine. It IS the proprietor of the Brand known as the PLUNGE PROTECTION TEAM. They also interfere in the entire COMMODITY COMPLEX beating down prices so that they can conjure up false INFLATION numbers. They are the chief MANIPULATORS OF THE INTEREST RATE MECHANISM . The are supposed to be the custodians of the GOLD held in Fort Knox and elsewhere ...They deceive themselves ,the world and the american population as to the veracity of the Gold held by them...which is NOTHING ....they have not had this gold audited in over 57 years and while we are on the subject very little else is audited which is under their control , we get this very spurious reason that it highly confidential and NOT in the publics interest to know what the hell they get up to. So when we get the bilge we do coming out of that foul mouthed felon janet yelen ....so unlike the three Monkey's we HEAR EVIL ,WE SEE EVIL AND SHE SPEAKS EVIL.......Anything other than what I have outlined is PURE ILLUSION. 
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kevthorne - 3/18/2017 at 8:48 PM GMT
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 Sparta - Gold prohibition in a collapsing economy  (5)
 - Paul Tustain - Galmarley.com
You've answered none of the authors points: your comment is flat rubbish. 
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Answer To :overtheedge - 3/16/2013 at 8:40 PM GMT
Wow, a few hundred years of Spartan history in 6 paragraphs bu the author and 1 commenter.

Then there is that little "correlation infers causation" matter. "It was the iron coinage." "It was concentration of wealth in a few hands."

The "Law of Causation" requires cause precedes effect. You analyze the effects and claim they are the causes of end effect.

Oh, here is the classic:
"Who would wish to remain in a nation where they could not contribute to decisions affecting the nation's course? "
People don't leave over politics, they leave over economic security.
Wealth accumulates by one method only. By "NOT BEING USED". Lower usage, fewer jobs. No job in Sparta? Well then I'm headed for Thessalonica.

The problem with the study of economics is that it is as narrowly focused as the study of the history of American Wire Gauge.

Everything is connected to everything.
Everything has to go somewhere.
There ain't no such thing as a free lunch. TANSTAAFL
 
Cameron Waugh - 3/16/2017 at 11:17 AM GMT
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 America Too Broke to Fix Crumbling Infrastructure? “Bridges, Roads, Airports In Long Term Collapse”  (4)
 - Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
Just like the leaders of the Bolshevik revolution were not Russians, those formulating belligerent US foreign policy are not Americans, and they hate people using gold and silver as money. They much prefer forcing others at gun point to use their fake money. 
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Answer To :manfredhumphries - 2/20/2017 at 9:52 PM GMT
If you stopped spending so much money on the deep state, military and wars that protect you from nothing and make the world hate America, and stopped the ineffective war on drugs, you could easily finance infrastructure repair. Justice and democracy do not come from a gun barrel.
 
DRGEORGE - 3/16/2017 at 2:33 AM GMT
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 POTUS at SOTUS
 - James Howard Kunstler - 
Try explaining that to my patients dying on public waiting lists or getting ripped off by exorbitant private specialist fees! 
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Answer To :S W. - 3/8/2017 at 8:01 PM GMT
I don't know what hallucinogens Dr G is on but my experience, both working in, and using the health system in Oz is that it is very bloody good.!
 
S W. - 3/8/2017 at 7:01 PM GMT
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 POTUS at SOTUS
 - James Howard Kunstler - 
I don't know what hallucinogens Dr G is on but my experience, both working in, and using the health system in Oz is that it is very bloody good.! 
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DRGEORGE - 3/4/2017 at 2:20 PM GMT
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 POTUS at SOTUS
 - James Howard Kunstler - 
I'm an Aussie doctor- our system is screwed, (I was going to say rooted but that vernacular has a totally different meaning here in Oz) but not as badly as the US. The only way you can justify those sort of costs is lawyers, but maybe all those parasites in administration have something to do with it too. Good luck with reforming health care in the USA (or here for that matter)... 
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dennyc - 3/1/2017 at 11:08 PM GMT
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 A Hole in the Head  (5)
 - James Howard Kunstler - 
What's similar about Harding and Trump is they're single purpose presidents. Harding was a crook up there with the best of them and his marching orders when elected were to get as much money into the pockets of the already wealthy any way he could. Trump's no different except for his presence in the electronic age which enables him to siphon more of our wealth into the pockets of his friends and acquaintances, special interests and those still hanging about with their hands out from the days of ole Hank the Yanker Paulson. Oh, those politicians were so scared! when The Yanker told them they would have to give their banker friends a trillion dollars to prevent our country from falling apart!!! As I write this Trump is still in the set-up stage of his hustling con and when he finally reaches the take down end game there will be some irresistible, completely and absolutely irresistible national emergency that will result in heavily laden trucks, ships and aircraft carting what remains of our wealth into the hidden/disguised depositories of his cronies and friends. Some claim Trump has no respect for traditions. I disagree. He is maintaining in fine style some of America's longest standing traditions! 
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prljr - 2/25/2017 at 9:29 AM GMT
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 The Revenge of Comet Pizza
 - James Howard Kunstler - 
Why after all this time and accusation , in a city composed of lawyers have there been NO lawsuits filed to defend Comet kidderia? HMMMMMMMMMMmmm  
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Doom - 2/24/2017 at 9:14 PM GMT
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 The Revenge of Comet Pizza
 - James Howard Kunstler - 
To be fair, Milo resigned from Breitbart, he wasn't "bounced." The problem we have here is this takedown was choreographed across the fake media, as so many other choreographed assaults have been (have we already forgotten election night with the parade of women claiming to be attacked by Trump?). Meanwhile, Bill Maher said much the same and...no choreographed takedown. Lena Dunham says even worse and...no choreographed assault. Sarah Silverman says things at least as vile and...no choreographed assault. I don't think it's that much of a conspiracy theory to suggest why the media colludes to destroy some people and not others. On the other hand, the Pizzagate thing is a ridiculous conspiracy theory. It's every bit as ridiculous as a pedophile ring actually working in the showers at Penn State, for over a decade. Keep that in mind: if you dared say anything was going on in the showers at Penn State, you were destroyed. Because it was a stupid conspiracy theory. Just sayin'. 
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Gordon Taylor - 5/15/2014 at 2:55 AM GMT
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 100 Items That Disappear First in a Disaster  (17)
 - Beans Bullets Bullion and Bible - 24hgold
Great list. Item #93 is a MUST - especially if you DO NOT smoke. Nicotine is the most addicting substance (almost) on the planet. Imagine what a pack of smokes would be worth to someone when there are NONE! I've stock piled a bunch of them and keep them frozen. Freezing dries out the tobacco a little after a while, but they are literally worth their weight in gold. When I was stationed in the Arctic we only got resupplied once a year on non-perishables and they kept the smokes frozen so that they would last the entire year. It will be an amazing barter item! Hint! Wrap each carton in heavy duty aluminum foil, it helps seal in the moisture!  
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overtheedge - 3/16/2013 at 7:40 PM GMT
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 Sparta - Gold prohibition in a collapsing economy  (5)
 - Paul Tustain - Galmarley.com
Wow, a few hundred years of Spartan history in 6 paragraphs bu the author and 1 commenter. Then there is that little "correlation infers causation" matter. "It was the iron coinage." "It was concentration of wealth in a few hands." The "Law of Causation" requires cause precedes effect. You analyze the effects and claim they are the causes of end effect. Oh, here is the classic: "Who would wish to remain in a nation where they could not contribute to decisions affecting the nation's course? " People don't leave over politics, they leave over economic security. Wealth accumulates by one method only. By "NOT BEING USED". Lower usage, fewer jobs. No job in Sparta? Well then I'm headed for Thessalonica. The problem with the study of economics is that it is as narrowly focused as the study of the history of American Wire Gauge. Everything is connected to everything. Everything has to go somewhere. There ain't no such thing as a free lunch. TANSTAAFL 
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dennyc - 3/16/2012 at 5:18 PM GMT
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 Sparta - Gold prohibition in a collapsing economy  (5)
 - Paul Tustain - Galmarley.com
There was another factor influencing Sparta's decline - Concentration of wealth. Sparta's citizens had practiced a very effective form of citizen participation in state affairs for hundreds of years until the early version of the Goldman and Morgan players began to exert influence. What had once been a society where all citizens had a voice slowly grew into a society where fewer and fewer families possessed the majority of the wealth and the people lost their participatory voice and as a consequence, the reason to remain a productive member of their society. Citizen flight? You bet. Mr. Tustain nails it when he says citizens fled. Who would wish to remain in a nation where they could not contribute to decisions affecting the nation's course? There were numerous factors which contributed to Sparta's decline, but it was the concentration of wealth which hammered the last nails into their society's coffin. Sound familiar? 
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