moonThe coming derivatives collapse is one of the primary reasons the price of gold (and silver) is going to the moon. Gold will start moving well in advance of this event but it will go parabolic once it becomes obvious to everyone.
Our derivatives Armageddon series continues with Part 2 below.
In this video we discuss some of the insanity that lies behind U.S. derivatives accounting rules and how they favor the banks at our expense:


 

Submitted by PM Fund Manager Dave Kranzler, Investment Research Dynamics

[Update on MH17]:  It’s starting to not look so good for the Ladies who doth protest too much (Obama/Kerry/Biden/Feinstein/McCain/etc).  Russia has satellite images showing Ukrainian troops deploying the type of missile involved and wonders why the U.S. won’t release satellite photos from a U.S. satellite that was directly overhead at the time, among other questions raised by Russia:   10 Questions From Russia For Obama

If you’re bored by the that topic already, then maybe Part 2 of our derivatives Armageddon series will interest you.  In this video we discuss some of the insanity that lies behind U.S. derivatives accounting rules and how they favor the banks at our expense:

The coming derivatives collapse is one of the primary reasons the price of gold (and silver) is going to the moon. Gold will start moving well in advance of this event but it will go parabolic once it becomes obvious to everyone.

Assuming the markets remain functional in the aftermath, the junior mining stocks will move even more than gold/silver.


  1. So, gold and silver are going to the moon?  OK, I can live with that.  But the trick is in how this is measured.  If it is in dying fiat currency, who cares?  That is like saying, “What’s the price of an ASE or silver Maple in Zimbabwe dollars?”.  Nobody really knows because nobody really cares.  If, however, the values of gold and silver are measured in terms of what real goods they can buy, well, that is another matter entirely.  It could well be that at some point, it will cost $500 to fill up our gas tanks OR one oz. of silver.  In that case, using silver could be a good thing because the next stage after this will be that gas can be bought for silver or gold ONLY because no amount of worthless paper will get your tank filled.  Now, THAT will be when my wife suddenly discovers that WE have a stash of silver, even though she has not contributed one penny to it.  I sense a wicked negotiation coming up.  :-D

    • @Ed_B
       
      “…So, gold and silver are going to the moon?  OK, I can live with that.  But the trick is in how this is measured.  If it is in dying fiat currency, who cares?”
       
      For each of us, the measure that will matter will be the relative standing we hold on the ladder of metals holdings…  Remember, in a financial calamity, wealth is never destroyed… it’s merely transferred. I think it’s a mistake to think of the value of metals only in terms of dollars that head for zero.  On that basis alone, you would only hold your present financial condition, preserving what you have, and not gaining anything.  However, if you hold your precious metals, your relative position on the wealth scale will skyrocket, as contrasted with those whose metal holdings are nil…  when the paper people are reduced to paupery in one fell swoop, you will wield enormous wealth power from the multiplier effect of the sudden destitution of the world around you.
       
      Remember the picture of the car from Wall Street when the stock market crashed???  The For Sale sign on the car asked a mere pittance out of the seller’s desperation.
       

    • EdB and Soveriegn Economist.  I woke up at 3 AM to ponder what has to happen to push silver and gold to the moon
      We older people remember when a silver dollar was $1. It bought 4 gallons of gas.
      That point of reference is helpful as is the recollection of the last silver and gold shot of the late 1970′s.  This knowledge, along with our present stacked priced in FIAT when we bought it, will remind us there once was a reference point in PM prices.

      One 20 gallon tank of gas is 4 ounces of silver.  
      A bag of groceries? Maybe 1 ounce if it’s basic vittles
      Silver will lag in its trade value increase but it wil catch up.

      Most will not connect the price of silver with the price of commodities but I am pretty sure most of us old hands will make a quick connection with what used to be the price of X to the price of silver even if it bears no reference to prices in the future.  At least we’ll know if the price is reasonsonable or we are getting shafted.
      Most people will not have much of a clue as to the basic, the original and the new values of silver as a monetary means of exchange because they have no point of reference. The learning curve could be impossibly steep. Keep stackin’ because you never know when the world is going to kick you in the behind.
      When and if they do get up to speed and buy some  silver for the sake of survival, that lesson will come as a very hard kick in the pants.  I do fear the price increases that could come because of the types of slow and fast moving apocalypses that might accompany these increases.  1980 was nothing when compared to what could happen. 
      If anything comparable befalls silver prices, then the 1 ounce and $1 in 1970 that became one ounce and $50 in  1980 could be 1 ounce at $20 in 2014 and 50 times that value in the near future.  That’s 1,000 an ounce
      For the silver and gold to break really high in price is for other things and events to break in a horrendous way.
      I’d like to say ‘wow, let’s just leave things the way they are and I can be happy with my present precious metal prices’
      The status quo will not work.
      The present national and global situations are completely unsustainable.  That means the prices for silver and gold are going to head their own ways, mostly outside our control, mostly upward and the country and world will devolve in much the same manner, on its own accord and not a pleasant walk down a level road
      I use the BMI of King World News to get a handle on how things are going.
      BMI is the BILLIONAIRE’S MISERY INDEX.   KWN is the amen corner for the BMI pity party so when billionaires are kvetching you know things are getting dicey.  
      Fair warning.  When billionaires are bitching they’re pitching;  they’re selling something.
      ‘Ach, ask me how bad things are ‘
      ‘Ok, how bad are they?”
      ‘Don’t ask!’

      ‘Oy Morty,  invest your money with me’
      ‘We can be miserable together.’
       

    • @MaxSilver
       
      “Yes, Like I always say, stacking silver may not make me rich, but avoid me become poor.”
       
      Absolutely, Max.  It is unfortunate that so many would-be stackers get into it for the wrong reasons, become disillusioned, and then sell at a loss, forever bitter about the experience.  There are right and wrong ways to do just about everything and they have chosen the wrong way.  First, they listen to people who supposedly are “experts” in precious metals but who very often are not expert at all in the realm of personal finance.  Then, with very little knowledge of PMs, they jump in with both feet, going “all in” with every cent they have.  All the while, they are expecting an immediate crash and their silver or gold to rocket upwards in price.  In some cases, they have very foolishly borrowed money, perhaps even against their house, to buy a lot of silver or gold.  Later on, they see prices sink or they suffer some sort of economic reversal, such as a job loss, cut in pay, reduced hours, or maybe their spouse loses their job.  Instantly, money becomes very tight and they are basically out on a financial limb on which they have been sawing.  This is not a good position.
       
      Instead, new stackers should do the following: 1) only put money into PMs that you can afford to let sit for at least 5 years; 2) always buy PMs with cash and never with borrowed money; 3) dollar cost average into a PM position buy buying small amounts on a regular basis, which can be monthly, quarterly, or any routine time period that fits your finances; 4) when PM prices pull back, buy more than you normally would; 5) buy only from recognized dealers who have good service, a good product selection, and reasonable premiums; and 6) do not buy and sell PMs all the time.  Yes, a few people out there are good at this and can do it to make money and enlarge their stacks.  But most of us are far better off to just consider our PMs as long-term savings vehicles.  Buy it, stack it, and put it away for the future.  A good mental outlook is also necessary to be a successful stacker.  Know why you are stacking, what you hope to accomplish by stacking, and above all, be patient.  This is not a short dash but a life-long effort to avoid the financial pain of inflation and possible currency devaluation.  These things do not destroy the value of our currency quickly over weeks or months but they do it inevitably over the course of years and decades.  If we are to fight these demons, we need to have more patience than they have… and they have a lot, so we must too.
       
      @Sovereign Economist
       
      “Remember, in a financial calamity, wealth is never destroyed… it’s merely transferred.”
       
      True, but when it is YOUR wealth that has disappeared, it sure SEEMS as if it has been destroyed.  Your financial future may well be destroyed by various economic calamities and that is close enough to wealth destruction for government work / most of us.
       
      “On that basis alone, you would only hold your present financial condition, preserving what you have, and not gaining anything.”
       
      Yes, and there are times when that is quite appealing… such as when people are being robbed by inflation but we are not.  But, it is not the only situation for which owning PMs is good.
       
      “… when the paper people are reduced to paupery in one fell swoop, you will wield enormous wealth power from the multiplier effect of the sudden destitution of the world around you.”
       
      Agreed, there IS a relative nature to wealth… the one-eyed man being king in the land of the blind, and all that.  :-)
       
      “Remember the picture of the car from Wall Street when the stock market crashed???  The For Sale sign on the car asked a mere pittance out of the seller’s desperation.”
       
      I have seen that before.  I had no idea what that car cost originally but assumed that it was considerably more than the $100 he was asking for it.  I also noticed that it did not seem to be snapped up immediately.  Do you know if it was sold for that $100?  If so, then that was just under 5 ozs. of gold, given that gold was priced around $20.67 per oz. back then.
       
      @AGXIIK
       
      “I woke up at 3 AM to ponder what has to happen to push silver and gold to the moon”
       
      Egads, AG!  Owning silver and gold SHOULD mean that we sleep like babes.  lol
       
      “We older people remember when a silver dollar was $1. It bought 4 gallons of gas.”
       
      Indeed we do.  The pity of that situation is that we had very few dollars of any kind back then.  X-p
       
      “One 20 gallon tank of gas is 4 ounces of silver.  A bag of groceries? Maybe 1 ounce if it’s basic vittles.  Silver will lag in its trade value increase but it wil catch up.”
       
      Yes, it will.  In fact, I fully expect silver to be $500-$1000 an oz. within my lifetime.  Yes, there will be a HUGE difference in wealth, as SE points out, but those of us who have stacked over the years and hold a significant portion of our wealth in hard money assets will be very wealthy while those who have not will be very poor.  It will be the epitome of wealth inequality.
       
      “Most will not connect the price of silver with the price of commodities but I am pretty sure most of us old hands will make a quick connection with what used to be the price of X to the price of silver even if it bears no reference to prices in the future.  At least we’ll know if the price is reasonable or we are getting shafted.”
       
      That we will and, unlike many, we will be prepared for that brave new world wherein “intrinsic value” is explained to one and all in terms simple enough for all to grasp.  Hunger makes an outstanding teacher.  Everyone will learn from these lessons.  Too bad that so many cannot grasp this basic truth without suffering the consequences of their lack of foresight.
       
      The learning curve could be impossibly steep.”
       
      Yes, it could.  But it will also be incredibly FAST.  It will have to be for those who survive.
       
      “The status quo will not work.”
       
      No, it will not, for just as nature abhors a vacuum, she also abhors anything that is static.  Nature is dynamic… always in motion… and anything that is not also in constant motion is either dead or soon will be.  Having a status quo means that you are standing still amid all this motion.  Sooner or later… and probably sooner… anyone standing still will be road-kill, financially if not also physically.
       
      “The present national and global situations are completely unsustainable.”
       
      That they are, yet we are governed by those who seek to maintain these unsustainable systems who KNOW that they are unsustainable.  Take the Dems for instance… PLEASE!  They KNOW that Social Security and Medicare are not viable financially, yet they refuse to do absolutely anything to these programs other than make them ever larger and ever more expensive.  This is like a guy in a rowboat who sees that the boat is leaking, so chops a hole in the bottom of the boat to let the water out.  Idiots.
       
      “I use the BMI of King World News to get a handle on how things are going.”
       
      Well, most of us don’t.  We know that billionaires live in their own worlds and that there is virtually nothing in common between them and us.  When a billionaire is bitching, it likely means that his investments are not rising as fast or as much as he would like and not that he is short of money, he’s gotten a foreclosure notice on his home, he’s lost his “job”, or that his taxes are so high that he has to forego the family vacation or put off replacing his 12 year old car in order to pay them.
       

    • The only revaluations I want to see are these, relative ones:
       
      1. GSR Closes dramatically
      2. Relative Silver Value rises in other hard and soft commodities… 
      GSR should be much more in favor of SILVER. 
      I would also like to see a short term ability of one ozT buying 10 gallons of gasoline. 
      Even more when GSR normalizes.
       

  2. Gold and Silver going to the Moon.    Now there’s a brilliant new phrase.   Never heard that before.
     
    Oh I remember now.   I heard it in 2008,2009,2010,2011,2012,2013 and now in 2014 (several times)
     
    So there’s no shortage of gold or Silver.   Why?   It’s all on the Moon.

    • @GBS
       
      “…So there’s no shortage of gold or Silver.   Why?   It’s all on the Moon.”
       
      Oh Come NOW!!!   Nobody’s been to the moon to take the silver there… the silver is really in an old warehouse in Houston where they filmed it going to the moon just to fool everyone!!!
       
      Now, if we could just figure out what the address of the place is….
       
       

  3.  
     
     
    Why is this (following memo) not front page news on Alternative Media sites?
     
    The World Bank 1818 H Street N.W. (202) 473-1000 INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT Washington, D.C. 20433 Cable Address: INTBAFRAD
     
    INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION U.S.A. Cable Address: INDEVAS
     

     

     

    June 30, 2014

     

    Tayuan Diplomatic Building No.1, Xin Dong Lu,

     

    Beijing, People’s Republic of China

     

    H.E. Mr. Anthony Liverpool

     

    c/o Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Queen Elizabeth Highway, St. John’s, Antigua

     

    Your Excellency,

     

     
    The fractional reserve fiat currencies issued by central banks comprising the “network of global corporate control” described by Stefania Vitali, James B. Glattfelder, and Stefano Battiston of ETH Zurich, http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/1107/1107.5728v2.pdf are to be replaced by gold coins, gold leaf, and aurum1, denominated in each of the world’s currencies.
     

     

     

    My Memorandum dated June 22, 2014 to the World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors describing the Global Debt Facility which will provide the gold, together with the first Monetary Agreement to be entered into with the Government of Japan, can be downloaded from https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/mboard3.pdf. and https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/Monetary+Agreement1.pdf

     

    Similar letters are being sent to other countries, with a target for signature of Monetary Agreements in Tokyo at the end of July. Please let me know the contact person for Antigua.

     

    We would like to conclude the Monetary Agreements on the same closing date if this is feasible. It will also be possible to arrange for signature in counterpart.

     

    Sincerely,

     

    Karen Hudes

     

    Acting General Counsel

     

    International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

     
    Source: https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/ltokyoembassiesoutoftokyo.pdf
     

  4. PM is the ONLY investment I have ever made in My life. Ever. I do not own a stock or a bond. I do not and have never paid a bank interest on a loan and everything I have is paid for, house, cars, etc. I am a saver and plan on living off of My cash savings, SS, and PM. I EXPECT My silver to make Me comfortable. Nothing but the moon will do. There are 6 billion oz of gold above ground and just 1 billion in silver. I think we all know wher it is heading in the future. Hopefully in My lifetime. Correct Me if I’m wrong in these figures.

    • ” I am a saver and plan on living off of My cash savings, SS, and PM.”
       
      Well, good luck with that plan, as you are likely to need it.  First off, it is virtually impossible in today’s world to save enough to retire with any degree of comfort.  I know because I was a ferocious saver for 25+ years and had I merely saved instead of invested, I would still be working for a living and not retired comfortably for the past 9+ years.  During those 25+ years, I saved a minimum of 20% of my net pay and sometimes as much as 35%.  Most people save 10-15% of their net pay and think that they are really doing well at saving.  While 10-15% is a decent rate of saving, unless you have a REALLY good job that pays you a LOT of money, this will not be sufficient to live on as prices inexorably rise.  Inflation is a financial killer for those who do not have an inflating income.  One trip to the grocery store to compare this year’s prices with last year’s prices should be enough to convince most people of this fact.
       
      Next, Social Security?  Really?  This program is in terrible financial condition and has been for some time now.  Have you noticed that every time there is a news story on how this program is doing, it will run out of money in its “trust fund” sooner than the last time they ran a similar story?  Several years ago, they said that it would be financially stable until the year 2075.  Then it became 2050… then 2030… and now it is 2017.  This is not all that far off.  It will either wither on the vine and become worth very little to those who get benefits from it or it will collapse entirely.  It might even collapse the Fed Gov and the US dollar when it collapses.  This is not a source of funds upon which one can depend for their retirement comfort.  The lesson here is do not let your retirement rest in the hands of others who care very little about it or about you.  That path leads directly to disappointment.  When I was working and planning my retirement, I did not even include SS benefits as being part of my retirement income.  Now that I am retired and eligible for SS benefits, I started taking them at age 62 while the taking is good.  This is my money and having it in my hands rather than in the hands of a corrupt and financially incompetent government is all to the good, however much I get from it.
       
      Investing in the US and internationally just about tripled the retirement money I had set aside.  Without that increase, I would have had to work another 8-10 years.  Given the market collapse in 2008, even that might not have been enough.  Investing is virtually the only way to get enough money for a good retirement.  Unless one is highly paid, the odds of them being able to save enough to counteract the ravages of taxes and inflation are minimal, IMO.  Having been there and done that, my opinion should carry some weight with those who have not.  If not, then they can learn these lessons on their own and I sincerely do wish them the best of luck with that.
       

  5. I do not subscribe to the notion that the dollar will become worthless when the collapse happens. Sure it will be worth less than it is today but it will not become the Zimbabwe dollar. The reason? Well there are far too may US dollars in circulation around the world and it is held in reserve by hundreds of countries. In places like Russia there are more US dollars in circulation than there are rubles. So it is in the world’s best interest that the dollar retain some of its value. It just no longer will be the defacto currency and will instead most likely become part of a basket of equally valued currencies. 

  6. Dolph  you mentioned you work with the IRS.  What is your insider’s knowledge telling you about the future? Are you still employed by the IRS or retired?  Just asking.
    There are very specific reasons that a person rejects all investments other than precious metals. My father in law was one of them

    TheRedPill. Good video I was very moooo-vd It was not baaaa-d.

    Our-Bama who art in D.C., hallowed be thy CUSIP, Thy Agenda 21 come.
    Give us this day our daily SNAP card, thy swill be done in the gulag and not in heaven.
    Forgive us our Netflix payments as we forgive those who steal our color TV
    And Barry, lead us into temptation, and deliver us our MTV

    • @AGXIIK 
      Must clarify this. I am NOT employed by the IRS or any Government. I am a slave to the IRS as a worker bee with taxes removed. So when I use the term “I work for the IRS” it is because they steal 33% of My income. That makes us all slaves, No? I have friends / family that work in Washington and they hear and see things. Some years in the past I have paid enough in taxes to buy myself a new Cadillac ( I drive a well cared for 14YO SUV that I purchased new). I am so disgusted and can’t wait to “drop out” of the system and let all these newly super educated/socialist Young people pay for this mess they are voting for. I hope to be sipping a cold drink on a beach somewhere, let the next generations figure it out.
      As far as no investments. I have done all the math and looked at the wall st. scam and came to the conclusion, in the 1990s, that it is just a big casino. Bonds? All the cities and states are broke and teetering. I live in the Detoilet area. We are the first domino to fall is all. These gov. are run by savages / psychopaths and their Banking cartel’s. So no I have Never owned a stock, bond, 401K, IRA, etc. I am just a Very Bitter American patriot that realizes My Country was stolen by the Federal Reserve banking cartel.   And there is no reason to even fight for this IDIOT, Socialist, Communist bunch of Asshole citizens left here in this Country. I have accepted the fact that I am out numbered. At least us like minded folks will have fun watching the show. We lost!

    • “Some years in the past I have paid enough in taxes to buy myself a new Cadillac ( I drive a well cared for 14YO SUV that I purchased new).”
       
      This is sounding VERY familiar.  Sometime around 1999, I made a bumper sticker for my 1994 Ford Ranger pickup that read, “I drive a 5 year old Ford so I can afford to buy the government a new Cadillac every year”.  Not much of a protest but it did make me feel a bit better.
       
      Then in 2003, I found a deal on a 1999 Eldorado that was simply too good to pass up.  I still have that car.  It has 54,000 miles on it and drives like new.  I call it The Silver Bullet.  :-)
       
       

    • Just to give you an idea:
      Jews in Jesus’ day were upset because the occupiers of their land (ooooh, ahem, you mean to say the Jews were there over 2,000 years ago? ahhh!) imposed outrageous taxes on them.
      Jesus’ reaction? He wasn’t a libertarian, getting all freedom-fighter-ish over taxation without representation (ahem ;) ).
      Jesus’ reaction: it’s just a chunk of metal: render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, and unto God what is God’s.
      The best financial advice, which I have yet to see on SD, is to “seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you”… as well as… render unto God what is God’s.
      So, in other words, give the IRS what they ask for without fretting about it, but more importantly if you are not tithing and giving above and beyond the tithe to your local Bible-believing church and missions, you are a financial thief and loser in God’s eyes, in spite of your shiny stack.

  7. dolph my apologies  I misinterpreted your sarcasm.  As Republic’s video notes, we are stamped and branded at birth with that contemptible SS number.  SS—where have I heard those initials before
    Did i read correctly that half the population of Detroit (85% black) are delinquent in their water bills?  The water shutoffs are proceeding at 1,500 to 3000 a week.  That won’t work in the long hot summer but shutting off water will produce a revolution of massive portions. It’s called Hydraulic Despotism.
    The USSA is a tax gulag since the creation of the Fed and implementation of the IRS plus the loss of our soverienty in1933. According to some we are actually slaves of the UK or at least the City of London.
    The last honest president was Andrew Jackson.  A pluperfect son of a bitch but he killed the First National Bank.  The insult is that he is on the $20 bill
    My SUV is 9 years old and subs nicely as an RTLV battle wagon
    maybe you can turn that bitterness to righteous anger. I tasted better over ice

  8.   AGXIIK Thanks’
    I only wish I could communicate at Your Literary skill level. Love the SS analogy, didn’t think of that one. As far as that shit hole Detroit goes. Detoilet is an abandoned savage ghost town. It is worse than anyone could imagine but the politicians Love it since it represents them completely. In Your face whitey!! Those people You see on the news are just paid actors like at sandy hook or the Boston fake bombing show and etc. Do not believe them, they are just trouble makers out to stir the pot. Some politician, somewhere will benefit from this show. Rain water is free. Processing and delivery cost extra. I Hate these people, they are All just low life communist assholes trying to get something for nothing. I bet in this area here there is 80% unemployment and on the heavy welfare day’s 1st and 3rd of the month it looks like Christmas out there. Restaurants, stores, shopping malls and bars are All packed cuz everybody got paid their welfare hand outs. It is disgusting and nobody is reporting the truth around here. Afraid they might get called a racist.

    • @dolph, my cousin who is buried in allen park gave me my first snare drum when i was nine.he carried it with him on the greyhound bus from detroit to chicago with my aunt,my dads’ sister.my uncle Mitch spent his whole life at gm. we used to talk motown,and he would always tell me about this dude who,(as he would say) will be big time and famous……..he was always talking about ,Ted Nugent. until journey to the center of the mind came out,we never heard of him. me,i saw him 8 times in concert. this country will never be that great anymore and your last 5 sentences are the reason why. there is no helping these people,fuck,all one has to do is read albert schweitzers’ 1956 goodbye speech,and that my friend is the reason why you said the last five sentences,and how ironic of it all,lbj did it nine years later,again thank a fuckin democrat.if i keep typing it will seem to sound like a raysisss rant.been on this planet for fifty-eight years,never in my life have i ever seen so much third world habitation of pigs who call themselves people.

    • “Afraid they might get called a racist.”
       
      Well, boo hoo.  Name calling is the last refuge of those who have no rational argument.  Those of us who are not dedicated to keeping racism alive know that it is Obama’s policies that suck monkey butt and that if these same policies were delivered by anyone else of any race or group, they would still suck!  In fact, if an old white Repub guy were to deliver an economy this bad, the MSM would engage in a 24/7 Scream-and-Cry-a-thon.  But, the fact that this crap has been delivered by “The Anointed One” means that it cannot possibly be bad… no matter how bad it gets.  Those who can’t seem to get over racism are mostly those who continue to benefit from it and don’t want to lose their meal ticket.  Might have to actually get a job and do something useful if that happens and we can’t have that, now, can we?
       

  9. drummerboy
    Right on! I have an old friend / boss that knew Ted personally, they grew up together here in Redford, Mi. A city that used to be part of Detroit. said Ted was a real bad ass and did not do drugs or drink said Ted was the one at parties flushing peoples drugs down the toilet.. I will check out your recommendation there.
    Someone said here recently that they could not wait until the collapse so he can watch these Pigs eating slop out of dumpsters and begging the gobmint for food in the streets. I will be more than happy to defend My home by killing these parasites one by one. They are after all the enemy and need to be shot as per our duty to this Country. It would be glorious. I have lots of Lead and tools ready for such a romantic time as that will be. Nice fantasy anyway, I feel that strongly towards these treasonous bastards that ruined everything for the few good people that are left.
    And No sir, You do NOT sound like a Racist, Just a Realist.
    I can’t seem to find anything on “albert schweitzers’ 1956 goodbye speech” was He a Doctor? Can You provide a link?

    • if you wiki him,look for his “race relations” writings. sorry don’t know how to copy paste stuff.dont own a phone either. anyway,the last time i tried googling him they had nothing on him.he was a doctor,a musician,a theologian,and a missionary in africa for years.what he wrote in the early 50′s on race relations after being in africa for years,was part of his farewell speech.they have it scrubbed on goog,but wiki has it,someone is trying to make an entry on it by saying he read all his works in every language and can’t find where schweitzer wrote it,thats bullshit.but just read what he says,and then relate it to all the fucking fsa. anyway you help a black race person,they more they will devour you. so much of how he said  can be seen where i live in shitcago,and the same for detoilet.fucking amazing.

    • The small pachyderm in the room is inflation.  Whenever it makes a squeal or a grunt, the Fed pretends that it is not there by changing how it is counted.  If it is not counted, it does not exist, right?  Idiots.
       

  10. Proverbs1616
    When did you become a CPA?
     When did you start giving tax advice?  
    When did you become the arbiter of tithing and to what and whom one should tithe?
    It is clear that you are a pompous busybody killjoy pecksniff who thinks your moralizing and bilious  written offerings should be the law of the land. And did I mention that you are a humourless bible thumping scold who is just plainly and simply silly.

    Like I said, 7 Deadly Sins stuffed in a 4 Sin Sack. That was for you.

    Give the IRS what they ask without fretting?  
    I would not give to Caesar any more willingly than the new Caesar of this country.

    I am sure Jesus would have had something to say about voluntarily offering one’s body and soul to a thuggish, corrupt, fascist collection agency for a cronycratic government that is gone completely beyond the pale.

    So, in your words I should just offer myself into tax slavery without fretting?  
    Really?  Right after you do, Proverbs1616. Right after you.

    Tithing? Hmmmm  
    On average and in any given year I tithe 20% of my income.  My donations to a broad range of charities including faith based ones is done without any of your stone cold ridiculous comments.  
    And I will tithe long after the IRS gets even one more penny from me.  I will give away every penny I possess before I give IRS anything. I will cease earning any income before the IRS gets any more of my capital. When I assume room temperature my entire estate goes to charity  
    Most of my tithing is done without deductions placed on my  tax slave documents.  I tithe without expecting a tax benefit because that is falling into the trap of the state dictating who, where and when I give of my substance
    Maybe you should go to another site where people might fall for your foolish words.
    Save your pious mealy mouthed twaddle for someone who thinks you are anything but a pathetic silly little troll
    Buzz off
     

  11. Same. the wife and I just finished structuring ourselves so that we leave a minimal public (read tax and income here) footprint. Getting off the radar. closing all liability loopholes. What did Rockefeller say—”Own nothing, control everything.” Yep. Done. Next.

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