• DaveKransler, Investment Research Dynamics.  It’s great to see you comment on the site. Some of us go back far enough to remember you posting as Dave From Denver.

    You, Holter, PCR  and Stockman are a welcome addition to the dialogue

    Cheers

  • the other thing is that it matter little if there is a Christian or Jewish element to these events and dates, they appear to be coopted by others, maybe those who Marshall Swing hints at.  The people who’ve been instrumental in bringing about the seminal events like 9-11 and other horrible tragedies, appear to be all about numerology and other …[Read more]

    • Indeed he does, brother AG.  His patience with a weak-willed unprincipled individual like Obama must be nearing an end.  If Iran produces a genuinely deployable nuke and the US and EU have not stopped that from happening, Israel will be very tempted to use a few of their own nukes to destroy such a weapon and the facilities that produced it.  Not s…[Read more]

  • Republic from Mars  thanks for the link.  These dates may or may not be biblically enforced but it is wise to take in all information sources and judge after evaluating, applying critical thinking within the contexts.  I saw the dates of these bit events from 1973 on and they are eerily similar in times.

  • OMG   This Dieselboom turd sandwich is a complete shart.  He’s the clown who was always shooting his mouth off about what Monti was doing to do when he QE’d the poor schlubs in the Eurozone, giving away the store and shotcalling the ECB’s actions.  Now he says the way forward for Greece is keeping their debt agreements

    Far be it for me to say th…[Read more]

    • @AGXIIK

       

      “OMG   This Dieselboom turd sandwich is a complete shart.”

       

      Agreed.  He’s also a big-time shill for the EU banks.  That is where his real interests lie and not with helping Greece or its people.  Greece could fall into a fiery abyss and he would not shed a single tear over it so long as the banks are paid for the Greek debt t…[Read more]

    • Here you go @AGXIIK,  More information on the Truth of 9/11 from an airline stewardess of 30 years in the job.  Rebekah Roth wrote a book called “The Methodical Illusion of 9/11.  Here is the Gist of the book~

       

    • Here you go @AGXIIK,  More information on the Truth of 9/11 from an airline stewardess of 30 years in the job.  Rebekah Roth wrote a book called “The Methodical Illusion of 9/11.  Here is the Gist of the book~

       

       

      9/11 was a Shmitah year.  Look it up?  Specifically that day!

  • So long as the Fed keeps s***in’ in the Swiss CB mess kit, there will be consequences.

  • @Ed_B   2 hours on high 35 hours on low.   strobe?  I dont know

    @DanDaley   I did not read that Studs Terkel book  but did read ‘Work”

    Even more TP thrift story

    One sheet   Fold in half, fold once again, tear off the edge, place finger through hole.  Wipe.

    • @AGXIIK

       

      “2 hours on high 35 hours on low.   strobe?  I dont know”

       

      That’s a good amount of time… better than I thought.  Hopefully, rechargeable batteries will work in that light.  They are usually a bit lower in voltage, so don’t always work as well (or even at all in some devices) as the non-rechargeable batteries.

       

  • There were some other reasons for why silver went south yesterday and charts won’t get to the bottom of it.  Margin requirement for silver was increased 11%   for one

    • The next step for these crooks might be to make it where you can ONLY sell and NOT buy silver/gold. They did it before and the people did exactly the same thing then that they would do now… NOTHING!  It is easy to continue stealing when the people do nothing. If there are NO consequences then why will TPTB or anyone else for that matter stop stealing?

    • @AGXIIK

       

      Good point on the silver margin increase, AG.  We’ve seen that movie before, most especially during the St. Valentines Day Massacre.  That showed the true colors of the gold and silver manipulation scheme.  Over time, it takes more paper dumped in less time to have lesser price effects that last a shorter time.  This result was NOT …[Read more]

  • Hi @lynnebee   I like that one.

    Everyone in the Euro zone can now say Je suis Monti

  • @Ed_B  you beat me to the punch with your comment.  I was thinking of a sign that said   “We accept cash and silver”

    “Due to circumstances beyond our control we can no longer accept credit or debit cards” *

    “EBT and SNAP cards are not accepted”

    *The credit and debit card shut downs have taken place in many countries including the US…[Read more]

    • “I was thinking of a sign that said   “We accept cash and silver”
      “Due to circumstances beyond our control we can no longer accept credit or debit cards” *
      “EBT and SNAP cards are not accepted”
      *The credit and debit card shut downs have taken place in many countries including the US.

      I was just imagining one possible scenario… not what I wa…[Read more]

  • An admitted OCD on Costco flashlights and batteries

    A sale on a 1000 Lumen flashlight that works on 4 C cells.   $16

    It is so powerful it’ll illuminate an area 100 x 100  Amazing.

    Batteries  Copy.

    Solar is my weak point. High quality used clothing of all types for pennies on the dollar at thrift stores  Bag it box it and tuck it away.

    • “A sale on a 1000 Lumen flashlight that works on 4 C cells.   $16
      It is so powerful it’ll illuminate an area 100 x 100  Amazing.”

      How long does it take to suck those batteries dry?  Probably not all that long.  But, a small solar system consisting of a couple of solar panels, a charge controller, an inverter, and a couple of golf cart batte…[Read more]

  • the Fed may not have a choice, trapped as they are in perpetual QE.

    • I can scarcely wait to find out what they are going to call the new QE program.  Deceit is their best tool, so it will be called upon to come up with something that IS QE but that is not called QE.

  • Before anyone gets bent, I noted the 200 ton increase in GLD inventory and pinged Harvey an email to correct it

  • @dihlon @silverrrr @DanDaley  copy that  I was just being a wiseass.  I forgot that one would not need TP unlesss you have the stuff that goes in the pie hole.   If one does not have the simoleons to buy a bunch of silver then buy the cheaper commodities, canned food, pasta, water, salt, pepper and beans
     I am remiss on TP due to space but phone …[Read more]

    • @AGXIIK:

      “….buried under 1000 rolls of Charmin.”

      Geez, that’s one fat bitch!!!!!

    • AG – If you ever read Studs Terkel’s The Good War, he had a little vignette in there about a soldier handing out TP in England WWII just before the Normandy invasion. Some officer was all PO’ed because he only got like 2 squares of TP. The officer said, “How the heck am I supposed to go with 2 squares?” The guy says, “One up, one down and you’re…[Read more]

    • AG – If you ever read Studs Terkel’s The Good War, he had a little vignette in there about a soldier handing out TP in England WWII just before the Normandy invasion. Some officer was all PO’ed because he only got like 2 squares of TP. The officer said, “How the heck am I supposed to go with 2 squares?” The guy says, “One up, one down, and you’re…[Read more]

    • AG – If you ever read Studs Terkel’s The Good War, he had a little vignette in there about a soldier handing out TP in England during WWII just before the Normandy invasion. Some officer was all PO’ed because he only got like 2 squares of TP. The officer said, “How the heck am I supposed to go with 2 squares?” The guy says, “One up, one down, and…[Read more]

    • @AGXIIK

       

      “If one does not have the simoleons to buy a bunch of silver then buy the cheaper commodities, canned food, pasta, water, salt, pepper and beans”

       

      Yep, as well as tomato sauce, rice, and a good water filter.  Some way to catch rain would also be good… and cheap… such as a couple of 9×12 plastic tarps, parachord 550 to …[Read more]

  • Here is the answer to end all questions.  The absolute and final answer to all this travail

    In the kingdom of the blind the one eyed man is king

    In the kingdom of the blind and this  country is without gold, silver and toilet paper,  the one eyed man is anything he wants to be.

    Moral of the story

    If you possess gold silver and toilet pa…[Read more]

    • Nice AGIIK! That’s the one thing that would definitely be missed, for it’s mere simplistic and undeniable design and need, toilet paper. I’ve got to stock up on some, I have women under my care.

      I just wish I was in a better financial position to take advantage of these prices. However, I will buy every month. I pay myself first, even if it is…[Read more]

    • AG- I definitely get your drift, but I always think food first, TP second…you can live without the latter longer than you can live without the former (but you know this, haha). I think the real killing will be made in feminine hygiene products…just imagine.

    • “I’ve got to stock up on some, I have women under my care.”

       

      While I am a big fan of TP, I know that it can be replaced by a damp washcloth that can be washed, dried, and recycled many times.  It is not necessary to have TP to keep oneself clean.  It is handy and appreciated but not required.  Anyone having women of child-bearing age in thei…[Read more]

  • not exactly @powerball.  I concur.

    When central banks can print unlimited amounts of FIAT to protect their ass-ets against gold and silver, we will see this time and time again.  Smash the cash—stack the smack. Not original but still welcome to stackers.  The elites know the end is near as they plan their escape.

    Crude STB again  $44 han…[Read more]

    • @AGXIIK

       

      IMO, the financial world will turn on an axis of Russia and China creating that which will absolutely crush all other competitors.  They will do this via creating new gold-backed bonds, the appearance of which will decimate all sovereign bonds that are not gold backed.  This is reasonable because the large bond and gold buyers are o…[Read more]

  • Hmmm, let me wipe that bit of  Greek Feta Cheese off your face, Monti.

    I think Tsipras just missed

  • Russia, and indirectly China, will offer a lifeline to the Greeks, allowing them to exit the EU and their debts.   The South stream pipeline will  benefit  Greece.   Food shipments to Russia will buffer the pain of a Grexit, allowing Russis to work around sanctions and benefit a new ally in the Eurozone.

    • Many things have been in the works by Putin and others in Eurasia for the past few years.  The Eurasian Economic Union and the BRICS deals are significant but just a couple among many.  I can easily see Greece fitting into the EEU.  I can also see Northern European countries fitting into the EEU as well, although this likely will take longer to fe…[Read more]

  • take the knife and put it against the throat of the elites.   that’ll be a sight.

  • We are suffering from a Bubonic Plague Black Death Bond Market.  600 years ago half the European population died from Y Pestis. With this  bond market the death toll will be much higher this time around.

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