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post #9281 of 10058 (permalink) Old 06-18-2019, 11:23 PM
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You guys are giving that IDIOT nofarmer exactly what he wants... ATTENTION
Yep he is typical liberal dumba$$ , trolls until he has a meltdown .
Woops so it wasn't you? Sorry bud.

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What a dumpster fire.LoL. You idiots.

Pozner is the lead plaintiff in several of at least nine cases filed against Sandy Hook deniers in federal and state courts in Connecticut, Florida, Texas and Wisconsin.

In the case against Jones, the families of eight victims and a first responder say they’ve been subjected to harassment and death threats from his followers. A Connecticut judge ruled in the defamation case that Jones must undergo a sworn deposition, which is scheduled for July in Texas.

On Monday lawyers for the families disclosed that child pornography was found in electronic files sent to them by Jones as part of the discovery process. An attorney for Jones said the pornography was in emails sent to his client that were never opened.



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There seems to be a lot more going on in the eastern hemisphere lately than the cartoon we call the media has been reporting to us.

This is interesting, no doubt much of it is fact, and much of it can’t be confirmed.

https://ca.yahoo.com/finance/news/de...230000905.html
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Well, you can either follow the fiat ponzi scheme to it final end or break off and develop your own trading sphere. Seems that is how one could interpret China and Russia actions in regards to financial dealings. When we reach the point where exponential debt growth is needed to keep the system going its pretty much written on the wall. Because in a debt based system driven by inflation, you need more and more debt to create the same economic activity as before. US government debt is a good example of nearing exponential growth. $300B doesn't do as much as it used to, now $1T of debt is needed, then $2T then $4T. Now, a good nuking would keep any break away system from developing, otherwise those countries that break off and perhaps enact sound money policies will be first world countries compared to the West.

The need for debt growth may perhaps be seen in the Fed and ECB announcements this week. And perhaps some flight to safe havens are seen too.
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in a debt based system driven by inflation, you need more and more debt to create the same economic activity as before. US government debt is a good example of nearing exponential growth. $300B doesn't do as much as it used to, now $1T of debt is needed, then $2T then $4T.
Keynes said that governments should take on debt in the difficult times to shore up the economy and put money away during good times. All that the politicians heard was that they should take on debt.

This chart speaks for itself......
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Actually Keynes was right. But we need to take ourselves back to the time when he promoted this idea. He did later change his thinking, probably because he figured out the bigger picture.

His philosophy was developed at a time when we did not have a debt driven system. People, government and businesses had savings. Savings create a strong and resilient economy. However people will hunker down in times of stress and not spend which creates deflationary periods which clear out the weak, put banks at risk and government loose revenues. Those prepared can take advantage of deflationary periods, idiots dependent on handouts don't do so well. Anyway, Keynes idea was to trigger the release of pent up savings to initiate the recovery and reduce or eliminate the deflationary cycle. And since Keynes could not directly tell private entities what to do, the idea was to have government be the initial driver and then everyone else would pile in.

So the bigger picture is that, if you don't have savings in the economy to trigger, then what you are triggering is the acquisition of more debt. And if the cycle is debt >debt>debt rather than saving>saving>debt, pretty soon you get to the point where you can't even move the economy because so much debt is accumulated that there is no more expansion. One really has to look at 2010-2019 and ask who is going to take on the next level of debt to drive things forward. This is your red flag.

At least this is how I think Keynes idea should be viewed. I haven't read anything to this line of thinking because everyone keeps referencing Keynes without any reference at all to the nature of the world at the time. Context is everything whne talking ideas and theory. Government spending is good - Keynes said so - everyone know this - end of discussion. Well no, there is a bigger picture.

Exponential debt growth required to create the same economic activity as before.



Another red flag is the stock markets (not that you can call them free markets anyway), going higher each time the central banking cartel says something. Interest rates are said to go higher so stocks go up because all is well. Now ECB and Fed promoting lower interest rates. Why? Because things are not well. Unemployment is lowest ever, "inflation" (according to their fictional calculations) is stalled, economy looking like recession, so cut interest rates and what happens? Stock markets go higher. Yes, nothing says good times for corporations than forecasting an impending recession so buy now.



The reality is the so called free market system and stock markets is hinged on fiat scheme and cheap debt, not profit, revenues, savings, innovation or much of anything capitalist - but rather dependent on the central control scheme. And so we see both stock markets and gold going up at the same time. As I have said before - cover all the bases because in such a rigged game it is impossible to guess what will happen.
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Detailed article here on the "Russian Hacking" narrative that was invented.

https://original.antiwar.com/mcgover...ssian-hacking/


In a nutshell, court documents are showing this. The DNC hired Crowdstrike to investigate the DNC equipment after the "hack". Crowdstrike then submitted redacted draft reports of their findings to government saying Russia did it. Comey and the FBI did not investigate any of this, all data and info is from the DNC via paid for contractor Crowdstrike.



At a time of high tension in the 2016 presidential campaign, when the late Sen. John McCain and others were calling Russian “hacking” an “act of war,” the FBI settled for three redacted “draft reports” from CrowdStrike rather than investigate the alleged hacking itself, the court document shows.

Then FBI Director James Comey admitted in congressional testimony that he chose not to take control of the DNC’s “hacked” computers, and did not dispatch FBI computer experts to inspect them, but has had trouble explaining why.

In his testimony, he conceded that “best practices” would have dictated that forensic experts gain physical access to the computers. Nevertheless, the FBI decided to rely on forensics performed by a firm being paid for by the DNC.


But, when it comes to declaring acts of war and giving world wide coverage of Russian interference it is now common accepted government practice to let 3rd party findings deterine all foreign policy.



Maybe someday we can get back to talking about what those emails that were "hacked" actually revealed about the workings of the DNC, government, Clinton Foundation, etc. Those emails that have never been claimed as false. Control the narrative until the narrative implodes.
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Detailed article here on the "Russian Hacking" narrative that was invented.

https://original.antiwar.com/mcgover...ssian-hacking/

In a nutshell, court documents are showing this. The DNC hired Crowdstrike to investigate the DNC equipment after the "hack". Crowdstrike then submitted redacted draft reports of their findings to government saying Russia did it. Comey and the FBI did not investigate any of this, all data and info is from the DNC via paid for contractor Crowdstrike.



At a time of high tension in the 2016 presidential campaign, when the late Sen. John McCain and others were calling Russian “hacking” an “act of war,” the FBI settled for three redacted “draft reports” from CrowdStrike rather than investigate the alleged hacking itself, the court document shows.

Then FBI Director James Comey admitted in congressional testimony that he chose not to take control of the DNC’s “hacked” computers, and did not dispatch FBI computer experts to inspect them, but has had trouble explaining why.

In his testimony, he conceded that “best practices” would have dictated that forensic experts gain physical access to the computers. Nevertheless, the FBI decided to rely on forensics performed by a firm being paid for by the DNC.


But, when it comes to declaring acts of war and giving world wide coverage of Russian interference it is now common accepted government practice to let 3rd party findings deterine all foreign policy.



Maybe someday we can get back to talking about what those emails that were "hacked" actually revealed about the workings of the DNC, government, Clinton Foundation, etc. Those emails that have never been claimed as false. Control the narrative until the narrative implodes.
So where do you stand on Sandy Hook?
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I am not the biggest fan of Keynes but there were parts of what he said that I agreed with. When the economy is rolling the .gov should be creating rainy day funds for the times that the economy slows. These rainy day funds (and sometimes borrowing) should be used to make up for drops in government income to maintain and improve existing social safety nets rather than shore up faltering businesses. I am not a fan of the .gov getting heavily involved in the economy as the end result (which we have today) is that they end up picking the winners and losers.
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So true.

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