Saturday, September 29, 2012

"Revolution" - Trailer & Two First Episodes

What would you do without it all? In this epic adventure from J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions and "Supernatural's" Eric Kripke, a family struggles to reunite in an American landscape where every single piece of technology - computers, planes, cars, phones, even lights - has mysteriously blacked out forever. A drama with sweeping scope and intimate focus, "Revolution" is also about family - both the family you're born into and the family you choose. This is a swashbuckling journey of hope and rebirth seen through the eyes of one strong-willed young woman, Charlie Matheson (Tracy Spiridakos, "Being Human"), and her brother Danny (Graham Rogers, "Memphis Beat"). When Danny is kidnapped by militia leaders for a darker purpose, Charlie must reconnect with her estranged uncle Miles (Billy Burke, "The Twilight Saga"), a former U.S. Marine living a reclusive life. Together, with a rogue band of survivors, they set out to rescue Danny, overthrow the militia and ultimately re-establish the United States of America. All the while, they explore the enduring mystery of why the power failed, and if - or how - it will ever return.

After 15 years of darkness, an unlikely trio sets out to save the world.

Miles leads Charlie to a Militia prison camp to rescue an old flame. C. Thomas Howell guest stars.

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Friday, September 28, 2012

Nazi space Buddha was meteorite, includes swastika

An ancient Buddhist statue known as the Iron Man that the Nazis stole from Tibet in 1938.
A 1,000-year-old Buddhist statue discovered in Tibet by Nazis searching for the origins of the Aryan race was hewn from meteorite, scientists have found. 

It sounds like a mash-up of Indiana Jones' plots, but German researchers say a heavy Buddha statue brought to Europe by the Nazis was carved from a meteorite that likely fell 15,000 years ago along the border of Mongolia and Siberia.

The 10kg Iron Man statue, believed have originated from the 11th century Bon culture, depicts the god Vaisravana, the Buddhist King of the North, who is also known in Tibet as Jambhala. On his chest is a Buddhist swastika, a symbol of luck that was later co-opted by the Nazi party of Germany.


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Thursday, September 27, 2012

The Fed Will Destroy The World

SocGen's Albert Edwards Lowers Equity Allocation To Minimum On Fears "Fed Will Destroy The World"

By Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge

It has been a while since we heard from SocGen's uber-soothsayer Albert "Ice Age" Edwards. He is now back, and with quite a bang, reiterating a line from Marc Faber that will prove 100% accurate in a few short years. The French bank's forecaster, who has proven more accurate than most (and certainly far better than Wall Street's permabull-by-default brigade which is trotted out every day there is a market uptick and promptly tucked in when reality returns) just made the call to cut equity allocation to the lowest possible 30% (from 35%), while hiking cash from 15% to 20%. Deja vu? "the last time I reduced my equity weighting to 30% was 8 May 2008 when the S&P was stlll standing at 1400."

From Albert Edwards:
Lowering equity weighting to minimum - "The Fed will destroy the world”

In 2005 when Alan Greenspan was being hailed as a “maestro” I wrote that his policies would ruin the world and history would judge him to be “an economic war criminal”. I now think Ben Bernanke’s policies will prove even more ruinous than Sir Alan’s (yes unbelievably he still retains his honorary knighthood). Hence we are lowering our equity weighting to 30%, the minimum possible. The last time I did this was 8 May 2008.
  • I'm reading some insanely stupid stuff at the moment. Okay, I know some of my writing is pretty insane, but when I read direct quotes and commentary about Bernanke's policy of driving up asset prices in general and equity prices in particular, I almost want to cry over the ludicrousness of this position. The Fed is pursuing the same road to ruin as it did between 2003-2007. I'm becoming more and more convinced that, Gloom, Boom, & Doom's Marc Faber is right when he says that "the Fed will destroy the world" - link. (Also keep your eyes open for Dylan's next Popular Delusions.)
  • I agree with Philadelphia Fed President Charles Prosser, who dared to suggest the Emperor had no clothes by saying that QE, including the bank's purchase of $40bn a month of mortgage bond purchases, was unlikely to do much to boost growth and decrease unemployment.
  • Regular readers will know that in the main, my market timing is unerringly inaccurate, normally months if not years too early. But for those who might write off this move down to 30% as the yet more rantings of a lunatic, the last time I reduced my equity weighting to 30% was 8 May 2008 when the S&P was stlll standing at 1400.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Chemtrails Are REAL

CorpGov Lied: Chem-Sprayed Civilians in the 1960's

Think the chemtrail crowd is wrong?  New research being unveiled today says that indeed, the Army sprayed unknowing civilian populations with dangerous chemicals from 1945 to 1970.  The research paper is publicly available and here's the summary:


"This piece analyzes a covert Manhattan Project spin-off organization referred to here as the Manhattan-Rochester Coalition, and an obscure aerosol study in St. Louis, Missouri, conducted under contract by the U.S. military from 1953–1954, and 1963–1965. The military-sponsored studies targeted a segregated, high-density urban area, where low-income persons of color predominantly resided.

Examination of the Manhattan-Rochester Coalition and the St. Louis aerosol studies, reveal their connections to each other, and to a much larger military project that secretly tested humans, both alive and deceased, in an effort to understand the effects of weaponized radiation. [emphasis mine - c]

Through this case study, the author explores how a large number of participants inside an organization will willingly participate in organizational acts that are harmful to others, and how large numbers of outsiders, who may or may not be victims of organizational activities, are unable to determine illegal or harmful activity by an organization. The author explains how ethical and observational lapses are engineered by the organization through several specific mechanisms, in an effort to disable critical analysis, and prevent both internal and external dissent of harmful organizational actions. Through studying the process of complex organizational deviance, we can develop public policies that protect the public's right to know, and construct checks and methods to minimize the chance of covert projects that are contrary to societal norms."

The report says officials looked at multiple cities for teststing but "Of those, St. Louis and Minneapolis" were selected as they both “met the desired summer temperature range”.

So comes now the question when government officials say "Trust us!"  Should we?  Or is this a pretty conclusive case of  "Fool me once, shame on me..."?

Hats off to the I-Team at KSDK TV  [2 videos here] for being all over this...  Viral time...  -- George Ure, Urban Survival

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Mass Inflation Ahead -- Save Your Nickels!

Mass Inflation Ahead -- Save Your Nickels!
By James Wesley, Rawles -- Editor of

Updated, June 15, 2012

I've often mused about how fun it would be to have a time machine and travel back to the early 1960s, and go on a pre-inflation shopping spree. In that era, most used cars were less than $800, and a new-in-the box Colt .45 Automatic sold for $60. In particular, it would be great to go back and get a huge pile of rolls of then-circulating US silver dimes, quarters, and half dollars at face value. (With silver presently around $30 per ounce, the US 90% silver (1964 and earlier) coinage is selling wholesale at 22 times face value--that is $22,000 for a $1,000 face value bag.)

The disappearance of 90% silver coins from circulation in the US in the mid-1960s beautifully illustrated Gresham's Law: "Bad Money Drives Out Good." People quickly realized that the debased copper sandwich coins were bogus, so anyone with half a brain saved every pre-'65 (90% silver) coin that they could find. (This resulted in a coin shortage from 1965 to 1967, while the mint frantically played catch up, producing millions of cupronickel "clad" coins. This production was so hurried that they even skipped putting mint marks on coins from 1965 to 1967.)

Alas, there are no time machines. But what if I were to tell you that there is a similar, albeit smaller-scale opportunity? Consider the lowly US five cent piece--the "nickel."

Unlike US dimes and quarters, which stopped being made of 90% silver after 1964, the composition of a nickel has essentially been unchanged since the end of World War II. It is still a 5 gram coin that is an alloy of 75% copper and 25% nickel. (An aside: Some 1942 to 1945 five cent coins were made with 35% silver, because nickel was badly-needed for wartime industrial use. Those "War Nickels" have long since been culled from circulation, by collectors.)

According to, the 1946-2011 Nickel (with a 5 cent face value) had a base metal value of $0.0733 in February, 2011. That was 146.7% of its face value. Because of the global recession and the fact that both nickel and copper are primarily industrial metals, the melt value of a nickel declined to just $0.0498 in June, 2012. But I predict that as inflation resumes--most likely beginning in 2013--the base metal value of nickels will rise substantially, regardless of the weakness in the industrial economy.

The Root of the Problem

It is inevitable that any country that issues a continually-inflated fiat paper currency will run into the problem of their coinage eventually having its base metal value exceed its face value. When this happens, it is one of those embarrassing "emperor's new clothes" moments. Unless a government takes the drastic step of lopping off a zero or two from their currency, this coinage problem is inevitable. In essence, we were robbed by our own government when silver coins were replaced with copper sandwich coins in the 1960s. I predict that essentially the same thing will soon to happen with nickels.

Helicopter Ben Bernanke will inflate his way out of the current liquidity crisis. through artificial lowering of interest rates, massive injections of liquidity, and monetization of the Federal debt. That can only spell one thing: inflation, and plenty of it. Mass inflation will mean much higher commodities prices (at least from the perspective of the US currency.)

Starting in 2009, I began warning my readers that a nickel debasement was coming. But since then, I've pleasantly surprised to see that the government moved at a snail's pace, in implementing the change. In February, 2010 it was announced that the Obama administration had endorsed a change in the metal composition of pennies and nickels. And then, in November 2010, President Obama signed "The Coin Modernization, Oversight, and Continuity Act of 2010". Then, in late 2011 came news of the introduction of H.R. 3694 (the Saving Taxpayer Expenditures by Employing Less Imported Nickel ACT -- aka the "STEEL Nickel Act". It now appears likely that the STEEL Nickel Act the will be signed into law in 2012 and the U.S. mint will begin producing debased steel nickels in 2013.

In January, 2012 this was reported: Mint begins trial strikes in composition tests. The good news is that the trials strikes are part of a two year study. (The contract runs through June 30, 2013.) So we may have some extra time to stockpile nickels before the debasement. Once this change is implemented, you will then have to manually sort the "old" from the "new" debased nickels! But for now, there is still an open window of opportunity, during which time SurvivalBlog readers can salt away countless rolls, bags, and boxes of nickels. I am grateful for the delay in the nickel debasement, but this window of opportunity is likely to close in 2013. Act accordingly.

Within just a few years, the base metal value of a nickel is likely to exceed two times ("2X") its face value. (10 cents each.) The nickel will then begin to disappear from circulation. (Gresham's Law is unavoidable.) Unlike the mid-1960s experience, the missing nickels will not cause a crisis, since pennies will suffice for making small change, and most vending machines now use dimes as their smallest purchase increment. Meanwhile, most bridge tolls and toll roads have inflated so that tolls are in 10 or 25 cent increments. The demise of the nickel will hardly cause a ripple in the news.

Unless the Treasury decides to drop the issuance of nickels entirely, the US Mint will within the next three years be forced to introduce a "new" nickel with a debased composition. It will possibly be stainless steel, zinc (flashed with silver) or possibly even aluminum.

Why Not Pennies?

You may ask, why not accumulate 95% copper (pre-1982 mint date) pennies? They already seen a spike in their base metal value to 2.2 cents each. But unfortunately, pennies have two problems: confusion and bulk. They are confusing, because 95% copper pennies are now circulating side-by-side with 97.5% zinc pennies. They are also about four times as bulky (per dollar of face value) as nickels.

With nickels you won't have to spend time sorting out pre-1982 varieties. At present, visually date sorting pennies simply isn't worth your time. Although Ryedale Coin makes an automated density-measuring penny sorting machine, it is still very time consuming, and unless you have a lot of pennies to sort, it would take a long time for the machine to pay for itself. As background: The pre-1982 pennies recently had a base metal value of about $0.0295 each.) Starting in mid-1982, the mint switched to 97.5% zinc pennies that are just flashed with copper. Those presently have a base metal value of only about $0.0067 each.

Pennies are absurdly bulky and heavy to store. Nickels are also quite bulky, but are at least more manageable than pennies for a small investor's storage. (Storing pennies would take a tremendous amount of space and constitute a huge weight per dollar invested.)

The biggest advantage of nickels over pennies is that there is no date/composition confusion. At least for now, a nickel is a nickel. Even the newly-minted "large portrait" nickels have the same 75/25 cupronickel composition. But that is likely to change within just a couple of years. The US Mint cannot go on minting nickels at a loss much longer. My advice: start filling military surplus ammo cans with $2 (40 coin) rolls of nickels.

The standard U.S. military surplus .30 caliber size can is the perfect size for rolls of nickels. They will hold $188 of rolled nickels per can. Any larger containers would be difficult to move easily. (Avoid back strain!) Cardboard boxes are fragile, and lack a carry handle. But ammo cans are very sturdy, have an integral handle, and they are relatively cheap and plentiful. They are available at military surplus stores and gun shows. The current difference between a nickel's base metal value and its face value is fairly small, but trust me, it will grow! Someday, when nickels are worth 4X to 8X their face value, your children will thank you for it. Consider it an investment in your children's future.

In December of 2006, the US congress passed a law making it illegal to bulk export or melt down pennies and nickels. But once the old composition pennies and nickels have been driven out of circulation, that is likely to change. In fact, abill now before congress would remove pre-1982 pennies from the melting ban. In any case, once the base metal value exceeds face value by about 3X, an investor's market will develop, regardless of whether or not melting is re-legalized. Count on it.

What if Uncle Sam Decides to Drop a Zero?

As previously noted in SurvivalBlog, inflation of the US dollar has been chronic, cumulative, and insidious. So much so that turns of phrase from old movies like "penny candy" and "its your nickel" (to describe the cost of a call on a pay phone) now seem quaint and outdated. When inflation goes on long enough, the number of digits required to express a price grows too large. (As has been seen with the Italian lira, the Zimbabwean dollar, and countless other currencies. One whitewash solution to chronic inflation that several other nations have chosen is dropping one, two, or even three zeros from their currency, in an overnight revaluation, with a mandatory paper currency exchange. The history of the past century has shown that when doing so, most governments re-issue only new paper currency, but leave the old coinage in circulation, at the same face value. This is because the sheer logistics of a coinage swap would be daunting. Typically, this leaves the holders of coinage as the unexpected beneficiaries of a 10X, 100X.or even 1,000X gain of the purchasing power of their coins. Governments just assume that most citizens just have a couple of pocketfuls of coins at any given time. So if a currency swap were to happen while you are sitting on a big pile of nickels, then you would make a handsome profit. To "cash in", you could merely spend your saved nickels in the new currency regime.

How To Build Your Pile of Nickels

How can you amass a big pile-o-nickels? Obviously just saving the few that you normally receive as pocket change is insufficient. Here are some possibilities:

1.) If you live in a state with nickel slot machine gambling (such as Nevada or New Jersey), or near an Indian tribal casino with nickel slots, go to a casino frequently and buy $50 in nickels at a time. Do your best to look like a gambler when doing so, by carrying a plastic change bucket with a few nickels in the bottom.

2.) Obtain nickels in rolls from your friendly local bank teller. Most "retail" banks are already accustomed to handing over rolls of coins to private depositors because of collector demand for statehood commemorative quarters and the new presidential dollar coins. Ask for $20 or $30 of nickels in rolls each time that you visit to do your normal banking deposits or withdrawals. It is best to ask for new "wrapped" (fresh Federal Reserve Bank issue) rolls. This way, you might have the chance of getting rolls with valuable minting errors--such as "double die" strikes. These are usually noticed and publicized a few months after the fact, and can be quite valuable. You will also be assured that you are getting full 40 coin rolls. (Getting shorted with 38 or 39 coin rolls is possible with hand-rolled coins.) If the tellers ask why you want so many, you can honestly tell them: "I'm working on a collection for my children." (You need not tell them how large a collection it is!)

3.) If you live in or near an urban area and you operate a business, you can effectively "buy" rolled coinage at face value from your commercial bank. (They generally will not do any business with anyone unless they have an account.) It might be worth your while to on paper start a side business with "Vending Service" in its name, and have business cards and stationary printed up in that name. Have that "DBA" business entity name added to your commercial bank account. At a high-volume commercial bank you could conceivably buy hundreds or even thousands of dollars worth of nickels on the pretense of stocking change for a vending business. Depending on your relationship with the bank, they may waive any fees if you ask for a few rolls of coins. Be advised, however, that if you ask for any significant quantity at one time, they will probably charge you a premium. (Down in the small print of your account contract, there is probably wording something like this: "Coin Issued - Per Roll: .03 Currency Issued - Per $ 100: .08" Before you cry "foul", be aware that the Federal Reserve actually charges your bank a small premium when they obtain wrapped rolls of coins. (Most folks have held to the convenient fiction that a paper dollar was the same as a dollar in change. Obviously, it isn't.) In effect, your commercial banker will just be passing along this cost to you. Unless they charge you a heavy fee, then don't worry about it. Ten years from now, when a $2 roll of nickel is worth $16, you'll be laughing about how you obtained $4,000 face value in nickels at just a small fraction over their face value.

4.) If you know someone that has a machine vending business, offer to buy all of their excess nickels once every month or two, by offering a small premium.

5.) If you operate a "mom and pop" retail business with a walk-in clientele, put up a small sign next to your cash register that reads: "WANTED: Rolls of nickels for my collection. I pay $2.25 per 40 coin ($2) roll, regardless of year!" Once the nickel shortage develops (as it inevitably will), you should raise you premium gradually, to keep a steady stream of coin rolls coming in.

An Aside: Nickel Logistics

Nickels are heavy! Storing and transporting them can be a challenge.

In October, 2011, it was reported that Texas hedge fund manager Kyle Bass had invested $1 million to buy 20 million nickels. It was not reported where and how he had them stored. That is a lot of weight!

Some SurvivalBlog readers and I have done some tests:

$300 face value (150 rolls @$2 face value per roll) fits easily fit in a standard U.S. Postal Service Medium Flat Rate Box (This is the USPS "FRB1", with dimensions 11" x 8-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Full of Nickels, it weighs about 68 pounds. They can be mailed from coast to coast for less than $25. Doing so will take a bit of reinforcement. Given enough wraps of strapping tape, a corrugated box will securely transport $300 worth of Nickels. At ULINE you can get a corrugated to fit inside the corrugated Medium Flat Rate Box, to reinforce it. It is item #S-4517. It measures 10"x8"x5". These boxes presently cost 54 cents each in lots of 25.

The standard US .30 caliber ammo can works perfectly for storing rolls of Nickels at home. Each can will hold $188 of nickels in rolls. You can stack the nickel rolls vertically (on end, standing up) four to a row across the width of the ammo can.  (Think of it like stacking one shotgun shell on top of another.) Each of the two layers takes 11 rows of 4, plus one odd row of 3.  That makes 47 rolls per layer equaling 94 rolls total.  This makes for $188 of coins per can.  I've read that others have fit as much as $192 in rolled nickels (96 rolls) in a .30 caliber can, by carefully positioning horizontal rows, but this takes a bit more time for precise positioning.

The larger .50 caliber cans also work for storing nickels, but when full of coins they are too heavy to carry easily.

If you buy more than a few hundred dollars worth of nickels, do not over-stress your house. Do not store them upstairs or in an attic. Storing the boxes or ammo cans on a concrete slab floor is ideal.


I've already had some ridicule, with e-mails accusing me of "hoarding." So be it. Let me preemptively state that I realize that money tied up in coins will not benefit from the interest that a bank deposit would earn. But foregoing interest is not a major concern. Why? Because I think that it is a fairly safe bet that commodity price inflation will outstrip the prevailing interest rates for at least the next five years. In five years, the circulating nickel as we now know it, will be history, and it will be treated with nearly the same reverence that we now give to pre-'65 silver coinage.

We saw what happened when clad copper dimes, quarters and half dollars were introduced in 1965. We should learn from history. Something comparable will very likely soon to happen with nickels. You, as a reader, are now armed with that knowledge. You can and should benefit from it, before Uncle Sugar performs his next sleight of hand trick and starts passing off silver-plated steel tokens as "nickels".

Addendum: Canadian Nickels

The situation with Canadian nickels is much more complicated than with U.S. nickels. You'll have a lot of sorting to do, since the composition of those five cent pieces varied widely! 

 Here is a summary:

1922 - 1942 Canadian Nickels were 99.9% nickel.

1942 - 1943 Canadian Nickels were made of "Tombac" brass (88% copper, 12% zinc) and have a melt value of less than a penny.

1944 - 1945 Canadian Nickels were made of chrome-plated steel and have a melt value of less than a penny.

1946 - 1950 12-sided Canadian Nickels were 99.9% nickel and according to are as of this writing worth $0.076 each.

1951 - 1954 Canadian Nickels were made of chrome-plated steel and have a melt value of less than a penny.

1955 - 1962 12-sided Canadian Nickels were 99.9% nickel and according to are as of this writing worth $0.076 each.

1963 - 1981 Canadian Nickels were 99.9% nickel and as of this writing are worth $0.076 each.

1982 - 2001 Canadian Nickels were 75% copper, 25% nickel and as of this writing are worth $0.045 each.

2000 - present Canadian Nickels are 94.5% steel, 3.5% copper, and 2% nickel (the outer plating) and have a melt value of less than a penny.

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James Wesley, Rawles is a former U.S. Army Intelligence officer and a noted author and lecturer on survival and preparedness topics. He is the author of Patriots: A Novel of Survival in the Coming Collapse and is the editor of very popular daily web journal for prepared individuals living in uncertain times.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Terence McKenna: Eros And The Eschaton

We are caged by our cultural programming. Culture is a mass hallucination, and when you step outside the mass hallucination you see it for what it's worth.

Eros and the Eschaton lecture (1994)

"We have to stop CONSUMING our culture. We have to CREATE culture. DON'T watch TV, DON'T read magazines, don't even listen to NPR. Create your OWN roadshow. The nexus of space and time where you are -- NOW -- is the most immediate sector of your universe. And if you're worrying about Michael Jackson or Bill Clinton or somebody else, then you are dis-empowered. You're giving it all away to ICONS. Icons which are maintained by an electronic media so that, you want to dress like X or have lips like Y... This is shit-brained, this kind of thinking. That is all cultural diversion. What is real is you, and your friends, your associations, your highs, your orgasms, your hopes, your plans, your fears. And, we are told No, you're unimportant, you're peripheral -- get a degree, get a job, get a this, get that, and then you're a player. You don't even want to play that game. You want to reclaim your mind and get it out of the hands of the cultural engineers who want to turn you into a half-baked moron consuming all this trash that's being manufactured out of the bones of a dying world."

Reclaim Your Mind, from the lecture "Eros and the Eschaton".

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Saturday, September 22, 2012

This Always ENDS the Same Way: Zimbabwe, Argentina... AmeriKa

JAMES TURK - Part 1: This Always ENDS the Same Way: Zimbabwe, Argentina... AmeriKa

PART 1 of 2: James Turk, Founder of GoldMoney calls in from Spain to explain how the FED's latest actions spell doom for the Dollar. James reminds us that what is happening in the United States RIGHT NOW thanks to the privately owned Central Bank always ends the same way: In disaster for the currency. We've seen it before: Weimar Germany, Zimbabwe, Argentina, Serbia... and we'll soon see it in AmeriKa.

JAMES TURK - Part 2: WARNING: Currency Cliff Ahead = $400 Silver, $8,000 Gold

PART 2 of 2: James Turk, Founder of GoldMoney revisits his decade long prediction of $400 silver and $8,000 gold. And he corrects me, explaining that he sees it as early as 2013-2105, along with hyperinflation. The fuse has been lit and time is running out.

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If you had to choose one gun—and only one gun—to get you through a disaster (be it traditional or zombie-related), what would it be? If you could have one firearm (that’s realistically available) to protect yourself, your family and your assets, what would it be and why? Here are 10 choices made by some of the editors and contributors in NRA Publications. What would you choose? Let us know.


My personal choice? AR-15.

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10 Shocking Quotes About What QE3 Is Going To Do To America


#1 Ron Paul
“It means we are weakening the dollar. We are trying to liquidate our debt through inflation. The consequence of what the Fed is doing is a lot more than just CPI. It has to do with malinvestment and people doing the wrong things at the wrong time. Believe me, there is plenty of that. The one thing that Bernanke has not achieved and it frustrates him, I can tell—is he gets no economic growth. He doesn’t do anything with the unemployment numbers. I think the country should have panicked over what the Fed is saying that we have lost control and the only thing we have left is massively creating new money out of thin air, which has not worked before, and is not going to work this time.”

#2 Peter Schiff, CEO Of Euro Pacific Capital
“This is a disastrous monetary policy; it’s kamikaze monetary policy.”

#3 Michael Pento, The Founder Of Pento Portfolio Strategies
“This is the nuclear option for them. This is a never-ending weapon that is being fired at the middle class.”

#4 Donald Trump
“People like me will benefit from this.”

#5 Economist Anthony Randazzo
“Quantitative easing—a fancy term for the Federal Reserve buying securities from predefined financial institutions, such as their investments in federal debt or mortgages—is fundamentally a regressive redistribution program that has been boosting wealth for those already engaged in the financial sector or those who already own homes, but passing little along to the rest of the economy. It is a primary driver of income inequality formed by crony capitalism. And it is hurting prospects for economic growth down the road by promoting malinvestments in the economy.”

#6 John Williams Of
“That’s absolutely nonsense.  The Fed is just propping up the banks.”

#7 Marc Faber
“I happen to believe that eventually we will have a systemic crisis and everything will collapse. But the question is really between here and then. Will everything collapse with Dow Jones 20,000 or 50,000 or 10 million? Mr. Bernanke is a money printer and, believe me, if Mr. Romney wins the election the next Fed chairman will also be a money printer. And so it will go on. The Europeans will print money. The Chinese will print money. Everybody will print money and the purchasing power of paper money will go down.”

#8 Mesirow Financial Chief Economist Diane Swonk
“I think this will end up being a trillion-dollar commitment by the Fed.”

#9 Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke
“I want to be clear — While I think we can make a meaningful and significant contribution to reducing this problem, we can’t solve it. We don’t have tools that are strong enough to solve the unemployment problem.”

#10 Credit Rating Agency Egan-Jones
“[T]he FED’s QE3 will stoke the stock market and commodity prices, but in our opinion will hurt the US economy and, by extension, credit quality. Issuing additional currency and depressing interest rates via the purchasing of MBS does little to raise the real GDP of the US, but does reduce the value of the dollar (because of the increase in money supply), and in turn increase the cost of commodities (see the recent rise in the prices of energy, gold, and other commodities). The increased cost of commodities will pressure profitability of businesses, and increase the costs of consumers thereby reducing consumer purchasing power. Hence, in our opinion QE3 will be detrimental to credit quality for the US….”

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Friday, September 21, 2012

Obama Lied - Osama Bin Laden Died 11 Years Ago

Obama Lied - Osama Bin Laden died 10 years ago [filmed in 2011]


Osama's pictures 'morphed'

Picture of Dead Body of Osama Bin Laden -- Is it Fake

Osama Bin Laden's death in December of 2001

Here is an article titled: "Has Osama Bin Laden been dead for seven years - and are the U.S. and Britain covering it up to continue war on terror?"

Former Deputy Asst. to Secretary of State, Dr. Steve Pieczenik, declares Bin Laden was known to be dead 10 years ago.

Video interview with Dr. Steve Pieczenik

Who Murdered Benazir Bhutto after she spoke in 2007 of Bin Laden's assassination?

Never in history has a man died so many times. I assume this is the last time.

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"Leaked" photos on the Internet were faked:

Created from a frame taken from the film, Black Hawk Down. -- Snopes

A composite created from an image of a live Osama and a photograph of someone else's corpse. -- Snopes

Big Ol Band - It's Stolen and I Know It presents our homage to Stolen Valor. Inspired by LMFAO's Sexy and I know It. Performed by Big Ol Band.

Modern Trapping

Uruguay takes ‘war on drugs’ in new direction: state monopoly over the production and distribution of marijuana


Fun Boy Three - The Lunatics Have Taken Over The Asylum

I see a clinic full of cynics
Who want to twist the peoples' wrist
They're watching every move we make
We're all included on the list

The lunatics have taken over the asylum
The lunatics have taken over the asylum

No nuclear the cowboy told us
And who am i to disagree
'Cos when the madman flips the switch
The nuclear will go for me

The lunatics have taken over the asylum
The lunatics have taken over the asylum

I've seen the faces of starvation
But i just can not see the points
'Cos there's so much food here today
That no one wants to take away

The lunatics have taken over the asylum
The lunatics have taken over the asylum
The lunatics have taken over the asylum - take away my right to choose
The lunatics have taken over the asylum - take away my point of view
The lunatics have taken over the asylum
The lunatics have taken over the asylum - take away my dignity,
Take these things away from me
The lunatics have taken over the asylum
The lunatics have taken over the asylum - take away my family,
Take away the right to speak
The lunatics have taken over the asylum take away my point of view,
Take away my right to choose

Global Systemic Crisis / October 2012: The seven key factors of an unprecedented double shock

LEAP/E2020 maintains its June 2012 Red Alert and estimates that, by the end of October 2012, the global economy will be sucked into a black hole against a backdrop of world geopolitics heated white-hot. Suffice it to say that the coming weeks will, according to our team, carry the planet away in a hurricane of unprecedented crises and conflicts.

GEAB N°67 is available! Global systemic crisis/October 2012 -The global economy sucked into a black hole and world geopolitics heated to white-hot: The seven key factors of an unprecedented double shock

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Solar Storms Rising

Solar forecasters predict the Sun will reach the peak of its eleven year cycle sometime in 2013. Meanwhile, after one of the least active solar minimums on record, the Sun is rising again. Here are some of the highlights captured so far by NASA satellites: powerful X-class flares, flamboyant CMEs, and swirling turbulence on its surface. Our favorite is the "magnificent CME" from August 2012. You can be sure there's more of this to come.

A word to rioting Muslims

We don't care if you're offended, and we never will [be]. Get used to it.

US warns citizens not to travel to Pakistan

Al-Qaeda threatens attacks on US diplomats

US ambassador and three staff killed in film protest

Fatwa issued against "Innocence of Muslims" film producer

Turkish PM thinks Islamophobia is a crime against humanity

Pakistan calls in the army to control riot at US embassy

Pakistan declares holiday in response to prophet film

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Who Pays What Taxes In The US

Drew: And who would've thought... you, an IRS agent.
Joe Black: Death and Taxes.


Tuesday, September 18, 2012


"Ohhh! Right on schedule...[alien wars]! First seen in the data waaaay back in 1999, even before the creation of the SpaceGoatFarts entity, which is chock full of [alien wars] language.

Noting that it is the Pacific basin in the VT article linked below, and the 'timing', what are the 'odds' that the global coastal event of 2013 is the result of a 'response' from the [space aliens], rather than a 'natural occurrence'.

Next up in the [alien wars] temporal marker meme set is [farmers fight off space alien attackers with shotguns and tractors]....coming soon, to a reality near you." -- clif high, Half Past Human
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UFO War: Chinese and US Navy off San Francisco

Full story from Veterans Today:


Gun Sales Hinge on Obama Re-Election


Monday, September 17, 2012

Welcome to The Slingshot Channel!

This is the pilot episode for The Slingshot Channel, a dedicated channel that covers rubber powered launchers in each and every detail.

Jim Rogers Conditions Will Worsen In 2013 & 2014

Extraterrestrial-Like Time Traveler Saves Man From Truck

This is an amazing video showing teleportation by an unknown being (seemingly female figured) with a hood-like jacket "saving" a man on a motor bike from being hit by an oncoming truck..

Notice the video frame by frame, see how the "Angel" being has glowing hands after the teleportation, it's hands in motion as if in "activation" mode then returns the hands back into it's pockets afterwards, it's feet/face also seemingly glowing slightly. And how there are 2 separate circles that appear and then disappear from the 2 areas of teleportation ALONG with the brake marks from the truck!!! Notice the truck driver looking under his truck expecting to find someone but is perplexed... The guy on the motorbike - he is disoriented and has to sit - energies are way too intense. Notice how humble this "being" is and just simply walks away after assisting him...

Do you believe it? A fake? A guardian Angel perhaps?? Some other inter-dimensional being there to assist JUST in the nick of time?? What do you think?? Leave your comments below!

This story was featured on the largest conspiracy site on the web.

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And in Chinese:

The San Fran Fed Asks What People Think Of QE3: The People Respond


UFO Over Diamond Mine In Arctic, Sept 2012: Photo


Sunday, September 16, 2012

World War III: the unthinkable cost of preserving the petrodollar


Saturday, September 15, 2012

Planet X / Nibiru Mystery on New Episode of Scooby Doo

WTF? Now children are being fed this doomsday crap? Hmm... The movie is the message?

The Nibiru cataclysm is a supposed disastrous encounter between the Earth and a large planetary object (either a collision or a near-miss) which certain groups believe will take place in the early 21st century. Believers in this doomsday event usually refer to this object as Planet X or Nibiru. The idea that a planet-sized object could collide with or pass by Earth in the near future is not supported by any scientific evidence and has been rejected as pseudoscience by astronomers and planetary scientists. -- Wikipedia

Friday, September 14, 2012

LIVE UPDATES: Muslim Protests

Is WWIII starting over a stupid movie? -- Sam Bacile's "Innocence of Muslims"

Anti-Islam film protests Live Blog - link

Wikipedia - 2012 U.S. diplomatic missions attacks - link

Muslim Protests: Google Map - link

Hyperinflation is Virtually Assured – John Williams

The Federal Reserve is talking about “unlimited QE,” or money printing, to boost employment.  Economist John Williams says, “That’s absolutely nonsense.  The Fed is just propping up the banks.”  Williams says, “You’re likely going to see a dollar sell-off . . . That should evolve into hyperinflation.”   Williams, “Doesn’t see the current system holding together without hyperinflation beyond 2014.”  He contends the real annual deficit is “$5 trillion per year” and says, “That’s beyond containment.” 
Williams predicts, “Hyperinflation is virtually assured because the Fed doesn’t have any options left.”  Williams says people should get prepared because we are facing a “man-made disaster.”   

Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with John Williams of -- Greg Hunter,

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Clif's Wujo - September 13, 2012 - Earthers are easy!

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E19 - September 13, 2012 - Earthers are easy!- 40+ minutes *those into the 'mysteries of The number' will note the episode number and the subject....entirely planned by universe, not i. Also note this is bound to offend the religious, the nebish, GuLPrz, and tavistock, CFR and Angelina Jolie/Brad Pitt...and most people of 'faith'...fair warning.

Download here. (mp3)

Sorry, 'unexpected bible' by mauro biglino, not 'unexplored', actually though, the 'literal bible'....and it will scare the carp right outta your pond. i need only note 'rauch'. -- clif high, Half Past Human

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Related: Google has responded by “temporarily blocking” the trailer of Sam Bacile's Muhammad movie, "Innocence of Muslims", on YouTube in Egypt and Libya. You can still access it from the States and elsewhere. (But you probably don’t want to. It makes House of Wax look like Oscar material.) -- Full Story: Forbes

LIVE UPDATES: Muslim Protests
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QE to Infinity

There is one big problem with the Fed's announcement of Open-Ended QE moments ago: it effectively removes all future suspense from FOMC announcements. Why? Because the Fed has as of this moment exposed its cards for all to see from here until the moment it has to start tightening the money supply (which may or may not happen; frankly we don't think the Fed tightens until hyperinflation sets in at which point what the Fed does is meaningless). It means easing is now effectively priced into infinity. -- Full Story, Zero Hedge

Straight talk from John Williams, a man you should subscribe to.

Fed Easing Aimed at Propping Banking System, Not Boosting Economy
- CPI and PPI Headline Inflation Highest Since June 2009
- Headline CPI Held at 0.6%, Instead of 1.0%, Due to Intervention Analysis?
- August Year-to-Year Inflation: 1.7% (CPI-U), 1.7% (CPI-W), 9.3% (SGS)
- Retail Sales Showing Consistent Pattern of Overstated Headline Activity Being Revised Lower in Following Month
- Monthly Production and Real Earnings Turn Down

Volcanic Eruption possible near Salton Sea -- San Diego County California


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I don't mean to HAARP, but why is SoCal being tuned in?

Breach of security at 'Fort Knox' of uranium sets off alarms

Y-12  Uranium Processing Facility at  Oak Ridge, Tennessee


The Wartime Kitchen & Garden

The first 2 episodes (in one) of The Wartime Kitchen & Garden. More to follow soon...

Slingshots in the Roman Empire?

All modern slingshots are based on vulcanized rubber. The process was invented in 1839 by Charles Goodyear, so before that invention, rubber wasn't a useable energy storage media for weapons at all.

However, boys will be boys, and so there no doubts was a need for "badass" weapons even in ancient times.

This video looks at the "David" sling and the staff sling, two ancient weapons that can hurl a heavy object with much force. But the accuracy was critical, as the thrower needs a lot of practice to hit the target.

Therefore The Slingshot Channel presents a slingshot that uses hemp rope instead of rubber - a material that was readily available in Roman times. Since hemp is not flexible, bundles of it are used as torsion springs - the rotational force of the twisted stacks are used to swing two poles, with a slingshot pouch attached.

The weapon shoots much like a modern slingshot - but of course it is weak in comparison. However, it can shatter a bottle easily, as shown in the video!

As a bonus, a GoPro camera is shot up in the air with the blunderbuss slingshot crossbow. Some nice photos came out of that attempt!

A "The Slingshot Channel" production.

US Totalitarianism Loses Major Battle As Judge Permanently Blocks NDAA's Military Detention Provision


Unprosecuted Crimes: Charles Ferguson indicts the bankers Eric Holder should

Today's must read:


The award winning documentary 'Inside Job' [2011 | US] by the veteran crusader, Charles Ferguson is the most insightful and illuminating amongst a number of such attempts that deal with the global financial crisis, which is wrecking lives and economies across the world to this day.

The reason is that it successfully challenges the myths and lies surrounding the root causes of the crisis and tells us exactly how and why it happened, in a simple and straightforward way that anyone can understand.

IsuruFoundation® highly recommends this great film to anyone who wants to know why we the public are paying with our lives for the treacherous shenanigans of the filthy rich and the powerful.

To read my review of the film and to rent or to purchase the DVD please go here:

To learn more about the film, please go to:


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'Inside Job' | Charles Ferguson | 2011 | US | © Economic Crisis Film LLC

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