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Re: Auandag – We need to talk about Sandy Hook

Posted by joe12pack @ 22:52 on December 11, 2014  

Yeah they are trying their best to wipe the Internet clean of all copies of this. We will need to turn to Torrent to find a copy in the future if this keeps up.

Here’s a copy that seems to be stable:


re 17:51 Comex Institutes Trading Collars For Precious Metals

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 22:49 on December 11, 2014  

Now this might sound nuts. Maybe because the global economy is so screwed up. BECAUSE of all the old 1913 PTB objectives, mistakes, and trends between 1913-2008 (accumulation of error) has resulted in the long term 98% loss of value and demise of the US Dollar.

If my 2001-2008 reversal prediction, observations are correct now makes sense for the latest PTB central planners to restore the US dollar BACK to its old original value, to create new prosperity in the USA and the rest of the global economy because the present is not working out anymore.

Gold for $35, Silver .92 cents, Houses $5,000, brand new Chevys for $1000 each, gasoline for 10 cents a gallon, less man hours needed to earn a living etc etc. Don’t be surprised if it all happens suddenly. TPTB have to be up to something to allow such big DROPS in adjustments.

Lenny Posner?

Posted by Surveyor @ 22:39 on December 11, 2014  

Lenny  Pozner is all over Google search.

WANKA – Wow good find

Posted by commish @ 22:02 on December 11, 2014  

imagesHere is a photo of Lenny Posner.  He’s the one taking credit for having the SH video taken down. Looks more like Florida than Connecticut in this picture.

WANKA @ 20:30 -Thanks, now I can watch the rest

Posted by Auandag @ 21:57 on December 11, 2014  


Posted by redneckokie1 @ 21:19 on December 11, 2014  

Appears $1220. may hold the retracement. Looks like a bull flag developing.


curious info on the ‘honr network’.

Posted by WANKA @ 21:14 on December 11, 2014  


further info follows from the creator of the video.

Posted by WANKA @ 21:07 on December 11, 2014  


eeos — oops just found it.

Posted by WANKA @ 20:51 on December 11, 2014  


eeos this ‘honr network’

Posted by WANKA @ 20:43 on December 11, 2014  

that notes a copyright infringement is no where to be found on the internet. a dark website? I think I read reciently this ‘honr network’ is quite questionable. who knows a nsa/cia/abs [abs=alpha-bet soup] player. but nevertheless too many ligit questions linger on the sandy hook story. best wj

maybe thr video is copyright infringement

Posted by eeos @ 20:30 on December 11, 2014  

It’s hard to know, and this will just be another crime that will never be solved. did they ever talk about the gunman in the woods in that documentary? And that coroner is certainly a spooky clown. It sure does look weird. I watched part of the video, I wish they could condense a video into a 30 minute layout. it’s hard to give two and a half hours of my time these days

auandag…they haven’t so far been able to interfere with this site.

Posted by WANKA @ 20:30 on December 11, 2014  



The video on Sandy Hook posted by joe12pack @ 3:12 has been pulled again

Posted by Auandag @ 20:02 on December 11, 2014  

I wonder why???????


Posted by goldielocks @ 18:04 on December 11, 2014  

Don’t think there’s too many who’d disagree with you. Maybe you should post it on youtube he might read it. Their purpose or part it’s to draw these kind of cops out to show I there’s what their like. Have to say theirs a lot of bad guys out there though who don’t to need to have guns but this wasn’t the case. Plus if you sue a police dept it’s best to move out of their city though or you will be harassed. That may be fine by yourself but family considerations to protect them from bullies.

goldie thoes bandy bellied bully boys in blue [BBBBB] in magombo speak

Posted by WANKA @ 17:51 on December 11, 2014  

need be removed from the force. PERIOD! set the example. sue the living crap out of the department and those cops personally. they acted like Nazis and this behavior must not be left to stand. the ‘victim’ was very timid. I would have been quite a bit more strident and lay’ed the law down on their oaths that they took to uphold the constitution when they were given their badges and guns and quit acting like freaking Nazis and begin to understand just what their badge and uniform means. and if they cant or wont or refuse call for a citizens arrest and demand in the strongest tones to have their watch commander come to the scene. sue for attempting to destroy evidence of their wrongful behavior violation of civil rights under the constitution and god damned thugery in general. them cops should be ashamed of themselves. wj


Posted by Auandag @ 17:51 on December 11, 2014  

Comex Institutes Trading Collars For Precious Metals

With little fanfare or notice, the CME Group has notified the CFTC that they plan to institute trading collars for Comex precious metals trading. At present, these collars are planned to go into effect on Monday, December 22.

Trading collars or “limits” are certainly not out of the ordinary. In the commodity markets, they have long been in place to limit the daily fluctuations of the grains. In S&P futures, collars have existed for years, brought about in large part by The Crash of 1987.

However, introducing these bands for the precious metals is completely new, as far as I can tell. And you’ll note that these collars are only being implemented now, with prices at their bottoms. Wouldn’t it have been nice to have trading collars in place back on May 1, 2011 or April 15, 2013?

I guess, ultimately, that leads us to the main question:


According to the documents embedded below, gold trading will now halt for five minutes after an intraday move of $100 from the previous close. The same for silver after a move of $3. At the current price levels, we’re talking fluctuations of 8% and 17%, respectively. Those are tremendous price changes and they certainly would seem to be out-of-reach on an intraday basis anyway. So why the sudden rush by the CME to institute the collars? What do they know that we don’t know? What are they afraid of?

Perhaps it’s just as simple as this…We’ve all been waiting for the day when The Banks would be forced to exit the commodity business. By sheer size, The Banks dominate precious metal trading as they cap prices and act as de facto “market makers” in the sector. Without their influence, paper metal would be allowed to freely trade and float based purely upon the whims of the market. Is this day approaching more quickly than we thought? Just two weeks ago, executives from Goldman, MorganStanley and JPMorgan were hauled in front of a U.S. Senate committee and grilled about their “control of physical commodities and related businesses”.  http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-11-20/here-are-highlights-senates-fin…

Could this latest move by the CME Group be a signal that The Banks will soon be forced to exit ALL of the metals and commodities sectors that they currently control? Maybe. We can only hope.



Posted by goldielocks @ 17:45 on December 11, 2014  

On the other side of the gun issue well not the other side exactly here’s a truer funny one.Someone I know was touring the south after visiting her boyfriend in a country band as it has a lot of interesting sites many aren’t aware of. After going through some of the states they were passing through Mo and they saw hay that was rolled instead. One thought that was different they stopped one climbed on one of  the stacks and asked her friend to take a picture of her hanging ten on it.  All of a sudden she heard a click click and saw her friend put her hands up. She turned to see a man standing there with a shot gun. Don’t remember the exact words but was like ” you wouldn’t shoot a woman would you” and ” him replying he will if she don’t get off his property.  She got off his property probably thinking these guys have no sense of humor.

Rick Ackerman

Posted by Richard640 @ 17:42 on December 11, 2014  

Actionable Advice for Friday

$ GCG15 – February Gold(Last:1227.90)

December 11, 2014 5:21 p.m. EST

I’ve established a tracking position with a cost basis reduced by profit-taking to 1186.50. It is tied to an ‘impulsive’ stop-loss at 1215.20, implying traders should exit the position on any plunge that hits that number without an upward b-c correction following a breach of the first labeled low. This would not necessarily signal a resumption of the bear market; it is simply acknowledging that we cannot stick with a long position come hell or high water no matter how much we like gold. The position would still produce a $3000 profit on the stop-out, and we could hope to initiate a new long position as easily as we did this one. Looking just ahead, if the so-far two-day correction is about to end, we should see the futures pop to 1239.70 Thursday night. This would become an odds-on bet once the futures have exceeded the 1231.60 midpoint Hidden Pivot with which that target is associated. A move above 1239.70would further attest to the health of the bull cycle begun on Tuesday from around 1204


Posted by goldielocks @ 17:23 on December 11, 2014  

People need to complain to internal affairs any misconduct. Not that it will help much anymore but will go in their record for future reference as well as considering law suits. These cops were rather scary can see why when they said why do you need to carry a gun he didn’t ask them why they needed to carry a gun. These guys now think the constitution only applies to them or they are under orders to use scare tactics and demeaning comments like your nobody cuz your not a cop so don’t deserve to have a gun on the streets to their disarm Americans agenda Although I can see their concern it’s how they went about it. The fact that they recognized him before so obviously wernt worried about him being a armed fellon they were harnessing him and trying to delete the evidence.


Posted by goldielocks @ 17:04 on December 11, 2014  

That was a weird site. If things weren’t so weird already it might be funny. The self driving car escape was though lol

goldielocks – Now if that story was via NPR

Posted by commish @ 16:17 on December 11, 2014  

toon1p You would have all these LibTards believing it.

more abuse from stupid thoughless cops.

Posted by WANKA @ 16:13 on December 11, 2014  

these guys need be fired for their bullshit and refusal to uphold the constitution of which they swore an oath to. plain and simple! toon2lwj


Posted by goldielocks @ 15:54 on December 11, 2014  

Yeah the same government who swore their illegal surveillance of citizens was only to look for terrorists. Just one unconstitutional step to another. So where’s the elected congress that were supposed to be watching and where’s the list of the ones who voted for this to pass.

Congress Just Passed Legislation Ramping Up Mass Surveillance to Super-Steroid Levels

Posted by Richard640 @ 15:41 on December 11, 2014  

Posted on December 11, 2014 by WashingtonsBlog

Fascist Power Grab Wipes out 4th Amendment

Remember how Americans are overwhelmingly opposed to mass surveillance, and how the government promised to rein in spying on Americans?

Yeah, that never happened …

Instead, Congress snuck a provision into the Intelligence Authorization Act which will ramp up spying on us normal, average, innocent Americans.

Congressman Justin Amash explains:

When I learned that the Intelligence Authorization Act for FY 2015 was being rushed to the floor for a vote—with little debate and only a voice vote expected (i.e., simply declared “passed” with almost nobody in the room)—I asked my legislative staff to quickly review the bill for unusual language. What they discovered is one of the most egregious sections of law I’ve encountered during my time as a representative: Itgrants the executive branch virtually unlimited access to the communications of every American.

On Wednesday afternoon, I went to the House floor to demand a roll call vote on the bill so that everyone’s vote would have to be recorded. I also sent the letter below to every representative.

With more time to spread the word, we would have stopped this bill, which passed 325-100. Thanks to the 99 other representatives—44 Republicans and 55 Democrats—who voted to protect our rights and uphold the Constitution. And thanks to my incredibly talented staff.


Block New Spying on U.S. Citizens: Vote “NO” on H.R. 4681

Dear Colleague:

The intelligence reauthorization bill, which the House will vote on today, contains a troubling new provision that for the first time statutorily authorizes spying on U.S. citizens without legal process.

Last night, the Senate passed an amended version of the intelligence reauthorization bill with a new Sec. 309—one the House never has considered. Sec. 309authorizes “the acquisition, retention, and dissemination” of nonpublic communications, including those to and from U.S. persons. The section contemplates that those private communications of Americans, obtained without a court order, may be transferred to domestic law enforcement for criminal investigations.



Posted by goldielocks @ 15:37 on December 11, 2014  

What’s that link? The if you don’t think theirs enough stupid people in the world read this. Protester accidentally burns down own house. And then Sara Palin’s  comedy relief.  Send the immigrants back across the ocean to Mexico? I’m glad Mr Ferguson wasn’t indicted?? Really??? Lol

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