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goldielocks @ 22:48

Posted by Auandag @ 23:34 on January 1, 2015  

A declining population of young workers means less workers to service pensioners and others in society. Look at Europe, they have no young people so they have brought in immigrant workers and see how well that is working out for them. Young people spend and consume more, which is good for the economy. Look at Japan and the problems they are having. With their birth rate, they will be extinct in 50 years. When I was younger people believed that children were a blessing,  nowadays they are considered a impediment  to having a good lifestyle.


Posted by ment17 @ 22:55 on January 1, 2015  

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Auandag Population implosion

Posted by goldielocks @ 22:48 on January 1, 2015  


This population implosion will soon be recognized as one of the gravest problems facing the future of life, literally, on the planet.

Gravest problems for whom?  The over expanded Gov and their pay checks, the multi nationals. Certainly not for everyone else as well as school class numbers, costs for everyday things they need, hospital waiting rooms, quality of life, housing and wages. Since when is a smaller population a problem unless it’s a food source for a predator who depends on it for their survival. So in minority gov terms it’s crisis to everyone else it represents a better quality of life IMO Its not like they won’t have mismanaged and spent peoples social programs  by then, it will be gone anyways because they spend it. They will be forced to reorganize stop spending social security, stop forcing central banks to fund  non essential things including to non citizens and stop expanding and contract gov and tax dependent growth and maybe find other solutions than killing people instead of looking at them as expendable for an agenda.


Posted by goldielocks @ 22:26 on January 1, 2015  

I’m not surprised but will be interesting to see what it has to say. By summer I wouldn’t be surprised if the topic of interest rates starts to rise again. It boggles my mind how they are trying to protect the banks who didn’t not lend to the people but profited off the disaster they caused as well as insider congress or their families by keeping the money and buying up private and public  equities at a discount to sell them while the economy struggled because of them. Alan Greenspan pointed out it is congress who directs the Fed and is not really a Independant so  Who is the man ” people” behind the curtain? Everything they do makes a further mess.

Hi Margaret



Same stuff, different year

Posted by Buygold @ 21:38 on January 1, 2015  

24 hr gold chart

goldilocks @ 17:33

Posted by Moggy @ 21:38 on January 1, 2015  

Yes, goldi, the star (planet) positions tell quite a story…but I don’t want to put a crimp in New Year’s Day.  I’ll post an essay tomorrow.

Dogsled got us back to the igloo in one piece…listening to a lot of Eagles lately. Reminded me of Fingers Felder 2015 recommendation of Gold, Silver and Lead.

Posted by macroman3 @ 21:19 on January 1, 2015  

Happy New Year all

Happy New Year Everyone. Hope it’s a better one than the last.

Posted by margaret @ 20:20 on January 1, 2015  

silverngold @18:29 – Alston Energy Director on AirAsia

Posted by commish @ 19:56 on January 1, 2015  

12ef1ad1e7Very Interesting.  Of course you didn’t hear a peep about this on the MSM.  Sad part is that he had his 2 year old daughter with him.

World Overpopulation-Hold on Buddyworld

Posted by Auandag @ 19:04 on January 1, 2015  

The mainstream media that has been controlled by Rockefellers and their eugenics-loving very rich and very loveless friends for decades, pumped us full of the myth that the world was a human “population bomb” as the title of a lying book by Paul Ehrlich, The Population Bomb, in the time of the Vietnam War in the early 1970’s. In his book, published in 1970, Ehrlich argued, “We are going to have to adopt some very tough foreign policy positions…We must use our political power to push other countries into programs which combine agricultural development and population control.”

Population Implosion

There’s only one problem with their grand strategy of convincing us of an over-population danger. The world is facing, not a population bomb, but a population implosion, a collapse of the human species.

Some statistics are in order. It is well established, given average life-spans, death rates, that an average 2.1 live births per woman are required to maintain population equilibrium. A recent study looks at live birth rates around the world. The results are shocking perhaps to some.

In Germany, the birthrate has sunk to just 1.36, worse even than low-fertility Spain (1.48) and Italy (1.4). Western Europe as a whole will most likely shrink from 460 million to just 350 million by the end of the century. And barring dramatic reversal of the foolish One (sometimes Two) Child Policy, China’s population will be reduced in half.

Even the USA where a large immigrant Hispanic population immigration has kept birth rates higher, is now facing reduction. A Pew Research Center report found that immigrant births fell from 102 per 1,000 women in 2007 to 87.8 per 1,000 in 2012, to bring the overall US birthrate to a mere 64 per 1,000 women—not enough to sustain current population. Europe, in short, is dying off, China and Russia, and the United States as well.

Yes, some might argue, but the over-population bomb is in the developing world, in Africa, India, Latin America…

Not so.

The poor, highly fertile countries of the developing world, in part thanks to the Rockefellers and their loveless friends, are no longer reproducing as before. From 1960 to 2009, Mexico’s fertility rate plunged from 7.3 live births per woman to 2.4. India’s dropped from 6 to 2.5, and Brazil’s fell from 6.15 to 1.9. Even in sub-Saharan Africa, where the average birthrate remains a relatively high 4.66, fertility is falling and is projected to fall below replacement level by the 2070s. This change in developing countries will affect not only the U.S. population, of course, but eventually the world’s.

This population implosion will soon be recognized as one of the gravest problems facing the future of life, literally, on the planet.


floridagold “before it slides into complete oblivion (by both viewers and advertisers).”

Posted by WANKA @ 18:30 on January 1, 2015  

it couldn’t happen to a more deserving network!  toon2j'wj

AirAsia Bombshell?? Seems to have some legs!!

Posted by silverngold @ 18:29 on January 1, 2015  

Happy New Year CNBC

Posted by Floridagold @ 17:47 on January 1, 2015  

For CNBC, 2014 Was The Worst. Year. Ever.

Another year of putting lipstick on the zombie known as the global economy, kept walking only thanks to $11 trillion in liquidity injections by the world’s central banks and tens of trillions of new Chinese credit created out of thin air and promptly misallocated and embezzled, and the results are in. The bottom line: according to Nielsen, is that despite the S&P recording a whopping 53 all time highs, and the Dow rising over 18,000, the channel that was once must watch financial TV for mom and pop, and has since devolved into endless cheerleading of failed policies and rigged markets, namely CNBC, just suffered its worst year in, well, ever.

But don’t worry: the “retail investor” who has now fully given up on the “market”, will surely be back this year, and with it CNBC’s ratings.

In the meantime, here are the facts:

  • CNBC’s Total Business Day segment (M-F 9:30a-5p), just delivered its lowest rated year since 1995 with P2+ and delivered its lowest rated year ever since 1992 with the 25-54 demographic

Program Highlights 2014

  • Squawk Box delivered its lowest rated year ever with both total viewers and the 25-54 demo
  • Squawk on the Street delivered its lowest rated year ever with both total viewers and the 25-54 demo
  • Fast Money/Halftime Report delivered its lowest rated year ever with both total viewers and the 25-54 demo
  • Power Lunch delivered its lowest rated year ever with both total viewers and the 25-54 demo
  • Street Signs delivered its lowest rated year ever with both total viewers and the 25-54 demo
  • Closing Bell (3p-5p) delivered  its lowest rated year ever with both total viewers and the 25-54 demo
  • Fast Money delivered its lowest rated year ever with total viewers and its 2nd lowest rated year ever with the 25-54 demo (lowest rated year ever is 2013)
  • Mad Money delivered its 2nd lowest rated year ever with total viewers (lowest rated year is 2013) and its lowest rated year ever with the 25-54 demo

Finally, one wonders if without the Fed and other central banks, the real S&P500 wouldn’t look like the chart of CNBC’s Nielsen ratings…

How ironic, then, that another market crash is precisely what CNBC needs to regain its audience before it slides into complete oblivion (by both viewers and advertisers).

Source: Nielsen


Posted by goldielocks @ 17:33 on January 1, 2015  

Yeah safe to come out and gather your supplies for next winter, could be a cold one of your fiat stops.

Moggy, does the stars have any predictions for this year?

Maya @ 14:34 My goldtoad does not think it is safe to come out yet.

Posted by Equisetum @ 16:15 on January 1, 2015  


Happy New Year

Posted by winedoc @ 16:13 on January 1, 2015  

gold_1_year_o_b_cad gold_1_year_o_b_usd

In Canadian Dollar Terms, it wasn’t such a bad year.

The Oil Patch Workers in Alberta are starting to get the “Shivers”

??  Got Gold

Best of 2015 from the Great White North



Posted by Auandag @ 16:02 on January 1, 2015  

Remember when Sinclair said gold was supposed to go to $5000 a few summers ago. Didn’t happen. Peter Schiff has been predicting higher interest rates for years. Didn’t happen. Remember peak oil and $200 a barrel. Remember the DOW falling to 5000. Remember all the pundits calling for a collapsing $US. I readily admit, these guys are all smarter than me, so what happened. I believe that Rob Kirby had it all pegged. He said that all markets are completely controlled and managed through the use of derivatives. We all believed that when they run out of bullion, the game will be over, but will it? Jim Willie claims that the COMEX has been out of gold for over two years and yet the price of PMs goes nowhere.
Its all a giant ponzi scheme and when they run out of new suckers,  the game ends or so it is claimed. Yet this ponzi scheme will never run out of new suckers because the new suckers are not warm bodies, but electronic dollars. In the not to distant past it was believed that when the debt was unpayable, then the jig was up. But right now the debt is so large that it is unpayable, yet the markets keep trucking along. So what is stopping them from printing forever? Nothing. The economic pie doesn’t change in size, but your share does and its not bigger. So where does this all end? I don’t know but it doesn’t look good. Look around you, the masses haven’t caught on yet. When they do it may be too late. Some people say I am a doomer and maybe they are right. I hope I am wrong  for all our sakes. I remember as a child in school being taught the bible and finding some of the stories hard to believe. What I see go on now makes them seem tame in comparison. I wish to take this opportunity to wish everybody here at the tent a Safe and Happy New Year!

Is it safe to come out yet?

Posted by Maya @ 14:34 on January 1, 2015  


Looking back in time.

Posted by goldielocks @ 14:26 on January 1, 2015  

We may look at the world we grew up in as much different than today. Was just having a discussion about what brain dead things are on TV or agendas if you want to even call them agendas compared to what we grew up with.

Come to think of it in our days if you remember although some grew past some I was growing up into behind you or some behind us but a lot of stuff on spy’s. Spy shows or battling the bad foreign Marxist plots against freedom.
Including cartoons like Rocky and Bullwinkle and their Counter spy’s.
My how things have changed.
Now it’s us dealing with our own gov turning Marxist and spying on everyone.

New Jersey WTXT Radio

Posted by Portugeezer @ 14:05 on January 1, 2015  

Did any of you hear my ex partner Donny doing his Frank Sinatra show?

Last Monday.  He and a musician firend were on.

Donny has applied for his first passport and is coming over here early this year.

Silly I know, but I am excited.  When I met him he had never sung on a stage.  If you get a chance, please go see him and tell him to get over here to Portugal.




Happy Birthday World

Posted by goldielocks @ 13:25 on January 1, 2015  

imageMay we have a good grip on things to come with the precarious position we are all in now.

Posted by WANKA @ 12:43 on January 1, 2015  



Happy New Year

Posted by goldielocks @ 12:18 on January 1, 2015  

Hope 2015 and going forward is better than years of past. Respect and memories of the ones who left us behind and the gifts of wisdom they left for us on our journey. May the path of the future not be met with too many boulders that are not to big to overcome and if some should be too high we have a plan B.

woe compilation of 2014……

Posted by WANKA @ 11:29 on January 1, 2015  


a good interview with embry starting out the new year folks. many happys for 2015

Posted by WANKA @ 11:14 on January 1, 2015  


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