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Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 22:22 on June 30, 2015  

It always goes from one extreme to another doesn’t it? Never a happy medium yeah they probably made a deal out of the Japanese cars I also had a German car but was hard to find people to work on it then with out sscrewing something up. GM was doing well then I remember up to 2004-5 I remember they were giving some people free cruises. They treated their people much better than japan deslite ghe advantages. Japan also wanted things too and sent my mom in 82 there all expense paid for business trip for guess metal lol Things  better then despite it but brain dead Gov always has to find away to screw it up for everyone.

In the future at the rate there bringing people here it may not be the America we know so those jobs are already being taken up and can imagine it will be worse then as well as the population.

ps first time ever got sick being in the sun too long 105 today bla I hope people are keeping their pets inside or at least good shade and lots of cold water and even then risky,

goldielocks @ 19:05

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 21:44 on June 30, 2015  

I’m not against foreign trade, as long as TPTB lets the USA sell or export MORE than it imports. That’s what TPTB did, so China and their masses get higher living standards. More middle class people to buy corporate products and services. Look how we export, lets say $100 worth of high quality Boeings, and IMPORT, $1,000 worth of lead paint toys, can openers, screw drivers, and ratchet sets.

Regarding imported cars? Better gas mileage, reliability, and durability that’s NOT why people bought them. They bought them because that’s what TPTB wanted Americans to do. Like what came first chicken or egg. Better higher quality imported cars are supposed to cost a lot more than a regular US car. Not cheaper or the same.

No US car manufacturer, in 1980, that supplies free health insurance, and a unfair rigged exchange rate, can compete against a foreign producer with a favorable exchange rate that does have to pay to supply health insurance, as the Japanese gov’t provides it

In the beginning, after 1945, TPTB made other countries buy our exports. We had trade surpluses. Even Hitler was importing Model T Fords.

None of this matters anymore, because the “situation” is reversing. Its time for a better USA. Wait until the new trade deal goes thru. It won’t be like the past. USA getting screwed.

The supreme Court just went AGAINST the Environmental Protection Agency attempt to muzzle big energy producers.

TPTB media is also promoting higher wages lately. They are in panic mode, trying to fix USA problems. Forty years from today, the USA will be very well off, but most of us won’t be here.

We took the whole ride down after 1971-1980 era. China right now, is like the USA in 1980. If I was young today, and lived in China? I’d look for gov’t employment, be employed in a gov’t supported industry, like medical space and defense, or own gov’t supported auto and retail stores, buying cheap high quality imports from USA with my strong Yuan dollars.

China will go gradually from surplus to deficits. USA gradually from deficits to surplus.


Posted by silverngold @ 21:21 on June 30, 2015  

What has been seen cannot be unseen!!



Posted by silverngold @ 21:14 on June 30, 2015  

….and remember your liar and chief Obama was one of the actors interviewing the “victims” families of Sandy Hook!!  IMO a complete and total P.O.S. who needs to be included in the lawsuit and have his sorry A$$ impeached for the traitor he is!!


Posted by Buygold @ 21:12 on June 30, 2015  

I’m glad someone filed that lawsuit but you know that it will be immediately dropped right? They own the courts.

I’m beginning to believe that the Charleston shooting was the same gig. Why would the gov’t immediately approve $29 million for the families of Charleston? What do the Feds have to do with an act of God? Did they immediately give money to the families of the Fort Hood shooter?

We live in the matrix.

sng – Remember technique is everything

Posted by commish @ 20:25 on June 30, 2015  

For those who still have doubts!!

Posted by silverngold @ 19:57 on June 30, 2015  

One TRILLION Dollar Lawsuit Filed Against MSM For “Staging Sandy Hook Massacre”


eeos — i think he is 100 now

Posted by WANKA @ 19:19 on June 30, 2015  

jeese another 100 give me a break! his first 100 was bad enough. :mrgreen: best of cheers wj

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 19:05 on June 30, 2015  

Well I’m guilty of owning a foreign car after I noticed them still being on the road longer although too was rising gas prices contributed to foreign cars  as well. I’m not against trade. They can’t buy our stuff if they can’t produce to have the money to do so. They learned that im and after WW11. It just got out of hand.way out of hand. They will never be willing to stop being paid for votes but should be demanded and or have recourse including getting the out and decisions reversed. It’s not as simple as not buying their products like Pharnas for instance, you can try but it has to be a coordinated event.

David Rockefeller

Posted by eeos @ 19:00 on June 30, 2015  

Is a spooky clown. I heard he just got another new heart. He’s on his sixth I believe and he says he feels wonderful and would like to live for 200 years if he can muster it. Oh please save us from the pain.



Margin debt levels are humongous! Check out the charts

Posted by ipso facto @ 18:36 on June 30, 2015  

The investing geniuses who don’t believe in bear markets have borrowed over $500 BILLION against their existing stock holdings. This is the tinder for the coming wildfire. The way it works in the real world is – the market drops 2% to 4%. At the end of the day the margin lender assesses the position of their borrowers. If their collateral (stock holdings) has fallen below an allowable level, they make a margin call. The borrower must come up with cash immediately. Since they are hocked up to their eyeballs, they are forced to sell stock the next day to meet their margin call. The selling creates its own momentum. The selling accelerates and before long you have a crash in progress. It might not happen this week, but it will happen, just as a lightening strike ignites old dry tinder and creates a massive uncontrollable wildfire.

With margin debt at epic levels, the margin calls will be epic. Panic will set in quickly. All of the stock market geniuses will be trying to get out the same door at the same time. Bodies will be piled high at the exits. The 2% decline will not provoke the panic, but another plunge in the 3% to 5% range will create a waterfall effect. We are on the edge of panic. Can Yellen and her central banker cohorts keep the inevitable from happening? We’ll see.


floridagold LOL

Posted by WANKA @ 17:41 on June 30, 2015  

and I the same! toon1l cheers wj

WANKA @ 16:52

Posted by Floridagold @ 17:24 on June 30, 2015  

I would post my thoughts to that in picture form – HOWEVER – then I would have to ban myself for a few weeks.

and now for something completely different!

Posted by WANKA @ 16:52 on June 30, 2015  


Floridagold @ re 15:20 Exactly Right

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:36 on June 30, 2015  

Re your:
“Purely to save the bankers and lenders”. You can also call them the master planners that integrated all the countries gov’ts and financial systems.

Lets lot forget their PRIDE that they are losing, watching their “creation” falling apart. Their “baby”. Its really time for everyone to be happy. 🙂


Posted by Floridagold @ 15:20 on June 30, 2015  

Listening to all these pundits talk about how terrible it is for the Greeks to default – how a YES  vote is needed on Saturday to accept more austerity and taxes and such to make the country stronger.  I call BS on that, it is purely to save the bankers and lenders – nothing more and nothing less.  Of course everyonehere already knows this






Posted by Buygold @ 14:37 on June 30, 2015  

Good stuff from Ackerman.

As for the Consumer confidence, I find it funny that the Consumer Conference Boards’ (as reported by CNBS) rose in June and is in deep contrast to the recent Gallup Poll which found confidence dropping.

The conference board must just be asking the .01%

NEMO @ 12:31

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:47 on June 30, 2015  


Very possible-likely!

Peak earnings and peak consumer confidence are a bull trap

Posted by Richard640 @ 13:28 on June 30, 2015  

Confidence today was in triple digits….the last time it was this high was 2007

I rest my case…

We Are All Athenians…Rick Ackerman today

Posted by Richard640 @ 13:13 on June 30, 2015  

We Are All Athenians…

Updated June 29, 8:50 p.m. EDT

We should watch closely to see how Greece handles its biggest problem — pensions — since the U.S. and Europe are certain to face the same problem eventually. Try to monetize it, which is what I predict the Greek government will do, and you get hyperinflation. Try to pay for it by reducing benefits and increasing taxes, which is what Greece’s creditors are demanding, and you get: 1) instant, ruinous deflation; 2) a plunge into poverty for nearly everyone; and, 3) taxpayer riots that pit the private sector against government employees.

Whatever happens, it will be fascinating to see how Greeks vote next Sunday, when they will be asked to approve or reject creditors’ stringent demands. Leftist parties all over Europe are urging their Greek comrades to hang tough. But then, it’s not French, Irish and Italian socialists who will suffer instant economic deprivation and calamity if Greece tells Belgium to suck eggs. Nor will they be the ones challenged to pay for life’s necessities with drachmas that are going to be spurned by the rest of the world and depreciating by the day, if not by the hour.

An op-ed piece in the Wall Street Journal said Greece’s national identity and its “European dreams” are at stake, but that’s just twaddle. Under the best of circumstances, Greece will be panhandling till the end of time. It can never pay what it owes — not to Europe, not to itself, not to its retirees. The only question is whether Greek voters can grovel sufficiently next Sunday to get Germany to pretend, at least for the time being, that the economy of a deadbeat country can somehow be salvaged. As for the French, Spanish, Portuguese and Italians, they should practice kindness as events unfold, since they will all be belly-up themselves in the not-so-distant future.

To The Ungrateful

Posted by silverngold @ 13:03 on June 30, 2015  

To the ungrateful .... !


Posted by newtogold @ 12:55 on June 30, 2015  

Good point about the pesticides. They kill bugs. Eat enough of it and it will kill a person. That’s the bottom line and the case for eating Organic. Never mind that the the soil that these fruits are farmed are depleted of minerals by the same pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Despite all this when TPP passes, none of this will matter. In the US, we’ll be drowning in the pesticides till death do us part from this world. Not to mention a probable list of horrors that will be perpetrated by the “law” which the multinational corporations will enforce.

Ipso.. 10.35

Posted by NEMO @ 12:31 on June 30, 2015  

Do not link it to the fruit.


Link it to the pesticides!!



This Market Action??

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 11:16 on June 30, 2015  

Its reminding me of a new driver trying to learn on a stick shift car.

goldielocks @ 0:44

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 11:03 on June 30, 2015  

re your…we need to stop them from their getting donations for influencing votes and make it illegal for starts. That and they or their family cannot profit on any laws they make and apply to them as well.

That will never happen. They won’t comply, can’t be enforced. There is only one way to fight these blood sucking anti American corporations. Just don’t buy their stuff. Leave it sit on the shelf. Ask the manager where the USA made article is.

That is how Organic food sections got formed in super markets. No corporations or gov’t laws were needed. Just people smart enough to know what they want. Learned thru social media.

However, there is no social media calls for USA made stuff, because the public is gleefully driving a Honda or Toyota and LOVE them.

Its DUMB!! Its like loving cheaper polluted food. Imports are RAT POISON but its too late now. TPTB are trying to reverse it all for their best interests now.

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