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The Future Is Here Today

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 22:29 on July 12, 2015  

We really have to give credit to the bankers, and all the excessive money creation. Because of that 100 year debt creation process after 1913, of growing credit limits. Or excessive artificial money creation, we now have things today, that would NOT be here yet, with a normal “real money” system. Like the system from 1492 to 1913.

Things like space shuttles, cell phones, moon landings, roads, bridges, medical procedures, and modern drugs, commercial air travel for common people, etc etc. Those things would probably come 50 to 100 years later, without creating money out of thin air to “make it all happen” too early. The entire system is now, way ahead of itself.

Below, part of a thought provoking article on Sinclair’s site:
“Look at what China has done? They have overcapacity everywhere. They have unused plant, equipment, machining capability, housing and infrastructure …but guess what? IT IS ALL NEW!!! Now let’s make a comparison to the U.S., the only thing we have that’s new are a bunch of McMansions built all over the place. We have little capacity to produce anything. Our roads, bridges and mass transit systems are all old and in many cases in disrepair. Our “grid” is a century old and at risk of being taken down by an EMP.”

Re the Chinese, they are wealthy now, love to gamble, and after losing, still have plenty left over. Re the excess over building of cities, all they have to do, is allow their population to have four kids each couple, instead of one, and they won’t have a shortage of housing factories etc. Grow into the situation.

Note: Widely held opinions are generally wrong. The future is always a surprise. By the time the masses acknowledge a trend, its about to change, or the way I call it, go into reverse.

Staged ISIS Beheading

Posted by silverngold @ 20:00 on July 12, 2015  

Staged ISIS Beheading Video Hacked from McCain Staffer


Posted by Buygold @ 19:13 on July 12, 2015  

Greece, PM’s everything


Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 18:37 on July 12, 2015  



The gold and silver train, pausing here to take on fuel. We’ll be running back up the line shortly. All aboard?




Posted by Floridagold @ 18:31 on July 12, 2015  


commish….and gold opens!!!!!

Posted by Buygold @ 18:11 on July 12, 2015  


and the nightmare continues

Somewhere over the rainbow

Posted by commish @ 17:39 on July 12, 2015  

f0f5058422 where birds fly…

Never thought I’d so it but Trump says all the right things

Posted by Buygold @ 15:38 on July 12, 2015  

Not crazy about what he says so much about foreign policy but….Mr. Copper should love him. 🙂

A bad deal is worse than no deal

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:21 on July 12, 2015  

Iran announcement planned Monday

VIENNA (AP) — Negotiators at the Iran nuclear talks plan to announce Monday that they’ve reached a historic deal capping nearly a decade of diplomacy that would curb the country’s atomic program in return for sanctions relief, two diplomats told The Associated Press on Sunday.

The envoys said a provisional agreement may be reached even earlier — by late Sunday. But they cautioned that final details of the pact were still being worked out. Once it is complete, a formal, final agreement would be open to review by officials in the capitals of Iran and the six world powers at the talks, they said.

Senior U.S. and Iranian officials suggested, however, there might not be enough time to reach a deal by the end of Sunday and that the drafting of documents could bleed into Monday.


Food For Thought!!

Posted by silverngold @ 10:37 on July 12, 2015  

Was this posted??

Posted by silverngold @ 10:27 on July 12, 2015  

A List of Companies was handed out on Floor of NYSE BEFORE trading began–CNN then pulls story 5 hours later!! Very Suspicious

Don’t waste a good crisis.

Posted by Portugeezer @ 10:00 on July 12, 2015  

When do you think this was said?  Bush after 911?

After the attack,   Mr xxxxxxxxxxxxxx   confessed that “my first feeling was of relief … that a crisis had come in a way which would unite all our people.”



Tsipras gets hosed – the banksters want even more.

Posted by Buygold @ 9:36 on July 12, 2015  

“And why Greek hatred, focusing on the Germans for so long, now may have a new target: the pragmatic, efficient country of Finladn: “We don’t consider the Greek proposal at all sufficient for starting negotiations. Much must happen in order to advance. The Finnish government is unanimous on its stance on Greece.



Trumped up. Communist propaganda (MSM) at its worst.

Posted by Scruffy @ 9:05 on July 12, 2015  

Did you know that in the state of Texas alone over the last few years, nearly a thousand illegal aliens have been convicted of sex crimes against children?

Of course you didn’t. The media has covered these horrors up for years, and even after Donald Trump dared reveal these horrors, the rape-deniers in the media continue to cover them up. The media is covering up all kinds of horrific statistic regarding illegal aliens. Before we get to those, let’s start with why.

To Democrats and their media allies, a few hundred raped children a year is seen as a small price to pay for the political benefits that come with an unsecure border. Mexicans vote 3-to-1 for Democrats. Now to Trump specifically…

We are currently entering week four of the mainstream media asking Donald Trump the same immigration questions over and over and over again. This is the media’s Todd Akin Playbook. If you remember in 2012, an obscure Senate candidate said something stupid about rape during the presidential campaign. Immediately, every Republican on the planet and the RNC distanced themselves from this lunacy, but the media made sure that didn’t matter.

The media knew they had an issue that would damage the GOP with women voters, so for months, solely to benefit Barack Obama, the media used whatever means it could to keep that non-story big and loud. The Todd Akin Playbook also distracted from Barack Obama’s and Hillary Clinton’s serial lies about Benghazi

The media want Hillary Clinton to become president in 2016, and this phony Trump frenzy helps her in three ways. First, it distracts from the legitimate scandals surrounding her Nixon-ing thousands of her own emails and using the Clinton Foundation and her role as Secretary of State as an ATM. Second, it hurts the GOP with Hispanics. Third, it makes the GOP look like no one’s in charge, no adults — and therefore not ready to lead.

That’s the Todd Akin Playbook.

There is, however, a big difference between Akin and Trump –Trump is right on the facts. Illegal immigrants are a huge problem in this country. The stats, what few we have of them, bear this out. And the victims are both Americans and legal immigrants.

On top of the crime, the price tag for American and legal immigrant taxpayers is astronomical — something that undermines the standard of living for those of us naïve enough to follow the rules.

Thus far, Trump has done a spectacular job of changing the debate on illegal immigration to exactly where it should be. As the Democrats and their media allies call for amnesty and cowardly, weak-kneed Republicans go along rather than fight, on behalf of citizens and legal immigrants alike, we must debate the havoc caused by illegals. And we must do it based on the facts.

Unlike all the other 12 GOP presidential candidates, Trump has single-handedly seized the debate, changed the focus of the conversation, and earned a national spotlight.

Note; The full article is rather interesting with a few actual facts that MSM will not ever publish.


Oblabla and cary are complete incompetents

Posted by Scruffy @ 8:16 on July 12, 2015  

The question is not whether Iran can be trusted to uphold the nuclear deal now being negotiated in Vienna (it can’t), but whether the Obama administration and its P5+1 partners can be trusted to punish Iran when it violates the agreement? 

Experience shows that unless Iran violates the deal egregiously, the temptation will be to ignore it. For instance, Iran got away with selling more oil than it should have under the interim agreement. More ominously, Tehran repeatedly pushed the envelope on technical aspects of the agreement—such as caps on its uranium stockpile—and got away with it. The Obama administration and other Western powers have so much invested in their diplomatic efforts that they’ll deny such violations ever occurred.

More evidence of Iranian violations has now surfaced. Two reports regarding Iran’s attempts to illicitly and clandestinely procure technology for its nuclear and ballistic missile programs have recently been published. They show that Iran’s procurement continues apace, if not faster than before the Joint Plan of Action was signed in November 2013. But fear of potentially embarrassing negotiators and derailing negotiations has made some states reluctant to report Tehran’s illegal efforts. If these countries have hesitated to expose Iran during the negotiations, it is more likely they will refrain from reporting after a deal is struck.

The first report was released last month by the U.N. panel of experts in charge of reporting compliance with U.N. Security Council resolutions regarding Iran. The panel noted that U.N. member states had not reported significant violations of U.N. sanctions and speculated as to why: either Iran was complying, or countries did not wish to interfere with negotiations.

The second report, released last week by Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, is less ambiguous. The agency, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, confirmed to us that Iran continues to seek illicit technology for its nuclear and ballistic missiles programs.

Iran has had a long history of trying to obtain nuclear technology from German companies, particularly by seeking ways to transport merchandise in circumvention of international sanctions. Since November 2013, Tehran has sought industry computers, high-speed cameras, cable fiber, and pumps for its nuclear and missile program. It appears that Iran’s readiness to negotiate does not reflect any substantive policy change. Rather, it is a diplomatic tactic retreat forced by economic distress, not a strategic rethinking of its priorities.

Iran’s cheating should give Western negotiators additional resolve to impose ironclad guarantees in the agreement. They should compel Iran to reveal its past activities, including its post-JPOA procurement efforts, and impose tough, intrusive, “anytime, anywhere” inspections before sanctions are suspended, let alone lifted.

Instead, the lack of reporting to the U.N. despite evidence of cheating suggests a lack of resolve on the part of Western nations, and their willingness to downplay all but the most egregious violations. This does not bode well for the future. If Western powers are reluctant to penalize Iran for trying to evade sanctions because they’re afraid of spoiling the negotiations, what will happen in the future when Western powers have even more invested in preserving an agreement?


Auandag @ 19:25

Posted by Scruffy @ 0:25 on July 12, 2015  

The comment was really taken out of context. It was meant to point out that too many people, who want full time jobs, are forced to take part time employment because of Obumer care and the shitty economy.


But liberal press is not known for accuracy or truth.

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