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Predictions

Posted by Ororeef @ 23:09 on February 28, 2016  

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Predictions, Short Term, Few days

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 22:21 on February 28, 2016  

Ok, for practice, below, short term predictions. 1-3 days.

Dow 16,585, lower tomorrow.

U.S. Dollar Index at 98, lower tomorrow.

Gold, $1226, higher tomorrow.

Crude Oil, a tough one, $33 now, as a shear guess, lower tomorrow.

Posted by Auandag @ 21:38 on February 28, 2016  

“To me the story is the crowd,” Fox & Friends host and Army National Guard veteran Pete Hegseth said Saturday. “This guy stands up (and) said ‘I’m a Marine. I’ve done two tours in Iraq’ — You go to a Republican rally, tell it like it is, the crowd erupts in applause for the Marine and says ‘thank you for your service this is fantastic,’ instead silence, crickets (at the Clinton rally).”

“It shows you we’ve got two very different electorates that look very differently towards that service.”

Watch the encounter below.

http://www.prisonplanet.com/shocking-video-us-marine-booed-removed-from-clinton-rally-for-asking-legitimate-question.html

The RACIST CARD being played by the Republicans

Posted by Ororeef @ 20:03 on February 28, 2016  

They asked Trump “did you know David DUKE endorsed you “? His quick answer was I disavow it…..He was on to them  ….

Next day… you didnt disavow him today does that mean you welcome  him !   Here it comes…… the Republicans have decided that if they cant beat Trump that its in their interest to see Hillary win !    THat way then its  back to Club members only  .establish members only !

Thats why Romney brought up this TAX return business  …What the hell does Romney care  whats in Trumps TAX return ?He’s a Republican too aint he ?  Apparently Romney dosent think of Trump as a Republican ..and that LIBERAL BOSTON GANG has decided to do a Number on Trump because they think they are losing  control of the Republican Party.    Sombody got to DAVID DUKE and must have offered him a LOT OF MONEY to PUBLICLY endorse Trump…   YEAH its a FALSE FLAG   operation !

Foreclosure rights from a “public” article from Turd

Posted by newtogold @ 19:27 on February 28, 2016  

http://www.tfmetalsreport.com/blog/7468/show-me-note-california-supreme-court-update-yvanova-v-new-century-mortgage

 

Portugeezer

Posted by Buygold @ 18:30 on February 28, 2016  

Thanks for pointing that out. I will dig up Silverngold’s video. The whole Hitler history is a lie that’s been fed to us by the MSM and Hollywood here in the west. Every last bit of it.

I’d love to see a movie about the slaughter of 500K Germans in Dresden, or the slaughter of 10’s of millions of Russian Christians in the early 1900’s, OR the present day slaughter and open air imprisonment of Palestinians.

You’ll never hear those stories told here in the west. EVER.

Did anybody actually watch the Adolf Hitler story posted by SilvernGold?

Posted by Portugeezer @ 18:16 on February 28, 2016  

Very strange.  He did an “Iceland”.  Came back from bankruptcy without the aid of the big bankers.

Did it by using only German material.

Put 6 million people back to work in a two year period.

Did it by totally reducing imports.  Mr Copper would have been proud of him up to that point.

I have never had a good word to say for Hitler, but if his problem was the bankers, just think about the USA for a minute.

The bankers ruined Germany by reducing the Money supply.

What are they going to do to the US over the next few months?  Negative interest rates is deflating the Money supply, by definition.

What will you do when the US is in the same state as Germany was after WWI and their Gold was stolen?

The Gold will not be stolen from the USA, but there just won’t be any, you know why.

Who will get the country back on its feet?  Certainly not billary; may she rot with the bankers.

Just thinking out loud.  Rich

Borrowed money is scared money

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:49 on February 28, 2016  

Contraction Of Credit… Central Bankers Greatest Fear!

By Bill Holter

Just a short comment on a VERY BIG problem! The below chart shows “margin” balance on the NYSE with an inverted chart of the S+P 500 laid over it.

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continues http://news.goldseek.com/GoldSeek/1456672380.php

a better alternative might be a 2000 gallon septic tank

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:15 on February 28, 2016  

How This Man Converted “Underground Shelter Using a 20 Ft. Shipping Container”

http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/how-this-man-converted-underground-shelter-using-a-20-ft-shipping-container_02242016

samb all in all its actually worth

Posted by WANKA @ 17:13 on February 28, 2016  

a paper paper paper ‘clip’ no no no not 3 paper clips just 1….and not a large one either 0001000001 :mrgreen: wj

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 17:07 on February 28, 2016  

WHERE’S the plan to pay back what they borrowed?!?!?! Yes even Armstrong mentions that here which is behind the outsourcing. It doesn’t negate the fact like everything else from these play it by ear hand to mouth clueless politicians faking the fact that they know what their doing have been mismanaging and stealing ” borrowing” from SS as well. WHERE WAS THE PLAN TO PAY BACK WHAT WAS BORROWED AND WITH INTEREST??!!?? With no plan to pay it back its THEFT then have the audacity to say it’s going broke. GDP declines with Gov expansion. Armstrong The OECD has done studies but nobody ever pays attention. Any way you cut it, the larger the share of the economy consumed by the government, the lower the economic growth. So the sublime fool never looks at the data and simply regurgitates the same socialist propaganda into infinity. They live in a state of total denial simply because the core of their position is sheer material jealousy. They justify robbing other people because they lack the wealth they wish they had. It is just a question of greed. https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/armstrongeconomics101/basic-concepts/gdp-declines-when-govt-grows-this-is-basic-common-sense/ Regan: Instead of being a proud day for America, April 20, 1983, has become a day of shame. The Social Security Amendments of 1983 laid the foundation for 30-years of federal embezzlement of Social Security money in order to use the money to pay for wars, tax cuts and other government programs. The payroll tax hike of 1983 generated a total of $2.7 trillion in surplus Social Security revenue. This surplus revenue was supposed to be saved and invested in marketable U.S. Treasury bonds that would be held in the trust fund until the baby boomers began to retire in about 2010. But not one dime of that money went to Social Security. The 1983 legislation was sold to the public, and to the Congress, as a long-term fix for Social Security. The payroll tax hike was designed to generate large Social Security surpluses for 30 years, which would be set aside to cover the increased cost of paying benefits when the boomers retired. Let’s have a look at the events leading up to this proposal. Reagan and the government had big financial problems. Supply-side economics was not working like Reagan had promised. Instead of the lower tax rates generating more revenue as the supply-siders claimed would happen, there was a dramatic drop in revenue. Something had to be done, so Ronald Reagan set for himself a new mission. He would have to figure out a way to get the additional revenue he needed from another source. The mechanism, which allowed the government to transfer $2.7 trillion from the Social Security fund to the general fund over a 30-year period, was the brainchild of President Ronald Reagan and his advisers, especially Alan Greenspan. Greenspan played a key role in convincing Congress and the public to support a hike in the payroll tax. A few years later, Reagan appointed Greenspan to become Chairman of the Federal Reserve System. Since Greenspan’s new job was one of the most coveted positions in Washington, many observers have wondered whether or not this appointment represented, at least in part, payback for the role Greenspan had played in making vast sums of new revenue available to the government. more http://www.fedsmith.com/2013/10/11/ronald-reagan-and-the-great-social-security-heist/#sthash.WJ9lXwjo.dpuf

 

George Bush SPENT EVERY DIME OF SS surplus! Did George W. Bush ‘borrow’ from Social Security to fund the war in Iraq and tax cuts? By Linda Qiu on Monday, August 3rd, 2015 at 1:27 p.m. Evoke George W. Bush, his income tax cuts and the war in Iraq, and you’re sure to arouse some liberal ire. Suggest that Bush financed those projects by plundering Social Security’s retirement coffers, and you’ve got yourself a popular meme. “Next time a Republican tells you that ‘Social Security is broke,’ remind them that Pres. Bush ‘borrowed’ $1.37 trillion of Social Security surplus revenue to pay for his tax cuts for the rich and his war in Iraq and never paid it back,” reads one version of the meme, which appeared on the Facebook pages of Occupy Democrats and Americans Against the Republican Party. A number of readers asked us to check out the claim, so we decided to take a look. The meme seems to extrapolate a point made in a 2009 newsletter post by Allen W. Smith, a professor of economics emeritus from Eastern Illinois University. “Bush spent every dime of Social Security surplus revenue that came in during his presidency. He used it to fund his big tax cuts for the rich, and much of it was spent on wars,” Smith wrote. The meme’s claim and Smith’s argument circle back to how Social Security funds are managed. Experts say words like “borrow” and “raid” don’t really capture how the system works. Bonds, ‘borrowing,’ and Bush For about 50 years, Social Security was a “pay-as-you-go” system, meaning annual payroll taxes pretty much covered that year’s benefits checks. Then in 1982, President Ronald Reagan enacted a payroll tax hike to prepare for the impending surge of retiring baby boomers, and a surplus began to build. By law, the U.S. Treasury is required to take the surplus and, in exchange, issue interest-accruing bonds to the Social Security trust funds. The Treasury, meanwhile, uses the cash to fund government expenses, though it has to repay the bonds whenever the Social Security commissioner wants to redeem them. More http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2015/aug/03/facebook-posts/did-george-w-bush-borrow-social-security-fund-war-/

 

One sticking point for conservatives in the latest budget deal is that it effectively robs money from an already ailing Social Security to make up for shortages in an all-but-broke and failing Disability Insurance program. The problem begins here, as pointed out by Gail Buckner at Fox Business in July of this year. Fast-forward to today and Congress is doing precisely what it has done in the past: using accounting gimmicks to transfer dollars without solving, in the case, the real problems behind disability funding. Instead of doing its job and being financially responsible, presumably, some later generation will be left holding that bag. Disability Fund is Hurting The Trustees did not change their outlook for the Social Security fund that pays Disability Insurance benefits, which has been on life support for years. The DI Trust Fund will run out of money sometime next year. Given the fact that this would result in an immediate 20% cut in benefits, this is one aspect of the report that might actually spur Congress to act. Oh they acted all right, unfortunately, the same way as they have in the past. None-the less, when this situation has arisen in the past, Congress simply ordered the Social Security Administration to shift money out of the Retirement Trust Fund and into the Disability fund. That above is precisely what Congress and the White House are about to do again, as Daniel Horowitz notes at Conservative Review: Now, with the DI program expected to face a 19% shortfall next year, Obama and Republicans plan to “borrow” the needed funds from the main Social Security program to make up for the shortfall. After all, the old-age benefits trust fund will only face insolvency in 2033 so there is time to kick the can down the road. I guess they figure that once we are diverting $141 billion from the original purpose of the program, why not throw in an extra $30 billion? Who will be harmed most by these policies? As Mark Levin noted in his book, Plunder and Deceit (p.44), “the rising generation and generations unborn are harmed most by these practices, particularly with massive generational transfer payments and debt accumulation.” Additional information on this precise problem with the latest D.C. backroom deal that fails to resolve genuine problems facing America, merely kicking the can down the road so Congress and Obama can go play golf on the taxpayer’s dime, can be found here via The Daily Signal. Budget Deal Kicks the Can on Disability Insurance, Robs $150 Billion from Social Security More http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/10/27/budget-deal-robs-social-security-pay-disability/

Social Security

Posted by Samb @ 16:45 on February 28, 2016  

Has a two Trillion dollar surplus…but since LBJ, it is in the form of Gov’t IOU’s.  To make it even worse, in the old days each dollar was worth a silver dollar which today is worth 20x a paper dollar.

Mr. Copper

Posted by Buygold @ 15:52 on February 28, 2016  

Would you be in favor of means testing for Social Security? i.e. someone with retirement income of say $500K or more? to shore up the broken program?

I mean why should Wanka with his talking parrot and millions get SS? Just kidding Wanks, if there’s anyone that worked their ass off and who deserves SS it’s YOU. toon1l

 

Maybe we should lower the means testing on Gov’t employees like firemen and lifeguards in CA. that retire at 45 with $250K a year in retirement and healthcare benefits, and then continue working? Or what about the congress critters?

There’s a lot of low hanging fruit that could help shore up the SS system. Just sayin’

Don’t disagree with you about the import/export failures but that’s why we want Trump right?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quebec’s proposed long-gun registry facing fight from galvanized gun lobby

Posted by ipso facto @ 15:26 on February 28, 2016  

Quebec’s bid to create a provincial long-gun registry — seemingly a given not long ago — is being met by grassroots opposition from those who want the government to abandon the initiative.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/quebec-long-gun-registry-gun-lobby-fight-1.3468180

and Hillary endorses this ! with Pride ! She is ignorant and PROUD of it !

Posted by Ororeef @ 14:53 on February 28, 2016  

 

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Goldi re Re Christie was the only one saying the country is going broke and Social Security has to be overhauled.

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:28 on February 28, 2016  

The country is going broke so adjust Sos Sec?? What idiotic nonsense that is. The problem of going broke needs to be addressed. We have gone broke gradually because we IMPORT more than we EXPORT.

All those foreign made products we stare at every day? Especially cars? Picture or imagine the dollar value. That’s how much money left the country. $500 billion each year goes to China…And someone (bozo) recommends we bite the bullet?? And accept less?

Watch out for when you turn 68

Posted by commish @ 14:27 on February 28, 2016  

Bad number.  They bury you  6 feet deep in a coffin that’s 8 feet long.

Mr. Copper’s Retirement Plan From 1965

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:21 on February 28, 2016  

Because absolutely no one knows when they will drop dead? Or depart. You graduate high school, and immediately retire on Social Security for 20 years.

After 20 years assuming you are still alive, you work until you can’t anymore, like we have already. At least that way, you don’t get cheated out of retirement. I heard most people only collect about one year of Sos Sec benefits before dying.

Farmboy

Posted by goldielocks @ 14:03 on February 28, 2016  

The Gov Chronies won’t like this about Trump either if he picks Christy which looks like he might. To save the retired from being their debt slaves and turning SS into a Ponzi schene. This might allow those who get back pay to giving their jobs they can’t quit to ones looking for one.

Per Armstrong Trumps pick Chisty wants to lower social security back down to 50 instead of 70-80 the WH hoping you never live to draw.
Christie was the only one saying the country is going broke and Social Security has to be overhauled. He proposed drawing the line in the sand at 50. Let the younger people actually have a retirement plan while the over 50 crowd will just have to be paid out. That is the first honest proposal I have heard from anyone. So a Christie VP would make very good sense.
https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/north_america/2016-u-s-presidential-election/christie-endorses-trump-why-the-shock/

 

 

Posted by WANKA @ 12:47 on February 28, 2016  

deficit3wj penguinsmack'

farmboy and if trump gets in

Posted by WANKA @ 12:43 on February 28, 2016  

I’m afraid he might face the jfk syndrome! the head banksters are an evil bunch indeed since they control not only nations but their armys too. gads its soooooo out of control of the peoples/sheeples/people! 🙂 wj

buygold — hey i got friends in CR

Posted by WANKA @ 11:45 on February 28, 2016  

jimmy buffet is there too ya know. he be a pal. and a lawyer buddy who also happens to live right up the block but 4 houses away from here also has a quadplex in CR and another friend who has been there for about 20 years now and a couple of other friends been living there around the same time length. jeese I never thought till now but I do know a few people living in CR! man o man if I could travel like the days of old! man o man! we could fly on a small sea plane my lawyer friend ‘chipper’ is his nickname has up the block berthed next to his 30′ tuna tower rigged fishing boat and a beauty it is too.
here is a shot of my last boat. much fun was had. 30′ searay. mold is a 78-9 hull 11.5 beam. made that configuration hull for only 3 years and then went to a 10.5 beam. the 11.5 was far superior though. twin 350 chevs w/ 4b. 22 knots cruise and 32 wide open w/ clean hull.

click on the pics for bigger shots.

its kw 1'

its kw 2'wj

Buygold & Wanka

Posted by Farmboy @ 10:02 on February 28, 2016  

Even if Trump wins, I am not sure ‘They’ would actually let him win. Something about “he who counts the votes” thing. But if H wins, I’m moving to Key West aka the Conch Republic. Have to run, you fellas enjoy the day.

Morning Farmboy, Wanka

Posted by Buygold @ 9:35 on February 28, 2016  

Farmboy – you mean to tell me CPI is NOT a rock band??? Damn! 🙂

The harder they try to derail Trump, the stronger his support from the people gets.

I did hear Trump say yesterday that he would open up libel lawsuits against the media because they were the worst kind of lying rats he’s ever seen besides politicians including Cruz and Rubio.

Wanka – we can move to Costa Rica and stay with Jim Willie in the nuthouse.

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naaaa she’ll never win the presedency of this country

Posted by WANKA @ 9:13 on February 28, 2016  

but but but if she do…I’m gone to costa rica! naaaa I’m kinda stuck because of the med stuff. oh well I can dream I can.
but but but have no fear she will be heavily beat by the Donald. this is the first political season in my memory I’m looking forward to the outcomes and even listening to debates only to see what the Donald and others are throwing about especially the Donald. bwahahahahaha can’t wait to see what’s next! toon01b wj

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