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@ipso facto, re thought provoking views

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 22:14 on June 14, 2018  

The northern USA had a war against the southern USA. The north won.

Northern Vietnam  had a war against the southern Vietnam. The USA pulled out and the north won.

Northern Korea  had a war against the southern Korea. The north is maybe going to win. It sounds like the USA is pulling out, out of necessity, we can’t afford to waste anymore American tax dollars protecting others.

Another big REVERSAL, waste of American consumer money has been going into the medical and related sectors. This below will eventually will be made public. Lots of layoffs. I read even the EPA has cut backs in spending. Layoffs have to happen there too. All the lost welfare jobs people will probably have to work in manufacturing factories.

parts:

A growing number of patients and doctors are concerned about overtreatment, which is rampant across the health care system, argues Dr. Martin Makary, a professor of surgery and health policy at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore.

From duplicate blood tests to unnecessary knee replacements, millions of patients are being bombarded with screenings, scans and treatments that offer little or no benefit, Makary said. Doctors estimated that 21 percent of medical care is unnecessary, according to a survey Makary published in September in the journal PLOS One.

Unnecessary medical services cost the health care system at least $210 billion a year, according to a 2009 report by the National Academy of Medicine, a prestigious science advisory group.

Those procedures aren’t only expensive. Some clearly harm patients.

Overzealous screening for cancers of the thyroid, prostate, breast and skin, for example, leads many older people to undergo treatments unlikely to extend their lives, but which can cause needless pain and suffering, said Dr. Lisa Schwartz, a professor at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice.

“It’s just bad care,” said Dr. Rebecca Smith-Bindman, a professor at the University of California-San Francisco, whose research has highlighted the risk of radiation from unnecessary CT scans and other imaging.

Outdated Treatments:

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2017/10/21/558837836/many-breast-cancer-patients-receive-more-radiation-therapy-than-needed

 

the doofus from queens

Posted by treefrog @ 20:31 on June 14, 2018  


it is ALWAYS an advantage to have the adversary think you are stupider than you are. they will underestimate you, and when you defeat them, they will stand there with a puzzled look on their faces saying, “that wasn’t supposed to happen.” just ask hillary.

 

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Ipso

Posted by goldielocks @ 20:05 on June 14, 2018  

That’s been going on for awhile, even Judges but man it’s getting worse.
How can they expect to bring business there with that going on.
The more I learned although not cut out for that I think lol the more I appreciated just how good Cele was at what he did and to survive in those jungles after surviving Nam only to find our own Gov involved getting pictures and evidence then surviving through that too. It’s only when he went public they set him up and took his pension too. I didn’t talk to his daughter about it cuz I figured they were watching but the Flu that was going around.
My X departed who grew up with the Marines new about it back in the early 80s and was offered big money to go there to teach arms. The con was to help rebels and businesses or something. Turned out the people they trained turned into death squads. For what?? Drugs, guns, power. Those who didn’t play ball were targeted. Cele put the pieces together he didn’t tell me.
Makes me sick even thinking about it. It’s a chain that had to stop. These kids are desensitized to killing and there’s the chain for the next recrutes. Those nuns there were killed by those death squads and all traces back to us. They’ll kill anybody.

goldielocks

Posted by ipso facto @ 19:35 on June 14, 2018  

Crazy violence there these days. Dozens of political candidates have been killed in Mexico recently.

113 Mexican politicians killed since September

https://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2018/06/13/113-Mexican-politicians-killed-since-September/6541528942892/

Winning

Posted by commish @ 19:22 on June 14, 2018  

Ipso

Posted by goldielocks @ 18:52 on June 14, 2018  

Parts of Mexico need to do their own sweeps and start rounding them up. If they don’t have employment that pays anything it’s not gonna do much good though. They’re swamp is worse than ours. These people have no where to turn with the cabal. I wonder just how much a cut our swamp gets from it. Cele a Ex now Dea agent got pictures of CIA flying drugs out of there back when. After he sent me a PDF email after he got set up and was going away for awhile was talking to his daughter my computer crashed suspiciously, lost track of them. Really bad stuff going on. Just makes me sick what people will do for money. Just like here you know they’d do something about it if they wanted but the swamp somewhere at the top might be part of the problemo.

It’s gonna be a health boom!

Posted by ipso facto @ 15:57 on June 14, 2018  

No Coke, no Pepsi: Bottlers leave southern Mexican city besieged by crime

Mexicans are among the biggest soda drinkers in the world, so residents of the city of Altamirano in southern Mexico were hit hard when first Coca-Cola then Pepsi closed their distribution centers there amid drug gang extortion demands.

To paraphrase an old “Saturday Night Live” routine, it’s “No Coke, no Pepsi” for the city in the steamy state of Guerrero.

“Soft drinks form a part of our diet, people drink them in their homes, so imagine when the two main distributors in the whole region practically leave,” Guerrero security spokesman Roberto Alvarez said Wednesday. “It’s huge.”

PepsiCo Mexico said in a statement: “Our bottler Grupo Gepp made the difficult decision to suspend their operations in Ciudad Altamirano because the necessary conditions to distribute its products did not exist. PepsiCo respects the decision.”

cont. http://www.latimes.com/world/la-fg-mexico-gang-violence-soda-20180614-story.html

Hi Portugeezer

Posted by Buygold @ 15:32 on June 14, 2018  

I guess it’s too much to expect that the US Deep State doesn’t own everyone in the gov’t. It seems the fox always guards the hen house when it comes to our corrupt gov’t. I had to laugh when I saw the headline “Sessions says there may be more terminations after the IG report”. Terminations? How about jail time?

These gov’ts around the world are nothing more than gangs or the mafia. They just barely try to give us the illusion of justice.

So disgusting

Romania says Gabriel Resources $4.4bn lawsuit over halted project can’t be heard by arbitrators

Posted by ipso facto @ 15:28 on June 14, 2018  

Gabriel Resources (TSX-V:GBU) lawsuit against Romania for $4.4 billion in alleged losses related to the company’s stalled Rosia Montana gold and silver project, suffered a setback this week as the country told international arbitrators they can’t hear the Canadian miner’s claim.

Romania’s government said a recent, ground-breaking court decision had slammed the door on certain investment arbitration cases involving European Union members, so Gabriel’s case can’t be solved that way any longer, legal news site Law360.com reported, without elaborating further on the verdict.

Earlier this month, Gabriel Resources said it expected the hearing on the merits of its suit, filed last year at a World Bank’s tribunal, to take place in December 2019. The new development, however, may mean the company will have to wait longer than anticipated to find out whether Romania will pay the demanded figure or anything at all.

cont. http://www.mining.com/romania-says-gabriel-resources-4-4bn-lawsuit-over-halted-project-cant-be-heard-by-arbitrators/

Horror Witz

Posted by Portugeezer @ 13:48 on June 14, 2018  

I really expected some kind of big public reaction to the bias displayed by Horror Witz.

If not against Comey, then the terrible twins.

The pile of sh1t under the rug is too big to ignore now.

But nothing!

New all-time high

Posted by Portugeezer @ 12:26 on June 14, 2018  

for the NASDOG

Ipso, Here’s what it’s gonna look like within the next couple years when it grows up. Don’t despair!!

Posted by silverngold @ 12:22 on June 14, 2018  

Image result for unicorn pictures

SNG Thanks … I think. :-)

Posted by ipso facto @ 12:22 on June 14, 2018  

Ipso, here you go. 50% of your wish has come true.

Posted by silverngold @ 12:14 on June 14, 2018  

Looks about as healthy as the PM’s lately too. LOL!!!

Image result for unicorn pictures

Buygold

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:11 on June 14, 2018  

End of the day will be a toss up. My midgets red today after a good day yesterday.

I just want to see a couple of UP days in a row, then I’d like to see a Unicorn. 🙂

R640, Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 11:02 on June 14, 2018  

This is really a pretty weird day. PM’s should be getting smacked with the USD as strong as it is.

The SM has now reversed course – definitely something we’re not used to seeing but the shares have held their ground – albeit minimal.

The best possible out come would be to see the metals rise with the USD.

Dedicated to the precious metals

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:28 on June 14, 2018  

Could the strong dollar be the “hook” that keeps gold bulls out of the next big move up.

Posted by Richard640 @ 10:23 on June 14, 2018  

G&S are impressive despite the $ being up a big .721

Buygold

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:23 on June 14, 2018  

Wow the dollar is really flying now!

Warp Nine for the Matrix … Full power to the paper promises!

Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 10:18 on June 14, 2018  

yeah, I don’t know how or why they were up yesterday. Probably a good short right now.

Reverse splitting is the only thing I’ve seen for years now.

Moving higher and splitting? Definitely a myth.

Looks like with the USD strength today they have every intention of taking gold back below $1300

I used to own ER until I found out what the CEO was making. Not interested in financing someone’s private PIGGY BANK.

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:17 on June 14, 2018  

Eastmain Resources Announces C$5 Million Bought Deal Private Placement

https://ceo.ca/@nasdaq/eastmain-resources-announces-c5-million-bought-deal

Buygold @ 10:05

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:14 on June 14, 2018  

The days when the mining companies had to split their shares because they’d gotten too pricey are a distant memory. Maybe it’s a Myth now?

Interesting that EXK did so well yesterday … and today put more shares out …

Well Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 10:05 on June 14, 2018  

I just sold them half of mine “at the market”

These companies never stop diluting

Endeavour Silver Announces At-The-Market Offering of up to US$35.7 Million

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:52 on June 14, 2018  

https://ceo.ca/@nasdaq/endeavour-silver-announces-at-the-market-offering-of

Has everyone voted in the Poll?

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:34 on June 14, 2018  

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