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Posted by Maya @ 1:34 on September 25, 2021  

Testing the next generation
https://railpictures.net/photo/771151/

 

https://www.vaxtestimonies.org/en/ Real Testimonies from Real Vaccine victims in Israel, finally getting to tell their story.

Posted by silverngold @ 0:31 on September 25, 2021  

Homepage English

 

Might want to have some essentials on hand just in case.

Posted by goldielocks @ 0:26 on September 25, 2021  

Scrolling through FB I saw a angry post people were hoarding toilet paper again at Costco.
Plus what I saw on Bloomberg even Fox talking about factory shut downs and supply shortages. Heard about shipping problems costs going up, ships were not able to unload.
Then I saw this picture below of ALL the ships not able to unload.

Health Ranger and his active imagination at its best. Scroll to the bottom and watch the video starting at the 14 minute mark that shows what the blood looks like after you have been vaxxed! Pretty disturbing but easy to understand why all the adverse effects and deaths have occurred following the jab..

Posted by silverngold @ 23:27 on September 24, 2021  

He also gives lots of scenarios that might happen to cover the exposure of the fraudulent AZ election disclosure. IMO a pretty interesting video overall

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-09-24-az-forensic-audit-results-show-systemic-fraud-faked-votes-more-than-5x-the-margin-of-victory.html

German millionaires rush their assets to Switzerland amid fears left-wing parties will come to power in Sunday’s general election

Posted by ipso facto @ 21:30 on September 24, 2021  

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10024201/German-millionaires-rush-assets-Switzerland-ahead-election.html

goldielocks @ 16:38

Posted by ipso facto @ 20:32 on September 24, 2021  

Sounds like a plan to me! Perhaps they will.

Ipso 14:18

Posted by goldielocks @ 16:38 on September 24, 2021  

Why don’t they go attack Blazio their demo Mayor at his place who made the mandate?

Have good one . one and all.

Posted by Maddog @ 16:12 on September 24, 2021  

Mr.Copper

Posted by Maddog @ 16:10 on September 24, 2021  

I’ll have a read of that article……you’d like the guy who runs the garage I use for my Jaguar….very old school and with a wealth of knowledge, that is unrivalled….he dumped his Website recently, which was joke anyway. He has never advertised, has no sign outside the lane to his shop, he has nobody doing the booking/answering the phone, most days he takes the phone off the hook all day…the only way to see him is to drive there …….yet he is booked solid .

Observation Here, The US Dollar Is A lot Higher Than In August, But Gold In Not Lower Than In August

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:30 on September 24, 2021  

Higher Dollar 92 to 93: https://finviz.com/futures_charts.ashx?t=CURRENCIES&p=d1

Gold Not Lower Than $1720: Futures Metals Chart Daily (finviz.com)

10 yr Interest Rate Higher Than August 1.2% to 1,46% today, but Gold not lower than August. So far.

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/%5ETNX?p=^TNX&.tsrc=fin-srch

Maddog re When Did Cars Get Computerized Story

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:57 on September 24, 2021  

My friend sent me this link:

https://www.autotrader.com/car-news/when-did-cars-get-computerized-264028

My response:

Yes interesting but had some flaws, re “Tune up needed every 10,000 miles or so just to keep the engine running decently.”

Lie, Robs old Cutlass went over 150,000 with no tune up. Then it started running a little rough, the plug gap got too wide. I believe the 12,000 annual tune up, and 2500 mile oil change suggestions was “welfare”.

Re part “he first big electronic improvement was the breakerless (a.k.a. electronic) ignition, which used a magnetic or optical sensor on the distributor shaft, instead of the points, to trigger the coil. Electronic ignitions increased tuneup times and spark plug life (to 50,000 miles or so)

Comment: Pre 1970 Corvettes and SS 396 Chevelles were very fast and powerful and ran great. John McGreevey used to go back and forth to Fla with his 1965 Corvette and got 20 MPG.

Re “However, tightening emissions standards brought computers into our ignition systems soon”

Yes Climate change has to be the biggest welfare hoax in history, going on for 51 years and never an improvement on climate. Its allegedly worse, so change course. Look at the Covid thing, its getting worse too.

“We always get what we try to resist” James Dines.

Mr.Copper

Posted by Maddog @ 14:46 on September 24, 2021  

Re yr back to basics….Hear, Hear…newest car we have is ’07 and in comparison to the ’94 version, there isn;t any…but so much of the rubbish in new cars is designed to save weight, because of mileage regulations, due to so called climate change…that is what is wrecking nearly all consumer goods, but particularly vehicles.

Re Chip Shortage, And Welfare for Electronics Parts Fabricators Distributors, Retailers and All The Middle Men and Auto Mechanics In Between

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:21 on September 24, 2021  

Part of story, beginning of a new reversal back to basics?

“One company has reverted to mechanical dials on some cheaper models instead of digital displays so that those chips can be used for more expensive models.”

https://www.wsj.com/articles/auto-car-makers-industry-semiconductor-chip-shortage-covid-19-taiwan-vietnam-11632329226

Comments:

The sentence above amused me because I like the old technology better with knobs. Like the old school washing machine we bought. The digital one we had, had too many computer problems.  Ya know even a mechanical cooking timer is so simple to use. Or mechanical alarm clock to. Even the older 4X4 vehicles had a mechanical handle on the floor and you simply shove the handle to enter four wheel drive position. So what if the woman have trouble with that.

The electronic push button 4X4 modern way sucks. I’ve had functioning problems with them on occasion when you need it on a snow day no less. Relays behind the kick panel, solenoids, vacuum lines, the switch, etc.  Always something goes bad. Too many parts depending on each other to make a simple shift. Unneeded welfare parts. It’s called in my view WELFARE electronics parts.

Sometimes these unneeded computerized safety systems in aircraft 737 Max twice sends the plane straight nose down into the Ocean against the Pilots skills or ability. Many other crashes as per Air Disasters TV show. Did you ever use the drive up window at McDonald’s  on a rainy day? And then the stupid power window won’t go back up?? And no over ride crank handle? How about the electronic fuel pump in the fuel tank?? $1500 repair. It used to be a $10 mechanical part that had twp bolts and took 10 minutes to change. More welfare with the electronic one. Occasionally the Air Bags kill someone. I myself don’t want an airbag. Or anti lock brakes. I’m a careful driver, and don’t drive drunk.

Hopefully things will get simpler cheaper and better again out of necessity after the “Big One” Elizabeth.

Trouble in Wokeville

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:18 on September 24, 2021  

BLM leader in NYC threatens national ‘uprising’ over ‘racist’ vaccine mandates after three Texas women attacked hostess at Carmine’s in vax passport feud

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10024955/Co-founder-BLM-New-York-threatens-uprising-citys-racist-vaccine-mandates.html

Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou expected to plead guilty today in U.S. court: sources

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:42 on September 24, 2021  

Chinese tech executive Meng Wanzhou is expected to appear virtually in an American federal courtroom today to plead guilty in the U.S. proceedings against her, say sources.

The Huawei Technologies chief financial officer will pay a fine as part of a plea deal, said the sources, who were not authorized to speak publicly.

Her court appearance was first reported by Reuters.

Sources said if the New York court accepts the deal, Canadian Crown attorneys will appear in a Vancouver court later today to stay extradition proceedings against Meng. She could be free of house arrest as early as today.

The U.S. District Court said Meng will appear virtually at 1 p.m. ET in a Brooklyn courtroom to address a “resolution of the charges against the defendant in this matter.”

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/meng-wanzhou-us-court-1.6188093

Maddog @ 8:59 “The Rigged System Will Make A Dumb Person Look Smart, And Make A Smart Person Look Dumb. M.C. Circa 1985

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:39 on September 24, 2021  

re your: “he now looks stupid, which he is anything but.”

This fits my:

“Your Skills and Abilities Mean Nothing, If You Are On The Wrong Side Of Government Agenda.”

A very successful friend of  mine, a real estate builder, mostly small industrial buildings, BEFORE 2008, tore down his existing 10 unit apartments structure, looked like a motel, to redevelop the property to 12 high end Town Houses.

They were beautiful. Two floors, and basement. Very high end materials inside and outside. A stream bordering the property.  During the post 9/11 real estate boom, he was planning on $479k each. Turned out so many delays, for permits etc, and by the time he finished, the real estate crash unfolded. Taxes were $6,000 per unit, $72,000 per year he had to pay.

He was so desperate, he wanted me to buy the best one for $350k. Then he started renting them with option to buy. He was very upset about what happened, it was a very big investment for him. I told him, “Steve, its not your fault, you didn’t do anything wrong, “the system makes dumb people look smart, and smart people look dumb”.

Steve being the wise ass as he is says to me. He knew gold miner stocks were doing great, “is that why you look smart now”? LOL. He was looking smart since he graduated high school, became an industrial electrician with a few employees, and put all his profits into real estate, so that dummy looked smart until the ’08 dive. He eventually got rid of them and the tax bills.

 

Maddog-yup

Posted by Buygold @ 12:45 on September 24, 2021  

Even the dollar is slipping a bit but no help, especially with the shares.

Oh well, the Crimex closes shortly so maybe the boot will be off the neck. Pretty frustrating to watch though. Serious pain in the ass when we should be catching a bid.

Looks like scum still kneeling on PM shares here

Posted by Maddog @ 11:09 on September 24, 2021  

shud be doing much better with AU running higher.

Vote in the poll Vote in the poll

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:58 on September 24, 2021  

Vote! Vote!

Gold Resource Corporation Issues 2020 Sustainability Accounting Standards Report

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:57 on September 24, 2021  

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/gold-corporation-issues-2020-sustainability-142500338.html

goldielocks

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:20 on September 24, 2021  

We’ll see. The price HAS recovered a bit from this morning’s selloff.

Ipso

Posted by goldielocks @ 10:17 on September 24, 2021  

The long timers in crypto not worried about it because some other country needing money will pick it up.

FWIW Lots of green in the PM shares. Gold starting to turn?

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:14 on September 24, 2021  

Trying to rally but keep getting stifled

Posted by Buygold @ 10:11 on September 24, 2021  

Maybe just because the SM has rejected the initial selloff. SM dragging us along.

Maddog @ 9:49

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:53 on September 24, 2021  

Yeah I’m glad I’m not in cryptos! What’s the next shoe to drop?

As far as the PMs go I’m in it till the bitter end although occasionally assuming the fetal position …

Cheers

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