1968 FED RESERVE SPEECH ABOUT GOLD

 

paper-money-versus-golden-goddessThe Federal Reserve just released more documents from the far past and these interest me a great deal, yes, a great deal.  Once again, we must revisit the debates about war spending, the value of gold, international trade and balancing budgets.  The following speech by William McChesney Martin, Jr. covers all these topics.  He was in an epic struggle with Texan President, LBJ, who was exactly like Bush Jr: wanting to spend wildly on many wars while keeping popular at home with lots of free spending and easy credit.  Martin, Jr. warns him, this will lead rapidly to debasing the currency and inflation. Continue reading

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BRITAIN HOLDS BIG TORTURE HEARINGS

The FBI is very steamed over the AIPAC spy case being dropped for political reasons.  Since when have cases been dropped due to fear of not winning in court?  The torture memos continue to cause us problems…in Britain.  Not here, it seems.  The mainstream press took care of that little problem by convincing itself that torture is OK so long as it makes us strong, like the Soviet Union. But there are hearings about this matter….in Britain.  Below are the links to all the Craig Murray hearings. Continue reading

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PREPARE FOR SAN ANDREAS EVENT: STORE WATER

The possibility of a pandemic is understandably scary but the real thing the US must worry about is the perpetual threat of a very sudden, very violent earthquake along the section of the San Andreas Fault that hasn’t had any movement for over 100 years.  The chaos and destruction this event can cause is obviously immense.  This is due to California becoming rapidly overpopulated, considering that it is one of the more geologically active, dense populated places on earth, similar to Sichuan province in China or the Tokyo region of Japan.   Continue reading

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JAPANESE AUTO MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION DATA

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In between fear mongering conspiracy sites screaming that someone created the H1N1 virus to make money for doctors, there is real news.  Some of the real news is real scary.  Why aren’t people scared of real news?  I wonder about this all the time.  Anyway, instead of spreading hysteria, let’s visit the Japanese Auto Manufacturing Association to see how their colonization of the US auto markets is rolling along. Continue reading

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AIPAC TREASON LEGALIZED BY COURTS

Two weeks ago, when I learned that the Obama lawyers were going to drop the AIPAC spy case, I was not surprised but also, very disgusted.  The clever Zionists working on behalf of a foreign power threatened to uncover ALL of the treason at the top and how complicit our government is, with Israeli spies.  I strongly fear that the Mossad/9/11 business would come up and the complicity of our rulers with Zionist aims would be revealed, at last.  The wild goose chase after the ‘bombs in the buildings’ would cease protecting the real traitors and we would be discussing how complicit AIPAC, Mossad and our ‘Presidents’ really are and how they really operate. Continue reading

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IMF GRAPHS AND CHARTS SHOWING GREAT DEPRESSION II

rpi-hockey-practiceBelow is a series of graphs and charts from the International Monetary Fund.  The IMF believes that the recovery from this New Great Depression will be very swift and very powerful.  To back this up, they produced a report and lots of fun information.  Instead of plowing through the chit-chat, I decided to use some of their own information to see what is really going on here. Continue reading

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RISK: STRATEGY VERSUS TACTICS

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The US military is supposed to have the best military minds working for it. Yet, they seem utterly incapable of understanding the concept of ‘strategy’. They mix it up with ‘tactics’. Since our politicians have no clue about war strategy, either, we end up making the same mistakes all previous empires make: trying to hold as much land as possible, using military force. I use the 1957 edition of the game ‘Risk’ to explain how this works. Continue reading

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