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global debt, an out-of-this-world view

This is an excellent article that explains a lot and conjectures in an unusual way … that cannot be discounted out of hand. Global Debt is Now an Insane $164 Trillion, but Who Exactly Do We Owe? Isaac Davis, Waking Times If you’ve ever wondered why the world seems hopelessly fraught with endless conflict, ruled corrupt states, and bent on developing a never-ending supply of advanced weaponry, you’d need to understand the nature of our debt based economy. The IMF has just reported that total global debt is now at a staggering $164 trillion, which amounts to 225% of total global GDP. Every person on this planet could turn over everything they produce for the next two plus years and […]

gas attack logic

Many have thought it, but these guys are clearly explaining how ridiculous the official story of Assad’s gas attack are. The only way to buy it is without consideration. Any thought at all shoots the story down in a glorious ball of fire. If, after this announcement, we end up with headlines announcing proclaiming another gas attack by Assad against his own people, do not believe it. He [Assad] may be a tyrant, but he’s not an idiot. The US leaving his country is good for him, and a gas attack prevents the US exit. https://t.co/CXVygfCsBV — Steve Cox (@RealSteveCox) April 4, 2018 On his show Redacted Tonight, Camp questioned the timing of the alleged chemical attack just a week […]

We need to stop creating enemies in the Middle East

  Share this message from the Downsize DC blog Syrian chemical attacks? Are the lies told in 2017 being repeated now? Retweet The Military Industrial Complex used alleged chemical attacks by the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, as an excuse to lob missiles at Syrian targets in April 2017. We published our doubts that Assad was responsible for those attacks at the time. It turned out we were right! We have a long history of being right about national security claims. Our Truth About War website predicted (prior to the Iraq war) that Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction. We were correct about that and the so-called experts were wrong. We’re able to make these accurate judgments because […]

Stay out of Syria

and other impulsive wars Press release from the Libertarian Party On April 13, President Donald Trump addressed the nation to announce that he had ordered missile strikes on Syria. His rationale: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had used chemical weapons to kill civilians in Douma, a rebel-held suburb of Damascus. Assad, along with his Russian and Iranian allies, denied the use of chemical weapons. The Syrian government had requested that a fact-finding mission be conducted by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, but Trump launched missiles before any fact-finding mission could occur. Those missiles are said to have targeted Syrian military installations allegedly involved with the use of chemical weapons. “Once again, the United States is getting involved […]

wealth transfer nearly complete

Non economists and mal-educated economists don’t know it, but The Crash of 2008 was worse than the crash of 1929. The Fed was only 13 years old for the first one. Its owners decided to get rich buying assets of those who went broke due to Feral Reserve and FDR’s policies. Read FDR’s Folly, America’s Great Depression, or The Bubble That Broke The World to understand what really happened then, why and how. Notice that the Feral Reserve has printed money out of thin air since it took over ownership of the USofA dollar in 1913. Every dollar they print begins its path into the economy by the owners of the Feral Reserve SPENDING IT. In other words, they print […]

Peak Crazy Time & Yield Shock Coming

 – David Stockman By Greg Hunter On April 15, 2018 In Market Analysis  By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Former Reagan White House Budget Director David Stockman says look out for the “perfect storm” coming our way. Stockman explains, “I think we are in peak crazy time, really, to launch an attack against Syria based on the flimsy evidence to date, and the likelihood it was another false flag operation. . . . Trump declared victory two weeks ago in Syria and said we are coming home, which is exactly the right thing to do and say.  Then, all of a sudden, you have a gas attack and the clamor from the war party to do something, respond […]

A beautiful humanity

As a youngster, I observed that my Dad loved the Lil’ Abner comic strip. Dad was a smart man. Among the characters in this comic was Joe Btfsplk, with his unpronounceable name and doomed life where disaster surrounded his every moment. I am sometimes reminded of Joe when I find a black cloud inside a silver lining. All that came to mind when I watched this video clip. street orchestra from Ted Dunlap on Vimeo. Please take a couple minutes to watch the video. Any normal, well-balanced person would enjoy this unquestionably beautiful clip. It is warm and uplifting. They would simply stop there. Enjoy it. Appreciate it. Unfortunately, in the here-and-now, with the current situation in world affairs, […]

The Pentagon’s sissy slap … or what?

While most of the world was on the edge of its seat as the war drum crescendo reached its peak, either the aggressors pulled their punches, were less competent than expected, or the enemy was stronger than the attackers. Whatever the causes, our power grid is still up, US and Russian navy ships are all still afloat and our atmosphere’s radioactivity level is relatively unchanged. We have gone from DEFCON 5 to some lower number. (Defense readiness Condition on a 1-5 scale) Last night I had to take a chill pill, shut off further input and get myself back to a more Stoic view of my world. The elites are going to do whatever they do. I cannot let them […]