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when the hot air stops blowing

The Crash of 2008 escaped most people’s notice. The banksters spent the previous decade living large on unsound investments, primarily mortgages to people who could not afford the payments. The Ponzi Scheme unraveled and the whole economy staggered over the edge of the cliff. What should have been worse than the Crash of ’29 that brought to the world “The Great Depression” took an unprecedented turn at this point. A huge wind of hot air blew up out of the abyss to hold the economy up. The central banks began printing money and passing it out in gross quantities to themselves and close friends. That has not improved the economic fundamentals and, in fact, has insured that the eventual fall […]

47 computer and laser years

I was a US Air Force computer operator in 1970, running state-of-the-art commercial computers at a time most people had never seen any computer and had no idea what they did or how. The picture on the right has mostly peripheral equipment with the RCA 301 computer being the big box in the center against the wall. In the systems that I operated, that box had 17K (17,000 characters) of core storage. By comparison, today you can buy an Arduino Micro with 32K (about double) of flash memory and A BUNCH MORE computing power for $19.80 … or about $1.80 in 1970 dollars. Yesterday I posted computers circa 1970 because at the same time I was an Air Force computer […]

war is a racket

The USofA has been at war 234 out of 241 years since 1776. 900 military bases in 153 countries is not fighting for your freedom IT IS AN EMPIRE It is not your empire. It is not our empire. “I spent 33 years in the Marines. Most of my time being a high-class muscle man for big business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer for capitalism. I helped purify Nicaragua for the international banking house of Brown Brothers in 1909-1912. I helped make Mexico and especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914. I brought light to the Dominican Republic for American sugar interests in 1916. I helped make Haiti and Cuba […]

2016 will be a doozie

Gerald Celente is one of, if not THE premier trends forecasters in the world. His insights and disgust with the globalists can be a bit of a handicap when his passionate, justifiable hatred takes wing in colorful speech. I like that part too, because he expresses what I feel towards the psychopathic ruling elite in ways I feel without expressing strongly enough. Nevertheless, my wife and I enjoy watching Gerald being interviewed on other people’s programs where he limits his expression to what is more socially acceptable to a broader audience. Celente’s Trends Research Institute puts sociology, economics, politics and history all together because that is how the world works. His record for predicting The Big Things is impressive. In […]

most powerful medicine

The article below is a stunning, absolute WOW! It pulls together disparate facts I’ve been reading about, experiencing and even writing a bit about since my first ever letter to the editor, which was against Nixon’s newly announced “War On Drugs” in my late teens. Nathan Kleffman created and published an investigative look at the toxic spiderweb poisoning our world. This deserves serious attention and comprehension. Most of you will be AMAZED. Please check any his links to supporting evidence of facts you may find surprising or that may stretch your credibility. It is SOLID stuff… not to mention important to all of us. As he documents here, The War On Drugs has done just about anything BUT what you […]

Ukrainian army switches to Russian side

Anti-govt protesters seize Ukrainian APCs, army units ‘switch sides’ (VIDEO clips) Editor’s note: the report published by RT has five short video clips that you can see at their site (link below). It appears that the Ukrainians are a bit brighter than our non-Oath-Keeping military and paramilitary attack dogs. Get short URL Download video (3.67 MB) Kiev’s military faced off with protesters in east Ukraine on Wednesday to sort out their differences…and found none. Soldiers appeared reluctant to go into battle against anti-government activists. When Ukrainian Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs) entered downtown Kramatorsk as part of Kiev’s military operation against anti-government protesters in the east of the country, they were stopped in their tracks, surrounded by crowds of local residents. […]

Fort Hood shooting II

USA Today 8:07 a.m. EDT April 3, 2014 A soldier killed three people and wounded 16 others before shooting himself to death Wednesday at Fort Hood, the same Texas base that was the scene of the worst attack on a domestic U.S. military installation five years ago, officials said. It is simplistic to say, “They don’t seem to have learned anything from the prior shooting there.” The people who keep these soldiers disarmed in their workplace pay no price for the mistake. The dead and wounded, on the other hand, have no say in their right to self-defense, or more accurately, the absence of that basic, human right. Lt. Gen. Mark Milley, head of the Army’s III Corps at the […]

Badged Serial Killers

The Growing Murder Culture of Cops (Part III) by Bill Buppert Women have been ravaged and brutalized by cops in much the same way as children and others who tend to be less strong than men. They have been beat, tased, sexually assaulted, caged and maimed and killed in increasing numbers as the police ramp up their penchant for savagery on the streets against those who would dare disobey or resist. In Part One, I spoke to the cruelty and violence police are increasingly visiting on the most innocent of all – the animals. In most cases, the cops, in the name of officer safety, maim or kill the canine (and feline) offenders. In Part Two, I spoke to […]