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Jeff Nielson
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It turns out that Warren Buffet is not the only "value investor" in the U.S. who is sitting on a huge pile of money, waiting for the bubbles to pop.

Eric Cinnamond had 75 percent of the money in his mutual fund in cash at the end of July because he couldn’t find enough cheap small-company stocks to buy. The stock-market selloff this month hasn’t changed his mind...

What's surprising in this Bloomberg propaganda is that they REPEAT that Warren Buffett is sitting on "more than $50 billion" in cash, and REPEAT that he is "waiting for a fat pitch" (lol!) -- i.e. the Mother of All Crashes.

You can't say that the Sheep haven't been warned...



Buffett Sits on $50 Billion Cash-Hoard, Waiting for Bubbles to Pop


Value Investors Hoarding Cash See Few Bargains After Rout

www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-20/value-...ains-after-rout.html

Eric Cinnamond had 75 percent of the money in his mutual fund in cash at the end of July because he couldn’t find enough cheap small-company stocks to buy. The stock-market selloff this month hasn’t changed his mind.

“While the recent decline is refreshing, in my opinion, small caps remain expensive given the insane heights they reached this cycle,” Cinnamond, manager of the $691 million Aston/River Road Independent Value Fund, (ARIVX) wrote in an e-mail.

A global rout in stock markets has wiped $3.3 trillion from the value of equities worldwide this month through Oct. 16 and the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index has slumped 6.2 percent since reaching a peak for the year on Sept. 18. The plunge hasn’t been enough for Cinnamond and other money managers who hold unusually high levels of cash, such as Stephen Yacktman of Yacktman Asset Management LP and Wally Weitz of Weitz Investment Management Inc., who say bargains still aren’t easy to find...
12:00 PM
Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Ebola 'spreading' in Texas? in the forums.
debsyl wrote:
Don't worry, trust me ...

Obama says he "shock hands with, hugged, kissed ... not the doctors, but a couple of the nurses at Emory because of the work they did in treating one of the patients. They followed the protocols, they knew what they were doing, and I felt perfectly safe doing so..."

So you heard it.... Don't worry...




Debsyl, the tricky part in dealing with a Sleazy Weasel like Obama is that while you know he is always lying, it can be quite difficult to figure out precisely what/where is the lie(s). That's where I miss Junior, and the "Good Ole Days". With Junior, you always knew exactly what he was lying about.



Given what we already know about the almost non-existent "quarantine procedures" at the infamous hospital in Texas; what we DO know is that Obama would not have "hugged" any nurse who actually treated a patient who has actually infected with Ebola.

But is he lying about having "hugged nurses"? Or, is the lie part of (as Dylan suspects) some Greater Hoax, where there never was an "Ebola infection" in the first place?
11:48 AM
debsyl wrote:
My head is spinning LOL

Ok, I must admit I never understood Harvey Organ's data...


Does anyone know how the CME works? Is this "new" video accurate? It appears someone is going to all ends to discredit Harvey Organ. Interesting, considering that his blog was deleted only a week ago.


Thanks for the post Debsyl, although somehow I missed the reference (criticism) of Harvey Organ.

Let me first say that having no professional trading background, this is not an area where I generally feel comfortable "explaining things" to others. Indeed, I've always been somewhat fuzzy about the whole "registered/eligible" classification system of the Crimex myself.

As for the analysis here; unless I'm totally confused, this Clown has totally messed-up his own "explanation". Fortunately, he quotes the actual definitions of "registered" and "eligible" (at the beginning), so if you stick with that (and ignore all the rest of the B.S.) it's somewhat helpful.

Basically, the terms are actually quite straightforward. By "eligible"; this means metal which is eligible for sale. This is the real "inventory" number. "Registered", on the other hand, is metal stored in a Comex warehouse but already owned by a particular (private) buyer.

This is where we get the second (informal) classifications he refers to -- except he gets it backwards -- "dealer" and "customer" inventories. A "dealer inventory" is metal which is openly for sale, while (naturally) the "customer inventory" is privately held metal, which is not for sale.

Where we get these Liars lying-with-numbers is that they pretend that the "registered" inventories are the "total inventories", and Liars like Jeffrey Christian quote that number in their bogus inventory charts -- like the one I've used in previous commentaries.



This is how they manufactured a "rise in inventories", by counting all the privately-held "ETF silver" (primarily SLV) as part of its "inventory" number.

Essentially, the "registered" number is totally irrelevant. It is NOT for sale, it is merely STORED in the Comex's warehouses. The only relevant number is the "eligible" number.

Thanks for the question, as (being forced to examine this more closely) I now think I have a better understanding myself...

11:30 AM
Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Israel's land-stealing continues... in the forums.
While Israel has earned our condemnation in many respects; we must at least credit these War Criminals with two things: persistence and consistency. If Israel's not busy murdering Palestinians in its "anti-terrorism" operations, then we can be sure its busy stealing more Palestinian land.

With Israel's latest Gaza-invasion having used up its murder quota (for a little while); its back to the land-stealing. And this isn't any ordinary parcel of land, but rather part of the Palestinian's dwindling holdings of Jerusalem -- a city just as "holy" to them as it is to Israel's Jewish population.

When will the Sheep wake up to the crimes of this apartheid regime? Even with the fictional reporting of the Corporate media; it is impossible to cover-up who is the real Villain in this scenario.




Israelis quietly expand enclave in Palestinian district of Jerusalem

www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/20/us-mi...dUSKCN0I91F920141020

Israeli guards quietly occupied two purchased residential buildings in a Palestinian district of East Jerusalem on Monday, expanding a Jewish settler project in defiance of U.S. criticism.

A previous move on September 30 by settlers into homes bought in the Silwan neighborhood, in an area captured by Israel in a 1967 war, coincided with a U.S. visit by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and drew White House condemnation.

Hoping to cement Israel's claim on all of Jerusalem, far-right Jews have been paying top dollar for Silwan properties, often through Arab middle-men to circumvent Palestinian taboos on such sales.

An estimated 500 settlers, armed or protected by paramilitary police, live in Silwan among 50,000 Palestinians. Israel's claim to all of Jerusalem as its capital is not recognized internationally...
11:04 AM
2 days ago
debsyl, Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Ebola 'spreading' in Texas? in the forums.
Don't worry, trust me ...

Obama says he "shock hands with, hugged, kissed ... not the doctors, but a couple of the nurses at Emory because of the work they did in treating one of the patients. They followed the protocols, they knew what they were doing, and I felt perfectly safe doing so..."

So you heard it.... Don't worry...

06:17 PM
debsyl replied to the topic Re: Harvey Organ website deleted by COURT ORDER!! in the forums.
My head is spinning LOL

Ok, I must admit I never understood Harvey Organ's data


And now for silver:
Oct 17.2014: no change in silver inventory/344.565 million oz
Oct 16.2014: no change in silver inventory/344.565 million oz
Oct 15.2014 no change in silver inventory/344.565 million oz
Oct 14.2014 today we had a loss of 1.201 million oz/SLV inventory rests at 344.565 million oz
Oct 13.2014: no change in silver inventory so far:
345.766 million oz
oct 10.2014: we lost a massive 3.25 million oz of silver leaving the SLV. Inventory 345.766 million oz
Oct.8/2014 no change in silver inventory 349.071 million oz
Oct 7.2014: a reduction of silver inventory to the tune of 863,000 oz/new inventory at SLV 349.071 million oz
Oct 6.2014: no change in inventory/349.934 million oz.
Oct 3.2014/ we had a minor loss of 152,000 oz and this is usually to pay for fees./Inventory 349.934
oct 2.2014: no change in silver inventory/350.086 million oz.
Oct 1 late last night at 11 pm I was notified by Fred that they added a remarkably high 4.075 million oz of silver inventory at the SLV.
new inventory: 350.086 million oz.
sept 30.2104: no change in inventory/inventory 346.011 million oz
Today, Oct 17.2014
Inventory tonight no change in inventory rests/silver inventory at 344.565 million oz
end


So why do I read it? Perhaps I hope a light will go off and I will finally understand these numbers.

I read the post on SilverDoctors ....

www.silverdoctors.com/harvey-organs-week...ottom-of-the-barrel/

This time it is a bit more interesting. Someone is actually commenting on his blog; in fact, a video, which was made the same day, was posted to discredit Harvey’s numbers. The youtube video is also followed by comments



Does anyone know how the CME works? Is this "new" video accurate? It appears someone is going to all ends to discredit Harvey Organ. Interesting, considering that his blog was deleted only a week ago.
06:03 PM
Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Professor Antal Fekete in the forums.
Debsyl, Max Keiser has dropped off my list of reference sources for two (related) reasons: his bluster, and his sloppiness.

Max Keiser is the King of Hyperbole. And one inevitable trait of people who indulge in hyperbole is sloppiness -- because they are more interested in being sensational than being correct. In this clip, however; Keiser is simply wrong.

At almost the 10-minute mark exactly; he comes out with a statement which is simply preposterous. He says that inflation is not because of all the money-printing, but rather "because the oligopolies are engaging in price-gouging".

Now as I have stated previously; oligopolies (and monopolies) do have a propensity for price-gouging. This is one of their many evils. But that is based upon the ability to pay (for their captive consumers). You can't engage in "price-gouging" with people whose wallets are empty -- because there is no more to squeeze out of them.

If you over-price your goods, you actually REDUCE rather than increase profits. So the oligopolies (and the One Bank) can only engage in very limited price-gouging -- generally (and ironically) only with respect to the luxury items purchased by the wealthy (the only people who can be price-gouged successfully).

As we all know; THIS is what is causing all the inflation:



And what is so silly here is that immediately before Keiser makes his preposterous statement about the cause of inflation; he was talking about all the "gobs" of quantitative easing being spewed by the Fed. Indeed, then Keiser makes a complete idiot of himself by stating that the money-printing "causes deflation"



This is the problem with Keiser, and others of his ilk. It doesn't help us that they (generally) get their facts straight, when they are prone to (gigantic) blunders in stating their conclusions. And this gets to the crux of your actual question.

My historic knowledge of markets is generally weak. This is why I look to (and credit) reference sources like Charles Savoie ("The Silver Stealers"), Bill Still ("The Money Masters"), and Darryl Schoon. So I'm not really the right person to ask with respect to whether Keiser (and Fekete) is right on this particular subject -- since I don't know the facts as well as they do.

But if we can't trust Keiser's conclusions, then what about Fekete? Regular readers most likely have seen me rejecting some of Fekete's theories in the past (particularly concerning the silver market) because they did not make logical sense.

For instance; several years ago Fekete came out with the preposterous theory that China was (primarily) behind silver manipulation -- as a means of "earning interest" on its (supposed) "secret stockpile" of silver. There are several problems here.

First Fekete has no proof that China even has a secret silver stockpile. Secondly, his analysis makes no sense. As I have pointed out in several commentaries; if you under-price ANYTHING, you destroy supply through over-consumption.

I simply refuse to believe that China would recklessly destroy global silver stockpiles, simply for the (petty) motive of collecting modest amounts of paper "interest" on its silver. The COST of such a strategy grossly exceeds its benefits -- and China is not stupid.

So we have two individuals here whose reasoning cannot be trusted (lol), discussing "bond market operations" in the 1920's. And how does Fekete start?

The Federal Reserve Act was not altogether bad.

What????



And he follows that immediately with this idiocy:

People create money, not central banks.

This is simply wrong. People generate (i.e. create) economic activity. Buying things, selling things; and earning wages or profits. This economic activity produces a "multiplier effect" which allows us to use the same dollar again and again. But this is NOT "money creation". So in the first minute of Fekete's appearance here, my previous criticisms were vindicated -- because the man can't think (correctly).

Was there a U.S. "bond market collapse" (covered up be the media) in 1921? It's certainly possible that Fekete has his facts straight on this topic -- but you can't trust any of his analysis. "Retired professors" are no better a source for clear thinking than the active ones.



And both of these idiots continue to talk about "deflation"...incorrectly. First of all they imply that it's a bigger issue (at the moment) than inflation. Secondly (having no grasp of economics) they imply that deflation is BAD. It's not; it's the most-cleansing force for sick economies.

The problem is that our economies are not "sick". They are terminal. What happens if you give (belatedly) give a terminal patient the correct medicine (deflation)? They still die -- but it doesn't make the medication "bad".



Deflation Propaganda: the Great Perversion
When Deflation Becomes Hyperinflation

The only "problem" here is inflation. Stay away from these Two Idiots.

P.S. My understanding here (according to what Fekete said himself) is that he is a professor of MATHEMATICS. And (apparently) he has no formal training in economics. Thus we have a retired professor inventing "theories" in a field in which he doesn't even have any credentials.

P.P.S. I did like one moment in the clip (lol). That was when Fekete came out with his general metaphor about how you "can't kick the garbage up into the attic" (forever). Metaphorically, eventually gravity kicks in (once the weight of the garbage is too great) and it MUST all come crashing down.

Economically; this is precisely what that Psychopaths and Suicide Jockeys have been doing for the past quarter-century: they haven't been simply engaging in "unsustainable" policies, they have been engaging in ridiculously unsustainable policies -- kicking their (our) "garbage" up into the attic (year after year after year).
11:48 AM
3 days ago
debsyl created a new topic Professor Antal Fekete in the forums.
I am not always a fan of Max Keiser, but I do enjoy listening to some of his guests; Professor Antal Fekete was no exception. I am neither mathematician nor economist, but what Professor Fekete said appears plausible. You are one of the experts on this subject, Jeff. What do you think?

rt.com/shows/keiser-report/196944-episode-max-keiser/
08:26 PM
Jeff Nielson, debsyl replied to the topic Re: Random Acts of Kindness in the forums.
Very nice, Debsyl!

07:03 PM
Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Ebola 'spreading' in Texas? in the forums.
Dylan wrote:
I don`t think that`s entirely fair Jeff. Somebody has to report it on this level. When he repeats that it doesn`t make any sense, he`s only being honest. It is not his analysis that makes no sense but the situation, his confusion does make sense.
To us this doesn`t make any sense, at least not yet.
We are no further ahead than he is on this. He does at least mention at around 7.00 minutes that this could be deliberate.



Dylan, I never suggested that such information should not be reported (assuming it was/is legitimate). What I'm saying is that I would be much more favorably inclined toward what was presented in that clip if it was presented in a more measured manner.

First of all, I don't see any point/justification in acting like this is some great piece of sleuthing. Rather, I'm suggesting that the (fairly obvious) observation should be made that it looks like the Powerz want us to think this is a hoax -- due to how (deliberately?) clumsy they are with this particular episode.
06:17 PM
4 days ago
Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Musical musings... in the forums.
debsyl wrote:
Legendary Songwriter with Alzheimer’s Releases His Final Epic Ballad!

The final ballad is called “I’m Not Gonna Miss You.” The melody is somber and contemplative, but the lyrics show Campbell’s ability to find irony in his disease. The result is a beautiful combination of sadness and joy, which ends much too quickly.


blog.thealzheimerssite.com/notgonnamissy...#JuSc6LoiOwBGPKXK.01



Debsyl, I always get really sad when I see someone permanently (and sometimes fatally) afflicted with some condition which has devastated their life. It's especially sad with respect to those born with some catastrophic disability as (in one way or another) they never had the opportunity to appreciate the Universe in all its splendor.

But either way that overwhelming sense of sadness makes it difficult for me to find joy in such circumstances. The only silver-lining I could find is that (because he was able to record a song like this) Campbell still has periods (moments?) of lucidity which allow him to recognize what has happened (is happening) to him.

And when I thought about that; it just made sadder...

05:32 PM
debsyl, Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Full Mental Jacket in the forums.
My husband was listening to a Detroit radio station when Dr. Malcolm Williamson came on the air:

This is very interesting. Perhaps I am stretching this too much, but it is certainly “food for thought” take

- perhaps this is intended as biological warfare
- it certainly would justify martial law and a good means of crowd control
- eliminates many of the unemployed
- distracts people from the problems within the government and the inevitable stock market crash

p.cmlsdet.com/player/?feed=50&id=11979
05:29 PM
Jeff Nielson, Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Ebola 'spreading' in Texas? in the forums.
Dylan wrote:
On the topic of the infected health care worker allowed to travel in the US, I`m going to go out on a limb and post this video by the afore mentioned gentlemen castigated for his profanities. I`m only posting it because I have personally vetted it and can vouch that there are NO swear words used. Maybe he reads the BBC forums



I thought these surreal videos would be limited to Africa but I was wrong. Observe clipboard man in plain clothes casually helping the Haz Mat crew and their patient with the deadly ebola virus onto the plane. Perhaps he has sampled some of the "miraculous blood" of Dr Kent Bradley and doen`t feel he should be concerned.


Note at some point around 7.00 the video presenter entertains the notion that this footage may be deliberately planted to sucker in conspiracy theorists. This is the Mental Jacketing aspect of the Psy Op.
Another possibility which is a constant theme in the Full Mental Jacket thread is that the world is "supposed" to catch the West in the act of manufacturing these fake fake crises.



Dylan, if anything I'm more skeptical that this is just a (straight-up) "hoax". I'll simply quote what the guy who made the clip says again and again: "it doesn't make sense".

It makes no sense at all to stage a hoax this clumsily. Five people are being filmed transporting this "ebola patient", but only four are wearing haz-mat suits??? No one could be that stupid.

Yes, the fact that an unprotected individual is casually loitering around a supposedly infected individual is strongly indicative that the woman is not infected. But this has "Boston Marathon" written all over it.

With that false-flag event; clearly the Psychopaths wanted any/every thinking individual to know that it was a false-flag event. Here, as a matter of elementary logic; if this was a straight-up "hoax", they would not want everyone (paying attention) to know it was a hoax -- as that defeats the entire purpose of the exercise.

While we lack sufficient data to say precisely what is going here; the one definitive conclusion which we can reach is that this is not a straight-up hoax. Any six-year old could see through the clip being "analyzed" here. It is somewhat less-impressive than someone spotting Waldo in a "Where's Waldo?" book.

For me to take this person seriously; this guy has to start "making sense" himself. Not (simultaneously) shouting "hoax" and "this makes no sense". Why stage a (supposed) hoax in such an utterly incompetent/inept manner???

Analysis which makes no sense isn't really "analysis".

05:18 PM
5 days ago
debsyl, Jeff Nielson, Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Full Mental Jacket in the forums.
Jeff wrote,

While working my way through school; I did a lot of blue-collar/manual labour jobs. So I was around a lot of (mostly) males for whom it was "f___" this, and "f___" that all day long. So I became desensitized to such language. But more than that; it's just a part of my basic make-up that I don't allow style (or lack of it) to deter me from substance.

My husband and sons are all blue collar workers. I am told the language is unbelievable, yet I have never heard any of our sons use this language at home. I asked my husband if he talked like this at work; i would have been surprised had he answered in the affirmative, still i "had" to ask. He told me he used it more at home, never at work. I told him I heard the "f" bomb perhaps 4 times in our 32 years of marriage, then only when he hurt himself e.g. hand in the table saw.... OUCH first the ZING when contact was made with the saw, then the “choice” word, It still echoes in my ear.

Jeff wrote,

As I said in my reply; I understand your perspective, and understand what motivates such language (in some people). And if that language was coming from some member of the public, phoning in to some talk-radio show, then maybe the language isn't a problem.

But this is coming from someone producing a Message, and trying to get skeptical (and often comatose) people to listen. That's not easy if you frame your Message in the most-palatable/most-professional form in which one is capable.

I would suggest that Debsyl's reaction to the clip likely typifies the majority of our populations. Most-definitely it applies to the older segments of our populations (middle-aged and up), since that demographic generally has less tolerance for profanity.

The problem is that most of the people who are listening (at least in my own experience) are that older demographic. So immediately, the producer of this clip essentially blocks-off the largest potential audience with the use of such language.

Being younger himself; maybe he doesn't even want to connect with older listeners. It's certainly possible that he (rightfully) views those older than himself as the source of all today's problems -- due to decades of our apathy (to put it politely).

But if that's his attitude; it's an attitude which excludes rather than includes, and that sort of thinking cannot be encouraged. We need to bring people together, and (from a purely strategic standpoint) I don't think that using such profanity is an effective tactic.


I know for a fact, our sons would turn off a commentator such as this, even though they are in their late twenties. They find it tiring listening to this language at work, they certainly would not subject themselves to more of it on their free time. If one has such a limited vocabulary, one certainly has nothing that would be of benefit to me. As I noted before, these people limit their credibility when they express themselves in this way, even with the younger generation (at least in our family).
04:08 PM
debsyl replied to the topic Re: Musical musings... in the forums.
Legendary Songwriter with Alzheimer’s Releases His Final Epic Ballad!

The final ballad is called “I’m Not Gonna Miss You.” The melody is somber and contemplative, but the lyrics show Campbell’s ability to find irony in his disease. The result is a beautiful combination of sadness and joy, which ends much too quickly.


blog.thealzheimerssite.com/notgonnamissy...#JuSc6LoiOwBGPKXK.01
01:24 PM
Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Jeff Nielson, for Sprott Money: in the forums.
The Great Unemployment Lie

www.sprottmoney.com/news/the-great-unemp...on-sprott-money-news

Regular readers are familiar with seeing our fraudulent economic statistics debunked. This is generally one of the “bread crumbs” necessary to lead readers out of the Wonderland Matrix constructed by our governments (and the mainstream media), and back to the real world...
11:51 AM
Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: DOW Dropping Like a Stone in the forums.
DayOwl wrote:
Just today, as of 2:20 pm EDT, the DOW IA has dropped 418 points so far, a 2.6% change. In the last 5 days, it has lost nearly 900 points. (www.realclearmarkets.com/ & quotemedia.com)

Oil has been dropping, especially Brent Crude. Wholesale gasoline is down considerably, but is not reflected at the pumps as much.

Is this the beginning of the collapse, or is it pre-election politics? I cannot tell if the market numbers are just more manipulation or a sign of true market forces at work.

And yes, I posted it under the "Dow Reaches New High" thread for irony.



DayOwl, these are classic signs of an "exhausted market", i.e. a bubble-market about to burst. However, we've had signs of such "exhaustion" previously. We'll see a week or so of particularly choppy turbulence, then the bubbles just start soaring higher again. It's like watching a glutton pause in his gorging, to allow a little indigestion to pass, and then he resumes stuffing his face again.

What you have to understand now is the reality of Hostage Markets, and the Master Algorithm for manipulating all of these markets. None of the previous "rules" of our markets even apply any longer. So signs of some "turning point", even distinct/obvious signs, don't necessarily have any significance.

It's my firm belief that these bubbles won't be ALLOWED to pop until the One Bank has a particular (manufactured) catastrophe on which to blame the collapse of the bubbles -- so no one points their fingers at the bankers. If this "ebola outbreak" is deliberately turned into a pandemic; that would be one possible scapegoat for the crash looming ahead of us.

If not a plague, then almost certainly it will be a war, or "war-like event" (lol), which (of course) will be blamed on Terrorist Boogeymen.

Warren Buffet isn't sitting with $50+ BILLION waiting for some ordinary crash. He's waiting (and salivating) in anticipation of the Mother of All Crashes. And a crash of that magnitude always requires a Scapegoat.

10:49 AM
6 days ago
DayOwl replied to the topic DOW Dropping Like a Stone in the forums.
Just today, as of 2:20 pm EDT, the DOW IA has dropped 418 points so far, a 2.6% change. In the last 5 days, it has lost nearly 900 points. (www.realclearmarkets.com/ & quotemedia.com)

Oil has been dropping, especially Brent Crude. Wholesale gasoline is down considerably, but is not reflected at the pumps as much.

Is this the beginning of the collapse, or is it pre-election politics? I cannot tell if the market numbers are just more manipulation or a sign of true market forces at work.

And yes, I posted it under the "Dow Reaches New High" thread for irony.
01:39 PM
Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Musical musings... in the forums.
This one is dedicated to Earl, who has been "under the weather" for several weeks now. I'm sure I speak for the entire BBC Community when I say "get well soon".



In the meantime; I don't think it's possible to listen to this tune without feeling a little bit better than you did before...





Kodachrome - Paul Simon


When I think back
On all the crap I learned in high school
It's a wonder
I can think at all
And though my lack of education
Hasn't hurt me none
I can read the writing on the wall

Kodachrome
They give us those nice bright colors
They give us the greens of summers
Makes you think all the world's a sunny day
I got a Nikon camera
I love to take a photograph
So mama don't take my Kodachrome away

If you took all the girls I knew
When I was single
And brought them all together for one night
I know they'd never match
my sweet imagination
Everything looks worse in black and white
12:50 PM
Here's a thought which just occurred to me, ironically from a whirlpool conversation I had following a work-out yesterday. A woman remarked (apparently correctly) that North American real estate bubbles were being ratcheted higher by (apparently) large quantities of "foreign dollars".

But is this true.

I just saw a CBC documentary (and other news items) indicating that in many urban housing developments that as many as 75% are (supposedly) owned by "foreign buyers", most of whom never occupy the buildings -- and thus the units sit empty.

In other words; we have absolutely no way of verifying that any of these units are being bought by "foreign (and generally Asian) buyers", as opposed to WESTERN BANKERS. Think about it.

Thanks to INSANE (i.e. near-infinite) money-printing, permanent near-zero interest rates, and (the insanity/criminality of) "fractional reserve banking"; the One Bank has access to as much as $100 TRILLION, every year.

It would take only 1% (or so) of one year's free money for the bankers to be (secretly) buying-up all these housing units (at ultra-insane prices), in order to deliberately create the Mother of All Bubbles in North American markets. When they then pop these bubbles (with the Mother of All Crashes), by the time they finish all of the foreclosing, they would/could own MOST OF our real estate.

12:04 PM
Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Ebola 'spreading' in Texas? in the forums.
P.S. Here is the official explanation (from the Reuters article) as to how these hospital workers were infected:

News of the second worker's diagnosis follows criticism of the hospital's initial handling of the disease by its nurses, in a statement Tuesday by National Nurses United, which is both a union and a professional association for U.S. nurses.

The nurses said the hospital lacked protocols to deal with an Ebola patient, offered no advance training and provided them with insufficient gear, including non-impermeable gowns, gloves with no taping around wrists and suits that left their necks exposed.

'PILED TO THE CEILING'

Basic principles of infection control were violated by both the hospital's Infectious Disease Department and CDC officials, the nurses said, with no one picking up hazardous waste "as it piled to the ceiling."


"The nurses strongly feel unsupported, unprepared, lied to, and deserted to handle the situation on their own," the statement said.

If this is actually true (i.e. hospitals are generally unprepared or even INCAPABLE of properly implementing quarantine procedures); then we are in serious trouble.
11:48 AM
Jeff Nielson created a new topic Ebola 'spreading' in Texas? in the forums.
Following up on a post by Dylan on another thread; I think it's time to explore whether the One Bank has "shown its cards" as to what sort of manufactured catastrophe the bankers intend to create -- as a prelude/pretext for the inevitable economic crash we know MUST come soon.

As we ponder whether these Psychopaths are creating either an "ebola hoax", or a bona fide pandemic; consider some of these scary factors.

1) Total control over the media. The One Bank can concoct any story-line it wants as to the progress of this "epidemic"(?). It knows that it will then be parroted (without thinking) by all the other media drones. So we have absolutely no way of knowing (with certainty) what is actually going on.

2) Once infected(?), the infected patient is immediately "quarantined" -- i.e. totally cut-off from the outside world. This means (for example) that if people were being deliberately infected (in order to manufacture a pandemic) that before they ever had the opportunity to reveal what had been done to them that they would be locked away in a hospital, totally cut-off from their own families, let alone any media.

This means it would be just as easy for the Psychopaths to manufacture a deliberate pandemic as it would be for them to just create a massive hoax. Now we get to the latest report from the propaganda machine:

Second Texas healthcare worker with Ebola had traveled by plane

For those who have missed the (North American) story-line to date; we've been told that a "traveler from Liberia" carried the Ebola virus with him into the U.S., and he (supposedly) wasn't even hospitalized (let alone diagnosed) the first time he sought treatment.

Since that time; while (apparently) no one else who came within proximity of the Liberian traveler has been infected. But now we're told that TWO of the Texas hospital workers who treated this patient (the SECOND time he sought medical treatment) are supposedly infected.

How does this happen?

By the second time he sought treatment; he was obviously very ill, making no secret he was traveling from Liberia, and would have had an obvious accent (assuming he even spoke English). How could a hospital be so sloppy as to allow MULTIPLE personnel to become infected -- from a single (obvious) Ebola infection?

Just imagine how fast the disease would have already spread in Africa (and decimated all health-care personnel) if each infected patient then infected TWO of the health-care workers providing treatment. This is highly implausible (to say the least), according to the official story-line.

Added to the story-line; we're told that the second health-care worker has "traveled by plane" meaning the close proximity (and large crowd) of an airport, and the even closer proximity of an airline flight. And note how easy it would be for this innocent beginning to mushroom into a full-fledged plague.

Any secondary infections from this second health-care worker would NOT be as obvious (when these patients eventually sought medical treatment) as a black man traveling from Liberia (lol). Thus if two health-care workers can (supposedly) get infected from a patient who should have aroused IMMEDIATE suspicions (and quarantine procedures) and can be allowed to TRAVEL before being detected; then any new infections could cause much more damage.

This brings us to the other issue: how could this health-care worker have been allowed to travel at all? Clearly anyone exposed to this patient BEFORE quarantine procedures (and haz-mat gear) were in place would have to be quarantined themselves. And (presumably) anyone treating this patient AFTER he had been diagnosed would receive regular blood tests -- to ensure detection at the earliest possible stage.

In short; we already have a story-line in place where this could spread into a full-fledged North American "plague", through events no less-plausible than what has already (supposedly) transpired.





Second Texas healthcare worker with Ebola had traveled by plane


www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/15/us-he...dUSKCN0I40UE20141015

(Reuters) - A second Texas healthcare worker who tested positive for Ebola after caring for a patient with the virus had traveled by plane a day before she reported symptoms, U.S. and airline officials said on Wednesday.

The worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas had taken a Frontier Airlines flight from Cleveland, Ohio, to Dallas-Fort Worth on Oct. 13, the officials said.

She was isolated immediately after reporting a fever on Tuesday, officials of the Texas Department of State Health Services said. The health worker had treated Liberian patient Thomas Eric Duncan, who died of Ebola and was the first patient diagnosed with the virus in the United States.

At least 4,447 people have died in West Africa in the worst Ebola outbreak on record, but cases in the United States and Europe have been limited. The virus can cause fever, bleeding, vomiting and diarrhea, and spreads through contact with bodily fluids...
11:34 AM
1 week ago
Debsyl wrote,

Dylan, I have been VERY angry, my kids will contest to that.


I erred... they will ATTESTto that, not contest.
Oct 14
robinsld wrote:
Interesting that when it boils down, it ends up being Google that did it...

Yes, this is one of the BIG advantage with BBC, and having someone like Chad, with the technical savvy to get us set up independently of the Google/YouTube straitjacket.

While BBC could theoretically be shut-down by similar means; any supposed "court order" would have to be directed to the independent company which owns/operates our server, not a gigantic monopoly like Google. Our Host has a motive to make sure that any (supposed) "court order" was totally legitimate -- or they lose a client.

Conversely gigantic monopolies like Google can SQUEEZE enormous profits out of our economies. Not only does it not care about losing Small Fish (like Harvey Organ) from its own enormous business, it wants to help our Traitor Governments snuff-out the Truth-Tellers -- since (obviously) Google is "part of the problem", not the solution.
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