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  1. Pig Porky August 29, 2013 at 5:54 pm #

    Anyone use

  2. FreeDaMind August 29, 2013 at 6:27 pm #

    When tyrants have infinate printer ink. Predictions tend to be off for some.
    This economy should have collapsed 6 years ago. Every time we get close,
    the printers ramp up.

  3. sportydiver August 29, 2013 at 6:49 pm #

    What kind of crazy economics is this?

  4. Eric Rosso August 29, 2013 at 6:52 pm #

    They managed to soften the fall with all of their profit taking. Notice what happened with the value of Bitcoin? Notice what happened with gold and silver about a week after? That was them creating liquidity to cover the tax liability they couldn’t afford to pay with actual earnings! Fortunately (or unfortunately depending on your positions) they can only afford to distort the market in such ways for so much longer… When the miners stop mining, the shit will fall from the sky like rain!

  5. obyvatel August 29, 2013 at 7:37 pm #

    OK, so they (the criminals) don’t hate gold after all! They even have their own version of The Golden Rule: “He who owns the gold makes the rules.” Indeed, they will see to it they are masters of whatever money system is in place unless the nations shut them out. That gold “has to be processed” just makes it something that is inevitably controlled by cartels. If a nation relies on cartels to produce it’s money then that nation is effectively owned by the cartels…so, it’s back to feudalism.

  6. Fafner888 August 29, 2013 at 8:15 pm #

    Yes you are right, it would be unfair if some people would work and other people will live of that work and do nothing in return. Maybe people will behave like this, but perhaps with the right education and social institutions people won’t be like that. In any case, this kind of thought experiment shows that people should be paid according to their contribution, and the current situation where people work all day but can’t live off what they are paid (so someone can profit) is inherently unfair.

  7. cassanoa August 29, 2013 at 8:20 pm #

    dont give some slimy corporation the idea to control the air – they may actually do it ;-)

    if things were free – some one would still have to make them so they would be in a factory working while others would be free to reap the benefits – it would be fundamentally unfair – it could only work if everything were made for free by machines – as long as there were no workers – because someone working for another for free with no benefit is a slave

  8. Fafner888 August 29, 2013 at 8:23 pm #

    I don’t think that we need disasters for that. We are used to think that the right way of distributing goods is by selling them and making a profit. But suppose some resource or product could be created easily and cheaply, why should it be sold for profit instead of freely distributed to everybody? Suppose we could collect all the air on earth and then privatize it so corporations could make profit by selling it. Will someone in his right mind allow this because markets are so wonderful?

  9. cassanoa August 29, 2013 at 8:23 pm #

    yes families do this but essentially – a family is one unit – they all work for the same thing – a society only achieves similar behavior under a disaster scenario – we seem to be at our best and most selfless when our backs are to the wall – what you want would be the greatest of things

    and we should stop the thieves – but there would only be one good way to do it right – the french had the solution

  10. Fafner888 August 29, 2013 at 8:29 pm #

    Then we should stop the thieves, because even if we had gold they would find a way to create schemes and manipulate the economy. Debt and derivatives can be created from anything, including gold.

    I’m not sure, we already know that people can work for free and share with others. For example, in any decent household the family members share their work without demanding wages, because they trust and love each other, and know they would get what they need. Why bigger communities can’t do the same?

  11. cassanoa August 29, 2013 at 9:17 pm #

    when i say discipline – i mean that it cant be created at will – it has to be processed – your right about them being criminals – and the gold in fort knox probably ended up in some Zionist bank

  12. cassanoa August 29, 2013 at 10:03 pm #

    first – if every one were given 1 million dollars or were allowed to take what they needed for free

    1 no one would work
    2 all production would stop
    3 social unrest would take hold – no production means scarcity
    4 the whole idea would have to be scraped because the nation would stop

    see it cant work – it upsets the whole society – money was created as a natural consequence of human behavior

    i love star trek also but the whole thing could only work if there was a way to make things for free

  13. cassanoa August 29, 2013 at 10:08 pm #

    to your first point – paper currency is hard to create – that’s true – unfortunately for us – its the thieves that have control of the “means of production” so they print all they want and devalue the currency ( not money – its currency )

    to the second point – no one would work for some one else for fun they would want to be paid for there time – i don’t work for free – would you ? – i wargamed what would happen if the government simply gave every one 1 million dollars – the results are strange

  14. Fafner888 August 29, 2013 at 10:28 pm #

    Well it’s hard to create fiat money, no one knows how to do it except the governments, so I don’t understand why gold is necessarily better.

    About the rest of your comments- but imagine if everybody worked for fun and still people would produce enough goods for all, in that situation money might become just redundant. We need money now because of scarcity and unequal distribution of wealth, but things don’t have to be that way, it’s not a law of nature.

  15. obyvatel August 29, 2013 at 11:13 pm #

    The current monopolist “fiat” money system (controlled by criminals) started out as a gold monopoly. Seizing control of gold was their prerogative for how many centuries? What sort of “discipline” did gold impose on them while they built their empire? If there is a move to make a gold backed international currency, you can be sure that they will be the architects of it. By the way, who do you think ended up with all of the gold in Fort Knox? How about Russian gold before the Bolsheviks?

  16. cassanoa August 29, 2013 at 11:14 pm #

    money has to be hard to create or every one would make it and no one would go to work – think about it for a second – if no one needed to work because they could make there own money – you could get anything done and if some one went to work – they would demand huge paychecks or they would not show up because they would be working for fun and not for money – that’s called inflation – it took me a while to reason this out to myself – we need money everything would stop if we were all rich :-)

  17. cassanoa August 29, 2013 at 11:52 pm #

    yous sum what correct but gold imposes discipline – that’s why they hate gold – it forces them to use only what they have – people have to understand the if the people who MAKE the currency can always distort its quantity – but gold – either you have or you don’t – paper or digits are endless and in reality – worth nothing – we have used gold and silver for thousands of years and paper for forty – tell me why paper is superior ? its just banker bull shit

  18. cassanoa August 30, 2013 at 12:33 am #

    my gold is protected very well and i will worry about its use when its time – this banker aggression will continue until people decide its time to destroy them – the bankers play for keeps and with such determined men – the only choice they give is there destruction or there supremacy

  19. Ken C August 30, 2013 at 1:20 am #

    power does what it wants morality is not a consideration nor is the law.

  20. jack boagard August 30, 2013 at 1:21 am #

    thought Keiser said economy was going to nose dive in april

  21. PositiveMindNews August 30, 2013 at 2:00 am #

    As the Obama administration contemplates its next moves in Syria, a decision that is now more pressing with Israel twice bombing Syria in the past week, U.S. credibility hangs in the balance. If the U.S. escalates its involvement in Syria by directly arming rebels it runs the risk of violating U.S. laws that prohibit material support of terrorists. And in the context of U.S. drone strikes in Yemen, Pakistan and Somalia, where President Obama claims to be…

  22. MrTaintman August 30, 2013 at 2:40 am #

    gold represents the effort put into mining the metal out of the ground, which is much more labor than making paper and using ink on it. the bottom line is if you don’t have food on the table.. gold or paper won’t do you much good, but if you have the food already, the only thing worth holding is portable intrinsic value. if there’s a real crash, long term food will be the best investment no doubt. just price gouge the hell out of the people that have tons of gold and no food.

  23. MrTaintman August 30, 2013 at 3:05 am #

    I’m still waiting for that economic crash and depression by April max.

    Gotta love how every prediction made by pundants that is wrong just gets brushed over
    and forgotten, if they actually had to address them I guess they’d have to be honest. Then maybe people would have to do their own analysis… causing the actual crash. lol
    just keep predicting crashes guys you are doing a great job holding these markets up

  24. TJ Neuron August 30, 2013 at 3:27 am #

    LOL Round Eye crazy…

  25. Hank Scorpio August 30, 2013 at 3:58 am #

    Max is pimping in that suit! LOL

  26. Bob dover August 30, 2013 at 4:13 am #

    Most people cant pull off a blue suit…

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