[gtcnote ] Really Australia on Russian tv. Man we hear everything.
[LEMusic] gtcnote Do your research - RT is a station that owns Kaiser's reports, which are done from london. It is Russian, bit not owned by the cabal mainstream news outets of the west, and hence better information that lies closer to the truth of what's really going on the world...
[LEMusic] rt.com is the website and you can see the show lineup here http://rt.com/shows/ Hey, even Larry King is syndicated there now :)
[LEMusic] FYI here is the entire Kaiser interview that folks are talking about from yesterday''s show IMHO it says we NEED to restructure the system...
And I NEED my 800# and deposit slip!!! :)
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[trouble] We Are Close .. The Strategic Framework Agreement .. Does It Hold The Key? It Sure Looks That Way .. Iraq and U.S. October 25th Through November 1, 2013 .... This is going to be the week to watch .. Eid is over .. promises were made., parliament returns .. important laws need to be passed .. Mercury Retrograde (Aside from the anticipated problems and delays encountered during the retrograde, it’s also important to remember that this period can help you take care of old projects and tie up loose ends ..:-) Below find articles containing pertinent information pointing to the significance of Maliki's upcoming visit to the united States and why the strategic framework agreement is so important ..
[trouble] And .. if you don't feel like reading .. then tune in tonight and listen to Phoenix Rising Radio and Phoenix will explain .. kel
[Austin-Powers-For-PM] trouble Where did you get that post? Very interesting.
[trouble] Austin-Powers-For-PM . http://goingglobaleastmeetswest.blogspot.com/2013/10/we-are-close-strategic-framework.html
Stormy Rain: If You Don't Believe We're Already Back on a Gold Standard, Think Again
Max Keiser Posted: 09/24/2013 12:41 pm
In 1971, the U.S. 'closed the gold window' starting an era of global fiat money reference-pricing that has been unprecedented in history. Never before had the world operated on the basis of no country anywhere having a currency tied to something with intrinsic value like gold.
We did have the 'petrodollar' -- a U.S. dollar exchange rate based on the deal struck between Saudi Arabia and America -- for the U.S. to buy their oil and for the Saudis to buy U.S. dollars and bonds in return -- that started a multi-decade period of oil companies (with the U.S. military machine in their pocket) bullying the world into buying U.S. dollars or getting cut off from oil and dollar supplies. But now it's over.
This is important because the petrodollar has been the overriding motivation explaining why the U.S. is involved in multiple wars in various oil dependent economies and their satellites. U.S. wars have supported the petrodollar first and foremost and this lulled many into believing that Gold no longer played a role, but recent events prove these assumptions wrong.
Goodbye petrodollar, hello gold.
Leading up to the news that the Federal Reserve would not 'taper' their bond buying (i.e, QE) program we saw a precipitous drop in the price of gold. Since I know (like others including Peter Schiff, Bill Fleckenstein, and even James Rickards who stated as much on my show Keiser Report) that the Fed cannot 'taper' at any point going forward without throwing their entire Ponzi scheme into the ditch (causing every major bank in the world to instantly collapse) it was interesting to see the price of Gold trade down before the non-taper news -- unless you know the Fed, working alongside bankers on Wall St. and the City of London -- are actively managing the price of gold (along with stocks, bonds and currencies).
The Fed (who is implicated in every recent major market rigging scandal covering Forex, energy markets and credit default swaps) knew that it would make an announcement that would cause a buying panic in gold (that they were going to debase the currency some more) -- so the Fed had to go into the market and drive the price of Gold down ahead of the announcement or risk seeing gold pop to new all-time highs of $2,000 or more.
I commented a few weeks ago that to understand the Fed you have to understand that it, along with JP Morgan and the other TBTF banks, are one giant hedge fund. And this is a huge negative for supporters of free markets who believe prices should be determined by the market -- not the Fed. Surprisingly, a few days later Warren Buffett made the same observation. He said "the Fed is the greatest hedge fund in history." For Warren, this is great. He is on the receiving end of the biggest transfer of wealth in history from workers and savers to borrowers and speculators. But for those not on the Fed's list of recipients of hundreds of billions worth of interest-free loans that never have to be paid back the fact that the Fed is a giant hedge fund is devastating. It's no coincidence that the day after the 'no tapering' (what equates to more 'food stamps for bankers' aka QE) it was announced the government is thinking about cutting actual food stamps for the non-recipients of the Fed's free money who can now expect a real 'taper' in the form of a cutback.
The huge price drop in gold before the taper announcement is the 'smoking gun' proof the Fed does exactly what Warren Buffett says they do: operate like an enormous hedge fund; making free loans to 'friends,' manipulating markets with impunity, disrupting price discovery with high powered algo trading fraud and pressuring governments to submit to various extortion schemes like Hank Paulson's TARP of 2008.
In effect, if you know what to look for, the world is on a gold standard now. The price of gold -- in terms of its role as the currency of last resort -- is telling you that the Fed Ponzi is running at full tilt and about to bust and that the ravages of having such a destructive mechanism at the heart of the economy are now unraveling.
Gold is telling you something. Are you listening?
Because even with all that hedge fund fraud effort at the Fed to keep the price of gold down, the trend of the price of gold is still up and at some point the ability to keep it down will fail and then, as Warren Buffett also said, 'Only when the tide goes out do you discover who's been swimming naked."
BlackBird136: Excellent read.....I believe it...great for us!
Be Blessed BB136
BlackBird136: I'm working on a post about the laws of attraction and positive and negative energy...
I believe Tony's intent for this forum is to have a (superfantastic) positive energy filled place to discuss dinar and the global reset...My research, still incomplete, has found a few things..
Positive statement example: Great Post, thanks for taking the time to bring it...(insert your word) Praying, hoping, wishing that it is true...
Blatant Negative statement example: Com'on, haven't we all grown tired of this stuff...where is the confirmation? Who is this guy? Why bring this here? (Other random, discounting statement backed by no research or information to support comments)
Subtle Negative statement: Thanks for bringing this, I'm going to verify this with my sources...IMHO the stuff in your post seems a bit speculative. Is anyone able to verify this? (More Passive-aggressive type statements)(no intel or research to discount statement in original post)
Neutral statement: I think the article doesn't stand for that proposition. I think it means (insert your opinion)
I think we want to try to keep the positive energy in all our posts, cause as they are typed and read, that is when the energy is generated. So when you read a negative post, for example, your energy created is negative....a single negative post tapped out by the crazyhawk (banned I hear) is read by potentially 20,000 people and their negative energy spikes when the post is read...
Whether you believe it or not, this is an event that involves the PTB...they have a strong belief in energy and the laws of attraction...and for that matter astrology, numerology and the supernatural...
So my point (and I have a post coming later about this) I believe the best kind of post is a positive post...
I say read the post, do some due diligence and then respond positively or neutrally...
Off the cuff, quick negative responses generate way too much negative energy than we want spiking from this site...
By the way, I consider this a neutral post, and I apologize for not staying positive each time..
Be Blessed BB136