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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle September 23 2021 #87885
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    “reporting all $600 transactions effectively makes all transactions over $600 “electronic”, doesn’t it?”

    Indeed, and i would also suspect that this would only add costs to any bank that is small. The better to create mergers for the larger ones!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 23 2021 #87882
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    everytime you pay the rent the IRS will be notified!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 23 2021 #87881
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    Has anyone read about the 600 dollar transaction limit that banks must report to the IRS that is part of the new “infrastructure” bill? Its currently 10 grand, but lowering the limit to 600 will help to make the wealthy pay their fair share? Everything is “newspeak” these days. They also had a portion in the bill where all new cars must have sensors which will detect if you are drunk driving and the car can be shutdown. Everything is always for your own good, it would be easier to swallow if from time to time the wealthy and powerful were held to the same standards as the peons 😉

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 23 2021 #87875
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    https://www.the-sun.com/news/3707195/new-covid-variant-kentucky-nursing-home-mutations-virus-antibodies/

    Uh huh. How could that be? I would imagine everyone in the nursing home was vaxxed. Unless your goal of vaxxing during a “pandemic” was to create more variants. Thank god we only have the most selfless, moral, and honorable people in charge of this shit show 😉

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 23 2021 #87865
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    “My point is if operation pandemic is designed to usher in a great reset, then the virus is “designed” not to go away until all the real tangible wealth has been transferred and the digital-paper mirage collapses. I’ve written about this before. What prolongs the crisis? The variants. Who is making the variants? Look not to the narrative and propaganda designed to distract you on both sides (unvaccinated vs. vaccinated), but at the data. Watch the most vaccinated countries and where the variants and surges are occurring. Keep in mind, though, that data can be easily manipulated. Also, take a look at the historical studies on antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE). I’m not a scientist but I’ve heard several doctors say (not on mainstream media) that you should never vaccinate during a pandemic for this very reason. I plead ignorance on the science—I don’t know. But I do know that something is very wrong in all of this.”

    The Purpose-Driven Pandemic: What is it here for?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 23 2021 #87863
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 22 2021 #87804
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    “In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.”

    Franklin Roosevelt

    I mean we do live in a political economy, though we don’t call it that anymore. Can this quote be extended to that?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 22 2021 #87803
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    President of Haiti assassinated, still not known by whom
    Haiti then suffers an earthquake
    Now we have 15,000 at the southern border, how did they get to the southern border?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 22 2021 #87792
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    This is not a sign of pandemic, this is a sign of collapse

    “It feels like we no longer live in the country that came together after 9/11. How do we get that back?”

    You don’t. The best way to go about it would be to decentralize and give more power to the people and less to corporate hierarchies, but that won’t be done. Instead they’ll push for even more centralization and attempt to tighten their grip. Instead, like a person hanging from a ledge of a tall building by their fingers, one by one each finger will slip. The question to you my fellow readers, is how will you react? As you have during covid, begging that they take more power and control? Or recognizing that isn’t the answer and taking more power and control for yourself?

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/america-lost-culture-afghanistan-withdrawal-9-11-met-gala-elites-culture-wars-woke-11631831470?mod=hp_opin_pos_4

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 22 2021 #87789
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 22 2021 #87787
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 22 2021 #87786
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    Funny, up until the month of august i didn’t know a single person with covid. Now everyone who avoided it for over a year is suddenly catching it.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 20 2021 #87653
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    “Make your peace.
    Enjoy your life.
    Death will still be your ending.”

    Indeed, i feel the same way about covid 😉

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 20 2021 #87642
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 20 2021 #87638
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    Fīat jūstitia ruat cælum

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 20 2021 #87637
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    “buckle under and squish the desperate proles who’ll pay for the clean up.”

    That was always going to be the case, deflation is deflation of everything. Me, i trust chaos more then those who have been calling the shots from 9/11/2001 thru 9/20/2021

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 20 2021 #87635
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    Something tells me this wouldn’t cut it these days 😉

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 20 2021 #87633
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    Hope you’re correct Raul, nothing would please me more then watching the corrupt finance system buckle under the weight of all its lies. Would be interesting to see how they spin that.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 20 2021 #87630
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    Evergrande is said to have 300 billion in debt……… the fed prints that in two and a half days, and has been since march 2020.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 16 2021 #87308
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    A point someone else made: AOC was gifted the 35,000 ticket to the event, which is taxable as in she should pay taxes on that. wonder if she will?

    A second thought: What person who can gift 35,000 would be supporting someone who was actually serious about “taxing the rich”?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 16 2021 #87304
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    @zerosum

    Yeah my cousin got into trouble with credit cards in college. Turning 18 isn’t about voting, its about the spigot of debt being opened up to you. In todays society, if you want to do something revolutionary, get out of debt 😉

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 16 2021 #87301
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    thought this was rather good:

    “People are pointing to the current crisis in China as a replay of the Lehman debacle 13 years ago, but in reality, it is a continuation of it. Starting in the 1980’s, the people actually in charge of the world began to transition the global economy away from an asset based system to a credit based system. The great debt explosion that ensued took many forms and the rise of China was one aspect. Without the massive growth in global debt, China’s growth would have been impossible.

    The thing with debt is that it has to eventually be repaid. That means there is a hard limit to the amount of debt that can be generated. A system based on the assumption that debt can expand forever will naturally end in a crisis when that that assumption runs into the reality of the debt limit. In this regard, Lehman, the mortgage crisis and now the Evergrande crisis should be seen as warning tremors. One day soon there will be no way to paper over one of these crises.

    Step back and look at what has happened over the last half century and what you see is an effort to mitigate the demographic decline of the West. The reason China was so attractive to the West is she was full of young people. China’s utility to the West is in decline because she is rapidly getting old. The massively complex system that is the Western financial modern is just a way to turn the youth of other societies into cash for the Western welfare state. Their vigor is our safety net.

    The trouble is the system drains the vitality of all those exposed to it. Japan was the first example of a formerly fecund society drained of its youth and vitality by exposure to the Western economic model. Korea soon followed. Now we see all of the same signs in China as she nears the end of her economic cycle. The only place left with lots of young people is Africa, but even the scheming of Western elites will never be enough to conquer the dark continent in this way.

    In this context, what is happening in China is a sign that the system of endless credit expansion is really the implementation of a system that converts civilizational vigor into cash for a tiny minority. The natural limit on the expansion of credit is set by the limit of young people available to be consumed. China’s future was written in her one child policy and ultimately that would set the end times for the West. Once we run out of kids to convert to credit, the plates stop spinning.”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 16 2021 #87287
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    “So please. Explain again how it was the fault of the unvaccinated? Illinois is right at about 50-50 in terms of vaccinated vs unvaxxed, so statistically it is at least as likely she caught it from a vaccinated spreader”

    As the archdruid likes to state: This is the death of the religion of progress. The vaccines represent progress and thus can not have any flaws. You getting the jab is your affirmation to the religion of progress. People generally don’t do well when their religion dies 😉

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 16 2021 #87286
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 15 2021 #87235
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    @Bill7

    Yeah why get worked up over her dress? She’s been proven a fake time and time again. I remember arguing that back at NC when she first came on the scene. Something struck me funny about her being on the cover of Vogue after winning her election. People who want to “Tax the Rich” don’t go on the cover of Vogue. They wouldn’t listen then, those people are truly charlie brown.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 15 2021 #87234
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    Sometimes i wonder: If we’d never shutdown in 2020, would we have noticed? I didn’t get sick until August this year and didn’t know anyone who was sick thru out all of 2020. Was the shutdown just another facet of keeping people from getting together and talking, making the biggly claims the corps and media were making more “real”? Is staying rich and powerful worth ruining so many lives? History would suggest most at the top would say yes.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 15 2021 #87228
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    They’ve already proved that half the country will beg for their “leadership” because of the “pandemic”, now imagine people don’t have electricity, food, gasoline? Who will you hang with? The soyboys in the city or the people in the country who just happen to be a bit more independent? Assuming they let you hang with them.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 15 2021 #87223
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    This is what happens when you’re sane and you don’t consider that maybe they do want society to fall apart?

    https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=243592

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 15 2021 #87208
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    Maybe they should just leave people alone? But as Dr. D loves to point out, they just can’t do that. Nor can they win arguments against those who argue against jabs, so they resort to gaslighting. One of the com mentors mentioned trust and i agree 100%. Pointed that out last spring/summer. The goal of the media was to destroy trust in my opinion and who do they get their marching orders from?

    Forceful Vaccine Messages Backfire With Holdouts – How Can It Be Done Better?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 15 2021 #87207
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    thought this was a good quote, hat tip jessiescafeamerican

    “They support freedom for themselves and slavery for everyone else, and they use the freedom of the market to disguise this. Economic coercion is just a different form of force.”

    Robert Peate

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 15 2021 #87199
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    Got cash?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 15 2021 #87198
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    Evergrande defaults and only 15 days until October

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 14 2021 #87157
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    worth a listen

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 14 2021 #87150
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    “Who the fuck are you to be giving someone advice on how to parent their children.”

    Someone who loves slavery to corporations and .gov!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 14 2021 #87134
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    Perhaps the same was happening here? I wouldn’t see why not, i mean everything else they did last year was so globally coordinated.

    https://moneycircus.substack.com/p/matt-hancock-and-the-midazolam-touch

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 14 2021 #87131
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    How many of all those deaths that the media likes to cite everyday to drum up more fear were due to only covid? Come on, i know some of you have looked at the stats 😉

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 14 2021 #87130
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    “Big Lie in the Big Stats”

    Anything that comes out of their mouths. Question for everyone: In your life i’m sure you’ve stopped interacting with people who always try to take advantage of you and lie. Why do you still trust the top 1% in this country and the lower 9% that serve them?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 13 2021 #87060
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    thought this was good:

    “Pandemic of the unvaccinated” has emerged as an expression of propaganda meant to provoke anger toward those who exercise medical choice in deferring or refusing the experimental vaccine. It is meant to isolate, shame, and humiliate anyone who will not agree to surrender medical autonomy to the state. It intentionally divides Americans against one another while simultaneously distracting attention from the medical reality of poor vaccine efficacy and vaccine harm. The expression is devoid of scientific meaning but full of coercive psychological power. It must be challenged.”

    Covid’s Willing Executioners

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 11 2021 #86887
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    ““The common denominator is fear. All power is based on fear. The Powers That Be love terror and they love pandemics because it allows them to force conformity on society that is not to the good.””

    https://moneycircus.substack.com/p/covid-points-to-911-perpetrators

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 10 2021 #86845
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    Wait wait don’t tell me, it’ll be called…………… a once in a lifetime event

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