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Entering The Asia Epoch

Post  Shelby on Fri May 08, 2009 11:18 pm

Just look at this website:

http://www.jobsdb.com/default.htm


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Nearly all USA gold is leaving...

Post  Shelby on Fri May 29, 2009 8:36 pm

http://financialsense.com/fsu/editorials/kirby/2009/0529.html

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A real threat to the Fed?

Post  Shelby on Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:18 am

http://financialsense.com/fsu/editorials/merk/2009/0611.html

The Federal Reserve was served a subpoena from a Congressional committee Tuesday, as lawmakers demanded documents related to Bank of America’s acquisition of Merrill Lynch. In our view, this is a precursor of more trouble to come for the Fed.

We have argued for some time that Fed Chairman Bernanke completely underestimates the political dimensions of the policies he pursues...

http://www.house.gov/apps/list/press/tx14_paul/audit.shtml

Audit the Fed Bill Reaches Crucial Benchmark

Washington, D.C. - Congressman Ron Paul's Federal Reserve Transparency Act, HR 1207, has reached and surpassed the level of 218 cosponsors in the House of Representatives, which means it is now cosponsored by a majority of the members.

The 218th cosponsor was Dennis Kucinich (OH-10), and the bill has since received its 222nd cosponsor.

“The tremendous grass-roots and bipartisan support in Congress for HR 1207 is an indicator of how mainstream America is fed up with Fed secrecy,” said Congressman Paul. “I look forward to this issue receiving greater public exposure.”

Hearings on Federal Reserve transparency are expected within the next month, as part of the Financial Services Committee's series of hearings on regulatory reform.

Hmmm...but the Senate will never let this pass, remember the first bailout bill was initially defeated by the House...but what does this mean in terms of the American public waking up?

I think this will reach a head in 2010, right about when the next phase of the crisis is getting worse:

http://financialsense.com/fsu/editorials/willie/2009/0611.html
http://www.financialsense.com/editorials/casey/2009/0528.html

By that time, I expect it will be too late for the American people to do anything about it, as chaos will follow. It will be very hard for the people to organize on a national level, once the economic chaos sets in their daily challenge to eat and survive.


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ADD: Ron Paul confirms my expectations:

http://www.prisonplanet.com/ron-paul-audit-the-fed-update.html

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Centuies old tradition

Post  Guest on Tue Jun 16, 2009 7:47 pm

I received an email from a friend of mine in the US and she is very concerned because the Obama Administration wants to change the "Pledge of loyalty".

"Secretary of Defense Robert Gates is extremely frustrated with orders that the White House is
contemplating. According to sources at the Pentagon, including all branches of the armed forces, the
Obama Administration may break with a centuries-old tradition.

A spokesman for General James Cartwright, the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
states that the Obam Administration wants to have soldiers and officers pledge a loyalty oath directly to the
office of the President, and no longer to the Constitution.


"The oath to the Constitution is as old as the document itself." the spokesman said, "At no time in
American history, not even in the Civil War, did the oath change or the subject of the oath differ.
It has always been to the Constitution." The back-and-forth between the White House and the Defense
Department was expected as President George W. Bush left office. President Obama has already signed
orders to close Guantanamo and to pull combat troops from Iraq But, this, say many at the Defense
Department, goes too far. "Technically, we can't talk about it before it becomes official policy."
the spokesman continued. "However, the Defense Department, including the Secretary, will not take
this laying down. Expect a fight from the bureaucracy and the brass." Sources at the White
House had a different point of view. In a circular distributed by White House Press Secretary Robert
Gibbs, the rationale for the change was made more clear."The President feels that the military has been too indoctrinated by the old harbingers of hate: nationalism, racism, and classism. By removing an oath to the
American society, the soldiers are less likely to commit atrocities like those at Abu Ghraib.
"We expect a lot of flak over this," the classified memo continues. "By those that would be most against it
are those looking either for attention or control." The time frame for the changes are unknown. However,
it is more likely that the changes will be made around the July 4th holiday, in order to dampen any potential
backlash. The difference in the oath will actually only be slight. The main differences will be the new phrasing.
It is expected that the oath to the Constitution will be entirely phased out within two years."


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ABC Turns Programming Over To Government

Post  Shelby on Wed Jun 17, 2009 12:12 am

http://www.prisonplanet.com/state-run-news-abc-turns-programming-over-to-government.html

...Corporate news giant imitates Communist China, Soviet Union and North Korea, blocks dissenting voices to promote Obama health care agenda...

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The dollar will end with voilence

Post  Shelby on Tue Jul 07, 2009 10:20 am

Scholarly excellent article:

http://www.kitco.com/ind/fekete/jul062009.html

Fekete wrote:"...What this means is that there is no hope for change through peaceful means. When change finally does come, it will be through violence. When the economic pain inflicted on the people reaches unbearable heights, law and order will break down, anarchy and chaos will ensue..."

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Fekete

Post  RandyH on Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:25 am

That is a great article by Fekete. Thanks for posting that Shelby.

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20 year upheavel of 4th Turning

Post  Shelby on Fri Jul 10, 2009 11:22 am

http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_08/galland070909.html

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Likely more than 73 million will die before 2025 in 4th Turning

Post  Shelby on Thu Jul 16, 2009 3:23 pm

http://financialsense.com/editorials/quinn/2009/0713.html

...Previous 4th Turnings in U.S. history have involved total war. Deaths during the American Revolutionary War were approximately 50,000. Total deaths during the Civil War were 600,000. Total deaths during World War II were 73,000,000. How many people will die during the coming Crisis? No one knows the answer in advance. An integrated global economy, combined with nuclear weapons, advanced military killing machines, terrorists, and peak oil appears to be a recipe for death on a colossal scale...

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Revolution in USA will be different than Weimer/Hilter Germany?

Post  Shelby on Wed Jul 22, 2009 2:37 pm

Jason wrote about possibility of armed rebellion in USA few times recently:

http://silverstockreport.com/2009/road2.html
http://silverstockreport.com/2009/gunshow.html
http://silverstockreport.com/2009/people.html

In my gutt, I think the American experience will be mostly unlike Weimer Germany. I think we are going to have a very fractured society. The differences between Americans are going to amplified as much, as they had been numbed as the society was bribed with debt to a common commercialized consciousness.

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Who can resist this?

Post  Shelby on Fri Jul 24, 2009 4:15 pm

http://us.cnn.com/2009/WORLD/americas/07/23/wus.warfare.remote.uav/index.html

...UAVs credited with killing more than half al Qaeda's top 20 leaders...

...There are now more than 7,000 UAVs...

...Now U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates wants more UAVs. Already he has said...the F-35...will be the last manned fighter aircraft...

...Some new drones will be as small as flies...

Revelations seems to be getting closer. Will it take 30 years to have enough of these, and a zombie core of socialized humanity to support the use of these drones to wipe out those that won't take the 666 in order to buy and sell?

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Re: Changing World Order

Post  Guest on Tue Aug 04, 2009 5:22 pm

Shelby wrote:This is not political discussion, rather a factual example of the effects of redistribution of wealth...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjwEBrAWMu4&feature=related

Wake up America!!!

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German Central Bank confirms that it's gold reserves are in New York!

Post  Shelby on Mon Aug 10, 2009 7:15 pm

Germany does not have possession of it's own gold!

http://solari.com/blog/?p=3775

So now we possibly know what Germany was making noises about months ago, when during MSC's live day with Obama, they had to clear out the reporters for a important matter with Germany.

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Destroying the States (USA and EU)

Post  Shelby on Wed Aug 12, 2009 2:17 am

Europe's problem:

http://www.frontlinethoughts.com/article.asp?id=mwo071709

...And here's the real issue. They have no Paulson and Bernanke...

...The European Central Bank, at least as of now, cannot step in and start saving individual banks. How do you save a Spanish bank and not an Austrian bank? Austria's banks have made large loans to Eastern Europe, in euros and Swiss francs, and are going to have large losses, far more than 3%, which would wipe out their capital. But bank assets in Austria are 4 times GDP. What we have are banks that are too big to save for relatively small Austria. And for Italy, Spain, Greece, et al. More on this below. For now, let's turn our eyes to Switzerland...

So in USA, the Fed is allowing the States to die from the debt implosion, and in Europe, the EU is allowing the member nations to die (many nations in EU are size of USA states).

This is the transistion to a new world order. First you have to destroy the states, then later you can merge the various regional central banks.

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look at California...

Post  dz20854 on Wed Aug 12, 2009 1:43 pm

...to see why the state level of government is now obsolete.

(1) Government finance at all levels is in a slow motion collapse. Cutbacks in funding of police, medicaid, and emergency food & shelter put lives at risk, while a byzantine duplicate and wastful system still prevails.

(2) Eliminating states would actually empower localities. The focus needs to be on promoting off-grid living, including locally produced energy and food.

(3) Counties could form partnerships with other counties based on need, not arbitrary geographical boundaries. For example, a county could join with others for a riverfront project, while joining with different counties for a mass transit project.

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re: look at Calfornia

Post  Shelby on Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:04 pm

dz20854 wrote:...to see why the state level of government is now obsolete.

(1) Government finance at all levels is in a slow motion collapse. Cutbacks in funding of police, medicaid, and emergency food & shelter put lives at risk, while a byzantine duplicate and wastful system still prevails...

Agreed.

dz20854 wrote:...(2) Eliminating states would actually empower localities. The focus needs to be on promoting off-grid living, including locally produced energy and food.

(3) Counties could form partnerships with other counties based on need, not arbitrary geographical boundaries. For example, a county could join with others for a riverfront project, while joining with different counties for a mass transit project.

This will happen to some degree, but this is not the solution for most people, thus this is not a viable competition to the new world order.

The local govt died long ago. Catherine Austin Fitts explained why (people paying 13% arbitrage on interest rates between credit cards and savings accounts sending all their local net worth and thus tax base over time to New York). Next the state level.

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Natives are getting restless

Post  Shelby on Mon Aug 24, 2009 8:35 am

Watch the very brief but emotional video of town hall meeting:

http://market-ticker.denninger.net/archives/1363-Without-Comment-None-Necessary.html

Also Celente says the American Revolution has begun:

http://www.lewrockwell.com/celente/celente11.1.html

...The first shot was fired on April 15, 2009. Over 700 anti-tax rallies and “Tea Parties” erupted nationwide. Rather than acknowledge their significance, the general media either ignored or ridiculed both protests and protestors, playing on “tea bagging” for its sexual innuendo.

Initially President Obama said he was unaware of the tea parties. The White House later warned they could “mutate” into something “unhealthy.”

Shot #2 was fired on the Fourth of July, when throngs of citizens across the nation gathered to again protest “taxation without representation.” And as before, the demonstrations were branded right-wing mischief and dismissed.

The third volley, fired in early August, was aimed point blank at Senators and House members pitching President Obama’s health care reform package to constituents. In fiery town hall meetings, enraged citizens shouted down their elected representatives. It took a strong police presence and/or burly bodyguards to preserve a safe physical space between the politicians and irate townspeople.

The White House and the media have labeled protestors “conservative fringe elements,” or as players in staged events organized by Republican operatives that have been egged on by Fox news and right-wing radio show hosts...

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Analysis of Concentration of Control in 48 Stock Markets

Post  Guest on Sun Aug 30, 2009 3:04 am

Hi Shelby,

I think you might find this interesting. I read the following piece on GlobalResearch.ca

World Stocks Controlled By Select Few
by Lauren Schenkman

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=14934

The researchers are Swiss physicists who have adapted some high end network mapping techniques/methodologies to identify the entities who have the most influence in stock markets in 48 countries. The level of concentration is, for me, mindblowing.

Here is a link to the paper the researchers published February 5, 2009.

The backbone of complex networks of corporations:
Who is controlling whom?


by J. B. Glattfelder and S. Battiston
Chair of Systems Design, ETH Zurich

http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/0902/0902.0878v1.pdf

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Somalia the example of an anarchist state

Post  Shelby on Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:57 pm

For those who think they prefer anarchy:

http://esr.ibiblio.org/?p=975 (search for "Somalia" discussion)

Also:

http://mises.org/story/2066

I've read that Somalia has some of the most beautiful African women, something about the mixing with the Persians (free markets). Perhaps as pagan/Islamists, they prefer to some extent an "eye for eye", instead of the Christian commandment "thou shall not steal". But it also sounds like they have followed that commandment internally to large extent with property rights respected, and they simply follow the Biblical principle that it is okay to charge usury (steal) from foreigners. I do know that we rarely know a place by what we read in the news, as otherwise I wouldn't be writing this from wonderfully peaceful Mindanao (supposedly the land of extreme terrorism according to mainstream propoganda). Western shared perspectives are so far warped, that they perceive (imagine) that their life is something desireable (yeah a life of sitting at a desk jail typing comments in blogs is a life?). What a joke Western people are, I am confident Somalia is a more real place to experience more human interaction and love, and a less zombified, Western lifestyle. I have actually given thought to relocating to exactly that region next (Ethiopia/Somalia). Western culture derives from the notion that scientific method is somehow more absolute or less random, than say Christianity. Well just study the Shannon-Nyquist theorem (see my recent debate at Wikipedia and successfully accepted edits), to see that we can guarantee nothing about the signal we think we are sampling, unless it is an imaginary infinite time signal, because we can never be sure we are not dealing with some Fat Tail distributed event. This whole resonance thing (shared perception) gives us a false sense of confidence that order is something permanent.

Take a read of a different outlook on reality:

http://www.coolpage.com/commentary/economic/shelby/Bell%20Curve%20Economics.html

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Obama admitted he was born in Kenya

Post  Shelby on Thu Oct 22, 2009 7:37 am

And thus not eligible to be president. The AP story from 2004 is linked within the page below:

http://silverstockreport.com/2009/world-government-lurches.html

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Flat Broke in the Free Market, by Jon Jeter...

Post  dz20854 on Wed Oct 28, 2009 6:05 pm

... is an interesting new book about Globalization.
...free market reforms of the IMF and the World Bank...
(1) Deindustrialization... nations around the world stopped making things and started buying them...
(2) Privatization...
(3) Anti-inflationary monetary policy...

The goal of globalization is the same as that for colonialism. Both of these imperialist movements exist to service the empire and service the ruling class; not in spite of what has befallen the lower and middle classes, but because of it...

Globalization in a single generation has created a transnational underclass with widened inequality, corrupted politicians, neighbors estranged from one another, unraveled families, rerouted rivers, emptied ports of ships, and streets flooded with protesters...

Response from America's political class... bailouts... creating the largest single transfer of wealth from the poor to the rich in a least a century...

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Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae(?)

Post  Guest on Thu Oct 29, 2009 1:09 am

Hi,

Not sure if the abovementioned acronyms are 100% correct but I assume that you know of whom I speak.

The GSEs are virtually the totality of the mortgage market at present and the Fed appears to be the dumping ground for all of the GSE paper that the banksters and foreign investors want to shed. (Facts, figures and cirumstantial evidence available on request.)

Q. Is one of the intended control measures to be the conversion of "homeowners" to Fed Govt tenants en masse at some point?

Q. In the process would this also facilitate the release of large tracts of land for their return to agriculture and other forms of resource extraction and re-development?

The latter question stems from a theory I am working on (ie. agriculture is the centre piece) about the post-collapse turnaround for the US once all the current forms of wealth are extracted by the PTB. Please also see my recent post about Municipal Bonds here in Economics - Inflation or Deflation?.

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Amazing Maze of 'Maes, ending with no Maize

Post  Shelby on Thu Oct 29, 2009 7:13 pm

You are talented enough to take some of these concepts and write published articles to help make them more widely known. Its good to be explain simply and to the point as I was in my last FinancialSense article about waking up landless in future. I read in Jason Hommel (SilverStockReport.com)'s private forum, that he is contemplating a new service by January 2010 that will let other newsletter writers access his 80,000 reader list.

No pressure implied (do what you want obviously), perhaps if you would like to collaborate on an article with the title above, then write up a draft, I will reply with my re-draft, then if we agree, I can get it published under my name, with you listed in the article as co-author if you want. Derringer has a lot of good information:

http://market-ticker.denninger.net/

angophera wrote:...The GSEs are virtually the totality of the mortgage market at present and the Fed appears to be the dumping ground for all of the GSE paper that the banksters and foreign investors want to shed. (Facts, figures and cirumstantial evidence available on request.)

Q. Is one of the intended control measures to be the conversion of "homeowners" to Fed Govt tenants en masse at some point?

Q. In the process would this also facilitate the release of large tracts of land for their return to agriculture and other forms of resource extraction and re-development?...

I was published about land recently:

He Who Owns The Right Of Way... by Shelby Moore III

Shelby wrote:...The land of the States may be vast, but I suppose we are approaching much greater than 50% to be owned by the federal government, central bank, corporations, and by the wealthiest. Americans will likely soon wake up to see that they are trespassing and enslaved in the vast land they thought was impervious to foreign invasion...

angophera wrote:...The latter question stems from a theory I am working on (ie. agriculture is the centre piece) about the post-collapse turnaround for the US once all the current forms of wealth are extracted by the PTB. Please also see my recent post about Municipal Bonds here in Economics - Inflation or Deflation?.

Refer to the other thread, Trivillions of Quadillars and No Private Ownership (=Socialism).

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Thanks For The Encouragement

Post  Guest on Fri Oct 30, 2009 7:03 am

Hi Shelby,

Thank you for the offer of collaboration. I take it as a high compliment given the standard of your articles. Up to now I have tended to be somewhat overawed by the high standard of material produced by the best of the bloggers and in some of the forums.

On the other hand I wouldn't be in gold and silver if others had not taken the risk to their reputation and ego inherent in publishing and trying to educate people. Perhaps as a starting point I will try to develop a piece that targets people in the mindset I was in when I first started to really understand how corrupt the whole system is. This might help to provide some people with "shortcuts" in their learning curve. I'll give this and your suggestion some more thought.

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US China Technology Transfer

Post  Guest on Fri Oct 30, 2009 8:38 am

Picked the following link up from a Guest post in comments on an article at:

http://economicedge.blogspot.com/2009/10/martin-armstrong-is-america-on-verge-of.html

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"The Obama Administration has put on a full court press to bribe China into continued support of our uncontrollable Debt."

"EXCLUSIVE: Obama loosens missile technology controls to China

By Bill Gertz

President Obama recently shifted authority for approving sales to China of missile and space technology from the White House to the Commerce Department -- a move critics say will loosen export controls and potentially benefit Chinese missile development. (My insertion of bold type.)

The president issued a little-noticed "presidential determination" Sept. 29 that delegated authority for determining whether missile and space exports should be approved for China to Commerce Secretary Gary Locke.

Commerce officials say the shift will not cause controls to be loosened in regards to the export of missile and space technology.

Eugene Cottilli, a spokesman for Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security, said under new policy the U.S. government will rigorously monitor all sensitive exports to China.

The presidential notice alters a key provision of the 1999 Defense Authorization Act that required that the president notify Congress whether a transfer of missile and space technology to China would harm the U.S. space-launch industry or help China's missile programs.

The law was passed after a late-1990s scandal involving the U.S. companies Space Systems/Loral and Hughes Electronics Corp. Both companies improperly shared technology with China and were fined $20 million and $32 million, respectively, by the State Department after a U.S. government investigation concluded that their know-how was used to improve China's long-range nuclear missiles.

Section 1512 of the 1999 law requires the president to certify to Congress in advance of any missile equipment or technology exports to China that the export will not harm the U.S. space-launch industry and that "missile equipment or technology, including any indirect technical benefit that could be derived from such export, will not measurably improve the missile or space launch capabilities of the People's Republic of China."

The new policy appears aimed at increasing U.S.-China space cooperation, which has been limited since the Loral and Hughes case. It follows the Chinese military's test of an anti-satellite missile that produced potentially dangerous space junk after the missile destroyed a Chinese weather satellite in a January 2007 test."

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...-ring-2059116/

One of the questions that has guided my thinking and research over the last few years has been:

Q. What can/must the USA faction of the PTB extract from the USA and offer to the Chinese PTB (and other PTB factions) to buy their continued support of the "system" while they take their plans to completion?

One of the answers I come up with is Technology. (Some of the others include Real Estate (but on a continental scale -think Africa, Agriculture, Commodities and some others. However, these three are the main ones.)

This thinking is all part of the "what comes after" theory that I am developing which I alluded to in two earlier posts where I mentioned Agriculture.

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