Friday, August 30, 2013

25 things every American should know about Obama and his evil intentions and war with Syria

1. Barack Obama, during an interview with Charlie Savage on December 20, 2007: "The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation."

2. Joe Biden, during a television interview in 2007: "The president has no constitutional authority ... to take this nation to war ... unless we're attacked or unless there is proof we are about to be attacked. And if he does, if he does, I would move to impeach him."

3. U.S. Representative Ted Poe: "Mr. President, you must call Congress back from recess immediately to take a vote on a military strike on Syria. Assad may have crossed a red line but that does not give you the authority to redline the Constitution."

4. U.S. Representative Kurt Schrader: "I see no convincing evidence that this is an imminent threat to the United States of America."

5. U.S. Representative Barbara Lee: "While we understand that as commander-in-chief you have a constitutional obligation to protect our national interests from direct attack, Congress has the constitutional obligation and power to approve military force, even if the United States or its direct interests (such as its embassies) have not been attacked or threatened with an attack."

6. The New York Times: "American officials said Wednesday there was no 'smoking gun' that directly links President Bashar al-Assad to the attack, and they tried to lower expectations about the public intelligence presentation."

7. U.S. Senator Rand Paul: "The war in Syria has no clear national security connection to the United States and victory by either side will not necessarily bring in to power people friendly to the United States."

8. U.S. Senator Tim Kaine: "I definitely believe there needs to be a vote."

9. Donald Rumsfeld: "There really hasn’t been any indication from the administration as to what our national interest is with respect to this particular situation."

10. Robert Fisk: "If Barack Obama decides to attack the Syrian regime, he has ensured – for the very first time in history – that the United States will be on the same side as al-Qa’ida."

11. Former congressman Dennis Kucinich: "So what, we’re about to become al-Qaeda’s air force now?"

12. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem: "We have two options: either to surrender, or to defend ourselves with the means at our disposal. The second choice is the best: we will defend ourselves."

13. A Syrian Army officer: "We have more than 8,000 suicide martyrs within the Syrian army, ready to carry out martyrdom operations at any moment to stop the Americans and the British. I myself am ready to blow myself up against US aircraft carriers to stop them attacking Syria and its people."

14. Khalaf Muftah, a senior Ba'ath Party official: "We have strategic weapons and we’re capable of responding."

15. An anonymous senior Hezbollah source: "A large-scale Western strike on Syria will plunge Lebanon virtually and immediately into the inferno of a war with Israel."

16. Ali Larjiani, the speaker of the Iranian parliament: "...the country which has been destroyed by the terrorists during the past two years will not sustain so much damage as the warmongers will receive in this war."

17. Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei: "Starting this fire will be like a spark in a large store of gunpowder, with unclear and unspecified outcomes and consequences"

18. General Mohammad Ali Jafari, chief of Iran's Revolutionary Guards: (an attack on Syria) "means the immediate destruction of Israel."

19. Israeli President Shimon Peres: "Israel is not and has not been involved in the civil war in Syria, but if they try to hurt us, we will respond with full force."

20. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: "We are not part of the civil war in Syria, but if we identify any attempt whatsoever to harm us, we will respond and we will respond in strength."

21. The Jerusalem Post: "The lines between Hezbollah and the Syrian regime are so blurred that Israel will hold Damascus responsible if Hezbollah bombards Israel in the coming days, Israeli officials indicated on Wednesday."

22. Ron Paul: "The danger of escalation with Russia is very high"

23. Pat Buchanan: "The sole beneficiary of this apparent use of poison gas against civilians in rebel-held territory appears to be the rebels, who have long sought to have us come in and fight their war."

24. Retired U.S. General James Mattis: "We have no moral obligation to do the impossible and harm our children’s future because we think we just have to do something."

25. Syrian refugee Um Ahmad: "Isn't it enough, all the violence and fighting that we already have in the country, now America wants to bomb us, too?"

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Miley the slut Cyrus

She is a disgrace to not only the white race, but the entire human race ...

Caution: not suitable for children

Syria Nerve Gas Attack kills 1,300

Syria's darkest hour: Hundreds of children's bodies piled high after nerve gas attack near Damascus leaves up to 1,300 dead

  • Activists claim 1,300 killed in government rocket strike on residential area
  • If true, it would represent the worst known use of chemical weapons since  Saddam Hussein gassed thousands of Kurds in the town of Halabja in 1988
  • Chemical warheads hit suburbs of Ain Tarma, Zamalka and Jobar
  • They hit just before dawn as families lay sleeping
  • A UN team is in Syria to probe chemical weapons use by President Assad
  • Many countries have called for an immediate investigation
  • French Foreign Minister has called the attack an 'unprecedented atrocity'
  • William Hague said hopes attack will 'wake up some' who support Assad
  • Claims come as refugees flood into Iraqi Kurdistan

Caution: lots of dead bodies including children are shown.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Homeland Security Employee Is Preparing for a Coming Race War

A Department of Homeland Security employee who works on, among other things, the procurement of guns and ammunition for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, spends his nights and weekends preparing for a coming race war and advocating for anti-gay causes, according to a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center. Meet Ayo Kimathi, a.k.a. “the Irritated Genie," who told his bosses at the DHS that his anti-white, anti-gay site, "War is on the Horizon," was just an entertainment site that sells concert and lecture videos. 
You see, DHS employees, even those with office jobs like Kimathi's, have to get outside activities approved by their supervisors, according to the SPLC. Kimathi's former supervisor told the watchdog group, which tracks hate speech and groups in the U.S., that despite her former employee's banal description of his extracurricular activities, the actual content of the site left her "stunned." She continued: “To see the hate, to know that he is a federal employee, it bothered me." She added that had Kimathi's site been accurately described to the agency, there's no way the DHS would have signed off on it. Possibly to keep his bosses from looking up his work, Kimathi used only the site's acronym, WOH, in his permission request. In addition to his involvement in the purchase of ICE supplies, Kimathi also had a public profile for the agency, speaking at vendor events. As "Irritated Genie," Kimathi also has a public profile as a black supremacist advocate.
The content of Kimathi's advocacy demands some clarification. In some (white, conservative) circles, the term "black supremacist"  is applied with a very wide brush. Black supremacy was the implication of Maine Governor Paul LePage's reported comments that President Obama "hates white people," for instance. Kimathi's site is not in this vein of this imagined threat — on the contrary, War on the Horizon calls Obama a "a treasonous mulatto scum dweller," and lists him among the movement's enemies (also on the list? Oprah Winfrey, Whoopi Goldberg, and Condoleezza Rice, among others) Instead, the DHS employee advocates for:
  • The mass murder of white people. His site says, "warfare is eminent, and in order for Black people to survive the 21st century, we are going to have to kill a lot of whites – more than our christian hearts can possibly count."
  • A conspiracy theory arguing that white people are trying to "homosexualize" black men in order to make them more effeminate and therefore weaker. As part of this, Kimathi, praises a series of laws in some African countries that criminalize LGBT behavior and people. Kimathi also advocates for the supremacy of black men above black women — he offers tips on his site, for instance, "to help every Black woman in the world understand what she needs to do to keep a strong Black man happy." 
Conservatives don't tend to be fans of the Southern Poverty Law Center: this is the same group that labeled The American Family Association and pretty much the entire anti-Islam movement as hate groups. But their report seems primed to stoke the fires of a set of American conservatives who already believe the DHS is hoarding ammunition (contrary to the evidence), either to build a secret army, or to prevent gun owners from accessing it. 

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

6 Myths of Inflation

(Six myths regarding inflation and hyperinflation in the USA!)

Silver Stock Report

by Jason Hommel, August 20th, 2013

1.  As the currency goes down, everything else goes up at roughly the same rate.  Not true.
2.  The law today will be the law tomorrow during hyperinflation.  Not true.
3.  I'll be able to ride it out here in the back woods of Colorado or Alabama during hyperinflation.  Maybe, and maybe not.
4.  There is no risk of inflation when the bigger risk is deflation.  Not true.
5.  The dollar will not go down in value, because everyone who owes dollars has a short position on the dollar that must be covered.  Not true.
6.  The amount of currency must expand to have an expanding economy.  Not true.
1.  As the currency goes down, everything else goes up at roughly the same rate.  Not true.   Or, in other words, if bread goes up ten times in price, and if silver goes up ten times in price, it does not matter what I buy, and does no good to buy silver...  Not true.  Put $100,000 into bread, try to find the storage place to store it, and watch your investment turn moldy before your very eyes!  Or else, keep your money in cash, and watch 90% or more of the value vanish.  Silver going up at the same rate of bread is still 100% better than buying bread, and ten times better than cash!
In the last twenty years, fruit prices for apples and oranges have been a steady $1-2 per pound.  But silver has moved from a low of $5 to a high of $50, and back to $23 today.  Silver prices have already dramatically outperformed the price of fruit over the last decade.
It has been mostly true that for most hyperinflations, that the price of things as denominated in foreign currency, has been somewhat stable.  But the other hyperinflations will be significantly different from the inflation in the US, because of the size of the US economy, and by the education level of the populace, and by the options available.  As there was hyperinflation in zimbabwe, consider... how many coin shops were there in zimbabwe offering silver to their people?  None?  There are 4500 coin shops across the USA!  And then there is the difference in buying power.  The people of the USA have enough money, and enough buying power, to significantly change the world market price of silver, but not the people of Zimbabwe!  There is barely $2 billion worth of annual investment demand for silver.  When the people of the USA decide they want silver, and can actually buy it, silver demand will actually significantly increase, and it will really move the silver price, and it already has!
But consider also.  Merchants raise their prices at different rates, such as whenever they feel like it.  There is no national governmental council board directing industrialists and capitalists and businessmen on when to raise prices to devalue the currency that government prints! 
Some express another version of this myth.  They say, "it does not matter what asset I buy to protect myself from inflation; housing, stocks and bonds, all are assets, and all will go up at similar enough rates."  Not true.  Bond values collapse as interest rates rise to match the inflation rate.  Housing values collapse if there is capital flight and too many liberal policies in government, such as happened in Detroit.  Stock values collapse if tax rates go sky high or during nationalist confiscations or socialization or communism, or even by bankruptcy!  And we have seen all of that in this past decade alone during this bull market in silver and gold!
The point is that silver and gold will outperform nearly all other things.  Monetary demand will not flow into food items.  Monetary demand will not flow into bonds that are being sold due to rising interest rates.  Monetary demand will flow into silver and gold, the only forms of true money.  People will not be buying cowrie shells by the tens of billions of dollars.  People will not be buying beaver pelts by the tens of billions of dollars.  They will buy silver and gold.  Like they always do when they can, and should.
2.  The law today will be the law tomorrow during hyperinflation.  Not true.  Laws will change dramatically as the goverments collapse, and can get much worse, or much better, after a change in government or liberty led revolution.  This is why I consider education, specifically political education on the topics of freedom, liberty, and libertarian ideals, to be as important, if not more important, than advocating the purchase of silver bullion to protect yourself from inflation.  But yes, buy silver bullion too!  This way, the owners of the wealth of tomorrow will be more able to form a more free socity in the future after the demise of the current forms of government around the world that rely on paper money for the source of their power.
3.  I'll be able to ride it out here in the back woods of Colorado or Alabama during hyperinflation.  Maybe, and maybe not.  Many times, most of the wealthy people are forced to flee the country before or as things are really deteriorating.  Many fled communist China and ended up in Hong Kong.  Many fled Nazi Germany, even officers in the military, as depicted in the classic movie "The Sound of Music".  God's great grand plan might be for most people to flee to Israel.  Israel is said to grow rich in gold and silver in the time of the end.  Ezekiel 38.  Zechariah 14.  So, again, buy silver and gold!  But remember, that might not be enough.
4.  There is no risk of inflation when the bigger risk is deflation.  Not true.  Deflation is a non existent risk when government prints money to bail out the banks.  Deflation only happens when banks fail, and when deposits go "poof" and vanish with the failing bank.  Banks may be failing, and are failing, and are often merged into larger banks.  But no depositors deposits are going "poof" and vanishing! 
The entire point of there even being a Federal Reserve is to prevent deflation, and they do.  They do more than that, they create inflation.  Deflation only happens when there is a gold standard, and when there is not enough gold to back up the deposits.  Then, the total amount of "currency" can go down, back down the the limited amount of gold.  But deflation cannot happen when on demand deposits are not backed by gold, and they are not today.  Instead, if people want gold or silver, they have to go to a bullion dealer, and when they buy silver and gold, they cause the value of their dollars to go down and gold and silver go up, which is the exact opposite of deflation, which would happen when they go to the bank and redeem their deposits for gold.
5.  The dollar will not go down in value, because everyone who owes dollars has a short position on the dollar that must be covered.  Not true.  Defaults happen!  People actually fail to repay their debts!  Can you imagine that?!
Yes, the Federal Reserve bails out banks to prevent their failures.  But who bails out individuals who must pay down debt?  Nobody.  When they fail to repay debt, it's the lenders who lose, but when those lenders are the banks who get bailed out, then no deflationary forces take place.  Furthermore, look at the nature of this argument.  Is debt like a short position on dollars?  No, it's not.  Consider the differences.  The investor who puts on a short position in futures markets must deliver or buy it back, or their brokerage must, or the exchange must.  A person or nation who owes dollars does not have two other wealthy and solvent entities who have signed on as co-lenders to securitize the debt. 
Also, most dollar denominated debt is collateralized, such as by housing.  In contrast, a short position in the silver market does not necessarily have the corresponding silver to back it up.
Also, consider who is short silver.  It's the banks.  They will not likely be able to ever buy the ten years worth of annual production of silver to give to people who are content to let the large banks store their non existant silver for them.  Since the banks know they will not be able to cover, they never will.  They may cover some shorts in the futures market from time to time to create extra volatility, and to earn an extra income from moving the market around, but they will never call up all their silver depositors and say, hey, we are delivering your silver to you for free, and now it's up to you to store it yourself!  Never.  But the people might wake up, and either demand delivery, or cash out, and buy silver elsewhere.
And who is short dollars, or in dollar debt?  Many nations around the world?  Many cities?  Many states?  Many of these are soverign entities who have the right and duty to their prople to default and not pay dollars.  Many have defaulted already.  Many have the legal right to declare bankruptcy, and they will.  Did Argentina move heaven and earth to buy dollars?  No. They defaulted and devalued their currency.  Same thing will happen all over.  Debts are not always paid, they are often defaulted, bankrupted, or simply not paid.
Dollar denominated debts that are not paid do not prop up the dollar.  They devalue the dollar, because they drive up interest rates as bond values crash. 
6.  The amount of currency must expand to have an expanding economy.  Not true.  This is a lie!  The value of money can go up as the economy expands.  In fact, that is exactly what took place in America for over 100 years, from 1776 to 1913.  There was consistent deflation at about 2% per year, and America grew from nearly nothing to becoming the powerhouse of the world that won World War I!  All on deflation!  Deflation is the natural birthright of increased productivity.  As productivity goes up, prices go down.  This is not a function of money, but rather, something that masks the hidden forces of inflation. 
I absolutely hate the simple myth in the gold community that an ounce of gold has always been worth about the price of a man's suit.  Utter nonsense!  By the time machines could make clothes, the value of a man's suit came way down!  For over 100 years, gold was $21.66/oz.!  Here is evidence online that it was $3-6 for a man's suit in 1903.
Another way this myth is stated, is that if gold itself expands at 2% or less, then businesses, on average, cannot expand more than 2% growth rates, and thus, nobody would ever invest money into the economy and thus, there would be no economic growth.  Well, the experience of the United States from 1776 to 1913 is proof that this is not true. 
Simply because the average returns are 2% does not mean that nobody would ever invest.  Some businesses make more, others make less.  Some businesses lose money.  Yes, losses actually take place, and yes, some businesses go bankrupt!  That creates more opportunities for others who can buy things at distressed prices, and other businesses who no longer have to compete against failing businesses!
If the 2% investing rule were true, nobody would ever buy bonds that pay less than 2%!  Yet many people in today's world do exactly that!  And I would wager that everyone who buys bonds that pay less than 2% is not actually even getting 2%, but rather, they are actually losing money, because that's so much lower than the real inflation rate, yet people continue to choose to make decisions that guarantee an economic loss, because that seems safer than earning nothing in cash, and safer to them than "volatile silver" or "mysterious barbaric gold".
This kind of argument is so stupid, it's like the argument that looks at the failure rates for restaurants, and concludes that based on the failure rates that nobody would ever open up a restaruant business.  But look out into the world, and you can see that restaurants exist!  Sometimes, I don't like wasting time refuting arguments that are such completely and utterly nonsense, but my own failure is that I sometimes fail to realize that not everyone can see what seems so easy to see for me. 
Likewise, look out into the real world.  Are people in the USA increasingly buying silver for investment purposes?  Yes, they are!  Maybe not any one of your 1000 friends, because current rates are about $1 out of every $3000 is going into silver per year.  But the stats show that more and more people are buying silver.  For 15 years, the US Mint sold no more than ten million ounces of silver eagles per year.  This year, they are on pace to sell over 40 million ounces of silver! 
So, why do these myths persist?  Because the Federal Reserve has a very lucrative monopoly on the right to print money out of thin air.  This deception must be sold, and re-sold, again and again.  They must denigrate, disparage, and slander gold and silver at every turn.  They pay people to make these myths become reality, both in the news, and in the universities.  Their best paid spokesmen are the ones who have simply been deceived, and who re-tell these myths because they honestly believe them in the bottom of their heart.  That happens.  It's the blind leading the blind.  Hey, if you paid a $400,000 for eight years of college education to get a doctorate in economics to learn these myths, you might believe them, too.  After all, consider the alternative; that you or your family paid nearly half a million to learn lies?!  That might be harder to admit than the truth!
(Sorry, the cost of a year at Harvard is now estimated at $65,000.  There has been inflation.  So, that, times 8 years, is $520,000, and by eight years from now, it will probably be even more...)
Now this was a list of myths regarding hyperinflation, mostly refuting the nonsense that "it can't happen here". 
It can.  It has.  It will.
If the money masters were all powerful, gold would remain at $21.66 per ounce!  The fact that gold prices are over $1300 shows that the price manipulators, or price liars, are failing!
There are plenty of reasons why it must happen here.
The more of anything there is, the less it's worth.
All frauds fail.
Money printing is theft.
Theft is an unsustainable economic system.
Socialism works only so long as there are people to steal from.
The US Government is spending $1 trillion more per year than they are collecting in taxes.  That's $1000 billion.  That's the same as one million million dollars! 
I hope I have given you more than 6 reasons to buy silver and gold.  Actually, more like a million million reasons!
You can still buy silver today, and you should!
By the time 1% of the population of the USA, or 1% of the wealth sitting in the banks tries to protect itself from inflation and buy silver, the price of silver will be headed over $500 dollars per ounce.  The math is rather simple.  There is only about 700 million ounces produced each year, and most of that is purchased by industry.  There might be a maximum of 300 million ounces of silver newly available at any price for new investors.  Thus, 1% of money in the banks is about $180 billion.  So the price is $180,000 million / 300 million, which is $1800/3, or $600/oz.
As I see it, the price you pay for silver is like an IQ test for our econmic era.  Anyone getting silver under $500/oz., is in the top 1% on the Silver IQ test, and is about three standard deviations above the mean smarter than everyone else!  Therefore, consider how smart you must be to be buying silver today! 

Saturday, August 17, 2013

U.S. Army Buys Nearly 600,000 Soviet AK-47 Magazines

Each fully loaded, magazines combined hold almost 18,000,000 rounds.
Kit Daniels
August 16, 2013

The U.S. Army is buying almost 600,000 Soviet AK-47 magazines, enough to hold nearly 18,000,000 rounds of 7.62x39mm ammo which is not standard-issue for either the U.S. military or NATO.
All the magazines combined weight more than the operating weight of a C-5 Galaxy. Credit: USAF
All the magazines combined weigh more than the operating weight of a C-5 Galaxy. Credit: USAF
A U.S. Army solicitation on the Federal Business Opportunities site asks for approximately 592,825 new AK 30-round magazines.
The solicitation even refers to the magazines as being for “non-standard weapons.”
More specifically, they are for the AK-47 designed by the Soviet Union at the start of the Cold War, which is now commonly used by opposition forces in proxy wars around the world.
This magazine order is an astronomical amount.
Assuming an individual, unloaded magazine weight of 0.95 pounds, all of these magazines combined weigh more than the operating weight of a Lockheed Martin C-5 Galaxy, one of the largest aircraft in the world.
The C-5 Galaxy wouldn’t even be able to carry all of these magazines. Two trips would be necessary.
To put it in another perspective, all these magazines combined weigh more than seven 18-wheelers each carrying the maximum legal load of 8,000 pounds.
The U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) made the request for the immense amount of magazines, which seems excessive for only research and development purposes.
Chances are these magazines will end up in one of the numerous conflicts around the world.
This isn’t the first time that the federal government has made massive bulk purchases of guns, gun parts, and ammunition which are extremely popular with private gun owners but not in NATO use.
Last month, we reported that the army bought 2,550,000 live rounds of 7.62x39mm ammo.
The army is storing a portion of the ammo at Camp Stanley in Boerne, Texas, which is also supposedly a CIA outpost.
The Obama-backed Syria rebels could definitely use the 7.62x39mm for their AKs, especially considering that Congress has already cleared the CIA to openly ship munitions to them.
In 2012, ARDEC looked for a vendor who could “reach around the world at any given moment to gather and provide multiple types of weapons and weapon parts.”
The weapons requested included both foreign non-standard and obsolete U.S. military weapons, such as the aforementioned AK-47, 1911s and M1903 Springfields.
Expect to see even more large orders for “non-standard” ammunition in the future.
Below is a video on AK-47 magazines:
This article was posted: Friday, August 16, 2013 at 10:57 am