Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Warren Buffet got a lot of money for selling his soul to Satan, but his brain is still a turd

Warren Buffett on Gold

(vs. Hommel on Gold!)

Silver Stock Report

by Jason Hommel, September 24, 2013

Warren Buffet explained why he does not see the value in gold in his annual report from 2011.
It was republished by ivanhoff, and came to my attention last week, which gave me this occasion to respond.   Here I go.
The second major category of investments involves assets that will never produce anything, but that are purchased in the buyer’s hope that someone else – who also knows that the assets will be forever unproductive – will pay more for them in the future. Tulips, of all things, briefly became a favorite of such buyers in the 17th century.
Buffett is claiming that Gold's value exists only because other people will buy it.  True.  True of all assets.  And this is exactly why gold is a good thing, because of all things, gold is most likely to be valuable in more places to more people than nearly any other item that you can consider, precisely because it is money.  But Buffett presents this as a bad thing, calling gold "unproductive".  Well, let's see, how is gold productive?  It can go up in value, just like stocks or bonds or housing, or any other asset.  People recognize that gold has value not because it gains value, but because it does not decay or rot or go bad.  Food makes a horrible form of money, partly because it goes bad.  One of the longest lasting kinds of food is the wheat kernel, which can last up to twenty years.  Gold lasts 6000 years, with no decay.
This type of investment requires an expanding pool of buyers, who, in turn, are enticed because they believe the buying pool will expand still further.  Owners are not inspired by what the asset itself can produce – it will remain lifeless forever – but rather by the belief that others will desire it even more avidly in the future.
Hommel:  True, gold buyers do not buy gold for what gold will produce, but most of my gold buyers are buying gold because they do believe it will go up in value, because they do believe that others will see what they can see, that gold is special, and cannot be printed to excess like paper money is being created to excess these days.  Gold buyers buy gold also because they recognize that gold does not decay, because it has a very high value for the weight and density which makes it portable, and because it can be hidden.
Buffett:  The major asset in this category is gold, currently a huge favorite of investors who fear almost all other assets, especially paper money (of whose value, as noted, they are right to be fearful). Gold, however, has two significant shortcomings, being neither of much use nor procreative. True, gold has some industrial and decorative utility, but the demand for these purposes is both limited and incapable of soaking up new production. Meanwhile, if you own one ounce of gold for an eternity, you will still own one ounce at its end.
Hommel:  True, gold is not procreative.  But this does not mean that gold cannot go up in value.  Gold does have a use.  The use is as a store of value.  The use is to communicate value over time.  Gold has three primary uses: as a store of value, as a unit of account, and as a medium of exchange.  These days, it is not used much as a medium of exchange, because no government on earth is issuing gold as circulating currency, but because all nations issue paper money.  This is making gold an excellent store of value, because gold is increasing in value more than all the paper money being continually printed.  The key use of gold in our times is not only in that it holds value, but gains value.  This is because the new supply of gold is far less than demand.  The world prints nearly $5 to $10 trillion worth of paper money per year, which is $5,000 to $10,000 billion.  In contrast, the world mines about 83 million ounces of new gold, at $1334/oz, is worth only a mere $111 billion.  Clearly, there will be more and more buyers of gold in the near and far future.
Buffett:  What motivates most gold purchasers is their belief that the ranks of the fearful will grow. During the past decade that belief has proved correct. Beyond that, the rising price has on its own generated additional buying enthusiasm, attracting purchasers who see the rise as validating an investment thesis. As “bandwagon” investors join any party, they create their own truth – for a while.
Hommel:  Gold buyers are derided as "fearful" by Buffett.  And he notes this has recently been correct.  But also wise.  He could have written, "The ranks of the wise will grow".  Perhaps more apt.
Buffett:  Over the past 15 years, both Internet stocks and houses have demonstrated the extraordinary excesses that can be created by combining an initially sensible thesis with well-publicized rising prices. In these bubbles, an army of originally skeptical investors succumbed to the “proof” delivered by the market, and the pool of buyers – for a time – expanded sufficiently to keep the bandwagon rolling. But bubbles blown large enough inevitably pop. And then the old proverb is confirmed once again: “What the wise man does in the beginning, the fool does in the end.”
Hommel:  True, bubbles happened in stocks and houses.  And probably still are in a bubble.  Is gold in a bubble?  When less than $100 billion is being mined each year?  I think not.  His buddy Bill Gates could buy half the world's annual gold production, and would probably become a lot more wealthy if he tried.  I say tried, because there is no way he would succeed, because his stock is not liquid enough to sell that much, and the gold market is too tight to buy half the gold market without pushing the gold price up, too.  My point is that the gold market boom is still in the beginning stages. 
Buffett:  Today the world’s gold stock is about 170,000 metric tons. If all of this gold were melded together, it would form a cube of about 68 feet per side. (Picture it fitting comfortably within a baseball infield.) At $1,750 per ounce – gold’s price as I write this – its value would be $9.6 trillion. Call this cube pile A.
Hommel:  Today, one to two years later, gold prices are down to $1335.  Buffet was right for one year out of a thirteen year bull market in gold.  Buffett will likely be wrong next year.  But 170,000 metric tonnes at $1335/oz. is x 32,151 oz/tonne is $7.3 trillion today. 
The tiny size of the cube of gold in pile A also explains why gold is valuable.  It contains a lot of value in a small space, making it very portable.  Some people wonder why gold should be any different than copper or any other metal, asserting that the other metals could be used just as easily as silver and gold.  Really?  Well, I have a 33 kilo block of copper that cost about $300, about the same as a ten oz. bar of silver.  Which would you rather carry to the grocery store?  Also, the copper has a spread on it to buy and sell of over 50%.  Or, would you prefer a quarter oz. of gold for about $330?
Buffett:  Let’s now create a pile B costing an equal amount. For that, we could buy all U.S. cropland (400 million acres with output of about $200 billion annually), plus 16 Exxon Mobils (the world’s most profitable company, one earning more than $40 billion annually). After these purchases, we would have about $1 trillion left over for walking-around money (no sense feeling strapped after this buying binge). Can you imagine an investor with $9.6 trillion selecting pile A over pile B?
Hommel:  Can you imagine an investor with $7.3 trillion to begin with?  There are no investors who are worth so much, are there Mr. Buffett?  Besides, even if there were, there is no evidence that the entire world supply of gold is being all offered at the current asking price for gold.  The vast majority of gold does not trade each year.  World annual mine supply ads only about 1.5% to the pile per year.  Well, let's calculate it.  170,000 tonnes in existing stock.  World annual production about 2600 tonnes.  1.529%.  Yup, still the same after all these years.
But Buffett's point is that he cannot imagine any investor buying the gold instead of the farmland and oil companies.  But let's compare more clearly, $40 billion x 16  Exxon Mobils is $640 billion, plus the $200 billion from crops, which means the oil companies and land produce about $840 billion.  Well, how much does the pile of the world's gold produce?  Gold is likely to exceed $1900 in the next year or two, from $1336 today.  As it does, the pile of gold will go up from $7.3 trillion to $10.4 trillion.  Now let's compare shall we?  $640 billion gain in the oil companies, and $3.1 trillion, or $3100 billion in the gold pile.   I think I've made my point, but let me go further.  In actual fact, 16 Exxon Mobils don't exist.  It's a pure fantasy choice, as in, "not real".  The gold is real.  That makes the gold choice not only several times better, but infinitely better, doesn't it?
Buffett:  Beyond the staggering valuation given the existing stock of gold, current prices make today’s annual production of gold command about $160 billion.  Buyers – whether jewelry and industrial users, frightened individuals, or speculators – must continually absorb this additional supply to merely maintain an equilibrium at present prices.
Hommel:  As we have seen, the existing annual production of gold is now $111 billion, and being purchased not by "frightened individuals, or speculators", but by "wise investors," and even central banks now!  And again, with $5000 to $10,000 billion dollars worth of currency being printed world wide, I think the new gold will have plenty of ready buyers for decades to come.  In fact, Gold is acting not only as a value preserver, but value gainer, for those investors who don't want be robbed by governments.
Buffett:  A century from now the 400 million acres of farmland will have produced staggering amounts of corn, wheat, cotton, and other crops – and will continue to produce that valuable bounty, whatever the currency may be. Exxon Mobil will probably have delivered trillions of dollars in dividends to its owners and will also hold assets worth many more trillions (and, remember, you get 16 Exxons). The 170,000 tons of gold will be unchanged in size and still incapable of producing anything. You can fondle the cube, but it will not respond.
Hommel:  I'd wager that a century from now, none of the world's currencies today will have any value at all, but the gold still will.  Gold is not a choice between oil and gold, it's a choice between paper money and gold.  No investor will ever go out and buy 100 barrels of oil at $103/barrel to store on his lawn, to preserve $10,000 worth of paper money value, because the oil is extraordinarily inconvenient, and expensive to store and ship for the relative value.  But anyone can buy 7 gold eagles that will fit into the palm of your hand for $10,000, which takes up about 1/10th of the space as a stack of 100 of the $100 bills.
Buffett: Admittedly, when people a century from now are fearful, it’s likely many will still rush to gold. I’m confident, however, that the $9.6 trillion current valuation of pile A will compound over the century at a rate far inferior to that achieved by pile B.
Hommel:  In contrast, I'm supremely confident that the world's pile of gold will increase in value far faster than oil.  The reason is that gold has been money for about 6000 years of human history, and mankind has only been using oil for about 160 years or so.  Furthermore, the world's bankers began attacking gold as money about that far back, so the world has never had a good historical gold to oil ratio in place during a time when the world used gold as money!  Therefore, we have to use intuition to determine a proper value for gold as compared to oil, assuming the world returned to using gold as money, and it probably will.  I would supsect that the world's gold production should be valued more than the world's oil production, because the world'd gold production must be spend on more than "just oil".  As it is, oil is no more than 5-10% of the world's economy, but let's assume oil were as much as 50%.  Well, then, the world's gold production would be worth about twice as much as world oil production, because people would need some gold left over to buy everything else.  That would assume a value for gold as follows:
World annual oil production is about 90 million barrels per day.
x 365 days/year x $100/barrel =
That's about $3.3 trillion per year in dollar value, of oil production.
If world gold production of 83.5 million oz. were worth $6.6 trillion per year, that divides out to $79,000 per oz. for gold!
Oh yes, in the last five years, gold and silver have solidly outperformed Birkshire Hathaway stock.
And I suppose gold and silver have significantly outperformed BRK in the last 13 years.
Since the year 2000, BRK.B has gone from $40 to $114, an increase of 2.85 times.
Since the year 2000, Gold has gone from $255 to $1314, an increase of 5.1 times.


I strongly advise you to take possession of real gold and silver, at anywhere near today's prices, while you still can.   The fundamentals indicate rising prices for decades to come, and a major price spike can happen at any time.

Monday, September 23, 2013

Enough is enough

-by Robur
originally posted on Stormfront - reposted with permission

Before I start, I'll proudly state that I am a white man, approximately 50 years of age. I'll also state that I was born and raised in the north by college educated parents and I have also earned college degrees. I was raised to respect the ideal that everyone is equal – an ideal that has been twisted from its original meaning that no one is 'special' or privileged (especially in the eyes of the law), to some sort of communistic goal in which the most profoundly useless individual is as good as the most exceptional! I grew up in an era where folks were respectful, a college degree meant something, and folks were generally well meaning and honest. You knew your neighbors and, while you may not have agreed with them, you respected them enough to let them live as they wished – as long as it didn't interfere with your rights and ability to do the same.


Today, we have a country that can easily be described as either a police or welfare state – and is arguably both. We have a justice system that is clearly broken – handing down judgments clearly at odds with common sense and the society that it serves, or worse, legitimatizing the ideal that some have special dispensations and entitlement. I'm tired of being demonized as a white male; called insensitive, privileged, racist, chauvinist, greedy, and bitter – the list goes on and on. I'm sick of not being able to speak my mind and be forced to agree to things I know are false in the holy name of political correctness. I am disgusted to know that if I defend myself or stand up to criminal black youths that I might end up as the next George Zimmerman. And horrified to think that any one of my friends or family members could be the next Chris Lane or 'Shorty' Belton. Just because a couple of racist black youths are bored or want revenge for the punishment of other black criminals.

You've read it right. I've had enough of my quality of life reduced, eroded and destroyed by people of color. And I am not ashamed or sorry to say it. Truth is truth, and no amount of spin or disinformation should be tolerated!


Ever hear the phrase '5% of the folks cause 95% of the problems'?

It's almost true. Approximately 13% of the population is black (40 million). Nationwide, that population is responsible for approximately 75% of all murders, rapes, robberies, thefts, and assaults. And 75% of all welfare. They are the least educated, yet scores of programs and billions of dollars are wasted merely because of their skin color instead of demonstrated ability.

This is not statistical tinkering, quoting of false statistics, spin, or a lie. These numbers are based on data released by the government. The raw data and specifics for each state can be obtained easily from an excellent series of articles called The Color of Crime which are available at Occidental Dissent | Resistance Is True Conservatism.

How many times have you driven or walked by a group, or an individual black and been subjected to harassment or intimidation? Had them approach you and say 'Gimme a dollar!' or worse? Have had you property destroyed, damaged or devalued due to their behavior? If this sounds just a bit like terrorism, it is because it is terrorism. It just that it is at a low, constantly grinding level that we've come to view as normal. Consider: in what way is the constant threat of racial rioting by this 13% segment of society different than that of an Islamic terrorist threatening to blow up an airliner or school? Making you fear for your physical safety and the safety of your loved ones unless you do as they wish is terrorism or extortion!

True, not all blacks are 'gangsta thugs' and 'welfare mommas'. But that just emphasizes the issue! Assuming 1/3 are decent people or children under the age of 10, that means 8% of the folks are 75% of the problem!

Consider: women, children, and aged men are probably not committing most crimes. That means that black males between the ages of 13 and 30 (3% of the US Population, 10 Million individuals) are directly responsible for over 70% of crimes committed against persons and property. When you consider they are also responsible (at least 50%) for the children produced by the 'welfare mommas' that we are supporting as well, this 3% of the population is directly responsible for well over 2/3 of all social welfare spending and law enforcement costs.


If that 8% did not exist, we could reduce our justice system, welfare system, and the associated government bureaucracies by 75 to 80%.

Not only that, but think of the savings in insurance payouts, healthcare, lost time due to injuries sustained, resources not wasted repairing and replacing the damage wrought by them....

The ripple effects alone boggle the mind. How much does it cost in man hours and labor and such just to try to comply and second guess the EEOC and government mandates protecting them? How many children would have better chances of success if the schools were not disrupted? How many people would not die every year?

Reducing the unnecessary government bureaucracies and the bureaucrats in them would substantially reduce not only the size, but the scope of government significantly.

While the direct costs to society are easily estimated, these indirect costs that would be saved are many orders of magnitude greater. And the intangible benefits, such as safer neighborhoods and better schools address quality of life issues that are literally priceless!


Most black leaders will not even acknowledge that they have a problem. Instead, they portray themselves and their race as one of victims. The occasional black that speaks out or does well (Bill Cosby, Thomas Sowell, Allen West, etc.) are mercilessly attacked.

What makes this especially odious is that leaders like Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and Louis Farrakhan are all intelligent and educated enough to know that their narratives are not only false, but also exacerbate the existing situation. Their rhetoric and actions not only inflame, but legitimatize and empower people like themselves to engage in these negative behaviors.

These people are just as guilty as those they incite; young black men engaging in aggressive and anti-social behaviors KNOW what they are doing. They are no more innocent than Travon; less so as they are doing so deliberately. They should be held directly responsible.

People who deliberately lie, obfuscate the truth, or enable it are directly responsible for the results and should be held accountable for it. People like Jay Carney and his ilk who knowingly lie to help enable this are the lowest and most dispicable examples that come to mind.


A lot of folks call them African-Americans. Many groups have been given that -American suffix; Germans, Italians, Norwegians, Greeks, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, even Mexicans. The difference is that each of these groups has assimilated – all of them to a greater degree than the blacks have. Consider that they did not have a separate culture, but rather have consciously sought to create one that is divorced from the common culture defined as 'American'. Clearly, they do not want to assimilate or become 'American' and as such do not deserve the American suffix. Call them what they are: Africans or Blacks.


Sometimes if you have several problems, they will solve each other.

Incarceration costs too much. Assimilation is simply not possible. Extermination is not politically feasible and has other issues.


Liberia was founded as a place for all blacks that were enslaved to be repatriated to their home continent. It was used as such by many countries starting in the 1800s.

Rather than continue to pay to incarcerate them, why not deport them?

Issue them a cell phone, an I-pad (so they can communicate with family members, etc.) and send them back. Issue them an ATM card with some money to get started. Offer family members a free ticket and a similar cash incentive to join their sons and daughters.

As far as the 'welfare mommas' go: it costs significantly less money to live in a country like Liberia. Given the choice of continued benefits in a place where dollars go much further or total loss of benefits, there is no doubt which option will be taken. While this would still result in some cost to the country, it would be a lower, fixed cost that decreases every year and would be gone in 20 years (one generation).

The cost to us as a society would be virtually nil – the benefits in terms of opportunities gained and cash savings enormous.

And just think: all of that expertise, ability and energy can help the indigenous peoples of the African continent! And of course, if they object too much, I'm sure there will be plenty who fight and resist that will be good object lessons to the rest. Go voluntarily and get $5K, an I-Phone and I-Pad; resist and get none; or fight and get a nice stone marker.

Best of all, it defuses the current budget, entitlement, class and race crises before they culminate in a civil war. It would stimulate the economy and cost significantly less than what we spend currently. Very humanitarian!


A 747 can carry 300 people. Assuming 10 million, that means approximately 35,000 flights, or 100 flights a day for a year. Not impossible at all – spread it over 4 years and the number drops to a mere 25 flights per day. Easy! Using larger aircraft (C5s, Airbus 380s) and ships would simplify the logistics and reduce the number of trips significantly. Areas other than Liberia can be used as well; Haiti certainly can use the influx of affluent and educated immigrants. Any country that wishes can also voluntarily request to receive these deportees; the only condition is that they may never return to America.

Start with those already incarcerated. The space cleared by them can be used to process those to be shipped.

Jump start the economy! Think of all the folks employed in the process. The materials needed to supply the deportees, the workers processing them and maintaining the infrastructure needed. The workers and the materials needed to clean up and repair the blighted areas after their removal. Another benefit is that with everyone working towards a clearly visible and easily defined goal, a new sense of national unity can be instilled! Especially as the results will start appearing almost immediately: lower crime and safer cities, cleaner streets and neighborhoods, better education, less governmental interference and regulation!

Even the progressives can benefit! Think of all the sob stories to be written! And those that really feel the bond with their clients can take advantage of the incentives to join them in Liberia and set up businesses and schools!


What about them? Rounding up the problem blacks is actually harder than rounding up the illegal Hispanics. And transporting them is MUCH easier – plenty of trains and rolling stock go back to to Mexico empty (thanks to NAFTA). The same dragnet would be equally effective. Especially if there are bonuses handed out for each unharmed 'capture'! I suspect that many folks would make a very good living on their hunting 'bonuses'.

Even easier: offer a $5K EBT card for those who voluntarily turn themselves in. Still cheaper than bilingual education, welfare, tax evasion, additional legal and law enforcement, increased government, etc. Consider: $5,000 x 10,000,000 = $50 Billion. We spend more than four times this every year on Food Stamps!


Personally, I have had enough. The 'gangsta thugs' and such are a clear and present menace to everyone – black, white, yellow – even pets (dog fighting is a black problem too!). Like any other rabid dog packs, groups of black youths that exhibit any aggressive tendencies (redundant – they are aggressive just by existing and they know it!) should be exterminated – just as we would exterminate any other rabid aggressive animals.

Every one of us need to stand up. That means everyone - the computer programmers, the accountants, the mechanics, but ESPECIALLY those in law enforcement and positions of authority. Don't just take it, grow a set and stand up to them. If they spit on the sidewalk, arrest them.

Talk to those around you. Boycott advertisers and businesses that cater to this crap. Show up to political rallies and unequivocally tell them that a vote for color means they lose your vote.

Best of all, we can do a 'trial run'. Thanks to a recent study, we now know that best states for welfare benefits are the notoriously liberal ones: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New York. Point out to your local government leaders the advantages and cost savings that can be realized by offering relocation assistance to blacks so that they can enjoy the increased benefits in these states! Point out to the blacks that not only do they receive much greater benefits in these states, but they also will be much safer moving away from all of the red-neck racists in your area!


Sure, they don't want to leave. They have it good here. Can you blame them?

We've spent (by best estimate) over $50 TRILLION dollars to try and educate, uplift, support and 'mainstream' blacks into America. At that rate, we could have given every black man, woman, child, and baby in America today over a Million dollars – and SAVED money. That does not even count the cost to our society in terms of crime, lost opportunities, cultural disruption, and costs to our infrastructure!

Since money and government programs aren't the answer, the most humane thing we can do is to return them to their natural environment.

I'll even go out on a limb here: not all of the blacks need to be relocated. We all know of an African who has assimilated and joined our country and culture and are productive members of society. Let them stay if they want. These exceptions merely prove the rule that any attempt to salvage the others is a waste of time and money.

This argument can equally be applied to the any other would be immigrant group as well.

Enough is enough!

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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Student stopped from distributing Constitutions on Constitution Day

When I first heard about this video, I thought perhaps this took place at a high school, where free-speech restrictions sometimes can apply.  Not so, though, and FIRE’s involvement makes that clear anyway.  A student at Modesto Junior College in California decided to celebrate Constitution Day by handing out copies of a dangerously radical document, which was, er … the Constitution of the United States of America.  You know, the one that includes the pesky prohibition against infringing on free speech.
Readers can guess where this goes from there:

Read the rest at:

Remember the hundreds killed for Bill Clinton

I will never forget when I lived in Tulsa/Broken Arrow, Oklahoma in 1994/95, I used to listen to radio station, I believe from Ft. Smith, Arkansas. The local talk show host would constantly discuss these issues. I admired this man because he was not afraid to talk about it. I wonder if he's still alive?

Also, when my wife and I stayed at a motel in Mena, Arkansas, being nosy as I am, I asked a front desk clerk about the 'alleged' airport around the area. Her reply was..."Here we learned a long time ago to keep our eyes closed and our mouth shut". I used to always wonder, how a small town like Mena, situated in very hilly terrain, could have an airport that can handle large jet planes?????

Subj: THE CLINTON BODY BAGS . . . Chicago can't hold a candle to Arkansas ...

Just a quick refresher course lest we forget what has happened to many "friends" of the Clintons.

- James McDougal - Clintons convicted Whitewater partner died of an apparent heart attack, while in solitary confinement. He was a key witness in Ken Starr's investigation.

- Mary Mahoney - A former White House intern was murdered July 1997 at a Starbucks Coffee Shop in Georgetown .. The murder happened just after she was to go public with her story of sexual harassment in the White House.

- Vince Foster - Former White House councilor, and colleague of Hillary Clinton at Little Rock's Rose Law firm. Died of a gunshot wound to the head, ruled a suicide.

- Ron Brown - Secretary of Commerce and former DNC Chairman. Reported to have died by impact in a plane crash. A pathologist close to the investigation reported that there was a hole in the top of Brown's skull resembling a gunshot wound. At the time of his death Brown was being investigated, and spoke publicly of his willingness to cut a deal with prosecutors. The rest of the people on the plane also died. A few days later the air Traffic controller committed suicide.

5 - C. Victor Raiser, II - Raiser, a major player in the Clinton fund raising organization died in a private plane crash in July 1992.

- Paul Tulley - Democratic National Committee Political Director found dead in a hotel room in Little Rock, September 1992. Described by Clinton as a "dear friend and trusted advisor".

- Ed Willey - Clinton fundraiser, found dead November 1993 deep in the woods in VA of a gunshot wound to the head. Ruled a suicide. Ed Willey died on the same day his wife Kathleen Willey claimed Bill Clinton groped her in the oval office in the White House. Ed Willey was involved in several Clinton fund raising events.

- Jerry Parks - Head of Clinton's gubernatorial security team in Little Rock .. Gunned down in his car at a deserted intersection outside Little Rock. Park's son said his father was building a dossier on Clinton. He allegedly threatened to reveal this information. After he died the files were mysteriously removed from his house.

- James Bunch - Died from a gunshot suicide. It was reported that he had a "Black Book" of people which contained names of influential people who visited prostitutes in Texas and Arkansas.

- James Wilson - Was found dead in May 1993 from an apparent hanging suicide. He was reported to have ties to Whitewater..

- Kathy Ferguson - Ex-wife of Arkansas Trooper Danny Ferguson, was found dead in May 1994, in her living room with a gunshot to her head. It was ruled a suicide even though there were several packed suitcases, as if she were going somewhere. Danny Ferguson was a co-defendant along with Bill Clinton in the Paula Jones lawsuit. Kathy Ferguson was a possible corroborating witness for Paula Jones.

- Bill Shelton - Arkansas State Trooper and fiancee of Kathy Ferguson. Critical of the suicide ruling of his fiancee, he was found dead in June 1994 of a gunshot wound, also ruled a suicide, at the grave site of his fiancee.

- Gandy Baugh - Attorney for Clinton's friend Dan Lassater, died by jumping out a window of a tall building January 1994. His client was a convicted drug distributor.

- Florence Martin - Accountant and sub-contractor for the CIA, was related to the Barry Seal, Mena, Arkansas, airport drug smuggling case. He died of three gunshot wounds.

- Suzanne Coleman - Reportedly had an affair with Clinton when he was Arkansas Attorney General. Died of a gunshot wound to the back of the head, ruled a suicide. Was pregnant at the time of her death.

- Paula Grober - Clinton's speech interpreter for the deaf from 1978 until her death December 9, 1992. She died in a one car accident.

- Danny Casolaro - Investigative reporter. Investigating Mena Airport and Arkansas Development Finance Authority. He slit his wrists, apparently, in the middle of his investigation.

- Paul Wilcher - Attorney investigating corruption at Mena Airport with Casolaro and the 1980 "October Surprise" was found dead on a toilet June 22, 1993, in his Washington DC apartment. Had delivered a report to Janet Reno 3 weeks before his death.

- Jon Parnell Walker - Whitewater investigator for Resolution Trust Corp, jumped to his death from his Arlington, Virginia apartment balcony August 15, 1993. He was investigating the Morgan Guaranty scandal.

- Barbara Wise - Commerce Department staffer. Worked closely with Ron Brown and John Huang. Cause of death unknown. Died November 29, 1996. Her bruised, nude body was found locked in her office at the Department of Commerce.

- Charles Meissner - Assistant Secretary of Commerce who gave John Huang special security clearance, died shortly thereafter in a small plane crash.

- Dr. Stanley Heard - Chairman of the National Chiropractic Health Care Advisory Committee died with his attorney Steve Dickson in a small plane crash. Dr. Heard, in addition to serving on Clinton's advisory council personally treated Clinton's mother, stepfather and brother.

- Barry Seal - Drug running TWApilot out of Mena Arkansas, death was no accident.

- Johnny Lawhorn, Jr. - Mechanic, found a check made out to Bill Clinton in the trunk of a car left at his repair shop. He was found dead after his car had hit a utility pole.

- Stanley Huggins - Investigated Madison Guaranty. His death was a purported suicide and his report was never released.

- Hershell Friday - Attorney and Clinton fundraiser died March 1, 1994, when his plane exploded.

- Kevin Ives and Don Henry- Known as "The boys on the track" case. Reports say the boys may have stumbled upon the Mena, Arkansas airport drug operation. A controversial case, the initial report of death said, due to falling asleep on railroad tracks. Later reports claim the 2 boys had been slain before being placed on the tracks. Many linked to the case died before their testimony could come before a Grand Jury.


- Keith Coney - Died when his motorcycle slammed into the back of a truck, July 1988.

- Keith McMaskle - Died, stabbed 113 times, Nov, 1988

- Gregory Collins - Died from a gunshot wound January 1989.

- Jeff Rhodes - He was shot, mutilated and found burned in a trash dump in April 1989.

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- James Milan - Found decapitated. However, the Coroner ruled his death was due to natural causes".

- Jordan Kettleson - Was found shot to death in the front seat of his pickup truck in June 1990.

- Richard Winters - A suspect in the Ives/Henry deaths. He was killed in a set-up robbery July 1989.

Where’s number 35?


-Major William S. Barkley, Jr.

- Captain Scott J . Reynolds

- Sgt. Brian Hanley

- Sgt. Tim Sabel

- Major General William Robertson

- Col. William Densberger

- Col. Robert Kelly

- Spec. Gary Rhodes

- Steve Willis

- Robert Williams

- Conway LeBleu

- Todd McKeehan

Quite an impressive list! Pass this on. Let the public become aware of what happens to friends of the Clintons!


Friday, September 20, 2013

Navy Yard Shooter, Aaron Alexis: A Tale of Black Privilege

by James Buchanan

We have been told over and over that Black people are disadvantaged and that police tend to target Blacks. If you take a close look at the life of Aaron Alexis, you will see someone who has gotten chance after chance only to squander them all away.

Navy Yard Shooter, Aaron Alexis

Since the Navy Yard mass shooting we’ve found out that Aaron Alexis shot out the tires of a car owned by construction workers at a project next door to Aaron’s apartment in Seattle. I am completely stunned that anyone could fire a pistol inside city limits to commit vandalism and not lose his gun rights. If anything, it seems the liberal authorities gave Aaron a “pass” on what was a serious offense that should have cost him his gun rights.

As if one gun incident isn’t bad enough, in Fort Worth, Aaron had complained about his upstairs neighbor making too much noise and he “accidentally” fired a shot upward through her apartment. This Texas shooting was at best felony reckless endangerment of the neighbor he didn’t like. This also should have cost Aaron his gun rights. When you consider his rage-filled shooting of a car’s tires in Seattle, there’s little doubt that he deliberately fired into his neighbor’s apartment. Firing into an inhabited dwelling is of course another serious crime, and a prosecutor might even have charged Aaron with attempted murder.

Aaron however did a good acting job and convinced the police that he just happened to accidentally fire up through the apartment of the neighbor, with whom he was having trouble. Funny that he didn’t happen to fire north, south, east or west or even down. Of all possible directions, he fired up.

Aaron was also charged with disorderly conduct in Georgia. In Texas, Aaron put something into the fuel tank of a new car, but he apparently was never charged with felony vandalism.

Aaron joined the Navy and was cited eight times for misconduct. Once again, he got a pass from authorities and narrowly avoided a General or Bad Conduct Discharge and received an Honorable Discharge.

Thanks to all the people who gave him passes when he should have been getting black marks or felonies on his record, Aaron was able to get a job at the Navy Shipyard in Washington, D.C. Most people would have seen this as a great opportunity during a bad economy with few new jobs available, but Aaron Alexis was apparently losing his mind, hearing voices which combined with his violent temper led to the mass shooting of 12 innocent Americans at the Navy Shipyard.

Anyone, who looks at the details of the life of Aaron Alexis sees that it’s not White people who are privileged in America, but Blacks like Aaron, who have felonies erased, secret clearances granted to them and lucrative jobs that should have gone to someone more deserving and a lot more stable.