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  • Sun, Jun 26, 2016 - 07:11pm

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    Mark_BC

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    What you y’all think of the 7

What you y'all think of the 7 symbology in this crash? Everyone knows that crashes happen every 7 years over the last few decades. So lots of people were expecting the crash in Sept 2015. It didn't happen but as pointed out by Jeff Berwick lately if you add 7 years, 7 months, 7 weeks and 7 days to Sept 28, 2008 (which saw a 777 drop on that day) then you get June 23, 2016. So there, we have our 7 again. Is there anything else 7 about this crash? This ties in with what sand puppy is explaining about the Zionist Neocons who invoke religious mythology of Judaism to the markets.

 

Note: Cameron originally planned for a referendum before the end of 2017 but in February this year inexplicably bumped that schedule up to June 22, the day before the crash… hmmm…..

  • Sun, Jun 26, 2016 - 11:36pm

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    I think there’s a lot of ways to work 7s.

Suppose another event had happened 343 days later? Or suppose it was 6.75 years later? 7 x 7 x 7=343; 343 weeks is 6.75 years. Or suppose the timespan was 7! days = 13.8 years later?
I think that even working with just 7s, there’s always a way to come up with numbers between two events, especially if you can pick the events to match the numbers.

just for instance, let’s take the worst disaster that ever happened in baseball: the Black Sox. So take the day the trial began, Jul 18 1921, and add 7! days, and I get Apr 6th 1935. On that day in sports history, ummm… H Levitt sinks 499 basketball free throws, misses & sinks 371 more…

wait a minute, that’s good not bad. But hold on– the Black Sox trial added tranparency, so THAT’s good, not bad, so whaddya know?

The sevens work out!!!

  • Mon, Jun 27, 2016 - 04:14am

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    Mark_BC

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    Yes, there are many ways one

Yes, there are many ways one could play with the numbers to come up with 7's. The important issue is that apparently the elites take this seriously. Me personally, I think it's all a load of BS, but it doesn't matter what I think. Clearly Christine Lagarde thinks it's worthy of discussion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sx_IZ-AcQ_I

  • Mon, Jun 27, 2016 - 11:02am

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    Final snowflake avalanche watch #2

As of 6:55 am EST, Deutsche Bank is down big time again from Friday's miserable post-Brexit close: -9.1%, -$1.34, currently at $13.38 (a new 52 week low – previous $14.13).  Time to evacuate the valley below?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ed5Bh_DbHPU

  • Mon, Jun 27, 2016 - 01:03pm

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    Michael_Rudmin

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    I think the elites only ROUGHLY believe 7s

That is, I think they believe 7s the way we say it’s roughly 120 years between Mt St Helens eruptions: if it’s been longer, we may be overdue for another and should be preparing.
Undoubtedly there are real reasons why in the past the recession schedule was on a seven year interval: if those reasons still hold then the interval may hold too.

But then I think there are a few populist speakers who think there’s something magical abt past history, and those may indeed come up with all kinds of inane theories.

  • Mon, Jun 27, 2016 - 03:15pm

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    Mark_BC

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    The question is how much do

The question is how much do they force 7's into the markets. They have $trillions available in the ESF they can add or withdraw at will. Given that they seem to take this stuff seriously, and given the statistically impossible prevalence of 7's in the markets, it would stand to reason that they are deliberately timing and manipulating market action based on their superstitions. 

  • Mon, Jun 27, 2016 - 03:48pm

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    Uncletommy

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    For Pete’s sake, just do the math!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MS2aEfbEi7s

  • Fri, Nov 04, 2016 - 12:44am

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    Luke Moffat

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    Meanwhile in Blighty

The High Court of Justice has ruled that Members of Parliament must vote on triggering Article 50 (the process by which we leave the EU). In other words, the 23rd June vote alone wasn't sufficient.
 
The full Judgement is here but the last paragraph is the key point;
 
For reasons we have set out, we hold that the Secretary of State does not have power under the Crown's prerogative to give notice pursuant to Article 50 of the TEU for the United Kingdom to withdraw from the European Union.
 
I just wish they had the courtesy to say that at the start and save us all the trouble – namely, "your vote is inconsequential, little person." Perhaps, secretly, I knew it all along…
 
Anyway, you're probably wondering what the hell is the "Crown's prerogative", I know I am…
 
First of all a bit of context. From the same Judgement, item 9
 
Article 50 states;
 
1. Any Member State may decide to withdraw from the Union in accordance with its own constitutional requirements.
 
Now over to the summary of Judgement;
 
The question
 
1. The issue before the court is whether, as a matter of UK constitutional law, the Government is entitled to give notice of a decision to leave the European Union under Article 50 by exercise of the Crown's prerogative powers and without reference to Parliament.
 
As for the actual definition of the Crown's prerogative;
 
Crown Prerogative is the term used to describe powers held by the Monarch or by Government ministers that may be used without the consent of the Commons or Lords.
 
And what about the consent of the majority? You may even call it the "People's Prerogative". Or, even better, it's colloquial term, "democracy". But alas, the technicalities of our Constitutional Monarchy…
 
Honestly, I don't know what these clowns are thinking. Is remaining part of the EU suddenly going to transform the woes of Britain's working poor? Are we really convinced that ceaseless bureaucracy is the solution? What part of "labour force unable to afford the output of the economy" do they not understand? Well, we'll see what happens now I guess. Either way it comes apart. Perhaps the better question is, "what does it take in the process?"
 
All the best,
and slightly dumbfounded,
Luke
  • Fri, Nov 04, 2016 - 11:03am

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    Bankers Slave

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    The Crown Corporation! Clues!

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