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  • Thu, Jan 15, 2009 - 09:17pm

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    gregroberts

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    Re: Must See

Cheerful article,

"All we can say is that worldwide more than $100 trillion will be lost and the world economic and financial system will come crashing down. The clue will be when foreigners finally stop buying US government debt."

http://www.infowars.com/?p=7166

Greg

  • Thu, Jan 15, 2009 - 10:28pm

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    AnOregonian

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[quote=gregroberts]

Cheerful article,

"All we can say is that worldwide more than $100 trillion will be lost and the world economic and financial system will come crashing down. The clue will be when foreigners finally stop buying US government debt."

http://www.infowars.com/?p=7166

Greg

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Bob Chapman
The International Forecaster
January 15, 2009

"We are not going to say much at this juncture about deflation and what
will happen when it arrives. All we will say is that it will be
horrible. That is why your gold and silver coins, freeze dry and
dehydrated foods, gardens, water filters and ammo and weapons are so
important. They are your insurance policy to survival. Prices on
everything will plunge 80% or 90%, as will income and the value of fiat
Federal Reserve notes. The once rich will suddenly become poor and you
will survive. This will happen worldwide. When the world bond market
collapses it will make the stock market and real estate collapses look
trivial."

Well, thanks for sharing Greg. You sure know how to cheer up a fellow. Please give me a moment while I slip out back and SLICE MY WRISTS!  Yell

  • Thu, Jan 15, 2009 - 11:12pm

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On Downloading youtube video.

I find the easiest way is via real player.  download and install ‘real player'[free].  once you have done this everytime you watch any flash content a little box will pop up, near the video but not over it, asking if you want to download the flv file.  if you do it stores it in one file and it uses the same bandwidth you used to watch it originally.

Easy, quick, economic.

Stewart,

Brisbane.

  • Thu, Jan 15, 2009 - 11:46pm

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    POTUS

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From the Bob Chapman article linked above at

http://www.infowars.com/?p=7166

[quote]In December another 149,000 manufacturing jobs were lost. The only way this can be reversed is by Congress implementing tariffs on goods and services. If we do not have such legislation, America cannot survive as a first-class nation.[/quote]

Very telling.

Bob’s true colors are showing here.

He’s just another puesdo-Conservative that wants the government to protect him from the big, bad world. A classic hypocrital statement that sails right by casual readers. It’s an old trick by his type. He’s the type that give the true believers a bad name.

Bob thinks government is part of the problem but he also says its the only solution? Nice try, Bob. But you’ve been caught out.

Rather than get down on your hands and knees and beg the Congresscritters for protection, here’s another idea for a solution. Read carefully, Bob. You may learn something.

People should only buy things that they can afford and that are made in the USSA. Don’t use the credit card down at the local ChinaMart, get rid of the gas-guzzler the planet can’t afford and move out of the McMansion you can’t afford.

How’s that for a non-government solution, Bob?

 

And isn’t that Alex Jones guy that hosts Bob’s missives the one that is the conspiracy fabrication business?

I got to hand it to those people. I admire and respect their business ability. They are incredibly clever and inventive and have great maketing skills. They know exactly what their customers want to hear and then deliver it.. 

  • Thu, Jan 15, 2009 - 11:52pm

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Infowars, Alex Jones and company are NOT credible sources.

They are tabloids which pander to the most tin foil hat conspiracies to line their pockets.

If they by accident got something right, it’s only because of the sheer amount of paranoid dellusions they print.

  • Fri, Jan 16, 2009 - 01:10am

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    gregroberts

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Aaron, what do you think of G. Edward Griffin? He admires Alex Jones, and I have respect for him.

 I look at everything I can find and then try to put he pieces together, like you said he has to be right some of the time. You are right he goes way overboard sometimes but I believe he is sincere even if quite paranoid. I watched Endgame one time and felt the same way Sam posted above, then I realized I needed to sit back and watch the news to see if anything fit. I think one of the reasons people believe in conspiracy theorys is because they can’t bring themselves to believe that so called intelligent people have destoyed the Worlds economies accidentally.

http://www.freedomforceinternational.org/freedomcontent.cfm?fuseaction=hallofhonor&refpage=home

Greg

  • Fri, Jan 16, 2009 - 01:22am

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Hey Greg,

I haven’t heard of him – I’ll read a bit about what he stands for.

My experience with Alex Jones has been that he mostly appeals to the "bunker dwellers" – now with recent events, his clientele might have expanded – but his nonsense about "Bohemian Grove" and the Illuminati is just unbelievable when viewed objectively.

The idea that a group of men – who control the wealth of the world – can put their egos on hold long enough to agree on anything astounds me, let alone the idea that they think it’s feasible to create a one world government.

I don’t doubt that there are people who believe in that ideal, but it doesn’t seem plausible to me.

From what you say, G. Edward Griffin sounds like a very rational guy.
But I cringed when Ron Paul gave interviews to Alex.

Cheers!

  • Fri, Jan 16, 2009 - 01:32am

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    castlewp

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Alex Jones is nothing but disinformation.  80% truth to get you thinking, but the other 20% um…

I don’t think he knows he is doing it, but it keeps him in business.

Unfortunately, while he had good intentions, he ruined the 911 truth movement.  He made it look like a circus and no one who could really do something would take him seriously. 

  • Fri, Jan 16, 2009 - 04:52am

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    lpowell23

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    Re: The full faith and backing of the US Government

"The new incoming US Administration is perfect for the job since they will do anything to stay in power and have few principles.  Never bet against America."

Are you referring to the out going administration because that sounds more like Bushy and friends.    They were willing and did do anything to stay in power for eight long years, and now leaving with the US and world economy in the process of collapsing, two wars, Mideast blowing up again, and dwindling resources.   What a job!Surprised

  • Fri, Jan 16, 2009 - 05:11am

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    Re: Must See

[quote=gregroberts]

Slightly off topic but interesting,





Greg

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Thank you so much for the laughs and smiles.

I love nature and spiders and EVERYTHING…

I love youtube but it can get addicting– so be careful.  You could end up spending your entire life watching these videos and still not "catch up".

Thanks again!

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