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    • Thu, Jan 15, 2009 - 03:01am

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      castlewp

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      Wow!

    Way to go Grayson!!!





    • Wed, Jan 14, 2009 - 01:11pm

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      castlewp

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      Re: Global Climate Change: is it worth brushing off?

    I understand that there is a very passionate and heartfelt argument on both sides to this "climate Change" topic. And while I consider myself agnostic to the issue because of the complexity and disinformation on both sides, I believe that many in this debate have blinders on in that they are being used as pawns to a much bigger game.

    This game has been rigged and TPTB have made this among many other issues a huge distraction that has pitted an unwinnable argument against each other.  Meanwhile nothing will be done about it except to impose taxes on every citizen and the animals they own who flatulates.  This debate is an exercise in futility and the only thing we know for sure about Climate Change is that big funded committees will keep going long after their use-by date.  Here’s the campaign slogan for this kind of government "Vote for us, we confuse cause and effect, mix up issues, and solve problems by tackling something else instead!"  Good policies need good science.  Everything else is random government.

    As far as I am concerned (IMO) we are quickly breaking down as a country and a world.  And the change in the climate (which there always is naturally) is the least of our worries and (IMO) out of our control.  

    There is data on both sides of this theory that is very compelling and interesting, but there will be few people who actually change sides.  It is an argument culdesac that goes no where.

    We should be more passionate and heartfelt (again IMO) about how this controlled demolition of our economy is occurring and how to stop it.  There is a mountain of irrefutable evidence that I suppose we agree on.

    • Wed, Jan 14, 2009 - 04:43am

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      Re: Shipping rates hit zero as trade sinks

    Mike,

    Ruppert just put up another great post at http://mikeruppert.blogspot.com/

    He can really connect the dots.

    Bill 

    • Wed, Jan 14, 2009 - 04:17am

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      Re: Shipping rates hit zero as trade sinks

    I think I read somewhere where the US imports more than 50% of its food.  Please correct me if I’m wrong.

    Now, what are the food ramifications regarding this type of import ceasing?

    I understand that there are signs that domestic food producers are having inventories build on falling commodity prices, so is food being thrown out?  

    I see this as a major issue for us in the very near future.

    Can someone help me out here?  Thanks

     Bill 


    • Sun, Jan 11, 2009 - 02:55am

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      Re: Consumer Borrowing Falls By $7.94B in Nov. Biggest Drop …

    Instead of this being reported as the GREATEST NEWS IN THE LAST 65 years, the Wall St. Media reported this as a sign of a failing economy.  WHAT??  We are finally getting it and not borrowing any more money that we can’t afford in order to get out of this mess and because this hurts the bankers and helps the people it’s bad for the economy.

    Unbelievable!!  What a scam!

    Get out of all debt everyone.   

    • Sun, Jan 11, 2009 - 01:48am

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      Re: PEAK OIL A HOAX

    I understand that there is a very passionate and heartfelt argument on both sides to this "climate Change" topic. And while I consider myself agnostic to the issue because of the complexity and disinformation on both sides, I believe that many in this debate have blinders on in that they are being used as pawns to a much bigger game.

    This game has been rigged and TPTB have made this among many other issues a huge distraction that has pitted an unwinnable argument against each other.  Meanwhile nothing will be done about it except to impose taxes on every citizen and the animals they own who flatulates.  This debate is an exercise in futility and the only thing we know for sure about Climate Change is that big funded committees will keep going long after their use-by date.  Here’s the campaign slogan for this kind of government "Vote for us, we confuse cause and effect, mix up issues, and solve problems by tackling something else instead!"  Good policies need good science.  Everything else is random government.

    As far as I am concerned (IMO) we are quickly breaking down as a country and a world.  And the change in the climate (which there always is naturally) is the least of our worries and (IMO) out of our control.  

    There is data on both sides of this theory that is very compelling and interesting, but there will be few people who actually change sides.  It is an argument culdesac that goes no where.

    We should be more passionate and heartfelt (again IMO) about how this controlled demolition of our economy is occurring and how to stop it.  There is a mountain of irrefutable evidence that I suppose we agree on.

     

    • Fri, Jan 09, 2009 - 09:44pm

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      Re: FT: German bond sale’s fate signals trouble ahead

    Sorry here is the link

    http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/16c7ceba-dcbe-11dd-a2a9-000077b07658.html?nclick_check=1

    • Fri, Jan 09, 2009 - 07:31pm

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      Re: Is Inflation Coming?

    What derivatives traders are doing is usually a good leading indicator.

    • Fri, Jan 09, 2009 - 04:38am

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      Re: Did Speculation Fuel Oil Price Swings?

    Guys, I don’t think you realize how censored our media really is especially 60 Minutes.  This clip made me puke and I was an avid fan before.





    Bill

    • Thu, Jan 08, 2009 - 10:52pm

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      castlewp

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      Re: Climate Code Red -Telling The Truth To Power

    This is an argument culdesac.  I think this puts things in perspective.

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=eScDfYzMEEw

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