Wednesday, May 31, 2006

"We are Going to Spray and Push" - MUST WATCH VIDEO

This should have been titled: "Why Good Honest Decent People Don't Like The Pigs"

To watch the cops and the corporate media get busted lying and covering up the police's illegal, unconstitutional, and morally irreprehensible chemical warfare (pepper spray is a chemical weapon) against peaceful demonstrators exercising their constituitional rights click the image abover or Here:

You have really got to be a mind-controlled zombie robot cop to take orders that are OBVIOUSLY unconstitutional, morally irreprehensible, and without a doubt will result in injury (and potentially the death of) inocent women and children. HEY COPS: This is why good honest decent people don't like you!!!


Saturday, May 27, 2006

What the price of Gold is Telling Us - By Congressman Ron Paul, Texas 14th

The complete article should be read by all concerned, thinking americans and holders of the US Dollar everywhere.

Full Article can be found Here:


The financial press, and even the network news shows, have begun reporting the price of gold regularly. For twenty years, between 1980 and 2000, the price of gold was rarely mentioned. There was little interest, and the price was either falling or remaining steady.

Since 2001 however, interest in gold has soared along with its price. With the price now over $600 an ounce, a lot more people are becoming interested in gold as an investment and an economic indicator. Much can be learned by understanding what the rising dollar price of gold means...

Holding gold is protection or insurance against government’s proclivity to debase its currency. The purchasing power of gold goes up not because it’s a so-called good investment; it goes up in value only because the paper currency goes down in value. In our current situation, that means the dollar.

One of the characteristics of commodity money-- one that originated naturally in the marketplace-- is that it must serve as a store of value. Gold and silver meet that test-- paper does not. Because of this profound difference, the incentive and wisdom of holding emergency funds in the form of gold becomes attractive when the official currency is being devalued. It’s more attractive than trying to save wealth in the form of a fiat currency, even when earning some nominal interest. The lack of earned interest on gold is not a problem once people realize the purchasing power of their currency is declining faster than the interest rates they might earn. The purchasing power of gold can rise even faster than increases in the cost of living...

Many central bankers in the last 15 years became so confident they had achieved this milestone that they sold off large hoards of their gold reserves. At other times they tried to prove that paper works better than gold by artificially propping up the dollar by suppressing market gold prices. This recent deception failed just as it did in the 1960s, when our government tried to hold gold artificially low at $35 an ounce. But since they could not truly repeal the economic laws regarding money, just as many central bankers sold, others bought. It’s fascinating that the European central banks sold gold while Asian central banks bought it over the last several years...

The special nature of the dollar as the reserve currency of the world has allowed this game to last longer than it would have otherwise. But the fact that gold has gone from $252 per ounce to over $600 means there is concern about the future of the dollar. The higher the price for gold, the greater the concern for the dollar. Instead of dwelling on the dollar price of gold, we should be talking about the depreciation of the dollar. In 1934 a dollar was worth 1/20th of an ounce of gold; $20 bought an ounce of gold. Today a dollar is worth 1/600th of an ounce of gold, meaning it takes $600 to buy one ounce of gold.

The number of dollars created by the Federal Reserve, and through the fractional reserve banking system, is crucial in determining how the market assesses the relationship of the dollar and gold. Though there’s a strong correlation, it’s not instantaneous or perfectly predictable. There are many variables to consider, but in the long term the dollar price of gold represents past inflation of the money supply. Equally important, it represents the anticipation of how much new money will be created in the future. This introduces the factor of trust and confidence in our monetary authorities and our politicians. And these days the American people are casting a vote of “no confidence” in this regard, and for good reasons.

The incentive for central bankers to create new money out of thin air is twofold. One is to practice central economic planning through the manipulation of interest rates. The second is to monetize the escalating federal debt politicians create and thrive on.

Today no one in Washington believes for a minute that runaway deficits are going to be curtailed. In March alone, the federal government created an historic $85 billion deficit. The current supplemental bill going through Congress has grown from $92 billion to over $106 billion, and everyone knows it will not draw President Bush’s first veto. Most knowledgeable people therefore assume that inflation of the money supply is not only going to continue, but accelerate. This anticipation, plus the fact that many new dollars have been created over the past 15 years that have not yet been fully discounted, guarantees the further depreciation of the dollar in terms of gold.

Thursday, May 11, 2006

Purchasing Power - a little poem by Steve Dore

You bought a house in '92, you paid 100k,
What do you think it might cost you now, in dollars of today,
For the record, the price you'd pay is greater than you might think,
Add a hundred thousand bucks, and throw in the kitchen sink

You gotta be makin' twice as much, to see just half the gain,
Don't forget, now, to figure in, that hidden part of this game,
Not to worry, if you can earn more and more from here,
Enough to balance out the cost, inflation takes each year

300 now, from 200 then, what might it be tomorrow,
Purchase power goes down the drain,
No wonder we all got to borrow,
Purchase power, purchase power, losing more each day,
A little bit here, a little more there,
Inflation steals it away

Nobody ever wants to see, their money disappear,
Losing purchase power, is something we all should fear,
History has a lesson, that's gonna be learned again,
Inflation steals you blind, while gold becomes your friend

It's not the metal that's goin' up, it's the dollar goin' down,
Printing presses print away, but no store of value's found,
Over the years, as paper fails, as it will always do,
Gold endures the test of time, pure wealth, tried and true

Got Gold? I have been warning the visitors to this site (and everyone that I know) for over a year that they better get some gold...

The 1st time I posted on gold was on January 24th, 2005 when gold was trading at ~$427

Did you listen?

The 2nd time that I posted on Gold was on March 4th 2005 when gold was trading at ~ $434

Did you listen?

The 3rd time that I posted on Gold was on Sept. 14th, 2005 when Gold was trading at ~$450

Did you listen?

The 4th time I posted on Gold was on Nov. 14th when Gold was trading at ~ $469

Did you listen?

The 5th time I posted on Gold was on February 1st when Gold was trading at ~$565

Did you listen?

The 6th time I posted on Gold was Feb. 9th, 06 when Gold was trading at ~$560

Did you listen?

The 7th time I posted on Gold was on Feb. 25th when Gold was trading at ~$554

Did you listen?

The 8th time I posted on Gold was on March 6th, 06 when Gold was trading at ~$565

Did you listen?

Today Gold hit $725.90 (which actually means that the purchasing power of crappy assed US Dollar dropped even further to where it now takes $725.90 to buy a single ounce of Gold).

Thanks for stopping by the site!


PS The reason your money is going down the drain is the Federal Reserve is a private criminal organization that lobbied/bribed Congress in 1913 to give it an unconstituional monopoly over the issuance of money and credit in the US. They have used this monopoly to personally enrich themselves at your expense to the tune of TRILLIONS of dollars over the years the proceeds of which they have used to buy outright 99% of the politicians, think tanks, foundations, and MainStreamMedia to ensure that none of them ever tell you about it.

Since they have now looted essentially all the value out of the country and because the Internet is starting to open peoples eyes to what has been going on they are going to crash the dollar so you won't have any resources to do anything about it. They are going to chew up the army in Iraq so they can't protect us when the truch comes out and they are setting up a police state and surveillance society to control us like the slaves we have become when the whole thing comes crashing down. When it happens remember where you heard it first.

You can go back to watching TV now... I think American Idol is on...

Starve the Beast!- SHORT, MUST WATCH VIDEO

Click on the image above or Here.

Another phat multimedia assault against the war machine!

Watch the flash... then watch the trailerhere:

And then pass this along to your peeps in the machine so we can stop this killing NOW!!


Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Now that I've got everyone's attention... Let me tell you what I really think of the First Family...

Click the image above or Here to see Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart rip both George and Laura Bush unmercilessly on the first episode of the Daily Show following the White House Correspondent's Dinner Last Year.

Monday, May 01, 2006

Stephen Colbert Rips Bush a New Asshole to His Face!!

Click the Image above or Here to watch the video

Here is a Blog with some snaps and commentary:

Bush glowered. Laura looked confused. Scott McClellan was like a dead deer caught in the headlights. Many of the journalists, celebs, ranking generals and other 'notables' at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner laughed openly, albeit uncomfortably, as Stephen Colbert of "The Colbert Report" just made himself about 500 times more of a national treasure and cemented himself as one of the most fearless satirists of this generation (instantly outpacing Jon Stewart, who, you get the feeling, wouldn't have had the nerve to go as far as Colbert did) by way of a savage and hilarious roast/takedown of President Bush, who was seated not eight feet away.

Have you heard? Did you see? You simply must. It was a revelation.

Even better than skewering that imbecile Bush who seemed like he couldn't tell if everyone was laughing at him about 50% of the time was bitch-slap Colbert gave the White House Press Corp! They TYPE! (and spell check!) classic... Etienne