Monday, December 23, 2013

Ramble on Mormonism... need some work, which I'll probably never get to. If you can't see that "Moroni" was wrong, well. Anyway... Merry Christmas.

...or should we take from the absence of your so doing that God approves of Mormonism?

It seems unlikely that God approves of a religion created by a 33rd degree Mason (33 after the death of the sun/son) that died with his little Saturn talisman on him. 

It's all merely symbolic, except when it isn't.  Interesting how some people seem to be able to invent or create religions, huh?  Shrug.  Bow to the cube at Mecca (Islam), wear a cube on your head (Judaic factions).. or follow a guy that claimed to talk to Moroni and what not.  What a blockhead.  

If the paths of sheeple following Judas goats* are wide and broad, it's probably merely because they are well trampled and traveled. Seriously.    

A Judas goat is a trained goat used in general animal herding. The Judas goat is trained to associate with sheep or cattle, leading them to a specific destination. In stockyards, a Judas goat will lead sheep to slaughter, while its own life is spared. Judas goats are also used to lead other animals to specific pens and onto trucks. They have fallen out of use in recent times, but can still be found in various smaller slaughterhouses in some parts of the world.  --Wikipedia
  It's not really that complicated.  There's always the Good Shepherd.  It's not always symbolic.  Well... unless you're in a great big hologram, then it is all symbolic. 

Friday, December 20, 2013

Off topic ramble...

...then you can bet there won’t be any other productive industries moving here in the future.

   Industries in America don't necessarily have to be productive to be profitable at this point. So Cleanup Inc. could move in and probably play pretend about vaporizing the chemicals in a green way by partnering with Solar Power Inc. And then the government might even give ponzi to their cronies or clients in Solar Power Inc. even if no one was actually doing much about the chemicals in reality, etc. It might even be a matter of the "federal reserve notes" that trace back to the Federal Reserve Inc. and not pollution or having Cleanup Inc. cleaning much up in reality.

Actually, a quicker way to make money would probably be to incorporate as the insurance company of Cleanup Inc. and just go entirely into "financial services." Insurance Corporation, Inc.? One would think that there would be some sort of an economic "correction" based on math and physics to the corruption of politicians and lawyers and paper and ponzi pushers, i.e. that little thing called "reality" in general would intrude on the limited lifespan of lying about value... but it hasn't happened yet in many regions. One would think that something more than regions like Detroit and Camden would have to give way eventually, especially given how utterly stupid, wasteful and corrupt the federal government is getting too.

I.e. "blue state" cities or regions like NYC and Delaware as the epicenters of financing the financing of something Financial Inc. may have to give way a mathematical and physically based view of "reality" too. It's not clear how papering it all over with ponzi and currency that's flowing all around the world can keep working at this point. The point is, illusions and lies have limited lifespans while what would seem to be mathematical and physical realities are actually real. And yet illusions and lies keep "working," at least for now. Ironically people need the government to be full of smart people of the highest possible integrity... basically people totally unlike Joe "New World Order" Biden.  Real.  Dumb.

 I wonder what it would take for regions in Delaware to "collapse" economically like Detroit and Camden. We might find out eventually. And then there won't be much money for Cleanup Inc., even if they're needed to clean up an environment that's been looted by some other mysterious "legal fictions" known as corporations.
The City of Wilmington's bond rating is AA- by all three major rating agencies (Moody's, Fitch, and Standard & Poor's).
vs. Standard & Poor's Ratings Services cut its rating on Detroit's general obligation debt to 'C' from 'CC' on Friday
 Apparently they wait until a region is relegated to the status of a bombed or "war torn" Third World nation before downgrading?  

Time to get out of Afghanistan

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Here we are now, entertain us.

Rambling on from here...

Shrug.  Why do I even bother.  More entertainment.

The level of ignorance and stupidity:
"You're either with us or you're with the terrists."  --W

"They hate you for your freedoms."  --W

The pet scape goat didn't even have a clue about what "deep state" types of people in the government like Cheney and Rumsfeld that had been there for 30 plus years were up to, apparently.  Maybe we don't need term limits for politicians.. and instead we need term limits for anyone that's been in the government or the FBI/CIA/NSA/Pentagon for over a decade?  Because eventually many seem to start looking out for themselves and their interests* more than "national security"... and then whatever patriots are left have to become whistle blowers pursued by an utterly corrupt administration like Obama's.   

*And it doesn't help when the attitude of the corporate media is: "Please take a leak on me first, me first!  Official sources** are now telling me!" or "President Obama, what is your favorite color?  Do you poop rainbows?  I thought you might."  I.e....  not an attitude of investigative journalism.

**Or Fox News:  "Our official sources have told us this... except when it's an Israeli spy ring, then they didn't tell us anything and we scrub our sites.  Bring out our Menorah, it's not a symbol of Jewish nationalism and Mossad terrorists.  Whoa, a huge Menorah is being lit by Chabad and Rahm Immanuel at the White House.  Anyway, there's a war on the national holiday of Christmas and Christmas trees... or somethin'."

True pagan nationalists mixed in with "JudeoChristians," I guess...  so asking their opinion on Chabad's ideologies of racial supremacy would be like asking Dana Perino her opinion of W's role in the Bush crime family with his poppy.

Ramble of the day, too bad people apparently have no use for the "avoid entangling alliances" philosophy of the Founders and the Constitution these days.  Because their philosophy would make the majority of this stuff irrelevant.  People could even live at peace with people that take a Talmudic mentality, without becoming rather "entangled" in their ideologies of tribal supremacy or infinitely bureaucratic legalism. 

That's the thing about the NSA, all that surveillance and they couldn't see the Boston boys being turned away from their training and can never see the work of Israelis either.  That's because it's a matter of people being willing to focus on and investigate the truth no matter what based on facts, logic and evidence.  I.e. it's not a matter of technology or better bureaucracies full of "experts" and careerists in "Star Trek" rooms like the NSA had.      

Well, you can tell a lot of media outside of America isn't owned or operated by tribal Judaics yet.

Note that prominent dual citizens actually agree that Gaza should be "strangled" and all the rest of it. After all, tribe members are just preemptively protecting themselves from terrorists.  Or something like that.

I would point out that ignorant American goyim don't have representation in the Israeli government to the same extent that Israelis have representation in the United States.   Apparently the "special relationship" is all one way based on Jewish supremacy, an assumption that many Judaics apparently don't even see because they just assume it.  

More assumptions:

"Give America your tired, your poor... wretched refuse!"  --Emma Lazarus

"P.S.... but I want my own religious state and an ethnic, national homeland because we're superior to the wretched refuse or somethin'."

Speaking of the statue of Liberty, note Sarkozy's recent version of the same mentality:  "French people will have to be forced to intermarry, after we force Arabs to wear different clothes.  It's diversity and all that."

"P.S...  I'm off to Israel to light a Menorah.  We have anti-miscegenation laws there.  And the Menorah itself is a symbol of our tribalism and our rejection of intermarriage and diversity.  But you need to intermarry, dumb goyim." 
Except for two places, I have retained the French word "métissage" (crossbreeding), and it's various verbal and adjectival forms, since "crossbreeding", "racial mixing" and other similar terms don't always convey the right meaning. "Crossbreeding" sounds too scientific, as when farmers crossbreed crops. "Miscegenation" is too technical and refers to marriage. "Mongrelization" and "bastardization" are too graphic. It looks as if "métissage" will join "laïcité" and "communautarisme" as French words that are so troublesome, it's better to just leave them.

However, if you have suggestions, feel free...

"(...) the objective is to meet the challenge of "métissage" - the challenge of "métissage" that the 21st century is confronting us with. The challenge of "métissage", France has always been familiar with it, and by meeting the challenge of "métissage"   ....
It is not a choice. It is an obligation. It is an imperative. We cannot do otherwise at the risk of finding ourselves faced with considerable problems.

We must change, so we will change.   Link

Yet he didn't have anything to say about Israel's anti-miscegenation laws or need for "change" for Palestinians to marry Jews.

Imagine that.

I'm actually for intermarriage of the racial sort.  It tends to work out for the best.  That's the irony of some Jews trying to use immigration and intermarriage against other tribes to consolidate power or new alliances for themselves while keeping anti-miscegenation laws among themselves.  Shrug.  Note that some are basically doing the same thing in America, that's what the multicultural/Frankfurt* school type of attack on "whites" is all about.  If you're WASP then convert to Judaism instead of "JudeoChristianity"...  and there you go, now you can establish your religion in a state, reject multiculturalism, get pretty tribal, have anti-miscegenation laws and pretty much just run wild with it all.  You could even "impose" your religious symbols on the White House lawn or all around the country without fear of lawsuits.

*But that's another "conspiracy theory."  Right.  All tribalism leads to conspiracy theories... perhaps Honey Boo Boo America and ignorant goyim could think about it this way.  On an episode of Survivor, a group of people usually starts conspiring and then another person gets voted off the island.  Factions and tribes vary...      

Friday, December 13, 2013

Stefan Molyneux Discusses Our Current Place in Human History

How one mega-bank tries to crush bitcoin

Meh.... whatever. I don't really have time to go over this. Complex issue. So I'll just put it here.

But “hoarding” has differing connotations, as collectivism in Soviet Russia demonstrated. Anyone who had extra grain and hid it in order to avoid starvation was labeled a hoarder.

The reason that Bolsheviks starved people was generally the same reason that Madeline Albright said that starving to death over 500,000 Iraqi children was "worth it."  It's a siege mentality that leads to preemptive wars based on tribalism and ethnic hatred. 

So if you're concerned about results like that where hundreds of thousands or millions starve, then focus on its source in tribalism and racism and ethnic hatred.  Its source isn't normal progressive ideas of the sort that gave birth to the eugenics movement or a "task force" on hoarding or whatever they're up to now.  Even if they're misguided, many are usually trying to be helpful and not masking a dead eyed form of tribal hatred like Madeline Albright's. 

  For example, its Soviet version.  Starvation included:
Genrikh Grigoryevich Yagoda (Russian: Ге́нрих Григо́рьевич Яго́да; 7 November 1891–15 March 1938), born Yenokh Gershevich Iyeguda (Russian: Енох Гершевич Иегуда) was a Soviet secret police official who served as director of the NKVD, the Soviet Union's security and intelligence agency, from 1934 to 1936. ....   Yagoda also supervised the construction of the White Sea – Baltic Canal using slave labor from the GULAG system, during which many of the laborers died.
   Yagoda was born in Rybinsk into a Jewish family. He joined the Bolsheviks in 1907. --Wikipedia
  Millions dead.  Hundreds of thousands starved to death.  Children too.  "Worth it."  Etc.

Interesting that people can still hardly deal with the topic of one of the main reasons that Soviet Communism and the starvation of millions came into existence: is impossible to find the answer to the eternal question: who is to be blamed, who led us to our death? To explain the actions of the Kiev cheka [secret police] only by the fact that two thirds were Jews, is certainly incorrect."
   Solzhenitsyn, awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1970, spent much of his life in Soviet prison camps, enduring persecution when he wrote about his experiences. He is currently in frail health, but in an interview given last month he said that Russia must come to terms with the Stalinist and revolutionary genocides - and that its Jewish population should be as offended at their own role in the purges as they are at the Soviet power that also persecuted them.
   "My book was directed to empathise with the thoughts, feelings and the psychology of the Jews - their spiritual component," he said. "I have never made general conclusions about a people. I will always differentiate between layers of Jews. One layer rushed headfirst to the revolution. Another, to the contrary, was trying to stand back. The Jewish subject for a long time was considered prohibited. Zhabotinsky [a Jewish writer] once said that the best service our Russian friends give to us is never to speak aloud about us."
(Solzhenitsyn breaks last taboo of the revolution
Nobel laureate under fire for new book on the role of Jews in Soviet-era repression)  The Guardian
If you're concerned about totalitarianism and people being starved economically then focus on the ethnic hatred that usually gets the ball rolling.  American and European progressives are not the same as Jewish Bolsheviks or Madeline Albright being motivated by ancient "not worth a Jewish fingernail" ethnic hatreds looking at others starving to death and thinking: "This is worth it."

Everyone has had their own version of that.  Islamic/Dhimmi, Talmudic/goyim, Nazi/lesser race,  Christian Zionist/exceptionalism  ... etc.  But there's usually only one that people are generally blind to, make excuses for, or call people names like "antisemitic" over.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Interesting interview leading to a discussion on aspects of Jewish culture and the way it has been incorporated with doctrines of preemptive War Inc.

Delaware Inc.

 From Delaware Liberal:
Tom Carper and Chris Coons are co-chairs of “The Third Way” , a corporate Democrat’s think tank in Washington that has been described as “oligarchy promoters pretending to be reasonable.”
Aside from Carper and Coons, the leadership of the Third Way is, “made up almost entirely of investment bankers and other Wall Street executives.[5] So it is not surprising that Caper’s organization is going all out to undermine and discredit Elizabeth Warren.
 I don't know why they're even bothering, given that Warren probably couldn't do anything about regulatory agencies that have been captured anyway.

 At a time when Wall Street is absolutely swimming in wealth, New York City is experiencing an epidemic of homelessness.  According to the New York Times, the last time there was this many homeless children in New York City was during the days of the Great Depression.  And the number of homeless children in the United States overall recently set a new all-time record.  
New York City Has The Most Homeless Children Since The Great Depression, Zerohedge

I think I might try to focus and be a more focused blogger for a while instead of being "Mr. Read Everything," as my wife put it tonight.

Who am I kidding, I'm just going to keep reading and writing at this point. 


Metabunk - Error

 Lol...  today has been a funny day.  

I think I'm going to join the forums at or maybe other sites where people aren't into going into some sort of weird "debunking" mode on all conspiracies.  Given that the world is full of conspiracies, so you have to become a better conspiracy theorist or supplant the crazy conspiracies mixed in with an element of truth (Alex Jones) with a good, evidence based analysis of real conspiracies (Ry Dawson). 

Mick has basically found a "Let's try to be more specific." excuse to program Metabunk to turn into the material of satire on 911 truth.  But more and more people are becoming familiar with the evidence and the most likely explanations based on it, so it's going to wind up being him and the corporate media against the internet eventually. 

I don't think he's corrupt like some people in the corporate media seem to be.  It seems more likely that he just has his little hobby and supposed "debunking" habits that happen to be programmed and structured in such a way as to support his general theories and naive worldview.  I wonder if he was a boy scout.  Anyway, Metabunk is full of bunk...  so I'm off to the conspiracy theorists.    

Metabunk 12/11

I always almost forget how Mick is. It's too bad that a smart guy is willing to make himself into the material of satire, for whatever reason.  My theory on that is that he's so used to dealing with "conspiracy theorists" that are wrong or silly that he'd try to debunk a conspiracy that actually existed out of habit.  So even is something actually was a conspiracy that the "official sources just took a leak on me" corporate media couldn't get right, he'd never know it.  Too busy going into debunking mode out of habit.  That's my theory, anyway...  too bad he basically doesn't allow any theories but his own on his site. 

 The reason I insist points be individual addressed is that otherwise we just get arguments based on the length of lists of points. And one can always add another point to the list.

Given your own big picture or theoretical thinking, it probably wouldn't even matter if a number of the individual points were verified.

In this case, if the passport was linked to a report of an Urban Moving Systems van driving by and an Israeli reportedly dressed as an Arab, getting out and doing a little dance and then dropping something on the ground the "debunking" mentality would probably go into effect in this way.

"They weren't really dancing. Define dancing. They were probably just waving their arms. People wave their arms all the time, nothing to see... move along."

"They weren't really dressed as an Arab, even if that's what the police report says. Define Arab. Define dressing. Everyone wears clothes and they were just wearing clothes."

"They may not have really dropped anything on the ground and no one saw that it was a passport. People drop stuff on the ground all the time. They probably dropped their wallet. People do that all the time. It's just a wallet. Here's a picture of a wallet."

Points and facts need a theoretical framework to exist in.

Isn't it all?  

Keiser Report: Bitcoin Battle


Get right down to it and perhaps the question is, what ISN'T an odious form of debt/money in America.  Maybe the debt/money spent on having shrimp running on treadmills... that I might agree needs to be paid back to the Chinese or whoever. 

But you want to try to pay all the "national debt" back through the Talmudic/Masonic bankstering system by which it was created, based on cutting medicare for the elderly or whatever?  Real.  Dumb.  If anything, Israel should have to begin sending foreign aide to Americans and Talmudic/Masonic bankers on 33rd Liberty Street in NYC should have to "bail out" the American sheeple instead of continually shearing them.

Now that the war with Syria/Iran has gone cold, the opportunities to create more odious debts for the sake of tribal interests may be more limited.  Perspectives on what to do about that probably vary, given what tribe members have said in the past:
Andrew Adler, the owner and publisher of the Atlanta Jewish Times, a weekly newspaper serving Atlanta's Jewish community, devoted his January 13, 2012 column to the thorny problem of the U.S. and Israel's diverging views on the threat posed by Iran. Basically Israel has three options, he wrote: Strike Hezbollah and Hamas, strike Iran, or "order a hit" on Barack Obama. Either way, problem solved!   ....
A nervous Adler told me over the phone that he wasn't advocating Obama's assassination by Mossad agents. "Of course not," he said.

But do you think Israel should consider it an option? "No."

But do you believe that Israel is in fact considering the option in its most inner circles? "No. Actually, no. I was hoping to make clear that it's unspeakable—god forbid this would ever happen. I take it you're quoting me?"

Yes. "Oh, boy."

When I asked Adler why, if he didn't advocate assassination and didn't believe Israel was actually considering it, he wrote a column saying he believed that the option was "on the table," he asked for a minute to compose himself and call me back. Link
  All people have to do is push back a little bit on the siege mentality and the racism and ideologies of supremacy that Judaics are being inculcated with.  There again, you have to ACTUALLY DO THAT and stop letting them get away with murder because you're scared of being called names. "Antisemitic."  Etc.

They'll stop proposing that a president be assassinated or arguing that "Well, we did call ahead before we bombed..." just call them up.  They're not really nefarious masterminds, geniuses based on race.  There's a lot of idiots in the mix too.  And many are generally just some people that have been utterly inculcated with tribalism and fear, which naturally creates "conspiracies" or factions "breathing together."  That's probably why it's pretty jarring and an "I'll call you back." breathtaking moment when they have to think about or try to empathize with a perspective outside of their perceived tribe.

Good comment on that article: 
Really working to NOT dispel that whole Jews-secretly-control-the-world trope, are you Adler?
In all seriousness though: I've asked this before but what does the U.S. actually *get* for our alliance with Israel? I mean yes, thanks, I know they're the only actual democracy in the Middle East but what things do they actually provide us with in return for us *endlessly* shielding them? Call me stupid but I thought the meat-and-drink of being "allies" was a sort of healthy give an take. But mostly it seems to actually work out this way:
U.S. Gives Israel: Everything
Israel Gives U.S.: Scorn, Belittlement, Essential Blackmailing of Our Elected Representatives, and, Every 18 Months, the Revelation That They're *Still* Spying On Us

Jewish factions don't secretly control the world, they fairly openly conspire to and usually have an impact on it disproportionate to their numbers due to tribalism though.  It's not a matter of fully articulated conspiratorial genius among all tribe members.  It's just a matter of maintaining tribalism in general (while often working to dissolve all other tribes and factions).

Tribalism isn't even always all bad, it's a matter of looking out for your own or those that you consider family.  But when that mentality becomes similar to the family/mafia, then there's a problem.  "If you can't hate your family, then you can't follow me." Jesus

Or something like that.  Take your pick of what he said, as basically every other thing He said or did refuted or undermined rabbinic attempts to establish tribalism and racism.       

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Paul Krugman on Bitcoin?

Bitcoin thus spontaneously developed a price, as do all things in an open market if they are sufficiently useful and sufficiently scarce. Let's look at value a little further, because it's a contentious issue with Bitcoin. There are many (including Paul Krugman) who believe Bitcoin isn't worth anything and is no more than a speculative bubble fad. I wouldn't expect Krugman to "get it," but wiser/real economists need only observe metals to start understanding why Bitcoins have value.  Link

What an idiot, as usual.

If Bitcoin goes to zero then it will be due to the unforeseen emergence of a better crypto currency and not due to the fact that it's just some "bubble fad" of the sort created by central bankers.

Comment on the juxtaposition of Mandela's and Netanyahu's justifications for terrorism... and another ramble.

Without violence, what incentive did whites have to end apartheid?

The same sort of MLK incentives that whites in America had to end it. It’s curious how most people justify terrorism while playing pretend that it’s always wrong simply because it’s terrorism. Turns out that’s not the case.
Even Mandela apparently wasn’t all rainbows either, as he kept on justifying terrorism against other terrorists:

In 1990, Mandela likened Israel to a “terrorist state” and declared that “we do not regard the PLO as a terrorist organization. If one has to refer to any parties as a terrorist state, one might refer to the Israeli government because they are the people who are slaughtering defenseless and innocent Arabs in the occupied territories”.
Mandela should have raised Jewish eyebrows when in 1990 he embraced Arafat in Lusaka, Zambia, likening the Palestinian-Israeli conflict to the struggle against South African apartheid. “If the truth alienates the powerful Jewish community in South Africa, that’s too bad”, said Mandela.
During a trip to Libya, Mandela declared that “we consider ourselves to be comrades in arms to the Palestinian Arabs in their struggle for the liberation of Palestine. There is not a single citizen in South Africa who is not ready to stand by his Palestinian brothers in their legitimate fight against the Zionist racists”. Link
I’m not sure how a man that at one point seems to have been surrounded by Jewish “antisemitic” in some racial way. I guess antisemitism means different things to different people depending on their perceptions of “race” and understanding of rabbinic ideas in which ideologies and religions can supposedly be wrapped around or based on perceptions of race and tribe.

As some 100 heads of state were gathering in South Africa to honor Nelson Mandela at a massive memorial service Tuesday, leaders of South Africa’s Jewish community were expressing disappointment with the fact that Israel would not be represented by President Shimon Peres or Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the tribute.
At least Netanyahu didn’t say that he wouldn’t go because Mandela was a “”"”"terrrorist.”"”"” Whatever happened to the war on terror, anyway? It seems like it’s never going to end.

Netanyahu on terrorism: “We tried to call ahead when we were going to blow people up. That’s the type of stuff we do, probably because we’re superior.” Arguments like that show the extent of the ideologies of supremacy and racism involved in Netanyahu’s terrorism. I’m not sure what Mandela’s excuses were for his but they could probably be as good as Netanyahu’s.

In any event, at least Mandela apparently changed his mind later or was willing to engage in the theatrical production of changing his mind with the rainbows of tolerance and all the rest of it. Ironic that he actually remained on a terrorist watch list in the Masonic/Talmudic U.S./Israeli Conglomeration Inc. of a “JudeoChristian nation” until 2008.

I wonder if he had to have his underpants checked for WMDs. There again, we all did thanks to Chertoff:

Chertoff Group, LLC is a registered corporation in the State of Delaware formed on February 2, 2009. The firm is lead by Chertoff and Chad Sweet, who served as Chertoff’s Chief of Staff during his tenure as Secretary of Homeland Security. Mr. Sweet worked in the CIA until the early 1990s, when he began a career in investment banking. He initially worked at Morgan Stanley and was later recruited by Goldman Sachs. Google
Lol. And there’s the fusion of financial terrorism, banksterism and the supposed prevention of terrorism through the financing of the warfare side of the welfare/warfare state again. At least Americans can stand back and let $afety First Inc. or representatives of Israeli corporations (That kept saying “We won’t outsource our national security.” after the Syria/Iran situation went kaput.) stop any future underwear bombers. Safety. Shew.

There are probably a few patriots left in the NSA/CIA/FBI somewhere. Here’s to hoping that they try to do their jobs WITH THEIR FELLOW AMERICANS IN MIND and not their careers in mind, not Turkish interests in mind, not Saudi interests and not even Israeli interests either. I.e. Israeli interests that apparently have more “dual citizen” representation in America than any other foreign interest, etc. The FBI/CIA/NSA need to do their actual jobs like Sibel Edmonds and other whistle blowers have been trying to… etc. It’s already having an effect on the corrupt degenerates within the oligarchical structures being produced by the Federal Reserve Inc. and the banking cartel. (I.e. structures that tend to put foreign interests and global corporations before the interests of the American people, etc.)

Monday, December 09, 2013

This guy did his research.

In fact, if we look at history, we find this pattern of deception to have been quite prevalent among adherents of Judaism. See, for instance, the following..

Of course, it's also prevalent among everyone.  Although perhaps one could look at calls for deception, usury and lying being aspects of a religion or tribal tradition as throwing gas on fires that already tend to burn on their own anyway.

Random comment on Goldman Sachs...

It doesn't hit the corporate media much anymore but Greek peasants are now "anti-semitic" thanks to Blankfein doing "God's work."  It would probably be best if people dropped the focus on racial perceptions that only verify the rabbinic scam of telling people that they're Special Victims of Hate and moved on to being directly and ideologically anti-Talmudic. 

Friday, December 06, 2013

Metabunk, 12/6

Almost forgot I need to save this, given the way Mick is.

Saving the comment above mine also:  
Hello Jay,

When you have time, I'd appreciate a response to the points I made above. I think for the thermitic theory to even have a faint fighting chance, there would have to be enough Fe and Al by % for a thermitic reaction.
And yet,
It ignites at 430C.
It produces iron microspheres.
It has a greater energy density than conventional thermite.
It is composed of nanoparticulate Fe2O3 and elemental Al.
It was in all the WTC dust samples studied by the Harrit team.
Yet, the substance in question has no known manufacturing correlate.

I appreciate your confidence in this knowledge claim, but how do you account for the fact that the substance contains free Al, relatively uniform 100 nm Fe2O3 particles and produces iron microspheres as a by-product? You cannot simply leave these facts unreconciled. That is your current stance, which indicates you have no interest in doing science. You like to sound scientific, yet you fail to take into account actual experimentation.

If you don't think the label "thermitic" should not apply to the material because it was burned in an ambient atmosphere, that's fine. It's still unlike any paint known.

Again, a very confident-sounding claim, but have you taken a piece of dried primer (of a LaClede formula variant) and tested to see what temperature it ignites at? Or if it produces IRON MICROSPHERES upon ignition? That would be a DECISIVE VICTORY to put to bed the notion that the red-gray chips are some unexploded, experimental military-grade thermal bridge material FOREVER! But we both know the reason no one has done that is because that's not what dried paint or primer paint does when it ignites.

If they were just some "variant of the LaClede formula," why was Dr. Millette unable to make that connection?

So, any material with organic binder is like any other material with organic binder? That's so clearly not true, it pains me to have to point it out.

Again with your "Anybody who knows can tell you..." argument from authority. And yet, why has not a SINGLE EXPERIMENT been done to confirm what "any decent materials scientist" can spot right away? Maybe because it's not true. Maybe no one has done an experiment to show how the LaClede formula burns at 430C and produces IRON MICROSPHERES because it simply doesn't do that. Maybe you have to stuff your posts with so much bluster and fluff about how "obvious it is to any expert" because you don't have a real argument to stand on.

People who are paying attention can see the difference between an argument with no substance and an argument with real empirical tests underpinning it. You can quote all the percentages of material composition, but it gets you no closer to dismissing the red-gray chips as evidence of a criminal conspiracy attempting to hide underneath the hijackings.

Except you don't mean "empirically." You mean it has detractors, such as yourself, who have no empirical basis WHATSOEVER to make claims of the insignificance of this evidence. And yet again, you make my point by trying to make the red-gray chips, as well as their by-products unimportant in the framework Official Conspiracy Theory.

If you take away all your appeals to authority, all your bare assertions stated with nothing but a salesman's confidence, there is no substance behind anything you say. You can't expect anyone to take your position seriously if you have nothing to back up your claims.

I see you bowed out of the discussion already, and that's the only smart move you can make at this point. The science clearly undermines your position. Your official theory is no help. All you can do is say things with a sense of authority and disappear--hoping some weak-minded individual who doesn't have the will to think for himself will agree with you. That's what "victory" looks like to you.

This is why I don't engage with people whose clear purpose is to persuade--not to disambiguate. I'm of the opinion that when facts are laid bare, people can tell the difference between bull and sense. I'm not selling a goddamned thing. If you have a problem with the arguments I make, let's take a look at them and break it down to the most understandable pieces we can. I don't fear that. I relish it.
You like this.

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What if they just simulated some of the chips weakening steel columns and changed variables until their simulation weakened them enough to "explain" everything else that was observed? Apparently that would be a scientific investigation, from some perspectives. And from your simulated perspective it seems clear that you wouldn't need a "red layer of the chips" painted on during asbestos abatement work, given that all you would in some cases would be "office fires." Perhaps when NIST demonstrates, experimentally, that office fires can essentially "cut through" thick structural steel columns then AE911 types will be obligated to put a "red layer of the chips" or thermite on some columns to demonstrate that it can "cut through" them in the same way?

Ironic: "If you insist on experimental testing to prove anything...." (There again, maybe that's not really evidence of irony and it's just a simulation of being ironic.)

Is it possible for "experimental evidence" to prove anything about thermite in the first place? If they did take some of the chips and weakened steel with it (perhaps to the same extent as apparent furnaces of fire that can be generated with office furniture alone, etc.), then what? I suspect that your quasi-magical standard for supposed experimental evidence ("Office fires... yeah." vs. "Thermite, impossible!") and verifiability/falsifiability isn't what you seem to be imagining it is.

So what are you supposedly imagining that you would conclude if they actually did take a "red layer of the chips" and "cut through" or weakened steal with it? It seems unlikely that you would necessarily then be capable of imagining that thermite was used on 911 and therefore begin to be able to look for or at lines of evidence that it was, in fact, used.

You also added claims about the hijackers and all the rest to try to show that a simulation of an investigation has been entirely sufficient, case closed. The conclusion of the official story being that evidence of thermite or any other incendiary or use of explosives generally need not or cannot be looked for in the first place. Yet those claims were basically all false, so false assumptions seem to be shaping your view of any evidence that thermite may have been used. With respect to thermite and the technical details of finding evidence of its use, what would be a reason to look for evidence of thermite in the first place and what would subsequently look like evidence that it had been found?

Right. You argue that if they "cut through" a beam with it then the official story would be falsified. Curious that you don't have the same experimental standards for the imaginary furnaces of fire that can apparently be created out of office furniture and donuts, though. Would you also want NIST to stop running simulations long enough to demonstrate their claims experimentally as well?

 That's it from Metabunk.

But here is some investigative journalism on the same topic:  As the application of the super-thermite must have occurred during the months prior to 9-11, I have used FOIA and other means to try to find who could have been doing such work in the towers during 2000-2001.  There was one significant clue at the very beginning.  Two days after 9-11, Engineering News-Record (ENR) reported that an asbestos abatement and demolition company called LVI had done extensive asbestos abatement work in the World Trade Center:
AMEC Inc., Turner Corp. and Bovis Lend Lease were set to assume "lead roles" in the cleanup effort, says Lee Benish, AMEC vice president. "From the very beginning, we've been deeply involved with the city department of emergency services," he says. "They're sorting through who will be doing what." LVI Services Inc., New York City, which has done extensive asbestos abatement work on the towers in the past, is involved in similar work now as well as other cleanup efforts.

LVI was immediately a suspect because it does a great deal of pre-demolition work in which it prepares buildings for demolition.  LVI has done several large demolition jobs with Controlled Demolition, Inc. of Maryland.

Partin concluded: “The Murrah Federal Building was not destroyed by one sole truck bomb. The major factor in its destruction appears to have been detonation of explosives carefully placed at four critical junctures on supporting columns within the building. The only possible reinforced concrete structural failure solely attributable to the truck bomb was the stripping out of the ceilings of the first and second floors in the ‘pit’ area behind columns B4 and B5. Even this may have been caused by a demolition charge at column B3. It is truly unfortunate that a separate and independent bomb damage loads of debris were hauled away, smashed down, and covered with dirt behind a security fence . . . All ambiguity with respect to the use of supplementing demolition charges and the type of truck used could be quickly resolved if the FBI were required to release the surveillance camera coverage of this terribly tragic event.” ( 
Soon after the explosion, Controlled Demolition Inc. was called in to destroy those parts of the building which had remained standing, and to speedily dispose of all the rubble of the building. 
This, of course, prefigures the blatant tampering with a crime scene which became the hallmark of Mayor Giuliani’s approach to the World Trade Center, again using CDI.

(Tarpley, Webster Griffin (2012-04-12). 9/11 Synthetic Terror)

Thursday, December 05, 2013

Zerohedge on Bitcoin

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BTC will be $1 million when dollars are worthless.
Empty victory.
Thu, 12/05/2013 - 12:12 | 4217965 new fonestar
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BTC will still facilitate transfer of payment when dollars are worthless.
Thu, 12/05/2013 - 13:28 | 4218359 new long-shorty
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The reason Bitcoin will fail as a currency is that Fonestar is kind of right; were BTC to become remotely widely adopted, it would need to trade to 7 figures and beyond. The # of available bitcoins is too scarce. There's no way late adopters of Bitcoin are going to support such a valuation, as way too much value would have to accrue to the early adopters. Bitcoin will never become widely adopted; it is simply yet another penny stock that will fly as far as the speculators will carry it, until it is abandoned and the hangers-on are left with a mess of losses.
Thu, 12/05/2013 - 13:34 | 4218404 new fonestar
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A penny stock? Man I thought the people on CNBC blog were dumb!  Bitcoin is a currency and it is gaining massive adoption in case you weren't paying attention.
Thu, 12/05/2013 - 14:02 | 4218526 new digi
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I assure you the wealth distribution of bitcoin is much better than any presently used currency. And it only stands to be more dispersed as the other currencies become more concentrated. As a wealthy bitcoin holder you spend your coins to increase their adoption and therefore their value. As a wealthy fiat holder you print more money for yourself and your circle of friends.
Thu, 12/05/2013 - 11:23 | 4217741 new nope-1004
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You could be correct, no one knows the future for sure.  The hilarity here though is that the bank now all of the sudden sees fair value some 20% higher than the 900% run it just had....   That's like me predicting in February that January WAS cold.
So this isn't about offering market advice by the bank on BTC, it's about controlling its advance, because if it gets away on them, they lose.
BofA just released a personal desperation piece, that's all.  And its feckin' hilarious.

Five minutes in... I'm surprised at how that seems to be such a difficult concept for people to understand about all currencies. "It aquires value by people using it". QED

Bitcoin in retrospect...

It may "crash" again but the overall cycle and trajectory is up because there is ultimately real value in escaping (to some extent) what central bankers have been doing with their own largely virtual/digital currencies by means of another virtual/digital store of value. 

People like to say that it's a tulip bubble but what if dollars and the central banker's ponzi is more like a tulip bubble? 

To some extent, I don't care if the value of Bitcoin fluctuates because for me it's:  "Target, banksters."  Although I do care in the sense that wild fluctuations may result in Bitcoin failing to be integrated in economies more than it already has been.  But some pretty wild fluctuations haven't stopped it yet.   

Anyway, kind of ironic that a lot of people keep saying that Bitcoin is a ponzi scheme just like the oligarchs' and banksters' virtual currencies that they've already been incorporated in using, which just goes to show that a lot of people are utterly clueless.


Bitcoin may be in a bubble now* but if anything is like the proverbial tulip bubble, it's the stock market.

*I actually doubt that, given how fast it's being integrated into economies anywhere from China to Afghanistan.  So if it crashes again, my interpretation would be that it's undervalued.

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Interesting comment on Bitcoin

....the exponential growth that is seen in BTC is observed in both bubbles and to network technology adoption.

You think it is the former. I think that it is much more likely that we are looking at the adopti on of a fundamentally new network technology. We are already seeing it develop an ecosystem and secondary uses (e.g., proof of existence of documents at a given time by inserting info into the public blockchain). Moreover, the ordinary transaction trades are increasing exponentially along with the speculation, and this is despite the massive deflation it is experiencing, which ordinarily depresses transactions in a currency.

BTC may be supplanted by another better currency, or may succumb to one of the many upcoming hurdles it faces. But it is also providing real value as a global, essentially frictionless and fee-free way to transfer funds around the world (and potentially eating the bank's lunch on the funds transfer biz.).  

Business Insider

Monday, December 02, 2013

Racism and Tribalism

People like to feel special.. even European converts to Judaism that probably aren't even Semitic in the sense of being some sort of an ancient racial group.  Convert and then you could accuse everyone of antisemitism due to the fact that reactionary thug heads like the Golden Dawn legitimize the whole idea of the Jewish religion being racial or having something to do with "race."  Racism breeds racism, given that it's a matter of perceptions that have little to do with physical reality.  (But you can't sit around saying that it has little to do with reality if some racist thug heads from the Golden Dawn are headed your way or some Talmudic tribe members are trying to fleece those that they perceive as cattle or goyim.  Because they're going to make their perceptions of superiority a reality if you let them, even if it is idiotic to feel some racial or tribal identity with a group containing a lot of idiots.  Maybe that's why they're always pointing to other groups or perceptions of them.  Otherwise they'd have to deal with the fact that they don't even agree with each other and their groups contain idiots.)        

[quote]Err... haven't you noticed that (almost) all white people are antisemitic, anti-eastern, anti-Muslim and anti-black (in increasing order of application).

Racism is so deeply ingrained.[/quote]

It is pretty silly.  If your whole worldview or deepest ideologies about how you fit into the world are based on something that can disappear when people have sex with each other then there's a problem.

Ironically race doesn't even really exist the way most people think it does.  In general, there are only perceptions of race that turn into reality in the form of tribes.  But in a world where perceptions can become reality based on tribalism, it's important to take perceptions of race into account sometimes. 

If you can have anything from "blonde bimbos"* to ideologies about blue eyed Aryans based on little things in life like having blonde hair, then it's important to take into account how stupid most people are based on "racial" perceptions and so forth.  (Apparently I'm supposedly pompous for often writing that other people are being stupid.  But... whatever... and in this case, how is a lot of this stuff supposedly not stupid?  There's no other way of putting it.)

*Not to mention the best selling types of hair coloring sold to women since ancient times, etc.

Saving some research...

I'm thinking about a post on Richard Kohen, I mean Richard "interracial marriage must make people want to gag" Cohen.
That the police would even deign to co-operate with such poisonous and prejudiced characters and their fantasies of racial purity is indicative of the malaise gripping certain sectors of Israeli society, both at street and state level.
Whatever the more blinkered supporters of Israel's sectarianism say, day after day more evidence piles up attesting to the shocking reality behind Israel's mask of being a tolerant, equitable and democratic "country of all its citizens". The likes of the modesty patrols and the anti-miscegenation squads belong in the furthest recesses of history, yet apparently the Israeli authorities are not only happy to tolerate their presence, but to actively support their work as well.  Link

There's probably a link here.    

Many Israelis experience as unpleasant the marriage registration process, during which stringent Orthodox rabbis often require that they produce extensive documentation proving their union is not proscribed under Jewish law. Such unions include a marriage between a Jew and non-Jew, and between a kohen (or member of the priestly caste) and a divorcee.   Knesset passes "revolutionary" marriage law



Random comment... might still need some work.

I think this might be the main problem: “To borrow money on the credit of the United States.” From who? And why, if the “united states” can issue its own currency?

Maybe Congress should just do what the international bankers are doing and create it out of nothing every time people agree that they need to create more debt/money. Then the debate over how much should be spent in the public “interest” without interest or how limited the government should be could take place. (I.e. the “socialists” and the “capitalists” could finally have their little debates in an authentic way without being guided along by the Masonic hidden hand of people like Marx or “capitalists” being incorporated and guided along by 33rd Liberty Street.)

But as things stand the differences between socialists and capitalists are less and less (both agree with letting banksters trickle trillions out of the country, etc.) even as “the base” of each party becomes more and more discontent with their lack of an ability to have representation in their government, given that it’s actually banksterism that rules the day. This goes back to before Ronnie Raygun decided to market the creation of exponential amounts of debt/money in the name of national defense. Although he was a good entertainer in chief, seems to me. And now Obama has to find a way of marketing the creation of even more debt/money than all the other presidents. Surprise.

Shrug. As long as the freedom to connect is maintained on the internet (RIP Aaron Swartz) it’s likely that it’s going to undermine current power structures anyway. If not through Bitcoin, then through another crypto currency… it’s already begun. Or if not through Youtube beginning to undermine the utterly corrupt banking/corporate media of the virtual Pyramid Scheme Inc. and the idiotic “journalists” incorporated in it, then through another form of social media. It’s all already beginning. Interesting to note that there’s a fair amount of synergy between trends that are being produced by new forms of information technology and the philosophy of the Founders, especially Jefferson.