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The Federal Reserve Is Destroying America

…and wait until you hear what they’re getting away with now

NOTE: The following was written in May of 2017 just four months after Trump rose to the office of the Presidency. Since his election in November 2016, the Federal Reserve has continued to do as much as they could to demonize and destroy all that Trump is attempting to do. Contrary to the authors commentary – Central Bankers nor the Fed have ANY good intentions. The Band plays on… Ed.

Perhaps I should start with a disclaimer of sorts. Yes, I realize that the people working at the Federal Reserve, as well as the other central banks around the world, are just people. Like the rest of us, they have egos, fears, worries, hopes, and dreams. I’m sure pretty much all of them go home each night believing they are basically good and caring individuals, doing important work.

But they’re destroying America. They might have good intentions, but they are working with bad models. Ones that lead to truly horrible outcomes. Continue reading

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What the Fed’s rate hike will mean for America’s wavering housing market

Will 2019 lead to a home buyer’s market?

H. ARMSTRONG ROBERTS/CLASSICSTOCK/Everett Collection

As 2018 winds to a close, the housing market has shown signs of a slowdown, and now the Federal Reserve has raised interest rates. So what does that mean for those in the market to buy a home? Continue reading

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Hoard of Roman Gold Found from the Last Days of Rome

There were more than 100 gold Roman coins discovered in a buried hoard in the Cressoni theatre in Como, north of Milan. What I have examined from the photographs supplied to me, is that this is a hoard from the virtual fall of Rome.

The coins I identified were from the Puppet Emperor of Ricimer, a Germanic general who ruled Rome through puppet emperors going into the end of the Western Empire. His power emerged in 461AD until his death in 472AD. The official fall of Rome took place in 476AD. After Ricimer’s death, the Germanic King of Italy, Odoacer deposed the last Western Emperor Romulus Augustus in 476AD, which is considered to mark the fall of the Western Roman Empire. Continue reading

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The History of Banking Control in the United States

The dictatorship of the bankers and their debt-money system are not limited to one country, but exist in every country in the world. They are working to keep their control tight, since one country freeing itself from this dictatorship and issuing its own interest – and debt-free currency, setting the example of what an honest system could be, would be enough to bring about the worldwide collapse of the bankers’ swindling debt-money system.

This fight of the International Financiers to install their fraudulent debt-money system has been particularly vicious in the United States of America since its very foundation, and historical facts show that several American statesmen were well aware of the dishonest money system the Financiers wanted to impose upon America and of all of its harmful effects. These statesmen were real patriots, who did all that they possibly could to maintain for the USA an honest money system, free from the control of the Financiers. The Financiers did everything in their power to keep in the dark this facet of the history of the United States, for fear that the example of these patriots might still be followed today. Here are some facts that the Financiers would like the population NOT to know… (Continue to full commentary)

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Fed Raises Rates, but Signals Slightly Lower Path of Future Increases

Wall Street Journal ~ 12.19.2018: The Federal Reserve said it would raise short-term interest rates by another quarter-percentage point, but officials signaled a milder path of rate increases over the next year in new projections.

Officials voted unanimously on the increase, which will bring the benchmark federal-funds rate to a range between 2.25% and 2.5%, the ninth such increase since December 2015. More officials expected the Fed won’t need to raise rates as much next year than they did three months ago.

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Crash alert!… (Fire, Fire, Pants on Fire)

People continually ask “when” will it happen? For the last 6 months we have responded “it is happening right before your very eyes”! In fact, as of this morning 52% of global markets are now down over 20% from their highs and qualifying as bear markets. Please understand the financial backdrop these weakening markets are falling into. Bluntly, the world is facing a giant margin call that cannot be met. Continue reading

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The Future of Money and the Future of Business

Not to be confused with…

If you had told a Chinese man 3,000 years ago that Cowrie shells would be replaced as money he would have laughed at you. If you had informed an American Indian in the 1600s that Wampum would cease to be money you would probably have gotten the same reaction. How about your grandparents or great-grandparents? If you had told them in 1932 that FDR would seize all their Gold coins in 1933, and force them to take worthless Federal Reserve Notes in their place, they would have thought you were crazy. Gold and silver were the only legal money, according to our Constitution. Continue reading

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Crypto-Scam?

Bitcoin is close to becoming worthless
Just one year has passed since bitcoin enthusiasts forecasted that the cryptocurrency would hit a price of $1 million. But that was then. With the price of bitcoin having fallen almost 80% from its peak, and now trading well-below the support level of $6,000, everyone is wondering where it goes from here. Bitcoin is now entering a death spiral…

~ Foreword ~
What follows is lifted from an email which I received on December 3, 2018 from a long-time listener and friend from Idaho, who also was Secretary to a true American Patriot, the late Jack McLamb. Of all of the people I know, she is one of the most well versed on the subject of Crypto Currency (BitCoin, etc.). Her email was extended to me in regard to several comments which I had made on the air this Friday past.

In addition, her words are also somewhat of a response to the above headline and from yesterday’s ‘Dateline’ post, which we are resubmitting to you as part of this ongoing education.~ Ed.
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