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 By David I

08/24/2011  4:45AM

Martin Armstrong's statement is an anthem in its self. It is good to here the cry out for the soul of freedom so eloquently stated.
 By bluejay

08/24/2011  12:26AM

Martin Atrmstrong laments:

Our once great societies constructed out of wilderness dominated by nature, sprung to life and were crowned with the golden roofs of a temple of Liberty. That temple is now overthrown, the gold and noble morals have been pillaged, the wheel of fortune has indeed accomplished her revolution, and the sacred ground upon which so many statesmen had espoused such noble goals of Liberty and Justice for All, is but once again disfigured with decay of politics and corruption as tyranny rises from the ashes.

Capitol Hill, formerly the envy of nations, the citadel of Freedom on earth, the defender of human rights; illustrated by the stupendous footsteps of so many great minds encapsulated in Jefferson’s words “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” This breathtaking achievement of man’s struggle to be free, the pinnacle of accomplishment, how is it fallen!

This spectacular triumph of hope over experience, how is it possible to now crouch in the shadow of such greatness, gobbling over the spoils of the people like casting lots for what remains after death. How changed are the inspirations that moved a people to stand tall and assert Liberty and Justice for All? How disfigured the structural design of a nation obliterated by the theories of Karl Marx concealed by a mountain of rules and procedures incapable of improving upon the simple Ten Commandments.

Look upon what remains. A shapeless fragment or moral virtue colossal in size consuming the resources of the people until all property is controlled by the state by regulation leaving title only in name to reside in the meager hands of the people. The great halls within which true representatives of the people once assembled to enact their laws and elect their magistrates, is now hopelessly insolvent, incapable of defending the people or the nation against the change in fortune and circumstance, leaving only monuments and edifices, that were founded with such great hope for eternity, awaiting their fate to lie prostrate, naked, and broken, like those of every civilization that has raised itself from the ground grasping at the chance for culture and progress only to (be) found buried by the sands of time in ruin waiting only in silence to reveal to future generations what a stupendous relic of human folly lays here a victim of its self-inflicted injuries over the course of time and fortune.
 By bluejay

08/13/2011  10:16AM

Squeeze The People

The money we paid into the Social Security and Medicare trusts has been stolen by the politicians. Not only did they nab our money but they jerked around the value of our monthly payments by reporting bogus CPI figures. Who really knows the final outcome corcerning any benefits "at all" coming to us from the current Ponzi scheme that replaced these Trusts. It appears that fighting wars on foreign soil is more important than taking care of our senior citizens.

One just has to google the Vatican Bank foreign accounts 2010 to learn that U.S. politicians have millions on deposit there. That's the real Litmus test that could explain where some of our Social Security and Medicare withholdings from our paychecks ended up. It is provable that the source of these millions was the U.S. Treasury.

Some of Bob Chapman's comments from today's Saturday International Forecaster:

That fact that Moody’s and Fitch have not downgraded US debt is significant. It tells us S&P did what they did to force large cuts in Social Security and Medicare, because Congress has refused to do so. S&P has said you either cut much more of these two programs or we will downgrade you again in November.

It is hard to image that S&P, an appendage of Wall Street, banking and corporate America, can hold a gun to the head of the US government. That is possible because those who control S&P control the government and our very lives.

That is S&P’s role in this subtle attempt to deprive American workers of what is justly theirs and is what they have paid for. S&P does not mention that all the funds, revenues, deposited since June of 1935, and in the case of Medicare since 1969, have been misappropriated and stolen.

It is the legal job of government to now issue debt to fill those trusts so that they can function and complete their jobs, not to cut the benefits. It has been the work of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and the Peterson Foundation to destroy Social Security and Medicare, as we have known it for years.

It is no secret; just access what they have said and what they have done to bring this about. What S&P has done to force this issue is being trumpeted that it doesn’t matter what S&P says – it will be business as usual.

We understand why S&P had done what it has done and it should not affect the rating of US debt. Those who believe this and that US Treasuries are a governmental gold standard are sadly mistaken. Just look at the performance of gold – you have your answer. US debt is not worth the paper it is written on and that gold is the only currency – not the dollar or any other fiat currency.
 By bluejay

08/12/2011  7:51PM

The politicians in Sacramento are no different than our representatives in Washington.

Martin Armstrong voices his opinions recently on who is creating the National mess for all of us:

The new European ban on (legal) short-selling is pure insanity. It is doing the same thing politicians do with every crash that fails and they actually expect a different result. It also highlights our problem that nobody even bothers to look at what has been tried before.

We cannot hope to advance as a society with stupid management of the economy by people who are clueless.

So hold on to whatever you can grab. The politicians are out to just destroy society once again and picking up a simple history book is just too much trouble. I can predict with 100% accuracy what they will do next because they follow the same script each time like a rat in a maze that can smell the cheese.

They NEVER learn about anything. They are like a mentally defective person who keeps putting their finger in the flame of a candle incapable of understanding that the flame burns. And this is what democracy is all about?
 By bluejay

08/11/2011  2:10PM

Martin Armstrong's recent comments on U.S. debt:

Nobody seems to analyze the interest expenditures. You can’t cut the interest costs without defaulting on the debt! In the end, we will default because there is no intelligent life residing in Washington. We will default because there is NO intent to ever pay off anything and right now each and every taxpayer’s share of the national debt is almost $130,000. HELLO! Is anybody home?

The rhetoric that America always pays its debt is not true! They forgot about the default on the Continental Currency before the US dollar. America is not above everyone else and will be thrust into default as buyers of debt shift from public to private assets towards the end of the cycle (NOT NOW). Certainly, there is no hope of paying off the debt. We ran out of magic beans to climb to a new world and the last I looked, there was no manna falling from heaven.
 By bluejay

08/03/2011  9:20AM

Being a politician has always been a license to practice stupidity and arrogance. The bankster's along with the lobbyist's handouts have become such a powerful drug for them that they conveniently forgot who elected them and whose future is in their hands.

Martin Armstrong says:

"If there is any love left among the political ranks for your country, society, and your children, it is time we stop the bullshit and objectively sit down before we lose the chairs as well. I know this is futile to wish for such things because politicians will not act until the crisis appears. In this case, that may be just too damn late. Politicians simply cannot see beyond the rhetoric because this is not about saving the country, but about maintaining power. We cannot cut spending and balance a budget while leaving the entire debt structure off the discussion table. So prepare for what is on the horizon."
 By bluejay

08/01/2011  9:35PM


Mike won't give in to these serial bullies and it has become personal. "Those who can, do. Those that can't, bully." From, Bully Online.

Bullying happens quite frequently with career politicians and their appointees when one proves them wrong. Ever see the motion picture, Wag The Dog with Robert DeNiro and Dustin Hoffman? Politicians will always divert attention away from what they don't want people to really focus on, their short comings.

In the case of the Water Board: They won't take responsibility for their mistakes and in turn attack our company with their misinterpretation of the little rule book with their continuing Jekyll and Hyde nature as it suits them.

The government folks have taken on an aggressive posture to cover-up their past and continuing ineptness as a representative of the people just to save face along with their jobs.

"All cruelty springs from weakness"
(Seneca, 4BC-AD65)
 By martin newkom

08/01/2011  5:36PM

I dont understand something: If
A. Teichert and son can mine it
is said,can mine enough gold from
their rock quarry east of the
big belt that connects it with
their Perkins rock plant, to now
meet the payroll for the whole
company, and not experience any
flack from the "do gooders",why
is the Sixteen under so much of
a siege from the regulatories
is it just because we are so onery and refuse to make payoffs
a maybe others do, or what is iT? It IS Hard to understand.
 By bluejay

08/01/2011  1:48PM

The Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution is the part of the United States Bill of Rights that protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms.

 By bluejay

07/30/2011  11:03AM

Some of Bob Chapman's thoughts today from the International Forecaster.

A game of chicken is being run in Washington by two groups of politicians run and owned by the same group of people behind the scenes. They all want enabling debt extension with a small touch of austerity. They want a deal that has the legs to keep the economy going until after the next election. The most important thing they want is a reduction in Social Security and Medicare, so those funds can be used to reduce debt and fund the military industrial complex.

They also want starvation and the inability to buy drugs by the elderly to hasten their demise. That means less Social Security and Medicare spending. In two years we will also have the Obamacare death panels, where massive elimination will be put into motion. There is nothing the Illuminists despise worse than useless eaters. There is ample evidence that these elitists, by their own words, want to reduce world population by 60% to 90%, dependent on which of these persons you listen too. Last week Ted Turner opted for 90% on CNN.

That is what the fight regarding debt extension is all about. The only forthright and honest person in Congress to call it the way it is, is Ron Paul. He says the bill sanctions the status quo and that it is impossible to balance the budget without cutting military, Medicare and Social Security spending and that is impossible. The debt limit will be raised, but we fervently hope without Social Security and Medicare cuts.

You have to understand your adversaries. These people in Congress are almost all paid whores and the people who control them with money are insane. If you can grasp that you can understand what really this is all about. Watch carefully which members won’t allow military cuts and which want to cut SS and Medicare and then you will have identified the enemy.
 By bluejay

07/22/2011  3:59PM

The following comments are from Martin Armstrong in today's article from http://www.martinarmstrong.org entitled "We Print Bonds - Not Money."

We are indeed putting lipstick and a dress on the pig and pretending this is the New Year Baby. So put your glasses on and open your eyes. Trust me. It is still a pig. Sleep with one eye wide open. Use some common sense. The SYSTEM of debt is collapsing.

This is not unique to any one country, for everyone is going down the drain. We are NOT printing money! It is much worse. We are printing money in the form of BONDS that pay interest ensuring the greatest transfer of wealth export in the history of the world. The “Greenback” issues were far more than not gold backed.

They couldn’t afford the interest and so they stopped paying it. Hello! Sound familiar? The interest is killing us. You can chop every program and people will starve on the streets. But guess what! The debt will keep growing until you stop this insane game of borrowing perpetually. Common Sense would be something to pray for.
 By bluejay

07/19/2011  7:55PM

Sutter Gold Mining Inc

2011-07-14 09:18 ET - News Release

Mr. James Crombie reports


Sutter Gold Mining Inc. has closed an agreement with RMB Australia Holdings (RMBAH) wherein RMBAH will provide a secured prepaid gold facility to Sutter in the amount of $20-million (U.S.) (see press release dated June 22, 2011). The final delivery price is $941.50 per ounce, resulting in total consideration of $1,318.67 per ounce for the 53,027 ounces of gold committed for the facility over the mine plan. This plan is presented in the company's National Instrument 43-101-compliant preliminary economic assessment for the Lincoln project (see press release dated May 4, 2011). Sutter has made its first draw under the facility, repaying its existing debt and financing the first month of the 12-month development schedule for the Lincoln project, as announced in its June 22, 2011, press release.
 By bluejay

07/17/2011  11:46AM

Lawmakers are considering changes to how Social Security is adjusted for inflation.

What's wrong with conducting an honest poll of what people spend their money on and thus creating an inflationary index based on our normal expenditures so proper adjustments can be made to Social Security checks that's representative of reality?

As things currently stand, about 65% of all the money(real purchasing power) that was deposited with the Feds in our names will never see the light of day, it's gone. And now they are proposing to take more?

What a great pension plan, it's called, "Squeeze the People."
 By bluejay

07/12/2011  7:06PM

Too back we can move our properties.

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Buffeted by high taxes, strict regulations and uncertain state budgets, a growing number of California companies are seeking friendlier business environments outside of the Golden State.
 By bluejay

07/12/2011  2:40PM

James Turk spells out what the real problem is, besides debt in the link below. Aside from some important issues regarding the continuing confiscation of our wealth, Mr, Turk, again, points the finger at TOO MUCH(incompetent) government regulation - a topic we are all very much aware of.

 By martin newkom

07/08/2011  1:26PM

Rae's comments are well taken and
very appropriate. People will drive themselves to the "nut" house attepting to combat all
the "bad guys". Best to let the people who know how to fight them
best do the job. Life goes on.We
must be mining tho' somehow.
 By bluejay

07/08/2011  9:32AM


Thanks for your positive perspective concerning how to react to bothersome subjects. Just be sure you have your garden planted in the right place.

 By bluejay

07/07/2011  11:08PM

Gold $1531.90 OFF $0.80
Silver $36.33 OFF $0.11

The metals have turned higher over past days as a result of the downgrading of Portuguese debt.

The question is, can the expanding debt problems be temporarily cured and if so, for how long? Jim Sinclair has stated before that in a matter of two weeks the western world's financial order could unravel.

The following are today's comments from Jim Sinclair:

Raising the debt ceiling is the problem and not by at means a solution. The race between dropping revenues and increasing costs will not be settled by politicians that do not even understand the problem.

The resignations of key economic personalities in the present Administration is systematic of the solid nature of the downward spiral that has gripped Western finances since the failure of OTC derivatives turned a normal recession into a long term depression.

There is no event that will turn the tide of the ramifications for poor economic management. Nothing can stop Gold, Silver, the Swiss and the Cando now.
 By Rae Bell

07/07/2011  4:00PM

Thanks for the message Rick. If we apply self-defense methods of the Orient, wherein you use the strength of your opponent against him on a political level what would it look like? It is the philosophy of "That which is yielding prevails". Water erodes stone, the tree that bends does not break.
It is easy and dangerous I believe to get too wrapped up in finding everything that is wrong with our government and system. There is a personal toll that can debilitate a person. In this day and age with so much information bombardment I think we need to be careful and learn to take care of ourselves first. So what does "using the force of those you oppose against them" look like in a social sense? How do we move from a positive rather than a defensive position? It is in the day-to-day things we do, here and now.
The flip side of the same coin is that when you oppose something directly you actually strengthen it in the sense that it moves into a defensive mode. I believe that corruption contains within itself the seeds of its own destruction, so our task is to remain diligent and pay attention but to primarily put our energy into supporting what we want and what we know is helpful. Such as volunteering for your local fire dept. Taking food to your elderly neighbor. Growing a garden...etc...Ok I'll get off my "soap box".
 By Rick

07/05/2011  8:44PM

Bluejay, and all:

Your posed question of whether or not the "merry party-goes understand that our rights are in the process of being taken from us".....

Whether yes or no (I suspect, based upon the answers and demonstrated wisdom that the huge answer is NO)...

...our challenge is not to wring our hands, but instead to engage every, EVERY! opportunity to share the Constitutional historic truths that have given us all our freedoms...the freedoms that feel so much like a levie collaspe beneath our shoes.

WE NEED NOTHING MORE THAN THE CONSTITUTION to share with the un-informed.

This is our challenge (vs. not to lament the challenge) that we face as a nation.

Public schools, unfortunately the truth, have specifically ommitted history with a suspect political motive aimed at public sector empowerment...never mind the education of the next generation...

We, all of us, need to take resposibility for the necessary acquired knowledge through the history of why our freedoms exist.

So, Bluejay....do these merry-minded party-goers understand that our rights are in the process and have been in the process of being taken from us??

No, and maybe, and for a few, yes.

Ours is a nation to preserve in the form of our founders, so we take the opportunities to teach. To enlighten the words in the Constitution that guarantee freedom for all.

I try to, everyday.

Let's move forward!

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