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Armageddon Is Two and One-half Minutes Away

Are you ready to die? You and I are going to die and not from old age, because our fellow Americans are so stupid, ignorant, and brainwashed that they believe the lies that are leading us to our certain destruction. This is what the Atomic Scientists tell us. And they are right. Can you comprehend the absurdity? President Trump is under full-scale attack from the military/security complex, the US presstitute media, the Democratic Party, and from many Republicans, such as Republican Senator from South Carolina Lindsey Graham and Republican Senator from Arizona John McCain simply because President Trump wants to reduce the dangerous tensions between the two major nuclear powers. What explains the total lack of concern for their own lives on the part of the populations in South Carolina and Arizona who send to the Senate and keep sending to the Senate two morons determined to provoke war between the US and Russia? It should send shivers up your spine that you can ask this same question about all 50 states, and almost all congressional districts. You can ask the same question about the bordello known as “the American media.” There will be no one alive to post or to read the headlines of the war that they are helping to promote. The United States and the rest of the world with it along with all life on earth are being sent to their graves by the total failure of American leadership. What is wrong with Americans that they cannot understand that any “leader” who provokes war with a major nuclear power should be instantly institutionalized as criminally insane? Why do Americans sit night after night in front of the TV absorbing lies that commit them beyond all doubt to their deaths? America has failed itself and the world. By Paul Craig... read more

Anyone who claims Bitcoin is better than gold or silver are incredibly deluded

First, let me start by saying I love bitcoin. We’ll the idea of it anyway. Bitcoin screams that we all want a more honest money system. Any anytime we can get our hard earned money out of the system (banks and Government), it’s a good thing. But, replacing a make up fiat currency system with a made up digital currency system is madness. Bitcoin a virtual currency, backed by absolutely nothing except the fierce belief in the integrity of a complex mathematical formula which few of its proponents even understand, and is proving to be little more trustworthy than the U.S. dollar, after hackers tested and defeated controls put in place to manage it, and then fail at the first hurdle. Yeah, that sounds about right. And the market value of one Bitcoin has gone from about $.02 to over $7,500. Seriously? “Virtual currency like Bitcoins are innovations that deserves great caution, given the lack of any guarantees and responsible parties to back them in the longer term or evidence that this isn’t just another Ponzi scheme.” In reality, Bitcoin creators are faceless and anonymous and you have no idea if they are cyber-criminals or well intentioned people who are looking out for you. As far as I am concerned, Bitcoin is just another tool, another penny stock, another empty shell company, and another way for you to make or lose money. In the fall of 2011, bitcoin was at $2. By November 2017 it had risen to more than $7,500! If that’s a currency, those bitcoinians must be some productive citizens. So why is gold and silver  better than bitcoin? Despite the fact that gold and silver is a fundamental element of the cosmos and can’t be destroyed with a software error, there are really people running around the internet claiming Bitcoin is “better than gold and silver.” They point to the fact that Bitcoin is incredibly portable (which is true) and easy to transfer to other parties without lugging around physical coins (also true when there’s a functioning power grid and internet infrastructure), yet nearly same advantages can be attributed to a checking account. I don’t hear anyone arguing that a checking account is “better than gold and silver.” Another myth about Bitcoin is that all transactions are anonymous. This is absurd and stupid, given that the entire history of every Bitcoin transaction is replicated in the public blockchain, meaning that every Bitcoin transaction is easily tracked. (If you want real... read more

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“Liberty solves our problems, government does not.” Dr. Ron Paul – Mises Conference 2017 read more

Do you know the law and is there evidence that the laws apply to you?

Legal is NOT whatever the government says it is. LAWFUL has evolved over centuries based on common sense and case law. To break a law is to commit a crime, which requires an injured party of some description. A breach of policy, statute or act is NOT a crime. In fact, I challenge you to find evidence that the states codes, statues or the Constitution applies to you or anyone else. In almost all non-injured party cases (traffic tickets, drug possession, etc.) the the prosecution lacks evidence to support their claims of jurisdiction and a valid cause of action. When you are STOPPED and DETAINED by an officer for a civil infraction the legal facts are that the officer has perpetrated an illegal and unlawful seizure and false arrest/imprisonment the moment he perpetrated the stop. He both COULD have known and SHOULD have known that his actions violated your rights and the law. Therefore, EVERYTHING he did or discovered during that detainment/seizure of your person and property was ILLEGAL and should be challenged and declared as inadmissible facts, testimony, and evidence under the fruit of the poison tree doctrine. You will need to file a motion to dismiss for lack of evidence and jurisdiction as they CANNOT obtain evidence OR jurisdiction using ILLEGAL means can they? Here are 7 question you can ask in your motion to dismiss. I a lot of cases we never get past question 3 before the plaintiff is asking to dismiss the case. 1) “Is the allegation being made considered to be a CIVIL INFRACTION under [Your State] law?” 2) “Can a warrantless arrest or detention be lawfully perpetrated in relation to a CIVIL matter under [Your State] law?” 3) “May a warrant of arrest be obtained WITHOUT a valid statement of probable cause under [Your State] law?” 4) “Under [Your State] law, is a statement of probable cause sufficient to obtain a warrant of arrest if it does NOT allege that an actual crime was perpetrated by the person named or described therein to be arrested?” 5) “Under [Your State] law, did Officer Shitforbrains witness ANY actual CRIME that would have provided him/her with the required reasonable suspicion or articulable probable cause authorizing a warrantless detention or arrest of an individual?” 6) “Under [Your State] law, did Officer Shitforbrains witness ANY actual CRIME that would have provided him/her with the required probable cause necessary to state sufficient grounds of criminal activity in order... read more
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