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  • Reply to

    Vietnam war ended 40 years ago

    by okeypoke Apr 30, 2015 10:35 PM

    communist Viet Nam Army deystroyed thw Khmer Rouge.

  • Reply to

    Vietnam war ended 40 years ago

    by okeypoke Apr 30, 2015 10:35 PM

    For those who are ignorant of history, after Cambodia fell to the Communists, one of the worst genocides in history ensued.

    "Pol Pot (1925-1998) and his communist Khmer Rouge movement led Cambodia from 1975 to 1979. During that time, about 1.5 million Cambodians out of a total population of 7 to 8 million died of starvation, execution, disease or overwork. Some estimates place the death toll even higher. One detention center, S-21, was so notorious that only seven of the roughly 20,000 people imprisoned there are known to have survived. The Khmer Rouge, in their attempt to socially engineer a classless peasant society, took particular aim at intellectuals, city residents, ethnic Vietnamese, civil servants and religious leaders".

  • Reply to

    freedom includes the right to discriminate

    by illumin8u Mar 31, 2015 3:56 PM

    As for the "source" of the right to do business with whom you choose, in the case of Christians (or Musslims), it's this thing called freedom of religion.

    Aside from freedom of religion there's this thing called property rights. The business is his property.

    Both of those are in the Consitution, for good reason.

    Based on your post, I assume neither of those rights or the constitution means anything to you. Actually you're likely hostile to all three.

  • Maybe a few people recall how wrong the left was about what they predicted would take place after the U.S. finally bugged out of southeast Asia. (We didn’t just bug out; we also cut off aid to our friends and allies in the region, degrading their own chances for self-defense and survival.) Let’s recall what leading liberals had to say at the time, especially about Cambodia. Anthony Lewis wrote in the New York Times: “What future possibility could be more terrible that the reality of what is happening in Cambodia now?” New York Times reporter David Andelman wrote that the vast majority of Cambodians “do not voice any concern about such issues as the shape of a peace or possible postwar reprisals,” while another Times reporter, Sydney Schanberg, wrote that “it is difficult to imagine how their lives could be anything but better with the Americans gone.” Sen. Alan Cranston said that “the ‘bloodbath’ that some people fear after the fighting stops if the [Khmer Rouge] insurgents take over is only conjecture.” The Los Angeles Times said the aid cutoff was “for the good of the suffering Cambodians themselves.” And after South Vietnam followed Cambodia’s fall, the New York Times carried a news story, datelined Phnom Penh, with the headline: “Indochina Without
    Americans: For Most, a Better Life.”

    It is also ironic that Vietnam today has become completely pro-capitalist, even though it is still a one-party state that still calls itself “Communist,” though their economic policies are probably to the right of New York City. No wonder the left isn’t making much of this anniversary.

  • Reply to

    freedom includes the right to discriminate

    by illumin8u Mar 31, 2015 3:56 PM

    The idea that gov't can make you do anything it wants because it builds roads is becoming one of the cornerstone ideas of the fascist left like Elizabeth Warren and Obama. The business owner pays those taxes too. It's not like he's getting something for free from the person he doesn't want to do business with.

    Try again.

  • Reply to

    freedom includes the right to discriminate

    by illumin8u Mar 31, 2015 3:56 PM

    Moses didn't write anything... some guy wrote something, put it a man made book called "The Bible" and said Moses said it !

    Please...... be real !

    "Hate your next door neighbor but don't forget to say grace ! " Barry McGuire had more sense !

  • Reply to

    freedom includes the right to discriminate

    by illumin8u Mar 31, 2015 3:56 PM

    Why don't you go ahead and say it......... freedom means you can HATE !

    Remember these lyrics....... " Hate your next door neighbor, but don't forget to say grace! "

    Now that is truly Right Wing !

  • mental fecal matter in their jobs report. Watch carefully as they downgrade their numbers when no one much is paying attention. You can almost set your watch by them.

  • Maybe the best thing for you to do is post what the Coinage Act of 1792 states specifically should be the sanctions for counterfeiting in your own words. Perhaps that will remove your doubts about whether or not censorship is in play when the light of day threatens to dawn on significantly more people.

    Your contention that the referenced law was posted in total, and therefore proves that censorship was not applied, avoids the fact that it was not posted the first time; only a statement regarding that the law should be applied to the bankster class and their elitist handlers. Of course it’s a bit difficult to justify censorship when the law is posted as it appears on a government website. So much for your straw man argument.

    But as is the case for most, it seems, the courage to bring to the fore what is an international basic problem is what is at stake. Maybe, like us, you will experience censorship the first time you post, without producing the law in specific as we did the second time, but your perseverance will reverse your intended post by copying and posting the transcript of the law, which you term as “old law”. The “old law” has NEVER BEEN DISCARDED, therefore the sanctions still apply, but for the lack of will to enforce it. After all, how can you possibly apply sanctions to those who are so well dressed in their pin-stripped suits as they plunder the rest of humanity causing egregious harm and death through wars and starvation?

  • Reply to

    2B Shelf?

    by tennesseetea38175 Apr 29, 2015 3:40 PM

    2.00 stock TRASH masquerading as a 19 buck stock....heading for a SHARP DESERVED CRASH at any moment......these USELESS silvers and golds FAILED again as a flight to safety during financial turmoil and international crisis!!!

  • Reply to

    2B Shelf?

    by tennesseetea38175 Apr 29, 2015 3:40 PM

    Obviously, this market is much more complicated than that. Gold and silver acquired are by-products of base metals, so the cycles of those have to be given priority to those of gold and silver itself. Copper going up 3% today may be a sign of things to come short term.

  • Reply to

    2B Shelf?

    by tennesseetea38175 Apr 29, 2015 3:40 PM

    More physical gold or silver right at the bottom of the market. If they use the opportunities the market is offering and need the Shelf for that purpose, the timing is spot on. Low in gold in November, higher low in March, higher low probably now and another low in September/October. Looks like proper investment planning IMO.

  • i was not interested in the content of your post- i was only interested if you were truly being censored- obviously you have not been because you were able to repeatedly post about this old law

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  • We were indeed censored. The Coinage Act of 1792 states that those that counterfeit the US$ are subject to the death penalty:

    Penalty on de- Section 19. And be it further enacted, That

    basing the coins. if any of the gold or silver coins which

    shall be struck or coined at the said mint

    shall be debased or made worse as to the

    proportion of the fine gold or fine silver

    therein contained, or shall be of less weight

    or value than the same out to be pursuant to

    the directions of this act, through the

    default or with the connivance of any of the

    officers or persons who shall be employed at

    the said mint, for the purpose of profit or

    gain, or otherwise with a fraudulent intent,

    and if any of the said officers or persons

    shall embezzle any of the metals which shall

    at any time be committed to their charge for

    the purpose of being coined, or any of the

    coins which shall be struck or coined at the

    said mint, every such officer or person who

    shall commit any or either of the said

    offenses, shall be deemed guilty of felony,

    and shall suffer DEATH.

    If you consider this a case of paranoia you are just another one of those who uses terms like this to disparage commentary you dislike. Using terms of this sort, by itself, is a baseless attack that has found widespread usage among those who cannot counter with reason. This and similar terms are mere inventions whose usage sprung from the need to create a means to marginalize what could not be countered otherwise. You had all the information you needed to do your own investigation without the need to post what is above.

  • Something is a coming

  • don't be so defensive and paranoid- i wasn't attacking you or calling you a liar- i was merely asking you a question to see if any part of your post had been censored, which, if it had, would confirm that your post had been censored- now, based on the defensive tone of your response, i can only conclude that you are just another paranoid clown wearing a tinfoil hat

  • Sometimes Clorox helps to remove the yellow streak in the spine and confront in the strongest unassailable terms the rule of law. Try it sometime.

    All we know is that our previous message failed to post that dealt with Coinage Act of 1792 sanctions, and who should currently have to defend their actions for having violated t hem.

  • have they censored any part of what you posted in this message?

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