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  • psa150vs6 psa150vs6 Jan 1, 2009 10:13 AM Flag

    The Martin Weiss Prophecy

    Batsh, excellent will take me awhile to absorb.

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    • Oh STFU, psa. Everyone knows you're just another alias of batshit.

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      • speed, very high compliment....I don't quite have the same brain btu's as bats, but I do enjoy discussions with him. He is for instance much better at "cutting to the chase" given a plethora of facts than I am (when he isn't blinded that is).

        He has taught me a lot, at times though I think he gets stuck in his paranoid schizophrenic view of the Fed and I would say colors his analysis.

        At the same time I would say it is healthy to be wary of the Fed per the very true statement of Mayer Rothschild:

        Permit me to issue and control the money of the nation and I care not who makes its laws. — Mayer Amsched Rothchild, a prominent European banker in the eighteenth century

        For instance the present financial crisis can be traced directly back to previous years of Fed policy, this shouldn't be surprising when you have true power you also accept the responsibility. Batsh along with Ron Paul and Peter Schiff advocate going back to the Gold Standard, I am unconvinced that going back to the Gold Standard would isolate society from our own foolish nature and at times evil acts.

        My own specific economic view point is rapidly converging on (which differs from Batsh) is that these economic cycles are unavoidable only the depth and our personal way we view or approach these cycles can we control.

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