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moses_on_wall_street 93 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 28, 2016 1:38 PM Member since: Sep 29, 2006
  • moses_on_wall_street by moses_on_wall_street Mar 2, 2016 7:45 PM Flag

    Clear explanation of the fiat shenanigans on Mises.org

    Even Bolsheviks will understand.

  • moses_on_wall_street by moses_on_wall_street Mar 2, 2016 5:37 PM Flag

    Is there anywhere else we can go? I'm tired of supporting them with "click" income.

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    OT: Chris Chris just pulled his Trump card.

    by cmegladon Feb 26, 2016 1:20 PM
    moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Mar 2, 2016 5:35 PM Flag

    I think it's more likely he'll get a Dunkin' Donuts franchise.

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Mar 2, 2016 5:28 PM Flag

    The man can hang out a shingle while you probably don't even know how to install one. Which of you has credibility?

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Mar 2, 2016 8:40 AM Flag

    You're don't know your butt from third base, Bucky.

    There are three types of vaccine-derived poliovirus:
    1. circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus (cVDPV)
    2. immunodeficiency-related vaccine-derived poliovirus (iVDPV)
    3. ambiguous vaccine-derived poliovirus (aVDPV)

    India’s Polio Eradication Campaign in 2011 Caused 47,500 Cases of Vaccine-Induced Polio Paralysis. I believe that this was one of Bill Gates' programs, the vaccinations for population control program.

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Mar 2, 2016 8:31 AM Flag

    Frankly, I won't cast a vote at all. Mine will be one of no confidence. I know a great many that share that point of view. We wonder, too, about at what seriously anemic turnout percentage will the game of idiots lose credibility entirely.

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    Too early to call?

    by moses_on_wall_street Feb 24, 2016 10:55 AM
    moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Mar 1, 2016 2:34 PM Flag

    You've overlooked the social engineering in the public fool system, fluoride in damn near everything and the ubiquitous nanny state.

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Mar 1, 2016 2:32 PM Flag

    As Dr. Paul pointed out, secession is already underway; the stress cracks are showing. So which puppet would implement the desires of the oligarchy most efficiently?

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Mar 1, 2016 2:29 PM Flag

    The country that wouldn't elect Ron Paul deserves a Donald Trump.

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    Too early to call?

    by moses_on_wall_street Feb 24, 2016 10:55 AM
    moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Feb 29, 2016 7:46 PM Flag

    Few Americans even understand the situation while still more think it's a wonderful situation that go on for many decades to come.

    But the truth is there are simply too few of those that even understand that will pick up pitchforks and pruning hooks and march on the castle even when the monster is known to be home.

    I keep thinking about the moxie displayed by the Icelanders and the courage shown by the Poles when dealing with the Soviets. Americans have lost sight of not only what it is supposed to be being an American, but they no longer have the stomach for setting things aright.

    If we then review the paragraph above, the words of Jefferson, one of America's truly great men, all the while casting about for those that would see things as some of us do, we will, more often than not, retrieve empty nets.

    If this thing does not simply collapse of it's own weight, I'm uncertain whether that flickering candle can remain aflame.

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Feb 28, 2016 3:59 PM Flag

    Vaccinations are very neurotoxic and have been associated with many neurological disorders, like encephalopathies, epilepsy, convulsions, ADD, LD, autism, mental retardation, depression, anxiety, CNS disorders, paralysis, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, nerve deafness, blindness and SIDS. The neurological disorders associated with vaccinations are diverse and numerous. Vaccinations lower IQ as well as contribute to the overt mental disorders and neurological diseases listed here.

    The relationship of vaccinations to encephalopathies and neurological diseases have been surfacing in medical journals since the advent of mass vaccination programs. Autism was unheard of before vaccinations, and parallel mass vaccination programs very nicely. ADD and learning disorders in children are now being traced to childhood vaccinations, as well as convulsions, paralysis, and epilepsy. Brain damage is by far the most common adverse reaction associated with vaccinations, although their actual numbers are not often reported correctly.

    List of Vaccination-induced Neurological disorders:

    Encephalitis
    Ataxia/Apraxia
    Retardation
    Meningitis Paralysis
    Paralytis polio
    Ms Gullain Barre Syndrome
    Lupus
    Hyperactivity - ADD, LD
    Demyelinization diseases
    Auto-immune Diseases Epilepsy
    Convulsions - Seizures
    Blindness
    Deafness
    SIDS
    Epilepsy
    Mental confusion - lowered IQ
    Brain tumors (SV-40)

    This list was generated from a variety of resources and is not, by any means, all inclusive.

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Feb 28, 2016 2:05 PM Flag

    There is a considerable and still expanding body of evidence that vaccinations are not what they are purportedly to be and may indeed be much more dangerous than they are advertised. My wife contracted polio from the vaccine that she was given as a child.

    Let us not forget, too, that Bill Gates is on the record stating that his vaccination programs in the third world are all about population control.

    Because of these reasons and more, vaccinations should never be made mandatory. And those that are harmed by them should be able to sue the living hell out of the producers.

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Feb 28, 2016 12:52 PM Flag

    During the 2008 RP effort I was asked to be the State coordinator for his campaign, but demurred because of geographic issues and the amount of time I would have had to be away from my business. I did serve as a county level coordinator for his campaign. My county had the best results out of the entire state because I trained several young people to go door to door effectively.

    In 2012, I was again asked to take on a larger role this being the campaign coordinator for an entire congressional district, which included working with those at the county level in GOP conventions and, of course, at the congressional district and state level conventions. I was an ardent supporter of Ron Paul, both through my efforts and financially. (That experience and the blatant cheating by the GOP in both 2008 and 2012 at the county, district and state conventions made it readily apparent that positive change vis-a-vis the political system was doomed from the start and thus is nothing more than a fool's errand.)

    I had a couple of occasions to speak at length with Ron during the 2012 effort and even chided him to the point about campaign failures that he was staring at his shoe tops. I thought it would have a positive effect.

    That said, Rand Paul was entirely a different kettle of fish. He simply was not even a reasonable facsimile of Ron and I know for a fact that I was not the only Ron Paul supporter to come to that conclusion.

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Feb 28, 2016 12:32 PM Flag

    Knowing that when the Treaty of Paris was signed by King George III that his sovereignty devolved to the people of the newly recognized individual and sovereign states. One should ask themselves whether sovereigns vote. Typically the answer to that would be a resounding NO!

    Voting is a part of the social democratic form that has displaced the republican form that was once the situation here. When that was the case, the people were free to do nearly anything so long as they did not harm another or their property. There is a SCOTUS case wherein the winning opinion states that the dejure system just lies there awaiting the people to take it back up again. Obviously, that 'taking back up' process excludes voting.

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    Too early to call?

    by moses_on_wall_street Feb 24, 2016 10:55 AM
    moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Feb 26, 2016 11:32 AM Flag

    If we do think of it in terms of Commie Care success, we ought to be concerned. If it is what the oligarchy has on it's dance card, they may already be tuning their violins.

    With the ability to separate the people from their assets at the press of a button, the remnants of freedom will be obliterated.

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Feb 26, 2016 11:27 AM Flag

    I was wondering what the deflator was. Thanks for posting that.

    Nevertheless, with that really astounding 1% GDP expansion (wink, wink) as the backdrop, they clobbered gold and silver this morning with a vengeance.

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Feb 25, 2016 3:04 PM Flag

    Go away, son. You bother me.

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Feb 25, 2016 3:02 PM Flag

    What's fair about being born into indentured servitude while being programmed to think you're free?

  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Feb 24, 2016 3:29 PM Flag

    I beg to differ. The progressive income tax seeing how it is a foundational requirement of the Communist Manifesto, it's kid sister being the existence of a central bank, has created a situation where those that are purportedly servants (we're supposed to have a servant government, you know) get to choose what they are willing to leave you from the proceeds of your productive labors. It is very much like a highwayman when finding out that you have $20 on your person allows you to keep half.

  • moses_on_wall_street by moses_on_wall_street Feb 24, 2016 10:55 AM Flag

    I cannot help but wonder if, as several pundits have stated, we are watching the death of the dollar and perhaps global fiat in the bargain. There are numerous signs that point that direction.

    But I think one of the more important ones, and something that I haven't seen bandied about by those same pundits is this tidal wave of interest to get rid of cash being trumpeted by system sychophants, which I feel is the fallback position for maintaining a firm grip on the throats of the people and even more nefariously to expand revenues by imposing an arbitrary transaction "fee or tax" on every one. Since cash means transactional privacy, something we should hold very dear, I loathe the very idea.

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