Those of us who are awake, already know about the corruption … it’s just nice to see it hitting the mainstream.
Cowards, To Brave ? … Probably Not
Max Igan in this video seems to think those who have been brainwashed into murdering their own children, will all of a sudden become brave and wake-up.
No, an alternate (more likely) view is, those who have been duped, fooled, the cowards, or just plain stupid, will likely turn their anger, not to the perpetrators … but to those who are even now, being referred to as ‘purebloods’.
In his own video, at time stamp 10:30, he shows the type of behavior that may go to a whole new level.
Does anyone think these people are going to become more sane, when they find out the truth of the injections?
Greedy Implosion ?
Another Stew Peters broadcast where the guest, Karen Kingston has sifted through legal contracts, patent application and patent abstract documents.
She may have found a chink in the armor.
Looks like in the haste for profits, one manufacturer of ‘Speck’ protection may have done so outside the umbrella of lawsuit ‘immunity’.
Indeed. We can see how tough (and profitable) they are from Livermore’s attempt to short the market during The Panic of 1907.
As stated in Reminiscences, the story goes that he recognized a huge market break coming but started shorting too early … in 1906, as the market continued to rally.
Eventually, those rallies completely depleted his capital. He went broke.
The book goes on to say he began trading again later on but does not say how he got another capital stake; just that his credit was good at the brokerage office of ‘Ed Harding’.
We have to go to Wyckoff’s text from 1910, to find out that Livermore hocked his car for $5,000 and may have used that to re-establish his trading account.
After that, his trading errors corrected, he eventually covered his short positions at the bottom of the panic, October 24th of 1907, with over one million in profits (around 30 million in today’s dollars).
T-Mobile: Set To Implode By April
Is dumb going to get smart? Like in No. 2, above, the answer is probably not.
One of the qualities that define leadership is the ability to recognize shifts in power or (public) perception that may lead to a complete change of direction.
Once that’s done, the change or new thinking is crafted into an approach whose objective is to successfully navigate (for however long) what will eventually become a ‘no-brainer’ way of thinking or acting.
As the old way(s) disintegrate, those who refuse or are unable to recognize this change, are likely to start ‘acting out’ in bizarre fashion as they realize the old method doesn’t work anymore.
They’re not able to see the shift as they were never leaders (to begin with) in the previous construct.
In part, this is what Buffett (not an endorsement) may have meant when he said … ‘It’s only when the tide goes out, that you find out who’s been swimming naked.’
Well, the tide’s going out in a big way and the water is receding with ever more rapidity.
As said before, what’s happening right now, is a fantastic public service for those paying attention.
A more efficient way could not have been constructed to reveal who has the best chance to be left standing (and surviving) as, or if, we come out the other side.
Two links are going to be provided but not the ones to the specific examples at hand. Clicking on the links below will enable one to follow the rabbit trail and perform their own investigation.
There are no rules anymore. Bullet item No. 6, below shows the confiscation plans are moving forward.
As a caveat, the financial services industry. i.e. ‘wealth management’, is operating with a paradigm that no longer exists.
One of the objectives of this site, is to offer an alternative to the group-think of wealth managers.
Certification presents itself as an authority figure … just like Fox News presents itself as the alternative.
In fact, those in control own both sides of the narrative.
Does anyone really think FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) is going to allow a wealth manager to make his clients overtly wealthy?
Even if that manager knew what to do, he’s hamstrung by regulations like ‘Fiduciary Responsibility‘; effectively guaranteeing the person with the least amount of knowledge (i.e., the client) is in control.
After reading several of these reports in 2009 and later, it did not take long for me to set the plan in motion to cash out … completely. I took the 10% penalty, while it’s still 10% and liquidated my accounts (not advice, not a recommendation).
The rest of the population? Not so much.
I think it was Prechter who laid out just how easy it is for the government to seize IRA accounts. It’s basically a two step process.
The market drops 50% to 70%. Remember, the drop from 2007 to the bottom in 2009 was 58%.
Declare a state of emergency (executive order) for the working population and move in to “save” the IRA accounts from more devastation.
The result would involve a stiff withdrawal penalty (say 50%) and to “protect” the accounts from further losses, IRAs can only invest in U.S. Treasuries or Bonds.