Ultra-Low E

Mon, Apr 22, 2013 - 1:08pm

It's 12:20 pm EDT on Monday and I've now been sitting here for about 3.5 hours, wondering where to start. It's not writer's block. That infers a lack of subject matter and, believe me, I've got more than enough subject matter. Instead, this is about enthusiasm and/or the lack thereof.

So I've titled today's post "Ultra-Low E". Why? As I begin, I guess I see it as a sort of companion piece to this from back in January: https://www.tfmetalsreport.com/blog/4413/low-e

From that post, here are the salient paragraphs:

You see, here's the problem: I'd like to have hope. I see things. I talk to people. I read a lot. And I think. All of this leads me to the conclusions I espouse here. Namely, that the end of The Great Keynesian Experiment is upon us and we all need to prepare accordingly. The politicians are all corrupt. The U.S., and the world for that matter, is ruled in favor of the very few, particularly the international bankers. The global economic system is about to collapse and morph into something completely different from what we've all known our entire lifetimes.

But, I'd like to have hope. Hope that I'm wrong. Hope that I simply have an overactive imagination. Hope that I am just channeling Russell Crowe playing John Nash, seeing clearly nothing but make-believe conspiracies and foolishly connecting the dots.

But the problem is...the CFTC. There the illusion and hope unravels.

You'll surely ask me how I know and I'll say "I don't". So, don't bother. I have no proof. Only faith and trust which could also be misplaced. But I am entirely confident that the CFTC has been given, all wrapped up in a neat little package, everything they need to prove, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the metals markets are wholly and entirely manipulated for the gain of a few bullion banks. Instead of acting promptly, to restore order and confidence in "free and fair markets", they dawdle. They stall. They issue no statements. They conclude no investigations. And, most importantly, they allow the crime to continue as if nothing has changed. Only now they are accomplices, to the point of being co-conspirators.

And this is the problem. Hope is gone. Not that the CFTC was some hoped-for, last bastion of integrity. That's not it at all. They are, instead, the proverbial "straw that broke my back". Because now that I know that the CFTC is negligent and corrupt and only serving to protect and defend their TBTF overlords, my hope is gone. And, again, I'm not talking about hope for a resolution to the metals manipulation, I'm talking about hope that the entire western political and economic system really isn't as corrupt and narcissistic as it seems. For it's impossible not to reach the following conclusion:

  1. The CFTC is protecting a major TBTF, Fed primary dealer by refusing to acknowledge the manipulation.
  2. If this one, government bureaucracy is in the back-pocket of the banks, all of the rest likely are, too.
  3. And if all of the agencies are in the back-pocket of the banks, then the politicians are, too, because most of the bureaucrats are political appointees.
  4. And if all of the politicians are in the the back-pocket of the banks, then the entire political system is a sham. There are no elections. It's all just an illusion designed to mollify the masses.
  5. And if that's the case, what kind of world do we really live in?

So, you can see my problem here. I suffer from "Low E". Why bother to write about all of the day-to-day stuff? Why mark up all my silly charts? Once hope is gone, soldiering on can get pretty challenging. Perhaps I can draw renewed inspiration from the idea of "awakening the masses". Logic suggests that only by operating within the matrix can you reach those still contained therein. But I don't know. I really don't. Inevitably, the first question is: Why try at all?

And this is where I stand again today...only the problem is a lot worse. Perhaps you've been following along with this forum thread that I began last Thursday https://www.tfmetalsreport.com/forum/4652/boston-marathon-bombing. Everyone seems to have a grand conspiracy theory along with "false flag" antennae and that thread is being utilized as a vetting ground for possible explanations. If you'd like to posit your own theories, please do so there. This blog post is about a larger theme.

What I see again is corruption. This time at the highest levels of government. This time selling out the entire American people in order to protect the precious "petro-dollar". (Again, this is the relationship whereby crude oil is priced and transacted in U.S. dollars, thereby guaranteeing a market for dollars as well as a consistent flow of funds for the U.S. Treasury market.) In the metals markets, the CFTC has sold out the investing public by turning a blind eye to all the clear evidence presented to it that proves, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the existence of the manipulation. And now it is equally clear that the U.S. government has sold out the American public as a whole in order to maintain the illusion of global power for a little while longer.

Under the pall cast by all of this, I'm supposed to be excited and animated by:

  • The little rally in metals today that was conveniently halted when gold reached the dreaded 2% line.
  • The continued reports of retail demand and global shortages such as this one which I received by email overnight: https://www.texmetals.com/us-mint-silver-eagles-allocation
  • The continued draining of available inventories of metal, be it Shanghai, the Comex or the GLD.

You see, when the broader picture is all lies, damn lies and statistics...well, it's just tough to find the motivation to continue sometimes. I'm glad that we have this site and I hope it will always be here for you. For now, I'm going to wrap this post and try to get back to business as usual. Again, here's how I ended "Low E" back in January. It seems appropriate to end this thread the same way:

So, you can see my problem here. I suffer from "Low E". Why bother to write about all of the day-to-day stuff? Why mark up all my silly charts? Once hope is gone, soldiering on can get pretty challenging. Perhaps I can draw renewed inspiration from the idea of "awakening the masses". Logic suggests that only by operating within the matrix can you reach those still contained therein. But I don't know. I really don't. Inevitably, the first question is: Why try at all?

Let me work on that for a while and I'll get back to you soon. Maybe tomorrow.


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Apr 22, 2013 - 1:52pm



Apr 22, 2013 - 1:53pm


T(H)URD!!! I don't bloody believe it !!! ... Now I can die in piece(s)

Apr 22, 2013 - 1:53pm

Turd...I mean Third

juvenile but fun


The Doc
Apr 22, 2013 - 1:53pm

Turd???Cal Lawyer, would


Cal Lawyer, would appreciate your thoughts on this and whether this would be feasible:

Legal Outline for Suit Against CFTC For Failing to Complete Investigation on Silver Manipulation

Because of the recent furious decline in value of real and paper silver, and the belief by many that manipulation is the major (if not only) cause, I have been asked what might be done to force the non-regulating regulator, the CFTC, to begin regulating in regard to the existing concentration.

After studying the silver futures market since the days of C.V. Myers—and focusing on it intensely for the past several years—my opinion is that if there has been, and currently is, a concentration in the silver market, it would constitute not only manipulation but consequently the disruption of market integrity, and the prevention of fair competition among silver investors, speculators, hedgers and others. Certainly, the esteemed Ted Butler has made an overwhelming case that there has been, and currently is, such a concentration/manipulation.

In light of the CFTC’s foot-dragging in concluding its unreasonably delayed investigation and/or required report concerning concentration /manipulation, I have been considering how to break the self-created CFTC log-jam that has caused incalculable financial losses as a result of the uncertainty engendered by the apparently languishing investigation.

As I will fully develop below, a lawsuit is feasible that will force either the Director of Investigations and/or the Commission itself to disgorge the Report of the CFTC’s four-year-plus investigation into concentration in the silver futures market. The hope would be that the investigation’s conclusions, either way, will allow investors, speculators, hedgers and others to make rational decisions, unlike currently when the concentration skewers free market choices and decisions.
Below is only the outline for a lawsuit, not the Petition itself.


Iceberg Slim
Apr 22, 2013 - 1:55pm

Top 10


Mr. Fix
Apr 22, 2013 - 1:57pm

Nice false start,

So while I was wasting my time looking at charts on a post where I came in first,

I now see that was just a diversion, to keep me away from this post which is obviously the interesting one.


You decide ha hawink

but now I'm only sixth, and it's all due to that meticulously well executed diversion.

Apr 22, 2013 - 1:59pm

top ten!!

two in one day!!

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:00pm

I’ve got a feeling

Do you recall how many people on this board said something about a "bad feeling" the day before the takedown? After lastnights interesting debate, I was thinking... Beware the religion of statistics, everyone. It is taught that correlation does not equate to causation. But if you find a correlation greater than .70, you can get published in an academic journal--if you know how to write it up. It’s all about the rhetorical skill of the arguer. Statisticians and mathematicians tend to reject any epistemological source of knowledge that is not using scientific method and arguing with statistical proofs. They tend to reject human intuition (what the philosopher John Newman called the "Illative Sense) that can handle complex calculations as well as a computer and lead an individual to a good decision. Many people call it a gut feeling. They seek absolute proof and see mathematics as the means. I've got a feeling that metals are manipulated. It can never be proven to the satisfaction of a non-believing mathematician because there will always be an element of probability in the argument. "You can't PROVE metals are manipulated." But even if a credible whistleblower came forward with evidence, people can say the evidence was manufactured or the whistleblower has an agenda. And that could be true. There is ALWAYS a level of probability. Every statistician knows that. The tails of the bell curve NEVER touch the baseline--mathematically impossible. "But they get pretty damned close," you say. I agree But when I watch chart patterns for years that behave in regular and predictable ways, and then, all of a sudden, change, with volume spikes at odd hours, drastic moves in price, baffling sell-offs that any big-time trader with a brain would recognize as market-moving and self-defeating--that's when my gut doesn't like it. I shouldn't need to mention the middle finger pattern in the kitco chart (both hands on one screen) just before the price plunge. I call it the double-bird pattern. My gut really didn't like that. What is the statistical probability of that happening? But I cannot f-ing prove it because the anti-manipulation crowd demands 100% correlation and absolute proof--neither of which are possible in a complex system (yes, I dare to invoke systems theory). Absolutes are not possible on Sesame street, let alone Wall street. Life is too complicated for absolutes. When events fall in the 5th standard deviation, I have no time to argue. That's pretty damned close to "proof." That's close enough for any statistician, if they will admit it. Scientists and statisticians are just as human as the rest of us. they love, hate, fear and desire. Plato allegorized their discursive art as the "non-lover" in Phaedrus. "Just the facts." Pure, unadulterated dialectic method." But, Oh, the subtlety of Plato. If you didn't fall asleep reading, he makes the strong case that the non-lovers are just as dangerous as the evil lovers, perhaps more dangerous, with sophistic methods that lead their followers to the places their own fears and desires would take them--for your own good, of course. Nobody escapes the art of rhetoric. Whatever you communicate is persuasive, and whenever persuasion is in the air, it all too easily crosses the ethical lines into the world of sophism and manipulation. Take statistics for what they are--Its not a religion, but just another indicator that has levels of probability--its just a probability that can be measured more easily than my gut feeling.
Apr 22, 2013 - 2:01pm

But but but....

Turd... you said there is another whistleblower out there... "Dan in China". Now that the CBC doc has dropped the ball, it's up to people like you with large, interested followings on alterantive media to pick it up again. Don't give up... don't have low E, get Dan's story out there and let's hit them one more time!

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:04pm


You said it turd and I've known it for quite some time. The only way to insulate yourself is with good old american sound principles OF SELF SUFFICIENCY. Food storage; guns and ammo; sound money gold and silver bullion coins in hand. Know your neighbor as thy self. We the people with an honest heart, not running out to the white collar wall street greed factories to self destruction, will need unite. Matters not race, creed, wealthy, middle class(if any will be found when the EE gets done gutting america) or poor. We the people unite and take back the republic. It's the same spirit here as in the passed of our patriot forefathers, which will sent the thugs back to hell from whence many minions of ilk have come. Certain we cannot suppose we will need sacrifice anything less than our lives in restoring the republic. That's the way it is with blue blooded patriots. You're all in. Living free or the turf farm; bury field. ALL IN.

Mr. Fix
Apr 22, 2013 - 2:10pm

Why try at all?

Because it beats all of the alternatives.

Sometimes, reality sucks, but it's better to see it for what it is, then to pretend that it is something else.

Sometimes it hurts for a little while, sometimes we experience grief, because the world as we thought it was simply doesn't exist.

Emotionally speaking they can feel like the death of a loved one.

We become emotionally invested in thinking that the world is the way we believe it is, and that our actions matter.

One we find out that reality is something else, is only a temporary setback, because now we have a clear picture of what it is we have to do.

Maybe drawing lines on charts is becoming a bit “old school”.

Maybe discussing world events in a somewhat broader context would be useful.

Maybe discussing stacking something other than gold and silver is inevitable,

especially if there are no more supplies on the market.

What the hell are we going to talk about then?

Just some food for thought, of course there'll be plenty to talk about, it's just going to have a slightly different spin on it all.

At some point, this site will be dedicated to those who had the foresight to stack, and we will have many discussions on what to do with it.

Some discussions on freedom, the the government, our legal system, and our economic system in a much broader sense will be quite relevant then.

What will not be relevant is telling people to go out and obtain a substance which is unattainable at any price.

So you see? At some point, we were going to have to evolve anyway, why not evolve as we get there?

Enjoy your day, and I really mean that.

It's what life is all about.

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:16pm

HEH Repost

I guess it has been killed now? Should I say officially since the news did not come out from the whistle blower.

Being a bit cynical maybe HEH(Hot Epic Historic)smash?

Lets hope in a few months this will be all behind us.

Going for a good walk to try get out some of this reality.

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:16pm

Sorry Turd I thought you knew

For some reason I thought you had already swallowed the red pill. The empty gaping hole is pretty bad at first. Indeed my red pill encompassed religion too.....man was I left out on a limb. Bit like the Sarah Conner view the day after the machines became conscious. There is are the stages of grieving to go through, like the loss of a loved one but even worse... the feeling of nihilism. The good news.....after my liberation from slavery and wandering those lonely deserts for a long time, I have awakened into a space which is incredibly rich with colour and meaning. A truth so profound... The matrix only really showed two stages...... The steak eating Matrix which many want to remain in,,,,the empty desolate forms of throwing off that skin...but...there is a genuine rebirth after that. There is a beauty in letting go that is impossible to put into words. You have to go through that pain before you see the other side. I call growing pains. The physical metals, I hope, are outside of their matrix. That is why I come here.

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:17pm

Dear Mr. Ferguson,

"Hopelessness" is a word that comes to mind.

FWIW, I have become resigned to living through TEOTGKE. Awakening others, and preparing oneself and others are noble and important. But, thinking it will be averted is futile; it will not be stopped.

For me, personally, it dovetails with my understanding of humankind's destiny, and is being played out in accordance with a grand, revealed plan. Others may not agree, and that's fine: I'm no evangelist.

But, I feel a sense of peace, now that I've come to terms with the fact that I'm going to go through it.

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:17pm

Low-E... Writ of Mandamus?

Someone on Twitter mentioned this as a 'remedial action.' Maybe California Lawyer would care to comment on it?

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandamus

Mandamus is a judicial remedy — in the form of an order from a superior court, to any government subordinate court, corporation, or public authority — to do (or forbear from doing) some specific act which that body is obliged under law to do (or refrain from doing) — and which is in the nature of public duty, and in certain cases one of a statutory duty. It cannot be issued to compel an authority to do something against statutory provision. For example, it cannot be used to force a lower court to reject or authorize applications that have been made, but if the court refuses to rule one way or the other then a mandamus can be used to order the court to rule on the applications.

Mandamus may be a command to do an administrative action or not to take a particular action, and it is supplemented by legal rights. In the American legal system it must be a judicially enforceable and legally protected right before one suffering a grievance can ask for a mandamus. A person can be said to be aggrieved only when he is denied a legal right by someone who has a legal duty to do something and abstains from doing it.

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:18pm

Let there be coffee

Turd, there is no problem so large that it can't be solved while savoring a good cup of coffee.

Colonel Angus
Apr 22, 2013 - 2:20pm

I can only offer Uncle Hub's advice....


I'd love to be where he is discussing. I think it was true during the setting of the 50s when this was set. And I do believe that many people typically try to do what is right. If we could just get rid of the politicos and the corrupt banksters, we would be in a much better place...

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:33pm

Oh! Poor, Poor Me.


You think you're the only spoon in the drawer? I've been waiting 33 years!

Yes. 33 years. I bought gold in 1980 when it went over $600.00! Well, we all know where that went! Don't we?

Cash out and take a bath, or, wait for prices to come back. I can't tell you Turd, how many times I almost packed it all in. The only thing that kept me going was the premise that - something will change. It always does.

Guess what? Things changed! Wow! What a surprise! So snap out of your fug and get with it.

Something is going to change. Just you wait and see. Oh yah, that gold I bought back in 80? Still got it! Waiting.

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:33pm


All is well and you must stay the course. This is punishing make no mistake, chastening even for some of us ;) , but what we see right now is the catalyst for :

Phase 3 : Mania The Masses Stack

It has been so long in coming, and the previous Phase when we yearned for fresh blood in our dusty old world of Pmetals we knew that something would happen to spark a new wave of interest. The recent price action has done that nicely and dare I say it, the explosion in theories to which you allude in your post have also fed into an interesting change in the wind overall. I also spoke to a mining equity desk today who say they have seen for the first time a few generalist/value equity fund managers sniffing about the cordite smell emanating from the gold and silver equity space. The subject is back in vogue which is a HUGE bonus - no-one has cared about Gold or Silver for 2 years in investment circles but the banking mafia kneecapping we just saw was so blatant that many have taken notice.

Since the smashdown/Boston double-whammy we have seen the BBC do 2 strange things - 1st they have Keiser on BBC 2 Newsnight to discuss Gold (and make a reasonably decent fist of discussing the subject openly) and then the other evening on BBC Radio 5 they reran an interview first broadcast on RT with the Boston suspects' mother, who was repeating over and over again her assertion that her boys were framed. I would have been very surprised if you had told me either of those things would be seen/heard on the BBC a couple of weeks ago as both pander to the 'wacko fringe' imo. Sorry, enough Boston rubbish from me!

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:36pm

Gold/Silver Ratio Reverts To Its Mean After Wild Ride Since 2008

Gold/Silver Ratio Reverts To Its Mean After Wild Ride Since 2008, Which Metal Is The Better Value?


Apr 22, 2013 - 2:36pm

Turd, remember your reason for this blog . . .


Nothing has changed in the last week, month, year, or even two years (well, two years ago on May-Day is when I knew all hope for honest markets ended).

As I have said, you have said, and many others here have said, we are in a war.

Regardless what anyone says, the bankers and politicians at the highest levels, want your physical gold and silver. They will do anything to get it.

Fraud? Oh yes!

Steal? Oh, for sure!!

Manipulate? CFTC and JPM/HSBC actually exist and maybe owe their existence to manipulation.

Will they kill? I see no reason for them not to kill, as necessary to maintain their power and wealth.

So, how long does this continue? Well, drainage seems to continue at COMEX, GLD, and I think it already happened at SLV, just never reported.

The evidence is coming from worldwide that physical is in high demand, since Cyprus showed the world that the banks won't stop and will do all the above to win this war.

Whether they win or lose, those who hold physical when the scores are counted up will live to fight for their lifetime of wealth accumulation another day. Those with no physical will not.

They are using paper assets/derivatives to wrest physical away from those who hold it. They will continue to do so until paper assets will be destroyed.

You have a whole army of Turdites who know and understand this to be the case, with slight variations among us, and a few who see it otherwise.

I cannot see how we will ever have free PM markets again, at least for the rest of my lifetime. This is because the paradigm of fiat money/debt has done what it always does--implode.

Whether it is officially recognized or not, physical gold and silver are in the process of returning to what they have historically been. Money, and a store of value against the depredations of the banking class.

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:40pm

I'm kind of reminded of the end of the Sparticus movie when

the Roman asks: "Who, here, is Sparticus?" Then someone spoke up and replied: "I am Sparticus". Then another one spoke up and shouted: "I am Sprticus!"

My reply to the Roman Banksters is:


How many here are willing to shout:


Apr 22, 2013 - 2:42pm

The Big Picture...Turd


I was having some low E. Thought about some of the underlying basics.

The USD is compromised and so is the government. Im not picking on America. I dont know any currency that isnt fiat at this point.

I too traded, until I realized that every penny I put into their system was used against me at least 15x.

Its kinda like giving the robber the gun and wondering why i was robbed.

The only way I see to "take the power back" is to stop playing their rigged game and put real wealth within arms reach.

Real wealth is more than gold and silver. Its farming, water treatment, energy production and security measures. It isnt digital and its isnt feeding the beast. Im too old for (fantasy) video games.

For Low E... take some "Real-us" or "Via-gro". It doesnt have nasty side effects.


About the language. I think theres another division going on when people dismiss a position because of the language used. We arent in the 2nd grade here. With that said overly offensive...is well...offensive.

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:43pm

Very good, TF

As I was saying to a colleague of mine. The coming crisis is not a fiat crisis. It is and will be a crisis of trust in general.

Fiat currency - backed by full faith and credit

Social security - backed by promises

Regulation - backed by law and the integrity of its agents.

Pension plans - trust placed in the investor and the government regs

IRAs etc - backed by promises not to take nmoney at certain times

etc etc etc.

Slowly one by one all the promises and credit are being broken and will be broken. And the excuse will be desparate times call for desparate measures.

Our entire political landscape is likely to change. The terms "left" and "right" will radically change meaning in the context of anger and feelings of betrayal.

This is a long game and we are just finishing the first quarter.

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:45pm

Service and disservice

Turd, I appreciate what you're saying in this post, and I've felt that same sense of futility myself. Here's what I would say in response.

I think this site performs both a service and a disservice to its visitors. The service part is obvious: good information, and a strong community of people with shared interests. The disservice part is the sense of immediate catastrophe: It's going to be a hot explosive summer, prices are going to the moon SOON, chaos is right around the corner, buy and hide metals NOW because you may not get a chance tomorrow.

I don't mean to disparage with that comment, only describe. I've had those same thoughts, wanting to stockpile things NOW because the system was going to collapse at any time. It's so easy to get caught in the immediate - it seems so large when it's happening. Yet here we are, five years after the last collapse, and even though the economy is zombified and we're kept alive by oceans of fake money, the fact remains that life is going on pretty much as usual, at least for most of us. To mee it seems that the quality of life is just slowly degrading over time, with scant evidence of imminent chaos.

I'm not at all saying the current system is fine or healthy - in fact it sickens me to see what our country has become. And your primary thesis - that we are in the midst of the great unwind of the Keynesian experiment - is certainly correct.

But, like the collapse of most major societies in history, it is happening slowly. Even if we're in the end stages (which I think we are), and even if dramatic change is inevitable (which it is based on a quick glance at the macro trends), I don't think it has to happen RIGHT NOW - we could see a slow downward grind for years before there's a real disconnect. So my advice would be to look at this less as emergency preparedness and more as lifestyle change.

I'm accumulating metals not to "flip" them for quick financial gain, any more than I'd buy/sell real estate for that purpose; nor do I think the price is going to explode (or evaporate) next week; nor do I think I'll be trading PMs for food in two weeks. I stack because I see the certainty of change down the road, and I'm preparing - but I'm doing it fully aware that my investment will likely not come back to me anytime soon.

So yes, talk about trading, since that's your thing, and do remind people that there is a chance that things could go very wrong at any time. But maybe think more, and encourage discussion, around the idea that metals are the best possible long-term strategy for safety and security, and accompany that talk with other elements of a more complete and happier lifestyle - healthier living, less stress, building skills and the like.

Just my $0.02 -

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:47pm

Sometimes I feel like this

Episode of South Park, Underpants Gnomes Profit Plan.

South Park Underpants Gnomes Profit Plan
The Watchman
Apr 22, 2013 - 2:48pm
Apr 22, 2013 - 2:50pm

Yes it is an "ILLUSION"

I have been around this site what seems like it started, yes I know not participating. The other smackdown (so many over the past two and a half years) on Friday I was going to put the lyrics to the Doors "Peace Frog" (blood in the streets) since it applied so much to last Friday, but after what Turd has written today I am taken to the lyrics by Creed "Illusion"........thanks Turd for all you have done and will do....I feel the same....THANKS...it will get better!!!!

I do believe that the separation between paper and physical is happening right now.

The sun rises to another day
My constitution keeps changing
Till it slips away
So I lie awake and stare
My mind thinking, just wondering
Is anybody there?
(chorus) Should I stay or go
Should I sleep or stay awake
Am I really happy or is it all
Just an illusion

Sitting in my room now
Hiding thoughts
Just hoping one day I'll get out
I hear a voice call my name
Breaking trance , so silent
So I can stay the same
Wait now, many things left unsaid
This life remains the same
But I change
I try to force myself in believing
Things are going to get better
But life goes on

Prize Fighter
Apr 22, 2013 - 2:53pm

We are in soccer match

We are in soccer match playing past the 90' mark and well into penalty minutes. We all keep looking to the ref to blow the final whistle while those bastards just scored a tying goal, Offsides!!

Apr 22, 2013 - 2:53pm


Sparticus, like Turd Furgeson was not only a man but an idea, that we shall not submit easily to slavery.

I urge you to rec. this post, not me, if you believe this and send a message to the sociopathic Bankster, Politicians and the rest of the world that we will not lie down and let these criminals to take our liberty and our free trade system away from us.



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