Sudden or incremental

Mon, Mar 24, 2014 - 10:32am

Given the overnight action in metals, perhaps discussing the big picture my be more interesting today.

I bought a house some years back that had an old curved roof barn. The architecture was amazing to behold to a wannabe carpenter like me, with curved roof beams, large oak support beams for the floor. It was probably built in the 1920s. It was dug into the side of a hill with the south side of the foundation exposed so you could walk into the lower level, the north side dug in so you could drive your tractor into the large sliding doors to store your hay. But there was a problem. That hill was saturated with water flowing underground out of hundreds of uphill acres north of the barn. The builders did not install a drainage tile. At some point, the water pressure from the north cracked the 8" thick concrete foundation wall horizontally along its 100 foot length about three feet above the lower level floor. The prior owner had re-supported the floor with vertical beams, but water seeped out continually reminding me of the problem. A contractor gave me a bid of 40K to fix it. We ended up selling the place. We have owned other homes in the American mid-west with cracking foundations and water issues in the basements. It seems to be a hazard of the region. Sump pumps are wonderful for managing the water, but they don't fix the foundation.

Fortunately, I have never owned a home too close to a river, ocean or sinkhole. But when such buildings have their foundations undermined, the collapses are sudden, spectacular and perilous. You can see it coming in many cases, if you pay attention, but there is nothing to be done but evacuate. Perhaps its the fault of the builders? Perhaps a lack of foresight? Perhaps it’s just a hazard of building anything in certain terrain where the view is beautiful, where water is abundant, where crops grow, where making a living is easier than where ground is hard, dry and stable. Certain precautions can be taken with wet ground--giving the pressurized water a route of escape. But too often it seems that the builders wanted to save money and create a quick easy structure and not worry about what would happen 40 years down the road.

In the past week, I have noticed a few posts on the boards about economic collapse, economic decline and how fast it might happen. I thought many more might be wondering the same things, and indeed the burning question in my mind these days has to do with the collapse of our nation's, indeed, the world's, financial system. Clearly, it has been unwisely constructed upon shifting, unstable fiat currencies. The bankers put band-aids on immediate issues, but have set up the economy for trouble later (perhaps sooner). Meanwhile, the architects of these currencies profit greatly and have a means of control that no person should have over an entire economy. And when the erosion forces of time, hidden underground water, or the violent forces of floods, waves or shifting ground inevitably exert their will, these fiat architects have no answers. Collapse is inevitable. But but is our foundation simply crumbling due to pressure & stress, or is the entire hillside being undermined. Will this “collapse” be sudden or incremental.

I am arguing, to anyone who will listen, that the collapse will be incremental, somewhat speedy, and have to avoid several hazards that could bring sudden disaster along the route. Verily I say unto thee, the beginning of the decline may be at hand with the ending of the petrodollar system.

I urge you to watch Jim Sinclar's recent interview if you have not already. He says that "Russia has the dollar by the” uh … short hairs uh balls? ... uh ... “has the dollar ... right in their hand.” It would behoove us to recall that the US played a part in the collapse of the Soviet Union not that long ago. I can't imagine Putin (or the Russian citizens) has any sympathy for the US. Russia will do what is good for Russia, and that means breaking the petrodollar system. All Russia has to do, says Sinclair, is accept other currencies for their energy products. And Putin is headed to china to likely sign such an arrangement, one that they have been negotiating.

A few years ago, my daughter and I climbed up to the top of a cliff that overlooked my home town. The view was fabulous. but the route back down was hazardous, with slippery places along the trail where, if one fell, you could tumble off and pretend you were Wesley in The Princess Bride yelling "As you wish..." until you were dashed on the rocks below. Our current situation is like that trail. Unstable, downward sloping, with the risk of disaster upon a misstep.

In a best case scenario, the world reserve currency is under attack. The US will see the inflation of commodities as the rest of the world no longer needs to buy dollars to convert their fiat into energy. The petrodollar's days are numbered. The value of dollars will decline. Cost push inflation will create more expensive imports. Increasing oil prices will increase food transportation costs. My rural students squealed about the price of gas when it hit 4.25. They couldn't afford the gas to drive to work and school.

When I say "incremental," I mean quick, definite increments. Not a long slow decline, but steeper, fairly fast, and fraught with the cliffs of banking freezes, war, grid shutdowns, food scarcity due to transportation shutdowns, rioting & martial law. I can't see rioting in the US being widespread. the first few riots will be met with a very heavy hand and the images of police quelling the action promptly will be splashed all over every media outlet. I bet DHS and the police are itching to try out their new gear!

The US is treading a narrow steep narrow trail, with Russia's goad at our backs. But Russia and China don't want the US and the West to completely collapse, which would not be in their best interest. They want and need a stable world economy. They want the west to lose the wealth and power to them. They want to see the west's standard of living decline while theirs rises.

But these sociopathic, power-lusting, greedy, central bankers have created an untenable monetary system that is failing the citizens of the world. Their plan, the IMF Code of Reforms that will create the SDRs--the new international world reserve currency, their plan may stabilize things for a while, but the foundation is still in need of great repairs. Indeed, the waves are undermining it as I type. I am NOT convinced that greedy IMF-led bankers will man-up and do what is needed to create real stability. As I understand it, the SDR will be 25% backed by gold. Will that be sufficient to stabilize the 50% backing of fiat? Or is this like Nebuchadnezzar's statue with feet made partly of iron and partly of clay.

I have noticed that in spite of their high intelligence and shrewdness, sociopaths do not show extended foresight.

Well that's my theory. A quick steady decline (6 months to a year after the petrodollar is broken) with many risks that could bring on a fast collapse. I am hoping that this thread might test this theory with a sensible rationale and evidence. I am also wondering if Turdville readers actually have some kind of consensus.

By the way, My wife's sister is married to a City of Phoenix policeman--25 year veteran of the force. He and his comrades have been trained to deal with rioting recently. He had ridiculed his wife for a couple of years about her conspiracy theories and prepping, but a year ago he told her to "keep prepping." For her birthday last week, he bought her a pink assault rifle and encouraged her to use it if needed.

By the other way, I think my efforts to build cheap solar panels have been successful. The beta tests have been positive. I'll share more in a later post. The quick report is that my concerns were overblown and it was much easier to solder the cells together than I expected. However, paying $1.25-1.50 per watt for solar capacity may be the better alternative.

Buy gold my friends, it may become scarce before we know it.

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4 oz
Mar 24, 2014 - 10:35am


Wasn't gonna say it---even had I been.

Urban Roman
Mar 24, 2014 - 10:38am

Two ways,

Gradually and then all at once.

(now I shall read the article)

Mar 24, 2014 - 10:39am

James Rickards-Dollar Going to Collapse 80% or 90% or More

James Rickards-Dollar Going to Collapse 80% or 90% or More
Mar 24, 2014 - 10:40am

British teenager and boyfriend 'take own lives' after US police

Alex Hollinghurst, 17, and Brandon Goode, 18, suspected of shooting dead police officer before killing themselves in Florida

British teenager and boyfriend ‘take own lives’ after US policeman shot dead

The bodies of Alex Hollinghurst (above) and Brandon Goode were discovered after police officer Robert German was shot dead nearby by a man and a woman.

A British teenager and her American boyfriend are suspected of having shot dead a policeman before killing themselves, police in Florida have said.

Alex Hollinghurst, 17, and Brandon Goode, 18, were both found dead on Saturday having apparently taken their own lives, according to the Orange County sheriff's office. Their bodies were discovered after a 31-year-old police officer, Robert German, was shot dead nearby by a man and a woman.

Sheriff Jerry Demings said that German stopped the pair in the early hours of the morning and called for backup. When colleagues arrived, they found German, who had been shot, and was pronounced dead soon afterwards.

Both Goode and Hollinghurst were later found dead in brush, the Orlando Sentinel reported.

Mar 24, 2014 - 10:40am


I shall do the same as Urban Roman


Edit: I plead the fifth

Mar 24, 2014 - 10:40am


at bat.

Good article to stimualte thinking. I'm of the opinion although a slow steady decline, the USD is definitely key. The Petro $ is finished as the dominant currency, yet I see 3 taking world stage,Euro, Yuan, and the USD.

Gold will have its ebbs and flows with silver taking a back seat but if roller coaster rides are your forte my belief is silver will give you the tilt- a- whirl experience alright.The moves should be exciting but i would not 'stack' my wealth on it.

metalsbyamile 4 oz
Mar 24, 2014 - 10:42am

Yes you were!

Wasn't gonna say it---even had I been.smiley

Mar 24, 2014 - 10:49am

As I have warned for weeks

the cyclical's say we go down to higher lows that shall resolve themselves in June, July, or August. I would not add new positions here if you need liquidity.Other wise you may end up with rather large losses.

I started pounding the table about this at $1380 plus. If you recall it was an assumption we may experience a down draft that even i did not suspect would be this pronounced.. Sure enough we are there.

The breach of $1320 is omminous in my opinion, short term if we crack the $1300 barrier $1290 comes in to play.(Oh well, it is all really just guess works, where is that Eric Von Prague).

Stack on , when the time is right. Trade only that which you can move out daily,be careful out there!

Mar 24, 2014 - 11:03am

Turkish foreign capital flow halts amid fuse of forex reserves

Turkey being punished for providing Iran with a gold-based workaround out of the SWIFT system?

The total current account deficit reached $13.1 
billion in the December-January period, while the 
net capital entrance scored zero in two months.

The total current account deficit reached $13.1 billion in the December-January period, while the net capital entrance scored zero in two months.

Turkey has been witnessing radical changes in its vitally important foreign capital inflow and economic turbulence corresponding to that in the past few months, when the economic contraction is coupled with political crisis. The transition is primarily observed in the payment balance.

It was found normal when the current account deficit remained at $5 billion in January when the economy slowed down. The deficit was $8.2 billion in December 2013 and the 12-month gap – between January 2013 and 2014 – has risen to $64 billion. This is the highest current account deficit among developing countries and its ratio to the national income is almost 8 percent.

January faced capital outflow instead of inflow and no new loans could be secured to pay due loan debts. This situation obliged spending from foreign exchange reserves.

While the reserves melted by $5.8 billion in January, $2.2 billion was provided by the “net errors and omissions,” also known as “under the pillow,” revealing the deficit was financed through $8 billion worth of “internal” resources.

In January, $1 billion foreign direct investment entered the country, but investment drawn to the portfolios – stock exchange and government bonds – have fallen instead of rising, according to Central Bank data.

More importantly, the debtors failed to find new loans to pay due foreign loan debts and the deficit on loan payments have surpassed $4 billion.

Analysts foresee the lack of foreign resources entering the country persisting throughout April and May. Looking at the decline in reserves, it is predicted that the capital outflow may even increase the current account deficit.

This situation also causes the foreign exchange rate to remain high despite the hiked interest rate. The U.S. dollar’s rate’s constantly testing the 2.25 level is associated with the drop in foreign money entering the country and a failure in the payment of due debts with new resources.

The foreign exchange position, also defined as disposable foreign exchange stock, consists of the “net foreign exchange assets” and “internal liabilities.” Foreign exchange reserves expect gold to be the most important item within new foreign exchange assets. Internal foreign exchange liabilities, meanwhile, are mostly made of foreign exchange accounts of individuals and institutions. The difference between the two creates the disposable foreign exchange stock, or foreign exchange position.

Turkey’s total debt is around $380 billion. Around one-third of this belongs to the public sector and the total debt that should be paid within 12 months is near $170 billion. This means even the current account deficit will remain at $50 billion, unless there is a significant demand for foreign exchange.

In the case that direct foreign capital and foreign capital inflow in the shape of foreign loans cannot be secured, the forex demands’ lira provision will hover high. The forex position at $33 billion shows that an important weapon in the Central Bank’s hands has become inoperable. The interest rate hike has remained the only tool to lure money from abroad, but even this will not work considering the ongoing political crisis.

Mar 24, 2014 - 11:07am


How does Turkey compare with Greece in terms of size and importance in the world economy? I thought Greece was the first domino a couple of years ago, but the CBs papered over the problem. Turkey may not be so easy.

Mar 24, 2014 - 11:10am


I installed an array of 16 solar panels that has a peak power capacity (if the sun angle were correct, of over 4.2kw. the power now days is about 20kwh/day. the install cost, after tax credit was slightly over $2/kw. My son and I did all the labor. This is grid interactive and the excess power generated during the day is taken out after sunset. Since the first of march, we are now generally energy positive, slowly running our watt-hour meter backwards each day. Less electric power is now needed to run the hot air (gas heater) fans and less lighting than in the winter months. We are in a very temperate zone not needing air conditioning in the summer.

Since we installed our system, the power company has filed for a rate change (Tier 1/Tier 2) going from $0.13/$016 to $0.15/$0.15, which will result in an increase in electric bills of slightly less than 15% for most users who do not use too much Tier2 power.

I expect the cost of electric power will continue to increase, decreasing the time for the system to be paid off.

DeaconBenjamin Doctor J
Mar 24, 2014 - 11:23am

Turkish and Greek GDP

According to Wikipedia:

Turkish GDP 2012 estimate - Total$1.358 trillion[4][5] (15th) - Per capita$18,348[5] (54th)

Greek GDP 2013 estimate - Total$243.330 billion[8] (42nd) - Per capita$21,617[8] (37th)

Mar 24, 2014 - 11:26am

Dr Jeremy

"I have noticed that in spite of their high intelligence and shrewdness, sociopaths do not show extended foresight." Dr. J.

No discussion of current events can possibly leave out mention of psychopaths. I commend your recognition of the fact. But, you left out their most observable characteristic - bare faced remorseless pathological liars. Just thought I'd remind us all of that fact on the way to my point here.

Psychopaths may lack foresight, certainly they do. However they always expect to be able to maneuver just as shrewdly in the future as they do in the present, and have in the past. And, even more to the point, they are aware of their lack of foresight and so they employ a veritable legion of the very finest MBA's to fabricate and postulate every possible future scenario, both financially and socially, and what we may see as a 'blk swan' event is no doubt a well-planned event, and their positions in that future scenario as a result of said 'blk swan' event, are well calculated. Bet on that.

Wall St employs multiple "war rooms" just as does the Pentagon. Every future scenario we could possibly imagine, has been played out. Every single event we see in the "news", is an event that was planned well in advance in some war room or another. That's what they do in the Pentagon. They play war games 24/7, at an annual cost of what? A thousand Billion a year?

Urban Roman
Mar 24, 2014 - 11:40am

Did you ever consider salvage?

Dr. J,

Did you ever consider salvaging the wood in this old barn?

There is a niche market for nice long lengths of knot-free 19th century aged hardwood.

Mar 24, 2014 - 11:42am


This is soooo sad. Un-employed starving poor Ukrainians battle with their wage-slave Ukrainian (police) brothers, while the Wall St and London Banksters that caused all this misery, suck down their pink martinis - and just laugh.

And just how are we going to avoid this trap here?

Violent video: Ukraine rioters brutally beat police, storm local admin building
Mr. Fix
Mar 24, 2014 - 11:45am

Sudden or incremental?

As far as I can tell, we've been seeing incremental for the past three decades, with a gradual acceleration over the past few years. The one thing I am certain of, is that the collapse will not be linear.

 Either things will begin to become unglued at an exponentially accelerated rate, (think hockey stick), and that is the best case scenario, but I think we're leading towards an epic crash, something of biblical proportions.

 I think with all of the diversionary tactics by the powers that be, they are not trying to save the system, they are trying to set it up so most people will never know what hit them.

 Whatever triggers it, is unknown, but it wouldn't take much. Even if the press stopped pretending everything was okay, the collapse would be almost immediate, and catastrophic in nature.

 The one world order agenda always uses “order out of chaos” as a strategy for implementing large scale change.

 Combine that with their apparent agenda for depopulation, I suspect they are engineering a collapse designed for maximum carnage, a global genocide, where basic necessities will either be unavailable, unaffordable, or a combination of the two of them.

 And allow me to reiterate my long-standing thesis, there will be absolutely no significant rise in our precious metals until after the system collapses.

 Even then, it might be quite some time before gold and silver will be worth anymore than bullets or beans.

 Prepare accordingly.

Mar 24, 2014 - 11:55am


Interesting take, abguy4. They certainly do employ lawyers and rocket scientists (from the movie Margin Call) to assist their plots.

Perhaps what I perceive as a lack of foresight is their selfish agenda immediately (with no remorse for those they hurt or regret for bridges they burn) combined with their overconfidence that they can weasel (lie) their way out of a trap when caught.

Dangerous people. Alas that we so cheerily elect them as our leaders instead of seeing through their lies.

I had a politics prof at Memphis who was a campaign consultant for local and national campaigns (Lamar Alexander's presidential bid was his most notable job). He told the class that he could get a 4-5% swing in the polls with one well placed negative ad the week before an election. How does a good person win an election where your charismatic, sociopathic opponent will lie and cheat? How does a good person land a top corporate job when the competition cheats their way to the top of their last employer, leaves before it collapses, and takes credit for the success of others, lying with a smile and confidence.

How can we have a fair and equitable society and economy with these people running amok?

Rant off

Mr. Fix abguy4
Mar 24, 2014 - 11:55am

Reply to “sad”.


I hate to admit it, but I did find it somewhat inspiring.

 However kids, don't try this at home.

 That video is an example of what happens when you forget to pre-order a couple billion rounds of hollowpoint bullets.

 The Department of Homeland Security and our newly militarized police forces are much more likely to unceremoniously annihilate any such opposition.

Mr. Fix
Mar 24, 2014 - 12:02pm

Dr. Jerome,

So you still think elections matter? How quaint!wink

Safety Dan
Mar 24, 2014 - 12:03pm

Past US Collapse 1914, 1939, 1971 & Rules Of The Game

Easy to settle thoughts on how it happens, at least based on the past, prior to "world currency" then as carry trade.. Thoughts?

Mar 24, 2014 - 12:05pm

hate to interrupt but we just blew thru $1310

With a slight bounce above it. Should it not hold in to the close it does not bode well for $1300 then $1290.

Be quick and be careful.

Mar 24, 2014 - 12:16pm

Mr Fix

I am a hopelessly optimistic.

But I fear that quality is eroding, though you will see its vestiges now and then, like today.

Not a good quality for an investor to have...

Metalsybyamile, "blew through" or "slammed through?" I guess that 40 tons of Ukrainian gold goes a lot farther than I figured for their nefarious purposes. GOFO rates moved notably higher Friday.

Mar 24, 2014 - 12:21pm

My take on Malaysia Airline

As one who is from the region and a frequesnt flyer of both Malaysia and Singapore Airlines, I have to start by saying that Malaysia Airlines is one of nicest airline to fly. These airlines and many others in the region compete heavily to provide the best service possible.

I’ll make this brief. It is very likely that this is the works of TPTB. Malaysia Airline was hijacked by a passenger or even electronically and remotely hijacked, including all communications. It then ascended to height of 45,000 ft and depressurized to knock off all passengers and crew members. It then flew at a lower altitude of 12,000ft to avoid the heavy traffic in SE Asia and eventually landed in Diego Garcia Airport, a British base in the Indian Ocean.

The motives: It is very possible that is where a ‘sensitive cargo’ bound for Beijing was removed. Or this was used as a distraction so deals (TPP e.g.)could be made behind our backs. Or it was a warning to Malaysia and other countries to comply with their rules. While the search for the airline was initially focused in the S. China sea, this plane remotely took off again and was intentionally crashed and dumped in the South Indian Ocean.

As a side note, how many of you know the Richard Quest, a senior analyst of CNN, who is practically on CNN all the time, was arrested in 2008 with meth in his pocket, a rope around his neck that was tied to his genitals and a sex toy in his boot, yes this blabbering idiot, did his documentary on business travel just weeks before MH 370 disappeared. Of all the hundreds of airlines and thousands of pilots that he could have picked, guess where he landed? In the cockpit of Malaysia airline with Fariq Abdul Hamid, the co-pilot of the eventual missing airliner. This is eerily similar to CNN interview of Bin Laden months before 911.

You can call me a conspiracy theorist if you want, but in light of what happened on 9/11 where practically the whole world was fooled on who actually did it, and how the media is totally compromised, this is a very likely scenario.

It will most likely be concluded by the media that this was a suicide mission by one of the pilots a la Egypt Air!

Mar 24, 2014 - 12:29pm

Besides which, Malaysia mints its own Islamic gold coinage

Kelantan dinar in Malaysia is a currency released by state Government which was formally launched on 12 August, 2010. The state Government of Kelantan had once recommended that Kelantan Dinar had the status of legal tender in Malaysia. However, these coins were denied by the federal government of Malaysia and maintaining the Malaysia Ringgit as the only legal tender.


These bullion coins are in conformance with the Islamic gold dinar principle. Kelantan dinar can be purchased in five denominations which are ½ dinar, 1 dinar, 2 dinar, 5 dinar and 8 dinar coins. According to World Islamic Mint, the Islamic dinar is specific to weight of 22-karat gold (917.) equivalent to 4.25 grams. There is also a principle for gold dinar-silver dirham weight equation of “7 dinars must be equivalent to 10 dirhams,” a standard established by Umar Ibn al-Khattab.

Kelantan Dinar coins were first reached in 2006 by a local producer of souvenirs of art and culture, Mariwasa Kraftangan of Perak. On the obverses of these coins signify a monogram in Arabic within the decorative border. While on the reverse of the Kelantan Dinar show the optimal Kelantanese Coat-of-Arms.

The Kelantan dinar was sold out so quickly from the time when released as many buyers welcoming the gold dinar as more desirable option compared to fiat money. Gold and silver are the most stable currency the world ever had. For instants, a chicken at 1,400 years ago at that time of Prophet, (s.a.w), cost one dirham. At present, a chicken still cost approximate to one dirham, which means that it is basically zero inflation for the past 1,400 years. Sadly, could we see the similar about the Dollars or any other paper currency in the past 25 years?

Mar 24, 2014 - 12:40pm

Is Malaysia Airline story all a farce?

My theory is that it never happened, much like Sandy Hook--at least not in any way close to what the MSM has led us all to believe. Was it simply a Hollywood creation? Are the people involved, including the grieving families all paid actors? From all the weird shit that has been happening over the last few decades, and increasing in frequency as the west devolves, I stake out the claim it was created to mislead and deceive us for a certain, yet unknown purpose. Like abguy4 said above, "But, you left out their most observable characteristic - bare faced remorseless pathological liars." Most observable and most important. Did the officials tell us the straight scoop on the JFK assassination (the Warren Report)? How about 9-11? Is the official story 100% correct and unassailable? How about Sandy Hook, the Oak Creek Temple shooting? The other crazed lone-gunmen shootings we get to see every few months? Are they all 100% on the up-and-up as told to us? Why should we believe that the Ukraine affair is not just another high-level (Rothschild level)coup de etat, set up, and fully agreed-upon by all parties beforehand? Why did the pareties play nice, and wait til the Olympics were over? Syria too? Libya, Irag, Afghanistan? There is no good reason to believe any of the pablum we get from the MSM. I believe there is a long term plan by the bankers to depopulate the earth, to reduce the western "footprint" and to generally take wealth from the people and redistribute it as per their idea of equality, such as it is. Could depopulation mean to reduce future birth rates, or increase current death rates, or both? As far as the devolution of the western financial system, I tend to agree that it will be slow at first, then happen all at once. We have been at the slow part now for about 15 years.

Mr. Fix
Mar 24, 2014 - 12:47pm
Mar 24, 2014 - 12:48pm

Silver Vault for 600 Tons Starting in Singapore on Demand

A vault door is left ajar inside Silver Bullion Pte's The Safe House storage space... Read More

Silver Bullion Pte, a Singapore supplier of coins and bars to retail investors, opens a 600 metric ton vault tomorrow as investor demand increases.

The storage could hold silver worth $390 million at prices on March 21. The company doubled sales to 1.04 million ounces in 2013 from 517,000 ounces a year earlier, said Gregor Gregersen, who founded the company in 2009. Almost all the sales were silver, he said in an interview in Singapore on March 18.

Investors are adding to holdings as silver becomes cheaper relative to gold. Silver plunged 36 percent in 2013, the most in three decades, exceeding a 28 percent decline in gold as equities climbed, the U.S. economy improved and inflation remained muted. Assets in exchange-traded products backed by silver rose 1.9 percent in 2014, climbing for a third year, as gold holdings were little changed. American citizens are his largest group of customers, said Gregersen.

“While prices dropped last year, we saw physical demand went through the roof,” said Gregersen. “Our American customers seem to be concerned about rising government debt in their country and see silver as a form of insurance.” Marketable U.S. government debt outstanding has soared to a record $12 trillion from $4.5 trillion in 2007, according to U.S. Treasury data compiled by Bloomberg.

An employee takes out a container filled with silver bars inside The Safe House vault...

Mar 24, 2014 - 12:50pm

Speaking of metals

The battle for $1310 to stand as a line in the sand is fierce. Who will win?

Mar 24, 2014 - 1:01pm

The Malaysian plane & 911...

the truth is hidden behind the curtains of the hologram...& when the time is right...the wizard of oz...will reveal all!...Illusion...or delusion?...Rinse & repeat...rinse & repeat!!...How many times do we have to watch this movie?...

Go to the 34 minute mark...rinse & repeat...

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& remember to have fun...along the way!!!...


Bag Of Gold

Mar 24, 2014 - 1:07pm


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