Turd & Andy on with Max & Stacy

Sat, Jun 11, 2016 - 12:03pm

Early last week, I had the honor to join Max and Stacy for a taping of The Max Keiser Show. Along with my friend Andrew Maguire, we had a sort of panel discussion of gold and the global gold market.

As usual, the program begins with Max and Stacy discussing some of the news of the day. In the second half of the program, Andy and I join them for a segment where the primary topic is gold and gold price manipulation. This is actually the first of two segments that we taped last Monday so be on the lookout for another episode sometime next week.

It was great fun to see Max and Stacy again and we should all be grateful that they so willingly gave us a platform through which we can draw continued attention to the conniving schemes of the global bankers and the sham that is the fractional reserve, paper derivative precious metal pricing structure.


p.s. My favorite part of the show may be the "beeping" that covers up every mention of the name "Turd". Max and Stacy may have done that on purpose just to be funny.

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Jun 12, 2016 - 5:54pm
Jun 12, 2016 - 5:48pm

told ya it was time for another false flag!!

should i start with that tired old disclaimer about "If it was real . . . blah blah blah"??? No, but please consider it implied, or don't.

I still suffer false flag fatigue so have only caught a few snippets of this weekend's big "Story", but it seems that a Muslim (bros. hate muslims) terrorist shot up a gay bar with a GUN and killed a bunch of gay people . Then of course the GUNman was killed since rolling Tim McVeigh style takes way too much follow-up and coordination.

As further details come in... apparently the muslim was also a member of the N.R.A, he home schooled his kids, occasionally bought unpasteurized milk from a local farmer and was a global warming denier. oh, the humanity!!!

Jun 12, 2016 - 5:45pm

That would make a good imaging project

Stukas doing a bombing run on modern day London, but instead of Luftwaffe insignia, EU insignia. And, down below, bombed and tattered banners proclaiming BREXIT.

Dyna mo hum
Jun 12, 2016 - 5:42pm
Jun 12, 2016 - 5:36pm

If UK votes BREXIT

The stukas will return.

Ned BradenAIJ
Jun 12, 2016 - 5:33pm

China Treasuries...

respectfully, that link is about 1 year old......

Jun 12, 2016 - 5:32pm

Summer of "George" or summer of chaos

Rogue Money ‏@theroguemoney 1m1 minute ago

Months ago The Guerrilla warned about the summer of Chaos. To prepare for June...its begun.

Royal Flush
Jun 12, 2016 - 5:25pm
Jun 12, 2016 - 5:06pm

Danny B

Public employees don't want to be affected by the economic downturn

Arkansas spends $ 36,475 to maintain one mile of two-lane highway for one year. New Jersey spends $ 1,102,343 to maintain one mile of two-lane high way for one year. The bloated public jobs system demands a bloated pension system. That more-or-less works while the economy is expanding. The economy is shrinking. Largest NJ Public Employee Pensions Bankrupt, Moody's Report Says | People's Pundit Daily

Previously, many State and local GOV entities made a lot of money by confiscating the property of anybody convicted in the drug business. They have fought long and hard to prevent the legalization of pot. It is expensive to get a drug conviction so, they have streamlined the process;
"Now, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol has a device that also allows them to seize money on prepaid cards.
It's called an ERAD, or Electronic Recovery and Access to Data machine"
"Here's how it works. If a trooper suspects a person may have money tied to some type of crime, the highway patrol can scan and seize money from prepaid cards. OHP stresses troopers do not do this during all traffic stops, only situations where they believe there is probable cause. "

""If you can prove can prove that you have a legitimate reason to have that money it will be given back to you. And we've done that in the past," Vincent said about any money seized.

State Sen. Kyle Loveless, R-Oklahoma City, said that removes due process and the belief that a suspect is presumed innocent until proven guilty. He said we've already seen cases in Oklahoma where police are abusing the system. " NO, they wouldn't do that.
You may be innocent but, your cash is guilty.

"Let’s say a state trooper suspects or just thinks you may have money tied to any sort of crime. He can now scan any cards you have and seize the money in your wallet. He does not have to charge you with a crime. There is no right to remain silent, for he is not charging you. He is after all your money because the governments is broke."
"They pretend the money committed the crime – not you." "Oklahoma police can outright seize everything you have from debit cards to bank accounts on a traffic stop without any criminal charges being filed."

"Anything of value that is stored in a safe-deposit box is now considered money laundering. Governments want their taxes and all the laws are changing to ensure they get their money." https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/w...ing-for-money/

"Almost a year after California lawmakers rejected legislation that would restrict police departments’ ability to take cars, cash, homes and other property from suspected criminals without a conviction" Of course they rejected it.
"Before that vote, nearly every district attorney in the state signed a letter against the measure. Numerous police chiefs and sheriffs did the same." Yep, no matter how much the economy shrinks, they want the gravy train to continue. Will California stop police from taking people's property without a criminal conviction? - LA Times

"Right before we were directed into this mob this group of Trump supporters was thanking the police for being there. This is a generally pro-law enforcement crowd. It’s not a knock on police in general but in this specific instance it’s shocking to see 250 of them lined up and not lifting a finger to help hundreds of victims. " "The lawyer said San Jose police FORCED the Trump supporters to walk THROUGH the gauntlet of violent anti-Trump thugs."
San Jose Victim’s Lawyer; Police Forced Trump Supporters to Walk THROUGH MIDDLE OF MOB (VIDEO)

Evidently, public employees don't want to see Trump elected.
This isn't just a local problem. The G-20; "blaming the private sector for not paying enough taxes for them to squander. They issued their Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF), which is really the directive to hunt down money globally for taxes."
"Additionally, they employ negative interest rates without realizing that they are wiping out pensions, life insurance companies, and accelerating unfunded pensions in government. Their solution? More taxes. They actually laid it out in the Finance Minister & Central Banker"
The simple fact is; every additional $1 dollar in taxes results in a $3 shrinkage of the economy. GOV is the new "highwayman". https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...did-last-year/

They take it by any means possible, legal or not.

Jun 12, 2016 - 5:01pm

guns per 100 US citizens

What was the figure in 1770? Probably about the same, and for the very same reasons.

Any wonder why gov is quaking in it's patent leather loafers?

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