Turd & Andy on with Max & Stacy

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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.

TF

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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James CrightonOOOBuck
Jun 12, 2016 - 4:50pm

Buck 4:03

Many thanks Buck - you are too kind.

I have spent many many hours studying bitcoin since I first heard of it in 2012. To sum it up, allow me to state with confidence that it is safe. The Banksters / CIA / NSA / etc have been trying to "crack it" for 7 year - to no avail. If they really understood it they would not have bothered trying to crack it - statistically just not possible. Since discovering this (that it is not crackable) they have heen trying to attack it from every other angle - witness the 146 "deaths" to date of bitcoin. They are REALLY scared that it is "going to eat their lunch" ............... it will.

I know you are not enamoured of YouTube but there is one you should watch - search for "Andreas Antonopoulos Canadian Senate bitcoin" - a 90 minute presentation and Q&A by Antonopoulos to the Canadian Senate - he speaks for about half the time - explaining bitcoin - and the last half is given over to Q&A - really informative for the newbie. And generally, Antonopoulos continues to give excellent talks on the subject - all on YouTube.

Truly, this baby will be at least $1 million by 2022.

best wishes

jc

James CrightonJana
Jun 12, 2016 - 4:28pm

@JMS

Thanks for your kind words.

Coinbase is a reliable exchange - buy through them. If you are European / UK Bitstamp.net is good too - long track record.

Once you get your coin, take control of them by transferring them to a Trezor (or similar hardware wallet - Trezor is the best but a little more expensive) or use a paper and or brain wallet. For details on paper and brain wallets go to YouTube and search for "James D'Angelo Paper Wallet"

Best wishes

jc

Jun 12, 2016 - 4:27pm

MSM coverage of banker "suicides"

If you can call the NY Post "mainstream".

Regardless, an excellent story here. Note all three related to DoucheBank.

https://nypost.com/2016/06/12/why-are-so-many-bankers-committing-suicide/

imach1
Jun 12, 2016 - 4:25pm
imach1
Jun 12, 2016 - 4:25pm
Dirt_Reynolds
Jun 12, 2016 - 4:25pm

Hmmm

Anyone taking bets the suspect had the uber app on his phone?

Bend Sinister
Jun 12, 2016 - 4:11pm

America's gun problem, explained

fwiw a good overview

https://www.vox.com/2015/10/3/9444417/gun-violence-united-states-america

"To understand why that is, there's another important statistic: The US has by far the highest number of privately owned guns in the world. Estimated in 2007, the number of civilian-owned firearms in the US was 88.8 guns per 100 people, meaning there was almost one privately owned gun per American and more than one per American adult. The world's second-ranked country was Yemen, a quasi-failed state torn by civil war, where there were 54.8 guns per 100 people.

Another way of looking at that: Americans make up about 4.43 percent of the world's population, yet own roughly 42 percent of all the world's privately held firearms."

OOOBuck
Jun 12, 2016 - 4:03pm

James 1:15 - (sounds like a bible passage)

Thank you for that info. Exactly the kind of feedback I was looking for.

I don't depend on anything I see on YouTube and general internet community. We are afterall, Turdites. I mean, there are people (out there), that think gold and silver are only good as jewelry or paper weights. No, this is what I was looking for. Thanks again.

Marchas45
Jun 12, 2016 - 4:01pm

@Lost Mind

This is up to the Gay Community now IMO. Do you believe they don't have guns and ammo? I thought not. This shooting is going to affect the Democratic Party in my opinion and their (Gay Community) going to blame the parties policy against Muslim Terrorist and of course religion in general.

OOOBuck
Jun 12, 2016 - 3:55pm

What O'Bummer didn't say about Guns

His idea of a "responsible" gun owner is one that would only EVER consider using his/her weapon to kill paper. That's it! Defend your home and you may end up behind bars or impoverished by a lawsuit courtesy of next of kin.

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