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Investments, gold, currencies, surviving after a financial meltdown
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Granted and seen correct for now Vin.
We are rule seven suspect bots in GD eyes so twist or amplify any fact which could so taken to imply that the opponent operates out of a
hidden personal agenda or other bias. This avoids discussing issues and forces the accuser on the defensive.

40xx was basically correct as the rudder of west is decrepit to say the least for now
from basic swamp looting three deep juice box operations.
The corridor's have been seen and filtered if they can endure for now as noted here also.
It will be interesting to see how long they can suppress dissent other than more mass graves in central and South America.

Ankara will absorb the core regions as the dumb asses figure it out later.
This filters to the Book and the Elam problems seen as maybe sooner than l8ter.

West will engage in a number of rationalizations and the taxpayers are hostages.

The idiots still don't realize the same lies were being told to us about oil running out in the 70s.
Plus back then we were told the earth was freezing, not warming.

https://strategypage.com/htmw/htairw/ar ... 20514.aspx


thread: amos, elam, ankara

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Wholesale inflation rose at 11% YoY in April. This is a leading indicator for CPI which indicates the inflation rate is still sticky. Meanwhile, prices are causing demand from consumers to dry up as well as appetite for hiring to dry up - leading to layoffs coming. hf

Sticky wages meets sticky prices for non import numbers.
Trust nothing but marginal utility.

Average cost basis chatter in PPI as increases bend to demand destruction.
That means unemployment on Captain Oatmeals watch gains traction.

WARNING! It's Started...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYjatgXvevk
Demsheviks own this.
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H was right.

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What it means is that He works for them and wants you to accept more "funding" that will be arterial debt flow
off to the demsheviks for themselves. Sea Hags recent body farm performance was damned right scary to the above room temps. fify

Three and a half billion people are leaving you left minded morons behind.
They are of value only if their plight can be manipulated to the juice swamp boxes running it.

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Mark-to-market as long losses have far outweighed gains from short positions. (GS Prime Brokerage)

This bear at the wheel is just eating all the dead cats spread all the Hell over since new years.

https://cms.zerohedge.com/s3/files/inli ... k=JI9ESouF

Cryto bull mangled.
Imagine that Cariboo's.
First order lulz.

Thread: Cariboo

Blame us Amish.
Cariboo is a donor to the efficient frontier.

march 2021
They got powned and decided to eliminate traffic to issues before you had been conceived. More than not they are still stuck at red and black ants diatribes while goods and services are produced in contracts under purview. It should settle down as the narrative hone in the stupidity of the American voters.

thread: Unit 78020
The only people who believe, are paid to. The rest have already been labeled idiots.

One might ask the question, "Aren't American socialists in favor of their own country's survival?"
To answer this question, we must turn to abnormal psychology.
“We rely upon the stupidity of the American voter” gruber

"No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man."
https://twitter.com/Nrg8000/status/1524 ... 62/photo/1 current carnage mappings

Stilicho had seriously depleted the Roman forces defending the Rhine frontier. He left it defended "only by the faith of the Germans and the ancient terror of the Roman name", as Gibbon put it. In 406 AD a coalition of Vandals, Alans, and Suevi (Quadians, Marcomanni, and Alemanni) from central Europe arrived at the Rhine frontier. The Franks, Rome's allies on the northern Rhine, tried to stop the Vandals from entering the Empire and fought them on the far bank of the Rhine. The Vandals defeated the Franks with the help of the Alans, but lost their king Godigisel. On 31 December 406, the coalition crossed the poorly defended Rhine frontier. These new migrants proceeded to devastate the provinces of Gaul, as well as triggering military revolts there and in Britannia. Stilicho's reputation would never recover from this disaster.

Meanwhile, Constantine's rebellion having interrupted the negotiations between Alaric and Stilicho for the joint attack on Illyria, Alaric demanded the payment he was owed, threatening to attack Italy again if he did not receive a large amount of gold. The senate, "inspired by the courage, rather than the wisdom, of their predecessors", as Gibbon put it, favored war with Alaric until Stilicho persuaded them to give into Alaric's demands. They were angry at Stilicho for this, and one of the most outspoken of them, Lampadius, said "Non est ista pax, sed pactio servitutis (This is not peace, but a pact of servitude)."

The Senate could not accept the facts. They killed one who seen tactical and those allies they needed to survive. Rome was a crushed.
Avarice announced the facts in turn.

The historian's object was to account for the decline of the Roman Empire from the pagan point of view. Zosimus is the only non-Christian source for much of what he reports.

In contrast to Polybius, who had narrated the rise of the Roman Empire, Zosimus documented the events and causes which led to its decline.

I think the the Rus understand that also to current affairs. No clue as Ankara looms.

The Dnieper divide will tell.

40 billion more to the Christian hunt on the table.
https://brewminate.com/the-decline-and- ... ne-empire/

Fall of the Theme System.

thread: peleg, isa55

The manuscript was listed as present in the Vatican library in 1475. It was borrowed from 30th April 1488 to 13th January 1492 by a certain Luigi Lotti. The first mention of the text is in the Miscellanea of Politian (1489), who must have used the MS. Small extracts were published in the 16th century. However when Marc-Antoine Muret wanted to read Zosimus in 1572, Cardinal Sirleto, then Prefect of the Vatican Library, placed the MS on closed access (v. a letter from Muret to Dupuy). A partial copy of the MS was made despite this by Emmanuel Provataris acting for Muret (now Vat. Gr. 1206 and 2351), from the latter portion of which Muret was able to send extracts to Dupuy.
Because the Ms. was inaccessible, the first three printed editions rely on four very faulty copies of the MS (only one direct copy), and the next four editions are just reprints! Only editions from 1887 on are based directly on the MS.
A Latin translation was published in 1576 at Bâle by Johannes Löwenklau (Leunclavius) as part of a volume also containing Procopius, Agathius and Jordanes.
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As gas prices continue to break records, the Biden administration’s cancellation of two lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico and one lease sale in Alaska’s Cook Inlet has drawn clashing responses, including an accusation that the administration is “blatantly lying.”

Lie cheat steal.

Yes.

Democrats need the political donations of big oil companies.
That's what this is all about.
Corrupt Democrats will shut down oil until oil companies turn Democrat.

The concept of "menticide" indicates an organized system of judicial perversion and psychological intervention,
in which a powerful tyrant transfers his own thoughts and words into the minds and mouths of the victims he plans to destroy or to use for his own propaganda.

thread: menticide

search.php?keywords=menticide&t=2&sf=msgonly

If only the fat lady knew.
https://ycharts.com/indicators/us_rotar ... year%20ago

US Rig Count is at a current level of 714.00, up from 705.00 last week and up from 448.00 one year ago.
This is a change of 1.28% from last week and 59.38% from one year ago.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJF-5ZwHYaM

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https://cms.zerohedge.com/s3/files/inli ... k=0vr_-IE1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9mJ82x_l-E

they don't need to do anything to win...

Snow shovels alludes the rest.

https://halturnerradioshow.com/index.ph ... are-at-war Abject stupidity tool.

Containment and walking in circles.

Screw you more one day at a time.

https://www.thereisadayforthat.com/holi ... reedom-day

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https://www.politico.com/news/2022/05/1 ... k-00031241

Talk to MIT.
Gensler knew better.
Fees.

Republicans have rushed to defend Bitcoin as a viable retirement asset class.
Bullshit.
Lulz.

Mr. Hayek had a comment in 1986 from the 1974 discussion.
I reviewed this last night on the WSM channel for clarification from the 1937 thread notes.

The root also appears as Foster’s 1986 book, Innovation: The Attacker’s Advantage, described this phenomenon,
offered tips for surviving it (just being aware of the possibility of a technological shift was the first step),
and predicted that there was much more to come as giant waves of innovation in electronics, software, and biotechnology.

Hayek was correct in that assertion to what we parse today.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPJ8oQ99r9c mit Permissioned Systems primer

https://www.pymnts.com/cryptocurrency/2 ... egulation/

Carnage and stupidity and yes we understand the bullshit ledgers concepts since Da Vinci and ALICE.

https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/15-s12-bloc ... fall-2018/
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When FRA, BGB, VVR carve a bottom wake us up.

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/milwa ... ar-AAXh5bE
bob bish values

spring training is about over down the street

https://heyjackass.com/

napalm lots of naplam

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