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In today’s world, you should be surprised by NOTHING!

Miami’s Mayor Backed MiamiCoin Crypto—Then Its Price Dropped 95%

On Feb. 2, the city of Miami cashed out its cryptocurrency MiamiCoin for the first time, depositing $5.25 million into city coffers. Miami mayor Francis Suarez hailed it as a “historic moment” and predicted the cryptocurrency could one day even replace municipal taxes as the government’s primary source of funding.


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Like a good neighbor …?  I can only say I am glad they are not MY neighbor!

State Farm Accused Of Pushing LGBTQ+ Books On Kids, Consumers’ Research Launches ‘Like A Creepy Neighbor’

State Farm is being accused of recruiting agents to push books about gender fluidity on young children, and a new ad campaign by Consumers’ Research slams the insurance giant as “a creepy neighbor” to spotlight claims by an internal whistleblower. 


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Part 1, four more to come.  So maybe all your friends and relatives who called you a whack job will now apologize to you?  Fat chance!

NIST Confirms Its Building 7 report Is Indefensible — Part 1 of 5: The Omitted Web Stiffeners

On August 21, 2008, exactly six years to the day after launching its investigation into the destruction of the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers and the nearby World Trade Center Building 7 — a 47-story high-rise not hit by an airplane that nonetheless fell to the ground at 5:20 PM on 9/11 — the National Institute of Standards and Technology held a press conference to announce the release of its draft report on Building 7. Its report on the Twin Towers had been issued three years earlier.


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Yes, economic downturn

‘Progress may have been all right once, but it has gone on too long.’ Ogden Nash. (1902-1971).

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CIGA Ron sends us the vision of reality!

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Energy is getting expensive isn’t it!

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Pastor Stanley is correct!

There Is An Offer Of ‘Fire Insurance’ While Your Monetary House Burns (And Financial Assets Crater)-Why You Need Gold And Silver Now

Someone cue Fire by the Ohio Players…

To date, the 2022 S & P has had its second worse start in history. Owners of 401(k)’s and other retirement accounts were not happy when they got their statements for the first quarter. If you take a look at the some of the broad financial indices here is what you might find ‘year to date’:


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Who could’ve seen this one coming?

More U.S. Subprime Borrowers Are Missing Loan Payments

Consumers with low credit scores are falling behind on payments for car loans, personal loans and credit cards, a sign that the healthiest consumer lending environment on record in the U.S. is coming to an end.


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I especially like the quote from Willem Middelkoop!

‘It suits bankers when consumers see a bank as a large piggy bank with lots of money in the safe. Few people know that printed and minted money represents only a small percentage of all the money that is in circulation.

‘Research shows that, to this day, one-third of all people believe that vast piles of money lie waiting in the vaults of their bank for savers to go and collect. If savers realized the risks of their money being lent out over thirty times, they would probably prefer to buy gold.

‘For this reason, it is of the utmost importance for banks to play down the safe-haven aspects of gold whilst simultaneously trying to maintain people’s trust in money.’ Willem Middelkoop. (1962-    ).

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Join Greg Hunter of as he goes One-on-One with renowned cycle analyst and financial expert Charles Nenner. (5.17.22)

Here’s the link:  Third of Global Population Killed in Next War Cycle – Charles Nenner | Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog

The latest is called “Third of Global Population Killed in Next War Cycle – Charles Nenner.”  Renowned geopolitical and financial cycle expert Charles Nenner says his analysis shows the world will start a huge war cycle by 2023.  This type of war is similar to WWII but much bigger.   Nenner explains, “The cycle work I do on wars starts at the Mandarin Empire 3,000 years before Jesus came into this world.  The long cycle only picks up the big wars.  Wars in Korea and Iraq do not show up.  So, I say the big War Cycle is up, and this is going to be a big war because the small ones don’t even show up.  So, I am very worried. . . . There was a Jewish prophet that once said, ‘The last war is going to take 8 minutes.’  Nobody took this serious because how can a war last 8 minutes?  Now we have an idea why a war can only take 8 minutes.  Things could calm down in the short term this summer.  Then, next year, it can start full force again, and the whole thing is very dangerous.”

How many casualties will there be in the next world war?  Nenner estimates, “It’s very interesting how you calculate something like that.  It’s the same way you calculate a cycle in IBM.  When you see IBM going down, you can get an upside price target, which we have.  You can do the same thing on the war cycle.  About one third of the population is not going to survive in this world.

So, more than 2.5 billion people are going to die in the next world war that is just around the corner?  Nenner says, “Yes, the numbers say if you have a world war, it’s going to take out 1/3 of the population.”  

On the financial front, Nenner says, “There is a catastrophe going on in bonds.  They lost their capital and are not going to get it back.  It’s the same thing that is happening in stocks.”

Nenner advised to get out of both the bond and stock markets at the beginning of the year, and he was on target.  Nenner predicts it’s going to get worse for stocks and bonds.  Nenner says the next downside target is “15,000 on the DOW,” and it will eventually hit around “5,000 on the DOW.”

Nenner says food will never be cheaper and expects food shortages and big price increases for years into the future.  Nenner also says he thinks oil will keep rising and will hit $150 per barrel, and it could eventually hit “$250” per barrel.

Nenner is still long term bullish on gold and says it will hit “$2,500” in the not-too-distant future.  Nenner says if the world goes back on a gold standard, “gold will hit $40,000 per ounce.”

Nenner says people who are getting a pension should expect big cuts in the future and also expect big inflation too.  It will be the worst of both worlds.

On top of that, expect civil unrest in America to keep growing.

There is much more in the 40 min. interview.

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Hyper leverage and counterparty risk?  Where have we seen that combination before?  “Rat poison squared” …

Crypto’s Crash: 100-to-1 Leverage Goes Poof!

Crypto was in full-blown crash mode last week, wiping out more than $300 billion in market value. TerraUSD, a so-called stablecoin that is supposed to trade at a “stable” $1 value, crashed to a few cents on the dollar. Its sister cryptocurrency, Luna, likewise imploded.


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We wonder what the Ministry of Truth would have to say about this?

Fake News: Four-Star General Deletes Tweet Passing Off Video Game As Ukraine War Footage

MSNBC “military analyst” and four-star General Barry McCaffrey on Monday shared a clip from 2015 video game “Arma 3”, claiming it to be actual footage of Ukrainian forces downing a Russian aircraft.


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Pastor Stanley asks some questions in a world where most things do not add up anyway?

Is There A Relationship Between A Lack Of Baby Formula, The Abortion Industry And An Overturned Roe v. Wade?

The New York Post reported yesterday…’The former head of the Food and Drug Administration on Sunday said problems at the shuttered Michigan plant that produced baby formula date “back many years” and acknowledged that “more aggressive action” should have been taken to routinely inspect the facility .’…

That means that the FDA KNEW about the problems at the plant run by Abbott Nutrition as the baby formula problem predated the recent plant closure by a matter of years. They could have done something years ago and did nothing.