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  1. Hunter has had his hands in a lot of different illegal activities as it turns out. These gun charges are pretty much the only ones that can’t be connected to the big guy. Funny how these are the laws that he goes to court over, eh? This is just more managing of the Hunter problem. Have him stand trial for something that can end up with a slap on the wrist.
  2. While Moonbox puts his head in the sand, let’s take another look at China. Because another giant real estate developer is in serious trouble there. https://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2023/08/29/china-real-estate-giant-country-garden-could-be-next-to-go-bust/amp/ “Like Evergrande, Country Garden is about to become a household name for those working in the markets. It is China’s top real estate developer in terms of sales and is now poised to become the next casualty in China’s debt crisis. One of China’s best business news agencies, Caixin Global, said Country Garden was poised to default on its bond payments next month, barring a white knight or grace period extension.” What does this mean? According to moonbat, we can safely ignore the mounting bankruptcies around the globe. But this is developing just like the 2008 crash. Warning signs like this, and then financial leaders releasing statements in the media about how there’s nothing wrong as banks fail and the like. Because they know what’s coming and they are trying to protect their investments. Well good luck with that…
  3. Thanks for thinking of me. Yup, this is much the same response as those in the establishment back in 2006-2008 until Burry made his billions. His investors were screaming bloody murder over his strategy right up until he sent them 6 or 700% on their investments. I don’t really know the exact number, it might have been more. We are in the middle of a developing economic event that is worse than 2008, I’m afraid to say. Let’s see what happens by the end of the year, shall we?
  4. OPEC isn’t doing it this time. BRICS is far worse than OPEC. The US no longer has any kind of treaty with Saudi Arabia. Everyone in BRICS despises the US. -Get back to me when you can evaluate current events. Nationalist, you should google 15 minute cities. It’s getting ridiculous with the climate changers in charge…
  5. I notice you completely ignore the Saudi and Russian oil move which is raising gas prices. Yuk it up all you want but 15 minute cities and the WEF are real things, just like CBDC is.
  6. Officially, definitely irrelevant. But on the down low, the rising prices are welcomed and even encouraged, by governments and evil organizations like the world economic forum. Getting people out of internal combustion based vehicles is the goal, whatever it takes. Just as electricity bills have been rising to force folks to switch to LED lighting and energy star appliances. Next up? Fifteen minute cities.
  7. I just quoted this because it just so perfectly illustrates the Biden’ his time Joe mindset. He’ll be gone before February, you can count on it.
  8. That may be it. You are basically talking about wealth. I hold that the US wealth stems from the same underlying cause that has seen Israel survive and thrive since becoming a nation in 1948.
  9. Here’s a conspiracy for you. Russia and Saudi Arabia are going to use oil as a weapon. They will cut oil production which will hurt our economies. https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2023/09/05/saudi-arabia-to-extend-voluntary-cut-of-1-million-barrels-per-day-until-the-end-of-the-year.html Riyadh first applied the 1 million barrel per day reduction in July and has since extended it on a monthly basis. The cut adds to 1.66 million barrels per day of other voluntary crude output declines that some members of OPEC have put in place until the end of 2024. Fellow heavyweight oil producer Russia — which leads the contingent that joins OPEC nations in the OPEC+ coalition — also pledged to voluntarily reduce exports by 500,000 barrels per day in August and by 300,000 barrels per day in September. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak on Tuesday said that it will extend its 300,000 barrels per day reduction of exports until the end of December 2023 and will likewise review the measure on a monthly basis, according to the Kremlin. Will these cuts raise the prices of oil and gas? Right now oil is flirting with $87 per barrel.
  10. Excellent show. They’ve reported many breaking stories ahead of the Western Media.
  11. American rule of law. That lets a sitting Vice President use a billion dollars to blackmail the Ukraine government? Lets that same VP hoard classified documents he has no legal right to? While prosecuting a former president for the very same thing, when said president at least has a right to declassify such documents? This rule of law is now persecuting Trump THREE years after he left office, while J6 “criminals” have already been convicted and served their time and are now free. This American rule of law has been weaponized to throw the 2024 election, or they would have indicted Trump for his “crimes” back in 2021 instead of now, with court dates set for 2024. The US is no better than many of those bad actors you mention. This is why BRICS formed in the first place, an attempt to defend against an empire that wants to force it to knuckle under. And now the US is on the verge of another depression. I take no joy in recognizing this, I’ve been a loyal fan of the USA, but they and the empire behind them are corrupt to the core.
  12. Yeah, that and a global move to CBDC’s. They are just waiting for a crisis to take advantage of…
  13. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/billions-dollars-flowing-chinese-markets-213851348.html Over the weekend, Chinese authorities halved the tax charged on stock trades, called a “stamp duty,” and lowered the amount of collateral a trader has to deposit in order to borrow money to invest in stocks in a bid to “boost investor confidence,” according to a Google translation of a statement from China’s Ministry of Finance. Beijing also asked some mutual funds to avoid being net sellers of equities, Bloomberg reported, citing unnamed sources. … Despite the moves, foreign investors continue to flee Chinese markets. With Beijing cracking down on foreign consulting firms amid tensions between the U.S. and China and repeatedly requiring investment firms to avoid selling stocks when markets look shaky, investors seem increasingly nervous about the risks of holding capital in China. In the first half of this year, the number of active China-focused hedge funds fell for the first time in more than a decade. And in the second quarter, direct investment liabilities—a measure of foreign direct investment into China—slumped 87% from a year ago to a record low of $4.9 billion, according to figures released by China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange on Friday. Will this uncertainty spread? It’s hard to say, but bad enough that the largest country in the world(population-wise) is suffering what may turn out to be a crash of sorts.
  14. Again, the level of gold bullion holdings among certain nations has drastically increased in the last several years. It is not business as usual. But I doubt that the main stream news sources you follow give a fig about such developments. They just report what they are given…
  15. And why do you suppose the US government is holding gold? Just because other nations are doing it too?
  16. It’s basically the only card they have left. Well, that and the law fare nonsense. If you can’t beat ‘em, put them in jail…
  17. Did you know that many nations have their central banks hoarding tons of gold? More tons every year, when 5 years ago they weren’t doing this. They are doing this to buy insurance against something. Also, read down the list of BRICS nations and new incoming members. Did you notice how many heavy hitters there are in annual oil production? That’s gotta be 2/3 of the global oil reserves right there. And they are forming an alliance. For some specific reason.
  18. My friend, you seem to be under the impression that there are bad and good nations to cheer and boo at. I’m afraid that there are few few good nations left, and the US is no better than Russia or China. Canada? We are too apathetic to matter.
  19. I don’t have any crabs, I can promise you that! I think Putin is trying to come up with the acronym, “BRICSCHITHOUSE.”
  20. Of course you are. You’re the one who started a thread on the collapse of the Russian army, last September or so. The point being, your judgement is pretty sketchy…
  21. Uh, why what? Could you clarify? I'm not sure whether you should be frightened and your political leanings are irrelevant in this case. Perhaps just go back to you crab pot thingy.
  22. https://www.cnn.com/2023/08/24/business/saudi-arabia-brics-invitation-intl/index.html In a video message, Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated the new BRICS members, adding that the bloc’s global influence would continue to grow. “I would like to congratulate the new members who will work in a full-scale format next year,” Putin said. “And I would like to assure all our colleagues that we will continue the work that we started today on expanding the influence of BRICS in the world,” the Russian president added. This has major international implications, as the largest trading block in the world gets larger. For instance, they want to issue their own currency, gold backed. This alone would crash the current internationally used currency, the US dollar.
  23. https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2023/08/23/european-pmis-for-august-show-steep-downturn-.html "The downward pressure on the economy of the euro zone in August stems mainly from the German service sector which switched from growth to contraction at an unusual pace," Rubia said, adding that reduced output in manufacturing also adds to the argument that Germany is becoming "the sick man of Europe."
  24. https://www.reuters.com/world/china/china-evergrande-files-protection-us-court-part-32-bln-debt-overhaul-2023-08-18/ HONG KONG/NEW YORK, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Embattled developer China Evergrande Group (3333.HK) has filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection as part of one of the world's biggest debt restructurings, as anxiety grows over China's worsening property crisis and its impact on the weakening economy. China unexpectedly lowered several key interest rates earlier this week in a bid to shore up struggling activity and is expected to cut prime loan rates on Monday, but analysts say moves so far have been too little, too late, with much more forceful measures needed to stem the economy's downward spiral. This has been a long time coming for Evergrande, and it is a sign of worsening conditions in China. It’s a very provocative development when you consider that the BRICS nations are meeting tomorrow and rumour has it they may be admitting more countries such as Saudi Arabia. They also are looking at issuing a new gold backed currency. And what might that do to the US dollar?
  25. You think HIlary was standing by her man when she said, she wasn't standing by her man like Tammy Wynette. That's all I'm saying. You are misunderstanding what Hilary meant back in the 90's.
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