Guest Post: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly - Part 3

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Submitted by Jim Quinn of The Burning Platform

The Good, The Bad And The Ugly - Part 3

“You see in this world there’s two kinds of people, my friend. Those with loaded guns, and those who dig. You dig.” -  Blondie – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

“There are two kinds of people in the world, my friend. Those who
have a rope around their neck and those who have the job of doing the
cutting.” –
Tuco – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The economic peril that we find ourselves confronted with, has been
ninety-eight years in the making. The confluence of debt, demographics,
delusion, and denial has left the country at the precipice of
annihilation. There are two kinds of people in the world, those who
control the money and those that are controlled by those who control the
money. The last century has been marked by a methodical looting of the
good (working middle class) by the bad (Federal Reserve & bankers)
and supported by the ugly (Washington D.C. politicians). When historians
pinpoint the year in which the Great American Empire began its downward
spiral they will conclude that year to be 1913. In this dark year for
the Republic, slimy politicians, at the behest of the biggest bankers in
the country, created a private central bank that has since controlled
the currency of the United States. This same Congress staked their claim
as the most damaging group of politicians in US history by passing the
personal income tax in the same year. These two acts unleashed the two
headed monster of inflation and taxation on the American people.

The government began keeping official track of inflation in 1913, the
year the Federal Reserve was created. The CPI on January 1, 1914 was
10.0. The CPI on January 1, 2011 was 220.2. This means that a man’s suit
that cost $10 in 1913 would cost $220 today, a 2,172% increase in
ninety-eight years. This is a 95.6% loss in purchasing power of the
dollar.  The average American does not understand the insidious nature
of central bank created inflation. It makes you think you are wealthier
while you are driven into abject poverty. The Federal Reserve and
politicians have pulled the wool over your eyes. The CPI was 30.9 in
1964. Today, it is 223.5. This means prices have risen 723% since 1964.
The only problem is your wages have not risen at the same rate, even
using the government manipulated CPI. Using a true CPI figure, average
weekly earnings are 64% below what they were in 1964. This explains why a
family of five could live well with one parent working in 1964, but
even with both parents working and accumulating debt in prodigious
amounts, the average family cannot live as well today.


It is not a coincidence that the percentage of the working age
population employed bottomed in 1964 at 59%. The participation rate rose
steadily for the next thirty six years, topping out in 2000 at 67.1%.
The employment to population ratio also bottomed at 55% in 1964. It rose
to 64.4% by 2000. It seems that future historians will mark the year
2000 as the peak of the American Empire. Apologists for the Federal
Reserve and politicians who have steered this country since 1964 would
argue the increase in the percentage of the population working was a
positive development. Nothing could be further from the truth.

The American middle class was forced to send both parents into the
workforce just to keep up with the ever declining real weekly earnings.
The Federal Reserve created inflation has methodically destroyed the
American dream for the middle class. As both parents had to go into the
workforce, American children were left to fend for themselves or be
raised by strangers in daycare centers. The pressure of trying to keep
up with inflation strained families to the breaking point. The number of
divorces per thousand marriages was 10 in the early 1960s. It more than
doubled to 22.6 by 1980 and still resides at 17 today. There are many
factors for the disintegration of the traditional family unit, but the
financial strain on families to maintain a consistent standard of living
due to relentless inflation has been a key factor.


From the founding of our country there had been constant conflict
between corrupt bankers trying to control the currency of the nation to
further their own enrichment at the expense of the people and a few
courageous leaders willing to fight them. The bankers won the century
old battle in 1913. 

Den of Vipers & Thieves

“I too have been a close observer of the doings of the Bank of
the United States. I have had men watching you for a long time, and am
convinced that you have used the funds of the bank to speculate in the
breadstuffs of the country. When you won, you divided the profits
amongst you, and when you lost, you charged it to the Bank…You are a den
of vipers and thieves. I have determined to rout you out and, by the
Eternal, I will rout you out.” -
Andrew Jackson


The First Bank of the United States was created in 1791. Alexander
Hamilton, the 1st Secretary of the Treasury, proposed this bank and
convinced a hesitant President Washington to agree. John Adams and
Thomas Jefferson were against the concept. It favored the moneyed
classes of the North versus the agrarian South. The bank was given a 20
year charter and President James Madison let it expire in 1811. He
understood the true nature of the banking interests:

“History records that the money changers have used every form of
abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their
control over governments by controlling money and its issuance”.

Madison had to renew the charter in 1816 as the War of 1812 resulted
in large government debts. Politicians always turn to bankers when
funding wars and programs to get them re-elected. As usual, once
unshackled, the bankers immediately caused a boom through their loose
monetary policies. The Bank created a fake boom by 1818 through its
reckless lending, which encouraged speculation in land. This lending
allowed almost anyone to borrow money and speculate in land, sometimes
doubling or even tripling the prices of land (remind you of another time
in recent history?). In the summer of 1818, the national bank managers
realized the bank’s massive over-extension, and instituted a policy of
contraction and the calling in of loans. This recalling of loans
simultaneously curtailed land sales and slowed the U.S. production boom
due to the recovery of Europe. The result was the Panic of 1819. There
was a wave of bankruptcies, bank failures, and bank runs; prices dropped
and wide-scale urban unemployment struck the country. By 1819 many
Americans did not have enough money to pay off their property loans. Do
you see any difference between 1816 – 1819 and 2005 – 2011? Central
banks don’t eliminate financial panics, they cause them. Booms and busts
have always existed. They have become more common and extreme since the
unleashing of greedy corrupt central bankers in the U.S., going back
two centuries.

Andrew “Old Hickory” Jackson became President in 1829 and proceeded
to declare war on the Second National Bank. He was the first and only
President in U.S. history to pay off the National Debt. He worked
tirelessly to rescind the charter of the Second Bank of the United
States. His reasons for abolishing the bank were:

  • It concentrated the nation’s financial strength in a single institution.
  • It exposed the government to control by foreign interests.
  • It served mainly to make the rich richer.
  • It exercised too much control over members of Congress.
  • It favored northeastern states over southern and western states.

President Jackson believed that only Congress should be responsible
for the issuance and control of the currency. Delegating that duty to
powerful New York bankers was distasteful to him:

“If Congress has the right to issue paper money, it was given to
them to be used … and not to be delegated to individuals or

President Jackson vetoed the extension of their bank charter in 1832.
He redirected government tax revenue to other state banks.  The Second
Bank of the United States was left with little money and, in 1836, its
charter expired and it turned into an ordinary bank. Five years later,
the former Second Bank of the United States went bankrupt. Those who
believe that a central bank is essential to economic progress need to
examine the “free banking” period from 1837 to 1861. In the last five
years of the Second Bank’s existence prices rose by 28%. Over the next
25 years, prices in the U.S. fell by 11%. We experienced the dreaded
deflation. Did deflation destroy America? Not quite. GDP grew from $1.5
billion in 1836 to $4.6 billion in 1861. Deflation is only fatal to
debtors. Inflation is the friend of lenders and the moneyed classes.

The American Civil War brought about the National Banking Act of
1863, which created a network of national banks. Politicians always need
bankers to fight their wars and Abraham Lincoln was no different. By
1870 there were 1,638 national banks. This did not eliminate the booms
and busts that punctuate human history, but the booms and busts were not
scientifically created by a small cabal of bankers. With thousands of
banks, those who made bad lending decisions failed. The economy
withstood the periodic panics and continued to grow. The GDP of the U.S.
grew from $7.6 billion in 1863 to $39 billion by 1913, with virtually
no inflation. The Federal government ran surpluses or very small
deficits during this entire time period. These facts refute the argument
that a strong central bank was necessary to keep our economic system
operating smoothly. It seems the Big Lie was not invented by the Nazis.


Creature from Jekyll Island – Control the Money, Control the Country

“I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A
great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our
system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore,
and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. No longer a
government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and
vote of majority, but a government by the opinion and duress of a small
group of dominant men.”
President Woodrow Wilson

Any impartial assessment of inflation throughout the history of the
United States confirms that from the beginning of our nation through the
War of 1812, the Mexican American War, the Civil War, the Spanish
American War and the Industrial Revolution, the country experienced
virtually no inflation as bankers were kept from controlling the U.S.
currency and our legal tender was backed by gold. The creation of the
Federal Reserve in 1913 and the closing of the gold window by Richard
Nixon in 1971 unleashed a tsunami of inflation that continues to
inundate our country today, killing the once prosperous middle class.


The Rothschilds of London understood that a fiat currency system
would benefit the few (bankers & politicians) who understood it and
the masses would be too ignorant to understand they were being screwed:

“Those few who can understand the system (check book money and
credit) will either be so interested in its profits, or so dependent on
it favors, that there will be little opposition from that class, while
on the other hand, the great body of people mentally incapable of
comprehending the tremendous advantage that capital derives from the
system, will bear it burdens without complaint, and perhaps without even
suspecting that the system is inimical to their interests.”

The House of Rothschild had been the dominant banking family in
Europe for two centuries. They were known for making fortunes during
Panics and War. Some claimed they would cause Panics in order to take
advantage of those who panicked. American bankers learned the lesson
well. The Panic of 1907 was the used as the reason for creating the
Federal Reserve. A small cabal of powerful U.S. banking interests
understood that if they could control the currency of the U.S., they
could control the country, its politicians, and its people.

In 1906, Frank Vanderlip, Vice President of the Rockefeller owned
National City Bank, convinced many of New York’s banking establishment
they needed a banker-controlled central bank that could serve the
nation’s financial system. Up to that time, the House of Morgan had
filled that role. JP Morgan had initiated previous panics in order to
initiate stronger control over the banking system. Morgan initiated the
Panic of 1907 by circulating rumors the Knickerbocker Bank and Trust Co.
of America was going broke. There was a run on the banks creating a
financial crisis which began to solidify support for a central banking
system. During this panic Paul Warburg, a Rothschild associate, wrote an
essay called “A Plan for a Modified Central Bank” which called for a Central Bank in which 50% would be owned by the government and 50% by the nation’s banks.

In November 1910 a secret conference took place on Jekyll Island off
the coast of Georgia. Those in attendance were: JP Morgan, Paul Warburg,
John D. Rockefeller, Bernard Baruch, Senator Nelson Aldrich, Colonel
House, Frank Vanderlip, Benjamin Strong, Charles Norton, Jacob Schiff,
and Henry Davison. From this meeting of the most powerful bankers and
politicians in the country came the plan for a Central Bank. This
conference was unknown until 1933. In 1935, Frank Vanderlip wrote in the
Saturday Evening Post: “I do not feel it is any exaggeration
to speak of our secret expedition to Jekyll Island as the occasion of
the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve

Behind the scenes these powerful men were formulating the plan for a
Federal Reserve System. There was no outcry from the public to implement
this plan. The public knew nothing of this. The Aldrich Plan was
renamed the Federal Reserve Act and pushed forward by Paul Warburg and
Colonel House. Warburg essentially wrote the Act and pressured
Congressmen to see his way or lose the next election. Colonel House, who
had socialist leanings, was the top advisor to President Wilson.

The Glass Bill (the House version of the final Federal Reserve Act)
had passed the House on September 18, 1913 by 287 to 85. On December 19,
1913, the Senate passed their version by a vote of 54-34. More than
forty important differences in the House and Senate versions remained to
be settled, and the opponents of the bill in both houses of Congress
were led to believe that many weeks would elapse before the Conference
bill would be taken up. The Congressmen prepared to leave Washington for
the annual Christmas recess, assured that the Conference bill would not
be brought up until the following year. The creators of the bill then
pulled the ultimate swindle on the American public. In a single day,
they ironed out all forty of the disputed passages in the bill and
quickly brought it to a vote. On Monday, December 22, 1913, the bill was
passed by the House 282-60 and the Senate 43-23. This meant that the
single most important piece of legislation ever passed by the Senate was
missing the votes of 26 Senators because it was passed during the
Christmas recess. President Wilson, at the urging of Bernard Baruch,
signed the bill on December 23, 1913.

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The Road to Hell is Paved by Central Bankers

“Banking was conceived in iniquity, and was born in sin. The
Bankers own the Earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power
to create deposits, and with the flick of the pen, they will create
enough deposits, to buy it back again. However, take it away from them,
and all the great fortunes like mine will disappear, and they ought to
disappear, for this would be a happier and better world to live in. But
if you wish to remain the slaves of Bankers, and pay the cost of your
own slavery, let them continue to create deposits.” – Sir Josiah Stamp (President of the Bank of England in the 1920′s, the second richest man in Britain)


The results speak for themselves. The Federal Reserve has been in
existence for ninety eight years and over that time the U.S. Dollar has
lost 95.6% of its purchasing power. In other terms, the bankers who have
controlled our currency since 1913 have generated 2,172% of inflation
in just under a century. In the prior one hundred years, when the
country was growing by leaps and bounds, there was virtually no
inflation. I’m not sure the average person fully understands this
concept. To put it in layman’s terms, something that cost $4.40 in 1913
will cost you $100 today. A pair of boys’ school shoes cost 98 cents in
1913. You could purchase three loaves of bread for 10 cents. You could
purchase six rolls of toilet paper for 26 cents. The truly frightening
impact on the American middle class has happened since Richard Nixon
closed the gold window in 1971 and allowed the Federal Reserve to print
money unfettered by consequences and slimy politicians to make
irresponsible unfulfilled promises as bribes for votes. This chart
should worry even the most ignorant of the masses.

Items 1971 2010/11 % Increase
Average Cost of new house $28,000 $273,000 975%
Median HH Income $10,300 $47,000 456%
Average Monthly Rent $150 $750 500%
Cost of a gallon of Gas $0.40 $3.80 950%
Average New Car Price $3,430 $29,200 851%
United States postage Stamp $0.08 $0.44 550%
Movie Ticket $1.50 $7.89 526%


Even with the proliferation of two worker households since 1971,
household income has not come close to keeping up with the costs of
daily living. The average American’s standard of living has declined
dramatically over the last forty years and they don’t even know it.
Americans have become the slaves of bankers and pay the cost of their
own slavery through inflation and debt. It is not a coincidence that
consumer debt, which was virtually non-existent prior to the 1960s,
began to take off in the 1970s and went nearly parabolic from the early
1990s until the 2008 financial collapse. As the Federal Reserve and
political class created inflation, which reduced your standard of
living, the bankers who own the Federal Reserve and control the
politicians used their slick marketing machine to convince you that
acquiring goods using vast quantities of debt was just as good as buying
things with cash you saved.

Who benefits from inflation and the issuance of trillions in debt to
average Americans? Based upon the decades of gargantuan Wall Street
profits, mammoth bonuses paid to bank executives, and fact that
Washington politicians absconded with trillions from American taxpayers
to save their Wall Street masters, it appears that bankers and
politicians are the beneficiaries. A gutted, indebted, jobless,
demoralized middle class were the recipients of the downside of
inflation and debt. Without a Central Bank issuing a fiat currency, with
no constraints, none of this could have happened.

The Federal Reserve is primarily responsible for the destruction of
the American middle class. In 1915, according the Federal Reserve annual
report, they operated with 35 total employees. Today, they operate with
over 20,000 employees and the cost to operate the system exceeds $3.3
billion. The Federal Reserve has failed on every one of its stated

  • It was created to stabilize the banking system and keep bank panics
    from occurring. Within sixteen years of its creation it caused the near
    collapse of the banking system and the Great Depression. The stagflation
    of the 1970s was caused by Fed policies. The Savings & Loan crisis
    was created by their policies. The internet bubble, housing bubble and
    eventual financial collapse were caused by Federal Reserve blunders.
    There have been 18 recessions since the creation of the Federal Reserve.
  • The stable prices mandate has been a wretched failure, as the Fed
    has manufactured 2,171% of inflation and destroyed 96% of the currency’s
    purchasing power. This manufactured inflation has enabled the creation
    of our welfare/warfare state.  
  • The Federal Reserve mandate of moderate long-term interest rates has
    clearly not been met. The Fed Funds Rate has plotted a path of extremes
    over the decades, ranging from 0% to 19%, not exactly stable. The
    Federal Reserve has consistently set rates too low, leading to credit
    bubbles, which always pop and end in recession or depression.
  • The mandate of maximum employment has also been a miserable failure.
    The easy credit policy of the Federal Reserve during the 1920s led to
    the Great Depression with unemployment rates exceeding 20%. Unemployment
    has averaged between 5% and 15% consistently since the formation of the
    Federal Reserve. The true unemployment rate today exceeds 15%.
  • The Federal Reserve was supposed to supervise and control the
    activities of banks. Instead, under Alan Greenspan and Ben Bernanke,
    they stepped aside and let banks take preposterous risks while giving an
    unspoken assurance that the Fed would clean up any messes they caused
    with their debt based enrichment schemes. This total dereliction of duty
    and gross regulatory negligence led the greatest financial collapse in

The American working middle class (Good) have been deceived by the
Federal Reserve, the banks that control them (Bad) and the Washington DC
political class (Ugly) into believing that a fiat currency, un-backed
by gold, supported by systematic inflation is beneficial to their
wealth. This has been the Big Lie for the last century and has
positioned the country for an epic collapse. Presidential candidate Ron
Paul has been the lone voice of sanity in Washington DC for the last two
decades and his assessment of the Federal Reserve while questioning Ben
Bernanke in 2009 needs to be understood by every American:

“The Federal Reserve in collaboration with the giant banks has
created the greatest financial crisis the world has ever seen. The
foolish notion that unlimited amounts of money and credit created out of
thin air can provide sustainable economic growth has delivered this
crisis to us. Instead of economic growth and stable prices, (The Fed)
has given us a system of government and finance that now threatens the
world financial and political institutions. Pursuing the same policy of
excessive spending, debt expansion and monetary inflation can only
compound the problems that prevent the required corrections. Doubling
the money supply didn’t work, quadrupling it won’t work either. 
up the bad debt of privileged institutions and dumping worthless assets
on the American people is morally wrong and economically futile

I’ve now completed three parts of the five part series, documenting the downfall of the great American Empire. Part four, Outlaw Josey Wales, will
scrutinize the looting of America by a small group of powerful,
connected, super rich men lurking in the shadows, but pulling the
strings on our puppet politicians. Lastly, Unforgiven  will detail the impending collapse of our economic system and the retribution that will be handed out to the guilty.

The smell of revolution is in the air.

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SilverDoctors's picture

MASSIVE Xenon-133 Radiation Cloud About to Slam Western US/ Canada!

CPL's picture

It's been doing that for a month now, put idodized salt on your food fool.  Unless your ancestors were coal miners it's a 50/50 chance anyhow.


Seriously...the warnings are just now being understood?  fucksake.

Harlequin001's picture

alternatively you could always move...

old naughty's picture

Where to, if you don't mind me asking?

Planet Mars?

Harlequin001's picture

You could try the East coast, for a start...

Michael's picture

I just thought of something;

The complete and total economic collapse of the USA and the world is going to render economic and business degrees from Harvard, Princeton, and Yale completely and totally worthless. Not to mention all other business degrees from Wharton School of Business and all other colleges.

Now I can get a good night's sleep.


Michael's picture

Another thought just popped into my head;

With people like DSK, their brains only see Goyim, Goyim, Goyim and their initial reaction is to go sexual deviant on them and think they can get away with it.

1.  Goyim 
Non-Jews, in Hebrew and Yiddish. Literally, the "peoples." Sometimes pejorative. See shiksa and shaygetz
They'd rather watch football than study for finals. Well, whaddya expect? They're goyim.

2.  goyim 
1. A Hebrew word used in the Jewish Scriptures (a.k.a. the Old Testament). The word literally means "nations," and is always used within these scriptures to refer to the nations of the world. Significantly, within the Old Testament, Judah (the Jewish nation) itself is called a "goy."
2. In the Old Testament, the Jews were called to be a nation separate from the other nations, which were all Pagan. And so, colloquially, all non-Jewish nations came to be called "goyim" as in "the nations" from which the God of the Old Testament had called upon the Jews to separate themselves.

3. A word used by some Jews to refer to Gentiles (non-Jews). The word can have derogatory connotations, such as the word "black" when used to refer to a persons of African descent. It can be neutral or negative depending on the context and the intent of the speaker.

Singular = goy
1. "Gather together, gather together O shameful goy" - Zephaniah 2:1 (Referring to the Jewish nation)
2. Jews don't eat pork, goyim eat pork.

3.  goyim 
Means cattle. How the jews and the Zion master sees all non jews in particular whites. Said with contemption.
Those goyim will send troops to the middle east and fight a war for us or we'll call them anti semites.
4.  Goyim 
1. Used by racist Jewish supremesists against Christian whites. Used to strike anger within and start up wars (like when an angry white calls a black a "nigger"). When used, it means that you are lower than the scum at the bottom of a well.

2. To Jews, white straight Christians are to be used as slaves, goyim, when the ends times come.

Do what I say, not what I do, you goyim!

5.  goyim 
1. Those who pay happily pay retail for neccesary items such as gold, diamonds and fur coats. They also allow their daughters to marry schmucks who are not rich and uneducated. These people are neccesary members of our society who do not become doctors, lawyers, and accountants and never visit New York City.

2. A non-Jew.
You hear Christina's daughter's fiancee bought her engagement ring from Tiffany's? Oy... the Goyim... what was she thinking?

Pondmaster's picture


What is all this drivel for . Have not you read the Pauline Epistles - NO DIFFERENCE , THERE IS NO JEW NOR GREEK , BOND NOR FREE , FOR WE ARE ALL ONE IN CHRIST .

So get off the idea that somehow God views Jews in this dispensation as special and set apart. The Jew and their religious leadership scoffed at thier Messiah and murdered him . They as a nation were offered a three chances to "repent" in the Book of Acts ( Peter twice , Stephen once . ( hmmm , which of the prophets have you fathers not murdered  ?) Yeah Jews a great superior people . NOT!!!! Salvation has been sent to the Gentiles !!!!!!!!!!     And they will receive it .


New World Chaos's picture

I think Michael is saying that the Jews see themselves as special and set apart.  That's why they created an elaborate philosophy to justify killing and generally screwing over the goyim.  But their plotting may soon blow up in their face.  America has overdosed on Jewish fiat credit, so the Jews might have to fight the Arabs by themselves for once.  Grab some popcorn. 

sub Z's picture

The radioactive materials remain confined to the northern hemisphere as the equator acts as a dividing line between the northern and southern air masses.

disabledvet's picture

my ancestors were not coal miners and i do not fuck sake. 

CPL's picture

Yer problem then isn't it?  Don't mine for king and country and the commonweath will fail.  That what I understood Catholic, Christain and Irish...and that bitch is doing a tour now.  She has more of a chance being shot by gypsies at this point.  Nobody cares about the old squat, she got two generation of bung holes to fuck it up.


To be blunt, can't throw a bomb at someones mum.   After she kicks the bucket though, the rest of them are on tape.  Royality...seriously...why!!??

Harlequin001's picture

so that we don't have to have an Obama or a Bush... seriously...

molecool's picture

Iodine will do nothing to prevent uptake of radioactive Xenon.

mess nonster's picture

...or cesium. Or plutonium. Tipping point reached and passed, all with a enourmous YAWN.

"Nuclear power is cleaner than coal," I was told, by a Los Alamos nuke head. Yeah, right. That's like saying Russian roulette is a cleaner bad habit than smoking...

mess nonster's picture

...or cesium. Or plutonium. Tipping point reached and passed, all with a enourmous YAWN.

"Nuclear power is cleaner than coal," I was told, by a Los Alamos nuke head. Yeah, right. That's like saying Russian roulette is a cleaner bad habit than smoking...

mediahuset's picture

If you find that more classes need that functionality, then extract it.PFS Realty

FOC 1183's picture

Hope Alan and Ben are proud of that dollar purchasing power chart. At least it wasn't made by McBride

masterinchancery's picture

"The man who rides with an outlaw, dies with an outlaw."Captain Woodrow Call, Lonesome Dove.

Great piece.

disabledvet's picture

"the dog sprung me."  Silverado.

illyia's picture

More internet influence on the public mind...

Alan and Ben may answer Yet.

Thx J.Q.

jm's picture

whatever, bitchez

Misean's picture

A man's gotta know his limitations.

High Plains Drifter's picture

everybody has a right to be a sucker once...........

augie's picture

my mother made me a sucker once...

DavidPierre's picture

"everybody has a right to be a sucker once..........."

............ And yet SmokeyQuinn keeps proving himself the ultimate sucker over and over... rehashing all the Known Knowns of history as if his repeating the same things over and over will make the slightest difference.

“You see in this world there’s two kinds of people, my friend. Those with functioning brains, those who understand the Truth about 9-11... And You, SmokeyQuinn, a 9-11MORON, who digs in the manure piles of amerKlan's Hollywood pop culture looking for answers.  There are two kinds of people in the world, my friend. Those who have a rope tied tight around their feeble minds and those who have the never ending job of doing the cutting.”  DP

CPL's picture

Doesn't matter how tight the tin foil hat is.  Eventually an infinite amount of monkey's on typewriters will be right.  This time is no different, no change and will zero interest other than the typical regurgitation of idea that any idiot with a library card can find out.


He's looking for validation.  Instead of validation, most should be chasing actions.  Not running off into the sunset, guns blazing.  Fuck that.

Reason I enjoy the Anonymous projects.  They aren't there to do anything but get people to act in their own nature.  Freak them out.  Do it for the Lulz.  While baby anons fuck with assholes of their own age posting nonsense on youtube, the more adult of us do other things mainly because we understand a project isn't done all at once.


It's not the human condition.  Move the environment one inch at a time, fuck with banks web pages, knock down the largest super computer in history (PSNetwork) and have it attack it's closest management ally.  That is alot more fun.  Then there is the aspect of helping people that are really fucked, like talking an egyptian techie on setting up a cell phone tower to get around telco nonsense or finding someone that is missing from nothing but EXIF data in a photo from an asshole that decided they are going to eat them.  That's how it works.  An inch at a time.  The revolution isn't about how it all burns down or killing the "foe".


It's about making sure that when they turn around to look for something they had, it's gone...just, simply, gone.  Poof!  Gone.


Think about when you misplace something....let's say car key's, you'll tear the house apart looking for it.  Not because you are OCD, but because you are in NEED of those FUCKING keys.  Same thing with projects.  Most are all in time with crap we knew about months ago because even ape blue bloods need a scheduel, we just "offset" that scheduel.  Fucks up the timing on their projects, which causes a chain reaction on other projects they are running.  Then like quicksand, it collapses.  Bing, bang, boom...gone. 

We can watch near misses, narrow escapes, but that all requires a hairs breath of luck.  Help yourself by removing their lucky escape if you have talents in IT.  Instead of a scratch...make sure their hand comes off.  A black eye becomes a crushed skull.  Anon has LOTS more projects in mind btw.  My favorite one is coming up in August this summer from this past weekend's nonsense with a certain IMF bank manager.  Dumbfuck, left his laptop in the public domain of police lock up...clone...clone...clone.

cbxer55's picture

And every time The Mighty Quinn posts, its to be expected that Dipshit Pierre will chime in.

eatthebanksters's picture

"deserve's got nuthin' to do with it..."

wirtschaftswunder's picture

It was so good I read it again

Mec-sick-o's picture

The article was posted twice ;)

Clampit's picture

Are you sure the public voted on this? I was under the impression they were off enjoying the holidays. And besides I didn't vote for it, nor I imagine did anyone alive - so I don't see how this contract applies to me exactly.

Rynak's picture

hamy has no point. He's just trolling.... same for wirtschaftswunder aka zing / The Axe / mogul rider / long juan silver / William the Bastard.

HamyWanger's picture

Yes they did. There was a democratical vote, with elected representatives of the American people. Which puts the Honorable Doctor Ben S. Bernanke Ph.D. in perfectly legitimate control of the national US currency. 

Almost Solvent's picture

Slavery was legal for a time as well. 


Time for a generational change. 


Our ancestors who thought slavery was a good idea were as wrong as our ancestors who thought a federal reserve was a good idea. 



CPL's picture

I think you are talking about the same people right now and confusing yourself.  Here, have a beer it gets easier.


//come sit on the deck chair and we'll watch it burn together and tell each other bad jokes.  Here I'll start.


Jesus walks into a hotel, puts three nails on the table and asks the clerk "can you put me up for the night." 

This was all told to me by an old man in a dress that wants me to call him Father.

Alienated Serf's picture

righteous anger! i like it.

DavidPierre's picture

"...democratical..." ???

You sure like to just make shit up!

Now you're making up new words...MORON!

Clampit's picture

Why bother paying for democratical representatives now that modern data collection methods can easily query the public directly? Costly tradition it would seem.

graneros's picture

"There was a democratical vote"


Is that something like "the pompotous of love."

BoNeSxxx's picture

You, sir, are an idiot of the highest order.

pods's picture

"There was a democratical vote, with elected representatives of the American people. Which puts the Honorable Doctor Ben S. Bernanke Ph.D. in perfectly legitimate control of the national US currency. "


Of course, a simple vote of CONgress may override the constitution.  No need to amend it, for a simple vote may override:

To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures.

Pretty good tonight Hamy!  Maybe CONgress may delegate all of their responsibilities to some private corporation?


Pepe's picture

democratical? Ok, I guess we are not speaking about the same thing. How much did you spend in your graduate program?