The JP Morgue Whistleblowers Are Back

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Dolar in a vortex's picture

Nicely done.

I invoke Billy Joel, "We didn't start the fire ...."

66Sexy's picture

i liked the female bear voice better

Malcolm Tucker's picture

Speaking of whistle blowers, now we have the aptly named Patriot App!

http://fedupmontrealer.blogspot.com/2010/12/patriot-app.html

 

Herd Redirection Committee's picture

Well, cell phones already had the ability to listen in on ANY conversation, while turned off!  And your movements can be tracked...  Kinda reminds one of 1984, although in that case it was a TV in your room that spied on you, a phone that you always carry with you, much better!

You have good reason to be fed up!

Check out our latest PsychoNews story: "Psy-Ops, Disinformation & Bold Faced Liars"

http://psychonews.site90.net

"What has been happening is the central banks have decided if they couldn't have real price stability, they would atleast provide citizens with the illusion of it.  How could price stability be perceived, without being real?  The answer: suppression of precious metals prices.  Why?  Because precious metals, gold and silver primarily, are competing currencies to banker-issued fiat currency.   Keep the price low, or even drive it down, and people will theoretically retain faith in fancy (but intrinsically worthless) watermarked pieces of paper, or better yet, numbers on a computer screen.

In order to maintain power it is crucial for the Oligarchy (of which central bankers are only a small part) to discredit precious metals.  Price suppression is part of the project, but it can only last so long, and as we have seen, it is not possible to completely suppress demand for gold and silver.  So the natural complement to price suppression is a psychological operation, AKA psy-ops. "

Azannoth's picture

I dont even keep my SIM card in the phone unless I make or expect a call, and in Germany you have to show your passport before buying a SIM card

DosZap's picture

Herd,Remove the battery.

In the off position,your conversations can be monitored.Battery out, unless you have been Chipped, should be safe.

SIM cards of course have no power supply(unless Chipped).

sunny's picture

I just heard that Bush3 was renominating the Fed for a Nobel prize in economics.  How about we start a movement to nominate the folks at Extranormal for that prize.  Clearly they have a better understanding of how economies work.

How does one go about making such a nomination?

sunny

Herd Redirection Committee's picture

I believe Xtranormal is just the software/website, individual users have to create the content/have an understanding of how economies work.

Confused's picture

Wow, scary times ahead? 

sgt_doom's picture

Excellent vid!  Now how about the "coincidental" confluence of recent events:  the chocolate futures market cornered several months back, and now the situation in Ivory Coast, which no doubt will drive up the futures market in chocolate!  (Perhaps, there are NO coincidences!)

And speaking of strange coincidences, how's come this Thomas Bodstrom, partner in that law firm of Borgstrom and Bodstrom, involved in a political-bankster vendetta to get Julian Assange of Wikileaks, appears in this photo at a speed dating event in Sweden with a woman who is definitely not Mrs. Bodstrom?  And why is Thomas Bodstrom, whose firm is involved in its highest-profile case ever, now in America?

http://www.misslopez.se/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/thomas-boström-0321-1024x768.jpg

 

philgramm's picture

5000 ounces came in last week....................FU JPM!!!!!!!!

Oh regional Indian's picture

Heh.... funny. I suppose cartoon realities are best explained by cartoons eh?

ORI

http://aadivaahan.wordpress.com/2010/12/24/where-do-we-fit/

Rusty Shorts's picture

"Latest in the series of leaked cables from the whistle-blowing website, Wikileaks, is an open admission by President Mills that some oil companies had attempted to offer him a juicy package to influence him."

http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/artikel.php?ID=200080

cosmictrainwreck's picture

"Asst. Sect'y of States [sic] Johnnie Carson..." that's a hoot! the guy's a comedian, right?

chopper read's picture

CAN WE NOW EXPECT A C.I.A. SPONSORED COUP IN GHANA, OR A C.I.A. SPONSORED CIVIL WAR, OR WILL THE 'TALIBAN' EMERGE IN GHANA?

"President (John Atta) Mills told the aforementioned individuals how he was committed to putting the country’s oil proceeds to good use but had cause to complain that a number of corrupt oil company representatives had attempted to bribe him."

Mr Lennon Hendrix's picture

Give Obama credit for being a war monger.  Barry had Africom ready on day one. 

Careless Whisper's picture

(r) = (d)  now we startin' to get it

the ghost of Jackie O visits JP Morgue HQ (@3:40):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67Ps6DOrl5Q

lindsay lohan fans follow in her footsteps against evil bankers:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoHOAPSgzJM 

Herd Redirection Committee's picture

WTF, that is the 2nd video I have seen by that guy.  All I can say is, ummmm..... Questionable logic, but well-intentioned!  Probably not the greatest spokesperson from a credibility standpoint, but hey, whatever makes the teenyboppers learn something vital!

e_goldstein's picture

best 'peace thru war' president evah!

Unlawful Justice's picture

TRUST............ your shit without it.  

 

Hephasteus's picture

Governments can't be verified. So they can't be trusted. There is no due dilligence. Everyone who jumps on board is just another fool in the fool conga line.

dizzyfingers's picture

This is the only site worth checking every 10 minutes or so.

You are sooo good.

Syntaxkat's picture

yup, set as my default page.

strannick's picture

Effen Eh to that. Not said nearly enough.

cosmictrainwreck's picture

love that avatar, lead salad. HA. keeps me "grounded", yesh

truont's picture

I think the JSomm is the likeliest of the "captured" regulators at the CFTC...

Captain Benny's picture

I'm so glad that I made the conscious choice months ago to free up capital to invest in PMs.  Its been taking some time, but I'm ready to "buy the fucken PM dips" ... Plan to quadruple my large investment size in physical / PSLV the coming three months.

Mr Lennon Hendrix's picture

Silver's spotlight, however dim, has good aim, and look how light does follow a star.  The MSM is all abuzz about the shiny metal, wondering thoughts aloud once only reserved for tin foilists to murmmor.  But the world over is now abuzz at buying silver in hope to crash the hated House of John Pierpont Morgan:  The precious metal of course is also a fantastic store of wealth, maybe better than in its entire history (what is above ground supply?).  The price suppression is epic, and a case for 'the most blatant manipulation of monie since Rome sacked their Tresurie' can not only be made, but stand.  The former first loan of recourse, alongside gold, has been used topically by the oilgarchs on the faux massage of the American Adventure that has led to the pillaging of the world over.  Its value lost in the dreamlike somatic state of this disneyworld, dollars trade with minimal desire towards the former iconoclast.  Now that monetary policy is affecting all commodities, plentiful and finite, there will be a move that realizes the fate of silver and the fate of the world.

The complacency of humans can be insurmountable, and silver is at a watershed moment.  Whether or not there is any silver on the COMEX is besides the leverage known on the exchange.  At least 7 to 1 but maybe upwards of 100 to 1, silver and the other metals are leveraged against....well, each other to form the basis of the financial system.  Once the loans of first recourse are made, the fascist bank ledger begins to accumulate fractional realized earnings.  You see when it comes to leverage and manipulation there are many layers under the surface.

There are points of inflection for all goods with silver not an exception.  If silver in dollar terms is pushed to high, by an increase in demand, a decrease in supply, or by poor monetary policy, the whole landscape of trade would be wrecked.  Silver is used in industry for medical equipment and photography and there would be no 21st century without it (at least not the 21st Century imagined by most).  It is my belief that silver will be the second to last finite commodity to appreciate, with substantial price appreciation happening in the face of rising oil costs (this trend began in earnest once silver broke $20.92).  Silver has absorbed much of inflation's excess, but it can only take so much more before technology takes a hit.  With the move in people actually taking wealth into their own hands, in the form of silver, this price rise may happen hard, fast, and now. 

Bay of Pigs's picture

Mr Hendrix, that is simply awesome.

breezer1's picture

i read somewhere that a missle uses 300 or more ounces .

Mr Lennon Hendrix's picture

Talk about wealth destruction.

The_Euro_Sucks's picture

Nice Christmas thought, Crash JP, get worldpeace buy silver ;)

IQ 145's picture

 "---the second to last finite commodity to appreciate,--" ah, well, that's alright; but personally I'm waiting fgor those infinite commodities.

Mr Lennon Hendrix's picture

Gold only comes from super novas.  Silver only 'grows' with a sister metal.  Oil takes thousands upon thousands of years to form.  Corn, cotton, soy all grow as much as they are watered and planted.