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williambanzai7's picture

COMMEMORATING A PLATINUM IDEA

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news printer's picture

Papua new Guinea - war in Pacific

http://www.ww2photomuseum.com/sitebuilder/images/nativeYank-741x537.jpg

 

German soldiers in 1943; entertaining themselves; probably no women available to dance

http://s52.radikal.ru/i136/0902/40/949b8f1b66fa.jpg

 

the grateful unemployed's picture

the trillion dollar coin, is an economic suppository, which boosts the reserves of the federal depository

let no man put asunder, the size of this platinum size blunder

when Ron Paul audits their gold

cobra1650's picture

Paul Krugman is such a disease-ridden mental piece of shit.  He knows full-well the propaganda spewing from his mouth is part of the destructive bank/FED agenda.  Move to some other host country and leach off their blood.

Husk-Erzulie's picture

Thanks again Banzai!

O.T. - Good post yesterday by Ann Barnhardt, More Economic Theory: Expanding the Money Supply.

A. Buttle's picture

Here's your morning Princeton Bullshit Artist:

BILL MOYERS: And you argue that this could actually be solved in two years?

PAUL KRUGMAN: That's right. And that's not a number plucked out of thin air. That's a guess at how long it would take to get a serious spending program going. And we could actually make a lot of difference in it even quicker than that because the fact of the matter is, far from having effective job creation program, we've actually been pulling back. We've seen state and local governments lay off hundreds of thousands of school teachers. We've seen public investment in basic stuff like road repair cut way back. If we just went back to normal rates of filling potholes and normal rates of employment of school teachers, that could be done in months.

BILL MOYERS: You wonder why, given the suffering, Congress and the White House haven't acted.

PAUL KRUGMAN: Well, there are I think two, two levels of opposition. And one of them is just raw politics. We have a powerful political movement in this country that has a longstanding goal of rolling back all of the social programs, all the safety net that we've created. They want smaller government. They want reduced public services. Even the idea of public schools is very much under attack. They want it all to be switched to a system of vouchers. And they see this, you and I see a disaster, they see an opportunity. Here we have cash strapped state and local government. Good. Forced to cut back in government. They don't want to do anything that will make it easier for them to, for government as we know it to continue. That movement controls one political party. And that political party controls one house of Congress. And that is enough to stand in the way of a lot of things we ought to be doing. Then there's the second level, which is this odd coalescence of, I picked up the phrase from other people. Actually, from the blogger Duncan Black. "Very Serious People," capital V, capital S, capital P. (Moyers & Company, January 11, 2013)

williambanzai7's picture

He needs to get a "real" job and learn how the "real" world works.

He is too busy dancing with nobel angels on the head of a PhD pin.

nmewn's picture

Thanks Banzai, I needed that this morning. A picture of sanity in a nation who's leaders, academics & economists have gone completely insane.

His tramp stamp is a nice touch, I imagine any denomination of coin slid up this charlatans ass would make this arms start flailing around and mouth move ;-)

williambanzai7's picture

I see several dimensions of farce intersecting at the apex of the trillion dollar coin side show. Slightly to its credit, the White House seems to have realized that this was pushing the audiences suspension of disbelief to the limit.

Nevertheless the whole episode has put an apostrophe on the crux of the fiat biscuit, as brother Zappa would have said.

williambanzai7's picture

150 years of the National Museum of Poland

Wspanialy!

nmewn's picture

lol...indeed it did my brother, indeed it did.

In the process of promoting it they exposed the theory of what they're doing now themselves under the current fiat regime.

Platinum (the value of it) had nothing to do with it...as I remarked early on in this ridiculous charade...they could have spray painted "One Trillion Dollars" on the side of a Yugo and parked it in front of the Fed...it would have the same "value". 

Something very much less than ;-)

Stud Duck's picture

What decade was the "tug of war" thing published?

Just curious, it appears that the issue with big banks and the buying of both parties has been around for say 100 years, 1913 thru 2013??

I wonder if their is going to be a 100 year party for the formation of the FRB??

q99x2's picture

He's a disgrace to the flag.

Wakanda's picture

A new take on "dirty money"?

Thanks WB7 - sort of...   ; - )

Diet Coke and Floozies's picture

I noticed that the new Candian $20 has 3 topless chicks on the back...

nah's picture

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monad's picture

That's excellent metal & 3d relief.

lewy14's picture

That's awesome.

But I was thinking more like Saint Gaudens' Liberty dressed as a rave chick and shufflin' hardstyle.

Argos's picture

You have a thing for ass crack.  Just saying.  Get over it. 

williambanzai7's picture

And you have a thing for dogs. Get over it.

Skateboarder's picture

Well butter his ass and call him a Keynesian.

blindman's picture

Muffin Songs: He's Got The Whole World in His Hands | nursery rhymes & children
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEkXzi19Crk&NR=1&feature=fvwp
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or some variation on the theme.

john39's picture

Need a shot of a hot woman to scrub that from my memory.

L0nG-DoNg-SiLv3R's picture

Brilliant... and somewhat erotic?

margaris's picture

Sorry to be so mean, but judging by your face, I believe your standards are very low?

But I like your confidence: http://youtu.be/pDxn0Xfqkgw?t=57s

L0nG-DoNg-SiLv3R's picture

I was talking about the coin. Oh wait, that only makes it worse, doesn't it?

margaris's picture

What, shoving a trillion dollars worth up your ass?

Some find this stimulating... golden hamsters come to mind...

diogeneslaertius's picture

this was preloaded on my new iKrug

Paul Krugman's picture

You guys are so juvenile. Stop sticking things in my butt--it hurts after awhile. 

Frastric's picture

Nah it came out of your ass, which is as worthy as the trillion dollar platinum coin idea...