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"Deep skeptic" John le Bon is in the house to talk about Bitcoin and some of the more curious aspects of it, including its relationship to this thing called Tether, crowd psychology and some more conspiratorial angles involving Saturn and the Illuminati card game.

Bitcoin chat begins around the 30min mark. Intro includes santa, dinosaurs, nukes, 911 boogeyman. Enjoy!

General News/Discussion / GEMATRIA | Why DowJones closed down 666 points Feb. 2, 2018
« Last post by Nym Net on February 02, 2018, 06:33:23 PM »

More fun with numbers, especially 33! Hope everyone has a great New Year! Some interesting calls on Truth Frequency Radio | Gematria Effect show this week re the economy collapsing 2020 if anyone is interested. Zach said he would look into it ...

Published by Zachary K. Hubbard on 2 Feb 2018
Merry Christmas to all X22 sign-ins & drop-ins!

The true reason Trump signed the tax law into being December 22, 2017 +The Corporate U.S.A.

Published by Zachary K Hubbard on 22 Dec 2017
Features: bitcoin
War / Re: US weapons supplied to ISIS
« Last post by SicSemperTyrannis on December 14, 2017, 06:46:10 PM »

"...CAR found that one anti-tank missile sold to the U.S. Army made its way to ISIS in just 59 days.

“This is extremely short,” said Damien Spleeters, the group's researcher for Iraq and Syria, told NBC News during a recent field visit to Tal Afar, Iraq. “It means that there are not many intermediaries in this chain of custody.”..."
Also be aware that BitCoin user data is being handed over to the IRS now under the guise that it is to prevent terrorism. What's really going on is that the government wants to tax you and have BitCoin come into the fold of the central bank system.

"...Their [Convoy Investments] asset bubble chart released a month ago, went viral after showing that among all of the world's most famous asset bubbles, bitcoin was only lagging the 17th-century tulip bulb mania. The analysts have updated the chart to show the price of the digital currency has more than doubled in just a month. So, as of now, bitcoin has won the global bubble race, finally having surpassed the “Tulips.”..."

 For those who have not studied history there was a tulip bulb bubble in which people invested large chunks of money to buy tulip bulbs but then the entire bubble popped in Feb 1637 and everybody lost all of their money. That was the biggest bubble in history until bitcoin.  I would posit that when the bit coin bubble bursts it could cause an economic collapse because of the derivatives (side-bets) collapse that would likely ensue.
War / US weapons supplied to ISIS
« Last post by SicSemperTyrannis on December 14, 2017, 06:18:58 PM »

"...So how exactly did American weapons end up with ISIS? Spleeters can’t yet say for sure. According to a July 19, 2017, report in The Washington Post, the US government secretly trained and armed Syrian rebels from 2013 until mid-2017, at which point the Trump administration discontinued the program—in part over fears that US weapons were ending up in the wrong hands. The US government did not reply to multiple requests for comment on how these weapons wound up in the hands of Syrian rebels or in an ISIS munitions factory. The government also declined to comment on whether the US violated the terms of its end-user certificate and, by extension, failed to comply with the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty, of which it is one of 130 signatories..."

How is Obama's arming declared enemies of the state not treason?
General News/Discussion / Breitbart article: Retail Sale Blow Away Expectations
« Last post by NetRanger on December 14, 2017, 03:40:34 PM »

I listen to the report most every day. This article is in opposition of what you report. I've know Breitbart to be pretty hard right and ignore reality, however, what they're saying makes a little sense. Are they just shilling for the right or are things really improving? Tell me why this is so counter to your reports, please.

USA Today Published 6:53 a.m. ET Nov. 30, 2017 | Updated 3:56 p.m. ET Nov. 30, 2017

Sears Holdings reported a third-quarter loss Thursday as the ailing department-store chain seeks stability and faces a critical test during the holiday shopping season.

After more than 400 recently announced store closures aimed at removing its weak spots, Sears said it lost $558 million for the quarter ended Oct. 28.

Despite the red ink, investors were heartened at first, sending shares up at much as 28% before they turned lower by late afternoon..

With gift buying in full swing, Sears confronts the challenge of  trying to draw shoppers to stores as they increasingly flock online or to the retailer's nimbler physical competitors.

Like other retailers, the company is aiming to bolster its shop-online-pick-up-in-store options to generate more business. Sears is also betting on a ramped-up loyalty program, called Shop Your Way, to lure customers.

« Last post by Nym Net on November 23, 2017, 03:05:00 PM »

David Scutt
Oct 5, 2017, 11:30 AM

Australian retail sales tumbled in August, continuing a worrying downturn seen in recent months.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), nominal spending fell by 0.6% in seasonally adjusted terms, missing forecasts for an increase of 0.3%.

The decline was larger than even the most pessimistic forecast offered by an individual economist, and was the steepest monthly decline since March 2013.

Excluding food, providing a better guide to spending on discretionary items, sales fell by a smaller 0.5%, leaving the increase on a year earlier at 2%.

Sales for July, originally reported as flat by the ABS, were also revised down to show a decline of 0.2%.

As a result of the ugly August report and downward revision to July’s figure, the year-on-year pace of sales slowed to 2.13%, the slowest increase since July 2013.

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Amazon Australia has just launched. Let the scapegoating begin. Children's T-shirts at major clothing / homewares discount retailer Best & Less are as low as $2.75 - unheard of in my time, when I was parenting children.

Best & Less:
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