Gold Buying Contributing To Criminality?

In the following video I discuss the explosion of the gold buying culture in the United States and I illustrate how gold buying is indirectly contributing to a sharp rise in jewelry theft.

Redefining Zionism for all God’s Creatures!

This one is just too interesting to not highlight and share. It comes from the LA Times which is privately owned by the Tribune Company, which is owned and operated by the Jewish Sam Zell, the current Chairman and CEO.

While I am unequivocally placing the LA Times under the kosher-party-line umbrella, I have noted some slight anomalies regarding how closely it tugs this party line. Some interesting points are outlined in this article…

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Protectionist dominoes are beginning to tumble across the world

Greece has been in turmoil for 11 days. The mood seems to have turned “pre-insurrectionary” in parts of Athens – to borrow from the Marxist handbook.

This is a foretaste of what the world may face as the “crisis of capitalism” – another Marxist phase making a comeback – starts to turn two hundred million lives upside down.

We are advancing to the political stage of this global train wreck. Regimes are being tested. Those relying on perma-boom to mask a lack of democratic or ancestral legitimacy may try to gain time by the usual methods: trade barriers, sabre-rattling, and barbed wire.

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DVD: The Mass Rape of Whte Women in America

Movie Review by Fredrick Toben

This 60 minute DVD is a timely addition in the ongoing dialogue of civilization. Filmmaker Bodeker credits US Senator and Presidential Candidate, Barack Obama, for giving him the impulse to explore the concept race when, on 18 March 2008, Obama gave a speech in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he said: “Race is an issue we can no longer afford to ignore….”

Bodeker interviews around 50 individuals in Denver, Colorado, to explore the current conventional wisdom swirling around this concept of race and its extension ‘racism’ and ‘racist’. He shows how there is a vague, subjective non-concise definition operating within individuals who use the ‘hammer’ of racism-racist against whites.

The following questions canvas the concept of racism/racist and the responses elicited reveal how the concept race became a social construct, belief.In his many asides Bodeker points out how unchallenged disconnects make up the conventional wisdom on racism, which essentially boils down to white bigotry. Blacks, Hispanics, Jews are all allowed advocacy without an ‘anti-‘ slipping in, while white advocacy is associated with supremacy.

For example, anti-white bigotry is writ large in commentary associated with the question of testing; whites outperforming others is explained away by implying whites cheat/cultural bias, but that Asians outperform whites is dismissed as irrelevant. Hence, advocacy for blacks, Latinos, Jews, is permitted but not for white people – why not?


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Cheap Shot on a Senior Citizen

Thieves target pricey boats on Florida’s west coast

A criminal ring thought to be working its way up Florida’s west coast is suspected in the recent thefts of five high-priced Pinellas County boats, the type often used to smuggle illegal immigrants into the country.

“These are not random acts,” said Charlie Meacham, a Jacksonville-based private investigator working for several insurance companies to try to recover the stolen boats. “These guys are professionals. They are in and out, and before you know it, the boat is in Mexico.”

Meacham, who is investigating several of the Pinellas County thefts, just returned from Cancun, where he says he found 44 boats reported stolen in Florida.

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Texas district will let teachers carry guns

A tiny Texas school district will allow teachers and staff members to carry concealed firearms to protect against school shootings, provided the gun-toting employees follow certain requirements.

The small community of Harrold in north Texas is a 30-minute drive from the Wilbarger County Sheriff’s Office, leaving students and teachers without protection, said David Thweatt, superintendent of the Harrold Independent School District. The lone campus of the 110-student district sits near a heavily traveled highway, which could make it a target, he argued.

“When the federal government started making schools gun-free zones, that’s when all of these shootings started. Why would you put it out there that a group of people can’t defend themselves? That’s like saying ‘sic ’em’ to a dog,” Thweatt said in a story published Friday on the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Web site.

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White Americans no longer a majority by 2042

White people will no longer make up a majority of Americans by 2042, according to new government projections. That’s eight years sooner than previous estimates, made in 2004.

The nation has been growing more diverse for decades, but the process has sped up through immigration and higher birth rates among minority residents, especially Hispanics.

“The white population is older and very much centered around the aging baby boomers who are well past their high fertility years,” said William Frey, a demographer at the Brookings Institution, a Washington think tank. “The future of America is epitomized by the young people today. They are basically the melting pot we are going to see in the future.”

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Mexican Troops Cross Border, Hold Border Agent

Mexican troops crossed the border into Arizona and held a U.S. Border Patrol agent at gunpoint on Sunday, according to a published report.

Agents assigned to the Border Patrol at Ajo, Ariz., said the Mexican soldiers crossed the border into an isolated area southwest of Tucson and pointed rifles at the agent, who has not been identified.

The Mexicans withdrew after other American agents arrived on the scene, The Washington Times reports.

It’s not known why the troops crossed the border, but American law enforcement authorities have said that current and former Mexican soldiers have been hired to protect drug and immigrant smugglers.

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The Mosin Nagant: A Reasonably Priced Rifle

by John Ubele

Most of us have noticed a significant increase in crime in our local areas. We must realize that this spike in crime isn’t a fluke, the crime rate is going to continue to go up almost in direct proportion to our souring economy.

As the crime rate continues to increase law enforcement will have a more difficult time in effectively combating it. What this means is that increasingly people are going to have to take responsibility in securing their safety and that of their families.

If the economy does get bad enough it is possible that we could see civil disorder or rioting similar to what we saw in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. And the prospect of this should be more than enough incentive for us to start stocking up on firearms and ammunition while we still can.

Unfortunately most of us don’t have the money to spend on acquiring a significant arsenal of weapons to protect ourselves, which is why I suggest for those who are tight on money to at least purchase a Mosin Nagant rifle.

It’s possible to find these rifles in good condition for just over $100 and I’ve seen ones go in excellent condition for $160. The rifle fires the 7.62x54R cartridge. This cartridge is comparable in size and range to the US made .30-06 round.


In this video a sharp shooter is able to hit targets over 600 yards out with his scoped Nagant.

The rifle can only hold a maximum of five rounds but what it lacks in bullet capacity it makes up for in range. A Nagant fitted with a scope can hit targets at 1,000 yards.

The rifle is very reliable compared to most American made rifles. However there is one slight drawback to the rifle which is that it has a straight bolt instead of an angle bolt. Some shooters prefer this arrangement over an angle bolt. However there is a kit available that allows you to install an angle bolt on the rifle. The kit costs about $60 with shipping and includes scope mounts for the rifle. You can pick up the Mosin Nagant scope kit from cheaperthandirt.com.

You can purchase reasonably priced ammunition for the weapon from jgsales.com. They have Russian made 7.62x54R FMJ ammo in 440 round tins for just under $110 with the shipping. When you do purchase ammo for your rifle make sure that you buy non-corrosive rounds.

Lastly, be sure to shop around and try to find wholesalers for the rifle, otherwise you’ll find yourself paying more than you want for it.




Dead Cat Bounce

My name is Edgar J. Steele.

I’ve been off having surgery, to answer all the questions. But I’m getting back into it now, thanks for the expressions of concern. That’s the great thing about working for free – you get to pick your own hours.

Ever seen a dead cat? Ever seen one bounce off the pavement? Use your imagination, then. That’s all that is going on right now, economically. If that.

Fact is, the government lies about everything now. Everything. I’ve become so jaded that I automatically disbelieve everything I hear from official sources. Everything.

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Is Florida the Sunset State?

Water Crisis, Mortgage Fraud, Political Dysfunction, Algae Polluted Beaches, Declining Crops, Failing Public Schools and Foreclosures.

Greetings from Florida, where the winters are great!

Otherwise, there’s trouble in paradise. We’re facing our worst real estate meltdown since the Depression. We’ve got a water crisis, insurance crisis, environmental crisis and budget crisis to go with our housing crisis. We’re first in the nation in mortgage fraud, second in foreclosures, last in high school graduation rates. Our consumer confidence just hit an all-time low, and our icons are in trouble–the citrus industry, battered by freezes and diseases; the Florida panther, displaced by highways and driveways; the space shuttle, approaching its final countdown. New research suggests that the Everglades is collapsing, that our barrier beaches could be under water within decades, that a major hurricane could cost us $150 billion.

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Zimbabwe introduces $100 billion banknotes

Zimbabwe’s troubled central bank introduced $100 billion banknotes Saturday in a desperate bid to ease the recurrent cash shortages plaguing the inflation-ravaged economy.

The bills officially come into circulation Monday, although they were on the foreign currency dealers market Saturday.

As high as they are, though, the bills still aren’t enough to buy a loaf of bread. They can buy only four oranges.

The new note is equal to just one U.S. dollar.

Once-prosperous Zimbabwe has seen an unprecedented economic meltdown since it gained independence in 1980, with the official inflation rate now at 2.2 million percent.

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Black, Hispanic gangs kill each other over turf

Latino gang members were hunting for black people in the Harbor Gateway community of Los Angeles.

Age was not a factor. Neither was gender.

Cheryl Green, 14, was on her scooter, talking to friends when a hail of bullets killed the 8th-grader and injured several other black youngsters.

That was December 2006. But the race-motivated carnage has only increased since then, say law-enforcement authorities from coast to coast – with Hispanic gangs targeting blacks and black gang reciprocating as their communities are increasing surrounded by the exploding population of Hispanics, much of it fueled by illegal immigration.

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Armed bandits rob cell phone store across from police station

Police are investigating the armed robbery of a cell phone store located right across the street of the North Miami Police Station.

Police said the robbery occurred at the Metro PCS store located on North Miami Boulevard and Northeast Seventh Avenue, at about 2 p.m. Friday.

Investigators said two armed men entered the store while a clerk and a customer were inside. Surveillance video showed both men jumping the counter, and one of them pointing a gun at the clerk while she cowered on the ground. The customer promptly fled the scene.

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Israelis Attack Palestinians With Baseball Bats!

Six Semitrucks Hit By Gunfire On I-95

The search is on for a shooter who has been taking aim at trucks traveling on Interstate 95 in St. Johns County.

Channel 4 learned Friday evening that the number of tractor-trailer rigs shot at on I-95 is more than twice what police said they originally believed, putting the total of big rig shootings at six.

The Florida Highway Patrol first reported it was investigating after three tractor-trailer rigs — one a gasoline tanker truck — were hit by gunfire overnight Thursday.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, at least one bullet hit a gasoline tanker truck. About 50 gallons of gas were spilled before firefighters could plug the leak.

The tanker truck was driven to a gas station at the state Road 207 exit to wait while its 3,000-gallon load could be transferred to another tanker.

The driver of the tanker told investigators he was southbound near the county Road 214 overpass when saw the gas spraying out of the side of the tanker in his rear-view mirror. He said he saw headlights in the woods shortly before he noticed the leak happened.

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Cedar Rapids flood recedes; Des Moines levee fails

The dark, filthy water that flooded Iowa’s second-largest city finally started to recede Saturday after forcing 24,000 people to flee, but those who remained were urged to cut back on showering and flushing to save the last of their unspoiled drinking water.

A sandbagging siege saved the last of the city’s four collection wells from contamination by the record flood. But officials warned that if people didn’t cut back the water will run out within three to four days.

“Water is still our primary concern,” said Pat Ball, the city’s utilities director. “We’re still using water at a greater rate than we’re producing.”

An estimated 9.2 square miles, or 1,300 blocks, were flooded in Cedar Rapids, fire department spokesman Dave Koch said. Early estimates put property damage at $736 million, Koch said.

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Drugs, prostitution threaten wildlife refuges

America’s wildlife refuges are so short of money that one-third have no staff, boardwalks and buildings are in disrepair, and drug dealers are using them to grow marijuana and make methamphetamine, a group pushing for more funding says.

“Without adequate funding, we are jeopardizing some of the world’s most spectacular wildlife and wild lands,” said Evan Hirsche, president of the National Wildlife Refuge Association and chairman of the Cooperative Alliance for Refuge Enhancement.

The cooperative said in a report released Thursday to Congress that the nation’s 548 refuges and the 100-million-acre National Wildlife Refuge System — about the size of California — is underfunded by 43 percent. The refuge system needs at least $765 million a year but is receiving $434 million, the report says.

A decrease in law enforcement has left the refuges vulnerable to criminal activity, including prostitution, torched cars and illegal immigrant camps along the Potomac River in suburban Washington, methamphetamine labs in Nevada and pot growing operations in Washington state, Hirsche said.

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Chicago working to prevent repeat of deadly weekend

Police planned to increase patrols and put SWAT officers and specialized units on the streets over the weekend, a show of force aimed at deterring violence like the three dozen shootings that left nine people dead last weekend.

“Weather permitting, we will have our helicopter up,” said police spokeswoman Monique Bond, who said Thursday night was relatively quiet, with only four shootings, none fatal.

Meanwhile, religious leaders said they had persuaded some churches to open their doors in the afternoons and evenings to protect people from gunfire.

“We just picked up about four more churches in Austin (a neighborhood on the city’s West Side) that’s going to open their doors as a safe haven,” said Ira Acree, an activist and pastor of the Greater St. John Bible Church.

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