I believe that we as Americans are about to see a major, major collapse in our national monetary system, and our normal way of life.
Our government has been borrowing so much money (very often using short-term loans), that very soon, we will no longer be able to afford even the interest on these loans.
Today, the federal government has to borrow 46 cents of every dollar they spend...spending that stands at a staggering average of $435.8 million per hour.
But even these incredible figures don't tell the real story. Or even half of it...
Learn more here: http://www.endofamerica.com/read-more/
The North Korean mobile missile (an ICBM produced in cooperation with China) is capable of reaching Continental United States Moreover, if war in the Korean Peninsula remains on a conventional level (specifically, no WMDs are used), the DPRK will prevail simple because they have more manpower, military hardware, thousands of infiltrators already operating in the south and perhaps most important, ordinary South Koreans do not want to see a slaughter between people who share the same ethnic roots (it is estimated that 1/3 of the entire population in South Korea will turn against US forces if they get directly involved).
Bill O'Reilly Goes Off On ObamaCare 'Chaos'- It's Killing The Economy
4/5/13 - Bill O'Reilly was fired up tonight by the effect of the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare, which we've basically accepted it as by now) on the national economy. O'Reilly laid out exactly what the consequences are of the health care law, and highlighted a new fact about it: in order to help people understand the law, the Department of Health and Human Services is pushing a new proposal for states to hire "navigators" to help explain it to people. O'Reilly confronted his guest, DEMOS' David Callahan, over how the government is finding yet another way to waste taxpayer dollars. O'Reilly suggested that the "main culprit" for the dismal jobs numbers out today "could be" ObamaCare, citing how businesses are now required to pay more in employee health care costs, and are therefore "not hiring as many people." He said there has been "chaos" as a result of two-thirds of all states being unable to meet ObamaCare requirements. But what really set O'Reilly off was the Department of Health and Human Services possibly ordering the states to hire "hundreds of thousands" of these so-called health care "navigators." O'Reilly found this unbelievable, saying "there's no objective way to measure advice" and questioning exactly how much taxpayer money these people will get for giving people advice. O'Reilly told Callahan that he is not an "ObamaCare hater," but found it hard to see anything positive amidst all these negative consequences. Callahan immediately rebutted the claim that ObamaCare has hurt job growth, and when O'Reilly brought up statistics from the Chamber of Commerce, Callahan said they never really liked the law anyway. On the health care "navigators," Callahan argued that it is based on existing programs helping seniors deal with Medicare. O'Reilly argued that unlike in the very clear business of TV ratings, there is no objective way to measure the success of advice-givers. He admitted that if he were to hire a navigator for one of his small businesses, he would pay them out-of-pocket and not let taxpayers foot the bill.
What Really Happened Radio Show: Michael Rivero Friday, April 5 2013 (Commercial Free Video)
Michael Rivero is the webmaster of http://whatreallyhappened.com/ and host of the What Really Happened radio shows on the Republic Broadcasting Network. Formerly with NASA, Michael transitioned his image processing skills (along with a brief stint as an actor) into the then-new motion picture computer animation field and has worked on films such as "Star Trek", "The Day After Tomorrow", and has supervised visual effects on "Brainscan," "LOST", and "Hawaii Five-0." Michael has taken a sabbatical from film work to focus all his efforts on peace activism. Michaels foray into blogging began before the word was even invented, and happened almost by accident when he spotted a suspicious photograph being broadcast on ABC news in 1994 related to the death of White House deputy Council Vincent Foster. Since that sudden beginning, Michaels website has expanded to cover diverse topics including the JFK assassination, the accidental shoot-down of TWA 800, election fraud, health issues, Saddams non-existent nuclear weapons, 9-11, the economy, and of course, the lies used to trick the United States into wars of conquest on Afghanistan, Iraq, and now Iran. Michael resides in Hawaii with his wife Claire, who is a composer and creates much of theme music used on the What Really Happened radio show.
Charles Goyette has long been known in Phoenix as "America’s Most Independent Talk Show Host!" With years of hands-on experience as an investment professional, he brings a welcome dimension of foresight and clarity to his political and economic commentary. Goyette has been called on often to share his views with television audiences nationally on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and PBS, including on The O’Reilly Factor, the popular PBS program NOW with Bill Moyers, and as a frequent guest on Lou Dobbs Tonight on CNN, repeatedly warning before the current economic turmoil of the "economic calamity the Republicans and Democrats" were creating. Longtime financial professional Charles Goyette discussed the continued devaluation of the U.S. dollar, and how he sees this crisis unfolding for the average American. Over the years, the dollar has lost 96% of its purchasing power, he said, and the current rise in the price of gold reflects the fall of US currency. America has a staggering amount of debt--$1.3 million for every family; these debts will be accrued in some manner-- typically by fleecing the middle class, he warned.
The U.S. is moving away from being a "free economy" which depends on agreement and produces prosperity, Goyette noted. Instead, we're seeing a movement toward a "command economy, " he said, which produces shortages, and is run by "coercion," with resources, production, and consumption directed by a central command such as boards, commissions, and administrators. What has been taking place in industries such as insurance, automotive, banking, and health care are all examples of the "command economy," he detailed.
While credit card companies are slashing people's credit and forcing them to save, banks aren't offering any incentive for savers with their low return rates, he reported. As the dollar continues to be worth less, Goyette advised people to put some of their investments in gold and silver, and also consider other opportunities such as agricultural and natural resources.
Why isn’t all of the States Reps demanding for a Audit of the Federal Reserve Bank? Why isn’t there a review or Audit on the Wall Street? where is the Ethics and Appropriations Committee? Where is the Checks & Balances to all this Hijacked insanity? and all on the Federal level? and gaining speed in the State Levels and now trickling down to the private sectors, you know as they say Shit roll’s down hill….Just a thought….We need more Politicians with a set of ball’s….and stop all of this stupidity………..
You've probably noticed people talking and tweeting endlessly about "Bitcoin" lately.
It's even gotten the attention of economic heavyweight Paul Krugman, who has said it's like a reimplementation of the gold standard.
Bitcoin (sign: BTC) is a decentralized digital currency based on an open-source, peer-to-peer internet protocol. It was introduced by a pseudonymous developer named Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009.
Bitcoins can be exchanged through a computer or smartphone locally or internationally without an intermediate financial institution. In trade, one bitcoin is subdivided into 100 million smaller units called satoshis, defined by eight decimal points.
Bitcoin is not managed like typical currencies: it has no central bank or central organization. Instead, it relies on an internet-based peer-to-peer network. The money supply is automated and given to servers or "bitcoin miners" that confirm bitcoin transactions as they add them to a decentralized and archived transaction log approximately every 10 minutes.
The log is authenticated by end-users through hashed ECDSA digital signatures (similar to a username and password) and confirmed by intense calculations of varying difficulty, performed by dedicated servers called bitcoin miners. Each 10-minute portion or "block" of the transaction log has an assigned money supply that is awarded to the miners once a "block" is confirmed. The amount per block depends on how long the network has been running and how much in transaction fees has been paid. Currently, 25 new bitcoins are generated with every 10-minute block. This will be halved to 12.5 BTC during the year 2017 and halved continuously every 4 years after until a hard limit of 21 million bitcoins is reached during the year 2140.
Bitcoin is the most widely used alternative currency and accepted by various merchants and services internationally. As of March 2013, the monetary base of bitcoin is valued at over $1 billion USD. The large fluctuation in the dollar value of a bitcoin has evoked criticism of bitcoin's economic suitability as a currency.
Bitcoins can be sent and received through various websites and apps. They interface with bitcoins stored locally or with a service. They use a system of ECDSA digital signatures to make and verify transactions.
List of bitcoin wallets
Armory http://bitcoinarmory.com Bitcoin-Qt Coinbase Electrum Flexcoin Multibit
My Wallet https://blockchain.info/wallet Proprietary Web application w/ encrypted hosting
Users obtain new bitcoin addresses as necessary; these are stored in a wallet file with links to cryptographic passwords or "private keys" that enable access to and transfer of bitcoins. A file or "wallet" containing bitcoin addresses is usually encrypted with an additional password. bitcoin "federal reserve" "digital currency" digital currency produce money printing print nothing internet "internet currency" payment "payment system" code bank show owner guide beginner learn truth future trade trading virtual buy sell gold anonymous amount price value "accept bitcoin" accept buying purchase shopping fed hack deals crime cash paper theft account 2013 2014 america u.s. "united states" american agenda economy dollar usd collapse crisis banking interest risk gold silver bullion "gold bullion" trust sheeple alex jones infowars gerald celente trends trend trending national geographic inside vault money vault david icke system matrix lindsey williams elite control mafia jp morgan spot price farrakhan 829speedy
The network's software confirms transactions when it records them in the transaction log or "blockchain" stored across the peer-to-peer network every 10-minutes. Confirmation of future transaction records makes the ones before it increasingly permanent. After six confirmed records or "blocks" (usually one hour), a transaction is usually considered confirmed beyond reasonable doubt.
Initiators of a bitcoin transaction may voluntarily pay a transaction fee for the confirmation of these records. Any fees are collected by the operators of bitcoin servers -- often called nodes or "bitcoin miners". However, transaction fees may not cover the cost of electrical power required to operate a bitcoin miner. As a result the network server operators often rely on "mined" bitcoins as their only significant revenue.[19
Various vendors offer banknotes and coins denominated in bitcoins; a bitcoin private key is sold as part of a coin or banknote. Usually, a seal has to be broken to access the key, while the receiving address remains visible on the outside so that the balance can be verified.
David Stockman, former Reagan budget director, explains why he believes the machinery of government is massively failing, in an interview with WSJ's Jerry Seib.
On the Friday, April 5 transmission of the Alex Jones Show, Alex breaks through the wall of lies overthrowing reality as Americans face the fight of their lives, confronting a purge of gun owners and a persecution of returning veterans being disarmed and having their children stolen. He also breaks down the accelerating global economic meltdown, and the escalating North Korean nuclear threat's chillingly close April 10 deadline. On today's show, Alex speaks with former presidential nominee of the Constitution Party, co-author of Romans 13: The True Meaning of Submission and the founder and former pastor of Crossroad Baptist Church in Florida, Chuck Baldwin. Also, Alex welcomes Dr. Greg Dixon, a Baptist pastor who staged a peaceful protest against the IRS's para-military order.
Judge Napolitano : Connecticut Gun Control Law 'A Wishlist For Those Who Hate 2nd Amendment'
"I think it is a serious interference with the individual right to keep and bear arms, and Connecticut is a unique situation. You have people legitimately grieving over the tragedy right before Christmas in Newtown. You also have a very, very liberal, very progressive government that wants to feel like it is doing something to alleviate that grieving. Unfortunately, what it is doing would not have stopped Adam Lanza even if these laws had been in place at the time, and will only affect law-abiding people and their ability to hunt, shoot and protect themselves when the police can't and won't. It will not stop a single criminal -- or a single crazy person -- from doing the type of thing that has plagued our society."
Cyprus - A wake-up call: Rethinking Money
In this documentary we have tried to capture the thoughts and feelings of ordinary Cypriots after their bank accounts got frozen in March of 2013. We've also asked them to think about alternative ways to see and use money. We'd like to thank them for their participation.
We believe everyone should have the right to choose their own currency.
April 4th - N. Korea Threatens Nuclear Strike Against U.S.
It comes as South Korean intelligence claims Pyonyang has moved a mid-range Musudan missile to the country's east coast, which would put all of South Korea, Japan and the US territory of Guam in range. US Secretary of State Chuck Hagel is taking the sabre rattling seriously: "As they have ratcheted up their dangerous rhetoric and some of the actions they have taken over the last few weeks present a real and clear danger." In another move North Korea has told South Korean firms operating in the Kaesong industrial zone to withdraw by April 10. The association has asked the North to extend the deadline until April 13, but has yet to receive a reply Read more from the source: http://www.euronews.com/2013/04/04/no...
The Clipper chip was an attempt by the gov't to have access to everybody's encrypted information by forcing them to use an encryption chip which had a private key accessible by the gov't at all times. It is analogous to the gov't attempting to seize somebody's Bitcoins, it was a failure with the Clipper chip and it would be a failure with Bitcoin. Unless the government is torturing you, there is no way for the to steal your private key which you use to sign Bitcoin transactions.
North Korea has rattled its saber in the past, but not this loudly. Any talk that this is another bluff to get the world to back off on the sanctions for its nuclear program is underestimating the seriousness of the situation. The Middle East is on fire, and the center of the blaze is Syria. There were more reports that the conflict is spreading to neighboring countries. Don't think this banking crisis is over—it's not. The situation in Cyprus is far from over, and people like James Turk are warning a big bond default from a country like Argentina could send the financial system into shock. Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog.com analyzes these stories and more in the Weekly News Wrap-Up.