Saturday, November 29, 2008

987 pips this month

Yeah baby, yeah.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

You ARE Wrong!

Fuckin' get it or what?!?!?!?

It won't happen, it won't work. Your scientifically crafted control grid will crumble around you. YOU will fail. YOU KNOW WHO!

NO ONE of any significance buy's the shit you are selling anymore. There will be no payoff for you. Like short sellers selling other short sellers lower, in the end there will really be NO PAYOFF for your efforts.

You have reached the point where you are gaming yourselves you pathetic peices of crap. You have built your houses on sand and are about to reap the whilrwind.

We pay for our sins in this life assholes. Now dance bitches, dance. Impotent Potentates, yeah, this world is full of them. Do your worse, the best of us are ready, and we will watch the sky fall on your heads.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

The how, my version... just a theory.

They do it by creating 'perceived' wealth effortlessly out of thin air, and then annexing real wealth through the tax code, but more inportantly through inflation (the hidden tax). Try to think of it as financial feudalism.

They don't care about collecting paper which is worthless anyway, and they have the sole power to create as much of it as they could possibly want. What they can't do is make paper produce 'real' wealth. They need people willing to accept paper with numbers and faces and signatures on it to do that.

"Here's some paper so you can get started building that house/factory/store. What's that, you've run out of paper to give us back, that's okay, we'll just take the house/factory/store. Would anybody like some more paper?"

Yes of course, and after a period of fantastic expansion, they slam the brakes on the magic paper/credit machine and wait for the serfs to run out of paper. Once the factories, appartment complexes, shopping centers, corporations, media outlets are recentralized in their hands, you start hearing the siren song of "paper, paper, paper for everyone!".

Most banks are solvent, but they won't lend, why? Because they WANT more deed/share holders to run out of paper. Once the real economy is re-consolidated by the paper economy, it will be time to put everyone back to work, gotta get that paper yo! And so the paper/credit machine will start rolling again at a fever pitch, so by the time you cash your paycheck and get to the grocercy store, YOUR money is already worth less, buys less. So you have to just work harder! By the time you retire, you can't even live off the pension. You scratch your head wondering how you worked hard all your life and are struggling to get by.

Productive effort creates wealth, but over time, your share of the fruits of your labour becomes smaller and smaller as the inflation erodes the quality of your life and taxation shackles your ability to compete.

Well, that's my version of "the business cycle" anyway.

If only Mises was studied as much as Keynes.

Sorry in advance if this post is annoying or seems stupid or simplistic to anyone, but that is what I see.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Very Good Reading!

"We expropriated and wasted not only such real wealth (production) as there has been in the present times, but we wasted the accumulated wealth of all the preceding generations, and finally (and most disgusting of all) we then went into vast debt and consumed the wealth of future generations."

Sunday, October 12, 2008

"Don't talk like one of them, you're not! Even if You'd like to be, to them you're just a freak, like ME. They need you right now, when they don't, they'll cast you out, LIKE A LEPER. See, their morals, their code, it's a bad joke, dropped at the first sign of trouble. They're only as good as the world ALLOWS them to be, I'll show you, when the chips are down, these, these civilized people, they'll eat each other. See, I'm not a monster, I'm just ahead of the curve!" - The Joker

Friday, October 10, 2008

Where to begin, where to begin..... Let's see....

Clearly they have lost their minds.

Yep, been there before.


Friday, September 12, 2008

A little late for the aniversary but.......


Sunday, June 22, 2008

I took a vacation for the first time in 4years, and it was

Now.... back 2 bidnezzz ....

Sunday, May 18, 2008

A nice poem for a change

To laugh is to risk appearing the fool
To weep is to risk appearing sentimental
To reach for another is to risk involvement
To expose your ideas, your dreams, before a crowd is to risk loss.
To love is to risk not being loved in return
To live is to risk dying
To believe is to risk failure
But risk must be taken, because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing
The people who risk nothing do nothing, have nothing, and are nothing
They may avoid suffering and sorrow, but they cannot learn, feel, change, grow, love, live
Chained by their attitudes, they are slaves; they have forfeited their freedom
Only a person who risk is free.

- I don't know the author

Saturday, May 17, 2008

“The urge to save humanity is almost always a false-face for the urge to rule it.”

—H. L. Mencken

Saturday, May 03, 2008


"Yes, they are getting ready for another war. Why shouldn't they? It pays high dividends.

But what does it profit the men who are killed? What does it profit their mothers and sisters, their wives and their sweethearts? What does it profit their children?

What does it profit anyone except the very few to whom war means huge profits?

Yes, and what does it profit the nation?

Take our own case. Until 1898 we didn't own a bit of territory outside the mainland of North America. At that time our national debt was a little more than $1,000,000,000. Then we became "internationally minded." We forgot, or shunted aside, the advice of the Father of our country. We forgot George Washington's warning about "entangling alliances." We went to war. We acquired outside territory. At the end of the World War period, as a direct result of our fiddling in international affairs, our national debt had jumped to over $25,000,000,000. Our total favorable trade balance during the twenty-five-year period was about $24,000,000,000. Therefore, on a purely bookkeeping basis, we ran a little behind year for year, and that foreign trade might well have been ours without the wars.

It would have been far cheaper (not to say safer) for the average American who pays the bills to stay out of foreign entanglements. For a very few this racket, like bootlegging and other underworld rackets, brings fancy profits, but the cost of operations is always transferred to the people – who do not profit."

-excerpt from 'War is a Racket' by

USMC Major General Smedley D. Butler (1881-1940)
published 1935

Total Current U.S. Public Debt Outstanding

Saturday, March 29, 2008

A Tiny Gargantuan Part of The Puzzle

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Bye Bye Dollar.

It was nice knowing you, well actually not really. I keep hearing from the die hards that the american economy can turn around. I keep hearing that it is in the interest of foreign countries to support a strong dollar. Why? Don't they consume as well as produce? Why do they need to keep taking American I.O.U.'s in exchange for REAL products of REAL value? To support the U.S. stock market at this point would be international welfare.

Is there even an American economy to turn around? I have the impression that there is no real economy left in the U.S. . I have the impression that what most overeducated analysts keep refering to as the American economy, is in reality, the american line of credit with foreigners. Well shit numbnuts, you gotta pay back what you borrow at some point!

I now shit myself from laughter every time I hear the term service based economy.

I roll around on the floor gasping for air from the fits of laughter when I hear that a low dollar will be good for exports. What exports! All the factories are in Mexico and China!!!

I keep hearing the word recession batted around. Fuck recession, it's 8 years late to start speaking of recession. Welcome to Depression 2.0.

Hey, central banks of the world, please go fuck yourselves.

Monday, January 21, 2008

Sneaky Bugger

It has been said that the greatest trick the devil ever played was to convince mankind that he didn't exist, perhaps this is so. I am more of the opinion that the greatest trick he ever played on mankind is to convice him that he can change the world by working within the system. You do not change Satan's system, Satan's system changes you.