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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 03:22 PM
Hello Emma...-smile-
here's what you dont understand....We as a People....have lived and died trying to believe our government was elected by and represented US. year after there are no more , weve believed in lies sworn to us as truth by suited men we hardly heard of let alone know. So we quit believing ,voting....We are of intelligent design and could see this time they put two before US to choose from one guaranteed to make the other shine outstanding. and we smiled for the crack of sunlight, and the dawn of the unexpected was elected.
yes he is all that....and a wildcard for sure...not easily controlled by same measure most. He too knows he is unexpected I'm sure. He is at the age now where legacy is recognized or not....and he could maverick......I pray he does.

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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 05:03 PM << Modifed October 24 at 5:10PM >>

Joining the dots...

The question must by asked why it is that not only the rest of the world, but also now an ever-increasing percentage of those who voted to get the new messiah elected cannot see the plain, simple truth.

Why do people think this God-appointed champion of truth, justice and the American Way is nothing but a childish, petulant, ignorant, racist, misogynistic buffoon?

The answer is obvious, for anyone with the tiniest grasp of the nefarious manipulations and misrepresentations of the illuminati...

It's the fluoride, you fools! The fluoride in the water has turned you all into spineless jellyfish with ectoplasm for brains. You're all sheeples in the service of Lucifer!

Wake up to yourselves, and repent!

Meanwhile - back on planet Earth...

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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 06:50 PM


Recon, if your talking to me, I don't for one moment expect you to agree with anything I say..You're a trump man, plain and simple!


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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 07:15 PM
well Vickie...see...it looks kinda like you do.
when you've just labeled me with what you consider a scarlet letter....even though I've just got through explaining way too many times my true north.

Craig ole' buddy....I believe you need to eat some meat, youre acting a lil' off balance....people are talking. -headnod-

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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 07:48 PM
The historical parallels are uncanny. The Jonestown cyanide-laced kool-aid, the Alex Jones fluoride-laced water, The Nixon Saturday Night Massacre, The Illuminati's promise to impeach Trump in 2018 if he doesn't pass HUGE tax reductions, the fall of Hollywood to sexual assault and Trump's Access Hollywood tape, The Magnitsky Act and Russia's great bear laundering money. North Korea's Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon leaps as the Chinese Yuan poises to become the new world currency.

From start to finish all of Nostradamus's terrifying prophecies of alien invasion and end times are coming true. Lawless thieves rule the world, and in the US the truth is what president Steve Bannon says it is.


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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 08:07 PM
this more to your liking Vickie....this make sense to you...?

you know music moves us all in different ways....some dance like Cosby before he was hated scum, some dare graceful as ballerina's where feet only know air....here we see some rhythm bangs to a different kinda drum.

any word on Big Foot....?

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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 08:17 PM



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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 09:42 PM << Modifed October 24 at 10:37PM >>
Let me preface this by saying, I feel, or at least I hope so, that the majority of Trump supporters are genuinely interested in the fortune, security, fairness and equality for all of the U.S. citizens/ as well as all immigrants...(after all most of us who were born right here in this country are no less than 7 degrees removed from immigrant heritage) as well as the worlds. Present participants included. I hear their cry of patriotism and loyalty. However, I choose not to acknowledge the termites who have come out of the woodwork who do not have the slightest notion nor heart for true humanity. Let us hope these are truly of the minority.. white supremacist, neo-Nazis, hate mongers, absolute and undeniable racist.. etc>>>>

With that being said, I want to make a statement about patriotism. IMHO, it is a paradigm which is least understood. Patriotism is NOT an automatic obligation to support the person who has the privilege and honor of holding the highest office in our land. It is not about allowing one to desecrate his oath and offend his countryman as well as the worlds just because he holds the title.

Patriotism is about truly caring, respecting, honoring, and protecting the heart of your homeland which is its citizens whether by birth-rite or immigration, its refugees, its tired, its poor, its rich, its sick and frail, its children, the downtrodden, the rich, the fortunate, its diversity of races, of cultures, of religious affiliation. Its about the responsibility of each and every individual to do their part in insuring that his country uphold self evident truths, liberty and justice for all, equality for each person who sleeps beneath her starry sky. Its about each individual's responsibility to insure that man's inhumanity to man does not go unchecked. Its about holding the very one's who hold her highest office accountable and responsible for upholding and protecting her mission to be the best she can be, to respect the cost of those which have sacrificed for this mission, and to continually assess and work not just collaboratively but wholeheartedly for the good and health and wealth of each and every resident who resides in her womb. Its about we as a people not just expecting our leaders to lead with integrity, honor, compassion and wisdom, but demanding it and nothing less. Its about making sure those who are elected to represent our country, do so with the utmost decorum and respect toward all sectors, all nations. It about making sure our elected officials' values align with the true and good values of humanity, the values we teach our children at the dinner table, the values which America is still trying to cultivate through her blood, sweat and tears. Its about an individual's responsibility toward community(local, state, country and world) and how each and everyone of our efforts together make a difference. It is truly about "WE THE PEOPLE"

Always Michael, I do not know who you are very disappointed in. I was not pointing a finger nor a curser directly toward you, but toward many Fanstorian's who have voiced their support through poetry or missives believing Trump was put here by God to make this country great again. IMHO, God, your God, my God? is not partial to any tribe, nation, nor tongue. I do not want to appear as attacking you, there is absolutely no need for such. It is evident you are very patriotic as in your sense of patriotism, but not mine. It doesn't mean you are wrong in your paradigms, it just means I do not agree with your idea of patriotism. In all candor, it is sometimes very difficult to understand exactly what you mean by your comments. It doesn't mean, whatsoever, that what you say is not so, but you speak much in similes, metaphors, idioms,allegory, typification, apologues, it often goes over my head. Indecipherable as to your true meaning. Your exact words.. "my God... they are looking for Jesus again...in a man"
Upon first read it sounds as if you are saying Trump supporters are looking for salvation, like a Jesus representative or man to save the United States. Truthfully I have sat on this one and you may correct me if I am wrong but you may have meant "What is wrong with you people, why are you criticizing Trump, by God he is not Jesus!!!!!... meaning not perfect" Then your next comment I have assessed, but maybe wrongly, is your retort to my later comment about the comparison between Christ and Trump, implying Trump not in any way, demonstrate the values and heart of such a fine legacy..
You defended yourself by saying.. "what I said was, it would be just like God to use a man like Trump to awe men." In all due respect, that might be what you meant, but it is not what you initially said. And in all due respect, again, AWE seems to be improper, maybe the word should be "disbelief" and you may correct me again but I believe you meant.. to shake us up, to wake us up... to take our responsibility seriously or we are headed for disaster. Well, perhaps the election of Trump has done just that.. jostled our senses and startled our sensibilities.. like we had a V8., maybe it?s about our individual and collective complacency and dissatisfaction about results during the period of some of our greatest leaders. because we have been spiraling out of control for years and God has allowed our brakes to be tampered with to wake us up. For we the people have not taken OUR-responsibility seriously and with due deligence. Perhaps we have ALL fallen asleep. In all candor and much humbleness, this is all I can surmise. And to make it perfectly clear, I am just trying to put in my own words what I think you truly mean.. it does not mean I agree or disagree and it does not mean I have interpreted you right.

I know you. You are neither a racist nor one who does not believe in true compassionate humanness. I have watched you give to the homeless (when you could have used that 50 dollar bill to fill your truck, )open your doors to the needy, given jobs to those less fortunate trying to feed their families, when you did not need the assistance. You are tough in spirit but this tougher than Goliath doesn?t jive with me. It?s not you.

Well I will sign off. It is sad we all resort to irritated replies, antagonistic in tone sometimes, disgruntled most times, agitated and aggravated every other time.

"SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND AND THEN BE UNDERSTOOD"



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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 10:38 PM << Modifed November 22 at 3:03AM >>
hm...interesting.
Moses led us out of Egypt learning how by the seat of his afghan . he had a temper I hear....

ah David though he slew the Giant against God, also did so to an innocent honorable man, coveting his prized possession.

John Fitzgerald Kennedy...though he aimed to release US from the bondage of the federal reserve...freeing US indeed. womanized as a wedded man.

I meant exactly what I said...say....just the way I do.


Trump is as human as you...careful is he who judges too harshly. this man has been attacked day and night since before taking office....I wonder how many of us could handle the pressure, how many of us wouldn't crack...and show us human....we see now more than weve ever been allowed to before...quit complaining and grow up. there are no John Wayne's or Mr. Cleans 24-7 and you know it.....and if a leader is headed out of Egypt even somewhat flawed in character...I'm following.





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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 24, 2017 10:49 PM << Modifed October 24 at 10:52PM >>

"Growing up" would involve recognising that one doesn't assign reality to the trash can, and live in a make believe world, where truly despicable people are excused and defended, or worse - venerated.

Growing up is not burying your head in the sand and hoping in a lie because you have a slavish attachment to an ideology, and cannot bear to criticise anyone who "represents" that ideology, no matter what they might do wrong.

Your president is unfit for the office - it really is that simple. Not "he's made a few mistakes", he constantly, daily, demonstrates his ineptitude and lack of any traits required for the job.

   
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