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- (11) Scotland Election Watch - voting now underway 09/18/14
- (9) ANOTHER building collapse...9/12/14. Did you hear about this? 09/18/14
- (8) So, I was in line at the bank today and an Air Force Pilot stepped in line behind me... 09/18/14
- (5) Cliven Bundy Sued By School Teacher Who Killed One Of His Cows 09/18/14
- (5) Missouri officer who used Taser on teen driver says he smelled pot in car before confrontation 09/18/14
- (4) I have uncovered something mysterious about a tree comm tower in Charlotte 09/17/14
- (4) Scotland Decides: official results live 09/18/14
- (4) Mike Tyson Goes OFF On Canadian Interviewer 09/18/14
- (2) VIDEO: I think the "Establishment" is in trouble. (Carey Wedler) 09/16/14
- (2) Why we should support Scottish Independence 09/18/14
- (2) Code Pink Repeatedly Heckles ISIS Senate Hearing... while John McCain laughs 09/16/14
- (2) Kerry accuses Syria of using chlorine gas against militants (Wasn't that on last year's excuse rolodex) 09/18/14
- (1) McCain attempts to swipe back at Rand Paul over ISIS gaffe, FOX audience not having it 09/17/14
- (1) Israeli soldiers from elite wire-tapping unit refuse to use 'extortion', 'blackmail' on Palestinians 09/13/14
- (1) VIDEO: Sen. Rand Paul Appears on Fox's Hannity - 9/17/14 09/18/14
The Last Hour
He had his green flight suite on and when he got close to me, I leaned toward his ear and said...hey man...just so you know, none of us want you guys to go off to fight yet another war for the bankers.
He smiled and said "Thank You!"
I didn't expect him to say that so it caught me a little off guard and so I replied..."so you know that all these damn wars are for the international bankers?" He smiled at me again and said..."Oh yeah, we know...BELEIVE ME...We Know!"
I thought I'd create a thread so we can all keep up on how things turn out in Scotland.
Scottish independence: Voting under way in referendum
Scotland goes to the polls over independence
People in Scotland are voting on whether the country should stay in the UK or become an independent nation.
Voters will answer 'Yes' or 'No' to the referendum question: 'Should Scotland be an independent country?'
With 4,285,323 people - 97% of the electorate - registered to vote, it is expected to be the busiest day in Scottish electoral history.
I thought I would create a separate post on this subject to give some insight as to how HUGE this election is
The REAL Reason Britain is Freaking Out About Scottish Independence
In addition, as Max Keiser explained:
(1) The UK can now borrow cheaply using the giant Scottish oil reserves as collateral
(2) If Scotland leaves, the collateral (oil reserves) is no longer available
(3) So the cost of borrowing money for Britain skyrockets
I keep livestock. I take tremendous pride in giving them a very comfortable life. They have good shelter, plenty of organic food, clean water and immediate healthcare at the first sign of any illness or injury.
The government keeps taxpayers. They make a big deal of offering subsidized housing, food stamps, water treatment plants and now they even give us Obamacare.
I know why I want my animals to be content. I plan to eat them. I wonder what the government plans for taxpayers?
My view of the world has changed since I got serious about farming. I have come to suspect that the decimation of family farms in this country is because too many farmers will end up asking the same question I am asking.
(Don't worry, they are not cannibals. They just want to consume the fruits of your labors.)
Here is a new chart from Sharelynx showing the correlation of U.S. debt vs. the price of gold.
You'll notice an almost direct correlation between the US debt levels and the price of gold from 2000-2013.
From 2013 through the present, however, that correlation has diverted significantly.
2013 was the year when massive naked short selling of gold began taking place.
Take a look:
Uupdate: There is confusion in the comments about this post. This post is about finding the "USER" of this tower. The "OWNER" (not user), as you read the post, will become known to you as Berkley Group, LLC. Their website, does not tell you who the USER of the tower is. That's what we're trying to find out. We already have technical information on the tower as well. We are trying to figure out who the USER is.
In the past year, anybody who has ever driven on I-485 between the Providence Rd. and Rea Rd. exits in Charlotte, NC have noticed this:
Former Rep. Ron Paul’s push to audit the Federal Reserve got another boost Wednesday when the House passed the bill for the second time in three years, and by a bigger margin than before.
The bill, now sponsored by Rep. Paul Broun, Georgia Republican, was approved on a 333-92 vote, with all but one Republican and 106 Democrats in favor of it. That’s a major jump from last time, when a majority of Democrats voted against it.
I wanted to bring up something my son told us this evening regarding an apparent policy of the elementary school he just started attending. As a kindergartener he was innocently giving and receiving hugs from another little kinder-girl when his teacher advised them that hugging is not allowed at school. Now to some this may not be such a big deal, but to me it is.
How the Bush Administration Covered Up the Saudi Connection to 9/11
In his New Yorker article, posted on the magazine’s web site last week, Lawrence Wright tells how the Bush administration deleted 28 pages in the 2002 report of the Joint Congressional Inquiry on 911 probably because they describe in detail the Saudi connection to the Al Qaeda attack and Saudi financing of its operatives in the United States—people who knew two of the hijackers, and may well have been used as conduits for Saudi cash. Some of the money may have come from the royal family through a charity.
In removing the 28 pages Bush said the publication of the information would damage American intelligence operations. The Saudis deny all this.
In fact no one would be talking about it now were it not for families of victims of the attack and insurers, who are suing the Saudis.
Wright goes on to report: