Monday, November 29, 2010


This WikiLeaks story of leaked cables is really picking up traction.

I'm not sure what the worry is, after all as Homeland security films our bedroom activities with cameras that see through walls, and record all of our phone conversations, and internet activity, they tells us, if we're doing nothing wrong, then we have nothing to hide.

Many folks tell me our government does nothing wrong, so obviously, it has nothing to hide. There is no need for secrecy if you're not lying and double dealing.

But I think the real story is the one the media doesn't cover.

Which of our government agencies is providing WikiLeaks with this information and why?

And what does this mean for our fractured government as it begins to fight itself, and various factions vie for supremacy?

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Alex and Baby Huey

Monday, November 22, 2010

Are You a Terrorist?

Refer to this handy list to find out.

Specially Designated Nationals List (SDN)

DANGER! Airline Travel Is Extremely Dangerous!

Our government has been carefully weighing the evidence and has clearly determined that airline travel in the USA is incredibly dangerous and vulnerable to terrorist attack.

Dick Cheney and many others in our government have warned us, again and again that they know for a fact that more terrorist attacks are coming. They know all about the attacks and they know these attacks cannot be prevented.

The new TSA scanners and the procedures where TSA personnel now massage our genitalia, looking for weapons of mass destruction is further proof that our government knows the danger is imminent. The incredible expense the government is going to, to buy these expensive machines and to train their staff to fiddle about with the genitalia and men, women and children proves that the threat is of unparalleled magnitude. Further, the USA is the only country where the danger of terrorism is so great. The government strip searches so many thousands of Americans every day, because it understands that many, many Americans are terrorists.

Israel doesn't have such invasive security measures in place, and yet it has suffered more terrorist attacks than the USA. The fact that Americans need such an invasive security demonstrates that our government knows a massive attack, led by terrorist Americans, is coming.

Yet our government hasn't thought of the simplest solution. Why not take the weapons away from the terrorists? Why continue to make aircraft available to them? Our government knows that our aircraft are a very real and pressing danger to the security of our nation. They are flying bombs, weapons of mass destruction. Further, no matter how vigilant we are, eventually the terrorists will find a way to use these bombs again.

It's time to abolish commercial air flights in the USA. So long as average Americans are allowed to fly, there will be more exploding airplanes, and aircraft flying into buildings. The massaging of genitalia and photographing of naked Americans (at least from the perspective of using radiation viewing, in TSA scanners), has potentially stopped many thousands of attacks every week. But for how long?

It's time to end all commercial air travel within the United States of America. If we don't then, Dick Cheney's prediction of a massive terrorist attack will definitely happen.

Write your Congressman today. Ask him to end all commercial air travel in the USA. Help make the skies safe again. The USA is the most dangerous country in the world to live in. Let's make it the safest.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

GM Paid Their Debt In Full, Only Owes $26 Billion Now

The $26 billion assumes that the shares sell for what the Gov expects, of course. Anyone want to buy stock in a corporation which legally belongs to the bond holders and not the Gov that stole it?

GM Commercial in which GM announces they repaid their debts in full, five years ahead of schedule.

Nick Gillespie explains their math.

Remember when investors got screwed in the bailout? How bondholders were by law, supposed to be first to get repaid, and they ended up holding the bag? How the bankers got most of the money and the common stock holders got hosed?

Good news then! You can buy back in! So go to the Fed, take out a big zero interest loan and use it to buy GM stock! When it opens to the markets, you may be able to turn it around for instant profit as the sheeple buy in!

Investors display voracious appetite for GM shares

Oh, and the taxpayer still owns 40% of GM...

Friday, November 12, 2010

Peak Oil Debunked

The Criticality Draws Near

It's been an amazing journey this last year. I have to give it the White House and the Federal Reserve. They've done an amazing job of keeping their wealth through the power of the printing presses, while the rest of the economy continues to swirl around in the bowl. Heck'of a job Larry Summers! (And friends)

The following graph is provided, courtesy of William Tamblyn.

William pointed out an error in my post.

I had originally posted that the the revision was downwards, in fact they are repeatedly revising it upwards.

I'm curious if this trend will hold. Usually the EIA numbers are optimistic. They make downward revisions, but take their time getting them out. Why the rush to make upward revisions?

I'm still suspicious. Our system is so screwed that I don't know what information can be trusted. And the EIA has never been a trustworthy source for recent data.

I continued the rest with that misreading of his analysis.

If we couple this with the explosive growth in the economics and fraud in the financial industry, we can see that we have a perfect storm brewing.

If you haven't read it, I highly recommend you read, 'Matt Taibbi: Courts Helping Banks Screw Over Homeowners'. It details the extent of the crime and fraud that has become the court system in Florida's new Rocket Dockets. In these new dockets, the judge's job is to get homeowners thrown at out at the fastest pace possible. And as Matt details, very often there is no cause to throw them out. The banks have just been sloppy in keeping track of payments and documentation.

The reason for foreclosing on homeowners that have kept up with their payments, is that the banks are drowning deep under fathoms of red ink. They've been committing fraud and have amassed a nuclear powder keg of liabilities that they will never be able to cover. All the government can do to keep the massive fraud from putting the rotting undead corpses of the banks in their graves, is to help them commit more frauds, in a great Ponzi scheme of ever increasing frauds.

Make no mistake with the $billions in free Fed money still flowing like great rivers into the major banks, they still have a great deal of power over their pawns in the seats of power in our governments. There is likely to more ways that they can think of to steal more money. But as the world economy continues to contract at the street level, the money flows and the great black holes of unquenchable debt from fraud, are in a collision course.

When the world oil supply begins to drop again at the pace it did in 2001, all hell will break loose. A trigger event will occur and the world of finance will see a dramatic state change.

I still believe that the early part of next year will see another massive bailout of the banks. If that is coupled with a downturn in world oil production (likely I think), then 2011 is going to be a very exciting year.


Followup, William Tamblyn just sent me this snippet from the EIA site...

Notice: The Energy Information Administration is discontinuing the publication of the International Petroleum Monthly in its current format. The December, 2010 issue will be the last one to be available as a separate publication. Beginning with the January, 2011 issue, you may access the data in this report, as well as energy data for all fuels for over 200 countries, on our International Energy Statistics website . If you have any questions, please contact the National Energy Information Center at 202-586-8800 or

The EIA stopped publishing timely data in 2001, and did not publish any indication of the downturn that followed until the severe dip in oil production was over.

I believe it's safe to conclude that the EIA is doing this again, because oil production is taking a dive. And further, they know it will last a while.