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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

WARNING: THE FOLLOWING PRESENTATION IS CONTROVERSIAL AND MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO SOME AUDIENCES.

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LINK TO STORY HERE
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14 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

They certainly know how to hook the suckers.

These guys are liars and hustlers scamming on the paranoia of investors. Bush's SEC nailed them in a fraud lawsuit. And that was when Bush's SEC was letting the banks do whatever they wanted, so you know these guys at Stansberry were really rotten.

Here's the story:
http://briandeer.com/vaxgen/stansberry-fraud.htm

and another:
http://www.timothysykes.com/2010/08/porter-stansberry-of-stansberry-researchs-1.5-million-sec-fine-for-securities-fraud/

another:
http://www.timothysykes.com/2010/10/catching-sec-busted-stansberry-research-in-4-blatant-lies-why-porter-stansberry-is-the-real-life-hyman-roth/

yet another:
http://justicedept.com/security/2010/02/16/59-computer-scam/

So, the only thing controversial about this presentation is that a firm that has been fined for fraud and sued by its customers is still able to attract investors.

There's an African Prince who has a million dollar banking opportunity for some of you. Send me your name, social security number and bank account for details.


Eric

11:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good catch Eric...

I was watching and I thought this guy doesn't even get the basics of the banking system...clearly didn't even know what FNME and FHLMC are or why the Fed would guarentee the debt.

He then did this long schtick on how you could only buy oil with dollars and that was why oil was more expensive in other countries and I thought this has to be a joke, no one would suggest that in the real world and so before I went to look this guy up I went to read the comments and you had it already.

So, this guy figures if he can just sell the GOP big lie hard enough to those who get duped by them he can get them to turn over their money to him.

Good idea....

JMONTOMEPPOF

Chuck Repke

12:02 PM  
Anonymous Link said...

When a government over spends

12:49 PM  
Anonymous LINK said...

A depression triggered in America is being played out in Europe with increasing violence, and other forms of social unrest are spreading. In Iceland, a government has fallen. Workers have marched in Zaragoza, as Spanish unemployment heads towards 20 percent. There have been riots and bloodshed in Greece, protests in Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary and Bulgaria. The police have suppressed public discontent in Russia and will be challenged again at large gatherings this weekend.

12:55 PM  
Anonymous Link said...

Coming to America soon
Stansberry is echoing conservatives like Glen Beck

12:59 PM  
Anonymous Link said...

World economy collapse is underway
it may take more than 15 days but it is happening

1:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1. The proper unit of measure is purchasing power of real money. The dollar is fiat(hence fake) money. Gold is real money.
In terms of the purchasing power of an ounce of gold, over the past 12 months, some commodity prices(oil, natural gas) have fallen; others have been roughly stable; and food and fiber prices are notably up.
It is money illusion to think that all commodities are escalating in terms of an objective, undefiled, long term store of value.

2. The global food supply system is indeed stressed because of both adverse weather and bad government policies that thwart production, limit innovation and interfere with price signals. Both bad weather and bad government are abiding realities. They lead to destitution, desperation, hunger and thirst. In turn these often leads to mass violence and less frequently to regime change. Over recorded history this has not changed.
In 2011, there quite likely be be substantial economic anxiety for the middle class in the West over rapid food inflation ( in local currencies) and multiple episodes of violence and xenophobia in Africa, Asia and Latin America over the unafforadbility of essential food items for both humans and livestock.

1:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK - neither Eric or I are disputing that there isn't a global financial crisis that has at a center point the unwillingness of the Republican party and its supporters to pay taxes for the war debt they have run up and the tax cuts they have given to the wealthy.

But, we have gotten out of these crisis before. It took almost eight years of Democratic fiscal management to turn around the disastrous deficits that the Regan/Bush Gop borrow and spend philosophy had brought in the 80's and early 90's to get us to turning over to GW a financial surplus and the hottest economy since the boom years of the 1960's.

But, as we have seen only eight years of borrow and spend and hand over billions to your wealthy friends governing of the Bush years has brought the stock market collapse of 2008 and the housing market collapse.

So, we shall see, if/when we shall actually start to control our largest expenses which is the military and then if we will actually start to raise taxes on the extreme wealthy. But, it can be done if we have the will to do it. It is unfortunate that the right buried their head in the sand again and demanded that the millionaires get another 3% tax cut when tax increases are needed.

But, beyond all of that all Eric and I were saying is that this guy plays off of those fears to encourage you to invest with him and he has already been convicted of using these kind of scare techniques fraudulently to get people to invest with him in get rich schemes.

JMONTOMEPPOF

Chuck Repke

1:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chuck
OBOMA was in two years and look at all the money he gave to Acorn, and the bail outs he did and now we are in the hole worst then ever.

12:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

12:22- stick to the topic.

Actually, there was no money given to ACORN and there is no ACORN anymore anyway.

The bailouts were done under Bush. They were the last things done under Bush- at least the bank bailouts were. Obama did the auto bailouts.

Two years later the auto bailouts/loans have resulted in a rebounded AMERICAN auto industry and taxpayers money coming back in with interest.

We found out later that Bush's bank bailout was a shame and more poyouts for the big banks. Obama re-wrote some of that legislation and then had Congress pas financial reform. Today, most of that money is paid back and banks are being made to live up to end of the bargain by finally making loans to small businesses and individuals- which is why there loaned the money in the first place.

There have been more jobs created under Obama in two years than Bush in eight years. Bush left office with the country losing almost 800,000 jobs a month. Obama has turned that around to over 100,000 being added a month.

The economy is out of the recession and on the upswing. Most businesses say that they are going to be hiring in the next year. An article came out today stating that most Minnesota businesses plan to hire new employees in the next year.

The hole that was worst than ever was when then-President Bush came on tv in September of 2008 and told us that we were heading toward the worst financial crisis in our nations history if we don't free up some money NOW.


You can send Obama a thank you letter to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington DC 20500. Tell him I said Hello.


Eric

1:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Topic? Eric 1:02 PM
The topic here is money and inflation and how the dollar will only buy you 20 sheets of toilet paper, or maybe one egg or a 4 oz glass of water and if OBOMA didn't pay off his wheeler and dealers icluding them that helped get the illegal votes, neither would Al Franken ever got elected and that election was a farce all over the world.
The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) was a collection of community-based organizations in the United States that advocated for low- and moderate-income families by working on neighborhood safety,
"voter registration", health care, affordable housing, and other social issues. ACORN had over
"400,000" members and more than 1,200 neighborhood chapters[3] in over 100 cities across the U.S
Hmm...

9:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

9:43 - you do get it that all of the money that ACORN got from the Federal Government over the course of forty years of fighting for the poor wouldn't add up to as much money as we misplace in Iraq and Afgan in a year.

JMONTOMEPPOF

Chuck Repke

10:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, ACORN, got Obama elected?
ACORN helped Obama get nine Bush states? Really?
This organization use to organize the low- and moderate-income families in inner cities. Areas that vote for Democrats anyway.

Look up Koch brothers if you want to know how to tilt elections with money.

Oh, how did this destroy the economy?
How was ACORN paid? and How much?

You seem to be really ignorant on what happened but really angry at the President.

Get some facts and some drugs. Both will help you.


Eric

11:28 PM  
Blogger Swiftee said...

While listening to the video, I kept thinking, "So what?".

See, I sleep perfectly soundly every night because I have a doomsday plan in place for me and my family.

When society collapses I'll earn a very comfortable living by visiting every stinking leftist I know, and convincing them to practice what they've been preaching all these years, namely, it's better to give than receive.

Since I never subscribed to that pap, I won't have any compunction against receiving everything they have to give.

Pretty slick, eh?

7:05 PM  

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