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November 24, 2009 – Comments (43)

(MarketWatch) -- A sharp rise in Chinese car sales and vehicle ownership hasn't been reflected in nationwide gasoline consumption this year, an anomaly that has some analysts scratching their heads in the search for answers.

The disconnect has sparked a range of possible explanations, and even some suspicious musings: One such theory goes that Beijing and its state-owned enterprises are using stimulus funds to buy up new vehicles to subsidize local car makers, with the vehicles then hidden away or turned back into scrap metal.

Remember....Alstry is a concept as much as a blogger.

What happens when the world as you know it is a fraud......as an attorney.....Alstry is an expert in Fraud.

If Global Warming is a Fraud.....what else is a fraud when you can concentrate so many resources around a lie and convince the world?????

Remember...it is not the end of the world, simply the end of the world as you know it....and no blog on investing can have much probative value unless you apply the truth....otherwise we might as well be calling red or black.

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#1) On November 24, 2009 at 10:00 AM, dudemonkey (39.48) wrote:

If Global Warming is a Fraud.....what else is a fraud when you can concentrate so many resources around a lie and convince the world?????

Is it a fraud?  Just because some out-of-context emails seem to say what you want them to say doesn't mean that all of a sudden tens of thousands of scientists around the world simultaneously abandoned scientific principles.  

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#2) On November 24, 2009 at 10:08 AM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

global warming is the biggest fraud EVER perpetrated on the World.  EVERYONE involved in this SCAM should be prosecuted and sent to jail 

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#3) On November 24, 2009 at 10:09 AM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

yes we have to tax the very thing that gives this planet life (CO2)

 

hell now they will tax us for oxygen and sunlight , water, what's next???

 

GET THE EVIL OUT OF OUR LEADERSHIP PEOPLE 

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#4) On November 24, 2009 at 10:10 AM, alstry (34.92) wrote:

When you are a scientist, and you infect the integrity of the scientic method, you infect the conclusion.

At this point, the conclusion has been infected......and potentially trillions of resources wasted.

The fact that the conclusion is a fraud, doesn't  mean it is wrong.

When you are a company, and you lie about the financials, it simply infects the integrity of the report....whether it is right or wrong is a seperate issue.

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#5) On November 24, 2009 at 10:14 AM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

why sugar coat it alstry..if you want to promote the TRUTH then tell it.  These people KNEW what they were doing, infecting the integrity of a scientific method by manipulating the outcomes or conclusions when lives, jobs, trillions of dollars are at stake.... IS ANYTHING BUT RIGHT

 

IT IS CRIMINALLY WRONG!! 

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#6) On November 24, 2009 at 10:14 AM, GNUBEE (25.25) wrote:

simply put....no It will not.

Alstry, can you research the degree of "lies" since say 1950?

I would not be suprised to find the the "lies" have kept things moving for longer than the last decade.

 

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#7) On November 24, 2009 at 10:19 AM, mawnck (< 20) wrote:

global warming is the biggest fraud EVER perpetrated on the World.

No, that was the moon landing. The moon landing and the holocaust. No, wait, the moon landing, the holocaust, and Milli Vanilli. No, wait ....

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#8) On November 24, 2009 at 10:21 AM, freunddoggy (98.66) wrote:

"global warming is the biggest fraud EVER perpetrated on the World.  EVERYONE involved in this SCAM should be prosecuted and sent to jail "

Wrong. That title belongs to religion.

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#9) On November 24, 2009 at 10:22 AM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

Religion? - Wow you people are sick and demented as it gets

 

God help all of you and have mercy on your souls 

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#10) On November 24, 2009 at 10:24 AM, freunddoggy (98.66) wrote:

"Religion? - Wow you people are sick and demented as it gets

God help all of you and have mercy on your souls"

And you're a fool. Do you also believe in Santa Claus? The Easter Bunny? Cupid?

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#11) On November 24, 2009 at 10:25 AM, drgroup (69.48) wrote:

dudemonkey ...

scientists around the world simultaneously abandoned scientific principles.  

The lack of applying proper and untainted scientific principals is what's behind this global warming farse. I just can't understand how this delicate atmosphere of ours can sustain the onslought of constant solar flare ups and never ending exposure to solar radiation to its outside shell ; but is destroyed by cow flatualnts and CO2 emmisions from its earth side. I guess if I could collect millions in revenues by writng books or selling non sense products supporting a warming hoax, then I be an easy convert.

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#12) On November 24, 2009 at 10:30 AM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

#10 let me put it to you this way sicko

 

Is "religion" perfect? no its not...there are many aspects of "religion" that Satan has manipulated to give people like you "fangs" to sink their teeth into

 

Its time for the LIES and MANIPULATIONS TO STOP or EVIL and EVERYTHING YOU SICK PEOPLE STAND FOR WILL WIN OUT FOR THE SHORT TIME....BUT UNFORTUNATELY FOR  YOU , ITS JUST A FINITE AMOUNT OF TIME...GOODNESS, PURITY, TRUTH, and its BELIEVERS will WIN IN THE END

 

 

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#13) On November 24, 2009 at 10:36 AM, alasker (< 20) wrote:

I am wondering Alstry- from your perspective how would you prepare for the changes you see coming? Do we horde cash? Do you think we are moving more towards a government directed world where it does not matter where you invest your discretional income? Where your wages and how much you keep is pre-determined? Do we learn to plant gardens again (considering 99% of the US population could not survive like the rest of subsistence world population does)? Do you try to aquire skills and become mobile to hop between countries as conditions change? Do you stick close to your family like most of the world has done throughout civilization?

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#14) On November 24, 2009 at 10:42 AM, alasker (< 20) wrote:

Another random thought- I think it is interesting about how much income in made in the US and sent overseas. I wonder if there is any other country in the world where people come here, work, and then send their wages to the corners of the globe (whether migrant workers, pension retirees) never to be seen again.

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#15) On November 24, 2009 at 10:49 AM, alstry (34.92) wrote:

ala,

All good questions.....

Some people may squirm thinking China is buying cars and grinding them up to create the illusion of a growing GDP.....but is it really any different than America running a $2 Trillion dollar deficit and giving its people handouts so they can consume or maintain the illusion they are productively employed?

The rules have change and the world as we knew it is ripping apart at the seams....what the new world will be is anyone's guess.  Gold has been the store of value for thousands of years....but I have my doubts whether it will maintain its position going forward.

Cash is also equally viable depending on whether we go inflation or deflation......my bias remains with cash at this point.

We will likely have much clearer visibility very soon as the truth is coming to the surface...but these are very volitile times as each nation accuses the other of fraud......the consequences can be very convulsive and unexpected.

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#16) On November 24, 2009 at 10:52 AM, devandev (< 20) wrote:

#12

Good god, man.  What is wrong with you?  Someone doesn't believe in religion and they're a sicko?  You're the one foaming at the mouth like a rabid dog.  No wonder athiests think god-botherers like you are the disease, not the cure.

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#17) On November 24, 2009 at 10:56 AM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

alstry if the dollar is becoming more and more worthless, which we all know to be true..  we have (at least that we can document today, who really knows what the real # or % is) increased the money supply by 130% in the United States.. when you factor in all the debt monitization and real money printing we account account for..well as i stated who knows what that "real" number is

 

but in 1980 when we had 20% interest rates and our economy was thought to be in some of the worst shape in modern times .  we had only increased the money supply 13%

 

what about other nations in this world..  Everyone is in the same predicament its just to what degree are some better or worse off.  America being probably one of the lowest on the totem poles.  So Alstry, unless you think the "powers at be" is going to come and confiscate your gold...how can you think fiat money would be a place to be...when the plan is to basically crash all systems of paper money to institute a single or "global currency"??

 

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#18) On November 24, 2009 at 10:59 AM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

#16

 

rabid dog?? Truth hurts man.. and when you have athiest or satan worshipers leading agendas that will shape and drastically effect good people's lives...then you MUST stand up for what is right...  

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#19) On November 24, 2009 at 11:04 AM, alasker (< 20) wrote:

For what it is worth I think its a coin flip of either becoming a more centrally government directed nation or out of necessity (federal and states cutting back healthcare/welfare/social security in a catastophic way) we force an ill-prepared people to become suddenly more individually reliant. 

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#20) On November 24, 2009 at 11:16 AM, rofgile (99.29) wrote:

YAYYYY!!!  A NEW NUMBER!  1.01.10!!

Alstry rocks.

 -Rof 

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#21) On November 24, 2009 at 11:20 AM, dudemonkey (39.48) wrote:

Alstry has the best threads.  He's got everything from the Chinese inflating their GDP to the Christian version of the Taliban, and that's just ONE THREAD.

Alstry, I hope you never stop bloggin here.

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#22) On November 24, 2009 at 11:25 AM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

"christian version of the taliban"

 

see that's clever verbage..but to be Chrisitan means to be like "Christ" and I can assure you that Christ is the furthest thing from the taliban but cleverly worded to try to put someone , standing up for their civil liberties and the goodness in which we should all live, down...  

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#23) On November 24, 2009 at 11:30 AM, dudemonkey (39.48) wrote:

see that's clever verbage..but to be Chrisitan means to be like "Christ" and I can assure you that Christ is the furthest thing from the taliban but cleverly worded to try to put someone , standing up for their civil liberties and the goodness in which we should all live, down...

Then you'll probably want to explain this statement:

and when you have athiest or satan worshipers leading agendas that will shape and drastically effect good people's lives...then you MUST stand up for what is right...  

Not to me.  I don't really care one way or another.  I just thought this thread wasn't already enough of a freak show.

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#24) On November 24, 2009 at 11:32 AM, jddubya (35.16) wrote:

LOL another unintentionally effin hilarious blog by big Al.

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#25) On November 24, 2009 at 11:42 AM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

 

Then you'll probably want to explain this statement:

and when you have athiest or satan worshipers leading agendas that will shape and drastically effect good people's lives...then you MUST stand up for what is right... 

 

With what you do know (which doesn't sound like a lot) about Christ, lets see if you can answer these questions ?

Would Christ intentionally LIE to anyone much less millions of people about something like global warming, so that he could gain more power and make out like a bandit at the bank??

 

Would Christ destroy the greatest healthcare system in the world (we live the longest with the least healthiest people??? why b/c our healthcare is that good..NO ONE TALKS ABOUT THIS) without looking at ways to make simple LOGICAL ways (tearing down interstate competition boundaries for insurance companies to compete and tort reform)????

 

Would Christ institute reforms and policies to bail out the causes of the problems (Banks/ FED) instead of helping the masses it effects (we the people)??? 

 

answer of few of those questions and then you may be able to see the OBVIOUS 

 

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#26) On November 24, 2009 at 11:49 AM, dudemonkey (39.48) wrote:

Best thread of the day.  No doubt about that.

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#27) On November 24, 2009 at 11:52 AM, AvianFlu (37.42) wrote:

Another free-wheelin' Alstry post! Good job, you mad dog!

Freund:

Here is the difference.

The federal government is not passing laws forcing you to go to church. However, they ARE planning to pass laws to force you to go along with their global warming religion....whether you want to or not.

An article in today's paper from Associated Press says that CO2 levels are exceeding the worst case scenario and they are extremely high. Question: why have we had 12 years of consecutive cooling then? Perhaps CO2 does not affect the warming of the earth after all? I'm old enough to remember when there was some scientific consensus that we were entering a new ice age. Speculate on warming all you want...just don't steal my savings to do it.

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#28) On November 24, 2009 at 11:53 AM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

just to answer for you 

 

1. NO!

2. NO!

3. NO!

 

and if you people don't think what we are going through today is any LESS of a spiritual battle than what our ancestors did or the one we are "supposedly" fighting today against al queda , taliban, whoever it is over there in afghanistan ...than that just shows all of your naivety  

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#29) On November 24, 2009 at 11:54 AM, AvianFlu (37.42) wrote:

Another free-wheelin' Alstry post! Good job, you mad dog!

Freund:

Here is the difference.

The federal government is not passing laws forcing you to go to church. However, they ARE planning to pass laws to force you to go along with their global warming religion....whether you want to or not.

An article in today's paper from Associated Press says that CO2 levels are exceeding the worst case scenario and they are extremely high. Question: why have we had 12 years of consecutive cooling then? Perhaps CO2 does not affect the warming of the earth after all? I'm old enough to remember when there was some scientific consensus that we were entering a new ice age. Speculate on warming all you want...just don't steal my savings to do it.

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#30) On November 24, 2009 at 11:56 AM, freunddoggy (98.66) wrote:

"The federal government is not passing laws forcing you to go to church. However, they ARE planning to pass laws to force you to go along with their global warming religion....whether you want to or not. "

Oh but I am forced, by law, to support religion. They get tax-exempt status, which means the rest of us have to pick up the bill.

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#31) On November 24, 2009 at 11:57 AM, freunddoggy (98.66) wrote:

Rebkong, you're the reason I have so much disdain for organized religion. Being spiritual is fine, but people like you make me cringe.

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#32) On November 24, 2009 at 12:00 PM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

"They get tax-exempt status, which means the rest of us have to pick up the bill."

 

so long as they "preach" what the government allows ... may want to check into your church before you decide to buy into what they are preaching

 

but to sit here and argue that 501 3 (c) churches getting tax exempt status is "anyone's problem" when we have organizations set up  like acorn, SEIU, with the same status' that are destroying this country.. is just delusional

i haven't seen a church asking you to DO ANYTHING..in fact its completely voluntary..you are picking up anything if you chose or don't chose to attend 

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#33) On November 24, 2009 at 12:01 PM, davejh23 (< 20) wrote:

"For what it is worth I think its a coin flip of either becoming a more centrally government directed nation or out of necessity (federal and states cutting back healthcare/welfare/social security in a catastophic way) we force an ill-prepared people to become suddenly more individually reliant."

I believe it will be necessary to make drastic cuts in entitlement spending.  However, this should force people to become more collectively reliant.  Of all the places I've been, the US has the weakest sense of family.  Any move that might encourage individuals to work together with family for their collective well-being would probably be a good move. 

As for Social Security, it wasn't designed as a permanent retirement program...the idea of retirement didn't even exist when the program started.  If maintained in it's original form, the current retirement age should be around 80.  The program should be phased out, and those that are young now should plan to take responsibility for their own retirement or lack thereof. 

As for healthcare, people also need to take responsibility for their own health.  Why should taxpayers pay a million dollars in healthcare bills for the last year of someone's life...someone that neglected their own health for decades.  If taxpayers are going to pay for that, then they should also have a claim on that person's estate.

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#34) On November 24, 2009 at 12:02 PM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

freunddoggy , you can attack me all you want.. but if you want to look up in this thread...it was YOU , NOT ME, that brought religion into this thread..If you want to try to put messages into this thread that are NOT true..then hate me all you want for standing up for the PEOPLE that do want the truth and goodness to be told

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#35) On November 24, 2009 at 12:07 PM, blake303 (29.17) wrote:

Wow. I never read Alstry posts and for good reason, but I had to suggest another incorrect armageddon date. Why not use 1.11.11? That gives you 13 months for everything to implode and if you are wrong, which you will be yet again, no one will remember this blog. Would Christ continue to copy and paste articles with no supporting analysis or common sense after being wrong so many times? There is still plenty of opportunity despite the recession. My "WWAD 1.01.10" bracelets are selling like hotcakes. PREPARE to be WRONG.

Alstry is an expert in Fraud

Could not have said it better. 

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#36) On November 24, 2009 at 12:15 PM, davejh23 (< 20) wrote:

"Oh but I am forced, by law, to support religion. They get tax-exempt status, which means the rest of us have to pick up the bill."

What exactly are you picking up the bill for?  Some churches that are run like businesses are not tax exempt.  Those that run on donations, still pay property taxes...are you claiming that sales taxes are higher because tax exempt churches aren't paying sales tax?  I can't see how you're supporting religion at all.  A majority of Americans don't practice any religion, and atheism is also the fastest growing "religious" group.  So, you're in the majority...you don't need to criticize those that have religious beliefs.  At least Rebkong's points are based on belief...your points are simply based on hate.  Even if you don't agree with this religious perspective, sociological research shows that the abandonment of morals is destroying society.

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#37) On November 24, 2009 at 12:22 PM, cmorr504 (< 20) wrote:

rebkong dont you have a sarah palin book signing line to be in?

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#38) On November 24, 2009 at 12:23 PM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

actually i respect sarah palin but she is not the answer for this country

 

we need a lot more help than she can provide..but she would be a step in the right direction regardless..ANYTHING is better than what is currently in place....ANYTHING!!! 

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#39) On November 24, 2009 at 12:35 PM, alasker (< 20) wrote:

Thank you for the correction davejh73-  I think the better word was "collectively" in my statement. Many keep saying we want less government but we have to recognize what that means and accept the consequences if and when that happens. I will guess that we will need our family more in the next couple of years than we have needed them in the last couple decades.

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#40) On November 24, 2009 at 12:44 PM, Rebkong1 (< 20) wrote:

one last thing freunddoggy

 

I dont know about you but from what i have read in the Bible and studied in other literature about Christ.. I never saw too many deals being made by Christ, to put him ahead of anyone else.  In fact, most, well ALL of my recollections, find him putting others infront of himself.. He fed thousands, cured the sick and weak, and oh ya  HE GAVE HIS ONLY LIFE ON THIS EARTH FOR YOU AND ME

 

HE LOVES YOU EVEN THOUGH YOU FORSAKE HIM... DON'T EVER FORGET IT 

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#41) On November 24, 2009 at 1:18 PM, ChannelDunlap (< 20) wrote:

Alsry with another bogus date prediction, now with religious extremists!  YeeHaw!  Can't wait for 02.10, brotha.  Should be just as much fun as 10.09 was.

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#42) On November 24, 2009 at 1:28 PM, IIcx (< 20) wrote:

markets are closed on New Years Day -- maybe 1.2.10 = 13

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#43) On November 24, 2009 at 1:29 PM, IIcx (< 20) wrote:

oops - maybe 1.4.10=15 | 1.2.10 is a Saturday ;)

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