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I know you are tired of Alex Jones.

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April 27, 2011 – Comments (18) | RELATED TICKERS: SLV , AUY , AP

So I will let you have some other places. OH well. What can I say. Silver will go up soon and it it probably won't matter which silver stock. Some more than others. The rest of the year will be something else. I do pray that nothing will happen at the Royal Wedding but my gut is telling me this would be a flash point. http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/137486/20110424/british-royal-wedding-dictators.htm Just a late night thought.

Just take a look at the information. If I live to vote I will vote Ron Paul. OK and yes contrary to Glen Beck we do have fema camps all over the world because they set this up a century ago.The fema camps just came along about a decade ago. We have had detention camps set up before each world war.

Very good information here if you want to take the time to read it. http://www.cleanairandwater.net/

So I hope you have your food water and what not bought. Solar power generator come to mind.Maybe buy stock in the company that makes them. Letting Mexico sue the Gun Makers or Sellers because the ATF said they want to track where the guns went. One way to get around the pesky gun laws. Can you grow a garden next year maybe not with the new law. Traveling. New Government forms to fill out for Passports. Ah life is good. 

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#1) On April 27, 2011 at 1:36 AM, Betapeg (< 20) wrote:


The Evidence: Debunking FEMA Camp Myths 

I hope this brings you down to earth.


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#2) On April 27, 2011 at 9:03 AM, TMFAleph1 (94.92) wrote:

I'm tired of Alex Jones and all the other lunatic conspiracy theorists...

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#3) On April 27, 2011 at 10:23 AM, whereaminow (20.57) wrote:

+1 rec

But the state never actually needs to set up a camp in advance, so this whole thing is silly.  Did they have to use pre-fab camps to detain the Japanese?  Did they need to set up the Gulag in advance?  How about Auschwitz?

What for?  It's not like it's a freaking resort or something. A workable camp can be erected in days with all the triple strand concertina wire you need.

This is, sadly, one place where my military background in helpful. I know how quickly you can erect a facility to detain civilians. You don't need to make a camp in advance.

So thanks for reminding everyone of how evil people in power can actually be, but I wouldn't spend any time trying to "find the camps."  It's rather pointless.

David in Qatar

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#4) On April 27, 2011 at 10:28 AM, mtf00l (44.87) wrote:

Who needs concertina wire when you have the latest and greatest weapons at your disposal?!

America, makers of fine weapons for over two hundred years!

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#5) On April 27, 2011 at 10:53 AM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

Thank you Betapeg. I am just saying they are there if they are needed. History does repeat its self. Remember the interment camps for Japanese? Round up of Germans. TMF Bull n Bear. I know you are tired of it. When trying to follow the money it is hard. All types of theory's. That is why they are theory's. It seems weird living in a time when many of the theory's. are coming truth. Time will tell which one of the many therories are true and which ones are not. Does liking Mystery and SF books help you understand that I do not believe all however I like to investigate and weed out truth from fiction? I remember when my grandmother used to tell me about the horse and buggy. How far have we come from there. Look at how we used to carry dr records from different doctors and now we just fax. There used to be the car that could drive into the water and become a boat but now there are just a few left. I wonder what new changes will becoming our way. http://www.reuters.com/article/2010/10/01/us-usa-guatemala-experiment-idUSTRE6903RZ20101001

"In 1946-48, Dr. John C. Cutler, a Public Health Service physician who would later be part of the Syphilis Study in Alabama in the 1960s and continue to defend it two decades after it ended in the 1990s

http://www.biolsci.org/v05p0438.htm

This disturbing oversight runs false negative results and a risk of health consequences for millions of people and animals.

Furthermore, it remains a possibility that there would be side effects due to insertional mutagenesis during the GM transformation. For instance, the Séralini et al. [5] analysis showed evidence of a significant increase in blood glucose of 10% in GM-fed females, in triglycerides of 24-40%, overweight livers and enhanced liver/brain ratios (7%), small but significant body weight gain (3.7%), and disturbed kidney parameters. When comparing females eating GMOs to their closest controls eating the isogenic line, there were signs of a possible pre-diabetic profile. In both sexes and periods the profiles were different but it concerned liver and kidney parameters.

The jury is still out on Mon. Generally speaking it seems to us unbelievable that a risk assessment carried out only on forty rats of each sex receiving GM rich diets for 90 days (yielding results often at the limits of significance) have not been repeated and prolonged independently. We should overall take into account the fact that the analyses GM product could be fed long-term to people and animals of various ages and sexes, and with various pathologies.

and so the saga continues. The search for the truth goes on. However as my grandma used to say. Better safe than sorry. 

 

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#6) On April 27, 2011 at 12:31 PM, Betapeg (< 20) wrote:

You went from ranting about FEMA concentration camps to genetically modified foods? Do you just change the subject when you're confronted with facts? Sorry, but I don't buy the whole, "I'm just looking for the truth and being open-minded." Firstly, every 9/11 truther/conspiracy theorist says that. Second, if it were true, you wouldn't be posting NWO conspiracy propaganda videos which are filled with only lies and half-truths. The truth can be anything you want it to be if you can lie about it. 

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#7) On April 27, 2011 at 1:39 PM, TMFAleph1 (94.92) wrote:

When it comes to conspiracy theorists, claiming to be "open-minded" is just a direct result of their inability to eliminate obviously flimsy, nonsensical hypotheses through basic logical/ probabilistic reasoning.

As Chomsky said regarding the 9/11 Truth movement: "The evidence, I don't think the people who are presenting the evidence are even in a position to evaluate it... What doesn't seem to be understood is that there's a reason why scientists do experiments; they don't take just take videotapes of what's happening out the window...

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-9216919997676165205# 

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#8) On April 27, 2011 at 4:09 PM, leohaas (32.77) wrote:

I LOVE conspiracy theories!

It shows how loony some folks can be...

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#9) On April 27, 2011 at 4:30 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

Bet, I love the way you can take one simple statement about how I believe in fema camps into a rant. Then I went to GM because you were typing at the same time as I was and how there is so much more to learn. All politicians print lies and half truths. So why don't others. The trick is to figure out the lies and 1/2 truths. How did Hitler come to power? Was there not a bombing somewhere? Just something else I don't have time to study up on. Eventually the truth came out.

David you are right. However in a recession what better use to set up camps to keep the economy going. Oh I don't search out the camps however on one of my get out of town trips 3 years ago to see new places  and the beauty of god's great country I went down a road less traveled because I like to explore. Anyway I did run across one of them and it was empty. Then because I did not know what it was I looked it up and found out what it was. Simple. I find many things on my small travels.Towns restaurants off the trail kind of things.Very nice people.  No maps or destinations. Just point the car and go. 

TMF Chomsky is right.  However I find the vids say so much more. Bull and Bear do you know who owns the FED?

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#10) On April 27, 2011 at 6:26 PM, whereaminow (20.57) wrote:

Alex and leohaas,

When a politician forms a committee to investigate "price gouging", do you get all riled up?  After all, the price gouging conspiracies have been proven false over and over again,.

Did you get all worked up about Obama's recent conspiracy theory that speculators are driving up the price of oil?

David in Qatar

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#11) On April 28, 2011 at 11:21 AM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

David you are right. It all depend on how you look at it and who is doing the talking. No they don't get worked up. I wonder if the people at the Alex Jones show who say oil at 200 are the ones telling old Ben at the FED to devalue the dollar so Oil does go that high. Did you know in the day's of old every 50 years the Jews used to forgive the debt and set the slaves free. All that was given not sold was given back to the giver? Seems to me the bankers forgot that and need to return to the old way's. IMHO

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#12) On April 28, 2011 at 1:09 PM, Betapeg (< 20) wrote:

lquadland10, I would call any attempt to prove a FEMA concentration system exists for political prisoners in the Unites States as nothing more than a rant because everyone knows it's nothing but lies. I mean, look at what you wrote.

"Just take a look at the information. If I live to vote I will vote Ron Paul. OK and yes contrary to Glen Beck we do have fema camps all over the world because they set this up a century ago."

First, "If I live to vote." What, do you have CIA assassins coming after you? Second, "We do have FEMA camps all over the world because they set this up a century ago." FEMA wasn't created until 1979 and how would they be "all over the world". 

I think I'm justified in calling your blog posting a rant...you're espousing nothing but lies and half-truths. What do you want me to call it? Search for the truth? What truth??? I haven't seen it yet in any of the radical libertarian propaganda that you've posted. 

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#13) On April 28, 2011 at 6:48 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

Giggling and laughing so hard tears of joy are coming out of my eyes. I do not attempt to prove they are true. I just believe they are there. Just like the Soviet Union is now building about 500 bomb shelters around their country because they fear a Nuke war. Oh Bet. Bless you for the laughter. Still no rant here. First the if I live to vote come not contrary to you assumption I might think that the CIA might be coming after me. No it is more like at 4 I fell of a porch and died. Got me to the hospital and brought back. OR the time I was 17 and rear ended a semi full of pipes. Went right through the windshield and well I am still here. OR maybe it was the time I had a major heart attach at work and they didn't call an ambulance. My son drove me to the hospital where it took 45 min. just to see the intake nurse. Needless to say as they started the ekg I was whisked into the er then up to surgery. I believe it was the 4 aspirin and god's will I am still here. My heart stopped for 5 min on the table. I am still here. Maybe it was the time they put me on a medicine that enlarged my liver and was shutting down but I survived that also.Maybe it was the other 2 times I died but was brought back. Who know what or when something else will happen to me.  Ok I see where I ran 2 thoughts together. Yes about Fema and 1979 however the all over the world part is each country has their own name for it. Just like they have steel vaults set up in different parts or the world that store seed of every plant there is. The it was set up a century ago refers to the FED and the new world order. Actually old from the time of Soloman. I do better talking instead of typing.  So no Not a rant. I have had some and this was not one. Unless................... we have 2 different view points on what a rant is. Radical? Libertarian? Why thank you. I never thought of myself as a radical and I kinda really like it.I send all good to you and everyone you love. Radical.................. wow...............................I like that. Gives me something to think about.

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#14) On April 28, 2011 at 7:51 PM, Betapeg (< 20) wrote:

"Just like the Soviet Union is now building about 500 bomb shelters around their country because they fear a Nuke war. Oh Bet. Bless you for the laughter. Still no rant here. First the if I live to vote come not contrary to you assumption I might think that the CIA might be coming after me. No it is more like at 4 I fell of a porch and died. Got me to the hospital and brought back. OR the time I was 17 and rear ended a semi full of pipes. Went right through the windshield and well I am still here. OR maybe it was the time I had a major heart attach at work and they didn't call an ambulance. My son drove me to the hospital where it took 45 min. just to see the intake nurse. Needless to say as they started the ekg I was whisked into the er then up to surgery. I believe it was the 4 aspirin and god's will I am still here. My heart stopped for 5 min on the table. I am still here. Maybe it was the time they put me on a medicine that enlarged my liver and was shutting down but I survived that also.Maybe it was the other 2 times I died but was brought back. Who know what or when something else will happen to me." 

What is this incoherent rambling?

"Yes about Fema and 1979 however the all over the world part is each country has their own name for it."

You're just digging yourself a bigger hole with that ridiculous explanation of your misinformation.

"Just like they have steel vaults set up in different parts or the world that store seed of every plant there is. The it was set up a century ago refers to the FED and the new world order. Actually old from the time of Soloman. I do better talking instead of typing."

More incoherent rambling. You're making the stereotype of a wild-eyed screaming conspiracy theorists seem like a fair assumption.

"So no Not a rant. I have had some and this was not one I do better talking instead of typing.  So no Not a rant. I have had some and this was not one."

I can hardly understand you through the run-on sentences and grammatical errors. Are you speaking in code so the CIA can't understand you?

"I do not attempt to prove they are true. I just believe they are there."

That's probably one of the stupidest things I've ever heard. You willingly believe in something you know is a lie.

"Unless................... we have 2 different view points on what a rant is. Radical? Libertarian? Why thank you. I never thought of myself as a radical and I kinda really like it.I send all good to you and everyone you love. Radical.................. wow...............................I like that. Gives me something to think about."

NWO conspiracy theories certainly don't belong within any mainstream political thought. What else should one who believes in such nonsense be called? Truth-seeker? Yea right.

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#15) On April 29, 2011 at 10:20 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

bet I admit I was wrong. It was not 500 it is 5,000.

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#16) On April 29, 2011 at 10:32 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

seed valt from National Geo. Yes I know about my bad gramer thank you so kindly for pointing it out yet again.

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#17) On April 30, 2011 at 2:23 PM, Betapeg (< 20) wrote:

Why hasn't the CIA picked you up since you obviously know too much about their plans for world domination? 

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#18) On May 02, 2011 at 6:06 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

Bet. You have this fascination with the CIA. I don't think about them. Besides I am just a bookseller trying to make a living and have fun in this crazy world we live in. Why would they come after me. I follow the law. Stop at red lights. Pay my taxes. Open doors for the elderly. Give to the Salvation Army and try to make peoples lives just a little bit better where I can. I send all good to you and everyone you love.

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