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WW3 or QE3?



April 23, 2011 – Comments (7)

When money loses value, you can't trade......when you can't trade and can't get credit, all that is left is FORCE:

From the Middle East to South East more and more can't eat, all that is left is fight.

3 Cambodian soldiers killed in clashes with Thai troops Saturday

Keep watching the ticker.....FLASH!!!!!  it could be gone in a minute.

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#1) On April 23, 2011 at 10:19 PM, buffalonate (63.40) wrote:

The Middle East has 10% inflation.  Ours is much lower because we produce most of the world's food.  Here are two different articles explaining how bad inflation is here versus overseas.  Even the economists who follow Volcker's inflation measure believe our inflation rate is at 5% max.  The CEO of Walmart believes inflation is running around 5%.  Momentum is gaining on the Federal Reserve Board to end quantitative easing before inflation shows up significantly.

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#2) On April 23, 2011 at 11:06 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

As food and fuel prices rise, fewer and fewer can eat.  As fewer and fewer can eat, they MUST resort to force to feed their families if they can't get food otherwise.

Why your inflation rate is different than Uncle Sam's

High gas prices a symptom of inflation

High fuel prices lead to high food prices....high food prices with falling wages and high unemployment leads to hunger....hunger leads to violence and the end of the world as you know it.

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#3) On April 23, 2011 at 11:34 PM, buffalonate (63.40) wrote:

Inflation is not bad in the U.S. or Europe.  Inflation is bad in Africa. Africa has nothing to do with us.  Economists believe inflation in the U.S. is somewhere between 2% and 5%.  That is hardly the end of the world.  I have proved my point a dozen ways and the only proof you have is links that don't work.  When food prices go up in the U.S. we just switch to store brands and save 20%.  If gas prices get too high we drive only when necessary.   

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#4) On April 23, 2011 at 11:50 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

There are riots in Greece, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Iceland, England and more.......prepare for riots all over the world as food and fuel prices spiral out of control.....

War is breaking out in the Middle East and Southeast Asia....

Riots are occuring in China and India.....

The World Bank warns of a global hunger crisis....

You keep citing government stats......government is owned by INSIDE JOB... it will all provide ample evidence you have proved nothing as millions prepare for FORCE

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#5) On April 23, 2011 at 11:56 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

Prepare for Riots in America.....

Higher Gas Prices Increase Costs Across the Board

But don't fear....Alstry is here

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#6) On April 24, 2011 at 12:40 AM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

flordia is now  5.60 a gal.Hawii and cal are also that high. WW3 or QE3 both. Also a quadrilling of the pesky CBO's and so it will really esclate. A person making 50k a year and one who is making 11k a year see inflation differently. I for one and seeing hyperinflation with a deflationally set pay. No more pay raises. Oh well. I wager in one more month we will see gas hitting 6 dollars a gal.I just want to make it through this mess without loosing liberty. You are good. Now tell me something. I have heard that Canada Mexico and USA has been joined and we are now the Amercia's. Can you find out about this. also refurd to as the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. I wonder if it is somehow on the legal paperwork now in some way. Just wondering.

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#7) On April 24, 2011 at 1:03 AM, buffalonate (63.40) wrote:

People in Europe are rioting because of austerity measures to balance the budget.  It has nothing to do with gas and food prices.  Gas prices are always high in Europe due to taxes. I quoted the CEO from Walmart who believes inflation is around 5%.  Since Walmart is a huge part of our economy he should know better than anyone.  Does 5% inflation seem extreme to you?  Gas prices are self regulating.  If they get too high it slows the economy down and demand for oil decreases so gas prices go down.  Gas prices were really high in the U.S. in 2008 and I don't remember anyone rioting.  We just drove less.    

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