Good Morning America, Goodbye ‘Exorbitant Privilege’

385 comments on “Good Morning America, Goodbye ‘Exorbitant Privilege’
  1. Youri Carma says:

    @Al Kyder

    To be complete: Anders Behring Breivik’s manifesto A COPY AND PAST DOCUMENT! Except for the last part.

    The man accused of the killing spree in Norway was deeply influenced by a small group of American bloggers and writers who have warned for years about the threat from Islam, lacing his 1,500-page manifesto with quotations from them, as well as copying multiple passages from the tract of the Unabomber.

    Breivik attack looks exactly like the story in a Dutch Novel (google trans from Dutch)

    Saillant detail: First book sold in Norway

  2. Youri Carma says:

    Correction: One of the first copies sold in Norway

  3. Paz says:

    Deindustrialization, debt, taxation, joblessness and a draconian nanny state are “Exorbitant Privilege”?
    Lagarde needs a reality check. Then she needs to go f*** herself.

  4. Youri Carma says:


    Yeah, interesting freak that ‘Ministery’ dude. Enjoyed that.

  5. Paz says:

    I just ran a Google image search on this creature:
    Are you sure this beast is actually a female of the species? I’ve seen drag queens that were more believable.

  6. Youri Carma says:


    Yep, Amsterdam the first city to have internet in the Netherlands and first to have fiberoptics network all over the city.

    I reached 7 MB/s once but 1-2 MB/s easy if the other hubs are as fast of course on cable network.

  7. Youri Carma says:


    Maybe also the reason why it’s crowded with secret service. Defenitely CIA, MI6 and Mossad who work closely together in the Zionist Kabal.

  8. kwazimota says:

    Dam ,not the exhorbitant privilege .

  9. Youri Carma says:

    M-Class solar flare – M9.3 – earth bound — possible earthquake precursor

    Soho web site says it will only effect radio comunications

  10. Youri Carma says:

    7/29/2011 — Six plumes erupt over 12 hours — California and Nevada — ALL VOLCANO SITES

    7/29/2011 — USGS issues SECOND statement RE California and Nevada volcanic plumes

    7/29/2011 — VISIBLE SATELLITE PROOF of plumes from Volcanic fields = USGS epic fail

  11. Christophe says:

    Ya know, Assange is a CIA shill… He only leaks stuff that is harmless to Israel and our other ‘strategic’ allies, and he has been far too quick to take credit for the uprisings in the Middle East -> I’d say he and his CIA crew were responsible for Libya and probably some others, but I’m not so sure about Egypt, which is where the really big stuff happened…

    So news about Assange talking big about how he is leading the charge against the mainstream is little more than his trying once more to take credit for things far larger than himself.

    The guy has no shame, really – much like the rest in the CIA / Mossad / banking / etc.

  12. Mark Lytle says:


    The Flavor Of Your OJ Is A Chemically-Induced Mirage

  13. swell says:

    I just got through watching The Alyona Show Happy Hour on on RT’s YouTube channel. Her segment on vaginas was delightful. Her male guest host seemed low on testosterone and got pretty squeamish about the topic. To her credit, the kind soul Alyona, didn’t humiliate him over it.

    I cringe when people’s sexuality gets denigrated. Impugning Christine-Lagarde’s gender here on this site, seems unfortunate. An estimated 43% of the fairer sex in the US suffer from some form of Female Sexual Dysfunction, owing to the war on sex, in no small measure.

    The movie rating system has skewed sex in culture, horribly, and porn, as the marginalized outsider, has, as a result, created grotesque caricatures at the far end. Dermal fillers in the face and lips and massive breast augmentations are way-over-the-top. Women disfigure themselves trying to reach that exaggerated stylized look they now think is expected of them. Shaving, yes. Mutilating, no.

    It is a situation now so bad that men have gone and made it way worse. The government prude-squad in Australia, in response to those porn exaggerations, unconscionably mandates a narrow perception of what a “normal” female physiology is allowed to look like, when depicted nude in media. They are, as a result, accused of driving wholesale female genital mutilations, euphemistically known as “Labiaplasty”, in what is effectively mass psyops.


    Governments and thoughtless people have done massive damage to delicate psyches surrounding human sexuality. I encourage others to try not to exacerbate that gross harm which has already been inflicted on so many. People really do go suicidal over such.

  14. Youri Carma says:


    Yeah, I know but if he encourage the youth with it I support this speech.

  15. Mark Lytle says:

    27 rifles stolen from California military base

    Something we’ll see more of as the economy tanks, and the rank and file privates of the armed forces stay at poverty level wages..

  16. Mark Lytle says:

    I’m wondering if the troll that appeared earlier came on here when Max and Stacy were out of pocket to see what the ‘group’ would do ‘without a leader’.

    More than a troll, something of an experiment? A psyop?

  17. Youri Carma says:

    Dr. William Anderson: ‘These folks in Washington are delusional. Let me give the example of Hitlers bunker. At the end of WWII everybody in Hitlers bunker thougt they could still win the war when the Russians were outside allready in the streets of Berlin.’

  18. Christophe says:

    @Mark Lytle:
    I don’t think that Troll is alone here on the board (the others are more circumspect, and hence are only in doubt), so the wider psyop is *always* in play, no matter what comment board you visit.

    IMO, their only effective weapon at this point is to post uninteresting stuff that dilutes attention away from more devastating comments, increasing the attention and work required from the reader.

    At the same time, it’s interesting to see ‘them’ play out different strategies and try all sorts of experiments. I wrote about an over-the-top Troll attack on my piece, as it happens.

  19. Mark Lytle says:


    They’re detached alright..

    This article has a description of Obama in negotiations that make him the total inverse of how he’s been sold to the public. The same could be said of most of Washington.

  20. Mark Lytle says:


    Good point, about the less obvious ones, I hadn’t thought of that…

  21. Youri Carma says:

    @Mark Lytle

    Frankly I don’t follow the debate cause it’s bogus and a waste of time anyways. Only report on the results. Not only the this negotians are the inverse of how he’s been sold to the public. I knew from the beginning he was a chill cause I listened to Tarpley and did some research myself. Was not even hidden when he just got into office he allready had revealed what he was going to do but people (in general) are lazy and not doing the research. Cause allready during his election campaign Obama said:

    – Obama has promised a new national draft!
    – Obama saying he would attack terrorists in Pakistan
    – Obama favours U.S. troop surge in Afghanistan

  22. Youri Carma says:

    @Mark Lytle

    Found this in my first archieved Document from 6 November 2008:

    – Obama has promised a new national draft!
    – Obama saying he would attack terrorists in Pakistan
    – Obama favours U.S. troop surge in Afghanistan
    – Obama would engage Iran early next year

  23. Mark Lytle says:


    I was like Max, who also gave Obama the benefit of the doubt and voted for him.

    Obviously, I regret that now…

  24. Youri Carma says:

    Vid from 22 July 2008 – Senator Obama’s “Civilian National Security Force”

  25. Youri Carma says:

    @Mark Lytle

    Well you don’t have to cause you both woke up. I fully bought into the Gulf War bogus and was even behind it. Woke up before 911 and when 911 happened that was all the evidence I needed to shake me fully awake. On the same day in fact. Their mistake. Cause I did work on steel and have some good piece of steel in my hand.

  26. swell says:

    I dismissed the charge leveled at us today, “bigoted against bankers”, as agitprop, trolling. No attempt was made at any Hegelian dialectic response, on their part, to better inform everyone’s understanding.

    I comprehend all this sad state of affairs, as not having just happened. It is by design. AJ heard Tom Ridge say this would all be done by stealth. That we wouldn’t wake up to it until it was all too late. Well I heard him say that too.

    Isn’t everyone more disconcerted about paid trolls?

  27. Mark Lytle says:

    I have a book called “The Dark Valley” sort of a thick volume about the happenings in the 1930’s, It chronicles the rise of radical politics. It’s clear to me that as this depression deepens we’ll see a lot more extremes of left and right. The elites will continue to attempt to preempt these movements and control them, but they will have a much more difficult time of it.

    I don’t think the Tea Party is 100% under their control, although through Beck and Palin, they do influence it.

  28. Mark Lytle says:

    Beck and Palin to me seem somewhat on the sidelines, making comments, or cheerleading, but not really leading.

    I think that shows some problems the elites are having as one or both of these were favored to ‘lead’. I’ve seen pictures from a couple of years ago of Palin with Henry Kissinger…definite attempts at wooing new leadership into the spiders web..

  29. Youri Carma says:

    @Mark Lytle

    The follow the agenda wich led to WWII. They think they can pull it off again for WOIII with the US in the role of the NAZi’s this time.

  30. Kwai Chang says:

    How’s NATO doing in Libya, today???
    (Ha ha hilary)

  31. Mark Lytle says:

    This was part of the basis of my prediction from a couple of weeks ago that the Tea Party would ‘run out the clock’ and get us into default, or whatever.

    That and the 270 of the 288 Republicans who had signed pledges from the Tea Party to not raise taxes and/or the debt ceiling under the threat by these groups to un-elect these people. Plus Cantor’s double short position on Treasuries. Since a default does nothing for the bankers, they are fighting it, I concluded we are seeing a great depression style radical group in the Tea Party, born of frustration and not entirely under control. I would think they will be only the first group like this, others will show up with different, even opposing ideologies. It will be very wild and contentious a few years out..

  32. swell says:

    I’ve already worked with Eggdrop bots and Tcl scripts. It’s pretty amazing, not knowing you are interacting with a bot and finally realizing it is not a human being. And creating them to fool people. Government is pushing the envelope like it was a Manhattan Project for new technology to influence people.

    Yet I figure we’re still about trying to teach the machine(s) economics.

  33. Mark Lytle says:

    Peak Oil will probably collapse the West and it’s banking system, but in thre intervening few years, wild political swings of desperation might be seen. Most ideologies will crash and burn as Peak oil trumps everything. I knew of this when I worked at Phillips Petroleum for 17 years prior to my forced retirement by merger in 2002. Every year, the pickins’ got slimmer, and Geologists were under the gun to ‘do better’.

    We couldn’t and didn’t, neither did Conoco, so both companies merged to double the apparent reserves of the merged entity and then half the employees of the combined sum were let go… 30,000…

    If you can’t find oil, buy it or take it over…

  34. Kwai Chang says:

    @Mark Lytle…
    left wing? right wing? (same turkey)
    All paries have failed…
    time for a modern version of clarity
    (no left, no right, no al-CIAda Embassy in DC, no flouride, no chlorine, no left, no right, no Fed, no fractional-reserve-anything, no speculating in government, debt free treasury fiat, no more Puerto Rican Trust (IRS), no more amalgam of mercury fillings, no monsanto, no GMOs…should I keep going???)
    the sleepers are awakening…go to bed Hilary Rodenhurst Clinton
    (and don’t forget to say your prayers)
    (or are those called predator drone lullabies)
    Is Bill Clinton really a rockafella???
    (Ssssh…that’s a secret)

  35. swell says:

    Youri’s linked AJ show, had a guest who didn’t listen to Alex.
    AJ called the system “cannibalistic” and the guy just couldn’t grasp that. And he rejected that understanding.

    But they have already designed vehicles that will run on biomass such as battlefield bodies.

  36. Kwai Chang says:

    @ swell…
    HAL = 2 terrabytes of pure emotion
    (great! my computer just yelled at me,
    locked me out, and said “final warning”)

  37. Mark Lytle says:

    @Kwai Chang

    Labels are somewhat meaningless, really. Over time many ideologies will be appearing, some based on only one issue (remember anti-abortion republicans) but these new movements ill be focused on the issue of a collapsed job base.

    Some will call themselves left and some will call themselves right, but the point is the desperation, it will be everywhere..

    None will be effective. The problem is collapsing empire and resource constraints.

  38. Youri Carma says:

    Ry Cooder – Vigilante Man

  39. Mark Lytle says:


    The system is cannibalistic . The end of growth (real growth, anyway) forced that to happen. The system feeds on itself now..

  40. Mark Lytle says:

    Even people who don’t believe in Peak Oil should understand that if the dollar goes to crap, then we have to fall back on dangerous offshore production, nasty, expensive, Canadian Tar Sands, or trying to cook Oil shale (toxic, dirty), intense Shale Fracking, all the stuff my hippie friends from 40 years ago called, stems and seeds….scraps…

    Not a good outcome…

  41. Youri Carma says:

    O Brother Where Art Thou – Man of Constant Sorrow with lyrics

  42. I_Cant_Believe_Its_Just_a_Dip says:

    @mark, agreed about the labels, people love to attach labels to things as if that helps to explain things better, is it really just stereotyping name calling? Can I call it boxification?

  43. flicks says:

    At 29mins Bob Chapman infers he has a terminal illness – ‘2 years to live’ What ever your situation Bob thanks a million for all the info; I listen to your stuff like a bee round honey.

  44. Kwai Chang says:

    Master Po says:
    “within the harmony of Nature lie 3 treasures:
    Mercy- from which comes courage…
    Frugality- from which comes generosity to others…
    Humility- from which comes leadership…”

  45. Mark Lytle says:


    Depression video is spot on..It’s where we’re going..sort of…more or less, with a bit more technology..

  46. Kwai Chang says:

    all comments are labels…

  47. Youri Carma says:

    Machiavelli: ” … men sooner forget the death of the father than they do the loss of his capital (patrimony)” (Pg. 62, Chapter 17 (Of cruelty and pity; and whether it is better to be loved than feared, or the contrary) )

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  48. Youri Carma says:

    APNewsBreak: Arctic scientist under investigation

    Look Al Gore! Polar bears can swim!

    Polar bears are strong swimmers; they swim across bays or wide leads without hesitation. They can swim for several hours at a time over long distances. They’ve been tracked swimming continuously for 100 km (62 mi.) (Stirling, 1988).

  49. Anon says:

    Pirate Party Launches Movie Download Sites As “Declaration of War”

  50. Youri Carma says:

    btw Earth hasn’t been warming for the last 10 years!

    The so-called ‘Record Warm Summer Temps’ were a blatant lie while the Record Cold Winter Temps where for real—> Coast To Coast AM: Global Warming 7-28-2011 + Download Link

  51. Youri Carma says:


    Don’t get frantic now Stacy, you can sleep on it … 😉

    ahahahahahahahahaaah Comment on link very suitable here: “I don’t think this argument got resolved…even after 8 minutes and 27 fookin seconds”

  52. Al Kyder says:

    @ I_Cant_Believe_Its_Just_a_Dip Can I call it boxification?

    Its called generalisation when done correctly. Generalising on a topic is a necessary part of critical thinking.

  53. Al Kyder says:

    @ Youri Carma

    Its 7 .am Yawnssss………… in Noo Yawk Ciddy

  54. Ag Soul says:

    Latest of NMAWolrldEdition:
    Tea Party gives Boehner a budget headache

  55. Youri Carma says:

    @Al Kyder

    I hate Hitler the vegetarian. So, I hate all vegetarians 😉

  56. Youri Carma says:

    @Al Kyder

    In Noo Yawk Diddely, the citie that neva sleepz ….. with one exception 😉

  57. Youri Carma says:

    @Al Kyder

    Hitler wasn’t a vegetarian (did some research, ate duck ands son) but don’t tell the vegetarians cause it’s always such fun to tease them with. But in a way they are as fanatic.

  58. Al Kyder says:

    I know 🙂 I am guilty of that too.

  59. Mike/Liverpool says:

    Read this:-
    Its true & so funny, i almost pissed myself laughing

  60. Mother Earth says:


    Big banks commit suicide, the oil dominance is finally defeated. Humanity has a fighting chance again. This is reason to celebrate.

  61. Youri Carma says:

    @Al Kyder

    That’s explains the wannabee painter aka little avatar drawing and I lied about Hitler not being a vegetarian.

  62. Youri Carma says:


    Yeah, that’s the reason Bruce Lee and his son were killed by the CIA . They became too popular. (to add to the conspiracy)

  63. Youri Carma says:


    One of the henchman of China is Geithner, who once studied Chinese at Peking University and speaks Mandarin (true story). The Chinese were ordered to laugh at him when he was in China so that his carefully planned cover wouldn’t be blown.

    Bernanke is in realy Ber-nan-kee, a Chinese in disquise. He did study the great depression to perfect his wicked plans and is now very succesfully executing an other even greater depression.

  64. Al Kyder says:

    @ Youri Carma

    ” I lied about Hitler not being a vegetarian.”

    Mwahhaha I knew it. Damn vegans, they need a good BBQ. Whats the point if half the population being anaemic. They all drink Diet Coke you know. Its the Vegans guilty pleasure.

  65. Youri Carma says:

    CIA’s Hifter Prime Suspect in Slayings; Jalil Lies as Front Man for Terrorists; Tribal Warfare Looms; UN Mandate to Expire in September; Top Hawk Anne Marie Slaughter Admits NATO Defeat in Financial Times

  66. RJ says:

    Why Govt deficits are essential in an ageing Population

    The main problem today is many economists, politicians and monetary reformers do not appreciate macro economic realities. They are basing their recommendation on micro (individual or company) related beliefs and then making dangerous and destructive assumptions like debt is a problem. It isn’t. In fact it is essential today to reflect two significant changes that is occurring in the West

    1 Greater production per head and
    2 An aging population

    Let’s assume that 60% of the population can produce enough for everyone. The question is how do we provide enough money for the other 40% to pay for these goods and services. This is where Government has a key and growing role (as we become more and more efficient and fewer people can produce all we need).

    Govt can either employ people in various roles or pay unemployment benefits. I would just accept that we no longer need to employ everyone and say allow people over a certain age to retire on a much higher (double or triple) unemployment benefit if they wish. Or pay people to educate themselves etc.

    The other question is how to pay for this (ie the cost of employing or paying the other 40%). One way would be to just tax the employed 60% to exactly equal tax required over a period. But this creates the second problem. And it is clear that many do not understand this point (like Ron Paul) and yet it MUST be understood. Otherwise incorrect recommendation will be made.

    The only way to create non Govt saving is for the Govt to run deficits. The non Govt sector can’t do this as a commercial bank lending always results in an equal debt and credit (asset and liability).

    This is a key to understanding why Govt debt and deficits (or money printing) are in fact essential in an ageing population (if people are to save money).

    And does Govt debt (from Govt deficits) matter. Not in the slightest. Central bank credit, Govt bonds and commercial bank credit can be and should be created from thin air (by accounting entries) as required. The key is to calculate how much debt is required but at present there clearly is not enough debt (or money printing). So higher Govt deficits are needed.

    We (taxpayers and society) all benefit from these deficits for many reasons. We may not agree with how the Govt spends this money but then use democracy to change this.

  67. Al Kyder says:

    Hmmmm I wonder what they have secured/ NATO that is. ??

    They stoler 550,000 barrels of oil in April. Thats all I know of for sure so far.
    Not bad for bunkering.

  68. Youri Carma says:


    Yeah, In fact more deficits are needed and we should vote for more deficits cause how this government is handeling the defecit issue is a disgrace for the human race.

    Question remains: How efficiently create more deficits? I say let the printing press role twice the speed it’s doing now, expand the war effort, higher the bonusses for all bank employees cause they are our only hope for more deficits. Not many catch this last point in particular. People should be mor understanding and graceful for their tremendous expanding defecit effords.

  69. RJ says:


    Your issue seems to be how does the Govt spend money. But an increase in the deficit (or more real money printing) could be achieved by a tax cut especially on the lower income. And higher unemployment payments etc

    But do you agree with the economic logic requiring Govt deficits

  70. Grisu says:

    about the search engine: i use google only if i can‘t get any results
    using ixquick,which is rare and ixquick does not store your url.

  71. Steven Rowlandson says:

    Never allow government to spend more than it collects in taxes and investment income. Never allow them to have social programs except for fully funded pensions for their employees and keep the number of employees to a bare minimum. Never allow government to do any thing that might have unlimited liabilities related to it. May be one day after the financial world as most people know it crashes and burns may be some one will recognise the wisdom of these words. May be.

  72. RJ says:


    “Never allow government to spend more than it collects in taxes and investment income”.

    You can not see the big picture and are instead applying a rule that does not even work for a business or individual (as sometimes they need to go into debt to buy assets or survive)

    But your rule above would be a complete and utter disaster for a country. For the reason that I have explained below. A balanced budget would cause a depression (as happened in the 1930s) and would have to be reversed very quickly but would do untold damage before that happened.

  73. Kwai Chang says:

    Hitler a vegetarian???
    (I didn’t know methamphetamine was a vegetable)

  74. swell says:

    * That was Lauren Lyster, in for Alyona, during Alyona’s Happy Hour, in that playful segment about vaginas.

  75. badsey says:

    buy physical Gold/Silver or other assets and get off fiat = best way to keep your Gov honest.

    That paper silver break over $50 is coming soon and when the silver supply dries up they are in trouble. SLA in the house and stacking.

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