Just for a piece of “no-info info”;
On the show  there was a guy promoting physical p2p networking.
On this program they spoke about Bitcoin (me love) but also about
I had shelved a project of mine, to build a brazilian style open fisher boat, becouse i couldn’t find a fabricater that could work with me.
As it turns out; (ofcourse I asked the fabber if he knew Max Keiser… (i wanted to pay w/ bitcoins) … no he never heard of him. The way this site is set up is that the manufactorer of 3d (3 and 4 ax) milling machines kept track of the buyers of these machines.
I’m linked to these machines (and opperator) through this site. Absolutely perfect!
And it is trew; these machines are setup in someones garage and they make small series of customized stuff. Perfect!
I just picked up foam blocks. I’m now making a box to transport the foam in. Fact is, this fabber is located on the otherside of the country… that’s p2p for ya, i guess ;D…
Thanks again M&S (+crew) and Michel Bauwens.
P.S. I think the boat next door, that i’m going to wash for bitcoins, is getting internet soon. I think I saw a comcast guy there today.
Keep up the good work!
Great to see these lovely coins preserved in pristine condition, housed in their little canisters. They are little works of art in themselves!
@ Alastair Carnegie
Coins are always more valuable in trades in SE Asia, and I dont mean they fetch more money, but they are preferred to bullion, as is jewellery. So in a sale if you have bullion and the other bidder has these coins they win, because coins are preferred
The spot prices are also different, and so are the grades.
You will not be able to use them outside Se Asia, but they mght be worth more money, and I mean their sale value in US Fiat $ etc. They have an artistic and collectors value unlike bullion.
two extremely interesting articles by “Dave” … with so much food for thought !!!
Si Senior Soros. Coin Seigniorage Not Inflationary.
…”Most of the time Dave simply listens to George Soros and expects him to do the opposite of what he says. George has been making the rounds attempting to convince the curious that the end has come for the Eurozone. George’s solution to the problem is an SPV or Special Purpose Vehicle driven presumably by Senior Soros. It would allow the Eurozone to float bonds while allowing for a workaround of the Lisbon Treaty. What could be better?
Well, unless your the citizens of the Eurozone and you’re planning on loading your gold onto the vehicle designed with the special purpose of driving away with your pseudo-sovereign wealth, I would suggest that you don’t endorse this plan. If the “This Time Is Different” meme applies to George’s latest plan, then is Dave suggesting that we do the opposite of George? Not exactly. Dave is suggesting you bone up on the distinction between Federal Reserve Notes issued by the Fed and coins issued by the U. S. Mint.
You see Senior Soros is suggesting that the Euro license their seigniorage rights over to the SPV. Who would ever think that there is a distinction between coinage seigniorage and Federal Reserve Note seniorage? ” ….
full article: http://tradewithdave.com/?p=9915
“…What is Dave digging at here? Senior Soros comments on the impending collapse of the Euro nations and his suggestion of a special purpose vehicle that separates the European Central Bank from its seignoirage really got Dave’s attention within the context of Bitcoin. You see, if Bitcoin is used to solve the double coincidence of wants for convenience items (let’s say the money you spend purchasing gas and a Starbucks and a bit-o-honey candy bar) then it could be established within the realm of “coinage” rather than as a Federal Reserve Note (or dollars). Why would this matter? It would matter big time when you’re talking about Seignoirage because since coins are issued by the U. S. Mint rather than by the Federal Reserve the seignoirage accrues to all the people which has great political appeal.” …..
full article: http://tradewithdave.com/?p=9935
Great Cost of Living Chart
If I live another 30 years. I would need 360 dinars (1,530g or 49.2 ounces) of Gold for rent.
And 2 dirham a day for food = 21,900 dirham (65,152,5g or 2,095 ounces) of Silver for food.
Silver in Perspective
Once upon a time (pre 1970s) we had silver currency in England called shillings, florins, half-crowns and crowns. Those were the days! Decimilsation was cover for a currency collapse I tell ya. o.O
So now I want to go to a Persian restaurant, have the salmon shishkabob, and watch the Kanuta woman do her thing.
Maybe they take silver!
Dang it Max! You’d make Stacy cover her beautiful (and mutant hair) if it raised the price of silver, wood-n-cha?
I saw this video on another blog … I wanted to copy a post from there, of a person who lives in Singapore.
Im a young stacker in my 20s
Live in Singapore
And does not see anything close to what was described
We start accept dirham and dinars?
Tell that to majority of the population and they dont even know what is a dirham or a dina”
So, things are not what they appear to be it seems.
These ladies seem to have liberated themselves from paper currency economic bondage, so when will they throw off the oppression of the head scarves?
@ Happy Dick | April 18, 2012 at 1:54 am |
—-So, things are not what they appear to be it seems.—–
I only see about 2500 views after 3 days. Urban dictionary doesn’t give any specific numbers but it seems ‘viral’ would be more than a couple thousand views in a couple days??
Bromance (Official Music Video)
(Just so’s you know – I never touch another man’s waist. )
@ Happy Dick
Get on the bus dude!! you can swap them for SGD there. Plaza 10 Anson Road, Singapore 079903
@WatchOut …. shillings, florins, half-crowns and crowns. Those were the days! Decimilsation was cover for a currency collapse I tell ya. o.O..
Yep .. 100% correct .
Posted that here many years ago.
You can now buy “real money Crowns, Shillings, etc.” as a memento on Ebay … “real money memories” !
I can’t imagine going to Malaysia. The women are just so damn ugly. It’s a country where everyone looks like a computer geek.
Where to get these in Europe at good rates?
On what started off as a quiet newsless day, my heart is now doing somersaults of joy!
This is the reason why.
Jack Straw sued over illegal rendition of Abdel Hakim Belhadj
By prolonging sanctions and the oil for food programme during the Iraq war, it is reported that, this evil and degenerate human being and puppet of the devil worshipping cabal, was jointly responsible for the deaths of around 1.5 million Iraqui people including 500,000 children under the age of 5.
Justice at last! TONY BLAIR next…. Plea…..ase!
Muslim dirhams and dinars are a growing physical currency trend that the SLA/GLA 100% supports. Ask Muslim merchants if they accept dirham and dinars? -and if they do not identify with said physical currency show them what one is. Explain to Muslim merchants your reason (wars, criminal banks, derivatives, 0% reserve currencies, inflation, IMF country takeover) to use dirham and dinars over fiat currency. Explain how a physical currency protects people and their sovereign country from an IMF takeover.
Muslim merchants can set out signs that say they accept dirham and dinar.
I am a big believer in mint coins because coin weight, shape (diameter/thickness) and overall features can be measured to assure authenticity. -A big deal when gold is so $$$$ -and maybe a good reason to choose silver $$ over gold.
If every good Muslim started stacking dirhams and dinars today these physical wars and financial takeovers would end today. If the Libyan people stacked more I would like to think Quadaffi/Gov would have been less of a takeover target for globalists. By having your money/values in fiat you are supporting the financial terrorists who have an unlimited printing capability to support their criminal causes.
People, what the Hell is Max talking about!!! I live in Singapore. There is nobody using anything apart from Singapore Dollars to purchase things here. No shops accept these silver and gold coins. Besides, buying them still requires a 7% GST. I like the idea of accumulating physical gold and silver, but there is a fine line between fighting for your course and outright lying!!!!!!!
“Wahrheit | April 18, 2012 at 12:48 pm |
I can’t imagine going to Malaysia. The women are just so damn ugly. It’s a country where everyone looks like a computer geek.”
“gman | April 18, 2012 at 2:11 am |
These ladies seem to have liberated themselves from paper currency economic bondage, so when will they throw off the oppression of the head scarves?”
These kinds of comments are just uncalled for. The first is racist and the second just appalls me for its sheer lack of awareness and understanding that the ladies choose to put on those head scarves, and whether or not you believe in the ideology or agree with the religion that requires them to do so, they have absolutely every right to put it on and cover themselves as much as the so-called ‘liberated’ western women have the ‘right’ to expose themselves on the streets.
gman: those women CHOOSE to wear their headscarve and they seem happy & proud to wear it. banning the hijab in countries like France & such when they preach for FREEDOM of religion, now THATS an oppression