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The Financial Crisis Of 2016 Rolls On – China, Oil, Copper And Junk Bonds All Continue To Crash

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Buy Sell - Public DomainNever before have we seen a year start like this.  On Monday, Chinese stocks crashed once again.  The Shanghai Composite Index plummeted another 5.29 percent, and this comes on the heels of two historic single day crashes last week.  All of this chaos over in China is one of the factors that continues to push commodity prices even lower.  Today the price of copper fell another 2.40 percent to $1.97, and the price of oil continued to implode.  At one point the price of U.S. oil plunged all the way down to $30.99 a barrel before rebounding just a little bit.  As I write this article, oil is down a total of 6.12 percent for the day and is currently sitting at $31.13.  U.S. stocks were mixed on Monday, but it is important to note that the Russell 2000 did officially enter bear market territory.  This is yet another confirmation of what I was talking about yesterday.  And junk bonds continue to plummet.  As I write this, JNK is down to 33.42.  All of these numbers are huge red flags that are screaming that big trouble is ahead.  Unfortunately, the mainstream media continues to insist that there is absolutely nothing to be concerned about.

A little over a year ago, I wrote an article that explained that anyone that believed that low oil prices were good for the economy was “crazy“.  At the time, many people really didn’t understand what I was trying to communicate, but now it is becoming exceedingly clear.  On Monday, one veteran oil and gas analyst told CNBC that “half of U.S. shale oil producers could go bankrupt” over the next couple of years…

Half of U.S. shale oil producers could go bankrupt before the crude market reaches equilibrium, Fadel Gheit, said Monday.

The senior oil and gas analyst at Oppenheimer & Co. said the “new normal oil price” could be 50 to 100 percent above current levels. He ultimately sees crude prices stabilizing near $60, but it could be more than two years before that happens.

By then it will be too late for many marginal U.S. drillers, who must drill into and break up shale rock to release oil and gas through a process called hydraulic fracturing. Fracking is significantly more expensive than extracting oil from conventional wells.

Since the last recession, the energy industry has been the number one producer of good paying jobs in this country.

Now that those firms are starting to drop like flies, what is that going to mean for employment in America?

Just today, a huge coal company filed for bankruptcy, and so did a U.S. unit of commodity trading giant Glencore.  The following comes from Zero Hedge

While the biggest bankruptcy story of the day is this morning’s chapter 11 filing by Arch Coal, one which would trim $4.5 billion in debt from its balance sheet while handing over the bulk of the post-reorg company to its first-lien holders as part of the proposed debt-for-equity exchange, the reality is that the Arch default was widely anticipated by the market.

However, another far less noted and perhaps far more significant bankruptcy filing was that of Sherwin Alumina Co., a U.S. unit of commodity trading giant Glencore PLC, whose troubles have been extensively detailed on these pages. The stated reason for this far more troubling chapter 11 was “challenging market conditions” which is one way to describe an industry in which just one remaining U.S. smelter will be left in operation after Alcoa shut down its Warrick Country smelting ops last week.

A spokesman for Glencore, which owns the entire business, said the commodities producer and trader is “supportive of the restructuring process undertaken by Sherwin and is hopeful of an outcome that will allow for the continued operation of the Sherwin facility.”

We desperately need prices for oil and other commodities to rebound significantly.  Unfortunately, that does appear to be likely to happen any time soon.  In fact, according to CNN we could soon see the price of oil fall quite a bit more…

The strengthening U.S. dollar could send oil plunging to $20 per barrel.

That’s the view of analysts at Morgan Stanley. In a report published Monday, they say a 5% increase in the value of the dollar against a basket of currencies could push oil down by between 10% and 25% — which would mean prices falling by as much as $8 per barrel.

If prices for oil and other commodities keep falling, what is going to happen?

Well, Gina Martin Adams of Wells Fargo Securities says that what is happening right now reminds her of the correction of 1998

Recent market volatility has dredged up memories of previous times of turmoil, most notably the 2008 crisis. But Gina Martin Adams of Wells Fargo Securities has been reminded of another, less dramatic correction year — 1998.

Adams posits that the current economic environment is suffering from themes that also played out in 1998, including falling oil prices, a rising U.S. dollar and troubles in emerging markets. Consequently, stocks may see a similar move to the 1998 correction, which saw a 20 percent drop for stocks over six weeks.

To me, it is much more serious than that.  Just before U.S. stocks crashed horribly in 2008, we saw Chinese stocks crash, the price of oil crashed, commodity prices crashed, and junk bonds crashed really hard.

All of those things are happening again, and yet most of the “experts” continue to refuse to see the warning signs.

In fact, the mainstream media is full of articles that are telling people not to panic while the financial markets crumble all around them…

There’s no need to make big moves in response to the recent volatility. “Regular folks should take on a long-term view and avoid trying to anticipate short-term market movements,” says Stephen Horan, the managing director of credentialing at CFA Institute. “There is almost no evidence to suggest that professionals can do it effectively and a plethora of evidence suggesting individuals do it poorly.”

They want “regular folks” to keep holding on to their investments as the “smart money” dumps their stocks at a staggering pace.

A little more than six months ago, I predicted that “our problems will only be just beginning as we enter 2016″, and that is turning out to be dead on correct.

The financial crisis that began during the second half of last year is greatly accelerating, and yet most of the population continues to be in denial even though the average stock price has already fallen by more than 20 percent.

Hopefully it will not take another 20 percent decline before people begin to wake up.

  • CASTIEL

    well…..those chinks….deserve all that….those little monkeys that invaded us with their crap products destroying our economy at least here in the UE…by cheap products because they enslave their workers who works 15 hours in a day…..and 7 days in a weak for a bag of rice……lets do a countdown and see if they start falling down from bulidings :)

    • Bob Johansen

      I think people are starting to realize that everything from China breaks within 3 hours to 11 months, so they keep receipts and shop at stores with easy breezey return policies. I don’t know, when I was a kid in the 90’s people were still kind of flabbergasted when things broke quickly, and just considered it a “fluke.” I would hope not anymore. Does the Gov. still make taxes on returns?

      • CASTIEL

        A lot of countries in the EU allow those chinks open their shops without paying any taxes…..because China invested money in these countries and thats a way to pay that debt….but other shops will close…the factories of these countries will shut down…people loose their work……in the end that country slowly dies….I once worked to a Chinese ……and they are animals…..i just hope China dont have more power…and they collapse entirelly

        • Bob Johansen

          Yea, in NYC Chinatown they sell bootleg illegal DVD’s on the side of the road in front of cops. Your Chinese made Folex watch would last long enough to time how long it took for me (white guy) to get arrested anywhere else!

  • Tired

    My brain hurts, but I am not stressed as the Plunge Protection Team. They seem to be working around the clock. Things seem to be unfolding quickly.

    • Bob Johansen

      Does that mean that the government buys stocks? Sorry, I am a newb.

      • Project Zeta

        In short, yes. Government props up the flailing markets. Google ‘Plunge Protection Team’ for more concise information…

        • Bob Johansen

          Ah, so Mark Levin being all over Reagan’s Jock Strap was hypocritical after all. E.O. to meddle in the free market and cause the things it was setup to avoid. Is that about right?

          • Project Zeta

            The whole world is a stage….

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            and the theater is ON FIRE……..

      • Tired

        The Plunge Protection originated under the Reagan years I believe. They interviewed a 41 year broker last month or so on the last big drop. He said “I have never seen anything like it. The stocks dropped and then tick – tick – they climbed again” These are the things that may interest you.

        A Fox business regular- stated awhile back – The Treasury sells and the several days later someone in the federal system buys it back. he said there were numbers on the certificates.

        The Netherlands buy more US treasuries than there GDP- strange – Does anyone else have anything to add to straighten out my misguided view?

        • Bill G Wilminton NC

          That buyer is BELGIUM……all is fake!

  • Tim

    I cannot reconcile these facts with what I see in my area. I live in the upstate of South Carolina. Today as I was driving to a local park where I walk I saw so much new construction in the area. There’s a new Planet Fitness, a new QuikTrip (gas station), and a new Walmart! (There are now 3 Walmarts in a certain town here in the upstate.) And there are new housing developments going up all over the place. Many of these new homes are in the $200-$300k range. I just don’t know where the people who are buying these homes are working to support their lifestyles. I don’t get it.

    • toothless

      tim, i live in new York,..and i see the same thing,..malls filled to capacity,..new construction everywhere. i don’t get it

      • Bill G Wilminton NC

        mall traffic might be good as gas is so cheap so lets go to the mall but the spending is way down.

    • Paul Patriot

      Tim, I hear what you are saying. I am sure you may have visited Charlotte, NC area, it’s the same here…. lots of building, and developments , and many are ranging from $300-$500. I just don’t get it either, curious as to what these folks do. I do know Charlotte is becoming the top banking area in the nation, but, for schmucks like me with no big degree, the jobs in Charlotte area are like, $10-$13/ hr and the cost of living here is way above what that pay scale can support.

      • Bill G Wilminton NC

        Retirees from the North…………

    • Bill G Wilminton NC

      Retirees from the north……..I have a friend with a very normal house say 250 range with 13,000 taxes in NJ…..my question is who are the buyers……

  • Rufus T Firefly

    Market takes a minor dip of 9% after a rally of 220% over 6 years and the preppers and doomsday weirdos are going hysterical??? Get a grip on yourselves!! Markets occasionally go down, maybe every fifth year.

    I’m having fun buying even more stocks with my savings on gas….not getting any gas guzzlers or fancy restaurant meals like so many of the humanoids.

    • Bob Johansen

      I don’t see how you can compare these times to past times. There is something seriously spiritually wrong going on in the U.S. It’s like Debouched close-to-collapse Rome. All Fiat Currencies eventually fail.

    • CASTIEL

      Really???its not just a question of market…its how many jobs are avaliable and the increase of the population in the planet …more tecnhology less jobs…..we are 7 billion people…and increasing….you think there is enough recourses or jobs for everyone??????have you forgot the debt that exist worldwide.??????we are not weirdos we just have our eyes open……..but you are a sheep…that refuse to see the real problem

    • Mondobeyondo

      Re: Michael’s post from yesterday…
      The stock market as a whole, may be down “only” 9% (which is huge!) – but many individual stocks are down 20% or more. Yikes!!

  • Mondobeyondo

    The commodities collapse appears to be in full effect.
    It won’t be too long before paper and digital (stocks, bonds, 401(k), etc.) follow suit. This is one time when I really, really hope I’m wrong… unfortunately, my gut instinct says, “Tsunami warning!”

  • Bill

    BDI down to 415. The descent continues.

  • Kim

    I’ve been waiting for this for a long time. And now I’m
    Not so sure I want it. It’s going to interesting how this plays out.

    • Bob Johansen

      It’s time to shed the light on the darkness. I can’t live in a sea of denial & ignorance anymore. If someone calls me “Doom and Gloom” one more time I am just going to start wearing a helmet in public and hit my head against stuff.

      • jsmith

        I’m in the same spot Bob. Even when the stock market goes down and I point it out to friends and family, they point out that that’s part of the game, that is that it goes down, and then it goes up. Most don’t have any stock, thank God, but the consequences of a stock collapse will affect a lot of people as businesses start laying off more people. Then you have the msm media telling us how many more jobs were created this year, but then stores are closing. Was it like this during the depression? Was FDR in his fireside chats telling people how everything was coming up roses, while the nation sank into a deeper depression?

        • afchief

          The media and government are lying about unemployment. The job market out there is bad!!!

          Nearly half of college grads are underemployed. But they’re not literally baristas

          http://www.marketwatch. com/story/there-really-arent-many-baristas-with-college-degrees-research-finds-2016-01-11

        • tom

          Most don’t have stock? Maybe direct ownership they don’t, but if they have a 401K/457/403B etc they may through mutual funds. If they are fortunate to have a pension, they may also

        • sistersoldier

          The most sound comment I think I have read on this post. Well said.

      • Bill G Wilminton NC

        ha ha lol….. you know the truth but some people would sit on the deck of a sinking ship….what can you do….not much.

        • Bob Johansen

          Well John The Revelator and George Carlin were also “Gloom & Doomers” so I guess were are in good company
          Galatians 4:16
          Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?

      • SunnyFlaSnotress

        Please post a video of that Bob.
        I always enjoy a good laugh.

        • Rorschach

          “Please post a video of you banging your head in public, Bob.”

          I think that is better suited for you troll.

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            Bob volunteered

          • Rorschach

            No actually he didn’t. But since you want to claim that you might as well have volunteered.

        • Bob Johansen

          Haven’t held a gun or rifle since boy scout camp many years ago. So for the video, should I wear my Mickey Mouse matching sweatsuit, or my Tweedle-Dee Tweedle-Dum costume?

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            I prefer the Tweedle look.. kinda bored w/Mickey being in Florida and all.

      • Lennie Pike

        Haven’t you heard? “It’s all good” Even evil. Even evil is good.

        “Hi guys.” There’s another one I like to hear when my wife (a woman) and I are greeted by people I don’t even want to be within 50 yards of anymore. They do an awful lot of driving in my lane also – completely in my lane. Never learned the rules of the road either – totally clueless at a four way stop. I think they are what you call Zombies – I think they don’t even know other people are real or that they even exist – only themselves and what they want for immediate gratification – right now!

        They are very stupid too: Firearm reviewer Hickok 45 on youtube has a good Zombie kill as it appears slowly making it’s approach from down in a valley. Unfortunately I think soon there is a chance he may be correct.

      • sistersoldier

        Don’t give them the satisfaction.

    • Phil from Germany

      Yes the big question, how will this play out ?. The last time it happend was the crash of the Roman Empire, about 1700 years ago. Incedently, the crash then was for exact the same reasons as now. Mankind stood still, infact went backwards, for quite a while after that. Going to happen again ?

      • Jasmine

        Fun fact: predictions were made the the Roman empire would collapse in 120 years. So people waited and waited and passed these stories down to their children, and so on. Then when the 120th year came to pass, people stopped tilling the fields, etc. Cause why bother, the empire will collapse, right?

        Of course, this was for naught because it did not collapse until it was about 1000 years old.

        So fear not young grasshoppers. In my estimation the United States of Amerika has a ways to go before the inevitable happens.

        • Bill G Wilminton NC

          Wrong the roman empire was strong financially and culturally for a couple hundred years…….slowly the morals collapsed and then homosexuality was accepted in politics, government and military, foreigners became a large percentage of the population, the currency was slowly debased………..WAIT A MINUTE that sounds like THE USA

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            The reasons for the fall of the Roman Empire are still argued.
            Many believe it was due to invasions by Germanic tribes which along with overspending and higher taxation led people to emigrate. It got tougher to capture and keep slaves. The worker base diminished.

          • Servus

            The pattern: first morality goes, then the economy, then the government. Rome was a prefigurement of today. Once a society becomes so corrupt and willingly transgresses God’s laws, it ultimately collapses.

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            Rome was a slave-based society.. we are not. You can blame things on women’s hemlines, but we all know that’s phallacious.

          • Rorschach

            “Rome was a slave-based society.. we are not. ”

            Indirect slavery is also a form of slavery. It’s too bad you can’t grasp that concept troll nor can you grasp what indebtedness is.

          • seer

            Thank you for that. We are still a slave society. The slavery is just prettied up a bit to not rile us up into action.

          • Rorschach

            The masses are kept in the dark and distracted and misinformed while the slavery (debt slavery) continues.

          • Seer

            And that Rorschach is the absolute truth. Ironically most love being a slave. As long as they believe it is benefiting themselves and their family in some way.

            Whether it is to the supposed education system (dontcha know it is the key to success after all), religious system they blindly follow (my god will save me and I will live forever and ever, amen), political system (mine is better than yours), etc, etc, etc.

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            “The Senate passed the amendment on April 8, 1864, by a vote of 38 to 6; two Democrats, Reverdy Johnson of Maryland and James Nesmith of Oregon voted “aye.” However, just over two months later on June 15, the House failed to do so, with 93 in favor and 65 against, thirteen votes short of the two-thirds vote needed for passage; the vote split largely along party lines, with Republicans supporting and Democrats opposing.[25] In the 1864 presidential race, former Free Soil Party candidate John C. Frémont threatened a third-party run opposing Lincoln, this time on a platform endorsing an anti-slavery amendment. The Republican Party platform had, as yet, failed to include a similar plank, though Lincoln endorsed the amendment in a letter accepting his nomination.[26][27] Fremont withdrew from the race on September 22, 1864 and endorsed Lincoln.[28]” wiki

          • dlewenz

            Good Post You Go Sunny!

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            It’s called the 13th Amendment
            Would you like me to post it?

            13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

            Thomas Nast’s celebration of the emancipation of Southern slaves with the end of the Civil War.
            Thomas Nast.
            Emancipation.
            Philadelphia: S. Bott, 1865.
            Wood engraving.
            Prints and Photographs Division.
            Reproduction Number:
            LC-USZ62-2573
            The 13th Amendment to the Constitution declared that “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.” Formally abolishing slavery in the United States, the 13th Amendment was passed by the Congress on January 31, 1865, and ratified by the states on December 6, 1865.”

          • Rorschach

            Not that you would know what it is Sunny the troll.

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            Michael; PLEASE do something about Rorschach taking all these discussion sections hostage. Rorschach is obviously a troll being paid for every misleading obfuscating rant he/she posts. I know you are trying to be the bigger person by allowing all to have a say on this thread, but we’re at (and have been at for quite some time) the point where Rorschach is clearly not interested in offering any opinion at all (pro or con) to the debate. Please block Rorschach so the rest of us who care about the topics posted here can continue the discussion without constantly getting insulted. Thanks for your consideration on this.

          • Rorschach

            Nice copy paste there. Should I call you out again for plagiarizing a post by another commenter?

          • Rorschach

            Here is the original post by another commentator:

            “Daddyotis • 2 days ago

            Michael; PLEASE do something about Snotress taking all these discussion sections hostage. Sunny is obviously a troll being paid for every misleading obfuscating rant he/she posts. I know you are trying to be the bigger person by allowing all to have a say on this thread, but we’re at (and have been at for quite some time) the point where Snotress is clearly not interested in offering any opinion at all (pro or con) to the debate. Please block Snotress so the rest of us who care about the topics posted here can continue the discussion without constantly getting insulted. Thanks for your consideration on this.”

            Taken from here:

            /archives/stock-markets-all-over-the-world-crash-as-we-begin-2016#disqus_thread

          • merrileerj

            yep when i read snotty’s “please Michael” I remembered the post….lol, that’s plagiarism (sp) isn’t it?

          • Rorschach

            It is and the funny part is that it’s so easily found out.

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            Sue me 😉

          • Jill

            Debt, whether we are willing to be introspective and admit it or not, is largely a choice. Conscripted labor, via slavery, was not.

          • Rorschach

            I wouldn’t exactly call those working several jobs a choice and indirect slavery and indebtedness a choice necessarily.

          • Jill

            Unless they are beaten and robbed of all avenues of egress and liberty, I believe comparing even the poorest American to an enslaved man-past or present-to be engaging in hyperbole. You’re free to disagree, of course.

          • sistersoldier

            Please enlighten those of us who are curious. How is debt a choice? Inquiring minds want to know. The average child born today owes $13,000 before he or she takes their first breath of air. As living souls we must eat, bath, go to school and take care of our physical bodies. I for one would love to know how this is possible without incurring debt?

          • Jill

            I will reiterate. My comment referenced consumer debt, which is the result of choice.

          • Bob Johansen

            How about spiritual slavery as opposed to physical slavery? One day you will die and your body will go back to the dust. All that will be left is your soul/consciousness. There are two dimensions co-existing and intertwined with one another: the physical, and the spiritual. Social Constructs, media brainwashing, government debt, sexual confusion and hyperstimulation all creates spiritual slavery. If I want to take a “jumping-jack break” instead of a cigarette break out behind the mall between shifts, I look like a nut. Why? Spiritual Slavery. The man paying tariffs through the nose to give himself cancer looks completely sane compared to me. Why? Spiritual Slavery. Get out of the Flesh and look for Jesus in the spirit.

          • Bob Johansen

            Debt is not a choice. The FRB subsidizes massive amounts of Government Debt Interest that we have to pay off with income and property tax. Slaves in past times got room and board, but modern debt slaves have to pay for that too. Then people are brainwashed into spending money at the movies and to get cable TV, just to be brainwashed even more. Not to mention buying disgustingly overpriced Air Jordan sneakers just to be a walking billboard. I’ll walk around in public with air Jordans on for 80 bucks a day.

          • Jill

            I am specifically referencing consumer debt and hope that clears up the rationale behind my comment for you.

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            Rorschach posts on every one of your blogs, Micheal. He/she/it is a total troll. All I see from that nincompoop is MSM bull$hit. I guarantee that if he was banned from posting here, no one would shed a tear. (Except his mommy who is upstairs cooking his spaghetti with Jimmy Dean sausage and pouring his chocolate milk.) We are tired of the BS and running out of time. Time is short.

          • Rorschach

            “You’ve done a great job trying to wake the masses to the horrible corruption of our ‘economy’ and all I see from that nincompoop is MSM bull$hit”

            Says the same troll who called out Michael many times before? Or should I mention how you said Michael was wrong about everything and should I quote you word by word troll. Stop trying to pretend to do a 180 here nobody is buying it.

            As for saying I only post MSM you couldn’t be farther from the truth.

            Now get lost troll.

          • Rorschach

            Hilarious how when you are called out how you edit your post. Don’t worry many other posters noticed how you plagiarized.

          • Phil from Germany

            The Roman empire had slaves, was nort slaved based. True slaves of today are called….Bank debtors

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            wiki “Slavery in ancient Rome played an important role in society and the economy. Besides manual labor, slaves performed many domestic services, and might be employed at highly skilled jobs and professions. Teachers, accountants, and physicians were often slaves. Greek slaves in particular might be highly educated. Unskilled slaves, or those sentenced to slavery as punishment, worked on farms, in mines, and at mills. Their living conditions were brutal, and their lives short.”

          • sistersoldier

            True, very true.

          • algol2000

            What do you call people whose wages are compulsorily garnished even before taxes? What about those sent to prison on flimsy charges that they did not commit. And those who pay obnoxious taxes out of income that is barely enough? Or those who took humongous amounts of debt to study at school and yet can’t find a job, and also cannot file for bankruptcy?

            Please tell me that the USA is not a slave colony again.

          • Servus

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            My country tis of thee,
            Sweet land of liberty,
            Of thee I sing.
            Land where my fathers died!
            Land of the Pilgrim’s pride!
            From every mountain side,
            Let freedom ring!

            My native country, thee,
            Land of the noble free,
            Thy name I love.
            I love thy rocks and rills,
            Thy woods and templed hills;
            My heart with rapture fills
            Like that above.

            Let music swell the breeze,
            And ring from all the trees
            Sweet freedom’s song.
            Let mortal tongues awake;
            Let all that breathe partake;
            Let rocks their silence break,
            The sound prolong.

          • Jill

            If it played a tangible role, it was likely the exacerbation of the low fecundity rate, leading to a demographic collapse.

          • seer

            No Bill you are WRONG, WRONG, WRONG. End times predictions are as old as the world. Google it and enlighten yourself a little bit.

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            We are in the last days of ” The End Times ” .

            ALL IN THE BIBLE ……certain conditions had to happen before the final countdown would begin…. the biggest condition was that The Jewish people in one day would have their country back that happened in 1948. The State of ISRAEL was created in one day….just as it said in the Bible tic toc tic toc.

            Look at the condition of the world right now. The mid-east is in flames and the major players starting with Russia, Iran, and all the others are mentioned by name in the Bible and the parts they play.

            Read a Bible to prove to yourself that it is INCORRECT and you will be in for a surprise.
            Shalom

          • sistersoldier

            “But the natural man receives not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.”

            I’m on your side.

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Thank you sister………
            Shalom

          • Gay Veteran

            foolishness? find that ark yet?

          • Gay Veteran

            fairy tales for the weak minded

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Just people who have a belief different than yours…….and respect your belief but definitely do not agree nor celebrate it.

            Are you comfortable with the Muslims handling of homosexuality

          • Gay Veteran

            “…Are you comfortable with the Muslims handling of homosexuality”

            are you comfortable with the Muslims handling of women?

            No? and what are you going to do about it?

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            The Muslims handling of homosexuality and woman is barbaric and against the laws of Yahwah ( GOD) you must say Yahwah as the muslims use the name of God indiscrimianaterly. You see if you know the Jewish roots of Christianity you know that the word God is a TITLE like general etc. But He has a real name and it is Yahwah not Allah and He has a son named Yeshua ( Jesus).

            If I had my way I would shut down every mosque in the country and ban Muslim head coverings and make every person swear on a BIBLE their allegiance to the Constitution of The USA. They should all be gone except for those that swear allegiance but under something called taquiah they can LIE…..

            Islam is an Ideology designed to not assimilate but to takeover and we are playing right into their hands . I study under some very well informed teachers of beware of Islam. These are professional instructors from Act for America oranized by Brigitte Gabriel .

          • Gay Veteran

            “…The Muslims handling of homosexuality and woman is barbaric and against the laws of Yahwah ( GOD)….”
            and for over 80% of the history of Christianity the handling of gays and women was also bad
            “…If I had my way I would shut down every mosque in the country and ban Muslim head coverings and make every person swear on a BIBLE their allegiance to the Constitution of The USA….”
            then YOU oppose the Constitution

            “…Islam is an Ideology designed to not assimilate but to takeover and we are playing right into their hands….”
            very simple solution which does not rely on religious bigotry: ban immigration since we don’t enough jobs for our own people

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Even swearing an oath on The Constitution is no good because under taquiah THEY can LIE….How about a pig as the national animal. lol.

          • Gay Veteran

            again: and for over 80% of the history of Christianity the handling of gays and women was also bad

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            We all sin…….but GAYS have chosen a SINFUL LIFESTYLE day in day out others may be an adulterer or fornicator etc etc.

            The 80% of the history is confusing to me…… because up until 1973 homosexuality was considered a mental disorder and not a prominent issue. So it was not something that people really spoke about, just like a married man thinking about the babe in the next pew……….

            Woman……have been and are free under Christianity.

            Wht dont you talk about the treatment of woman under Islam now thats a nice topic.

          • Gay Veteran

            “We all sin…….but GAYS have chosen a SINFUL LIFESTYLE….”

            sorry junior but that’s your OPINION since even many of your fellow Christians disagree with you.

            “…The 80% of the history is confusing to me….”

            oh? don’t you know your history of how women were treated by Christians?

            “…because up until 1973 homosexuality was considered a mental disorder and not a prominent issue….”

            well of course it wasn’t a prominent issue among heterosexuals!
            pre-1973 reflective of the bigotry of the times

            “…Woman……have been and are free under Christianity…..”

            when?

            “…Wht dont you talk about the treatment of woman under Islam now thats a nice topic.”

            it is awful, and none of your business unless you intend to march down to your local army recruiting center and SIGN UP

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            So tell me about how Christians treated woman……your complaints plse.
            Our culture is sliding into oblivion and by design, homosexuality, adultery, fornication, etc etc are just different brands of grease on the slide.
            Now young kids ( 8-12) are told that they can pick their sex so in school johnny becomes joanne and uses the ladies room ha ha that one is labeled super sonic grease.
            All is by design and people lost like you walk around thinking things are getting better but really we just inch closer and closer to oblivion.
            All these fallen pressures on culture are leading to falling birth rates I believe the US is getting close to 1.6 at a certain number there is no turning back. That civilization just dies out in 60-70 years. All by design and relying on the stupidity of man.

          • Gay Veteran

            “So tell me about how Christians treated woman……your complaints plse….”

            EDUCATE yourself!

            “…Our culture is sliding into oblivion and by design, homosexuality, adultery, fornication, etc etc are just different brands of grease on the slide….”

            during the court trials regarding marriage equality for gays, the opponents were INCAPABLE of explaining how equality would negatively affect marriage

            “…All is by design and people lost like you walk around thinking things are getting better but really we just inch closer and closer to oblivion….”

            nope, fully awake to what is happening. Our government is now fascist (merger of state and corporate powers), the middle class and the economy is being destroyed due to corporations shipping MILLIONS of American jobs overseas, our country being flooded with immigrants (illegal and legal) thus forcing wages down, empire abroad and the national securing/surveillance state at home, etc., etc., etc. And NONE of that is due to Teh Gays.

            “…All these fallen pressures on culture are leading to falling birth rates I believe the US is getting close to 1.6 at a certain number there is no turning back. That civilization just dies out in 60-70 years. All by design and relying on the stupidity of man.”

            the only stupidity was you claiming we die out in 60-70 years

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Meant reaching the impossible to bring back birth percentage number that I believe Japan and Italy have already reached.

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            And PORK as a National Dish served in every school and prison.

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            There is no such thing as bigotry when you are defending your mother daughter, children , and country. NONE and until people get this we are in serious trouble. BIGOTRY my azz this about SURVIVAL !.

            The Muslims do not assimilate……sure some do but it is not the laybacks of ANY movement that decide the MOVE and you are talking about a group 35 % that express the opinion that suicide bombing is allowable to accomplish their IDEOLOGICAL GOAL of world domination and that is what Islam means SUBMISSION.

          • Gay Veteran

            very simple solution which does NOT rely on religious bigotry:
            ban immigration since we don’t enough jobs for our own people

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Islam is an Ideology to take over the world …….maybe you have not realized it yet but Europe is GONE it is just a matter of time now.

            We are going to collapse financially by DESIGN for NWO.

            The world is not a pretty place and getting uglier by the hour.

            You speak of religious bigotry while they are cutting heads off……you dont get it.

          • Gay Veteran

            I have no illusions about radical Islam.

            Do you understand WHY there are Muslim refugees coming into Europe?

            It is because of OUR wars of aggression against Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, etc.

            America, the biggest threat to peace on the planet.

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Yes this is true…..the US has been taken over by a shadow government that has an agenda NWO….it took THEM many many years to get to the position of no longer being a Conspiracy……as all is NOW done out in the open and STILL many many people do not see.

            Remember that NWO premise is WE will bring peace to the world by One world gov, one world religion, one world currency.

            And on top of the one world gov will be the one world leader 666.

          • Gay Veteran

            “…one world leader 666.”

            oh my, LOL

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            6 is the number of man………its sad there are many things that you do not know but could……all in the Bible.

          • awb22

            you’re wasting your breath on that reprobate. God will deal with him in due course.

          • Gay Veteran

            yep, bet you got all “excited” typing reprobate.

            poor thing, sooooo afraid of death you’ll believe anything

          • awb22

            keep telling your self that

          • Gay Veteran

            I don’t read bad fiction

          • awb22

            They’re coming because EU allowed them. The biggest threat to peace is ignorance.

          • Gay Veteran

            yes, ignorance of the intentions of American neo-cons who want to rule the world

          • awb22

            what are you going to do about it? I suggest staying in the closet.

            Muslims are also monotheist, which supposed xtians left in the dust in the 3rd century.

          • Gay Veteran

            I’m going to do NOTHING about, because we need to stop our wars of aggression in the Middle East and North Africa

          • Lennie Pike

            You probably just responded to an enemy troll Bill.

          • Lennie Pike

            You done good though not responding to it under it’s usual name.

          • Lennie Pike

            Any commentator with a new name should be suspect of being a new troll or the same old ones using different names. IMO they should not replied to until they have demonstrated they are lovers of the truth or at least are making an attempt.

            The one thing these have in common is that they are liars just like their boss – and I’m not thinking Soros.

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Do blog site trolls live under a bridge ?

          • Lennie Pike

            No, beause they don’t live at all, they’re already dead.

            Just like Charles Manson stated in a interview shown on T.V., when asked about the death penalty, with a stupid look on his face: “You can’t kill me, I’m already dead”.

            At least he was speaking the truth, he knew that he had not been born again.

            Like that answer?

          • Gay Veteran

            and I just responded to the mentally challenged

          • Lennie Pike

            Wrong again. Check the time of day, or the day that is listed by TECB for each comment. My comment to Bill G Willminton NC concerned his comment to someone else way earlier – not you.

          • Gay Veteran

            my apologies then

          • Lennie Pike

            Accepted!

          • awb22

            by the mentally challenged, now there’s an enigma wrapped in a riddle for you.

          • Gay Veteran

            typical bigot, blame Teh Gays

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Up until 1973 homosexuality was considered a mental disease……..I call it a sin and the same sin as ADULTERY. No offense meant it is my belief.

            I also believe thru research that the LGBT are working the ropes to get pedophilia not a crime. Whether same sex or not.

            So we can look forward to LGBT P pedophilia coming up and then add a B for bestiality ….LGBTPB and what next…..

          • Gay Veteran

            “Up until 1973 homosexuality was considered a mental disease….”
            yep, easy to oppress a minority

            “…I also believe thru research that the LGBT are working the ropes to get pedophilia not a crime. Whether same sex or not….”

            wow, reminds me of “blood libel”, typical of your kind

            “…So we can look forward to LGBT P pedophilia coming up and then add a B for bestiality….”

            interesting that bestiality always pops into the mind of your kind

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Listen you call yourself gay veteran… no one cares that you are gay do you get it.
            Other people do not call themselves straight veteran, hetero veteran , not gay veteran.
            This is not a Muslim country you are allowed to do/be as gay as you want you can even have flames coming out your butt. We dont care but it does not make it moral and YES I can have an opinion on morality. In this country I can say what I believe.
            So when I say that I believe that the collapse in morals was one leg causing the collapse of Rome. And it is one leg leading to the collapse of this ONCE great country The USA.
            So when someone mentions Bible you should say thanks as The Bible gave you the right to SIN it is your choice. There are 79 countries where homosexuality is not legal and Russia has severe restrictions on how homosexuality is presented to youth. The entire MUSLIM world the penalty on homosexuality is death.
            And the once great USA now floundering in the mud and perversion is allowing more and more Muslims in. The life expectancy of a obvious homosexual is Dearborn Michigan is 0. Sharia law says it.

          • Gay Veteran

            “…Other people do not call themselves straight veteran, hetero veteran , not gay veteran….”

            oh, I’m sorry, didn’t realize I had to get your permission for my screenname

            “…So when I say that I believe that the collapse in morals was one leg causing the collapse of Rome. And it is one leg leading to the collapse of this ONCE great country The USA….”

            who knew Teh Gays were sooooo powerful!
            try offering some PROOF instead of your religious based bigotry (your “blood libel” above)

            “…There are 79 countries where homosexuality is not legal….”

            and where are those countries located? Africa? Middle East? real bastions of civilization, eh

          • awb22

            so you defend sodomy? interesting since the OT and the first chapter of the first book of the new testament, Romans, are quite clear about it. Hate yourself and god much?

          • Gay Veteran

            hey Einstein, heterosexuals engage in sodomy.

            but you want to stop it, like a good little ayatollah wannabe

          • awb22

            typical sodomite, point the finger at everyone else.

          • Gay Veteran

            I’ll pretend that made any sense

          • Gay Veteran

            Polly gets all “excited” typing sodomite

        • Horiboyable .

          While I love stories from yesteryear your little antidote is not factual. The Roman Empire collapsed for the same reasons the west will collapse; unfunded commitments. Roman soldiers were promised generous pensions and when the state couldn’t afford them because they were never funded the army ransacked its own people. USA today has so much debt that mathematically it is impossible for Americans to pay this debt off. US Governments response to this issue, FACTA. Where they chase US citizens around the world for any bank account they may have. Boris Johnson a Tory MP here in the UK was born in the USA but left when he was two years old but still had American citizenship, 50 years later he sold his house in London and was subject to capital gains tax, he gave up his USA citizenship. USA has destroyed Swiss Banks by forcing officials there to hand over names of USA citizens so they could tax them. Then fining the bank, who would want to buy a Swiss bank now, you might get a big fine from the USA government. Romans did exactly the same to their citizens. They taxed them until they simply walked away from their homes with whatever assets they could carry. All these terrorist laws are simply a way for the state to look at your personal information because they are chasing tax.

        • alan

          The problem is defining collapse. America will always be here. There will always be an economy. Usually a new systems starts to rise before the old one dies. The same people who caused this mess will likely be the ones who will start the new one. Yes we could self destruct, but I think people are lazy and will try to keep things the same and we will start all over again. Human nature not logic will dictate who things turn out.

      • SunnyFlaSnotress

        So Phil, what do you think the odds are that governments will fall and the Pope will take control again like after the fall of the Roman Empire? ……Not.
        And how did the reasons that the Roman Empire fall correlate with today’s reasons?

        • Phil from Germany

          If the Pope takes over ?…no I dont think so

          Why did the Romans collapse ?, unfunded liabilities, all those pensions the various Armies were promised. Wars that were just too exsensive, control of the areas they had taken corruption at the top, power struggle with a civil war at the end.
          The started their version of money printing, smaller silver coins, then started mixing other metals into coins to make the stock go further. Sound familiar to you ?

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            So you think that not paying soldier pensions will be a forerunner in our societal collapse? I hardly think so.
            Soldiers have amassed moneys through the years and their lower spending power would not likely make a meaningful dent in the economy other than being bad for morale. and I doubt the government would make that last in their priorities. But also, emigration and individual tracking is a lot more controlled these days We would have a better hold on our military fighting human resources.
            Expensive wars, yes.. there seems to be a lot of bias in thinking wars are alway good for an economy, but that likely doesn’t always hold true. The morale about the Iraq invasion likely has little comparison with that of WW2, and the good of the pockets that it lined is dubious.
            Debasement of currency,,yes, but again, emigration along with taxation are a lot more controlled today. There’s a point where whipping the slave/worker, in a literal and metaphoric sense, does more harm than good. Apparently Rome didn’t know it’s point, but that doesn’t mean that current culture doesn’t have more sense.

          • Lennie Pike

            Hey honest commentators: This Soros troll has come up with a new dishonest (of course) strategy: Invent a few new troll names that will speak with it, and use longer comments that actually sound like they may be honest opinions on economic topics.

            LOL

            They are terrified of pitchforks and torches, we all must be doing a great job influencing public opinion and educating the Sheeple with the truth.

          • Rorschach

            “They are terrified of pitchforks and torches, we all must be doing a great job influencing public opinion and educating the Sheeple with the truth.”

            Trolls only come into the spotlight if public opinion needs to be swayed or if the situation is dire. Otherwise why would they be paid if there is a “recovery” and if the “American dream exists”.

          • Lennie Pike

            Exactly!

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            :burp:

          • Phil from Germany

            No its not Soldiers pensions today, all 401 K pensions….just wont be paid

      • CASTIEL

        Yes…Mankind stood still intact….but in that time the EMP and the Atomic bomb didnt exist….

        • Phil from Germany

          True

      • Mondobeyondo

        The same fundamental reasons why Rome collapsed are the same as what is causing America to falter as well. Too bad the Romans didn’t have a stock market. Now that would have been interesting!

    • MIchael in Chicago

      Of more interest is how central banks will intervene.

      • SP2300ROFL

        Exactly

        • Kim

          Yup.

          • SP2300ROFL

            Hi :)

          • Kim

            Helloooo! :-)))

      • Bill G Wilminton NC

        ha ha their choice is easy ….what is the fastest way to achieve NWO

    • Jasmine

      Don’t worry Kim. Nothing’s going to happen. By the time December 31st rolls around you will still be waiting…and waiting and waiting.

    • Bill G Wilminton NC

      NWO is waiting in the wings…………

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      I used to wait for the trees to turn green, but then I moved to Florida.
      Anyways, I’ve put in an application in for a city apartment.. yep moving into the city that numerous bloggers..Mike included.. advise against..but being from the NYC border, and from all I’ve seen of the place, I’m non plussed (a new word for you Kim). I look forward to my city move.. actually I meant to move more inner city, but I don’t have time to check out the vast multitudes of places and when I went to the one near the Metro Transit Center, I got the sense that I was an ethnic minority.. not appealing.

      • Rorschach

        Nobody cares what you have to say troll about your meaningless and useless life.

      • Kim

        (a new word for you Kim).

        Don’t you mean trollop?

        :-p

        There are lots of green trees in Oregon too.

        • SunnyFlaSnotress

          You already know that one

    • Rorschach

      “And now I’m Not so sure I want it”

      It’s an interesting paradox for sure. Continue and allow the current broken system or hit the reset button and begin from scratch?

    • Alcoholic Prepper

      I want it in all its glory. Fear, panic, chaos, etcetera but it’s taking too long to get here

    • Mondobeyondo

      The people who keep asking “When’s the collapse? I’m waiting for the collapse!”… be careful what you wish for.

      • Kim

        Agreed.

      • Rorschach

        Well it’s a choice between two things. A reset or a prolonged reset. Delaying the inevitable only means that it will be more painful later on.

      • Steeve Girard

        One simple answer and two questions that gives away the answer: EROEI/EROI (Energy return on energy invested). What is the cheapest source of energy? and how long before moving to the next one?

    • Steeve Girard

      The BAU (Business as Usual) scenario from Limits to Growth indicates that the system will hold until the production of the cheapest energy source falls below the needs. Which is conventional oil, due in 2030. There will be then an industrial debunking until their energy needs reaches the availability of the next highest EROEI/ EROI (Energy return on investment). And the next best one is coal, it’s highly polluting and produces 7/8th of the EROEI/EROI of oil. Which will create environmental frictions with the population. Even then, it will be consumed within maximum 40 years after the economy moves from oil to coal… due to over demand. And then it will fall to natural gas with an even lower EROEI/EROI… and it will keep debunking in steps until we reach Hydro electricity in river countries, wind in others. The debunking should take at least 100 to 200 years. with the worst part of it in the first 70 years.

      • Kim

        I am wondering if it would even take that long. I agree with your post. Excellent post and insight.

  • Bob Johansen

    What are the “Big Guns?” Negative interest rates?

    • MIchael in Chicago

      QE4. Helicopter money and yes negative rates.

      • Bob Johansen

        Will that apply to the average person with like 40K in the bank? Or just to other banks, corps, etc.

  • SP2300ROFL

    The guy is a complete rookie. After unprecedented easy money policy and unprecedented demand worldwide reverts back to (for lack of better word) normalization. As if this was never expected and institutions are not well hedged. upon a time the British empire ruled the world – now they don’t – they’ve been marginalized – the currency purchasing power declined by about 90% and their “standard of living” declined for many that didn’t anticipate such but guess what- the world and the British survived! Imagine that! Stressing out? Fill your pockets with some gold and silver(way better going forward) a few UVXY in a balanced portfolio and get out of your bunkers. Plenty of liquidity and CB’s STILL have plenty of tricks left. This party is far from over…and yes I’m as grizzly bear on markets as anyone but remember – more money is lost by indecision than the wrong decisions. I would not let that inexperienced fear monger dupe you again…according to his best thinking a supernatural event was going to end civilizations last year. Its absurd – and according to him it happens every seven years. How can ANYONE be so gullible. I must admit such lunacy does make for a GREAT website / blog. The comedy it provides is priceless!!

    • W.F. CALL

      lol. I don’t think he said civilization would end amigo.

      • SP2300ROFL

        Lo siento amigo no puedo recordar todo ahora :)

        • W.F. CALL

          lol. Have a good evening.

          • SP2300ROFL

            U too :)

    • Bill G Wilminton NC

      The only problem…… it is true every seven years give or take there is a problem. Review the charts.

  • K

    Well as things begin to heat up, a reminder. Many of us think at some point, there will be a bank holiday. During such a situation, your credit cards, may stop working. So if you have travel plans. Make sure you can get back home, without relying on your credit cards.

  • MaxRockatansky33

    Soon oil will drop below 30$/barrel and gold below 1000. Cheap oil and commodities will cause bankrupcy of many mines, smelters and steel industry. I wonder what Saudis and Russia will do when oil will be so cheap?

    • MIchael in Chicago

      Gold has been up since the Fed made the mistake of raising rates. Anyway I disagree with gold dropping below $1,000 or dropping much from $1,1100.

    • df NJ

      Bomb the Iranians.

      • MaxRockatansky33

        Or Bomb the Saudis. Oil price will skyrocket for sure.

        • df NJ

          The Saudis and Russians will bomb the Iranians if the US doesn’t do it first.

          • SP2300ROFL

            Iran a Shanghai Cooperation Organization member will not be bothered whatsoever. Get a clue beyond what mainstream media spoonfeeds you. Learn why the sanctions lifted and the changes within sco as a result. You won’t be fooled so easily after. ROFL

          • df NJ

            _You may be right. But you are such a dou che ba g about it.

            Did the Chinese make the Fed raise interest rates too?

          • SP2300ROFL

            Yes :)

          • df NJ

            You don’t think the Russians would be happy if Iran gets bombed and oil goes back up to $100 barrel. It’s in their best interests.

          • SP2300ROFL

            They’re both sco members – it won’t happen IMHO

          • W.F. CALL

            Believe he made a valid point. A least he threw out the tidbit…jmo

          • SP2300ROFL

            He’s right I prolly shouldn’t have busted his chops. After while I forget which bloggers are good natured after being around that clown show on the CNBC blog :). Thanks for looking out for me though wf :)

          • df NJ

            I still think you are flaming a hole.

          • SP2300ROFL

            As if I care what your kind think. Uneducated mutants crack me up. Thanks for the laughs fool.

          • df NJ

            You criticize and hate in other people what you don’t like about your own character.

          • SP2300ROFL

            Ok Dr Phil. You’re about as skilled at online profiling as you are on capital markets. ROFL

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            I must learn more about Shanghai Cooperation Organization……..thanks.

          • SP2300ROFL

            Youre welcome. :)

          • MaxRockatansky33

            Iran is an ally of Russia and China. I bet that Saudis will attack Iran rather than US or Israel. But they need some kind of an “incident” to have a pretext for a war.

          • SP2300ROFL

            They won’t have to make any offensive moves whatsoever sco has a trick for them too. The noose is tightening and they have spent millions of lives and trillions of rmb. Kickback relax enjoy the endgames :(

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Saudis could not militarily compete with the Iranians…………….

          • SP2300ROFL

            Nor can the other two he mentioned. SCO runs this planet.

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Where does SCO fit with The Federal Reserve and the central banking system and BIS bank for international settlements ………

          • SP2300ROFL

            SCO offset to NATO. AIIB offset to FRB et al..

          • MaxRockatansky33

            Saudis have US military highly advanced weaponry. Tanks, jet fighters etc.

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            A very limited air force and a runaway in the face of a threat military.

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            The Russians are linked to Assad and Assad and The Iranians are both Shiite Muslims.

    • df NJ

      Oil will be $20/barrel unless Iran gets bomb. I read it only costs $2 to produce a barrel of oil in Iran.

      • SP2300ROFL

        Get real. You’re too stupid for words to describe at this point

        • df NJ

          What did you buy gold last year and it lost 20%?

          • SP2300ROFL

            I buy gold and silver nearly every day for decades.

          • df NJ

            I hope you have lots of guns. What state do you live in?

          • df NJ

            I have your IP now. Never mind. How much gold do you have?

          • SP2300ROFL

            Aventura florida cmon down Rambo :)

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Houston’s Restaurant in Aventura had some great prime rib there……….

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            Miami area

          • SP2300ROFL

            Yes :)

          • SP2300ROFL

            Florida. Light weight air cooled shoulder fire weapon are for amateurs. :)

          • df NJ

            You will need them so you can buy stuff with your gold.

          • SP2300ROFL

            Doubtful you should engage in any type of commerce under such conditions :)

      • df NJ

        “Iran has the lowest production cost at just $10–$15 per barrel. It also has the lowest break-even cost in OPEC and in the world. Iran’s strategic location allows it to transport vast amounts of crude oil. Saudi Arabia is also among the countries with the lowest break-even and production costs”

        Of course, anything you read on the internet is most likely BS.

        • Rorschach

          “Of course, anything you read on the internet is most likely BS.”

          Especially coming from you.

      • SunnyFlaSnotress

        I look forward to $1 gas.

        • SP2300ROFL

          Keep dreaming

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            May be closer than you think.

          • SP2300ROFL

            Sure would be nice in theory but those dynamics can’t happen in a vacuum and with financial institutions overweight exposure to energy those levels likely will decimate them with far reaching fallout that very few will find beneficial IMHO

      • MaxRockatansky33

        The Saudis wants a cheap oil, because they want to finish oil fractioning industry in US. Buy again oil from Bedouin camel jockeys

    • Fellie Chn

      Cheap oil ? In California, (as of 1/11/16) a gallon of regular gas still cost $4.00 ! Imagine that ? The politicians here are reaping BIG TIME ! ! WE taxpayers are being milked like ROME used to do . . .aka “BRITISH taxation” the Kaliforniawai . . . el ohh el.

      • MaxRockatansky33

        That’s the problem. Oil is record cheap but not gasoline.Strange..

  • df NJ

    Here’s my economic prediction. Tomorrow when I’m walking down 8th Avenue in New York City there will be a million people going to work. And I will have to wait in line for my bagel. And then I will have to wait in line at Starbucks. And then I will have to wait in line for lunch. And then I will have to compete will a million other people on my way home for the train. And those same people will be there on Wednesday too.

    • jasmine

      Excellent and most accurate prediction. Grab a treat for me at starbucks. I love biscotti :-)

      • Philosopher

        The dry crap sold at SB is not biscotti. It has a closer relation to a dog biscuit than to food. But go ahead, keep buying corporate junk.

    • Bill G Wilminton NC

      Mr df NJ……. the financial markets and all the affiliated services, banking, accounting, legal etc etc etc are the FUEL of NYC……

      So tomorrow while your walking down 8th ave think about if 50% or more of those people were missing how fast you could get your coffee at starbucks.

      Not wishing for this COLLAPSE to happen but believe that this is a foregone conclusion…….and by DESIGN.

      A good friend of mine ( a NJ guy ) who worked bonds NYC for many years saw the movie The Big Short. He said the movie was great and true to life but did not show the gov complicity. The same gov that has hid the 08 collapse and has done nothing but make THE DEBT larger right till today.

    • jox

      The recent developments have throw all your arguments to the bin. So now you only repeat “in NYC there is a lot of people”! Do some math, even in a nightmarish scenario of economic collapse with a 40% of unemployment, there would be 60% of people working. You get it, or prefer keep trolling?

      • SP2300ROFL

        You cannot be serious

    • Lennie Pike

      What percentage of them speak English?

  • J B

    Basically, The Planets F#cked, It’s getting worse, and it’s your fault !

    If the next crash is only going to be half as big as it’s claimed to be, the same banks, with the same people are still going to be there. The US might loose one Crime Syndicate (Bank), they might even reboot with a different colored note, but it’s still the same Criminals running the same scams, selling what they don’t own, loaning what doesn’t exist and making you pay for their mistakes.

    • SP2300ROFL

      You suggest leaving the entire planet ???? :)

      • J B

        Why ruin another perfectly good planet ?

        I think when it happens, a call to arms should be activated. A Global whack a banker day, leave no Rothschild breathing

        • Bill G Wilminton NC

          I know that you dont mean that lol…..lots of gov people dont have a good sense of humour.

    • Bill G Wilminton NC

      Go see movie “The Big Short ” enjoy the popcorn the 08 bust in color.

  • Fellie Chn

    I can say . . . DONT mess with KALI_forn_YAA . . the price of regular gasoline is STILL $4.00/gallon ! There is NO SUCH thing as cheap OIL BRU ! What we have here are CHEAP PULITI_SHAMS. hahahaha. my azzz is Laughing OUT Loud.

  • Philosopher

    PMs are still suppressed. For now. Once the credit markets implode those numbers will change.

  • hambone

    The truth of what ails us isn’t debt or interest rate suppression or so many other coping mechanisms…the nexus of our “problem” is an economic system premised on growth…but infinite growth in a finite world is a pretty tough trick to pull off. So, it was just a matter of time before something gave out…

    Global population growth started decelerating from the bottom up in the advanced nations and soon spread across advanced and developing alike and spread from the bottom up. Interesting to note that the 0-24yr/old population ceased growing across the OECD nations in 1982, the same year the Federal Reserve began what has been a 99.9% decline in the cost of credit and has resulted in spectacular increases in debt…all to maintain demand for a population whose growth is decelerating.

    Japan Peak 0-24yr/old population – 1955, 0-24 population has declined 41% since

    German Peak 0-24yr/old population – 1973, 0-24 population has declined 34% since

    S. Korea Peak 0-24yr/old population – 1981, 0-24 population has declined 37% since

    Global 0-24yr/old population has slowed 80% from it’s 1968 peak…and all net growth is now occurring in Africa offsetting declines across the rest of the world.

    These are just some of massive declines among these nations and all are estimated to see their 0-24yr/old populations decline by 50%-60% from peak by the time we hit 2050 (and this assumes good economic growth between here and there…if things get rough, those numbers are likely to be far lower). Ultimately, these massive declines are working there way through the entire population…depopulation is well under way from the bottom up.

    But China, Brazil, India…they’ll save us, right???

    China Peak 0-24yr/old population – 1992, 0-24yr/old population has declined by 26% since (-152 million from peak!!!)

    Brazil Peak 0-24yr/old population – 2006, 0-24yr/old population has declined by 9% since

    India Peak 0-24yr/old population – Est. in 2017…and estimated to fall indefinitely thereafter.

    By 2050, China and Brazil estimated to be down over 40% and India at 10% but picking up speed to the downside.

    The above explains why central banks have seemingly gone mad…why governments worldwide are throwing dollars or Yen or Yuan or Euro’s into the wind. Depopulation is coming from the bottom up and declining demand is inevitable. Unfortunately, central banks actions have retarded the business cycle and free money has created massive overinvestment and overcapacity which is now becoming so apparent in commodities and elsewhere.

    Of course, the solution is likely also simple but god awful in it’s implications…a global bankruptcy where all bad debts (aka, somebody else’s assets and future income) are cancelled. Reset and hopefully start with an economic premise which can stand the test of time and not the desires of a few.

  • Andrayes

    The Lord is punishing America for its sins. He will command the sacrifice of our children i.e. War, just like in the biblical days of yore!

    • Gay Veteran

      bilge

      • Andrayes

        You don’t realize that my posts are a joke and meant to make fun of the bible thumpers….

        • Gay Veteran

          sorry, but there are soooooo many bible thumpers here that I thought your post was serious

      • awb22

        pump

  • outdoorsman46

    The Baltic Dry Index just hit 415 yesterday. Lowest since the index was started. According to Zero Hedge not a single containership was crossing the atlantic for a couple of days lest week. Not 1. Theres a neat website that you can check that tracks them and it shows hundreds of ships at anchor. Nothing going on here though . Could be the first time in 300 years that that has happened(not 1 single ship conducting trade between us and the EU) Just a thought.

    • HeyAHuman

      It’s funny. I was just about to post this. The reports of no cargo being shipped across the Atlantic were pretty shocking. These problems are getting pretty difficult to hide.

      • Bill G Wilminton NC

        This is bad…….yes !

    • Bill G Wilminton NC

      Could there be other reasons for instance iceberg warnings or in general iceberg season ?
      How many containerships last year at this time ?

      • Bill G Wilminton NC

        Checked iceberg season myself MARCH TO MAY

    • Fellie Chn

      My cousin is a Sea Mariner and their ship has been on dry dock for quite a while . .

    • Mondobeyondo

      That’s scary. Not a single containership? Not much demand for anything… at least they could haul a freighter with bags of rice or something. By the way, what is that website you mentioned?

  • Priszilla

    RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland) just sent a letter to their clients to sell everything they have except high quality bonds because of a cataclysmic 2016 ahead.

    • Bill G Wilminton NC

      Could that be rumor………..in your opinion how verifiable is the source ?

    • Fellie Chn

      Scary !

    • Rorschach

      Can you share that letter or a link to it? It’s interesting because UBS is also saying that there is a highly volatile scenario ahead.

  • General Zod

    What about the derivative bubble, when is that going to go POP?

    • Rorschach

      At the same time everything else will. 2008 was also derivatives but not on the scale that it will be today.

  • Mike Garland

    I personally got out of the market in 2011. I just didn’t trust it anymore. I believe its a rigged game. I took what I managed to get out and put it in PMs. I’m concerned about my elderly mother who has just about everything she has wrapped up in it, but attempting to convince her to get out has been futile. I am working overseas in Saudi and this to is coming to an end due to the current oil prices. Its pretty scary to be honest. Its been a great run;15 years, but the game is just about over and its time to move on I figure. I have been very fortunate myself work wise. Frankly, I am fed up with all the lies our Government is putting out there, but unfortunately the masses keep electing these crooks. I say tar and feather them and then string them high!

  • Lennie Pike

    It’s always been said that when enough fear of falling markets sets in there’s always a mad rush for the doors. Before this time around that fear had always been based on a slowing of economic activity due to a tightening of interest rates. Not many ever realized that one of the main reasons for the tightening was to allow an opportunity for the thieves in control to buy low and sell high afterward – “profit taking”.

    But this time around it’s different – there are two reasons for the fear that never existed before. One is that interest rates can not be raised without setting off the interest rate derivative explosion. The other is that for the first time, most people realize that the financial system is totally fraudulent and that markets and their regulators are manipulated by criminals. Now this fact is widely known and it does not instill much confidence in people to send Wall Street their money – this time the confidence in the financial system will not return, leaving those who control it with no choice if they wish to remain in power – and they do.

    This leaves The World with two choices, I shouldn’t have to spell them out for you, but I will anyway: Either We rule ourselves as in the U.S. Constitution, or we allow a very very small number of criminal psychopaths like those who controlled the many violent totalitarian governments of the past century rule us.

    The one and only power they have to rule us with is our use of their fiat money. WE DO NOT HAVE TO USE THEIR MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Bill G Wilminton NC

      Great POST but how do we move forward THEY got the army ?

      • Lennie Pike

        Those in the Military will either have to obey the oath they took to uphold the U.S. Constitution by imprisoning THEM, or they will have to chose to kill millions of their innocent fellow American Citizens, and be responsible for the deaths of many guilty military members of which one may easily be self. To hold onto illegal power, THEY will be left no other choice than to crack down hard using violence or the threat of violence on law abiding Americans.

        Military members would survive the very brief disruption very well because of the military’s infrastructure that’s in place to take care of their needs so they should be the least to worry about not surviving or not getting next weeks paycheck.

        The rest of us would suffer a little more but also briefly – only for the time necessary to round THEM up, imprison THEM, tell THEM THEY are S.O.L. if THEY think THEY are going to be paid for debts that would not have been allowed to occur if the law of U.S. Constitution had been enforced, and it THEY think WE are going to allow them to continue the abuse.

        • Gay Veteran

          the military didn’t mind waging a war of aggression against Iraq, so don’t place your hope on them

          • Lennie Pike

            That Gay Veteran is a great point.

            I am hoping though that that was then, and this is now. Millions are beginning to see that the Emperor has no clothes and I’m sure many of those are in the military, so maybe when it is time for “our military” to wage war against the rest of the countries they need to conquer (including the U.S.!) things will be different.

            But I agree – I doubt it also. I’ve had countless young soldiers in my taxi, and could tell that ALL of them had hugely over inflated egos (unlike soldiers in WW2) with no reason to have them, and had been seriously emotionally conditioned and brainwashed to think they were superhuman – just like cult members. None had any clue about anything economic, financial, historical, or geopolitical thanks to being dumb downed in government schools I suppose, and for the very reason they will be needed by government.

            I read a very good article about how the exact same tactics that are used to indoctrinate a person into a cult are also used in the military.

            I’m hoping that either it didn’t take on enough of them, or enough snap out of it at the last moment before they pull the trigger on their fellow Americans. They will be ordered to do so I believe – and soon.

          • SP2300ROFL

            Delusions of a cab driver roflmao

          • Lennie Pike

            Yeah, us cab drivers are about as low as any life form can get.

            Maybe someday I will tell you of the other occupations I have had in my 59 years. Nothing more interesting and challenging and eventful than driving a taxi though.

          • Lennie Pike

            See U.N. Small Arms Treaty.

            I’m breaking my own rule talking with this guy – wait till possible trolls prove themselves not to be trolls. Or is it the snot.

          • Gay Veteran

            well look on the bright side, they couldn’t defeat a bunch of goat herders in Afghanistan and Iraq

  • billtheguy

    Its not just the drilling companies that are shutting down and losing work. I used to work for a company that supplied castings to all the large drilling and support companies. All that work dried up. I read an article months ago that said the Saudis could sell oil at $23 a barrel and still make money. Don’t know if that is true. We also supplied castings to many of the mining equipment companies. All that work dried up. You have to thank Obama for that one. Our economy has tanked, unless you work for the government, a hospital, are a teacher, or sell cell phones!

  • Nicholas Fowler

    it feels to me like a crowd of mad, drunken hooligans, chasing down an alley, whose sides get narrower and narrower, until at the end is a rather solid brick wall!! one day reality hits them or rather, they hit Reality..

    • SP2300ROFL

      Some formal education may help you with such misconceptions

      • Lennie Pike

        Who controls formal education? Oh yeah, and by taking a look at their final product, tell me, what was taught, and whether it was even learned?

        Sounds to me like Nicholas Fowler got educated properly by thinking for himself!

        • SP2300ROFL

          Again, with formal education, you’d recognize those auditory hallucinations for what they are :)

          • Fellie Chn

            it’s called MADOFFology ! or ENRON_conomics. . . .el ohh el my ANUZZ. harharhar

          • Lennie Pike

            You’re right, I reckon I need one too because I have no idea what you’re talking about. I didn’t hear nothin.

            In his post, Nicholas Fowler said that he felt something but said nothing about hearing anything. Did you hear any sounds from reading his posts, or is it that they teach you a different way of communicating while receiving a formal education so that those of you who have a formal education will be able to recognize one another and communicate with each other with out us who have no formal education being able to know what the hell you are talking about?

          • SP2300ROFL

            Maybe your computers not functioning properly. You don’t see the phrase “sounds like” in the original comment? Or is the breakdown internal within your one brain cell? ROFL

          • Lennie Pike

            Nicholas Fowler had only one comment and the words “sounds like” do not appear in it. Like I said, the words “feels like” do though.

            I will not insult you as you did me (although I could come up with some nice ones) because an insult used in an argument is obviously a weak, lame, diversionary tactic to save face and find a way out of being proven wrong by your opponent, instead of admitting error.

            Insults do not win debates as was clearly demonstrated this time.

          • Lennie Pike

            Well, we’re waiting.

      • HeyAHuman

        ….fwalker? Is that you?

        • SP2300ROFL

          Yes :)

      • Bill G Wilminton NC

        One could not be more educated than Ben Bernanke and six months before 08 collapse he was spouting ALL IS WELL in the housing market.

        Education is one thing BRAINS is another.

        I believe Big Ben is back at Princeton as a teacher of economics. What a F ing joke. Book smart vs Street Smart I will always take STREET SMART.

        • SP2300ROFL

          The first tool in frb arsenal is moral suasion talking up or down ‘market conditions’ and leaning in much easier and more effective than policy change with each machination so their rhetoric should always be validated by data points as well. Their agenda may not always be congruent with everyone’s. :)

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            But his suasion cost many people their savings………..

          • SP2300ROFL

            That moral suasion may have cost unhedged speculators. The subsequent action and monetary policy changes cost savers. No denying that. IMHO the alternative of doing zero likely would have been far more detrimental. We likely will never know all the specifics and I agree the protracted period of near zero rate policies and symbiotic relationship regarding reverse repo agreements (which was recently expanded in the latest policy statement) exacerbated conditions for all but the ‘chosen’ member banks and created the current scenario of crowded malinvestment and lost R&D cycle by prolonging the path toward ‘normalizations’ BUT very powerful adversaries are continuing to attempt to undermine those effort both home and abroad. Bottom line is thats today’s reality and whomever adapts quickest benefits the most. Jmho

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Read about Iceland they told the bankers to F off and 3 years later 25 went to jail and that is where crooks should go.. The politicians told the citizens the same bs ” there will be blood in the streets ” ha ha they then told the gov that THEY would burn the gov down with THEM in it if all thoughts of bank bail out were not stopped IMMEDIATELY.

            The results were 1- 2 years of tough times for the icelanders but then THEY came back! THE BIG DIFFERENCE ” NO DEBT ” and the crooks banks had to EAT the bad debt not THE PEOPLE of Iceland.

            Whereas our debt is still mounting and mounting and the floor boards to the country are all rotten and ready to cave in.

          • Lennie Pike

            Was the agenda of the frb congruent with anyone’s other than those European banks when 19 trillion dollars was created by the frb and given to them to bail them out? Oh yea right, I forgot, they paid all of that back about four months later.

            What about the gifts of countless millions and several billions to special individuals and corporations that were created out of thin air at about the same time?

            Moral hazard was the term used a lot then – not moral suasion.

          • SP2300ROFL

            Much of that was for the purposes of building out USA corps in other nations in efforts to generate revenues denominated in other currencies and to the point where many other nations imposed capital controls to try and prevent that deluge. What you call moral hazard was pure economic brilliance and without it things would very likely be far worse today jmho

          • Lennie Pike

            “In other nations” as in China for one?

            Things ARE very much worse today due precisely to this “economic brilliance”.

            Actual brilliance would be if Americans took power away (by force of course) from the criminals that control the old as the hills fiat money/charge em interest/stick it in our own pockets/debauch it for profit/inflate then deflate enslavement fraud.

            Coming home to roost NOW in a town near you.

  • Harry Merkin

    Gas is $1.89 here.

    • Fellie Chn

      good for u BRU. here in KALI_FORN_YAA. its horribly overpriced ! too many POLITI_SHAMS, taking money from hard working citizens. DEMOCRATS here r doin NOTHING ! as long as they get laid . . i mean paid. harharhar.

  • Rhino Horns

    “Bear Stearns is fine! Bear Stearns is not in trouble!” – Jim Cramer, 2008. Never gets old……..

    • Rorschach

      No wonder his show is called “Mad Money” because you have to be “mad” to believe in it (a spin-off from George Carlin).

      • Guest

        Good one!

    • Bill G Wilminton NC

      Ha ha lol I forgot about that idiot JIM CRAMER spouting his BS as the financial world was on the cusp of collapse……..

  • Fellie Chn

    I heard Good Ole George (Soros) seems bearish too. What about the CARL n Warren twins ? they probably love CHOW MEIN ! kao shing gaw lou. harharhar

  • Steven Davis

    I see alot of simular trends that were evident in pre world war II Germany. The narrative sold to the people was the need to separate your political life from your Christian faith. (It’s all about the economy ) rather than ethics. America as a culture is on a simular trac.

  • chilller

    While I feel for the loss of jobs in the oil sector over low oil prices, lower prices at the pump benefit MORE of the already struggling millions in our population. Can you imagine if we were going through this period in time AND gas prices were $3.50 to $4.00 per gallon? I’ll take lower gas prices any day over feeling sorry for a few hundred thousand jobs lost in the oil industry…..

  • Bill

    A few months back a few crazies were predicting $20 oil. Are they still crazy?

  • sistersoldier

    If you are familiar with the book Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand then you know that it is in a lot of ways parallel to what is playing out on the real life stage today. The book follows the destruction of society from beginning to end and story characters hide themselves in a fictional place called the valley of Atlantis, like our underground cities and bunkers they have built to hide in today, that is until the system crashes completely down. But at the end the John Galt character writes a dollar sign in the sky. It has all been orchestrated down to the creation of fiat money to the destruction of all currencies.

  • dlewenz

    RBS Just announced to its clients to sell everything except High Yield Bonds!

    • Fellie Chn

      This is SCARY ! ! Read it @ BI too. RBS –> sell !

      • dlewenz

        Nothing to worry no problems, just move along, all is fine! I think the market is going to explode like Mount Kilimanjaro!

    • Bill G Wilminton NC

      Yup……….been documented !

  • alan

    My guess is watch Saudi Arabia royal goons get over thrown this year when Arab spring rolls around. We’ll see oil go back up. I don’t think they will fight a war with Iran either. Saudi troops just pack up and run away when Yemen troops show up on Saudi land. Turkey will be next.
    I think we will see more civil wars than between countries. Where it leads too who knows.

    • SP2300ROFL

      SCO has them all on the ropes. Tick tock.

  • micahel porter

    whilst is agree with you michael ur starting to sound like a broken record.

    • Philosopher

      Ur an idjit.

    • Bill G Wilminton NC

      People who speak the Truth always do…….the truth never changes……

      • micahel porter

        lol so true

  • Mondobeyondo

    After the bottom does fall out economically, it will begin to do so socially as well. You can count on it. People will attempt to find and target a scapegoat. The government, Obama, the Feds, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, the cop down the street, the guy who owns Red Lobster, you name it. If the hungry, delusional masses can’t find someone to blame, they’ll just turn on themselves. Ferguson + Baltimore x 10.

    ——————————————————————
    “Every time it snows, I know where my car goes
    To the impound lot, that’s where it’s brought
    But I’ve found a way to ease my woes

    I take my M-16, and load a magazine
    Just one look at that stupid hook
    And I’ll fire just like a U.S. Marine!

    Let’s blow up the tow truck! *BOOM*
    Ha ha ha ha, ha ha ha ha
    Blow up the tow truck….”

  • Rhialto the Marvellous

    Fear not. The Dow is up almost 200 pts over the last two days. According to the MSM apologists here, this is nothing short of a “rally”.

    Never mind that the Dow is down almost 2000 pts from its high.

    • Rorschach

      Yes the Sheeple must disregard the fact that

      8 down days as of yesterday was longest losing streak since Jan 2008 according to Zerohedge. Hmm seems like 2008 all over again doesn’t it?

      • Rhialto the Marvellous

        It almost doesn’t matter. We’ll soon see a fulfillment of one of the most “world-devastating” prophecies in the Bible, of which there are many.

        The one coming soon includes – I believe – nuclear war.

        • Bill G Wilminton NC

          I pray that you believe and know that The Rapture Is Soon !
          Shalom

  • Fee-fi-fo-fum

    The good news is everybody is going to survive. You may be forced to do things or accept certain conditions that you do not like, but we are all going to survive.

    • Rhialto the Marvellous

      Not according to the Bible, which states that 1/4 of the earth’s population will die in the days Jesus called “The Beginning of Sorrows”.

      • Fee-fi-fo-fum

        Those are going be be Jews and Gods know they have it coming.

        • Rhialto the Marvellous

          No, sorry, Jesus said in Matthew 24 that he was talking about Christians:

          “…and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name’s sake.” Matthew 24:9

          Who has the name of Christ? “Christ”ians.

          Sorry for your hatred of God’s Chosen.
          Please reconsider.

          • Fee-fi-fo-fum

            Don’t apologise for me. WhoTF do you think you are?? Don’t think for me and don’t tell me how to think. You rotten piece ofshit.

          • Rhialto the Marvellous

            All I can do is say what the Bible says. It’s up to you whether you believe it or not.
            Goodbye.

          • Fee-fi-fo-fum

            And what makes your interpretation correct?? Your superior intellect? Your special relationship with God?? Tell me your holiness, what makes your interpretation correct?? You need to humble yourself and come to terms with how little you know. Then and only then will knowledge finds it way into you head.

          • Rhialto the Marvellous

            Without understanding and wisdom, knowledge is cheap.

          • Fee-fi-fo-fum

            You did not answer my questions.

          • Rhialto the Marvellous

            First tell me why you think you have the position of judgment and authority over those who believe the Bible and claim to hear the Voice of God.

          • Rhialto the Marvellous

            Hint: Unbelief on your part does not constitute authority.

          • Fee-fi-fo-fum

            You are a fake Christian. A non-sinning, perfect, flawless Christian who has never done any wrong and has never had to ask God almight for forgiveness. Right Mr. Perfect??

          • Rhialto the Marvellous

            Right.

          • Fee-fi-fo-fum

            You are not a Christian at all. Only Jews, the killers of Christ believe themselves to be perfect. And I don’t converse with Jews. Not until they learn how to apologise for killing an innocent man.
            Like I said, you got it coming to you.

          • Rhialto the Marvellous

            If you knew who actually offered up Jesus as a sacrifice, you’d repent for your words.

          • Rhialto the Marvellous

            …which you’ll do in any event.

          • Fee-fi-fo-fum

            You are above. I am below.. I have no authority and no power to enforce any judgement over my superior. All I want is for you not to dictate. Like I said whoTF do you think you are??

          • Rhialto the Marvellous

            Well, you probably won’t accept it, but – as to who I think I am –

            I am a Child of the King.
            I am the Temple of the Mighty God.
            My identity is the very Nature of the Almighty God.
            I am born of the Holy Spirit.
            I am a new creation.
            I am eternal.

            You too can claim these things if you wish.

          • SP2300ROFL

            Congratulations. This site attracts plenty of raving lunatics however you make them appear to be well balanced and well adjusted. You may very well be one of the sickest fools on the entire worldwide web.

          • Bill G Wilminton NC

            Well you finally said something of substance……….

  • Rhialto the Marvellous

    – And the band played on…

    If you get your news from the MSM, then go back to sleep…

    …all is well…

  • Rhialto the Marvellous

    “…hate you and dead…”?

  • Fee-fi-fo-fum

    want you dead, okay?? Can you see it?? Need it to be explained to you?? The Jews are waging a worldwide race war against whites and you are quoting Matthew and acting like you know something. You are a joke.

  • SP2300ROFL

    He’s so manic he can’t even type. Greatest comedy ever ROFL

  • SP2300ROFL

    Roflmao. Seriously the sickest comments this blog has ever posted. Surprising those comments don’t get deleted.

  • Rhialto the Marvellous

    Gotcha. I’m a joke. I actually agree with you.
    I’m such a joke and an idiot that I’m in desperate need of a Savior.

    I’m so happy that he saved me that I believe everything in his word.

  • Fee-fi-fo-fum

    You really can’t see and don’t understand how the Jews operate and have operated through out history. The Jews organise the minorities against the majority. In America the Jews were behind the civil rights movement, were behind the 1965 immigration act which allow for the first time in American history non-Europeans to immigrate to America. Right now the Jews are the force behind allow Muslim terrorists and violent hostile aggrieved white hating people into America. Did you know that the Jews have been expelled from 109 countries since 250AD?? And the reason each and every time was the Jew hatred of the native people.

  • Fee-fi-fo-fum

    God help those who help themselves. Not fools who refuse to open their eyes to reality.

  • Rhialto the Marvellous

    Actually the saying ” God helps those who help themselves” is not in the Bible and is opposite of what the Bible teaches.

    The truth is that God helps those who cry out to him for help.

  • Rhialto the Marvellous

    Like me. The best moment of my life was when I realized I was lost and undone and could not “help myself”.

  • Bill G Wilminton NC

    Well done Rhialto ” God Is Good, All The Time ”
    Shalom

  • Fee-fi-fo-fum

    Like the Jews?? Why did God turn his back on his chosen people in their hours of greatest need?? To punish them for ignoring his laws??

  • SP2300ROFL

    Roflmmfaoooooo

  • SP2300ROFL

    Shalom? G_d?

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