Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Tuesday

(Harry Dent used to be a big-shot at Bain Capital.)

Yesterday, the Dragon Lady prepared fish and rice for dinner.  The meal was utterly disgusting.  In fact, I nearly choked on one of the many bones contained inside the foul-smelling carcass.

Furthermore, the unfortunate creature still had it's head.  He looked at me with his beady little eyes as I feasted on his flesh.  I washed the vittles down with generic cola.  Yet even a refreshing carbonated beverage couldn't erase the sorry taste from my mouth.  Yuck.

I watched an interview between Alex Jones and Harry Dent.  Mr. Dent used to be a big-shot over at Bain Capital.  I appreciate his work a great deal.  He says the DOW peaked at 17,000.  He now predicts a slide back to the 6,000 mark which we saw in 2009.  

I agree completely.  The markets have reached their peak.  However, my question is this.  If there's no inflation, what would prompt the Fed to raise interest rates?  And, if Yellen keeps rates at zero and continues to hand out free money, what's to stop the DOW from climbing to 30,000?  It's all very confusing to an amateur like me.

I paid homage to the Christ God.  I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees.  No big deal.  I'm not some dirty atheist.  I thanked Jesus for the rain and promptly asked for more thunder storms in the near future.  Today is bright and sunny.  I'm covered from head to foot with sweat.  I fear that autumn will never arrive.

I went to bed at midnight.  I didn't dream.  I woke up at 6 a.m. and drank several cups of coffee.  Then I read the paper while enjoying a bathroom break.  A young Korean man was recently hazed during basic training by his fellow soldiers.  They beat him so hard that he died from his wounds.  The military's launching an investigation.  Murder charges are expected to be filed by the end of the month.

I turned on Fox News.  Bill O'Reilly believes that the world is filled with Jew haters.  I agree wholeheartedly.  I don't even see the controversy over military reprisal in Gaza.  Hamas shot rockets, so Zion retaliated.  Are they just supposed to sit on their asses and get blown to bits by Islamic terrorists?  I'm puzzled by such negative global reaction.  Somebody please enlighten me.  Poor old Smith is an unfortunate retard.

Anyway, it's time to don our tinfoil hats.  Here's Gerald Celente explaining why Israel has no right to exist.  God bless.

22 comments:

  1. The reason interest rates will go up is because some day the world's investors will decide to dump their American bonds, perceiving that the country is actually bankrupt, with a debt so high it will never be repayed. Yes, the Fed is currently artificially keeping interest rates down by buying a lot of bonds, but this is basically a shell game and probably can't go on for ever. When the time comes that the US Treasury holds a bond option and nobody makes an offer, then interest rates will have to rise to make the bonds more attractive to investors. That's the argument of Harry Dent and his ilk, anyway. Who knows?

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    1. I'm just not seeing it. This upcoming collapse will be highly deflationary. I predict a flight to safety and a very strong dollar. But what do I know?

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  2. I'm not a Jew hater. I like Jewish people here in the US. They tend to be smart and witty and the Jewish women often have beautiful mammary glands. However, the country Israel should never have been founded. What they should have done instead is whacked off a good chunk of Germany after WW2 and designated that area as a Jewish homeland. Justice would have been served.

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    1. You're basically saying that Israel has no right to exist. Should we give America and Canada back to the natives, too? Just wondering aloud.

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  3. Hi Smith.......I`m of the assumption that Yellen and the rest of the Fucktards running the show are as confused as the rest of us....so they just make it up day by day until the whole system goes down the shitter.

    FLB dude and peace............

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    1. You're probably right. The system's so screwed up that it's beyond repair. It needs to collapse.

      FLB, brother.

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  4. well my wifes National Fish is Bangus (milkfish) which is an eighteen inch long fish consisting of hundreds of thousands of invisible bones. I've never been able to eat a piece without getting a bone. She buys pompano for me....

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    1. It's strange. But I enjoy sushi much more than cooked fish.

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    2. Smith..to quote you " Why do Muslims insist on voting for terrorists? I don't get it. They live in the prison of their own knuckle-dragging mind "

      It`s classic mass Stockholm syndrome...keep the people impoverished and ill-educated...you`ve got them on side for life.

      FLB dude.....


      FLB dude...

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    3. I agree with you, Patrick. 100 percent.

      FLB, my friend.

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  5. Israel has the right to exist. so do Palestinians, and not in the prison system that the Jews in Israel have set up for them. This is seriously asymmetrical warfare. its a brutal genocide. the Palestinians have lost everything, and they're being killed off.

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    1. Why do Muslims insist on voting for terrorists? I don't get it. They live in the prison of their own knuckle-dragging mind.

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  6. That first comment should have said bond auction, not bond option. Remember Israel was only founded after WW2. No problems were foreseen because it was just a small patch of desert with a few Arabs squatting---this was the theory. Following the logic of people returning to their "religious homeland", the state of Delaware should be returned to the Delaware Indians, Florida to the Seminoles, etc. I like Obama because he made Bibi wait outside the office for an hour and a half before seeing him. Oh, sure--Israel is our friend. I'll be your friend too, Smith, if you give me $6 billion per year!

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    1. The Jews come and turn the desert into an oasis. And now the Arabs want it back. Well, Abdul better not hold his breath. It's gonna remain Jewish territory for a long long time.

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    2. Mr. Smith, I'm not an anti-Semite. Some of my sweat and blood is literally in the soil of the Holy Land. (The latter from when I cut my hand on the sickle that the labour crew leader gave me to chop dead leaves off the banana trees on Kibbutz Sha'ar Hagolan during the summer I spent there between university semesters in 1980.) We were literally across the Yarmuk River from Jordan, and I could see the dusty shit-brick houses of the Arab village on the other side, in sad contrast to the lush green of the Israeli farms. (Courtesy of water siphoned from the Jordan and Yarmuk rivers.) I'm not Jewish, but my daughter is (courtesy of the lineage of my Jewish ex-wife.)

      I don't support the Israeli government in this latest punishment invasion, though. Israel needs to bend and make more amends with the Palestinians. An armed fortress cannot stand against an ocean forever. The Crusaders held the whip hand over the Muzzies due to their military strength for almost 100 years at their peak. But eventually they faltered, and were chased/massacred out. When the U.S. weakens at home or abandons Israel because of whatever future dynamic comes into play, it's going to be catastrophic for everyone, if the hatred is still running rabid. Sure Israel can exercise the "Samson Option" with its nuclear weapons, and incinerate tens of millions of Arabs and Persians in surrounding countries, in the model of what Samson did when he pulled down the walls of the Temple on the Philistines. But after that, Israel will be overrun and annihilated anyway, probably with the help of an enraged outer power with nukes such as Russia or China -- even nuclear Pakistan. It wouldn't take but two or three H-warheads on missiles to make a fatal mess of Israel.

      You realise that the Hamas political organisation was created by Israel to be a foil to more radical groups like Hizbollah, right? Read the history. Same way as the U.S. created al Qaeda. People who are too smart for their own good gin up these Frankensteins, which take on a malign life of their own due to the anger of the people they're designed to appeal to.

      It won't be easy to work with the Pals, but they're not as fuck-headed as a lot of Arabs. I've met a number of Palestinians as hospital patients -- several of whom were Christians, because there is a non-Muslim minority in the area too. Admittedly, these were the Pals who had enough on the ball to emigrate. But compared to the angry Afghans, lunatic Lebanese, surly Syrians and revoltingly primitive (once you get below their surface politeness) African Muslims I've dealt with, the Palestinians are amongst the more civilised. Just like all Christians are not Fred Phelps (may he roast in the non-existent Hell) not all Muslims are ISIS.

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    3. I wouldn't negotiate before killing the enemy. It shows weakness. Slaughter the opponent, then sit across the table from the lucky survivors. Now that's a true position of strength. But what do I know? Cheers.

      BTW, "Cheers" is the way I'll be ending all my comments in the future. Why? I don't know.

      Cheers.

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  7. perhaps you should read some more history. it wasn't any more empty when jews arrived than america were empty when brits arrived... like all racists, you convert the group you hate into a cartoon. it's simpleminded and hateful. therefore you have no sympathy when you read things like this from Democracy Now:
    "Human Rights Watch has accused Israel of illegally shooting and killing Palestinian civilians who were attempting to flee. Witnesses described a series of incidents late last month in the southern town of Khuzaa where Israeli troops opened fire on civilians who had been ordered to leave homes where they were sheltering. We’ll have more on Gaza after headlines."
    This, to you, is what "knuckledraggers" deserve. Very sick outlook. And you will pray to a god of love on bended knee... very sad.

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    1. I'm sorry that you're upset. I didn't mean to come across as hurtful. And I truly believe that the United States shouldn't be involved in this conflict in any capacity whatsoever.

      Nevertheless, radical Islam will end up being the death of us all. Hamas is a sick group which uses toddlers and women as shields for "the greater good". I'm tired of honor killings. I'm tired of suicide bombers. I'm tired of watching innocents being beheaded on the internet. I'm tired of homosexuals being hung from trees. I'm tired of women being dipped in acid or stoned to death. Etc.

      And yes. These are the actions of knuckle-draggers.

      Israel doesn't need my permission to defend the homeland. Nor does the nation need John Kerry telling the citizens how to survive. It's Jewish land given to the 12 tribes by God, Himself.

      Cheers.

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  8. Smith, you state the US shouldn't be involved. In that case the US would have to quit donating 6 billion bucks yearly. Israel would cease to exist without US money, or at least they'd cease to exist as a military power in the region.

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    1. I agree. I wouldn't give Israel a dime. Maybe I'm a crazy isolationist. Who knows?

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  9. fuck lloyd blankfein!!!!!!!!

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Thanks for stopping by. Smith.