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THE ROTHSCHILD FORMULA — Michael Noonan

from SGT Report.com:

Join us for this discussion with writer and reseacher Michael Noonan. We cover the precious metals, the stock market, and what Michael calls ‘the Rothschild Formula’ which has been the recipe the Banksters have used to tie down people and nations for centuries. You can find Michael’s work daily at EdgeTraderPlus.com.

36 comments to THE ROTHSCHILD FORMULA — Michael Noonan

  • Ken Keeling

    Sean I know you were sick a bit, we had talked about a interview I had if you were interested , also there is something else I would like to discuss with you that will be happening in Columbus as well soon this spring, please contact me again.

    Ken K

  • rich

    Thursday, January 9, 2014
    Comex Gold Inventory: Do You Really Trust The Banks?

    “The information in this report is taken from sources believed to be reliable; however, the Commodity Exchange, Inc. disclaims all liability whatsoever with regard to its accuracy or completeness. This report is produced for information purposes only.” – The disclaimer now posted on the Comex gold and silver daily warehouse stock report as of Monday, June 3, 2013.

    How would you like to get your bank statement in the mail from JP Morgan or Bank of America and see this disclaimer added at the bottom: “The information in this account statement is taken from sources believed to be reliable; however, JP Morgan Chase & Co. disclaims all liability whatsoever with regard to its accuracy or completeness. This account statement is produced for information purposes only.” What would go through your mind if that was stamped clearly on your next account statement?

    The CME “believes” the inventory reports are “reliable” but will not back up the accuracy. Do you trust those numbers? Before you answer that question, keep in mind that the big banks have already been accused and successfully prosecuted for reporting and business fraud in several other areas of their operations. Also keep in mind that the numbers produced by the CME on a daily basis come from reports generated by the banks themselves. The numbers ARE NOT subjected to the scrutiny of any regular independent physical audit.
    http://truthingold.blogspot.com/2014/01/comex-gold-inventory-do-you-really.html

    • Ed_B

      “How would you like to get your bank statement in the mail from JP Morgan or Bank of America and see this disclaimer added at the bottom: “The information in this account statement is taken from sources believed to be reliable; however, JP Morgan Chase & Co. disclaims all liability whatsoever with regard to its accuracy or completeness.”

      Within minutes of seeing that, every penny I had at that bank would be withdrawn and it would not return. Like others on here, I deal only with my local credit union and try to maintain a minimal balance that is enough to pay my monthly bills but no more than that.

      I have relatives who have accounts with BofA and Chase Bank. We have discussed the problems that these big banks have and why it is important for them to get their money out of those banks. In spite of my efforts, they simply will not do as I recommend. Their replies are always in the area of, “But they are such nice people” or “I’ve never had a problem with them before, so why would I have in problems in the future?”. The normalcy bias literally drips from these replies. Oh, well. I’ve done what I can, so all I can do now is watch the chips fall where they may. :-(

  • Owl

    Just to say… someone figured this out a long time ago.

    “The Borrower Shall Be a Servant (slave) to The Lender”

  • knowtoomuch

    So FUCK the Rothschilds !!!

    ■ 8 out of 8 founding families of the Federal Reserve are Khazar-’Jews’ :
    http://www.avaresearch.com/ava-main-website/article_print.php?id=661

    ■ The Rothschild Dynasty & Trust :
    http://iamthewitness.com/books/George.Armstrong/Rothschild.Money.Trust.htm

    ■ Dozens of Rotthen links at the bottom of this article :
    http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_sociopol_rothschild.htm

    ■ Rothschild’s Crown ; The City :
    http://boinnk.nl/blog/28489/the-rothschilds-and-the-crown/

    ■ Who runs the world ? :
    http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/who-runs-the-world-solid-proof-that-a-core-group-of-wealthy-elitists-is-pulling-the-strings

    • STEVEN

      The Jesuit Order and the Vatican run the World…

      The Rothschild’s are Papal Knights…

      It would be nice if SGT would interview someone (like Eric Jon Phelps) that will expose and talk about the history of the Jesuits who created the Illuminati.

    • Anon

      Here are two excellent interviews, that also go into the (ACTUAL) CONSPIRACY (NO THEORY), HERE

      1) Gov’t Insider, Says WORLD GOV’T PLANNED/COMING – A MUST LISTEN!
      Ian Wishart, author of TOTALITARIA, on Coast-to-Coast AM (18 December 2013)
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35OsZXUf1h0&list=PLHXnFoBp8ik42ggyI35XyDXdTjzhlVV60&index=21

      2) “Fleshing Out Skull and Bones” with Author Kris Millegan
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RN2qP6YZ62E

      Kris Millegan says the Skull and Bones crowd control the following sectors:

      1. Mining, metals, and “money”
      2. Guns, Oil, and Drugs
      3. Media, movies, and Magic

      To which, I would add: 4) U.S. Government, 5) U.S. Public “Education”, 6) U.S. Legal/Prison System, and no doubt, they influence the 7) Music Industry, as well.

      • Anon

        Also, the following articles are well-worth reading:

        1) “The Federal Reserve Cartel: The Eight Families”
        http://theinternetpost.net/2013/07/19/the-federal-reserve-cartel-the-eight-families-2/

        2) “Bankers Destroy Global Economy by Design to Consolidate Power” (and take all the Sovereign Gold)
        http://www.truthistreason.net/bankers-destroy-global-economy-by-design-to-consolidate-power/comment-page-1#comment-26822

        3) “26 Reasons Why I Will Never Support Bitcoin”
        By Silver Shield (Chris Duane), on December 21st, 2013
        http://dont-tread-on.me/?p=31861

        • Anon

          Yes. Take responsibility for EVERYTHING in your life. Here are some solutions that just about anyone, can begin implementing to change their life, for the better. BE THE CHANGE YOU WISH TO SEE IN THE WORLD

          SOLUTIONS
          1) Trade your FRN’s for SILVER BULLION. Silver is currently the lowest-priced, most undervalued, and apparently most heavily-suppressed of all commodities – and, along with gold, has been used as REAL MONEY, for thousands of years…
          2) Buy USED, locally, or online, if necessary, such as on etsy.com, for example – this keeps your $$ either in the immediate local, or greater U.S. economy.
          3) Buy MADE IN USA, when buying NEW items, if you want jobs to return to the US.
          (If Americans begin buying MADE IN USA ONLY, guess where manufacturing jobs will move to? Supply and Demand says, manufacturing jobs will move back to the U.S.)
          4) Buy ORGANIC food! Support your local Organic food store or Co-op! Whole,
          organically-grown foods are best. LOCALLY-sourced, is ideal. Support the true HEROES of organic food production (on the right side, of the following poster: http://www.cornucopia.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/prop37-poster3.jpeg)
          5) Take a high-quality daily multi-vitamin (such as Carlson’s, NOW brand, Stop Aging Now (SAN), or Mercola.com)
          6) CUT BACK ON OIL AND GAS CONSUMPTION!
          7) Get out, and/or stay out, of DEBT!
          8) USE CASH (or personal check) AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. Avoid credit/debit cards.
          9) Bank at a local credit union! Why bank at a TBTF (“Too-Big-To-Fail”) Bank, such as those that received a CRONY BANKER BAILOUT (from the “Fed”) in late 2008, which Obama authorized with his signature? Use the bank for transactions, only, and keep only what you are willing to lose in your bank account.
          10) VOTE WITH YOUR DOLLARS! (What do you support, with your time, money, energy, and attention?)
          11) Contact your Representatives on critical issues: such as “END THE FED!” (I would ONLY contact them on this ONE issue. Otherwise, IGNORE the politicians. They don’t represent you, and haven’t for a LONG, LONG time).
          12) Re-read the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. It isn’t about hunting! It’s about government tyranny, and protecting yourself from it.
          13) THINK for yourself. TURN OFF the IDIOT-BOX (the TV) OR THROW IT AWAY! Read a BOOK!
          14) QUESTION all ‘authority’ (Big Business + Big Government, Big Religion, Big Media, Big Pharma, etc.
          15) Pray or meditate – reduce your stress! (Stress weakens the auto-immune system, opening up the body to free radical attack).
          16) Listen to soothing classical, jazz, ambient or other music you thoroughly enjoy!
          17) BOYCOTT – learn this concept well, and EMPLOY IT – against those 1) enslaving, or 2) poisoning you!

          There – you now have SEVENTEEN Solutions, that you can begin implementing in your own life, starting TODAY.

          • Ed_B

            Great list, Anon, and I am sure that most on here are doing most of them. Two things, though: 1) Obama did not take office until Jan 20, 2009 so could not have authorized anything in 2008; and 2) turn off the idiot box? No way, Man. That is where we get intel on what these clowns are trying to do. Believe it? Nope. But it helps to know where they are coming from and their media monkeys lay it all out for anyone who is really paying attention to those things between the lines.

      • Anon

        SGT is absolutely correct, in his observation, that these SAME Central Bankers CREATED the OSS/CIA, NSA, FBI, DHS, TSA, etc. EVERYTHING is connected. It’s just that you won’t find the connections, without doing some SERIOUS reading. It takes YEARS. But, it’s never too late to begin. EVERYTHING we see around us, now, is part of some aspect of the overall DIVIDE AND CONQUER strategy, of the Central Bankers. EVERYTHING has been FINANCIALIZED, using their Fiat “money”. They even engineer the crashes, so that they can emerge even stronger, the next time – when they roll-out their NEXT currency system.

        • Ed_B

          That’s right, Anon. Because knowing what we know really does take years of reading, no wonder that those who have not awakened have no idea of what we are saying. It’s hard to get people to understand the facts when there are so many of them to be read and understood. All of this should be on a set of DVDs with articles and videos that lay it all out from mild to wild. Mike Maloney’s “The Hidden Secrets of Money” takes a nice stab at it and should be a main part of helping others understand the Federal Reserve System, how it works, and why we cannot get out of debt so long as our money is borrowed into existence at interest. “The Creature from Jekyll Island” is another great piece as is “The Money Masters”.

    • Jacobson

      KTM ,
      It’s some stupid AMERICANS control the world .
      With an evil hegemony , but don’t worry , america is going to pay .
      And you , as european , better prepare good beacuse Europe is the POOREST continent in the world in term of natural resources , after Antartica ofcurse .

      Iben Yaakoob ,
      Ben Yaakov ,
      Jacob-son .

    • rich

      The corruption of Britain: UK’s key institutions infiltrated by criminals

      The report states that the infiltration made it almost impossible for police and prosecutors to successfully pursue the organised gangs that police suspected controlled much of the criminal underworld.

      The author of Tiberius, which was compiled from intelligence sources including covert police informants, live telephone intercepts, briefings from the security services and thousands of historical files, came to the desperate conclusion: “Quite how much more damage could be done is difficult to imagine.”

      The fresh revelations come a day after The Independent revealed that Tiberius had concluded the Metropolitan Police suffered “endemic police corruption” at the time, and that some of Britain’s most dangerous organised crime syndicates were able to infiltrate New Scotland Yard “at will”.

      In its conclusions, the report stated: “The true assessment of the damage caused by these corrupt networks is impossible to make at this stage, until further proactive scoping has been undertaken.

      Another case of corruption beyond the Met, identified by Tiberius, included intelligence of alleged foul play within HMRC, which is supposed to lead the UK’s fight against white-collar crime such as money laundering.

      http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/the-corruption-of-britain-uks-key-institutions-infiltrated-by-criminals-9052617.html

  • knowtoomuch

    @Kennyboy : Are you prophetizing, bro Kendyman ?

    … you sick CIA dude ..?

  • knowtoomuch

    And bring THIS time some armless actors please, because we haven’t seen those YET.

    O, yeah, I almost forgot : don’t you forget to bring some gallons of fake blood with it ; we want gallons this time, no more teacups, kennybitch ..!

  • knowtoomuch

    Have ANOTHER one, Steve … go on, just get waist, you freakin’ ha$bara …

  • Ed_B

    IMHO, the Federal Reserve System is unconstitutional on its face because there is absolutely nothing in the US Constitution that authorizes either the US Congress or the President to give any of their authority to any other entity, ever. Yet, that is exactly what the Congress did in 1913 when they gave their authority to coin money to the Fed. Why has there not been any court case on this? It seems an obvious way to end the Fed to me. But then, I am not a lawyer, which I see as one of my better features, so there could be more to this than I know. But I would be happy to hear from anyone who IS a lawyer who can explain this. If this is legal under the US Constitution, what section of it supports their authority to give away their constitutional power? If it is legal, why not just give away ALL their power and go lay on the beach while collecting their salaries?

    There was a mention of the Civil War and Jefferson vs. Hamilton and the 1st National Bank. Yes, that conflict did occur but it was much earlier than during the US civil war… about 60 years earlier, IIRC.

    Older folks are not “buying this crap” either, Sean. Quite a few of us are aware and aware.
    From what I have seen, the people most likely to be sheeple are those in their 30s and 40s. If they have enough to live a comfortable life, they not only do not know all this about the Fed, fiat currency schemes, metals manipulation, etc. and they do not want to know because knowing forces them out of their comfort zone. Many of us in our 60s were educated BEFORE the dumbing down process started in earnest. We also have the experience of 40+ years of adult living, so we know more than many give us credit for knowing. Like every other generation, however, our power over the government has been an illusion. So those who blame us for all of the problems out there can suck wind. We had as much control of things as they do now… which is to say not a damned thing.

    I agree with the contention that one can invest and make money. I’ve done it and so have others who I know personally. Yes, it IS difficult but it is not impossible. It requires lots of research on companies and their stocks, attention to any cycles for their industry, the economy, or that individual company, and a bit of luck as well. Never discount the value of a little luck but also be aware that those who work hard at things tend to make their own luck.

    Good interview. This is the meat and potatoes of vital info that cannot be gotten from the MSM. I watch the MSM for its entertainment value but I log on to find the truth. Blessings to Sean and all who participate in the SGT Report. It is one of only 2 daily must-reads. The other being the also excellent Silver Doctors.

    • Ed_B

      “Quite a few of us are aware and aware.”

      Err… darned typos… that should be AWAKE and AWARE! lol

    • wauhoo

      Excellent post Ed_B. The Supremes wouldn’t touch that case because they don’t want to assume room temperature like Lincoln or Kennedy.
      And you are right, SGT Report is an all day recheck must. Absolutely the best information site on the Internet.

      • SGT

        Thanks wauhoo, we really appreciate that feedback. To be honest, it’s been a little disappointing to us that we don’t really have as active a “comments” section going here as some other sites seem to enjoy. We’re working on some ways that may improve community involvement, and please let us know if you guys have any thoughts on improvements we could or should make to the site. ~S

      • Ed_B

        Thanks, Wauhoo, I appreciate your comments too. Agree on the supremes wussying out on such an issue but, man, let’s all face facts here. We are in deep doo and courage IS our best weapon.

    • MRH

      Thanks, Ed, for your valuable insight. A major part of the dumbing down process, in my opinion, has to do with youth. If youth–as it has been for at least the past 40 years–is propped up to be “the in thing” and age and wisdom are discarded, who do the young people have to look up to and learn from? Exactly, another 20 something or “an old guy” that is 30 something. Most of the young people know nothing–by design. From my perspective, as I state in this interview, the young people have been dumbed down to believe history exist only on the History Channel, that currency is money and there is no difference between the two and that war is part of the landscape. The people aged between 45 and 65 have the best knowledge and are the people that are awakening the fastest. We have the most to lose and we are the one’s that have PAID INTO social security all our working lives only to see it taken TWICE–neither time with anyone’s approval. They stole money directly from my labor and now they have stolen what was originally stolen. F’ng thieves, each and every one of the CON-gress people for the past 101 years and counting. In another 10 years cash will be so “pre 9/11″ and the youth will have nothing to do with it so forget gold and silver being understood at all once all the cash is gone–electronic currency anyone?

      • Ed_B

        I am always happy to contribute what I can. Heaven knows, I’ve learned TONS of things by reading the articles and comments on this great web site.

        Agree on your comments, although my comment regarding people waking up to the value of silver as real money comes from the idea that once the dollar crashes or is rapidly devalued at a rate MUCH faster than inflation, people will start to catch on to the fact that fiat currency has no intrinsic value… other than as tinder and TP, of course, and it really doesn’t work all that well for either of those necessary things. Even if the Gov never accepts gold or silver as money, lots of individuals will. I find people at local gun shows all the time who will take gold and silver for the products they are selling. Some won’t but that will change when fiat dies the death it so richly deserves.

  • JT

    Rory, the difference between a debit card / credit card and Bitcoin is that the banking system takes a slice for every single electronic transaction for debit/credit card transactions. It feeds them. Bitcoin denies them their cut of the transaction. What if we start transacting with each other and starve the banks of their % ? This scares them. It should.

    The value of a bit coin is not determined by a central authority. It is determined by those that use it, procure it, and sell it. We can crowd source projects using Bitcoin as payment. We can use Bitcoin across sovereign lines without paying exorbitant fees. We can transfer Bitcoin amongst ourselves for goods and services. If I get displaced by a natural disaster, as long as I have written down, memorized, or have a USB with my wallet information I can transact anywhere on the globe that accepts Bitcoin as payment. That is very very powerful. No need to smuggle any physical object across sovereign borders if you decide you must bug out. No authority can confiscate it from you. It is a means to transact with fellow humans. We decide on a transaction by transaction basis what livestock, a blanket, can of food, an ounce of silver, or handyman labor is worth in Bitcoin at the time of the person to person transaction.

    You don’t solve the problem by attacking the problem. You create its replacement. Bitcoin can serve as a means of transfer over distances outside the current paradigm. Bitcoin is a viable replacement that is highly portable and starves the beast who controls the current paradigm.

    • wauhoo

      How about this for an idea?
      State banking using USD or Bitcoin, your choice.

    • MRH

      First, thanks JT, and everyone else, for commenting and addressing one of my issues. One of the problems that I have with Bitcoin, in particular, is that according to Justin at GoldSilverBitcoin the platform or code that is Bitcoin was created by the NSA–here is the link to the interview we conducted with him a couple of months ago http://sgtreport.com/2013/11/gold-silver-bitcoin-a-rebels-portfolio/
      To me that is a problem and plays into the hands of the banksters–the banksters would like nothing better than to have everyone using electronic currency. Push a button you are electronically wealthy. Step out of line–push another button and you, financially, disappear–bankster paradise. Sounds incredibly dangerous to me. I understand there are a lot of really smart people that like Bitcoin and believe as you believe, that bitoin is a new beginning. Personally, I hope not. I would rather keep my transactions private and it seems like a very slippery slope to encourage more use of electronic currency. I understand that bitcoin is encrypted and is suppose to be anonymous, I would question that also. If one of the largest caches of bitcoin can be discovered by an old email that, to me, is an issue. Also, I believe it was ZeroHedge that reported recently that the FBI currently has the largest bitcoin wallet–major issue. I am sorry that I missed out on the run up from under $10 to over $1,000. Big time miss in as far as an investment.

      • Ed_B

        I share those same thoughts regarding Bitcoins. I am not opposed to them but prefer to follow that rule about “If you can’t hold it in your hands, you don’t own it”. That was what got me into stacking 4 years ago. Bitcoin IS interesting, though. I hope that it works out for those who prefer it. But it IS susceptible to hacking and corruption by those who have SERIOUS computing power… such as No Such Agency.

      • Tom G.

        MRH- I agree that the “slippery slope” of encouraging the use of electronic currency is dangerous. Besides, the govt will just throw a monkey wrench into this thing whenever they want.

        Ed- You’re right. I thought the reason we owned physical is because it is real, not virtual.

        I didn’t understand what Noonan meant when he said the younger generation has “cognitive dissonance.” Cognitive dissonance is when a person holds two opposing ideas in his or her head at the same time. How this applies to kids today, most of whom are asleep regarding the issues we are dealing with, I didn’t understand.

  • Anon

    The World is Waking Up to the New World Order
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRpi74qczos

    Let us hope, and pray, that it’s true…

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