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2016 & The World According To Rothschild — Bix Weir


Bix Weir is back to re-examine ‘The World in 2016’ according to the Rothschild’s Economist magazine. What did the esoteric, occult symbology riddled cover predict, what has come to pass thus far, and what is still to come? We take a deep dive into this and more. Thanks for joining us.

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148 comments to 2016 & The World According To Rothschild — Bix Weir

  • NIX

    IMO they will not crash the physical system or they will loose controll . IMV they will crash what you think of the system (different) with propaganda like the civil war story in usa last week. it will be a mind game so the masses adapt and the stormtrooper take controll slowly and if the patriotes awake and starts winning you better take the red button of their hands. that’s where i hope there is really good guy’s out there.

      • fonestar

        Hey brain-child, I’m interested in your “logic” as to why Gold & Silver are “money” when they are in the shape of discs and bars? But Gold & Silver are not “money” when they are in the shapes of rings and chains?

        So does the atomic structure of Gold & Silver change when they become “money”? Do magic particles enter the coins and bars when they are formed that way, causing them to become “money”? If you turn a silver coin into a silver chain to the magic particles leave the silver when it gets melted? Where do these magic particles go?

        I am always amused hearing the “logic” of blockheads. Something about bugging slow kids, maybe a character defect or something with me!

        • mike

          That was your first mistake, assumption of intelligence..”Brain Child”? ..Parrots just repeat, repeat and have almost no brain at all.

        • Eric

          Sure I’ll be happy to answer that for you. Let’s consult Mr. dictionary.

          Fungible – (of goods contracted for without an individual specimen being specified) able to replace or be replaced by another identical item; mutually interchangeable.

          Consistent – unchanging in achievement or effect over a period of time.

          While jewelry does hold some store of value, it is not fungible or consistent. One Gold ring cannot easily be exchanged for another Gold ring of equal value. Jewelry is not uniform. One troy ounce of 24k Gold from Canada is fungible and uniform with one troy ounce of 24k Gold from Australia, Europe, or the US. But unless it is distinctly marked with a stamp or easily identified as to the purity and content, I could not consider it to be “money.” Money is simple. Not complicated. One Troy ounce is 31.1 grams. Weights and Measures. Not bling and luxury.

          No the atomic structure of Gold and Silver do not change. But jewelry is not always pure 24k and most importantly, there is usually a large mark-up for jewelry. So one is paying up for the glitz rather than just the raw material.

          You still have a lot to learn. If you would like to see a blockhead, you should take a good long look in the mirror.

          • mike

            World must be tough being a moron. You actually use the dictionary to make a ridiculous argument that makes zero sense then do not accept the dictionary definition of money? A ring with 5 grams of gold would be worth as much as a coin with 5 grams of gold period. PMs are not money according to the dictionary, money is anything people “accept” as money. People do not accept PMs as money, PMs are an asset maybe but not the best asset for sure..Land has been the best assets over thousands of years..Pms have lost the majority of their purchasing power when measured in terms of human labor translating directly into less bang for the gram…Anyway you birds have tiny brains so no use in pointing out absolute fact. Pms are NOT money………..

            • Craig Escaped Detroit

              Only bitcoin is money. Shake on it.


              • Eric


                Did mike draw that in art class using fingerpaints?

                Gold is the money of kings.
                Silver is the money of gentlemen.
                Barter is the money of peasants.
                Debt is the money of slaves.
                Bitcoin is the money of scam artists and criminals.

                It’s difficult to accept a ring for payment if you don’t know how much Gold is in it.

                I don’t accept bitcoin.

                • mike

                  Eric how would a normal person know if your gold coin is real or not? Your ring argument is just stupid. Jesus I think you must practice to be this dumb.

                  “Bitcoin is the money of scam artists and criminals”…Hmm and Gold doesn’t have a 5000 year history of financing genocide, slavery,theft, rape, murder and on and on? What about Silver..Doesn’t that have a history of destroying innocence? What about Jesus Christ? Was he betrayed for silver or BTC?
                  I really get it that you have no Idea the benefit of BTC or maybe your just threatened by it. I get you don’t want to own it because you must hoard silver like the treacherous Jew Judas and his Pharisees masters. I am totally cool with you being Jewish and dont blame you for anything. I am not a Nazi like Krell and your other aliases. I really dont care at all. Just stop posting stupid arguments against BTC when its more than clear you are terrified of the future without the need for the dollar, banks,middlemen and gubberments. A future only BTC can provide most certainly NOT PMs….ONLY BTC IS MONEY!

                • Eric

                  How would anyone know what bitcoin is? Have you ever looked at a Gold coin mike? Coin dealers have ways of testing it not to mention it is stamped $50 1 oz .9999 FINE GOLD. What does that ring say on it?

                  I’m sure it was my dumbness that allowed me to retire at age 35. How’s mommy’s basement treating you?

                  Was Jesus betrayed for BTC? No. That just proves my point that BTC is not money. That’s why it’s called crypto-CURRENCY!!!

                  Do you know the difference between currency and money? Or do you just assume its the same thing?

                  No I am not threatened by pyramid schemes. What benefit? I have no use for BTC. I already have my patio furniture. If I see “we accept bitcoin” signs somewhere I may change my mind. But until I come across ANYONE who has ever heard of it, I’ll have to stick with HONEST money…Silver and Gold.

                  Oh yes you got me… I’m a jew. lol! I am not hoarding anything. I am saving in honest money. Not fiat currency. Not pyramid schemes or ponzi schemes like bitcoin. Honest money! I am not dumb enough to buy unproven technology that is vastly overvalued like you are. I’d rather buy something undervalued and HONEST! I do not require banks or middlemen to spend honest money. Perhaps you require your internet connection, your mobile phone, another bit-tard like fonestar to exchange goods with, but I’ll stick with what has a proven track record for 5000 years. If you want to be the guinea pig that gets hurt, I can’t help you.

                  Hey how come they don’t call it “precious currency?”

                • mike

                  I have lots of real gold coins/bars and silver and your right they have 9999 stamped all over them..There are plenty of fake gold coins with 999 stamped all over them and very similar in weight. The average person is not going to know how to tell them apart. Not to mention gold will be worth so much it will not be divisible in the real world. Is someone going to take a barley visible spec of gold when they dont even know what it is for sure as payment for anything? They would probably rather have a gold ring in payment then a tiny spec of what you tell them is gold. A lot of people already know what BTC is and it is already being used as MONEY by millions across the world and it grows everyday.
                  You are going to need experts to spend specs of gold and silver at every transaction to verify whether or not it is real..BTC on the other hand will just spend no matter size of the transaction.
                  Only BTC is money nothing else.I really do get you dont get it..You are however doing a great disservice to your fellow man attacking it with stupid arguments. Everyone on this site has a ton of PMs not just you Eric. Some on this site have looked a lot deeper into the story and found glaring inconsistencies in the silver story as to supply ect only to be attacked by you?? If your right I will do great with all my PMs but I suspect the PMs will just do alright not fantastic because they are not a hedge against inflation and have lost the vast majority of their purchasing power over time when measured directly against human labor thanks to innovation in all industries. When the dollar dies there will be a new money no doubt. If you own PMs then you can sell them and have some new money so it wont be a total loss but those that got the new money in its infancy will have true generational wealth.
                  Dont get any BTC Eric that doesn’t hurt my feelings. Just stop attacking what you don’t understand.

                • Eric

                  And why would I care what the average, let alone the below average person (mike) can tell a fake gold coin from a real one?

                  Good luck with your patio furniture mike.

                  you’re getting boring to me.

                  let me know when figure out that digital blips are not real tangible wealth (patio furniture).

                  Talk to the hand.

              • fonestar

                Only Bitcoin is money.

                • Eric

                  Then why isn’t it accepted widely accepted for value?


                  from Richard Russell of Dow Theory Letters:

                  (1) It must be durable, which is why we don’t use wheat or corn or rice.

                  (2) It must be divisible, which is why we don’t use art work.

                  (3) It must be convenient, which is why we don’t use lead or copper.

                  (4) It must be consistent, which is why we don’t use real estate.

                  (5) It must possess value in itself, which is why we don’t use paper.

                  (6) It must be limited in the quantity that is available, which is why we don’t use aluminum or iron.

                  (7) It should have a long history of acceptance, which is why we don’t use molybdenum or rhodium.

                  Only GOLD and SILVER fit all seven characteristics.

                  BITCOIN is BAD MONEY!

                • fonestar

                  Money must be international and instantaneous. Gold & Silver fail in that regard.

                • Eric

                  Not really. Gold is held by central banks, investors, and the public throughout the world. And considering the size of the blockchain delaying transactions with bitcoin, you don’t have much of an argument there.

                  You keep changing the subject. Did you want to talk about jewelry, bitcoin, or real money like Gold and Silver?

                • mike

                  The single most important aspect of MONEY it that it must be accepted as money lol and that is absolutely not the case with PMs. PMs are money? Yet you cant spend them anywhere?? PMs are an asset only. If oil reserve supply gubberment numbers being way way off were just a fluke, a one time gubberment error but gubberment PM supply mining numbers are correct then there are simply not enough PMs to ever be money.

                  If there are only 1 billion available oz of silver for instance then the average human being could work their entire life time for about 1 oz of silver when you consider population increases and new mining over a lifetime.
                  That would make silver worth around a million an oz not $960/oz.
                  Gold would be even more valuable.
                  The mining numbers are obviously way off and make zero sense. If they are correct then silver and gold would be worth millions an oz right now and there would have to be billions of paper contracts for every one oz. That is not the case Silver is worth a whopping $19/oz you can purchase as much as your heart desires from here to forever more. You need to ask the CIA guys hiding under your bed for some real answers. You have that great resource of knowledge right in your own home. Instead of running from them in your bedroom ask them some questions, There might even be some Jews hiding in your closet or trying to poison your well, don’t fear them ask them some questions..I wait for your report on what they say.

                • Eric

                  The single most important aspect of MONEY it that you must have it in your own possession. Possession is 9 points of the law.

                  Blipcoin is all digital so that doesn’t qualify.

            • Eric

              The characteristics of money are durability, portability, divisibility, uniformity, limited supply, and acceptability.

              Jewelry is not durable or divisible. And most people are not interested in being paid in jewelry. Even less are interested in bitcoin.


            • Eric

              How much of your wealth did you put into bitcoin mike?

              Way to go. TPTB would love to get everyone 100% into a digital currency.

              It’s called crypto-currency. Not crypto-MONEY!!!

              Money is for saving. Currency is for spending.

          • fonestar

            Nothing is more “fungible” than Bitcoin. Can you take a one ounce gold bar and slice 1/100,000,000th of an ounce off it to make change? Unless you’re carrying around some advanced atomic scale, probably not. And even if you could it still takes you days or weeks to purchase something in another country with it… oh yeah, you should never buy outside your neighbourhood anyway right? Not to mention the majority of people are not going to know whether a gold or silver coin they got as payment is genuine.

            • Eric

              You asked about jewelry. Not bitcoin.

              Bitcoin is not a store of value.

              BitGold on the other hand, is Gold held in allocated storage, insured in the vaults of your choice, and can be divided fractionally by the gram.

              $1300 divided by 100 million = $0.000013

              What can you buy with $0.000013???

  • fonestar

    You guys with your “digital mining shares” should listen to Bix. Because I think he is right, you are going to be left with nothing and unable to collect on any of your winnings. There is a reason that they do not give you paper stock certificates anymore. You will be trapped inside the system.

    • mike

      He is right on a few things..Everyone will be EBT people after this crash and the PMs wont be worth a thing except to pay for your throat getting cut. So buy BTC now before its too late, some bleach for your hair, crossbow and a VW sandrial car..Its the only way to be a proper road warrior…Think this is going to be fun!

      Man that would be great if they dole the new money by how much you paid in..I am going to be the richest post apocalyptic road warrior EVER!

      • KRELL427

        That would compliment your dumbest ever status in the comment section.

      • fonestar

        The people on this site are too dumb to understand that Bitcoin is a PROTOCOL. And open protocols don’t rely on any institutions for its survival.

        They might be able to trade amongst each other with their gold and silver. Which is a fraction of 1% of the population. Or put another way, you have a long way to travel without being shot, raped, robbed and killed to get some eggs for your Mercury Dime.

        • Eric

          That just means there is no way to recover lost, hacked, or stolen funds. No regulation. no insurance. No real tangible wealth in “protocols.”

          Actually my neighbors have hens and chickens. I might have to walk across the street to get eggs. And have got plenty of mercury dimes to exchange for eggs. Until then, I’ll keep buying them at the store will credit.

          Gold is for savings.
          Fiat is for spending.

          Bitcoin is for suckers.

          • mike

            Lol Eric how are you going to protect your PMs the Gubberment absolutely knows you own??..Your always pointing out your good deals and links to provident or wherever..Do you have a cash arrangement with your favorite dealer for you favorite Kooks? Do you send cash with clandestine drop off instructions? A record of everyone one of your purchases exist forever from credit card or bank transfers and from whatever dealer you purchased from…Believe me your not going to stop them from marching right in and taking everything you own..Are you going to get a foreign account and deposit your metals there? Good luck ever getting them back ah hahahaha. BTC is the way to go period if you believe the Dollar is going to totally crash. If you think it just going to inflate a bit to basically halve the country’s debt then go with PMs.

            • Eric

              mike, how are you going to access your crypto currency when the EMP strikes, the grid goes down, with no access to internet? Or when nobody else wants them because they have never heard of it or don’t trust it?

              Do you have an arrangement with fonestar? Your local grocer? Your local gas station? Are you prepared for the price of bitcoin to go to zero?

              Maybe you do but I don’t leave precious metals just sitting out on the dining room table. It would be much easier for them to push a button and delete your wallet than it would be for them to march in here and find whatever they’re looking for.

              Gold is going back into the system. Not bitcoin. Gold is real tangible wealth. Bitcoin is just digital blips on a screen.

              A record of every one of your transactions exist too on the blockchain. If you make a transaction now, it might be complete by next wednesday.

              • mike

                Lol EMP what a tard..I guess I should be worried about the CIA run Alien attack program as well?
                There will be a dollar crash or at the very least a devaluation (Possible in real life) which is not a big deal. A devaluation could easily completely fix our debt problem without destroying the dollar entirely.
                I dont think there is going to be emp attacks, that is ridiculous and just absurd. I know you got links to weirdos with zero credibility that did tons of research but just like SRS Rocoo they do not understand the data and come to the wrong conclusions every time. An EMP attack Would do no one, not even the Elites and CIA that live under your bed and in your head any good. I think they make something called SSRIs, you might consider with a doctors prescription getting on them to clear the voices out.

                Your runway is open and you are clear to land..There is no mother ship.

                BTC is instant every-time I used it? I just got a nice printer from Overstock. Transaction took a millisecond. You need to brush up on the BTC when the CIA isn’t chasing you around your bedroom.

                • fonestar

                  Haha… these morons like to co-mingle their conspiracies. When they run out of “wiggle room” to explain their other moronic theories it becomes “durr what about the EMP?”

                  If an EMP is your excuse against owning Bitcoin then **WHY THE FUCK HAVE THEY BEEN USING DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS ALL THESE YEARS???**

                  But don’t expect any straight answers from these CERTIFIED MORONS.

                • Eric

                  No. I have no interest in owning bitcoin because it’s an unbacked pyramid scheme created out of thin air by the CIA that isn’t worth anything.

                  I already have my patio furniture and a new printer.

                  I was only replying against mikes ignorant questions. I’m surprised he didn’t ask “how are you going to go to the bathroom without bitcoin?”

                  You 2 really are much dumber than I suspected.

                • fonestar

                  No you *JUST DID* bring up “EMP” 4 comments above you idiot!

                • Craig Escaped Detroit

                  The government(s) around the world, in many countries, have their own “internet Kill Switches”, and I do believe they will use it when ever they feel like it. and that is how they will bring down BTC along with communications between the common peoples.

                  The “Swift system” to run the banking mechanisms of the world, does not need the internet, so that the Swift system will not be affected by the “internet kill switch”.

                  I do agree that there is value in BTC because of it’s “utility” as a form of currency (seemingly) outside the control of governments or banks, but it is clear that it is quite difficult to really achieve “anonymity” in BTC transactions, and to achieve it, requires a level of understanding & sophistication that is beyond most people. So, in most BTC transactions, all the history of every transaction can be traced to all the users (taxed and jailed when needed.)

                  But I still like it’s usefulness outside of the crap of the Swift system and I recognize & acknowledge it’s vulnerability in the fact it lives and breathes on the open internet.

                  To be an ardent supporter of anything, it’s always best to educate and point out the advantages of a “thing”, rather than to denigrate or do name calling of those who are not supporters of that thing.
                  (Simple psychology and old time wisdom says it’s easier to catch flies with honey than with vinegar.)

                  If I (now or in the future) ever have a need to cross national borders, then I would certainly be well protected to do it with BTC rather than the easily X-rayed and confiscatable gold & silver metals, just so long as I was entering a place where I could RE-CONVERT my BTC into Ag & Au at my pleasure.

                  My personal choice, is to invest in the PM’s, but I don’t denigrate the current use or the growing functionality of the BTC’s. I am willing to jump into some BTC if and when my situation may require it.

                • Eric

                  So then answer the question. How does one access their bitcoins when there is no internet service or in a grid down scenario? What’s your back up plan?

                  bit-idiots and their bitcoin economy.

                • Eric


                  I really don’t see the need for BTC when one can set up Gold in allocated storage insured in the vaults of their choice around the world. It can be transferred to other vaults, redeemed in physical form, sold, or spent using a simple digital app.

                  Bitcoin was a nice idea but sadly it really isn’t worth anything. The only reason why it even works is because it is accepted for value by some people who fail to see that it is just fiat currency 2.0

                  When the vendors stop accepting it or dropping out like flies, the value of bitcoin will become apparent as the price rapidly approaches zero.

                  When that will be is anyone’s guess. Maybe when’s stock price starts drops to single digits or when the market crashes.

                  “You are to have honest balances, honest WEIGHTS, an honest dry measure, and an honest liquid measure; I am Yahweh your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt.”

                  Leviticus 19:36 Holman Christian Standard Bible

                • fonestar


                  If you think the internet can simply be “turned off” whenever someone feels like it, you lack an understanding of what the internet is.

                  There are no “secret internet kill switches”. Government can go to local Telcos and ISPs and demand that they shut things down. And doing that would effectively kill many of that government’s communications and revenue sources as well. Not to mention that government has now made an enemy out of everybody.

                  And there is no separate, secret internet running SWIFT either. It’s using the exact same fiber running that everyone else is using.

                  I’m not even going to bother with the “EMP” bullshit either. If anyone was really that scared about an “EMP” they never would have used debit cards, credit cards, dollars or banks to begin with.

                • Eric

                  No, they would still use debt, credit, dollars and banks. But those are related forms of currency. Not a store of wealth that can be isolated from the world around it like Gold and Silver. And certainly not a tech stock pyramid scheme like bitcoin.

                  So you have never had a power outage? You do have adequate back up power supplies, UPS, solar to continue powering all your digital mining equipment, CPU’s and modem then? Actually I don’t really care what you do.

                  Oh look. More criminal activity surrounds bitcoin. More people I don’t want to associate with.


              • Craig Escaped Detroit

                Thank you.

                Your words are so reassuring that there are no “secret internet kill switches”, etc. I was worried there for a bit.

                I guess things like SOP-303, and the Chinese Great FireWall, or places like Egypt, Tunisia, Turkey shutting down internet, cell services, or turning on filtering firewalls is just a vicious false rumor.

                Glad to hear there are no such things and that BTC will never be able to be filtered or stopped by any government agency.

                Pointing out how I know nothing about the internet etc, is also a great way to communicate with people. Looking down on others and heaping ridicule is always an effective method of sharing knowledge. I’m feeling so expanded by your generous sharing of a wealth of fully backed supported information. (just like BTC is fully backed and supported too?)


                • fonestar

                  What “internet kill switches”? This is the stupidest thing ever… do you mean *A* (singular) government can storm an ISP and make them tear down their routes? Yes they could do that I guess? They could just blow up the whole building too. Why would they do that knowing that’s the gateway to the outside world and their own comms go through that building? Stupid idea!

                  Is this one government going to storm every ISP on Earth and destroy their routes and routers? I really have no clue how to even respond to this…

            • Eric

              Bitcoin is like the tulipmania. Except with tulipmania you at least got a nice flower.

          • mike

            You have no insurance on your gold or silver only extreme liability. SHFT do you think insurance Co’s will be taking clams? lol..Jesus your retarded. How long will it be before people figure out since your the only one spending PMs during the SHTF they siege your house and take it by force. You live in Colorado or near it from what I can remember you saying. The armpit of America. Your in death central if there is ever a shtf or EMP lol. You want to be on the coast, any coast. You have too far to travel for anything and your easily sieged by being land locked..Haven’t given that too much thought? Thats because you can only have one thought at a time in that canary bird brain of yours. Ill bet you got some guns but there is always a better shot and your not going to stop anyone from taking everything you have leaving you destitute. BTC on the other hand is worthless to anyone but the owner and can not be easily taken with virtually no effort by Jewish EBT Marauders or the Gubberment.

            • Eric

              tell you what mike,

              if you can find my “extreme liability” it’s all yours!

              BTC is all digital. Nobody owes you anything. When you realize BTC is worthless, or when it crashes 80% overnight the next time like it did the last time, I’ll be right here to tell you I told you so.

              As far as you calling me a “canary bird brain” I think that should tell everyone here what a scam artist you are, and one more reason why they should stay out of bitcoin!

              You only get one reputation. And I would never do business with someone as screwed up as you are. Enjoy your digital blips!

        • Silver Shield

          Isn’t the blockchain the Protocol?
          Isn’t Bitcoin the digital illusion of wealth Ponzi scheme built off that protocol?
          And aren’t their something like 776+ other crypto currencies out there?
          Don’t they call them crypto currencies and not crypto money because they meet none of the definitions of money?
          Don’t crypto currencies have exchange value but no use value?
          Wouldn’t you rather have something that has use value, exchange value, tangible value, a 5,000 year global history of money and is 97% cheaper than Bitcoin?
          I will stick with silver that to even my 2 year old knows the value of it with out some scientologist indoctrination session to beLIEve in Bitcoin.

          • Moishe

            hammering silver again.

          • mike

            Are not there 100’s of different metals out there? Are not there eliments far more rare than GOld? Why are they not worth as much as silver and gold? Another retarded argument.
            5000 year history as money..Maybe. But if you use that 5000 year history you can see the massive amount inflation the PMs have suffered.
            2000 years ago or whatever how much human effort did it take to create a Toga? How was the cotton or flax farmed? How much human effort did that take just to keep the bugs off and bring in your harvest, how did you harvest it? How much human effort did it take to produce material from that farm product? How much human effort did it take to transport it and fashion it into a Toga? 1 ounce of gold paid for all that human effort.
            Now today that same oz of gold will get you 1 ok suit of clothes. Although we have commercial farming with virtually no human effort. We have modern textile plants that can produce 1000’s of yards of material with 1 human operator in an hour. Modern sewing machines and methods, transportation etc. If gold held it’s value you should today be able to buy 1000 nice suits with that same oz of gold.
            That does not even get into mining innovation. Years ago they had to find actual visible ore to mine. Today they can extract PMs from ore that has ZERO visible gold even under a microscope. 1 man on 1 machine can produce more PMs today than it took 10000 people in yesteryear.
            What I just stated for some reason is far above the heads of the great minds of Eric and Krell. I think most people understand it once they give it 1 minute of thought.
            PMs are not money..The definition of money is that it is accepted as money. Pms do not spend so they lack the single most important aspect of money..History is history is history. BTC is Money and circumvent gubberment, banks, middlemen the very things you rail against. Pms are an asset but losing value (Purchasing power) everyday due to innovation in all industries. I would appreciate you Eric and the moron Krell never to speak of BTC because you do not understand the most basic of fundamentals. Keep Stacking if that is what you want to do, hate BTC and never get any, no one cares.

            • fonestar

              Great points Mike. By their own “logic” Platinum or Rhodium should be money and not Gold & Silver.

              • Eric

                Virtually no human effort. lol!

                With how easy mike makes it sound, I’m surprised he isn’t in the mining or agriculture professions. His numbers are ridiculous and he never provides any proof of his outlandish claims.

                The cost of mike’s “innovation”…


                • mike

                  Man you are a moron…The cost of equipment overall is negligible to over all output. It is not equal to real human labor in any way. Does the cost of a Honda motorcycle compare to the cost of owning and maintaining a team of horses? ..Man Really not kidding when I ask you this…Do you think at all? Are you really a parrot?
                  Why buy a tractor at all when in your mind 1 man can do the same with a shovel…Wow retarded.

                • Eric

                  Overall output is not determined by capital alone.

                  Honda motorcycle…fits 1-2 people, needs fuel.

                  Team??? Of horses… Sounds like more than 2.

                  Thinking is my specialty

                  Guessing is yours.

            • KRELL427

              Just like pokemon go, its getting easier and easier to lead the sheep to the slaughterhouse.

              • Eric

                Especially when they’re schizophrenic and don’t know the difference between money and currency.

                Mike and fonestar remind me of idiocracy.

                Only blipcoin is money. so fuck you.

              • Eric

                Krell, I was really wondering how I could finance a new Ford Explorer using bitcoin, but the Ford dealer told me they don’t accept unbacked all digital currencies that aren’t worth anything.

                I’m pretty sure the gasoline stations don’t accept it anyways.

                I wonder what kind of illegal crap mike is buying that he requires a CIA created ponzi scheme.

            • Eric

              Bitcoin is not durable.
              Bitcoin is not a store of value.
              Bitcoin does not have a long history of acceptance.
              Bitcoin does not possess value in itself since it is not physical or real tangible wealth.
              Bitcoin certainly is not consistent since it is extremely volatile.

              Bitcoin is NOT money!

              Mike lives in neverneverland.

      • Eric

        That definitely doesn’t look like bitcoin around the neck of the phoenix.

        They don’t control Gold. They control the PRICE of Gold. Not the Supply. And not the Demand. And we already know it’s massively undervalued and underowned. Why would anyone want overvalued digital currencies when you can have Gold???

        Gold is nation-less as Bix says.

        Put yourself on the Gold Standard. The paper digits will dissolve away fast enough.

        Gold is money!

        Anyone want to go to the Grand Canyon? Not too far from me.

        I need to get a damn rock crusher on the cheap somehow.

        • Ed_B

          “Anyone want to go to the Grand Canyon?”

          Been there, seen it. It’s awesome and it simply cannot be appreciated by pics. 🙂

        • mike

          Its a bitcoin around it’s neck..Only BTC is money nothing else..Cant remember what great freedom loving American said that but I know he did..Wait, that was me:). Poor suckers are going to be lost trying to protect your PMs from marauders and especially the Gubberment renegades in the event of a mad max shtf scenario. The funny thing is PMs will be completely worthless in a total crash bix was right about that. SGT wasn’t being very bright citing Venezuela as an example of people maintaining purchasing power with PMs..They were able to do just that only because the dollar still exist, that’s all Bix had to say to end that line of ridiculous statements. Same thing when the USSR fell people were using US dollars. If the dollar and all fiat currency’s die then PMs are worthless and only ammo would matter at that point. Like the Marauders in the Original Dawn of the dead that broke into the mall only to steal cash and jewels? What were they going to do with them, use it as fishing weights?
          PM investors are 100% dollar paradigm, elite and bankster supporters by default, that is the absolute truth..BTC users and investors are looking towards the future without banks, gubberments and middlemen and using the true solution.

          • Eric

            I wonder what was money for mike before 2008.

            I wonder what is money for the billions of people who are smart enough to stay out of pyramid schemes like bitcoin.

            I notice the intelligence level of the discussion has seriously deteriorated ever since mike and fonestar came by.

            I miss Gnostic. We were getting somewhere back then.

            • mike

              The money was paper before 08-09, money that every gubbermennt on earth can print at will and people in the real world can spend. The only honest money in the history of all civilization, not controlled by gubberments and banks, mined by individuals and actually limited in total supply concept was not conceived until 2008. Why BTC..Simple answer is that is what the market determined as money over all others.
              Same reason Gold and silver were once money in the past. There are lots of metals out there even more rare than gold and silver with the exact quality’s so why gold and silver? The market chose then above all others.
              Today PMs are absolutely not money only BTC. Did not say they were not an asset, they are like any tangible item ranging from toilet paper to MREs. All things you can barter for exactly like ancient man bartered.
              BTC is money even under your definition. BTC is eternal, can not be destroyed. Can be lost? Sure but so has countless tons of PMs through out history. BTC is the single most fungible money in human history. BTC is the only money in the history of man that is limited in supply and can not be manipulated.
              BTC is far more convenient than trying to carry around a ton of silver or attempting to clip off a piece that is so small you cant even see it. You can use it right now to purchase anything worldwide in a fraction of a second, PMs absolutely not.
              BTC is uniform and consistent. PMs absolutely not, you need an expert to determine it purity.
              BTC is a store of value based on its rarity..PMs absolutely not a consistent store of value as PROVEN simply by contrasting it with human labor over a period of time. (Far above your pea brain).
              Unlike PMs that existed far longer than civilization BTC has a 100% acceptance history as money. From the day it was created and functional it held value giving BTC proportionally a much longer history as money than PMs..(You’ll never understand that one lol).
              Sorry man even under your god Richards definition, PMs do not fit the definition of Money but BTC does. BTC also has the single most import aspect of Money that PMs can not do..SPEND!
              PMs are not money period. They are simply an asset. They will never be money again because of your own twisted definition of money.

              • Eric

                I just bought a cup of coffee which usually costs $1.79 and paid with a silver dime (10 cents).

                Good deal for me. Silver is money.

                BTC is not durable.
                BTC is not a store of value.
                BTC does not have a long history of acceptance.
                BTC does not possess value in itself since it is not physical or real tangible wealth.
                BTC is not consistent and is extremely volatile. That last time it crashed, the price fell 80%!!!

                Bitcoin is NOT money! mike is NOT truthful!

                BTC is the money of scam artists and criminals.

                • mike

                  Well since BTC has been money longer than anything on earth proportionally since from its inception as money it had value (Dont hurt your brain thinking about that), it is bound to have a crash or two. Your not saying anything new. BTC is the only honest money ever created by humans. Much more honest than pms mined and fashioned by human hands. PMs are the most manipulated commodity in human history yet they are somehow honest? The is an unlimited supply waiting to be mined so they are not rare. PMS are directly responsible for more human death and misery than any other thing in human history.
                  BTC is mined by individuals. BTC is truly limited. BTC is spendable now. BTC can not be manipulated by gubberments not even the CIA or EMP can take out the BTC. Your not honest with yourself. You are responsible for peoples financial loss like poor kreel who is a parrot of a parrot, you. Ill bet Krell does everything you tell him. I remember even Sean encouraging some guy on one of his micro doc message board to put his clubs money (Think it was about 100k at the time) into Pms when silver was like 40/oz gold was crazy. The dude did it on Sean’s recommendation and basically lost his clubs savings. Haven’t seen any I am sorry videos. I cant believe you have no problem tricking people into what is an obvious lie because you are not willing to look at BS gubberment mining numbers and not trying to get to the truth at all. Your pathetic. You should have called the top for the FM stock it only got the brexit bump in anticipation of higher physical prices. Its going to crash down as well but you don’t care you’ll still be a parrot buy buy buy//Tard dont speak to me.

                • Eric

                  He’s not anywhere near that tough.

                • mike

                  Polly want a cracker? You two are precious.

    • Eric

      Don’t worry about us fonestar. After Silver goes back to its 1980 high, and I have 20 10 baggers, I’ll cash out my little portfolio and go buy that patio furniture you always wanted. Took out more cash from my “winnings” today. How’d you do?

      Mike did you sell your worthless metal for digital blips and put your money where your mouth is yet?

      • fonestar

        You are going to redeem your digital mining shares from brokerage firms and banks that don’t exist anymore? While society is collapsing all around you? And these non existent firms are going to pay you out in what exactly? “Dollars”? Great “logic” there ERIC.

        • Eric

          Which ones don’t exist anymore? My funds are still available.

          Picked up a lot more DTVMF today. At 20 cents, that should be an easy 5 bagger.

          Yes, Dollars are still accepted at all restaurants, all grocery stores, all gas stations. Strange how I never see any BTC signs. hmmmm.

      • mike

        You know your stock picks are absolutely terrible..Your latest 5 bagger call above has lost about 20% of its value since oyu bought it .20, so you lost $$$$. But since they are a PM exploration co? I suppose in your mind even if they go to zero which they will they still have intrinsic value?
        Nice work on losing peoples money by pushing horrible stocks and attempting to keep them away from real money and real value? When FM tanks after the big pump, I am sure you will be telling people you sold at the high and they were too stupid to sell then? Why not call the top first right here on sgtreport? Then maybe you will have some credibility! Your a moron of the highest caliber.

        • Eric

          Actually my stock picks have done excellent. But I have a lot more patience than you do. I didn’t waste my life and my savings guessing.

          It didn’t lose 20% of it’s value. It lost 20% of it’s price. I’m not sure it’s that much either. I know how you like to make things up mike. It’s value is significantly higher than it’s price unlike bitcoin where the fair value is ZERO!

          But that’s okay by me. I didn’t sell any so I haven’t lost a thing. Do you know how markets work???

          I’d like to pick more up actually. I didn’t expect it to go up this week you dolt. I get paid again in 2 weeks so I wouldn’t mind seeing things consolidate a bit longer. If it goes to zero, which it won’t, I will lose 0.08% of my overall net worth. How much of your net worth did you invest in BTC? You obviously like to guess and gamble a lot.

          BTC is down 7.5% this month so it doesn’t look like you’re doing too great lately. I am not expecting First Majestic (AG) to tank. At least you could do is get the ticker right. But after a 589% move upwards, it could come back to the 50 day moving average easily enough. $12 might be a good entry point. I took some profits on the way up. But I’m not selling anymore. That one is going to $50 easily.

          Tell me mike, what have you purchased with BTC that you cannot use credit or debit for? What kind of criminal activity are you into? Don’t you have a sweet little old lady to scam out of her life savings?

      • mike

        It will never go back to it’s 1980 inflation adjust high..There has been 35 billion oz produced if you believe gubberment numbers and you do since then. No it has not all been destroyed that is serious rubbish. I remember The nutbag Chris Duane explaining how “constitutional” silver and silverware was all gone lol dumped into the giant imaginary vat and melted down and what was left would never be sold? I have tons of junk silver and silverware and it is just that, junk. Would it not be a good idea to get a recognized independent audit of mines? Like what was done in the oil industry recently? They found out the gubberment numbers were WAY WAY WAY off and it turn outs the US has more oil than everyone…I am sure the mining numbers are way way off as well and mines around the world have been mining 10 times what they say, selling out the backdoor or have creative reporting methods. Why would the gubberment lie? Was it intentional or just worthless bureaucrats doing what they do best, nothing? Got a feeling if a real audit happened your world would be destroyed. Miners have the most to gain from manipulation.
        If silver even reaches 40/oz again your going to see a massive amount of physical in all forms coming from everywhere crashing the price again and that is the time to sell. Miners don’t want that for sure. They are probably most profitable around 19 or 20 People still hang on to their silver at that price and dont flood the physical market. Keep on pumping even though your stocks and physical are doing one thing only with the exception of pump and dumps here and there and that is trending down…Your silver /Gold Physical and stock update….

    • Eric

      I’d be grumpy too if I didn’t have any First Majestic shares and watched it out perform Bitcoin all year by hundreds of percentages.

      Tweedle Dee (fonestar) and Tweedle Dum (mike) never learn.

      • fonestar

        ERIC is going to be like that guy going back to Switzerland after the war…

        ERIC TO BANK TELLER: “Yes my family had some gold deposits here but we had to leave for an emergency a few years ago. Here is my account number…”

        BANK TELLER TO ERIC: “(Trying to hold back his laughter)… Why yes sir! We had a bit of an issue with some of that gold. But we have all of your account information right here. One of our agents will be contacting you soon!”

        ERIC TO BANK TELLER: “(Other bankers start to watch and grin) When do you think I will hear from you? I am only in Geneva for a week.”

        BANK TELLER TO ERIC: “Well we do have a few million creditors in our queue right now but I can assure you it will not be long. Good day sir!”

        ERIC TO BANK TELLER: “Durrr okay then.”

        • Eric

          fonestar: “what do you mean you have never heard of bitcoin? It’s going to revolutionize the global economy!”

          cashier: “I’m sorry sir. I have never heard of whatever you call it. We do accept visa and mastercard.

          fonestar: “but bitcoin is a digital crypto pyramid scheme based out of tel aviv.”

          cashier: “I’m sorry sir but bitcoin, or whatever you call it, is not accepted for all debts private and public. No money no honey.”

          Not only is it only just merely a medium of exchange, it isn’t even accepted for value unless you want to just buy worthless consumer junk.

  • Thomas

    A million tons of gold in the Grand Canyon? Really Bix? Unbelievable. Yamashita gold? How does he fall for this crap?

    Other than that, great interview.

    • Ed_B

      “How does he fall for this crap?”

      Well, he DID drop the “d” from the end of his last name, right? 😉

    • Hugo

      My thoughts exactly Thomas! A million tons of gold in one mine, unbelievable for sure. Even Karen Hudges (whom I think has issues) does not make claims like that. Her most fun comment was that all that gold is stored on an vulcanic island lol.

      regards, Hugo

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    I can’t wait for the biggest 3-way interview of all time.

    Bo (pick a number) Polny, Michael (KWN style) Snyder & Johnathan (Shemitah) Cahn

  • Jacobson

    And Muhammad hits again “infidel France”.

  • knowtoomuch

    John Kaminski’s latest News Letter ( “Bro” Jacobson ) :


    Path of the

    Devouring peaceful nations
    for almost four centuries


    This is precisely what is happening in the United States today, the same as what happened to all those other countries before the swindling of the Jews had turned all these distinctive nation states into near cadaver gray wraiths of corporate duplicity eager to sacrifice the Earth itself for their year-end bonuses.

    By John Kaminski
    [email protected]

    This is the book that most succinctly tells the tale of the continuing disappearance of our individual rights, courtesy of a single group that has controlled our lives since long before we were born.

    The book condenses four hundred years of history into a syllabus of historical headlines that demolish traditional mainstream fables which were written by the victors. It chronicles the staying power and worldwide dominance of a soulless gang of ethnic arch criminals who continue to pillage the world today more efficiently than ever.

    The secret this book analyzes has been hidden from public scrutiny by the ever vigilant “authorities” who dominate information distribution around the world. Reality is painted over by these purveyors of plastic thought, one size fits all, our government is always good.

    Especially this book should convince the most hardheaded skeptic that the Jews have ruled the world since that dark day in 1649 when Cromwell arranged to execute the king of England. This is the history text they should teach in school, and that American citizens sorely need to know, so that they may more readily realize the repetitive scams that constantly plague our health and recklessly waste the lives of our children.

    Capt. Archibald Maule Ramsay’s The Nameless War tracks the path of the most lethal social parasite of all time, from the killing of the king and admission of the Jews to England in 1649, to the eve of World War II in 1940, when the Jews were arranging yet another passion play slaughter of millions. Even though Ramsay was a member of English parliament, when he revealed he knew the three-centuries-old story of the Jewish control of history, he was immediately thrown into prison and held incommunicado for the remainder of the war.

    To be locked in a media mindlock is to accept what you hear on television as accurate, objective and verifiable. So when you interface with an unadorned slab of real history that has escaped the syrupy bullshit veneer of what is poured over television news, you become incredulous and too often succumb to the “Everything on the Internet is fake!” escape clause. “This couldn’t possibly be true!” you exclaim.

    It’s the same as looking a Jew in the eye and telling him his Holocaust is a hoax — he turns away, beseeching the god whose madness he worships that he will one day seek revenge for this challenge to his fabricated manhood.

    Yes, much on the Internet has been twisted to suit the Jews and their lackeys, but heaping gobs of truth, such as Ramsay’s outpouring of unspun history, occasionally still slip through the Web of darkness that we must never forget is owned by Jews.

    Seekers seek whatever best explains their lives, and you don’t have to spend very many years away from your parents to understand the world runs on sleight-of-hand, and the secret that runs the world is probably something you have never even heard of, unless you have been digging beyond the trendy tracts of apocalypticals and catastrophists and into the hardcore archives of that most taboo subject of all — how the Jews have cannibalized and are cannibalizing the world.

    The single book I recommend to convince yourselves irrevocably that the world is haunted by these emotional cripples out to disfigure and destroy humanity is titled The Nameless War, an underground classic whose author was a British member of parliament slammed into jail for the duration of World War II for writing this brilliant exposé of Jewish perfidy. It is linked below.

    The book details the egomaniacal plan of the tyrant Oliver Cromwell, who was funded by rich Jews, which began the entrapment of Western civilization into a Jew-driven government that continues to plunder the world with its diabolical schemes for swindling.

    Ramsay’s book pinpoints such unfairly forgotten arch-villains as John Calvin, architect of the opposition that would eventually kill the king and readmit the Jews into England, who in less than a century founded the Bank of England that still rules the world today from its fortress in the city of London. Other famous saboteurs of the time include Cromwell’s paymasters Portuguese Jew Fernandez Carvajal and Dutch financier Manassah ben Israel, as well as Solomon de Medina, who orchestrated the seizure of power from an enfeebled king (a practice the Jews were to use frequently on their path to world domination).

    To see who controls us today requires seeing who has controlled us for the past 400 years, and understand they have woven a finely threaded shroud that tapers into a noose around the throat of civilization. The debt grows, the noose tightens. The debt can never be repaid. Do you think you have been swindled?

    Ramsay’s The Nameless War offers the clearest, shortest, easiest way to perceive the uninterrupted stretch of Jewish control of Western civilization, the horror the profoundly harmful Jewish perfidy strewn across time has wreaked upon the world, ruined countries, murdered peasants all for not professing what the criminal ruling class ordered them to believe.

    In analyzing Ramsay’s portrayal of subsequently successful sabotages of countries later on, one notices a connecting stream of foreign interference that serves as an ominous earmark in the stories of each of these world changing events. Different times and different places, but always the same fast money schemes wrecking the delusions of demagogues, and causing massive collateral damage. In each case, the presence of the clever foreign Jew, alien to every country in the world except his own stolen land, winds up collecting all the money at the conclusion of events.

    This is precisely what is happening in the United States today, the same as what happened to all those other countries before the swindling of the Jews had turned all these distinctive native states into near cadaver gray wraiths of corporate duplicity eager to sacrifice the Earth itself for their year-end bonuses.

    Same plan, different day

    Cromwell finally died but the Jewish bankers who controlled him wrapped their claws around England and never let go. Central to the treason was the great grand uncle of a 20th century tyrant, who set the tone for a nation that could never be trusted, only feared.

    The chief figure amongst those who deserted James II at that crucial juncture was John Churchill, first Duke of Marlborough. It is interesting to read in the Jewish Encyclopedia that this Duke for many years received not less than 6,000 pounds a year from the Dutch Jew Solomon Medina.

    The real objective of the “Glorious Revolution” was achieved a few years later in 1694, when the Royal consent was given for the setting up of the “Bank of England” and the institution of the National Debt.

    The grip of the moneylender was now complete throughout Britain. The danger was that the members of the new joint Parliament would sooner or later, in the spirit of their ancestors, challenge this state of affairs.

    To provide against this, therefore, the party system was now brought into being, frustrating true national reaction and enabling the wire-pullers to divide and rule; using their newly-established financial power to ensure that their own men and their own policies should secure the limelight, and sufficient support from their newspapers, pamphlets, and banking accounts to carry the day.

    It was most enjoyable to course through Ramsay’s timelines and note how accurately they correspond with the annals compiled by Eustace Mullins in his “The Curse of Canaan” and other works.

    Ramsay called it “the conflict which has been waged from behind the political scene for centuries, which is still being waged and of which very few are aware.” These revolutions and the World War of 1939 are seen to be integral parts of one and the same master plan, Ramsay predicted.

    This charter handed over to an anonymous committee the Royal prerogative of minting money; converted the basis of wealth to gold; and enabled the international money lenders to secure their loans on the taxes of the country, instead of the doubtful undertaking of some ruler or potentate which was all the security they could previously obtain.

    From that time economic machinery was set in motion which ultimately reduced all wealth to the fictitious terms of gold which the Jews control; and drained away the life blood of the land, the real wealth which was the birthright of the British peoples.

    The disease quickly spread to France, and as Ramsay put it — “ . . . the revolution was not the work of Frenchmen to improve France. It was the work of aliens, whose object was to destroy everything which had been France. “

    It was an Illuminati mindwipe, with segments of the population taking turns butchering each other. It’s happening again today, with praise for homosexuals and mysterious terror incidents inculcating a siege mentality among the U.S. populace, preparing them, most likely, for the racial and gender strife that is now being blatantly fomented by our false flag government.

    All this is about to happen in the U.S. with knife-wielding blacks flapping their lips at shotgun wielding whites who are intent on not giving up their country to African tuberculosis carriers.

    Debt, particularly international debt, is the first and over-mastering grip. Through it men in high places are suborned, and alien powers and influences are introduced into the body politic. When the debt grip has been firmly established, control of every form of publicity and political activity soon follows, together with a full grip on industrialists.

    The stage for the revolutionary blow is then set. The grip of the right hand of finance established the paralysis; while it is the revolutionary left that holds the dagger and deals the fatal blow. Moral corruption facilitates the whole process.

    The Jewish created bloodbath known as the French Revolution was no guarantee of egalité liberté fraternité. The only explanation for ten years of slaughter was revealed by the words of Robespierre the night before he was assassinated.

    ‘I dare not name them at this moment and in this place. I cannot bring myself entirely to tear asunder the veil that covers this profound mystery of iniquity. But I can affirm most positively that among the authors of this plot are the agents of that system of corruption and extravagance, the most powerful of all the means invented by foreigners for the undoing of the Republic; I mean the impure apostles of atheism, and the immorality that is at its base’.”

    For his candor, Robespierre, who for a brief moment in time had been the tyrannical leader of France, was shot in the jaw at 1 a.m. and beheaded the following morning. Ramsay commented:

    Note: In a somewhat similar manner Abraham Lincoln was shot and killed by the Jew Booth on the evening of his pronouncement to his cabinet that he intended in future to finance U.S. loans on a debt free basis similar to the debt free money known as “Greenbacks,” with which he had financed the Civil War.

    All of these facts pop out of Ramsay’s little book and rattle the foundation of the conventional history you have been taught in school.

    An excursion through time

    The Nameless War is a comfortable 90-odd page excursion through the non mainstream version of last 400 years of political history. Notable facts include a thoughtful recounting of the true value of Adolf Hitler.

    Ramsay insists Hitler only wanted to regain the five parts of Germany that had been stolen from them in World War I. One jacket blurb for the book bemoaned:

    It is a pity, indeed, that so few persons in this island have read this book for themselves; and it is a tragedy that they have instead swallowed wholesale, the unscrupulous distortions and untrue propaganda on the subject, served up to them by Jewish publicity machinery, operating through our press and radio.

    The same could be said of all peoples at all times, who base their lives on the easy lies and later pay the price of the hard truths.

    Thus it was the failure of England to resist the financial allurements of the Jews that led to the creation and perfection of a Jewish money scheme that had captured the whole world, and now was busily working on population reduction to secure the whole world physically.

    In most countries concerned a few voices were raised in an endeavour to expose the true nature of these evils. Only in one, however, did a political leader and group arise, who grasped to the full the significance of these happenings, and perceived behind the mobs of native hooligans the organisation and driving power of world Jewry.

    This leader was Adolf Hitler, and his group the National Socialist Party of Germany.

    Never before in history had any country not only repulsed organised revolution, but discerned Jewry behind it, and faced up to that fact. We need not wonder that the sewers of Jewish vituperation were flooded over these men and their leader; nor should we make the mistake of supposing that Jewry would stick at any lie to deter honest men everywhere from making a thorough investigation of the facts for themselves.

    Nevertheless, if any value liberty, and set out to seek truth and defend it, this duty of personal investigation is one which they cannot shirk. To accept unquestioningly the lies and misrepresentations of a Jew-controlled or influenced press, is to spurn truth by sheer idleness, if for no worse reason.

    To act on such unverified a basis is to sin against the Light.

    Ramsay repeated what Hitler said had made him so hostile to the Jews.

    “Firstly realisation and exposure of the Jewish scheme for world Marxism; and secondly, admiration of, and longing for friendship with Great Britain. Writing of the days before 1914, Hitler states:

    “I still saw Jewry as a religion …

    Of the existence of deliberate Jewish hostility I had no conception …

    I gradually realised that the Social Democratic Press was preponderantly controlled by Jews …

    There was not a single paper with which Jews were connected which could be described as genuinely national …

    I seized all the Social Democratic pamphlets I could get hold of, and looked up the names of their authors — nothing but Jews.”

    As he pursued the study of these questions, Hitler began to perceive the main outlines of the truth:

    “I made also a deep study of the relation between Judaism and Marxism . . .

    The Jewish State never had boundaries as far as space was concerned; it was unlimited as regards space, but bound down by its conception of itself as a race. That people, therefore, was always a State within a State . . .

    The Jewish doctrine of Marxism rejects the aristocratic principle in nature . . . denies the value of the individual among men, combats the importance of nationality and race, thereby depriving humanity of the whole meaning of existence.”

    “Democracy in the west today is the forerunner of Marxism, which would be inconceivable without Democracy.”

    “If the Jew, with the help of his Marxian creed, conquers the nations of the world, his crown will be the funeral wreath of the human race …”

    He writes of the days of 1918:

    “Thus did I now believe that by defending myself against the Jews I am doing the Lord’s work.”

    Later he was to say:

    “Human civilisation is but the outcome of the creative force of personality in the community as a whole, and especially among its leaders . . . the principle of the dignity of the majority is beginning to poison all life below it; and in fact to break it up.”

    “We now see that Marxism is the enunciated form of the Jewish attempt to abolish the importance of personality in all departments of human life; and to set up the mass of numbers in its place . . . ”

    No freedom of speech

    Ramsay writes: “I myself was arrested under this Regulation on 23rd May, 1940, and thrown into Brixton Prison, where I remained in a cell until 26th September, 1944, without any charge being preferred against me, receiving merely a curt notification from the Home Office on the latter date that the order for my detention had been “revoked.”

    “A paper of “Particulars” alleged as the reasons for my detention was supplied to me soon after my arrest. I replied to them during a day’s interrogation by the so-called Advisory Committee, before which body I could call no witnesses, did not know who were my accusers, or the accusations they had made, and was not allowed the assistance of a lawyer.”

    An appetizing epilogue to the book involves James Forrestal, Joe Kennedy, Neville Chamberlain, Franklin Roosevelt and why World War II never needed to happen. Kennedy believed Hitler could have fought Russia without ever confronting Britain or the U.S. British Prime Minister Chamberlain said Britain was forced into the war by Roosevelt.

    Up to the time he was arrested Ramsay had made this assessment.

    I recognised the forces behind Bolshevism not to be Russian, but international.
    In the autumn of 1938 I was made acquainted with the fact that the power behind World Revolution was not just a vague body of internationalists, but organized World Jewry.

    The first document so convincing me was actually a British Government White Paper, of whose existence I had not been previously aware. This quoted verbatim an extract from a report received by Mr. Balfour on September 19th, 1918, from Mr. Oudendyke, the Netherlands Minister in Petrograd, who was at that time in charge of British interests there, as follows:

    “The danger is now so great, that I feel it my duty to call the attention of the British Government and all other Governments to the fact that if an end is not put to Bolshevism at once the civilization of the whole world will be threatened. This is not an exaggeration, but a matter of fact . . .

    I consider that the immediate suppression of Bolshevism is the greatest issue before the world, not even excluding the war which is still raging, and unless as above stated Bolshevism is nipped in the bud immediately it is bound to spread over Europe and the whole world in one form or another, as it is organized and worked by Jews, who have no nationality and whose one object it is to destroy for their own ends the existing order of things.

    Capt. Archibald Maule Ramsay
    The nameless war

    John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida, constantly trying to figure out why we are destroying ourselves, and pinpointing a corrupt belief system as the engine of our demise. Solely dependent on contributions from readers, please support his work by mail: 6871 Willow Creek Circle #103, North Port FL 34287 USA.

  • knowtoomuch

    Feel free to answer on THIS one, “bro” Jacobson 😉

    ” It’s the same as looking a Jew in the eye and telling him his Holocaust is a hoax — he turns away, beseeching the god whose madness he worships that he will one day seek revenge for this challenge to his fabricated manhood.”

  • knowtoomuch

    “answer to” instead of “answer on”.

    Sorry !

  • knowtoomuch

    @SGT : WHY don’t you contact Muhammed Rafeeq for an interview ?

    I mean, being an expert on finaces,this guy must be BOILING at this very moment because of our current “economic problems” worldwide !
    I wouldn’t hesitate to compare him with Weir or Holter !

    So SGT, send an email to [email protected] in order to get Rafeeq’s phone number and do an interview with this Great Guy !
    Or with Daryl Smith ; he must also be boiling at this point !

    DAMN …

    You could really LEARN frome those guys, SGT, even you !!!

    (and we with you)

  • KRELL427

    What made this a very good interview was the fact that Sean challenged Bix’s theory. I would love to hear point blank what his answer is to the fact that the Grand Canyon and other great treasures have been sold to the Chinese by your treasonous leaders. I have also been 15 feet away from Jim Sinclair when he was asked about Karen Hudes claim of a large stash of gold to which all he replied was “boulderdash” then moved on to the next question. Also to believe the good guys plan would include wiping out the world population after stealing their wealth is ludicrous.

    • Eric

      Krell, I’m not so sure the Grand Canyon has been sold to China. I have found no confirmation on this and this is the latest I can find…

      If in fact it has been, it would amount to treason for sure. I do suspect there is a hell of a lot of Gold in the Grand Canyon however. Would be fun to hike/camp down there and pan it along the way a little. But just because it’s in the ground, doesn’t mean it’s available to market. Once the price starts attracting more attention, more people will stop and think for 2 seconds and a second big gold rush out west here could ensue.

      Between 2003 and 2011, 2,215 mining claims had been requested that are adjacent to the Canyon, including claims for uranium mines. Mining has been suspended since 2009, when U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar withdrew 1 million acres (4,000 km2) from the permitting process, pending assessment of the environmental impact of mining. Critics of the mines are concerned that, once mined, the uranium will leach into the water of the Colorado River and contaminate the water supply for up to 18 million people.[31] Salazar’s so-called “Northern Arizona Withdrawal” is a 20-year moratorium on new mines, but allows existing mines to continue. In 2012, the federal government stopped new mines in the area, which was upheld by the U.S. District Court for Arizona in 2014, but appealed by the National Mining Association, joined by the state of Arizona under Attorney General Mark Brnovich as well as Utah, Montana and Nevada. National Mining Association v. Jewell is pending before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals as of September 2015.[32]

  • glitter 1

    My take on the meaning of the Economist Magazine cover:

    In the occult the Phoenix is the reciprocal for the Eagle.It is also an esoteric symbol for the Serpent.

    The Phoenix/Serpent has on it’s head the Fleur De Li,which is the symbol of Royalty,Kingship.

    It has around it’s neck a gold coin/Meddalion with the number 10 along with a shaded circle/rod through it.Here is the meaning:The shaded circle with the rod going through it is an esoteric reciprocal for this:

    The number 10 represents the 10 Wealthiest Illuminati Jews in the world,which are named/known as “MEGA”.Texe Marrs provides an expose’in a 2008 1hr audio blog: the link and scroll down to #10 on the left(secrets volume 141)click on download to listen.If you click on details,it will give the outline of the audio,which is excellent.He talks in there about “Creative Destruction”.
    These 10 I suspect are also the 10 charter/head bankers at the BIS:

    The Phoenix/Serpent is seen standing/rising from the “creative Destruction” of the world’s currencies offering the stability of Gold in order to unite the nations,which will be the long awaited One World Government aka NWO.

    The Phoenix/Serpent is the “Little Horn”,the 10 represents his court/rulers,10 crowns/kings that rule/reside unofficially over the 10 Regional Areas as set up by The Club Of Rome.

    Re 17:12 And the ten horns which thou sawest are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings one hour with the beast.
    Re 17:13 These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast.

    The Rothchilds are heralding,via the Cover Of The Economist Magazine,The re-emergence/establishment of their King/God back to his rightful throne,which he lost at Babylon. The Phoenix/Serpent/Lucifer(his agent the anti-Christ)is planned to rise from the ashes/chaos of a “creative destruction event” where a golden solution will be proposed to bring the world/nations together under a “gold standard” to stabilize/unify all(order out of chaos).Whether or not it will be physical metal or digital remains to be seen.My guess is it will be digital at some point.

    “The elite have a code by which they must reveal in advance their plan(s)”- Lindsey William’s Elite Friend

    • KRELL427

      Glitter excellent analysis, my only question is have their plans been derailed since the printing of that cover? I also hope Albert Pike’s WWIII prediction does not come to fruition.

      • glitter 1

        My feeling is that their plan(s)can be slowed down,but ultimately they have the power/control/influence to bring it about one way or another.By publishing the magazine cover in 1988 they are bragging about their generational plan(s).Remember,there is a plan and they are working it to a time table.

      • glitter 1


        Here is a good dissertation:

        Here is an excerpt from the link referencing Texe Marrs’ book from 1990,which references the Economist Magazine Cover.

        “A shocking example of this propaganda campaign to condition us was the publication by one of Great Britain’s top financial magazines, The Economist, of a feature article entitled ‘Get Ready for a World Currency.’ On the front cover…was a picture of a Phoenix bird rising from the ashes of all the world currencies. About the Phoenix bird’s neck was a chain and on it a gold coin, printed with the words ‘Ten Phoenix.’ (The Economist, January 9, 1988) Let me quote from the opening paragraph of the cover article: ‘Americans, Japanese, Europeans, and people in many other rich countries, and some relatively poor ones, will probably be paying for their shopping with the same currency. Prices will not be quoted by dollars, yen, or deutschemark, but in, let’s say, the Phoenix. The Phoenix will be favored by companies and shoppers because it will be more convenient than today’s currencies, which by then will seem a quaint cause of much disruption to economic life in the late 20th century.” – Texe Marrs, Millennium, Peace, Promises, and the Day They Take Our Money Away, pgs. 183 & 184, Copyright 1990

        Texe Marrs = SGT Report on steroids.

    • glitter 1

      Here is the link to Texe Marrs 2008 audio,a must listen:

  • Jeremy Williams

    Great interview Sean. Bix is always worth listening to. I agree with him when he says we already have a world currency in the form of gold. Right now I could take gold coins to any country in the world and find a way of exchanging them for goods and services. Perhaps the 1988 cover is pointing to the death of all fiat paper currency and the rise of gold to back whatever takes its place?
    Here’s a good hypothetical question to ponder: You have a time machine that can take you 50 years into the future. You can choose to take some US$, some gold coins, or a paper note with a bitcoin wallet address on it (all being of current equal value). Given current events, which would you choose?
    Great site and keep up the good work Sean.

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    What we can do to improve things in the Middle East.

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    Bitcoins for healthcare.

    (Eric will love this one.)

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    Goldberg, Silverstein, Goldman, Goldblum, Silverman, etc. Even the JEWS know what REAL money is.

    You never hear about any Bitcoinstein, Bitcoinberg, Litecoinman.

  • Moishe

    Dear Boomers

    This is why there is hope for the world…..

    This video addresses the first generation of people who grew up fully immersed in a stew of both cultural marxism and materialistic capitalism, and calls on new generations to create a better world.

  • el Gallinazo

    Great interview, mainly because Sean did a masterful job challenging Bix’s ideas. I have listened to a lot of Bix’s interviews of the past year and I have always had a queasy, ambivalent feeling afterward. I have been in the Grand Canyon and I didn’t see no gold. Admittedly, the Fed’s only let you in on a two day permit 🙂 As to Yamashita’s gold – that probably is real. The Emperor sucked up gold from China during the 30’s and early 40’s like a vacuum cleaner, and there is a lot of evidence that when things looked sour for them, they moved it to the mountain caves of the Philippines, and then slaughtered the workers a la Blackbeard. As to millions of tons in the Grand Canyon, I don’t think so or the Anunnaki would still be here lashing us to mine it.

    I was listening to an hour chat between Weir and V just this past week. And it drifted on to who was above the Rothschilds on the Pyramid of Power. And both of them speculated that it was evil non-humans. You could call the top banana Satan or you can call it the Demiurge – I am very ecumenical when it comes to malevolent 4th density scum. But I have no doubt that the Rothschilds and their subordinate scum from the Rockefellers and the Bushes/Clintons/Kissinger right down to idiots like Beyonce and Madonna have sold their souls to it for a mess of porridge. And that is were Weir goes off the tracks. To impugn positive motives to the archonic network is sheer stupidity.

    But money and the acquisition of such is not the end game of the evil pyramid of power. There are so few of them and so many of us, that they can only control us by us allowing them to through mind control – the matrix. And they made two wonderful inventions to do this : money and religion. But they know that money is a virtual non-reality since they invented it themselves. The end game is not money but total control over ever aspect of the lives which they permit to continue on this planet. BTW, I think they will lose the war.

    One other comment. If anyone thinks that a gold standard alone will stop the corruption, they should examine the games that Morgan, a Rothschild frontman, played against the Grange from the end of the War of Southern Secession through the final defeat of Bryan in 1900. The gold standard doesn’t mean sh*t unless the right for chartered banks and central banks to counterfeit is revoked – formally known as fractionally reserve banking.

    Defeat terraism! Allow only the police, military, and CIA to own trucks!

    • Eric

      After my 16 years here in the southwest, one thing I have learned is that there is still LOTS of Gold out west here. Much more Gold leftover here in CA from the gold rush days. And AZ and NV have loads of it virtually untouched. Do I think there are a million tons in the Grand Canyon? Could be very likely. But I’d be surprised if there wasn’t any. Plenty of Granite in there.

    • What Bix proposes is no less ridiculous than the “White Dragon” / BRICS Saviour garbage that gets so much coverage.

      If anything, Bix’s research is fascinating, and in many cases, substantive – it’s his more wild speculations and eternally naiive/pollyannaish belief in some mythical “Good Guys” (that don’t exist) who’ve come to “take down the system for the People.”

  • Moishe

    el Gallinazo, Very Well said!!


  • glitter 1

    Bix makes the claim that “The Good Guys” are receiving assistance/direction from The 21 Parents”. Who are these “21 Parents” and who do they represent?

    Here is what he is alluding to:

    This is nothing more than Theosophy as explained/taught by Helens Blavatsky as in her best selling occult book “The Secret Doctrine” & “Isis Unveiled”.

    Alice and Foster Bailey,who created Lucifer Publishing,which became and is currently “Lucis Trust”(The Spiritual Foundation Of The United Nations),where adherents of Helens Blavatsky.

    Hitler read Blavatsky and was an adherent.Edison and Tesla were Theosohists.

    This is the philosophy/religion of the Global Elite and is the official “Philosophy” of the United Nations the precursor to the One World Government aka NWO.

    The Pope is calling for a NWO with all religions to unite under his leadership.

    If one were to study Theosophy,is basically says we all worship the same god. Perfect for a One World Religion.

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    Yes, “they” are HAMMERING SILVER Again. (as they MUST Hammer it with all the big WORLD Events that normally would kill the stock markets and skyrocket the PM’s, but TPTB cannot allow those SIGNALS to help show the sheeple that TROUBLE is brewing.)

    Maxwell’s Silver Hammer

  • Just listened to this interview a second time, and upon digesting with a more discerning ear, realized what an excellent interview this was. Sean’s questions to Bix, especially around the 20-minute mark on, were pointed and cutting.

    Perhaps the best interview SGT has done all year.

  • Hugo

    Hi Eric,

    Iam just curious about your thoughts on this thought of mine. It is said that gold has been the only money the world has really ever known. When I looked into this statement long and hard to fully understand it. I came to the conclusion that the last time the world had real money was before the Lombard banking dynasty introduced double ledger bookkeeping in the 13th century. This after Marco Polo introduced it after his travels to China (yes they invented paper currency).

    The money concept is totally useless since. Besides that, I dont see more then 1% of the total population wanting to go back to gold as money (me neither). What I do see happening is a split of the money function. As you rightly say, gold is for saving (thus wealth) and currency (debt) for spending. Seems an elegant solution, ends the Triffin dilemma and gets the debtors and savers of eachothers throats. After all, someones asset is someone else his/her liability in this system. As a nice bonus, if this shift happens it will enable central banks to recapitalise their banking system.

    The one thing Iam not sure about is the US. After all, still tons of claims internationally against the US treasury gold when they defaulted under Nixon (and a few other defaults in gold).

    Regards, Hugo

    • Eric

      Hugo, I’m not sure what you mean by “the money concept is totally useless since.”

      It doesn’t matter if more than 1% of the population goes back to gold as money. You are free to use whatever you want to use as a medium of exchange as long as it is accepted for value.

      All I can say is that I am veerrrrry comfortable keeping more than 50% of my wealth in Gold, 40% in Silver, and less than 10% in cash and mining shares. If anything I’d be happy to increase my Silver and mining shares positions.

      I’m very thankful I don’t have to worry about ponzi schemes and pyramid schemes like bitcoin or the US DOLLAR.

  • C.I.

    This is THE best to and fro ever!

    Keep Going!


  • knowtoomuch

    Here you go :

    Trump, the (other) jew candidate.

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    Wise old Chinese Bitcoin MASTER says:

  • bob

    The bust on the cover is Albert Pike (not Karl Marx).

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