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BANANA REPUBLIC: FBI Recommends “No Charges” Against Hillary Clinton — THIS “REPUBLIC BY AND FOR THE PEOPLE” IS NOW, OFFICIALLY, DEAD.

from Zero Hedge:

In a surprising statement which concluded moments ago, FBI director James Comey announced that Federal officials have decided not to pursue federal charges against Hillary Clinton for her private email setup, an announcement that will send a shockwave throughout national politics.

In a press briefing at the bureau’s headquarters in downtown Washington, Comey said investigators and prosecutors had concluded there was not sufficient evidence to push forward with an indictment against Clinton, clearing her of a federal investigation that has loomed over her presidential campaign for nearly a year. Comey’s announcement comes just three days after the former secretary of State sat for a 3.5-hour interview with the FBI on Saturday, and just a few hours before President Obama is set to campaign with Clinton in Charlotte, N.C.

The punchline of Comey statement is that Hillary Clinton shouldn’t face charges over her e-mail practices while serving as Secretary of State because there was no “intentional misconduct” and there was “no clear evidence” of intentional violation of the laws.The FBI’s conclusion will now be referred to the Justice Dept for a decision.

He adds that the decision, if agreed to by the Justice Dept, would remove one of the biggest remaining obstacles to Clinton’s presidential bid, putting an official end to questions about penalties for her use of a private e-mail server, though the issue may continue to resonate on the presidential campaign trail

Still, the FBI director admitted that Clinton and her aides were “extremely careless” with e-mail and that it’s “possible” hostile actors gained access to Clinton e-mail system however no direct evidence of it found though.

What is shocking is Comey’s admission that Clinton used not one but several different email servers, adding that 110 emails contained classified information and 8 contained top secret information, he also reported that Clinton did not turn over “several thousand” emails to the FBI and added that due to Hillary’s sloppy set up, it is possible that “hostile actors” got access to Clinton’s emails.

Yet, despite all these “facts”, the FBI has decided not to proceed with recommending charges.

It appears that the FBI is implying that the only reason why no charges will be filed is because there was no “intent”, and yet according to the US criminal code, intent in this case is not required for prosection:

Whoever, being entrusted with or having lawful possession or control of any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph, photographic negative, blueprint, plan, map, model, instrument, appliance, note, or information, relating to the national defense, (1) through gross negligence permits the same to be removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of his trust, or to be lost, stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, or (2) having knowledge that the same has been illegally removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of its trust, or lost, or stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, and fails to make prompt report of such loss, theft, abstraction, or destruction to his superior officer— Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.

As the Hill adds, the juxtaposition is likely to inflame White House critics, who have insisted that political pressures would prevent any chance of an indictment for Clinton, regardless of the damage to national security.  Obama has previously weighed in to dismiss concerns about the investigation — to the ire of Republicans and federal investigators.

Last week, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said that she would defer judgment to the FBI and career Justice Department prosecutors, following a private and extremely controversial 30-minute meeting with former President Bill Clinton. The decision left Comey as the public face of the investigation, in what some viewed as an opportunity for the hard-nosed maverick to buck political pressures and act against Clinton.

“It is impossible for the FBI not to recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton,” her presumptive general election opponent, Donald Trump, said on Twitter this weekend. “What she did was wrong! What Bill did was stupid!”

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64 comments to BANANA REPUBLIC: FBI Recommends “No Charges” Against Hillary Clinton — THIS “REPUBLIC BY AND FOR THE PEOPLE” IS NOW, OFFICIALLY, DEAD.

  • mike

    The Idea has been dead since 1860…Total war practiced on the south, suspension of habeas corpus (Something which is impossible for the gubberrment to suspend) was the birth of American authoritarianism. From there directly down hill. At no time in our time or grandparents time has America been constitutional or even free, at every step 100% corrupt…We just witnessed the FBI director Comey list crimes that would put any of us in prison or even executed then give Clinton a pass..That is the very definition of corruption…Anyway no surprise Lynch said she would comply with FBI recommendations when she and Comey agreed not to recommend indictment. Lynch had a meeting with Bill who is the subject of an investigation himself to assure him the FBI is on board. I would say sad but like I said we have all been brought up in an illusion not based on law, order or the constitution…I know everyone here understands the only way to beat this corrupt system is to starve the beast..Your not going to do that with PMs and this paradigm will go on forever. BTC on the other hand is the true stake in the heart of the beast.

      • mike

        Eric your retarded..If I have BTC I can pay for anything world wide in seconds, circumventing gubberments, middlemen and banks..You can not do that with PMs..Show me one place, anything where you can spend your PMs aka (Money?) lol. Pms are (money?) however they DO NOT have the single most important trait of money, that it is accepted as money lol. I am sure Krell might trade you some junk for them but that’s it. PMs are not divisible or spendable in the real world, they just are not, that is fact. Your a cheerleader for the dollar paradigm, corruption and your ignoring the only true competition to authoritarianism and gubberments. I am floored by your ignorance and inability to think. You belong in a world of ignorance, if I had a time machine I would send you to the dark ages where you could thrive in a world without innovation. You could hover over your stack like a dragon…Just pray you dont get a disease.

        • Eric

          Gasoline. Only 20 cents a gallon if paid with pre 1964 dimes, quarters, halfs, or dollar coins.

          http://www.blog.providentmetals.com/wp-content/uploads/bfi_thumb/gas-20-cents-2w0au2t5o0q6a9hv4qx1j4.jpg

          Show me a gas station that accepts payment in bitcoin.

          The rest of your jibber jabber is just ad hominem attacks and not an argument.

          • mike

            Eric you and Krell are the official keepers of the faith..I give you that, stuck 100% in the past. Your also a a backwards retarded troll not interested in anything other than your uniformed opinion. You by default are supporting the dollar paradigm…BTW those 1964 dimes to a retailer are worth exactly $10 cents today. As a matter of fact about a year ago at Wells Fargo I got 2 1938 silver half dollars for the whopping sum of $1.00 ..Sorry man your PMs are not money any longer. They are an asset for sure but not money. They do not share several traits of money, portability, divisibility and are NOT accepted as money in a modern world.
            Your mind is jibber jabber..You do not understand innovation in all industries. You do understand the world is far different than all civilizations in the past. You do not understand innovation yet you exist here digitally lol. Ah hahaha.

            http://www.coindesk.com/pump-gas-for-bitcoin-in-the-us/

            • Howard Roark

              ROTFLMAO!!!

              Hear that Eric, 5000 years of monetary history means nothing because mike(((fonestar))) said so!!!

              • Eric

                Howard, obviously there is no grey matter left in mike’s head. I wonder how far he needs to travel to get to the rocky mountains and fill up his gas tank. Poor mike doesn’t understand that a silver dime has a current value of $1.44 USD.

                I bet he throws them in the fountain when he wishes for the bitcoin scam to go mainstream. Of course you and I both know that will never happen.

                He also doesn’t understand the characteristics that make Silver and Gold money. Like having a long term store of value and having a long history of being used as money.

                I hope he gets help from a psychiatrist who can properly diagnose his schizophrenic behavior.

                • mike

                  They are worth something for sure but they have lost a huge majority of their purchasing power directly by innovation. How much exactly, that is hard to say, today maybe 20000 times their purchasing power? I dont want to get into the innovation argument but it took far more labor to produce a 1 oz of gold/silver/toga or nice duds 100 years ago, 1000 years ago 2000 years ago, 5000 years ago whatever. From farming raw material to producing it into material to mining pms. 1 man today on 1 machine can do the work it literally took thousands of people in the past…AKA INNOVATION. I understand that is over your head but pms are just as subject to inflation.

                  Anyway your a dolt for sure. I enjoy your ignorance and numerous post on every story here on sgtreport. You stupidity is the second entertainment on every single story here. Thanks!

                • Eric

                  mike, I know this is difficult for you to accept. And I’m sorry I have to be the one to tell you this, but you are an idiot.

                  A 10 cent silver dime now has the purchasing power of $1.44. That is an INCREASE of 1340% in purchasing power.

                  Innovation comes with capital costs. What is the cost of one machine that can do the work of “thousands of people in the past?” Surely you have thought this through and are currently mining lots of gold with your miracle machine right?

              • Jacobson

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          • Ed_B

            The sign is wrong… it should read “Pre-1965” coins and not “Pre-1964” coins. 🙂

        • Howard Roark

          “If I have BTC I can pay for anything world wide in seconds”

          Really? Just over the weekend I bought a pie at a local bakery. Very up-to-date payment set-up, they even took “Apple Pay”.

          I asked if they accepted BTC…pregnant pause…”uh, what’s that?”

          Now, go ahead and name call, “stone age”, “ignorant”…blah, blah, blah…but in the end WTF difference does it make if a merchant won’t sell you something?

          What did they take for the 6 in pie…a BU 1964 Kennedy Half Dollar.

          • mike

            You are stone age and ignorant at your own peril that’s your choice. I don’t care if you get BTC or not. During our revolution only about 30% of Americans supported it..The other 70% were loyalist or indifferent. You are a loyalist by default to the dollar paradigm. You want to bring back tyranny financed by PMs throughout the past. You are corrupt in spirit and not interested in the only true stake in the heart of TPTB you rail against? lol. Thats ok your against true freedom, I dont care. What I do know is innovation will move forward even with your antifreedom self kicking and screaming. I don’t make the rules or determine what is money, the market has chosen for both of us and will continue to do so.

            • Eric

              You sound just like fonestar now.

              bitcoin has already been replaced by all the other 10,000 cryptocurrencies which are also not anonymous. You’re behind the times mike.

              Gold and Silver have intrinsic value. Bitcoin is just digital blips that can be wiped out like they were with mt. gox.

              • mike

                You might be right..The Market will determine that. I am also sure there will be lots of cryptos just like there are lots of different sovereign money out there now. Point is the modern world is not going away and we are not going back in time whether or not the dollar dies. You will need your pms in the new paradigm to purchase whatever emerges as money determined by the market. Pms are not money they are however an asset you’ll be able to trade for whatever ends up being the new money so it wont be a total loss for you.

                • Eric

                  Don’t you mean lots of fiat currencies? Not “sovereign money.” Over 3,400 fiat currencies have all gone to zero.

                  https://srsroccoreport.com/must-see-chart-death-of-paper-money-vs-gold/

                  Bitcoin and all the other cryptocurrencies will go to zero as well since they have nothing of intrinsic value backing it. Gold and Silver ARE money. They have all the characteristics of money. They have always been money. If I bury Gold in my backyard and somebody digs it up 1,000 years from now, it still has the same purchasing power that it doesn’t today. Bitcoin won’t last anywhere near that long.

                  Perhaps you come from a village that doesn’t know anything about money and lost their idiot?

                • Eric

                  correction: “If I bury Gold in my backyard and somebody digs it up 1,000 years from now, it still has the same purchasing power that it DOES today.”

                • d

                  the MARKET..is what they,the criminals determine it is….there is NO free exchange…ALL controlled…you and I are just fodder for their pleasure….so if you place your trust and wealth inside THEIR sandbox…it is their’s…as you will soon see….imho

                • Eric

                  there is always a black market. for free men.

            • Howard Roark

              “You are stone age and ignorant at your own peril that’s your choice.”

              You know, mike(((fonestar))), I tried that insulting comment on the baker that was selling pies hand over fist, one of which I wanted to purchase, but she gave me that “f*ck off” look.

              It was at that moment I realized being a consecending, delusional prick wasn’t a medium of exchange.

              So I sheepishly put out the Silver Kennedy half dollar and she gave me a pie…fool that she was.

              • Eric

                But Howard, being an ignorant condescending delusional prick is going to revolutionize the global economy!!!

                • Howard Roark

                  Lol, if so, the INFLATION RATE of “ignorant-condescending-delusional-prick” is OFF. THE. CHARTS!!!

                • Eric

                  After speaking with my Dad and telling him about the joke that is the U.S. treasury market for the 21 millionth time, he is speechless and stupefied. They really dumbed everyone down good except for the few of us who can figure all this stuff out.

                  But I am left wondering why I know so many little boys who just want to play with their boats or dabble in blipcoin worthless currencies, or goof off, and yet I know so few men who want to do man stuff like secure their wealth, eliminate debt, prepare to survive, get ready for battle, realize we are already at war.

                  It’s just like being stuck in candyland the board game. unfuckingbelieveable!!!!!

                • Howard Roark

                  I hear you, Eric. All I do lately is help friends get out from underneath their “401ks”. After laughing at me for years the panic has finally set in.

                  Two have had the same forced bait-in-switch that SGT had happen to him. “But it’s my money, why can’t I have it?!!!”

                  Because you didn’t read before you signed, it’s not “yours”, you only have “interest” in it.

                  Only was one friend could get his -35% in theft was hardship…parents “gambling problem threatening foreclosure”.

                  It’s going to be SOOOOOOoooooooo bad…

                • KRELL427

                  Howard,wait till people can’t get their prescriptions filled.Most of the population is on some form of medication thanks to the Medical Industrial Complex.

                • Eric

                  Brazil Resources was only up 9.60% today.

                  What is the 10 year US Treasury? 1.3767%

                  Silver is up 45% YTD. What a joke!

                  Debt just went up 100 billion in one day.

                  As Rob Kirby would say, it’s laughable!

              • Howard Roark

                No question about that Krell, although most are over prescribed or wrongly prescribed “depression medication”…lots of dullahs in making everyone prescription drug junkies…then classify them with “mental illness” to further strip them of rights.

  • wauhoo

    I wonder how many thousand FBI agents will resign in disgust?

  • Well, that costed me twenty bucks. *€!~⊙¿@&¤ *

  • Steve_D

    Friends in high places. Disgusting evil witch.

  • Howard Roark

    Here is the section of US law that Comey admitted and stated that the FBI found Hillary violated:

    (f) Whoever, being entrusted with or having lawful possession or control of any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph, photographic negative, blueprint, plan, map, model, instrument, appliance, note, or information, relating to the national defense, (1) through gross negligence permits the same to be removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of his trust, or to be lost, stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, or (2) having knowledge that the same has been illegally removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of its trust, or lost, or stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, and fails to make prompt report of such loss, theft, abstraction, or destruction to his superior officer—

    Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.

  • Sam

    The entire gist of the Hitlery State Dept E-M and State Dept Itinerary schedule disappearing act perpetrated upon the people of the USA was the hide “PAY TO PLAY” scheme. Of course, this could be looked at with blinders on too but, the criminality involves the SCAM Clinton Foundation…the Grifter Clinton Family and hundreds of millions of “donations” for State Secrets etc etc etc.

    Here is a good, concise summary of how the Clinton Foundation works as a tax free international money laundering scheme. It will probably eventually prove to be the largest political criminal enterprise in US history.

    This is a textbook case on how you hide foreign money sent to you and repackage it to be used for your own purposes. All tax free. Here in a nutshell is how it works:

    1. You create a separate foreign “charity”…. in this case, one in Canada.
    2. Foreign oligarchs and governments, many sworn enemies of the United States, then donate to this Canadian charity. In this case, over 1,000 did, contributing mega millions. I’m sure they did this out of the goodness of their hearts, and expected nothing in return. (Imagine Putin’s buddies waking up one morning and just deciding to send untold millions to a Canadian charity).
    3. The Canadian charity then bundles these separate donations and makes a massive donation to the Clinton Foundation.
    4. The Clinton Foundation and the cooperating Canadian charity claim Canadian law prohibits the identification of individual donors.
    5. The Clinton Foundation then “spends” some of this money for legitimate good works programs. Unfortunately, experts believe this is on the order of only 10%. Much of the balance goes to enrich the Clinton’s, pay salaries to untold numbers of hangers on, and fund lavish travel, etc. Again, virtually all tax free, which means you and I are subsidizing it.

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    Some people try to GAME the system.
    Other people OWN it.

    Time for the crash.

    Wouldn’t it be FUNNY, if all the Clinton & Bush secret gold was in a place where it all got REHYPOTHECATED out and all they have left is a paper contract/receipt?

    It’s always embarrassing to get caught in your own trap, eh?

  • Jeff

    What a pathetic joke.

  • SweetHomeChicago

    J. Edgar Hoover is spinning now… how far the office has fallen. I too wonder how many will resign, or ….whistleblow.

    How will Putin use this new twist? Will Guccifer’s legal issues be dropped?

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    Intrinsic value of BitCoins. It requires some computers (made in China), that cost a few hundred bucks, powered by water flowing out of a reservoir, thru a turbine, to produce electricity to power the low priced computer running some calculations.

    The final product does not exist in our physical real world, and exists only as a mathematical formula that results in some kind of numbers.

    In the event of a super Carrington Event, large EMP, or even just the government, terrorists (Isreali Stuxnet virus), or just worn out generators or pissed off workers who got screwed, resulting in the OUTAGE of electrical power, those BTC’s are gone faster than a bucket of fried chicken at a negro gospel convention.

    On the other hand, the INTRINSIC VALUE of GOLD & silver, begins with the finding & identifying of suitable mineral deposits in the real earth.

    Then, after doing all the paperwork (filing claims, paying for land leases, etc) the “mining company” must spend MILLIONS and millions of dollars on BIG, HEAVY machinery, trucks, drills, excavators, etc, and spend YEARS digging into the earth, extracting MILLIONS of TONS, and then must PROCESS that material to extract a few GRAMS of ore, (again, using machines that cost MILLIONS of dollars).

    All that work is accomplished by hundreds or THOUSANDS of HUMAN workers who must be PAID.

    Tens of Thousands of gallons of FUEL are required by those machines, and the refineries consume MEGA WATTS of electrical power to refine the ore, etc.

    That’s an AWFUL lot of expenses, labour and machinery for something that has little or now value, eh?

    The gold and silver that results from all this expenditure, exists in the REAL world, and NO power outage makes it vaporize. It does NOT exist in the form of some imaginary numbers in a circuit board.

    • mike

      What you are forgetting is we are in the inception phase of future humanity. We can do things now that were black magic in the recent past. Innovation is with all of us forever and it is only to get more incorporated into our lives. Think of it as the time caveman first discovered gold and how important gold was to civilization up until 40 years ago. BTC and other cryptos are the solid gold of today and tomorrow. If you think mankind will not progress and we for instance will not have robots doing our work then by all means push this false idea of intrinsic value. Nothing on earth has intrinsic value with the exception of water and food. Even that in the future will be unnecessary. There is not a doubt in my mind we will shed these weak faulty trappings. Humans are the mind, that is our greatest gift from nature as oppose to claws and teeth like animals. Everything mankind does was intended by nature especially controlling our environment. That is our natural state or we would have been born with teeth and claws able to walk minutes after birth etc.
      Innovation in the computer industry alone in the last 20 years has been a quantum leap. If the car industry for example had 1/1000 the innovation of the computer industry we would have had George Jettson flying cars 40 years ago…The amount of effort a gold miner spends in human labor is no where near what it took to mine gold in the past. A miner today can mine ore that has ZERO visible gold in it and still extract it at a fraction of the cost in human labor it took 40 years ago or thousands of years ago..Long ago they had to find visible ore and extract it by hand. Things are not equal. Fuel is cheaper now than it was 20 years ago even with inflation. It is easier to extract oil from areas considered difficult only 20 years ago thanks to innovation…I am amazed you guys do not understand innovation makes everything cheaper. You try to point out 1 for 1 when comparing the past with gold. That is not a proper comparison. it should be 1 for 10k or more today…Amazing. I am just going to stop. You guys attack me over something that is right out there for you to see and understand but shut your eyes. I suppose there will always be winners and losers, it seems all attempts to enlighten are fruitless, the blind are set in their ways and can only learn the hard way..Good luck 🙂

      • Craig Escaped Detroit

        @Mike,
        ….hings are not equal. Fuel is cheaper now than it was 20 years ago even with inflation. It is easier to extract oil from areas considered difficult only 20 years ago thanks to innovation.

        Hmmmm. Back in the 1960’s, the PRICE for Gasoline was about 25 CENTS per gallon, and TODAY, that same gallon of gas, costs about 20-25 Cents of that SAME silver coinage.

        So please tell me again how much cheaper fuel is today? It’s the SAME as it ever was. One Silver Quarter Per Gallon.

        A gallon of gas is still a gallon of gas, and a silver quarter is still the price for it.

  • mike

    Well back in the 60’s fuel was paid for in silver right? Or $3.61 cents today..Gas is at $2/gallon today not to mention 55 years of inflation since 1960 and innovation in mining silver? Get it?? Are you 100% Dull? Good God $%%#&@$$#%#%^$##@!!!

    • Fraser

      Forget arguments about innovation which has occured since man stood on two legs. The question is, do we want a stable economy or not and if so what is the most best and most stable form of money. Gold and silver have worked perfectly and held their purchasing power over thousands of years, whereas fiat currencies have all depreciated against real things by around 95% since 1971 alone. However, despite the obvious need, Governments are still refusing to allow a return to a gold standard for the same reason Rothschild gave, “give me control over the money and I care not who makes its laws”. Simple as that, gold and silver are stable and democratic and return power to the people. Which means the poor don’t have to work ever harder to feed themselves and the rich can’t rely on inflation to get richer. That is what humanity wants and needs and so is what we fight for!

  • P51dman`

    Why do you get off topic?

    • mike

      The Answer to your question is Eric.

    • Jacobson

      The topic is usually jews.
      Sometimes the disucssion is about precious metals.

      • anon

        Jacobson, no, you got that wrong. The topic is usually precious metals ~ almost ad nauseum. Sometimes the discussion is about “Jews”, ZIONISM, or “Jew”-ish Supremacism, because it is “elite” “Jews” (predominantly) in the Western Hemisphere, who own-and-operate the Western International Central Banking System, that is slowly eating out our substance, taking from us EVERYTHING we ever had or could have ever hoped to one day have, and COMPLETELY DEBT-ENSLAVING us all, in their drive for a “New” World Order. Of course, it’s NOT JUST the “elite” “Jew”-ish W.I.C.B. that are attempting to debt-enslave us all – it’s also the “Committee of 300”, the Milner/(Cecil) Rhodes’ Round-table Groups, the Bilderberg Group, the Club of Rome, CHATHAM HOUSE, the Council on Foreign Relations, its CIA, and the BUSH-CLINTON CRIME SYNDICATE, as well as Zbigniew Brzezinski, David Rockefeller, & the Trilateral Commission, to name a few. You see, the discussion is so often about precious metals, because, many think that one day they are going to suddenly grow very wealthy by a spectacular rise in the “spot” price of their PMs. Maybe, maybe not. I just wish more Americans gave a damn about reading, learning, THINKING, and about how we historically all became DEBT-SLAVES, and what we can do to UN-DO OUR DEBT-SLAVERY.

      • Howard Roark

        So much hatred, so much supremacist racism, you need to join The Children of The Rainbow, (((Jacobson))), no borders, only love…diversity is strength!!!

  • d

    IGNORE AND DO NOT COMPLY….the new BILL of RIGHTS….LAWS only apply to the law abiding….hence ……criminals are the truly ..FREE citizens of the new Amerika….imho

  • Phil Downunder

    Guys,(you all know to whom I speak)

    Watching the inane bickering over whether PM’s or Bitcoin is better, the solution is clear.

    Stack up on gold, silver, cash AND Bitcoin. (I think it’s called “hedging”)

    GOTS as Jim Sinclair would say.

    And don’t forget food,water, etc……

    Easy.

    • mike

      Eric started it as usual..I just said the true stake in the heart of the vampire squid is BTC not PMs because you can spend it now and circumvent banks and gubberments. That is a direct threat to the dollar paradigm not PMs. Pms would be a direct threat if you could spend them like BTC but you cant. Sure they are an ok asset but like everything they are cheaper to produce than ever in the history of mankind thanks to innovation diminishing their purchasing power. You can say they buy more gas than in 1960 but not as much steak or meat…That is simply because more innovation in the oil industry but not as much in farming meat. That shows you the true value of easily mined silver compared to years ago when it was labor intensive. Once the dollar dies you will most likely be able to trade PMs for BTC so it wont be a total loss. Im not against PMs just trying to get these guys to understand that YES all things are far cheaper to produce than ever before…Anyway your right if civilization falls just above mad max and all the satellites fall out of the sky and humans devolve instantaneously 1 step above animals then PMs will serve you well and might actually become money again. So who knows what the future brings. Kill the beast..Save in PMs if you like and spend BTC to starve the beast.

    • Johny Comelately

      HERE, HERE!

      I AGREE!

  • Fraser

    Not only have these goons killed off the Constitution, they have also killed the Magna Carta. The King or rather in this case, the Queen IS above the law. The message now sent to all politicians and Government agencies is “don’t mess with a Clinton, we make the law”. The Clintons backed by their “charity” Foundation are making Don Corleone and the Vampire Squid look like a bunch of amateurs.

  • Johny Comelately

    What agency is there that can arrest FBI Comey and DOJ Lynch?

    Those two individuals are now just as guilty as Hillary. I agree America has officially died. What country do you now live in? The establishment has shown their true colors.

    Americans, if you don’t rise up, you’re pathetic. Tell all your friends and neighbours and trade in your worthless FED debt notes for gold, silver and tangibles. This will put an end to their game and power structure really fast!

    • mike

      I think it’s congress but congress is so corrupt that will never happen. I wish there could just be a huge house cleaning to fire and indict all current gubberment workers for corruption, state and federal including the road workers…Except for the one road worker that works while the others watch..He is a good guy!

    • mike

      Oh I forgot there is also the Agency to Prevent Evil (APE) for short. Think Lancelot is on vacation.

  • d

    And for ALL of hillary’s crimes ..she gets a ‘get out of jail card’…and a FREE PLANE RIDE…that …we the people end up paying for…wtf

  • Phil Downunder

    Comey worked for HSBC??? Get outta here!!

    Just another Bankster!!

  • anon

    “…FBI Recommends ‘No Charges’ Against Hillary Clinton…”

    Is anyone surprised, in the least, by this?

    The FBI works for the same PTB (Powers-That-Be), for which the CIA also works: the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations), a subsidiary of CHATHAM HOUSE (formerly the BRITISH Royal Institute for International Affairs, in London), which is a subsidiary of the Milner Group but also works in the interests of allied “globalists” like the “Committee of 300”, and the Cecil Rhodes’ Trust.

    Hillary Clinton is an ass-et of the “globalists” – and the people at the FBI who make the decisions are working for the “globalists”, too. That is why the FBI is protecting Hitlary Clinton. They are going to shove Hitlary Clinton right down our throats, in Nov. 2016. And, most LIBTARD, DUMBO-CRAT Americans will think she won by popular “election”.

  • We’ll always remember, and never forget

    Two forty plus 1

    240 + 1

    240 plus 1

    The day America died.

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