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Why is the mainstream media completely ignoring the Seth Rich assassination story? Is it because the professional hit on Rich probably leads to the highest levels of the DNC, or potentially all the way to John Podesta or Hillary Clinton herself? This is high drama not even ‘House of Cards’ on Netflix can touch. Will Lehr from Perpetual Assets joins me to discuss this, the economy, and the Comex killer. Thanks for tuning in.

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  • Loquito

    Silver and Gold=)

      • Loquito

        fonostar is trying to make the point that this is money.

        Example only
        “Bitcoin – akjhga5frgajga5gasgthsd6546a5d1fa65df6a1df6a65df”

        All this letters and numbers mix together(mined some how?) is money? Explain? I don’t understand it?

        To me, it look like nothing more than a bunch electric digits… A strong magnet can wipe your thumb drive or hard drive clean. Or like Bix Weir that printed those numbers on to paper and call it money. What is the dollar, then? Paper with a number and letters too?

        Thanks, Sean for everything you do!!

        • fonestar

          Bitcoin addresses start with a “1” or a “3”.

          The actual cryptography behind Bitcoin is very difficult to understand. Understanding the basic operations and theory of Bitcoin is not difficult to understand. So if you choose not to spend a few days learning, then you choose not to understand.

        • Ed_B

          “What is the dollar, then? Paper with a number and letters too?”

          Yes,actually. That is EXACTLY what the dollar is and this in spite of the fact that the US Constitution defines a dollar as being 371 1/4 oz. of fine silver. Because of this definition, we have no dollars today UNLESS they are US silver dollars minted before they stopped minting them. THESE are “dollars”. None of the paper that we have today is a dollar or dollars because none of them either contain silver OR are redeemable for silver. Time was when this was not so. We had silver and even gold paper certificates that could be redeemed for physical gold and silver coins ON DEMAND of the BEARER. This was a critical part of the definition of paper money. But that left too much power in the hands of the citizens and not enough power to spend like drunken sailors for the government. Pity that because it was one heckuva good throttle on US Gov spending. They could not print more gold or silver, so if they wanted to SPEND more, they HAD to HAVE more. No just whipping it up out of thin air, as is done today, which is why we have huge deficits each and every and a gigantic national debt.

          As to the digital currencies, the banksters want this desperately because they know that it will make it MUCH easier to rob We the People of our assets. They have controlled money in the US since the Fed came to be and will continue to do so via electronic “money”, IF they are allowed to do so. We can put pressure on them by demanding to use cash, printed paper money, and USING it to buy things. While this paper money is crap, it at least allows some measure of anonymity in person-to-person buying and selling. The US Gov hates this, BTW, because it allows them no opportunity to tax the sale or any profits of the seller. With a digital currency, there will be an electronic record of every single sale made and taxes WILL be applied to the sale and to any profit made by the seller via comparing their cost with their sale price. The banksters will, of course, get their cut from this for this “service” to the US Gov. This also allows the banksters to take money from others conveniently and without leaving any trace of their thieving. No paper trail = white collar crime will be UNLIMITED. Since the banksters can buy as many Get Out of Jail Free Cards as they need, the politicians will profit immensely from the sale of these cards to those who need them. Hey, it’s “just a cost of doing business”, as the banksters say. Yes, it is. But it will be immensely expensive in terms of the liberty that will be lost by We the People if digital currency ever replaces cash as cash once replaced gold and silver coins. We really SHOULD have learned our lesson from that experience without having to repeat it.

  • Tony Podesta


    Sharon h18 hours ago
    4th year surgery resident here who rotated at WHC (Washington Hospital Center) last year, it won’t be hard to identify me but I feel that I shouldn’t stay silent.

    Seth Rich was shot twice, with 3 total gunshot wounds (entry and exit, and entry). He was taken to the OR emergently where we performed an exlap and found a small injury to segment 3 of the liver which was packed and several small bowel injuries (pretty common for gunshots to the back exiting the abdomen) which we resected ~12cm of bowel and left him in discontinuity (didn’t hook everything back up) with the intent of performing a washout in the morning. He did not have any major vascular injuries otherwise. I’ve seen dozens of worse cases than this which survived and nothing about his injuries suggested to me that he’d sustained a fatal wound.

    In the meantime he was transferred to the ICU and transfused 2 units of blood when his post-surgery crit came back ~20. He was stable and not on any pressors, and it seemed pretty routine. About 8 hours after he arrived we were swarmed by LEOs and pretty much everyone except the attending and a few nurses was kicked out of the ICU (disallowing visiting hours normally every odd hour, eg 1am, 3am, etc is not something we do routinely). It was weird as hell. At turnover that morning we were instructed not to round on the VIP that came in last night (that’s exactly what the attending said, and no one except for me and another resident had any idea who he was talking about).

    No one here was allowed to see Seth except for my attending when he died. No code was called. I rounded on patients literally next door but was physically blocked from checking in on him. I’ve never seen anything like it before, and while I can’t say 100% that he was allowed to die, I don’t understand why he was treated like that. Take it how you may, /pol/, I’m just one low level doc. Something’s fishy though, that’s for sure.

  • videoctr

    A Bloomberg interview, about btc and eth.

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