Friday, March 16, 2018

Hotel and motel staff spy on how much you drink and how you dress

Source: massprivatei

Since at least 2016, hotel and motel staff have been spying on guests and notifying law enforcement of anyone that dresses inappropriately for their age or has lower quality clothing.

Hotel and motel staff are also told to be on the lookout for suspicious people that ask for extra towels, or have excessive alcohol in their rooms and much more.

They are told to call 1-866-DHS-2-ICE (1-866-347-2423) and report suspicious criminal activity to federal law enforcement. Laughably or sadly depending on how you feel about being spied on by hospitality workers, DHS claims that highly trained DHS specialists will take their reports.

Unfortunately, asking for extra towels or having lots of alcohol in your room is only the tip of the iceberg.
Hotel & motel staff will contact police for almost anything
Welcome to police state America 2018, where hotel and motel staff will notify law enforcement for almost anything.
According to DHS's Blue Campaign, if you don't want to be considered a suspicious person by hotel and motel staff,  you should never wear provocative clothing. You should never use their bar or restaurant to meet a date. You should never wear musk, cologne or perfume. You should never pay for your food or drinks with cash or a pre-paid credit card. You should never ask about porno movies or have pornography in your room. You should never use side entrances or exits. And you should never back into a parking spot.
The list of things hotel and motel staff find suspicious should anger every (union) convention goer, business traveler and vacationer.

Below, is a list of fifteen unbelievable things that will get you reported to law enforcement.
Why is DHS asking the hospitality industry to go through guests belongings and search their rooms without a warrant?

The answer is disturbing.

Law enforcement uses hotel and motel staff to do an end run around the Fourth Amendment. (Click here to see how law enforcement uses hospital staff to do an end run around the 4th.)

Unfortunately, we have more to worry about than hotel and motel workers spying on everyone..
DMV's report suspicious people to DHS

The above video reveals how the Nevada DMV also reports suspicious people to DHS. But what the above video does not explain, is what DMV's consider suspicious.
DHS's plan to turn everyone into spies is well on it's way. Soon nowhere will be safe from government/corporate spying.

Thursday, March 15, 2018

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Friday, March 9, 2018

Visual proof Gold and Silver are manipulated 3-9-18

As you can see from the above chart, the last three days always settled within a very tight range of valuation. This is typical. This proves that the ounce spot price of PMs are strictly controlled. To a very definite price point. 

Remember, this is the same, every week, to whatever price point the PTB decide upon and execute through the bullion banks and their lackey brokerages in NYC, Shanghai, Hong Kong, London...

In point of fact, the exact same reality is happening with FOREX, the exchange of foreign and domestic currencies. 

They could make gold ten dollars an ounce or ten thousand an ounce. It's all about perception of the value of capital.

Wake Up. It's not a real world. It's a satanically controlled world in every way on every front.

disgraced Parkland Officer Lied, Radio Dispatch Recording Reveals

As alleged gunman/patsy Nikolas Cruz went on a rampage at Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14, allegedly firing on students and teachers until his semiautomatic AR-15 jammed, Broward Deputy Scot Peterson cowered outside behind the safety of cover, "pointing his gun at nothing."
Coward and the Patsy. Only brave when his his homies are with him, like in any gang
Peterson publicly stated that he thought gunfire was happening outside on campus, not inside the building - perhaps to justify not going in to stop the shooting which claimed 17 lives.
He lied.

Internal radio dispatches released by the Broward County Sheriff's Office Thursday reveal Peterson immediately focused on Building 12 and radioed that gunfire was happening "inside." 
What's more - Peterson warned his fellow officer to stay away - despite wounded students and staff inside who required assistance. Broward Sheriff's Office (BSO) policy requires deputies to engage an active shooter and eliminate the threat.

“Do not approach the 12 or 1300 building, stay at least 500 feet away,” shouted a panicked Peterson as people screamed in the background.

The timeline of events and audio recording of police radio chatter shed new light on the response by the BSO. 
The records appear to support Broward Sheriff Scott Israel’s contention that Peterson, a longtime school resource officer, should have entered Building 12 to engage Cruz and try to prevent deaths. They also appear to show that other deputies may have refrained from rushing into the school at the direction of Peterson and a Parkland captain. The response by the agency has been the subject of national scrutiny, and is currently under review by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. -Miami Herald
BSO police union president Jeff Bell welcomed the release of the audio and timeline of events.
“It certainly backs up that he never went into the school,” Bell said of Scot Peterson. “At one point he says to keep back 500 feet. Why would he say that?”
Timeline of events via the Miami Herald
Cruz was dropped off at the school by an Uber at 2:19 p.m. Two minutes later, he entered Building 12. He began firing within 15 seconds. Peterson, at the time, was near the administration building.
At 2:22 p.m. the fire alarm was triggered, blaring throughout the entire campus. The first 911 call also went out, via Coral Springs emergency dispatch center.
“Be advised we have possible, could be firecrackers. I think we have shots fired, possible shots fired —1200 building,” Peterson radioed at 2:23 p.m.
At that moment, according to the video, Peterson arrived at the southeast corner of Building 12, where he appeared to remain “for the duration of the incident.” “We’re talking about the 1200 building, it’s going to be the building off Holmberg Road,” Peterson said frantically seconds later.
“Get the school locked down, gentlemen!” he shouted.
As the shots intensified, other deputies began racing to the scene, radioing in. One believed he heard shots by the football field, something Peterson mentioned in a statement released last month by his attorney, arguing that the school resource deputy thought shots were coming from outside the 1200 building.
“BSO trains its officers that in the event of outdoor gunfire one is to seek cover and assess the situation in order to communicate what one observes with other law enforcement,” Peterson’s attorney said.
But Peterson, according to the timeline and radio dispatches reviewed by the Miami Herald, remained focused on Building 12.
“All right... We also heard it’s by, inside the 1200,” Peterson said at 2:25 p.m.
Joseph DiRuzzo, Peterson’s attorney, did not respond to an email and a call to his office. Peterson resigned eight days after the shooting rather than be suspended without pay pending an internal affairs investigation.
As the shooting progressed, calls began “blowing up” the 911 call centers. Students were spilling out of the campus. Peterson radioed to make sure “no one comes inside the school.”
At 2:27 p.m., six minutes after Cruz went into Building 12, the shooting stopped. Cruz ditched his AR-15 in the third-floor stairwell and left.
Five seconds later, Peterson radioed for officers to “stay at least 500 feet away at this point.” A dispatcher repeated, “Stay away from 12 and 1300 building.”
Coral Springs officer Tim Burton had just arrived at Douglas High. At 2:28 p.m., he radioed out the first description of Cruz: “White male with ROTC Uniform Burgundy Shirt” — exactly what the shooter was wearing when he was arrested later. How Burton obtained the information was unclear from the timeline.
At 2:29 p.m., as officers began encountering wounded students, Burton met with Peterson outside Building 12.
The chaos continued. Deputies tried getting into Building 13 next door, but it was locked. A fleeing student appeared to be stuck in a fence; a deputy asked for bolt cutters. One deputy called for a command post to be set up.
“We need to get units in here so we can try to find this guy,” a deputy radioed.
At 2:31 p.m., BSO Capt. Jan Jordan, whose supervision of the response has also been scrutinized amid questions about whether she slowed police response by ordering a perimeter, speaks for the first time: “Do we have a perimeter set up right now and everyone cleared out of the school?”
“That’s negative,” a dispatcher responds.
It was at 2:32 — 11 minutes after the shooting began — that four Coral Springs officers and two BSO deputies made the first police entrance into the building, helping to “extract a victim.”
Jordan is back on the radio one minute later: “I want to make sure that we have a perimeter set up (unintelligible), all the kids are getting out, but we need to shut down around this school.”
By 2:35 p.m., officers were seen transporting a victim on a golf cart. One minute after that, 10 officers burst into Building 12 through an east-side entrance.
Down the street, Cruz had entered a Walmart and bought a drink at the Subway inside. At 3:40 p.m., a Coconut Creek officer saw Cruz and arrested him without incident. Cruz was indicted Wednesday on 17 counts of first-degree murder and 17 counts of attempted murder.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office released the timeline Thursday following weeks of mounting pressure to make the details of its police response public. The Miami Herald, South Florida Sun-Sentinel and CNN sued the agency last month to force it to release surveillance video outside of the 1200 building, and their lawyers argued in court Thursday that it was in the public interest to release the footage.
Also Thursday, the sheriff’s office released 911 calls received by dispatchers and police documents related to its handling of calls to Cruz’s various addresses detailing his family’s troubled domestic life.
The sheriff’s office tweeted about the case Thursday evening.
“BSO agreed in court today with the media that surveillance video from outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High should be released publicly. Legal exemptions block the release unless a judge approves. The judge took it under advisement and we hope for a ruling shortly.”

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Farmers' Market Lies - A Joel Grover Investigation - Sept. 22, 2010

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Say something sexist go to jail, unless you are a woman, then its okay

Don't say an F'n word, or you go to jail

Head of Vogue wonder women dress like freaks

Via The Daily Bell
A Belgian court fined a man €3,000 ($3,700) for telling a female police officer that she should do a job more “adapted to women.”
It is the first time that anyone has been convicted of sexism under a new Belgian law.
The driver was found guilty of three charges: contempt of a police officer, making threats and sexist remarks in public, and a serious violation of another person’s dignity because of her gender.
He was warned that if he failed to pay the fine, a prison term of a month would be imposed.
“This is the first time we have used this law to prosecute someone,” said Gilles Blondeau, spokesman for the public prosecutor’s office. “It is quite common for people arrested by the police to insult and threaten. But to personally blame a policewoman because of her sex is different.” …
Under the law, any behaviour expressing “contempt towards a person, because of their sexuality” or treating a person as “inferior or as reduced essentially to their sexual dimension“, which entails a serious attack on their dignity is punishable by up to a year in prison and/or a fine.

I'm a witch and we got all the laws changed to destroy white men.
But how weak must people be when they need a law to protect their feelings? It is almost as if some women think they need the state and their guns to protect them because women are unable to protect themselves.

And the women called 911
That is an actual sexist attitude. It seems to suggest women are too frail to fend off mere words.
A strong self-assured woman would not need the law to retaliate against men who insult or offend her.

The fact that this criminalizes speech against a public official is even more concerning.
It doesn’t matter how rude, nasty, or offensive someone is, the right to free speech is more important.
You don’t have to play by the rules of the corrupt politicians, manipulative media, and brainwashed peers.

from a reader

What about the oh-so-catty words of women, aimed at other women, sometimes by women in positions of authority in the many 98%-to-100%-mom-staffed, discriminatory, female-dominated workplaces?

This is protected EU speech.

Here’s how it goes in the USA.

Women often try to bully out the female “non culture fits” in the many workplaces, staffed with 100% or close to 100% women.

Women do this for a variety of reasons, including 1) pushing out the hardworking and high-selling competition in sales-related jobs and 2) shoving out the few childless women who don’t fit in the frequently absentee mom gangs in the many female-dominated back-office jobs “voted best for moms” to keep the lid on their crony absenteeism collusion.

Women with unearned income for womb productivity often use “mean words” to bully out the women with no unearned income from spouses / ex spouses / monthly welfare and child-tax-credit welfare up to $6,444, hoisting up their low wages.

Women use “mean words” like weapons, bullying non-culture-fit women into quitting the crony-mom-absenteeism-gang jobs before they are eligible for Unemployment Compensation, which covers rent between low-wage jobs.

Many “non-culture-fit” females, working in catty, female-dominated industries, never get a dime of the UC that they pay into, while many of these culture-fit absentee bully moms, working part time to stay below the earned-income limit for welfare, are showered with 100%-free, non-contributory monthly welfare that covers their rent and groceries and child tax credits up to $6,444.
Thanks to witholding and their now-doubled refundable $6,444 (max) child tax credits, their paychecks are higher, even though they — and many of the married moms, too — often bound out the workplace door every afternoon, leaving behind phones ringing off the hook with paying customers, leading to unmet quotas, month after month, especially since they likewise take off whole days and whole weeks beyond their PTO and pregnancy leave.

Well-vacationed moms-in-charge often fire the female “non culture fits” who come to work every day, stay the whole day and meet the account-generation and account-retention numbers every month, while keeping the back-watching, frequently absentee culture-fit moms whose sales and account-retention numbers are low, but who squeal with delight at the Halloween Dress-Up Day festivities and during the parking lot Family Day Picnic. They churn the high-selling “non culture fits” after they get their bonus numbers up.

Do the counts in Belgium punish female managers who, in the middle of a meeting in a corporate back office, say “The prize for the baby-mommy-look-alike-bulletin-board decorating contest is getting X childless, female employee down in the floor and smearing Vaseline all over her shiny, exfoliated face?”

How’s that for degrading?

Does the goverment fine female (mom) managers who interview childless, non-culture-fit females by letting them know, as the female non culture fit sits down to interview and before a word is uttered, that “we have 17 women in here (MOMS), and we HAVE to have someone who fits in!”
Momma managers in a company with a big goverment contract due to being a “woman-owned” business dud that to me without batting an eyelash.

It is typical. It is the norm in female-dominated industries.

In the USA, it is okay to discriminate if you do it in reverse, discriminating against men, or if you narrow your discrimination categories within the blanket of gender.

How about being told—after getting ready for an hour, driving for an hour, waiting for an hour, filing out a bunch of forms with every type of information in the world for an hour and answering an hour’s worth of canned hoop-jumping interview questions—that, for this low-wage office job, we hire “women with somethin’ comin in’ from spouses or ex spouses or government due to womb productivity, which hoists up the low wages for the 100% female employees.

You need a spousal income that pays your rent, child support that covers rent or free food, free rent, free electricity, monthly cash assistance and a child tax credit up to $6,444 for womb productivity out of wedlock to get this female-dominated, low-paying office job, woman.

How about being told by a female hiring manager in an interview that “I can see what you are, and YOU just don’t know what it is like to raise two boys.”

Translation: Despite your college degree, four relevant licenses and 3 years of experience, including experience doing the very thing we do here, and with high numbers when dealing with one of our biggest clients in another business, YOU definitely won’t fit in our back-watching mom-protection gang of frequently absentee, womb-productive female discriminators. 

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Amazon Admits Alexa Is Creepily Laughing At People

 Hi.  We here at Amazon would like to sell you a device that goes in the center of your home.  It comes with a super sensitive microphone that will listen to everything you say and will be sent to our servers, most likely stored on them until a government spook comes along wanting some info on you.  Do be careful what you say around our device because it's always listening for certain "trigger" words that may alert the authorities.  It can't differentiate between a joke about killing someone or the real deal so everything will get treated as a potential homicide.  We're sure that if Alexa does make a mistake you, the SWAT team, and Alexa will all have a good laugh once it's all sorted out.

While there are plenty of stories of artificial intelligence gone wrong, it seems many recent new owners of Amazon's Alexa devices have been rudely woken by "bone-chillingly creepy" laughing from their AI friend.

As The Daily Mail reports, some users say their Alexa-enabled gadgets start laughing totally unprompted.
One user reportedly tried to turn the lights off in their home but Alexa repeatedly turned the lights back on, eventually uttering an 'evil laugh,' according to BuzzFeed.
Another Echo Dot owner said they told Alexa to turn off their alarm in the morning and she responded by letting out a 'witch-like' laugh.
Alexa is programmed in many voice-activated devices with a preset laugh, which can be prompted by asking: 'Alexa, how do you laugh?'
But so far, it's unclear why Alexa is laughing even when users don't ask her to.

As if that wasn't bizarre enough, Amazon also has a 'Laugh Box' skill, which lets users play different types of laughter, such as a 'baby laugh' or a 'sinister laugh.'
While initially just thought to be an internet joke, The Verge reports that Amazon has now responded to the creepiness in a statement to The Verge, saying, “We’re aware of this and working to fix it.”
As The Verge's Shannon Liu concludes, many have related the laughter back to a moment in 2001: A Space Odyssey when HAL 9000 turns evil and says, “I’m sorry Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that.” Maybe it’s a sign that having smart devices in our homes is another step toward a creepy, dystopian future where robot overlords rule. When does that Terminator sequel come out again?
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So far 'Russian hackers' have not been blamed for this "creepy" laughter... though we suspect it will not be long. That's what the satanists do, blame their actions on others.

The deep truth of echo and Alexa is that they are SPY devices, meant to invade our world and we PAY for them to do it. It all ends up back at the various intel agencies, and that's documented.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

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'Conservative Activist Trolls Oscar Attendees with Pedo Facebook Ads Featuring Mark Salling, Kevin Spacey and Pizzagate' Salling was murdered, before he could tell anyone where he got his tens of thousands of CP photos, most if not all of them very recent:

Kevin Salling exposes Hillary pedophile ring, found murdered.

Conservative Activist Trolls Oscar Attendees with Pedo Facebook Ads Featuring Mark Salling, Kevin Spacey and Pizzagate

Facebook ads promoting the Wall Street Journal to Oscar attendees praised accused child molester Kevin Spacey, honored deceased convicted pedophile Mark Salling and featured an image that was at the center of “Pizzagate” in a post about child trafficking.

The ads were not purchased by the Wall St. Journal, but by an activist protesting pedophilia in Hollywood and beyond.
By promoting WSJ content the activist was able to edit the posts and troll the Oscars as they saw fit.

“10,000 Oscar-goers got a lovely surprise on Facebook tonight,” the anonymous activist told the Gateway Pundit. “Hundreds clicked the links to find the real WSJ articles detailing stories about pedophila rings and YouTube pedo videos like ElsaGate.”
The ads link to WSJ articles on the bust of a global pedophile ring and another on YouTube videos that attract pedophiles or disguise inappropriate content to appeal to children — known as “ElsaGate.”

“Mark Salling will be honored at this year’s Oscar’s. The Academy wants to commend him for his role on Glee. His award will be presented by Meryl Streep. He will be sorely missed,” one ad read.
Salling hanged himself in January while he was facing up to seven years in prison for child pornography possession after accepting a plea deal in September. He was scheduled to be sentenced in March.

“Tipped off by a girlfriend, investigators found more than 50,000 images and hundreds of child pornography videos on his laptop and thumb drive, some of little girls as young as 3 to 5 years old, federal prosecutors said. They had been downloaded from April through December 2015,” NBC reported.
Another ad featured a photo of a young girl duct taped to a table that became infamous during “Pizzagate.”
The Gateway Pundit has censored the image, as it features a minor:

“Some are saying this could be the next #ME2 movement. The busts continue to happen across the country, but it’s an unreported phenomenon. When will the voiceless be defended?” the post accompanying the photo of the young girl read.
According to the activist, the most clicked ad was the one featuring the duct-taped child.
The activist stated that they were “motivated by Sabo and knew it had to be done.”
Sabo, a right-wing street artist, made headlines earlier this week for his billboards calling out Hollywood for the hypocrisy in the “Me Too” movement.
“Name names on stage or shut the hell up!” one billboard read. “And the Oscar for biggest pedophile goes to …” another mocked.

Monday, March 5, 2018

The US Dollar Has Lost 97% of it’s Value In 50 years

Whenever in the history of money a country goes off the gold standard it becomes irresistible to just keep the printers pumping out more and more money. In modern times, money is always issued along with debt in the same amounts. It always ends the same, Venezuela, Zimbabwe, Germany in the 1920’s. The currency eventually becomes worthless. But it can go on for a long time before that happens. The US dollar has already lost 97% of it’s value over 50 years, so there isn’t much left to lose. Here is a short article about it from Zerohedge:

The US dollar became fiat currency when it stopped being backed by gold over 46 years ago and it has lost 97 percent of its value since the establishment of the Federal Reserve in 1913.…currencies

Still worth more than the Ruble?

Probably not for long, Russia has a huge gold reserve and is adding to it mightily.…es-january

When I was a kid back in the 50’s I could buy a candy bar for 10 cents with a real silver dime. Today, that dime is worth $2. or so, about what a candy bar sells for today, and that candy bar is HALF the size of the one I bought 60 years ago!

The big story of this decade will be the collapse of fiat currencies. I believe one way we can all use gold and silver again is gold and silver backed block chain. Lots of companies in the works with it. The sad thing about Venezuela is when their currency lost it’s value they had nothing to fall back on, no one owned any gold or silver, so now they just have to barter or steal. I hear you can buy 6 months of food for ONE OUNCE OF SILVER in Venezuela.

The way it would go is like it went in Venezuela. Take a close look at the result. Starvation, empty stores, No jobs, business at a standstill, roads crowded with banditos. It’s not a pretty sight. And the only way to get the economy started again is with an intrinsically valuable currency. And in Venezuela almost no one has gold or silver. How about the US? Do ANY of you have gold or silver? Probably one in 100 Americans has any. It will go just the same way, mad max TO THE MAX!
Debt grows faster than the increased GDP which is supposed to service the debt.
The Faster America “Grows”, The Faster America Goes Bust

As of October 1st of 2007 (the start of the 2008 Federal Government fiscal year), federal debt stood at $9 trillion and 70 billion. In the subsequent ten years and five months, the US federal debt has grown $11 trillion and 805 billion and now stands at $20 trillion and 875 billion (chart below). Over the same period, US GDP grew $5 trillion and 169 billion. Simply put, for every $1 of new federal debt undertaken, the US achieved $0.44 cents of economic activity or “growth”…erica.html

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Sunday, March 4, 2018

How the central banks rig the price of gold to their advantage, keeping the dollar worthless

Deutsche Bank admitting last year to being an accessory to manipulating gold prices in collusion with other banks makes what was done and is being done a flat-out, incontrovertible  conspiracy.

Alhambra Investment Partners CIO Jeffrey Snider returned to Erik Townsend's MacroVoices podcast this week to discuss one of his favorite topics: How central banks' use gold lending to manipulate their balance sheets, and also to manipulate the broader market for precious metals by sheer dint of their size, and willingness to buy and sell without any consideration for the price.
Their conversation begins with Snider explaining the history of "gold swaps" between central banks that helped birth the concept of fractional reserve lending.
The first "gold swap" conducted between the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England: The Fed handed the BOE $200 million in bullion through the New York Fed; in exchange, the BOE gave the Fed a "gold receivables" in the same amount. This is essentially an IOU that could (in theory, at least) be cashed in for gold, but allowed the Fed to keep the gold deep in its vaults. As Townsend explains, the gold is being taken out of the accounting for the balance sheet, but it's not being removed from the accounting.
Again, in theory, one could argue that these gold receivables were, in fact, "as good as gold" because the default risk from a counter party central bank is, effectively, zero.
Essentially, what happened was the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on behalf of the Federal Reserve system made $200 million of gold bullion available to the Bank of England for its disposal in whatever transactions it might take in defending sterling at that pre-war parity price. What’s important about that is that it aids both sides of the equation.
Because the way a gold swap works is that, essentially, the central bank agent that is providing the gold exchanges it for what’s called a gold receivable.
If you look at Slide 5, for example, I’ve sketched out roughly what this gold swap meant. $200 million in gold was made available to the Bank of England, which it would then sell in the market for sterling at the price that it wished to defend. They put the sterling currency into an account in London on behalf of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
So what really happened was gold disappeared from New York and ended up as cash in the UK denomination in London. But, for accounting purposes, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York showed a gold receivable where gold used to be.
Because if (for whatever reason) the Federal Reserve Bank of New York needed its gold back, there was sterling in an account where it could theoretically buy it back. So the gold receivable was taken as equivalent to actually having bullion on hand in a vault in New York City.
So both parties were satisfied. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York got to continue reporting the same amount in its possession, while the Bank of England was supplied additional metal in order to help defend the sterling at pre-war parity.
As anybody who lived through the financial crisis would remember sometimes credit-risk analysts ignore have a tendency to ignore black-swan tail risks like the prospect of a central bank default. We delved into this topic in greater detail about a year-and-a-half ago when Carmot Capital's George Sokoloff explained why even the most sophisticated hedge funds tend to get slaughtered during market shocks.
The way that the accounting works in the gold swap scenario outlined above is the central banks are basically pretending the Fed didn't give its gold to the BOE...yet, there is still only the one $200 million slug of didn't just magically double. In a way, this feat of financial engineering echoes China's massive "rehypothecation" fraud which we've critiqued time  and time again...
It's also important to remember, too, that all of this was done for political purposes: In the aftermath of World War II, Winston Churchill briefly brought the UK back to the gold standard. But to prevent a destabilizing spike in volatility, the central bank needed the gold reserves to defend the peg in the open market.
Knowing the roots of fractional reserve lending will help reframe like our stories about the missing gold at the Fed. Even Snider admits there's ample room for these so-called "conspiracies" to flourish...
...Because, as he admits, we don't know the difference between gold and gold receivables - though that is something that could be determined via a simple audit..
That’s the way this works. And of course it opens the door to all sorts of conspiracy theories. Because, obviously, people have argued, and do argue still, that if there’s more receivables than gold, then there’s no gold left. And how would anybody know the difference?
And the point of fact is we don’t know the difference. We don’t know how much gold has ever been swapped out. And how much gold remains. Because nobody has ever been required to make a distinction there.
Our interest here is defining why that would be. Why are central banks interested in doing this kind of transaction? Other than the fact that they are intentionally trying to mislead the public, which I don’t think is the case.
Again, there are legitimate reasons for all of these things to happen. You may not agree with why they’re being done, or the times of when they’re being done, but there are legitimate reasons for this.
Snider goes on to explain how these gold swaps led to the creation of the gold forward rate, a strategy that many smaller central banks employ to turn their gold reserves into a profit engine. Essentially, central banks allow gold miners to hedge their exposure by fronting them the gold to sell short before they ever pull the metal out of the ground.
The central bank receives a small interest rate, the miners are hedged and capitalized - everybody is happy - or at least that's what one might suspect at first brush.
In reality, the central banks' involvement in the gold market is considerably more fraught - in ways that many mainstream analysts aren't yet ready to consider.
For instance, as Townsend points out, gold bugs have for years expounded to anybody who would listen their theory about how central banks surreptitiously intervene in the gold market to suppress the price of the precious metal. As anybody who trades gold has also undoubtedly noticed that often we get what traders call "gold pukes" - sudden, sharp declines in the price of gold - often around 8 am.
Because central banks are the largest logical price-insensitive participants, many have blamed them for this phenomenon.
Snider said that, while he agrees that central banks are, in effect, manipulating the price of gold when they intervene in the market, there are more plausible explanations for why central banks might do this - aside from being motivated to manipulate the price of gold.
And there’s no legitimate reason for them to actually take an interest in price, because the gold leasing arrangement is, by its very nature, negative in price. For reasons that have nothing to do with monetary policy of any central bank around the world. Because it’s dislodging previously off-market stored gold onto the marketplace. That’s a key point to remember moving forward.
When this stuff happens, when there’s an uptick in lending and leasing for whatever reason, it is price negative. It has nothing to do with manipulation. It’s just the natural supply and demand mechanics of the way these things are set up.
In short, central banks are doing this not because they're intentionally manipulating the price of gold. Rather, the manipulation is an unavoidable side effect of their gold leasing arrangements...
Finally, Townsend and Snider discuss the latter's theory about how major turning points in gold's long-term price trajectory have been influenced by anomalies in the eurodollar market, as depicted in the chart above...
There are a couple of anomalies – or aberrations, whatever you want to call them – in
the gold market that popped up in especially 2010. Remember, 2010 is supposed to be a year of recovery. Not just in the economy, but in the financial markets. We had ZIRP (zero interest rate policy) in the US, we had ZIRP in Europe. We had QE in the US. We had all of these positive monetary factors.
And yet, in the middle of 2017, it came to light that the Bank For International Settlement, which is the central bankers’ central bank, had swapped 346 tons of gold with ten European banks in December of 2009 and January of 2010. And people couldn’t figure out why that was.
Because, again, things are supposed to be recovering. Why the hell are they taking gold out of the hands of European banks? And the reason was, of course, continued funding anomalies in dollar markets. What was reported along the way, as these things became more and more investigated, was: What had happened during the bull market in the 2000s was that people – European customers in particular – who were interested in buying gold because gold was in a bull market, may not have intentionally been buying gold for gold property. They had been buying gold – physical metal – and depositing it with their local bank for custody.
But an unallocated account was a very big difference in terms of legalities and who actually owns the metal. An unallocated account means that you’re just depositing the gold with the bank. The gold then becomes a liability with the bank. And what they give you back in return is essentially a warehouse receipt. Not actual title to the metal.
All the bank is saying is that if you ever ask for your metal, we’ll give you metal back. Not necessarily the specific bars or the specific whatever that you deposited.
And what that allowed was, in times of stress and strain, because that metal became a liability at the bank and not a separate constructive bailment as an allocated account would be, these European banks, including Swiss banks, found that they had a deep pool of unallocated gold that was their own liability that they couldn’t realize.
Again, their only liability was that they would have to put the same kind of metal or the same amount of metal back if their customers ever asked for it back.
What happened in 2010, as the European crisis wore on and got worse, was that these
European banks started to appeal to those stores of unallocated gold. They started to motivate them into the lending and leasing arrangements, which tended to be negative in price the more that happened.
Where that really broke out was in later 2011 as the dollar crisis worsened that year.
September 6, 2011, the Swiss National Bank shocked the markets by pegging the franc to the Euro, essentially trying to get away from the dollar balance. Which triggered all sorts of responses across US dollar funding markets.
And you could see, once again, another big, massive gold puke.

Youtube BANS Alex Jones and Infowars, among others...the 1st amendment is being killed off, the most important one of them all.

Now that they have effectively erased the 1st amendment - the right to speak your mind, as anyone should, regardless of their opinions - the rest of the Amendments will quickly follow.

Everything hinged and supported the 1st amendment.

Allowing this to happen is the same as allowing Hitler Deep State NWO Fascists to run rough shod over our lives. And they are. with medicine, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, you name it.

The Hildebeast didn't make it. But that's not stopping the satanic shits from removing anyone who is exposing their satanic agenda.

Like Me.

And a few of you, wherever you are out there.

Damn, he was right.

Fascist satanic leftist bastards

Naturally, my pharmacist couldn't help, but he did tell me that everything is the DEA's fault

Nearly 70 percent of Americans are on at least one prescription drug, and that's not even accounting for epic burnouts like us skewing the numbers. Mommy needs her medicine to control her blood pressure, Daddy needs his medicine for his cholesterol, and your weird uncle who writes for the Internet needs his "whatever you got on you" to ease chronic pain the doctors no longer treat in our day - go fuck yourself if your leg has 30 titanium pins in it. The point is, everybody needs something. So what happens if you need your meds when we're undergoing one of our nation's many drug shortages? We're not just being hyperbolic because our stash ran dry; drug shortages are a real and terrifying thing. They are also engineered by the govt. Specifically, the DEA. Let's talk to somebody on the wrong end of one ...

Any Drug Can Be Vitally Important

As an adult with ADHD, I depend on Adderall, one of the most famous and controversial prescription drugs in America. It's proven invaluable in treating the disorder in children and adults, and also, unfortunately, in making sure frat boys can stay up all night playing Call Of Duty. And apparently the DEA is sick of getting whomped by BroDown69 every time they boot up the old Xbox. Hence, the drug shortage. And it's not just about paying closer attention to your homework: My ADHD is entwined with both depression and anxiety. Before Adderall, I was way into self-harm and suicide. Post-Adderall, I've found some better hobbies. It's a pretty big deal to me.
Seppi333/Wikimedia Let's hear it for new hobbies, such as "not dying!"

When I finally talked to my doctor about ADHD and scored that first sweet prescription to Adderall, everything in my life changed within weeks. My impulse control was back. I was able to get my work done, which kept suicide and self-harm at bay. I was able to complete my projects -- it was so great that I was furious it took this long to find my wonder drug. And I'm not alone: Not only is Adderall more frequently used to treat depression than you think, it turns out that undiagnosed ADHD is responsible for a lot of depression and suicidal tendencies in young women, because people keep telling us that it's all in our heads. Yes, we know it's in our heads; that is indeed the problem. That's why we're asking you to fix our heads.
Eraxion/iStock/Getty Images "Just because it's in your head doesn't mean it's not real." --Albus Dumbledore, M.D.
There's No Warning Before Your Drugs Just Up And Vanish. It's all about chaos crazy and turning decent law abiding people into pain racked crazies. We know who is behind this.

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The DEA created different classes and labels for prescription drugs based on their likelihood of being abused. Adderall, Vyvanse, and Ritalin are schedule II prescriptions as are many painkillers. That's why their distribution is highly regulated. Shortages have been on and off since 2011, but it wasn't until January 2015 that I began to notice significant problems. Because, that's when the council of 13 deemed it was time to increase the suffering of ALL in the world, during the witches sabbath of Yule.
Radist/iStock/Getty Images Taken 3 was at the top of the box office. It was a dark time in America.
I used to fill my prescriptions at Walgreens, but since changing my health insurance, I've had to switch to CVS. When I first went to fill my 20-milligram Adderall XR (two pills a day) at my closest CVS, I was told they were out of it. So I went to another one and they were out of it, too. I called the next one to save some time, but it turns out that because they're schedule II, they can't tell you if they have the drugs in stock over the phone. You have to show up physically to be rejected. Just like prom night.
Gewitterkind/iStock/Getty Images "But you can order pizza online. That helps depression!"
Some places told me that they were getting their weekly shipment on Wednesday, but then Wednesday came and, oops, maybe it'll show up in the monthly shipment. I was told I needed to get there quickly when that shipment got in, since they were only allotted one bottle of 100 pills per month, meaning they could, at most, fill three prescriptions per month (fewer, if patients took more than one pill per day). When the next month rolled around, I arrived within an hour of their monthly shipment, and still no Adderall. I went to a Walmart to see if they could fill it, and the pharmacist admitted it's been on back order since the end of December. If this sounds frustrating now, keep in mind I did all of this without the pills I need to stay sane.
The System Is Massively Complicated, And Mostly Just Serves To Shift Blame. It's the DEA. They are the little do as they are told bitches behind all medication restriction to patients and doctors HAVE TO OBEY OR ELSE.

Fascist freedom stealing assholes. While ensuring the CIA's heroin and cocaine get into the country safely without any competition. The truth is out there, look it up.
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Our health care system functions like a high school group project: When something doesn't get done, it's always someone else's fault. I had a great relationship with my pharmacist at Walgreens and called him in tears one night to tell him what was going on with CVS and to beg him to take me back. (Walgreens and I had a beautiful relationship, before they dumped me out of the blue when their friends at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida started saying shit behind my back. I thought you were better than that, Walgreens! Not like that slut, Rite Aid, who hires only lesbian women or women of color who treat white customers like typhoid carriers. I've had Rite Aid bitches refuse legal doctor prescription fills from dentists for low grade pain medication that doesn't do shit anyway. Happily, since Rite Aid started treating me and others like shit, their stock has been tanking to the point of near bankruptcy. In fact, they are now involved in a hostile takeover.)
Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images Rite Aid has, like, SO much experience with STDs.

Naturally, my pharmacist couldn't help, but he did tell me that everything is the DEA's fault. Pause for a moment and let that sink in. All these problems with supply and restrictions for chronic pain sufferers with real needs are the direct result of dictates by the DEA at whim, without congressional over site of any kind, ever. See, pharmacists and manufacturers are supposed to tell the DEA how many patients need the medication, and the DEA is supposed to increase the allowance to keep up with patient need -- except they routinely ignore every request as a routine. Maybe they have ADHD too? Maybe they are just vicious jerks who feed on the suffering of others, as so many badge wearers are? So to follow up, I called the Orlando branch of the DEA and spoke to two different representatives: One blamed the manufacturers for refusing to make the drug, and the other blamed the druggies for forcing them to set these limits. It took me a full five minutes before I could stop laughing. Now, it appears they have me under surveillance for making these calls. Ask a question, get setup. I was warned that this might happen. It's not paranoia...this is what you get when you ask questions to fascists in a constitutional republic.
Eric Kayne/Getty Images News/Getty Images Is it Steve? It's Steve, isn't it? Fucking Steve.

If the manufacturers don't make the medications, they lose money. Pharmacists can't make money if they don't sell the drugs. Patients, of course, lose their treatments, and in 2011, at least 1,015 people died because they couldn't get their medications. The DEA, by limiting prescriptions, gets to appear to be tough on drugs, since fewer prescriptions available equals fewer prescription in the hands of patients. Those 1,015 dead folks are just collateral damage in the war on drugs. The DEA's motto is , FUCK EM. The DEA is also a band of serial killers of regular people who-while under doctor treatment-are denied their medicine of all kinds, not just opiates. The number of deaths doubles every single year. They will probably pass a law forbidding the reporting of these stats to protect their precious image.

You're Treated Like A Drug Addict If You Complain

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When I called the DEA to ask about the shortage, the first person I spoke to said, "Yeah, we're restricting access to these medications. What can you do? Blame the druggies not us." When I told him that wasn't good enough and explained my symptoms (which included a relapse in suicidal thoughts, depression, and poor impulse control), he said it sounded like I was addicted to Adderall and in withdrawal.

Patient: "If I stop taking this heart attack medication, I'll have a heart attack."
Flailing Dipshit Agent: "Sounds like you're addicted to heart attack medication. what's your name and address?" 

Hang up the phone, the bastards just put you on a federal watch list for taking heart medicine. Which means you are on the same list as a drug cartel kingpin who ships thousands of tons of cocaine yearly. Welcome to the fuck you club, courtesy of Fascist America.
diego_cervo/iStock/Getty Images I don't think that's what Narcotics Anonymous means when they talk about "physical dependency."
But even if that logic wasn't pants-on-head stupid, as Cracked has pointed out before, most drug addictions are an attempt to self-medicate anyway. And then there's the difference in how we treat individual drugs: Lamictal has pretty severe withdrawal effects, including symptoms of bipolar disorder, vomiting, and emotional upset. Adderall's withdrawal is mostly just "fatigue and trouble sleeping," and yet it's much more heavily regulated, because it's a stimulant.
Stuart Wilson/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images "You're next, Starbucks power shots!"
And so we get to the great irony: I could drive down to the nearest college campus right now and buy some illegal Adderall from the first twitchy kid I came across. Sure, I'd pay more for a single pill than I would for an entire bottle on my insurance, but at least I'd be getting my goddamn meds. In trying to crack down on the prescription drug problem, the DEA is actually creating a prescription drug problem.

There Are Severe And Immediate Consequences For Going Off Adderall

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I wrote an article for Cracked in 2014 about self-injury. After it came out, people began messaging me on Tumblr to tell me how much it had helped them get help and/or stay safe. So I started using my Tumblr to post the other things I told myself to keep sane, and it seemed to help others, too.
Then the Adderall shortage hit.
mactrunk/iStock/Getty Image And my mental health took a tumbl.
In that first article, I also mentioned my previous suicide attempt. One of the factors leading to that was a shortage of Adderall -- it was the longest I'd been off of it since starting the medication ... until now. I've avoided trying to kill myself again, but I can't say I haven't thought about it. I just can't keep the ideas out of my head.
This is why medication shortages are a big deal: I know what my life is like with and without the medication, and I know that my returning suicidal impulses and difficulty focusing aren't because of my own failure as a person. I remind myself that these suicidal thoughts aren't from me. The right psychiatric medications don't turn you into a different person -- they correct your brain chemistry to bring the real you back from behind a cloud of crazy. And no matter how much therapy or self-conditioning you have.
Top Photo Group/Top Photo Group/Getty Images It would explain why I feel so blue.
The last thing the mentally ill need is yet another roadblock between themselves and treatment. You can call it a crutch if you want, but take away someone's crutches and see how much longer their legs stay broken.

Lauren Ipsum

Saturday, March 3, 2018

The Universal Bro Code: Satanic Matriarchy - seed of killers

The Universal Bro Code: Satanic Matriarchy - seed of killers: Satanic takeover of the world and you get lots of dead people who blame it all on God


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How the Satanic governments are engineering millions of people into street drugs or suicide

Their key weapon is to make truly needful people who need pain medications feel like scumbag drug addicts. The pharmacies and doctors use scorn and suspicion as a weapon against the helpless.

While it is true, there will always be a segment of the population that abuses ANYTHING and EVERYTHING, taking it out on people who really suffer with chronic conditions or injuries is a satanic game plan to force decent people into dangerous street drugs that ACTUALLY WILL HARM THEM.

But what they REALLY WANT, IS FOR PEOPLE SUFFERING WITH CHRONIC PAIN CONDITIONS WHO CANNOT OR WILL NOT GO TO THE STREET, IS TO COMMIT SUICIDE. Suicide because of chronic pain is NOW the NUMBER ONE REASON FOR SELF MURDER IN THE UNITED STATES,  2018. It was number37 on the list. Like all satanic agendas, death of humans is their number one priority and they will take every tract they can think of to increase those numbers. Abortion...tubal ligations...Morning After Pill...Pain medicine removal...and on and on.

The blood is on politicians, pharmacies, and doctors who are letting this happen. And the the cops love it. It means more arrests, more convictions, and that's big money for the police state.
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When I was a kid, I had a diving accident that did permanent damage to my neck and back. The details aren't important -- it really is the kind of thing that could have happened to any sensible person -- but the result was that from ten feet in the air, I landed headfirst on a sandbar that was covered by just a couple of feet of water. I was completely vertical, like a Tom And Jerry cartoon. It hurt. And I didn't even get the dignity of a wacky *boing!* sound.
As a result, for the last 30 years, I've dealt with chronic back pain. At its worst, it feels like a star collapsed inside my body. Sometimes, though, it changes gears and feels like someone hammered a red-hot nail into my neck and left it there. When that happens, sneezing or coughing will send a lightning bolt up my spine, a jolt of agony that makes me feel like I'm going to piss my pants. That can last for weeks. I've had broken bones that didn't hurt like this. Other times, the muscles will suddenly get so weak that they just turn to Jell-O. Here, try this: Drop to the floor and do crunches until you physically can't anymore, and then keep doing them for several more minutes. The muscle death you feel, coupled with that pulsating burn? That's what I feel on most days, from sunup to sundown.

But I of course can power through it without the help of my painkiller prescription, via the irrepressible power of the human spirit. It just takes a little extra planning if I know I'm going to be doing anything extreme, like being on my feet for a couple of hours and I have to lie to myself constantly that the NWO knows better than I do and I'm a spineless cunt. For example, I recently took my daughter to the mall for some birthday shopping. After an hour and a half, I physically couldn't walk anymore. By the time we got back to the car, I thought I was going to have to beg a stranger to help cram me into the driver's seat, urging them to press on through my screams. Had I planned better, I could have simply quadrupled my dose of aspirin and Skyped with my daughter from the car while she shopped - in truth, that never works. The only solution is to lie in bed, not earn a living, and eventually die. maybe that's what they want. My death. Your death. Our death.

Of course, aspirin is a blood thinner too. Most over the counter "pain meds" are actually differing versions of blood thinners. Aspirin works great for headaches, because it reduces the blood pressure in the sinus cavity. Elsewhere, it does nothing. It's a placebo. A LIE. 

Like Ibuprofen. A LIE. A blood thinner, nothing else.

That's the key to pain management: planning ahead and not doing the thing that causes you pain, and also remembering that nearly all things cause you pain. But you have to lie to yourself, constantly. Good at lying to yourself? Then it might work. Maybe.

For instance, I pace when I talk on the phone. I can't help it. This means a 20-minute phone call can potentially seize up my back so completely that I have to execute the sitting process in slow, gentle stages, looking like a GIF loading on a spotty LTE connection. The pain never goes away with pain management. You just have the pride in knowing that you must now live a life in pain F O R E V E R. But at least you are NOT taking the pain pills designed to help you live pain free. That way the satanic do gooders and fascist freedom takers can all pat each other on the back on what progress they are making in turning me and millions others, into street junkies to get some relief.
Of course, if I was smart, I would just stop talking on the phone forever. Or I could plan ahead by taking a few aspirin and toughing through that shit like a tank. I just need to cue up some Jeff Sessions and remember his inspirational words: "But, I mean, a lot of people, you can get through these things."

If there is justice, assholes like him will end up with bone crunching pain and hopefully, doctors that will instantly treat him like a loser junky. If there is justice.

Let Societal Scorn Work Its Magic

Over the past eight years, my wife has been through the following:
-- An injury that resulted in two knee surgeries
-- Her ACL torn right in half, resulting in a third
-- Chronic migraines that regularly send her to the ER
-- F'g brain surgery
When her ACL popped, she couldn't touch her foot to the floor without crying so hard that she was close to vomiting. After the first doctor visit, they sent her home with two ibuprofen and a pair of crutches. It wasn't until a week later that they did a scan and saw the tear. Between this and her original surgeries, the doctors said she'd likely be in pain for the rest of her life. Yet any time she complains to them about the pain, they look at her like she's trying to bullshit her way into some sweet, sweet drugs. As if she went into the joint and popped that ligament with a pair of bolt cutters just so she'd have the pretense to take an occasional flight on Opiate Airlines.

That is literally how they think now - mostly pharmacists who balk at filling prescriptions - and women doctors who support the Hildebeast. You know...witches. Tell is it that someone with a 2 year community college degree knows better than a doctor who spent 20 years in school and surgery to get their license to practice medicine? Pharmacists all act like God now, knowing all, seeing all, and damn your doctor. I've heard four separate pharmies say that they know better than my doctor as to what I need for my and my wife's condition.

I get the same. Any time I have to ask for pain medication, it's followed with a suspicious look and "Are you sure the ibuprofen isn't helping?" I don't understand. Ibuprofen IS NOT A PAIN MEDICATION, IT IS A BLOOD THINNER, SAME AS ASPIRIN. Even though I'm just asking for weak-ass Tramadol (a synthetic opioid specifically designed to be less addictive), you can still get hooked on that. I'm aware that addicts fake their way into prescriptions all the time. I also know that they sell them on the streets, and to be perfectly honest, I'd have an easier time buying the pills off of them than getting them from an actual doctor. The doctor is the only one who will judge me as a piece of shit.

Fortunately, feeling like a scumbag addict is a great motivator for staying away from opiates, despite the fact that they do take away 100 percent of my pain and allow me to physically function through an average day. Politicians say you're just weak. Perspective employers see you as a potential pill-popping train wreck. Co-workers and subordinates look at you like you're Dr. House. Friends and family will compare your pain to theirs and blow it off. ("Your back hurts? That's nothing. I lost three fingers working at the guillotine factory. You don't see me suckin' down pain pills") I simply have to measure the physical pain against the psychological/emotional pain and realize that the latter is greater. Problem solved.

Truth is...the problem is NOT solved. The pain is there. And I've only allowed myself to become deluded by propaganda from fucking idiots. I've let the meme of our times control my reality and the system is on the side of stupid.

Trust The Professionals To Let You Know When To Endure Excruciating Pain

The absolute best way to stay away from opioids is to let the medical profession do what it's currently doing: restrict the ever loving shit out of them in a completely arbitrary way. For instance, did you know that CVS announced in late 2017 that they would be limiting opiate prescriptions to a seven-day supply? And that patients would have to try the immediate-release pills before switching to the much more effective extended-release pills that chronic pain sufferers need? Thank. God.
Here I was, worried about my own willpower and aspirin-taking toughness, when all I had to do was wait for doctors and pharmacies to step in and say, "We got ya, buddy. We will fucking die before letting you abuse your medication." I wish they'd take it a step further and just have me come in every time I need an individual pill. Just hand it out at the counter with a little cup of water, like Nurse Ratched from One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.

Of course, "seven-day supply" doesn't really have much of a meaning. My wife's 30-day supply of Tramadol is 30 pills. Take a look at the instructions:
Now, if we're talking about someone who has pain once per day during a specific four-hour time span, that is definitely a 30-day supply. But if we're talking about someone who is dealing with chronic pain, then taking the recommended dosage makes that bottle last seven to ten days. And that, my friends, is one hell of an awesome way to beat opiate dependence. Just make them up and vanish for 20 days per month. No more worrying about willpower. No need to toughen up. It's totally out of your hands. "You're out already? Well that sucks. You shouldn't have taken what we told you to take. Oh well. Come back in 20 days, and we'll get you some more. In the meantime, here's some aspirin. How's your toughness?"

Don't Worry, Self-Care Is Your Ticket To Complete Opiate Freedom

Have you ever shopped for computer chairs at an office supply store? They always have little tags with a single-digit number on them. If you never looked up what those mean, they're "suggested hours of use." So if the tag says "5," they're saying, "Don't sit in this for more than five hours per day, you lazy, computer-using turd." I routinely work in a computer chair for 18 hours a day. There are no computer chairs with a rating of "18".
Office Depot"Intensive" rated doesn't even meet half of that.
In order to prevent my vertebrae from permanently fusing together, I follow the rule of thumb to get up and walk around for five to ten minutes every hour. And that will absolutely work for all of you too, because you also work from home and have no boss who will walk over and say, "Every time I see you, you're walking around aimlessly, doing nothing. Do you want me to fire you?"
Now, if you're one of the rare people who does have a boss (loser), you should just explain to them that experts recommend that you stand for two to four hours during your work day, and you'll either need two desks (one for sitting and one for standing) or a sitting-to-standing desk for your office. Those generally only cost around $400. They should be fine with that.
Duro-Med"How about an $11 hemorrhoid pillow instead?" "But I don't ... *sigh* whatever."
If you work in physical labor, you'll need to do the opposite, taking plenty of breaks to get off your feet. The great thing about physical labor is that it's a job known for its reasonable, empathetic supervisors and flexible project deadlines. They will have absolutely no problem with you pulling up a chair once every hour for some pain prevention. There is no way they'll say, "I didn't hire you to sit on your ass. Get back to work or allow me to go spend the three minutes it would take me to find a replacement."

You Will Definitely Become Tough and feel miserable all the time.

Here's the thing about chronic pain: It doesn't just affect you or your throbbing body part. It turns you into a dick, because it's impossible to maintain a positive, healthy state of mind when all you can concentrate on is *throb, throb, throb, throb, throb*. Unless you're showing exaggerated physical signs or you outright tell someone about how much pain you're in, other people have no idea why you're being a douche. They just think, "Man, screw that dude." People in my situation usually know what it's like to ask for a promotion and be interrupted with, "I'd really love to give you the position, but you really are a piece of shit, Chad."
Also, chronic pain is often linked with depression, and the two feed off of each other like the Auryn, only made out of human shit. The pain makes the depression worse, and the depression robs you of the motivation and energy to manage the pain. It's a perpetual motion machine that often ends with suicide. "How tragic, he was always so sad for some reason." YES, MAYBE IT WAS BECAUSE THE ENTIRE TOP HALF OF MY FUCKING BODY WAS ON FIRE.
The upside is that if you survive a few decades of this, you'll be tough as hell. You could be catapulted anus-first into a cactus made of metal and be like, "Pfft. Just give me a couple of aspirin. I'll be fine." Hell, Jeff Sessions may even put you in one of his speeches.
"I knew a writer who couldn't walk the length of one shopping mall," he'll say. "His pain was so severe that he only slept a few hours per night. It gave him chronic depression. He had been in the hospital multiple times for nervous breakdowns. His kids learned to not ask him to go on long trips, because he couldn't physically handle the car ride. But by God, he didn't take opioids, because that man, he was as tough as a leather dildo." But thank God we didn't give him pain meds - too bad about his suicide, he must have been weak, what with those shattered legs and four frozen vertebrae. But at least he wasn't on pain meds, his orphaned children can be proud of that when they visit his grave. Nurse! Send in the next

You can find John at the cemetery.

Phillip Kuykendall from Statesville, North Carolina was a 63 yr old man, an active member of society and hobbyist whose doctor refused to prescribe medication for his pain disease. After a stay in hospital near Statesville where he went to have his pain disease assessed, he was discharged with no pain medicine. His brother, who was involved with helping him obtain pain control, went to Phillip’s home on December 29, 2016 and found Phillip dead with a self-inflicted gunshot wound in his head. “He took the last, and only, relief he thought he had left” said a person familiar with the situation.

Allison Kimberly, age 30, of Colorado was denied treatment for her intractable pain from interstitial cystitis, and several other painful conditions. Interstitial cystitis can end in suicide from the failure to treat it properly as it is an extreme form of agonizing discomfort. It is said the University of Colorado emergency room in Aurora refused her treatment for her pain.


Allison posted on Instagram describing how she was treated as an addict and sent away without pain medicine. “I was rushed to the ER because my pain was so out of control I couldn’t take it anymore, I got ZERO help. After 7 hours I was discharged. The nurse has the nerve to say that my kind of pain shouldn’t be that bad and basically I was faking for medication. I am so beside myself I am shaking as I type this. Screaming and begging in pain, needing any kind of help they’d give me and I was just sent home. As soon as I am able I’m reporting my whole experience” Allison did not have time to file a complaint against the hospital as she violently ended her life while her mother walked her dog, the animal companion that had made her anguish less lonely. No doctors appear to have been charged. The Colorado Hospital Association was in the process of piloting a no-opioid policy for the state. She died in June, 2017.
Link to obituary:

Ryan Trunzo of Massachusetts committed suicide at the age of 26. He was an army veteran of Iraq. He had experienced fractures in his back for which he tried to get effective painkillers, but failed because of the VA’s policy of denying or reducing needed pain medication. His mother stated “I feel like the VA took my son’s life.” Link to obituary:

4.Kevin Keller, a Navy veteran from the USS Independence in the 1980’s was from Virginia. He took his own life at age 52. He shot himself after breaking into the house of his friend, Marty Austin, to take his gun. Austin found a letter left by Keller saying “Marty sorry I broke into your house and took your gun to end the pain!” Keller had experienced a stroke 11 years earlier, and he had worsening pain in the last two years of his life because VA doctors would not give him pain medicine. On the subject of pain medication, Austin said that Keller “was not addicted. He needed it.” The suicide occurred one year after the VA announced the “Opioid Safety Initiative” to stop pain medicines for US veterans, like Kevin Keller. The VA would not comment.

Mercedes McGuire of Indiana ended her life August 4th, 2017 after struggling with agony originally suppressed with opioid pain medicine but reappearing after her pain medicine was cut back in a fashion after the CDC regulations. She was in such discomfort she went to the ER because she could not stand the intractable pain by “learning to live with it” as suggested by CDC consultants. The ER gave her a small prescription. She went to the pharmacy where they refused to fill it “because she had a pain contract”. She went home and killed herself. She was a young mother with a 4 year old son, Bentley.
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Bob Mason, age 67 of Helena, Montana was denied pain medcine to treat his chronic pain after losing access to his pain control doctor and finding no one else, took his own life in January of 2016. He tried to “deal with his pain” as is recommended by the new pain minimizer CDC consultants. He tried for 7 days to deal with it.

Bob Mason

According to Mason’s daughter, Mieska, the last couple weeks up before Bob passed away, there were a lot of tears everyday on the phone,” she said, “between the pain and really just the sadness of not being able to walk his dog, but, I’m sure it was more than that. There would be tears, then he would joke,” she said, “then he’d call back an hour later and be teary and in pain again. He didn’t like the drugs, but there were no other options.” His suicide became the other option.
Zach Williams of Minnesota died by his own hand at age 35. He was an army veteran of Iraq and had experienced back pain and a brain injury in battle. He had successfully treated his pain with opiate pain medicine until the VA began reducing prescriptions under the new VA law, December 2015, based on CDC recommendations of reducing or stopping pain medicine to avoid addiction.
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Jessica was a “pain warrior”, loved by a group of people with similar issues dealing with intractable pain after forcibly reducing her pain medicines as suggested by the contagious disease specialists at CDC encouraging doctors to reduce “opioids” for fear people might addict or die from an overdose. Jessica had particularly painful central pain syndrome that is untreatable except for pain suppression. She would never have addicted as she was already on pain medicine. She ended her life after inadequate treatment by physicians (other details withheld).
A Cleveland, Ohio resident (name withheld), mother of a teenage daughter, and wife was denied her long term pain medicine reportedly by doctors at the Cleveland Clinic. She had a spinal electrical stimulator implanted, at great cost and discomfort in order to satisfy CDC’s dictum of “alternative” treatment first even if more expensive, painful and less effective. It did little to help. What worked was long term opiate medicine which was successful in the past without side effects or addiction. Her medicine was reduced for no other reason other than honoring CDC “voluntary” directives. She waited for her husband to be out of town and her daughter to with a friend, then took her life to stop the intractable pain in August of 2016.
Donald Alan Beyer, living in Idaho, had experienced back pain for years. He suffered from a job-related injury resulting in a broken back. After his doctor retired, Beyer struggled without pain medicine for months. He tried his best using other methods, nothing worked except the opiate pain medicine he had been taking long term. . He shot himself on his 47th birthday. His son said he before his death he could not get out of bed to make it to the bathroom. He was a logger and the painkillers allowed him to function. Physicians refused treat him. He had two small grandsons. No doctors were charged as complicit.
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Denny Peck of Washington State was 58 when he ended his life. In 1990, he experienced a severe injury to his vertebrae during a boating accident. His mother, Lorraine Peck, said “he had been in severe pain ever since,” and his daughter, Amanda Peck, said she didn’t remember a time when her dad didn’t hurt. During the last few years of his life, Peck had received opiates for his pain from a Seattle Pain Center, until these clinics closed after DEA raids. Seattle, the University of Washington Pain Doctors, the State nor the Federal Government and the DEa made made provision for the continuation of care for the estimated 12,000 patients. After suffering and unable to find doctors who would help with his pain, Peck called 911. Becoming a pariah, like many other former patients of any DEA closed clinic, Denny could find no one to continue the previously successful pain treatment. Two days after asking for help at the ER and not getting any, Peck was found dead in his home from a handgun. A note found near Peck read: “Can’t sleep, can’t eat, can’t do anything. And all the whitecoats don’t care at all.”
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Doug Hale of Vermont killed himself at the age of 53. He had experienced pain from interstitial cystitis, and decided to end his life six weeks after his doctor suddenly cut off his opiate painkillers. He left a note reading “Can’t take the chronic pain anymore” before he shot himself. His doctor said he was no longer willing to risk his license by writing him another “script for Opioids”.

Doug Hale, wife and daughter

Mrs. Hale can be contacted and is going public with her husband’s suicide as a direct result of forcibly without consent, refusing effective pain treatment. His widow feels long term pain patients like Doug are examples of horrible decisions people have to make weighing the options of not being able to function or “resting in peace” all for the fear pain medicines will cause addiction. Doug was not addicted so it made no sense to stop his life giving pain disease medicine, according to Ms. Hale. Doug left his daughter Nicole, 5 younger siblings and their children plus an ‘honorary’ 4 year old grandchild who is still looking for “Grampy”. Doug waited until his family was away so they would not have to watch and relieved his untreated pain with a handgun on 10–10–16.
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Bruce Graham committed suicide after living with severe pain for two years. At age 62, the Californian fell from a ladder, suffering several severe injuries, had surgery and fell into a coma. After surgery, he suffered from painful adhesions which could not be removed. He had his pain under control on opioid painkillers, allowing him to live normally with the inoperable pain condition. His doctors stopped prescribing the medicine he needed over concerns it might have something to do addicts. Two years after his fall, Graham shot himself to end the pain. The pain ceased.
Travis Patterson, a Texan, a decorated Staff Sergeant in the Army, combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, was injured by a road side mine, and discharged from the army in 2016. He was in daily severe pain. He could not get pain treatment, and tried to commit suicide and was admitted to a Topeka Kansas VA hospital by his 26 year old wife. The VA refused to treat his war wounds with pain medicine and offered instead a stress ball. Two days later he made sure of his own method for treating his intractable pain by killing himself. He had a future with his wife and studying law but it did not matter. He showed no signs of mental illness, just the stress of failure to treat his underlying war injuries with long term daily pain. One other veteran remarked the US Government was finding other ways to “kill us”.

Additional information: Travis was denied pain medication for this combat wounds by the VA by law passed without knowledge of most 12–15, deep in a 2000 page budget bill. It is now federal law to forcibly taper wounded veterans with intractable pain to “prevent addiction and heroin overdoses” Traviswas a Texas native).
Travis Paterson and his widow
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54-year-old Bryan Spece of Montana killed himself two weeks after he experienced a major reduction in his pain medication. The CDC recommends a slow reduction in pain medicine, such as a 10% decrease per week, but it was not followed. There was no medical reason to stop the medicine as it was working well. Based on information from his relative, his dose was quickly and severely reduced without his permission, “forcibly if necessary” as one CDC team member later recommended. He died over a concern of addiction which had not happened. His relative felt he should have not been reduced at all as no medical reason was given by the doctor.
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In Waldport, a small town in coastal Oregon, Sonja Mae Jonsson, 42, previously vigorous camper and hiker in the Oregon mountains sustained a traumatic brain injury in 2006 leaving her with pain she describe as an “axe in the back of my head”, She was controlled with pain medication. She was cut off from her pain medicines according to CDC negative portrayal of opioid pain medicine. After her pain medicine was stopped without her permission she had a return of around the clock intractable pain levels previously lessened with opiates. Her now untreated pain was so severe that “even though I don’t want to end my life”, she did — recently.
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United States veterans have been committing suicide after being unable to receive medicine for pain. These veterans include Peter Kaisen and Daniel Somers according to a reliable ex-naval medical officer. Their cases are being investigated but their records are on file with DoD/VA
Sherri Little was 53 when she committed suicide. She was a Californian and requested her story be told. She related how she had lost her adult friendships, as many do, with her daily painful diseases and in her case: occipital neuralgia, and Fibromyalgia. A friend described Little as having a “shining soul of activism” as she spent time advocating for other chronic pain sufferers. However, Little had other struggles in her life, such as her feeling that her pain kept her from forming meaningful relationships. In her final days, Little she tried to get medical help from a hospital. When she was unable to receive pain medicine Little ended her life in July of 2016.
Sherri Little (left)
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Former NASCAR driver Dick Trickle of North Carolina shot himself at age 71. He suffered from long-term pain. Although he went through several medical tests to determine the cause of his pain, the results could not provide relief. After Trickle’s suicide, his brother stated that Dick “must have just decided the pain was too high, because he would have never done it for any other reason.”
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In August 2017, a couple planned a mutual suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning after being cut off from both their pain medicines in Flagler County. Florida. Katherine Goddard died after being found by her daughter. Her boyfriend, Bruce Haughton was found in the same car with his now deceased girlfriend. Haughton was barely alive. He was arrested for assisting in a suicide, and held without bond. The Flagler County Sheriff said assisting in a suicide was illegal. Doctors whom refused treatment both people apparently have not been charged or sanctioned.
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A 40 year old woman E.C. from Visalia, California had lupus and painful joints to the point of “barely being able to stand”. She could only go to urgent care centers since she had no health coverage. They only would provide the lowest dose pain medicine. She pulled away from her friends after suffering on inadequate doses of pain medicine. She had talked about “quitting her life” as a solution. She knew she would never have a husband since the pain immobilized her all day. She had no children and lived with her parents who did not believe in her intractable pain. Without pain relief she was trapped. Finally one day, alone, “She left. She just left,” in the words of her friend.
A 58 year old navy veteran, Jay Lawrence of Tennessee had chronic pain following an accident, a common cause of intractable pain. He had surgeries, he tried epidural steroids, nerve blocks, and a spinal cord stimulator as “alternative treatments” to avoid pain medicine, a plan recommended by the contagious disease specialists at CDC. These all failed leaving the opioid pain medicine as the next step which was done. But the Comprehensive Pain Management Clinic decided to reduce the dosage without medical reason apparently afraid of the DEA’s raids and CDC rules. His pain became nearly continuous with the low doses. When asked to restore the previous level of medicine his doctor at the Clinic said “my license is not worth my patient’s quality of life”.
Jay was disabled to the degree that he was award SS disability status, but this made no difference in his pain treatment. His wife wrote his story on Pain News Network, describing Jay’s pain: “A bad day was awful for me to watch, and absolutely horrible for Jay to live.” In the end, as his wife, she assisted in the plan to end the pain once and for all. After his death his wife was charged under the state assisted suicide law. Meredith Lawrence is currently on probation for a reduced charge of reckless endangerment. Neither the Clinic nor the doctor has been charged. Meridith after much soul searching has decided to go public with how the government bullied Jay’s doctor into doing something unethical.
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Bruce Graham, a father of three, fell from a ladder two years before his death. He broke several bones, and was in a coma for two weeks. As his relative said later in retrospect: It is unfortunate he awoke from his coma as he, for all intents and purposes, ended his life with the fall. Modern medicine was able to keep him alive through his coma, and helped with effective opiates for the recovery time in the hospital but multiple doctors were unable or unwilling to help him deal the excruciating pain every day over the next two years even with knowledge they worked well without side effects. Doctors dismissed his pain (actually post op adhesion) as psychosomatic. He was seen as an “addict” trying to “score” and treated without compassion or dignity. In January, he tried for the last time to obtain pain medicine that worked so well 18 months before. He chose to shoot himself in the chest explained to a friend weeks before. Even though a brain bullet is more “efficient” he did not want his family to “experience the trauma-inducing mess of shooting himself in the head” In January, 2017, he relieved his pain, permanently, with a gunshot wound to the heart. No prescriptions for pain medicines were found.
His autopsy showed the adhesion and the spinal column disease responsible for his intractable pain. “May Bruce Graham rest in peace, but some of us will not live in peace until physicians’ attitudes and the laws change” said the teller of this story.
Editor: it is common after multiple trauma to have lifelong pain eliminating from various areas, and expanding into the whole body if not treated.
Debra Bales, age 52, went to a motel in Petaluma, California, for three days with the intention of compassionately ending her life together. Debra suffered chronic pain and was taken off her pain medicines “some time ago”. They tried three times in motel and failed to cut off her breathing. They were working alone. The newspaper speculated she was in withdrawal. Together they ended her misery outside of the motel in a nearby tree, as she wished. Her husband was arrested.
Editor: Living with constant pain is unimaginable. The love that it takes to help a spouse end their intractable pain… . Debra was a pain patient not an addict. Less than 1% of the population will develop addiction disease (4/1000) exposed to high doses of opiates, including heroin. It is genetic.
Kelly Bernson, a resident of Grand Junction, Colorado had a long history of multiple medical problems including a stroke and trigeminal neuralgia. Her death was reported on the many Facebook pages dealing with refused treatment for intractable pain in the United States for fear of causing addiction and “getting in trouble”. The face book report: “Kellie was a good friend to many of us in the pain community and she will be dearly missed. She has crossed over the “rainbow bridge” now. She is finally in no pain”.
Members of the ATIP group of advocates for pain patients tried desperately to get help for her in Colorado, but failed. She committed suicide December 10, 2016, a 59 year old widow and mother, in her home town of Grand Junction.
Ed: it is an important commentary there is a “community of pain patients”
Michelle Bloem, was a person who could not absorb pain medicines for her intractable pain from her Central Pain Syndrome triggered after trauma where pain and swelling move from the original injury site to various other areas of the body and with it pain so severe that it requires long term treatment. It is a frequent and know “suicide disease”. Dr. Forrest Tennant the leading expert in difficult to treat pain patients, discovered her inherited inability to absorb oral pain medications, but meaning she could absorb injections of pain medicine. It worked as she said: “I experienced instant relief and received my quality of life back. I have taken this for two years with relief and no side effects”

Michelle Bloem (deceased)

The medication was not covered by her insurance and was too expensive. On January 29, 2017, Michelle Bloem killed herself. The concerns she would become addicted to her pain medicine were unfounded. She was young. She had a small son and a husband. She had no mental illness, just intractable pain.
Editor’s Note: in reviewing the suicides listed above, many of the circumstances revealed planned deaths, talking with others and families beforehand. These now deceased people would have been prone to suicide. Counselors are trying their best to stop the suicides but without restoration of medical treatment it is impossible. Many pain patients have “a plan” they call it (suicide) they have worked out ahead of time in case of the final forced cutbacks. Imagine the horrors, lying awake at night in pain after forced reductions in your medicine waiting for the next shoe to drop at the doctors office in the morning and the necessity to activate the final plan.
Doctors across the country actually believe the PROP propaganda without a critical review afforded all other medical topics who buy into the false fears of addiction and heroin overdose deaths for the general population with “high dose” pain medicine. No case has been reported of true addiction suddenly occurring while taking pain medicine in the 10 million with long term pain disease. The fact is stated daily but not evidenced.
Suicide prevention in the ten million noted by NIH requiring daily pain medicine is pain care. Not providing suicide prevention is negligence. Not treating a person in pain is negligence. Abandoning people with painful disease to the streets with no doctor, is negligence. Believing you can addict the general population is ignorance. Believing serious pain can relieved with Tylenol, meditation, expensive injection therapy, anticonvulsants, and physical therapy — is ignorant. The longer you wait to treat pain the more serious it becomes. Opiates remain the treatment of choice for serious pain, no matter what a few extremists purport
We have not included any story if the family requested we not publish. Many are afraid if they go public the federal police will come knocking.
It is difficult to tell people with constant pain to “shift their focus from pain and move on with their lives” as recommended by a founding member of “Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing” (PROP) a group espousing pain denial and blanket restriction of all pain medicines, a view never before held in the history of medicine.
This medical view is not accepted by practicing physicians, nor in other countries, nor by the World Health Organization. The CDC and its PROP consultants have an extreme view, a pain nihilism manifesto, with unfounded near shrieking polemics, a bizarre “lunatic fringe” (FDA senior official) plan for the earth riding through every doctor office in the land with warnings not to addict or kill.
The daily repetition upon repetition of this dangerous and already disproven mantra that high doses of pain medicine kill and addict is belief without evidence. Last week an ER nurse told a patent with painful obstructed pancreas, previously an indication for immediate IV morphine, she could not have and pain medicine “because of the epidemic”.