Skip to comments.Gerald Celente: Food Riots, Tax Rebellions By 2012
Posted on 11/14/2008 10:07:38 AM PST by Dr. Marten
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How do you use it?
I'll buy two. One for the pantry and one for the arsenal. :-)
Along with that comes distrust of people in general. Engage when possible, do not engage when not possible. I was active duty. Violence will bubble up from the untrained. Tensions are high, so be aware.
Hey diamond, Tax Relief seems to know.
Federal Dollars are Federal Dollars. The fact that you might like military spending does not change the fact that certain States get more from the Feds than they put in, and those States tend to be "red." (though, it's more of a function of poverty levels, rather than ideology- the poorest States tend to get the most in Federal social spending transfer payments, and the poorests States also tend to be red).
It was wildly successful. We now have a POTUS that is living proof that skin color trumps skill/ability every time.
J.J., Al and Louie are out of a job. Blacks have achieved compete equality. Everyone IS equal. No need for the government to stack the deck any longer.
Do you add two drops of non-scented bleach to your stored water?
Do you rinse the containers with a one teaspoon non-scented bleach/one quart water solution before adding water?
yep. Small town, surrounded by woods, lake two blocks away, river up the road, room for a garden (although a green thumb I am not, but will do in a pinch). But it wouldn’t hurt to have can goods stored away. Life is interesting isn’t it.
For sheer calories, it can be stored hermetically sealed with no oxygen.
How do you hermetically seal, and what do you seal it in?
“Federal Dollars are Federal Dollars. The fact that you might like military spending does not change the fact that certain States get more from the Feds than they put in, and those States tend to be “red.”
That’s total BS. Every State benefits from a national defense and just because some States are better for it doesn’t mean they are welfare States. Nice try, but anyone with common sense knows it to be illogical BS. Liberals also like to say States like Texas are greedy because they get more highway monies per capita than any other State, except they lack the common sense to understand what a large State Texas is.
Use it as a layer in wraps and sandwiches, as a sushi wrap, or add it to food you love.
For a complete listing of who gets what...
i’ll just go live with Sarah in Alaska....she can govern me all she wants...we’ll hunt moose....and caribou....moose stew....salmon....alaskan king crab....yummy
Why would it need to be? This is a per capita measure. For every tax Dollar Mississippi pays into DC, it gets over 2 Dollars back. The actual total numbers involved are irrelevant. New Jersey is subsidizing expenditures in Mississippi, including expenditures for Federally-funded social services.
Check the average income from states.
It's one of the driving factors here- the poorer States tend to be "red," and they need more social services. They can't pay for them on their own, so they need other States to provide a subsidy.
People in MS are not allowed to make much money and hence dont pay much.
They're not? I wasn't aware that there was some law limiting incomes in Mississippi.
Why is CA asking for billions in bailout?
Because California's government sucks? I wonder how much of a difference that bailout, if it does happen, will make to the chart, seeing as California currently only gets 80 cents on the Dollar back in Federal tax money.
Texas is one of those states that is wash — they send a buck to DC and get a buck back, or close to it.
If our economy were to really collapse, a stockpile of gold is not something I’d really want to have in my house.
I think you would, and here’s why:
Let’s say you have your “stockpile”.
Let’s say that I, somehow, get my hands on 500 gallons of gas, and a couple people, including you, hear about it.
If you and the others show up at my door and you have coins and others have dollars, guess who gets some gas?
But that particular day, I might have a cold, what if someone shows up with a jar of Nyquil?
Or I might be low on smokes. Anybody got a carton?
In an environment when commodities become scarce, trading commodities for “dollars” doesn’t make any sense. The only thing that makes sense is trading commodities for commodities. Dollars are only a sort of promise or possibility that you MIGHT - underline MIGHT - be able to sometime, in the future, get commodities.
But if commodities are scarce and there is a possibility that your dollars might not “buy” anything tomorrow, then a currency based economy goes out the window.
Canned veggies are great because they also come with water which you can drink if water supply is low.
It's called "gold bullion"... :)
I live in Seattle. I’m not trying to minimize it, but water is not as much of a problem here.
And I have alot of iodine stashed.