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The value of "expert" advice


Last Edited: March 20, 2008, 7:14 am

I observed the value of the advice of pundits, "experts", and gov't off(ici)als many years ago ....

Here is a current example of such advice. Now you know why they run those disclaimers at the beginning of these types of shows... because they are for entertainment purposes only. Don Harrold gives a more detailed take on how JPMorgan got that sweet deal, while Bear Stearns' shareholders got ... um ... shafted. Perhaps when enough people live in places like this, it will be realized that us "tin-foil hats" who warned about things like this knew what we were talking about... then again, it's more likely some ethnic group will be made the target of misplaced anger. Let's not forget the sick and elderly, who will become "burdens" in the "new economy" ...

propaganda poster This says (roughly): 60,000 Reichsmark is what this person with genetic defects costs the community during his lifetime. Fellow German, that's your money too …"

Now, excuse me, I have to go look for a quote by that America-hating kook Thomas Jefferson; some nonsense about central banks, standing armies, inflation, and waking up homeless.

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