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Edited by Alfred Adask
Friday, December 4, AD 2015
Between Friday, November 27AD 2015 and 
Friday, December 4, AD 2015, the bid prices for:
Gold fell 1.1 % from $1,086.30 to $1,074.20
Silver fell 4.5 % from $14.55 to $13.89
Platinum fell 1.0 % from $877 to $838
Palladium fell 4.4 % from $564 to $539
Crude Oil fell 12.1 % from $40.14 to $35.28
US Dollar Index fell0.7 % from 98.25 to 97.57
DJIA fell 3.3 % from 17,847.63 to 17,265.21
NASDAQ fell 4.1 % from 5,142.27 to 4,933.47
NYSE fell 8.4 % from 10,408.90 to 9,976.65


"Only buy something that you'd be perfectly happy to hold
if the market shut down for 10 years." --Warren Buffett 

"If the markets shut down for 10 years, what investment would you dare to hold-- 
other than gold"? --Alfred Adask

Debt-based Currency Necessitates Open Immigration?

by Alfred Adask
Someone writing under the pseudonym "dog-move" posted the following comment on my blog (
"Richard Kelly Hoskins stated in his book War Cycles Peace Cycles that open immigration has always been a practical economic necessity in a debt-based usury system.  That the immigrant became more valuable than the indigenous population of a nation because the immigrant was better able to borrow needed money/debt into existence.  I have not heard anything on this particular reason in any current report of the escalation of mass immigration happening now, worldwide."
Mr. Hoskins hypothesis is also previously unknown to me.  Nevertheless, his argument sounds fascinating.
"Dog-move's" brief description implies that once a nation embraces a debt-based monetary system, that nation will be mathematically compelled to bring in more immigrants to support the debt-based monetary system. Left unchecked, that influx of immigrants may destroy the nation.  Apparently, the people in power think that national destruction is a small price to pay-or is perhaps even a desirable outcome.
So, assuming Mr. Hoskins' hypothesis is correct, I'm left to wonder whether our leaders subjected us to a debt-based monetary system because:
1) they were bankrupt and desperate;
2) they were greedy and stupid; or,
3) they've intended for decades to destroy America?
If Richard Kelly Hoskins' contention that debt-based monetary system demands more immigrants is correct, that could explain why our past several presidents have not only refused to stop illegal aliens from entering this country, but also encouraged those illegals to enter. 
If Mr. Hoskins' contention is correct, then it follows that the use of gold or silver asset-based monetary system is not merely necessary for economic reasons-it's necessary to preserve the nation.
If so, demanding a gold and/or silver based monetary system is an act of patriotism and national preservation.  Gold isn't merely about buying a new Cadillac; it's also about Liberty and national survival.
*  Suppose Mr. Hoskins is correct in contending that a debt-based monetary system compels the need for immigrants.   Suppose his book contains sufficient research and evidence to prove his contention.  Suppose that evidence can be accumulated to prove that rampant immigration will lead to the ultimate destruction of The United States of America.   
If so, there'd be sufficient basis to charge any member of government or the Federal Reserve that helped sustain the fiat, debt-based dollar-and/or officers or employees of Wall Street banks that helped artificially suppress the prices of gold and silver to support the apparent value of the debt-based dollar-with treason.
If Richard Kelly Hoskins is right, our debt-based monetary system is helping to destroy this nation.    That which helps destroy our nation is treasonous.
*  In fact, for the past 44 years, since we adopted a pure fiat currency, America has been playing the same game that Greece has been playing for the past six years.  Unable to pay its debts and unwilling to file for bankruptcy, Greece has suffered six years of "austerity" that have nearly destroyed the Greek nation.
The U.S. government has been technically bankrupt since it stopped redeeming its foreign-held dollars with gold in A.D. 1971.  Like Greece, we couldn't pay our bills and we didn't want to declare bankruptcy.  We wanted to have our cake and eat it, too. 
Result?  Our economy has been stagnant for most of 40 years.  Our average standard of living hasn't increased since the 1970s.  And, sooner or later, we're going to face a national, political and economic catastrophe that could cause national destruction. 
And why?  Because We the People have been dumb enough to accept the unconstitutional, debt-based monetary system that's been imposed upon us by our treasonous Democrat and Republican leaders.
So long as we remain more afraid of national bankruptcy than national destruction, we guarantee that national destruction is our national destiny.
*  All of this implies that if we want to preserve The United States of America, the first order of business is to compel the U.S. government to file for bankruptcy, invalidate all of the U.S. government's debt and start fresh with no debt and with an asset-based monetary system.   That course of action would result in so much economic pain for several years that trying to gain sufficient political support to make it happen is virtually impossible.
But on the bright side, the recent economic pain for Iceland ended just two years after Iceland filed for bankruptcy.  Similarly, the economic pain that haunted the City of Detroit for at least a decade, ended or at least diminished dramatically just one year after Detroit filed for bankruptcy
There's no guarantee, but there's a high probability that if the U.S. government filed for bankruptcy, repudiated virtually all of its debts, and started up again debt-free (and with an asset-based monetary system), that we might suffer through two to five bad years, but then begin to regain our prosperity. 
Our National Debt is too big to be repaid. 
Why try to maintain the illusion that we will, somehow, someway, someday, repay the National Debt.
Our attempts (or at least promises) to do the impossible (pay the National Debt) are lies that can't be true.  I believe those lies, and all the economic and financial gyrations that are required to support those lies, are killing this country.
Why waste time, energy and wealth trying to achieve the impossible?
Practical reality suggests that we shall probably continue to hope that, somehow, we will escape our debt predicament without any of the pain of bankruptcy.  We shall probably persist with our debt-based monetary system in order to avoid the pain of bankruptcy
But, if we continue on the present course designed to avoid the temporary pain of filing for national bankruptcy , we will risk exposing ourselves to the more permanent pain national destruction.
Bankruptcy.  It's not a perfect solution.  It's not a good solution.  It's guaranteed to be a temporarily painful solution. 
But national bankruptcy is infinitely better than the alternative:  national disintegration. 
by Herbalist Wendy Wilson
I came across an article by Consumer Reports that spoke about the risks associated with someone entering the hospital as a patient. The article did not include the risks healthcare professionals also take now with the vaccine agenda making flu shots mandatory for pay compensation. The article did mention the maze of regulations patients, friends and family members have to observe while in a hospital environment.  It was referred to as, "being thrust into a foreign country." Today, many people care less about things including if you understand their rules and procedures. This does not help patients to heal if they believe the staff is there only to punch the time clock. There are however, the few who are professional caregivers and do their best while also maneuvering around the complexity of hospital regulations and federal laws. So, let's see if we have to update on our risks with regards to a hospital stay.
According to Consumer Reports, one of the biggest threats to hospital patients isn't their disease or hospital-acquired disease (which infects 722,000 annually per CDC) but is prescribed drugs and prescription errors. Other risks are hospital-acquired infections, surgical mistakes, drug side effects and human errors. Reports indicate that these risks affect 1 in 4 hospital patients. An elderly hospital patient is at a much higher risk according to Consumer Reports.  If you are over 65 you are at a higher risk of dying while at the hospital with reports citing 180,000 hospital deaths annually.
According to the Archives of Internal Medicine, a 2010 to 2011 study found that approximately 50,000 reported hospital deaths are due to a disease the patients acquired during their stay. This number is significantly lower than the report published by the US Center for Disease Control Prevention citing 75,000 deaths. According to Dr. Louise Chang, hospital acquired- disease kills three times more Americans each year then HIV. What is shocking is that modern medicine has estimates and not the real numbers, which are thought to be much higher. Doctors and scientists analyzed hospital data between 1998 and 2006 involving over 69 million Americans admitted to hospitals in the US. They discovered that most of the hospital-acquired infections came from dirty hospital equipment such as catheters and ventilators. They also found the disease from these sources were a span of common bacterial pathogens like pneumonia and also new drug-resistant bacteria pathogens such as MRSA. According to John Hopkins researcher Dr. Peter Pronovost, with strict hygiene procedure with safety checklists from all hospital employees their test showed that hospital-induced infections can drop to zero. 
"We're only beginning to get a handle on the size of the problem."
Ramanan Laxminarayan, PhD
"These deaths are invisible. The public doesn't know. They are happening one at a time, silently, and patients think they are inevitable. But we know from our large patient studies this is not the case." Peter J. Pronovost, MD, Adult Critical Care Unit John Hopkins
The types of silent killer infections patients pick up at their hospital are; blood infections, respiratory infections and skin infections. Dr. Pronovost's study showed that hospitals are not doing enough to keep patients healthy and safe. He suggests that people should investigate the hospital's infections rating. He said if the hospital does not keep track to offer a rating or if the rating is over 1 in 1,000 to go somewhere else. He feels that patients should expect their hospital offer minimal risk, if any, because the diseases patients acquire there are preventable. The CDC states 1 in 25 patients will get a hospital-acquired infection. Dr. Pronovost also recommends that patients and family members question everything until they receive an adequate and truthful answer.
"A healthcare system that doesn't address your concerns is a risky one."
Peter J. Pronovost, MD, Adult Critical Care Unit John Hopkins researcher
If you do require going to the hospital there is a strategy that you can actively take to lessen your risk.
  • Get the hospital's safety ratings including their infection rate.
  • Check your hospital's ratings against nationwide hospitals (3,000 major hospitals) to see how hit stacks up.
  • Before hospital admission understand your healthcare policy and what is covered and what is not. Pay close attention to any federal law requirements that will impact your insurance. Be aware of the rules doctors must follow in order for your stay to fall within your insurance guidelines because doctors don't usually pay attention to those details and it could cost you a lot of out-of-pocket money. For example, "under observation" is not an actual admission and the patient pays for the stay.
  • Check the hospital rating online and on blogs where patients offer feedback. These days people are free to give their opinion on everything from a restaurant to resorts, so why not hospitals. See if there are posts regarding the bedside manner of hospital staff and how well the staff communicates with each other and patients. Was the hospital clean or was it too noisy.
  • If there is time before the hospital admission, have a meeting with your doctor and write down what is discussed such as the treatment plan(s) your doctor may order. Get the list of drugs that may be given. Find out what tests plan to be used and how long the stay will be. Also, ask what could go wrong as most procedures and tests have foreseen circumstances most hospitals or doctors don't volunteer this information unless you ask about it.  It is a good idea to conclude your fact-finding session with a direct question to your doctor which is, "Is there anything else I need to know about my treatments or hospital stay?" It may also be prudent to bring a voice-activated tape recorder.
  • Check to see if the drugs that will be used have any conflict with each other or any over-the-counter medicine or supplements you may take. You'd be surprised how doctors and pharmacists don't check this. Get generic names of all the drugs as well. This could significantly reduce the drug adverse events. Check for drug duplicates.
  • Try to avoid being admitted during weekends or holidays as there is fewer staff on hand. Research suggests that patients received "reduced postoperative care" during weekends.
  • Depending on your procedure and age, check to see if there is an increased risk for stroke or heart attack and discuss that with your doctor. Some procedures (such as knee replacement) offer a higher risk of getting blood clots. This information will help to determine your risk assessment while in the hospital and for the next decade.
  • Hospitals tend to charge what they want for services, especially private hospitals. Check to make sure the costs of treatment is within the usual customary fees charged by healthcare providers. If your hospital charges $10,000 more for a procedure the insurance company may not cover what they consider to be "excessive costs." 
  • Arrange for transportation and someone to assist you at home after being discharged.
  • Most people don't even consider preparing a living will or trust before entering the hospital. A living trust will alleviate the probate court involvement. Having documents listing your healthcare proxy should be prepared and executed before admission. In the event you are incapacitation or have complications such as a coma, the proxy can step-in on your behalf and make medical decisions. This will make sure you won't receive any unnecessary treatments or prolonged care you don't want.
  • Plan ahead and donate your own blood for your procedure. This reduces the risk of blood-borne diseases via transfusions. You may also wish to be screened for infectious disease such as MRSA, pneumonia, staph or other pathogens resistant to antibiotics. This will help the hospital staff plan and will also prove without a doubt if your infection was pre-hospital stay or not.
  • When packing for your stay, bring personal items for comfort but do not bring any valuables.
  • Check your paperwork once you've been admitted. If you do not want extraordinary measures if you should experience cardiac arrest, this should to be on your patient chart and on your wrist band. Check for any misspellings on your admission documents.
  • Have the surgeon sign his initials on the surgery site prior to going into surgery. This helps to avoid surgical mistakes in the OR.
  • Be alert for any unnecessary tests or consults ordered by medical staff. Sometimes these extra fees can sneak into the treatment. Dr. Andrew Saul, author of Hospitals and Health, states that surgery is a very "over used" option and patients should research their alternatives.
  • Watch the pain relief protocol. Pain medications can be addictive and too much can slow recovery. Too little can prolong your stay with uncontrolled pain. This is a situation where too little and too much pain medication can extend a hospital stay.
  • Ambulate as soon as you can to increase circulation and reduce the risk of blood clots. It also helps to prevent bedsores and risk of contracting pneumonia.
If you've wondered what your odds are of successfully coming home from the hospital there is plenty of data to help you figure that out. According to statistical analysis, 15% more patients admitted to the hospital die on the weekends because they tend to be chronically ill or critically injured and there are fewer services due to lighter staffing. This does this make sense that the days of the week we are most likely to be in a serious car accident are on the weekend when there are fewer hospital staff working. How do hospital administrators not know this?
"Clearly, the later hours of the weekend prove to be the deadliest. Late afternoon to evening tend to be the riskiest times for driving during the week." National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
The lesson to be learned is to be as proactive as you can to avoid a hospital stay and if you must enter the hospital, do your homework and prepare to protect yourself. Hospitals are quite aggressive when it comes to payment. Do everything you can to protect your health and assets especially if there is a denial of your claims from your insurance company. Health insurance companies are skillful in the art of tying up paying on claims and hospitals make it clear that, regardless of your insurance, they will be pain within a limited timeframe. Many patients have lost their cars, homes and bank accounts due to unpaid hospital bills. If you lose everything, how will you fight the insurance company? Get everything in writing with a date stamp from your insurance company prior to admission.
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