The Word From the Trenches – May 27, 2020

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10 thoughts on “The Word From the Trenches – May 27, 2020

  1. Thanks, JD. Very helpful info, and I certainly agree – we can’t trust them at all!! You know, it’s a specially tricky situation, say if one is selling a home and it’s one’s life investment. Seller pressed with finding a quick way to secure that investment, especially if he/she isn’t buying another house. Vulnerable!! I can’t wait for a time where we won’t be impeded by so many cheats and swindlers.

    And thank you too, Henry, for the reminder that we must protect what we have. When you mentioned about hungry people at our door… this movie (which isn’t exactly our situation today, but not that far from it either) came to mind. Hope it still holds up. Will have to re-watch it myself since it’s been a decade since I viewed it. Sorry I couldn’t fine a version without closed captions. Anyhow, not for the faint-of-heart:

    “A man and his young son struggle to survive after a global cataclysm has caused an extinction event. They scavenge for supplies and avoid roaming gangs as they travel on a road to the coast in the hope that it will be warmer.”

    The Road, 2009:


      1. Thanks, Angel. And you even did some wizardry to get rid of the captions!! I’m gonna watch it tonight.



    1. John needs to educate himself on cryptocurrencies if he is going to comment on them. They are a thousand times better than that faggot Jew fiat money they currently make us use.

      1. Eric, cryptocurrency began with no tangible wealth to back it. When people start putting anything of value into cryptocurrency, it is immediately sucked into the empty void where the invisible currency was created.
        John can answer for himself, but personally I can’t believe we are stupid enough to accept anything other than the debt free minted gold and silver that we were guaranteed at the beginning of this country. But to settle for f-king digits typed into a computer is idiotic in my opinion. It is unstable for certain, and let’s face it, if it wasn’t a jew apparatus for stealing more wealth, it wouldn’t f-king be here.

      2. Hi Eric,

        Crypto-currencies are NOT Money, they are NOT currencies.

        They are nothing more than mathematical algorithms with a finite number of solutions sets and a decentralized accounting method which they call a wallet.

        If you are dumb enough to believe this is some how money or currency, then please place ALL your money in it,… NOW! How can you go wrong?

        Everyone Else, crypto-currencies are the new form of gambling on something that has no tangible value of any kind. If you put any currency into it, it is an exercise in gambling and little more.

        Now Eric, please feel free to crawl back under your rock.


  2. JD

    you brought up a good point about assets around the world such as hundreds of tons of oil, lumber, and other assets supporting the fiat bullshit dollar, one other biggy are the UNSOLD CARS being used to support, also unsold commercial property, such as Chinas ghost cities.

    All this unsold shit we see everyday is a fiat cluster fk.

    JD – I met a girl the other day, took her to a cowboy bar, we had a couple drinks, she rode the mechanical bull, by the end of the night, she gave it her phone number… 🙂

    1. Hi Mark,

      Hahahaha,… sorry to hear that bro,…. seems like your always the Bulls-maid, but never the Bull the girl rides!

      Anyway,… yeah,… people forget there are real assets all over the planet tied by contract to the US Zollar (Zionist-Dollar, aka: Federal Reserve Note), but in realty, even if all that real stuff is worth hundreds of Billions, that still small compared to the fictional value it’s used to support like Derivatives, Stock Options, Bonds, and all the other paper assets that actually represent nothing than contractual obligations.

      The real global assets, coupled with fictional assets and global use (especially the global use), is much of the reason it has not collapsed into hyper-inflation yet, but with this new phase of Ad-Infinitum Currency printing, I don’t imagine it will retain it’s current level of purchasing power much longer (a year? 2 years? 3 years more?,… maybe?…). The whole system is such a contrivance of utter fraud, I’m not able to create a mathematical model that shows any consistency with the observed conditions and might predict when this might implode altogether, so anyone’s guess is fair game on this subject. (When I was the VP Of Engineering for Space Energy AG, I use to create complex models of power systems and conversions within the power systems to determine revenue flows, but that was all based on real systems, NOT fraud which follow no logical rules of systemic behavior!)

      JD – US Marine Scratching His Head As To When This Monetary System Will DIE!

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