MDT: Time To Breathe When You Are Choking

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Using well the gift of time.

There are 95 million Americans out of work.

The acknowledged US government debt is nearly 20 trillion dollars (against a 3Q16 GDP of $18.657T), and is but a fraction of the unfunded liabilities of the USG, estimated in 2014 at more than $100T.

There is a wounded but still functioning media-industrial-government complex that is still working at its goal of destroying all traditional American institutions and values via ‘the narrative‘.

And there is the ever-present threat of ignorance, indoctrination, and indolence amongst the American people.

The war is not won.

It has not even begun in earnest.

Enjoy the holidays.

Appreciate the gift of time that Election Day brought.

But know that there remains work to be done.

And that the stakes are life or death.

12 responses to “MDT: Time To Breathe When You Are Choking

  1. nothing like choking on a gummy bear – except maybe a cheez-it…

    happened to me(while alone) so I walked outside and did the same thing on my trucks bumper. remain calm and work through it. some people do better than others under pressure.

    doesn’t change the fact that 100-200 million useless fucks need to go…

  2. …..And not only destruction threatens OUR generation, ………but for generations to come, should the left get their way. I have grandchildren, without a clue. Imagine their children, of which many are already born, and what chance they will ever have of learning what the truth is, unfiltered by leftist govts……….There is much more at stake than a little comfort, a little peace. My own children, they’re about half and half.

  3. That unfunded liabilities thing seems to vary greatly depending on whom is doing the estimating.
    Prof. Lawrence Kotlikoff has estimated it’s something more like $200 trillion dollars:
    http://www.garynorth.com/public/11856.cfm

    Fed is printing 29 cents of every dollar the Federal Govt. spends:

  4. I intentionally went low.

    Point is – it ain’t good.

  5. that’s what stinks most about this. although it looks like the current generation may get a stay of execution or even pardoned with something of a return to at least being competitive, future generation are still screwed or you know they knew it but kept going. in the 1980s or 1990s they had enough data from all the crap started in the 1960s by govt that at some point the country would not be the same anymore and would be finically unsustainable; but the foot has stayed on the gas most of the time.
    if I was a teenager today who figured this out, I’d be talking annual trips to crap on ted kennedys grave.

  6. It definitely makes the term “Situational Awareness” more relevant to EVERYTHING! The new term for them is “Mini Morsels of Death”

  7. Given that the real ones at least are imported, I would suggest “Morsels of Mortality”.

    🙂

  8. aka ‘charms’..usually thoughtfully packed with MRE’s (although ‘cap’n chicken and other culinary ‘delights’ are more than enough to do one in..if the joy of after a couple of months of MRE’s finding oneself having to give birth to a 10lb.+ turd isn’t enough to make one shudder in total horror….).

    Yours In Liberty!
    NorthGunner III

  9. You quickly realize you only have seconds to react before you pass out and possibly expire. Just another in a long series of near death episodes.

    100-200 million… 🙂

  10. That requires stall mounted stirrups and knowledge of Lamaze breathing techniques LOL

  11. The top 25 U.S. banks with the largest derivatives holdings (estimate based on OCC Q3-2003 report and updated from news releases since 10/03). Remember, $1 Billion U.S. Dollars = $1,000,000,000. 

    RANK – BANK NAME – DERIVATIVES (in $US BILLIONS) 

    1 – JPMORGAN CHASE BANK – 33,700 ($33 Trillion, 700 Billion) 

    2 – BANK OF AMERICA – 13,800 

    3 – CITIGROUP – 11,000 

    4 – WACHOVIA CORPORATION – 2,457 

    5 – BANK ONE CORPORATION – 1,133 

    6 – HSBC – 1,043 

    7 – WELLS FARGO BANK NA – 911 ($911 Billion) 

    8 – FLEET BOSTON – 494 

    9 – BANK OF NEW YORK – 496 

    10 – COUNTRY WIDE FINANCIAL – 410 

    11 – STATE STREET – 320 

    12 – TAUNUS – 307 

    13 – NATIONAL CITY – 203 

    14 – ABN AMRO – 188 

    15 – MELLON – 153 

    16 – KEYCORP – 98 ($98 Billion) 

    17 – SUNTRUST – 82 

    18 – FIRST TENNESSEE BANK NA – 58 

    19 – U S BAN CORP – 54 

    20 – PNC BANK NATIONAL ASSN – 45 

    21 – DORAL – 31 

    22 – NORTHERN TRUST – 25 

    23 – CIBC DELAWARE – 25 

    24 – METLIFE – 22 

    25 – UTRECHT-AMERICA – 20
    ————————————————————–
    Okay?

    “Seek ye His Kingdom and His Righteousness”

  12. In the Porretto thread I provided a link to the Christian arguments against usury (any profit on a simple loan of money): http://judaism.is/usury.html Instead of addressing the actual Christian arguments, you cut and pasted from Gary North a “rebuttal” that expectedly ignored the actual Biblical arguments against usury, the expansion of the Old Testament usury proscription in light of the “second great commandment” and the authority given to Peter and his successors. Clearly Gary North’s greatest commandments are not the same as Christ’s.

    (1) Jesus gave the keys to “bind and loose whatsoever” to Peter and His successors. Matthew 16:18-19, detailed argument here: http://judaism.is/private-interpretation.html

    (2) The New Covenant replaced the Mosaic Covenant. Hebrews 7:18, Hebrews 10:9, Colossians 2:14, Ephesians 2:15, Jeremias 31:31-32, Malachias 2:8-12, Hebrews 8:5-13, Mark 7:7-9, detailed argument here: http://judaism.is/covenants.html

    (3) Though Jesus did not use the word “usury,” Jesus’ admonitions in Luke 6:32-36 condemn the practice of usury, so the Church incorporated and expanded the Old Testament Laws against usury (Exodus 22:25, Leviticus 25:35-40, Deuteronomy 23:19-20, Psalm 14:1-5, Ezekiel 18:8-13, metal.) into the New Covenant.

    (4) The “two greatest commandments” (Matthew 22:36-40) Jesus Christ’s “love of neighbor,” prompted the Church to extend the protections against usury to even enemies and rich men no matter how small the “bite.” The proscriptions against usury, like the Ten Commandments, are binding today because the Church incorporated them into the New Law, not simply because they were a part of the dead letter of Mosaic Law.

    To reiterate, Jesus condemned the practice of usury and the Church, using the authority given by Jesus, continued to damn any profit on a loan of money. One key difference from the Old Testament: Jesus expanded the definition of “neighbor” to include even one’s enemies and rich people. Detailed listing of Christendom’s proscriptions against usury here (see the footnotes): http://judaism.is/usury.html