174 thoughts on “Fiat Monetary Policy: Complex problems need simple solutions.

  1. This sort of experience WOULD BE THE NORM had the oligarchy/elite Jew pig NEXUS, had not destroyed hydrogen dirigibles back in the 30’s. We would be all subject to this luxuriant treatment. Or something fairly close to it.


  2. There is no use shorting google. Its not a competitive business. Its an oligarchical-Jewish cess-pool. It should be registered as a foreign agent and then taken over, no Jew need ever apply for a job their again. They are presuming to censor youtube as just one of their many crimes against humanity. Essentially they are run by Netanyahu or whoever you think is the head fascist.


  3. We want to look at the ethnicity of the people who are opposing him. See if we can detect an ethnic interest here. There is no use shorting google. Its not a competitive business. Its an oligarchical-Jewish cess-pool. It should be registered as a foreign agent and then taken over, no Jew need ever apply for a job there again. They are presuming to censor youtube as just one of their many crimes against humanity. Essentially they are run by Netanyahu or whoever you think is the head fascist.

    Imagine the reception if Google was run by Chinese? All the top guys were Chinese? Would that be suspicious then? And supposing it was run by Chinese and Peter blamed it all on Israel. People would have a lot to say about it. It reminds me of 9/11 when I first found out that the Muslims hadn’t done it I was reaching around to figure out who did it. I couldn’t bring myself to believe the Americans had done it to themselves and so I thought it must be the former KGB. Crazy idea I know. But I am subject to this mind control as well so I couldn’t have imagined the Jew connection or that it was an inside job.

    So thats what is going on with Peter here. International Judea is ripping the US apart. Just committing all manner of crimes against the American citizens. They want to even up the match between China and the US and then try to get them to exterminate each other. Chinas interests may well be served here. But its Jews scuttling the American ship.


  4. “* the whole “where’s my flying car” line strikes me as kinda childish and akin to arguing with physics again (just like on climate change).”

    Good lord you are a moron. I told you that gravity research was taken covert in 1956. You don’t have a clue about physics. Modern physics is tightly controlled by troglodytes. And the CO2-warming deal is transparent science fraud. With Jews like Michael Mann doing what Jews do.

    Electrical sciences are under a research moratorium. Things have gone backward since Steinmetz. Thiels got it right its a complete travesty. Gravity research is under strict moratorium as well. They are running tier three research where they try and track down unicorns, rather than research gravity and how to disrupt it.


  5. Look at the Jew nature of the attack on Thiel and running cover for the treasonous Jews at Google.

    Kramer. Blumenthal. “Steve” ….. All these synagogue buddies getting together to run cover.

    8:27 pm Delete


  6. We have to go back to where the oligarchy successfully halted our understanding of the way the universe works and injected all this fantasy in its place. The CSIRO and ASIO together could push the whole thing forward under the right management. We need to go back to Steinmetz and work forwards all over again. Thats how we get gravity neutralisation and therefore sane space travel. Once we have big setups within asteroids the size of Ceres, we can find a storage system for the unlimited electricity that can be harnessed from space at least as far out as Saturn.

    We should have computer animation of various heretical models of the small stuff. We should have a university course based on the work of Steinmetz, with all the lab stuff laid out to repeat the experiments, all the study guides laid out. Animations explaining everything because we need to get people educated up to the state-of-the-art level of knowledge, as it stood when the propagandists swamped everything.

    But the problem with hollowing out Ceres and lighting it up like Vegas is that someone already seems to have done it.

    My other two hypotheses as to what is going on in Ceres is that 2. these pictures are fakes and they are running another psychological operation on us or 3. Ceres has just gotten big enough to start synthesising pristine hydrogen. The pristine hydrogen is being ignited with pooled oxygen near the surface.

    But option 3 is not really a good one. Not because of the pristine hydrogen. Thats fine. Ceres after all has already developed intermittent geysers and Pluto has permanently erupting ones. The problem is rock isn’t transparent so underground fires would not shine through like that. They may shine through in infrared. The other problem is it would require a fluke of timing, since this oxygen cannot last forever.

    So not only do we have lighting on Ceres, we have glass manufacture on the ground it seems. You’d have to think it must be another NASA psychological operation since the other serious alternative is someone has set up large underground bases there with thick glass as part of the roofing. A closer look will find mechanisms for catching the solar wind and turning it into electricity. This all seems very unlikely but its indeed how we would set up a base on an asteroid. You have to grow food up there. You want that dim solar light coming through, as well as your own artificial lighting. Thick glass is how you would do it because there is no end to the availability of silicon on location. And glass-making is important to electrical industry. Thick glass also takes a one-step production system. All remote location economics is based around short production chains. Really no chains at all. One and two-step production.


  7. We don’t want to take these things on faith. Its difficult for wind and solar to cut costs in the way claimed. I’m not saying its impossible. But its difficult since you are relying on the coal people to be confident enough to ease up on coal, thanks to the expectation that other energy will be rolling in. So we’d want to audit the assumptions of these people. Plus the auction system may itself be part of the problem. Coal is the slowest mover here. The auction system may be preventing the coal providers from competing because they are unable to jack their power up and down like the sun coming from behind a cloud. So they may be backing off, thus unnaturally creating scarcity.

    Still the reasoning of the economists seems sound when it comes to their locating the main source of the energy inflation. They are saying that its our gas policy that is driving up our electricity pricing. I remember John Howard interfering in the market for what he called ENERGY DIPLOMACY. Promising contractually all these cubic feet of gas to the Chinese for decades to come at pre-determined prices. Not that I know the details. The gas can accelerate turbines faster than anything else. Its at the core of the flexibility of the grid in its entirety. So the gas-coal duality was a well-integrated system. But do we know the auction system isn’t creating scarcity by privileging the non-coal producers over the slower-moving coal?

    Having local gas cheaply available is a key to making all these renewables integrate seamlessly into the grid in its entirety. I have to conclude then that there logic is very credible as far as locating the reason for the price increases. But to say that the investment in the renewables have brought the price down, more than extra coal would have for the same investment …… well they are not spelling that out exactly ….. but this part of their claims would have to be highly caveated.

    So I’m giving them a likely 8 out of 10 for locating the main source of the energy price inflation. We need to talk to the coal producers to see if the auction system could be improved. Initially mostly in their favour, to allow them to plan better for peak time. But I’m saying their headline claims are way overblown and it would depend on spelling out their assumptions. Its as if they were saying that we cannot have chosen to use the same money for a bit of extra coal-electricity production.


  8. I showed you the pictures you useless cunt. I always like three or more alternative hypothesis but since I’ve got the fucking pictures you useless Jew cunt we are down to TWO. Either someone was there on Mars, or its a NASA psychological operation.

    Now admit I am right you complete cunt.

    Lets have your admission now.


  9. My comments on the video. The problem is once you see these things you cannot un-see them. I like this idea of a new medieval world where we would just take a Jew like Steve out to the centre of town, put him in the stocks, and throw rotten fruit at him until he admitted the truth.

    We know what they are. They are farms. They cannot be anything else and they are exactly how we would build farms on Mars. When we go to design farms on Mars, we won’t be able to design them any other way. Except perhaps just do everything under the ground, with rock and glass ceiling. But on Mars you want to take advantage of the sun so you really ought to make it an above ground operation. And there may be enough of an atmosphere on Mars to disrupt easy electricity access. Whereas no such problems would be encountered on Ceres. So Mars naturally lends itself to above-ground farming. Since the sun would be very important to the operation. On Ceres the Sun would be somewhat marginal to the operation, electricity would be readily tapped, and so underground is perhaps more natural.

    We don’t need to wait for the truth. Its so glaringly obvious. In any factory settings you have tubes that look like this when the inside of the tube has to be different from the outside. Obviously if you want to run cattle and grow things on Mars you need to establish a higher pressure on the inside. To do this economically you have to use local materials. You have all the energy you need, since space is Chock full of electricity. So on Mars you need metallurgy, glass industry and the ability to work well with stone to provide your needs. Because you don’t have a planet-wide economy. The glass tubes have to be large enough to run cattle and plant trees. But they cannot be wider than they are or the air pressure would cause the glass to shatter. I don’t know how anyone could think they were anything else but linear farms. Since thats the exact way we would make them if we had to make them again like our ancestors.

    I think we are so used to seeing food arrive as if by magic on Star Trek we forget that we are unable to provide these things without a global economy. So we have no choice but to farm if we go to Mars. Even with anti-gravity technology … an anti-gravity cargo machine will be a high-tech thing, with a crap payload, difficult to load …. I mean it will WORK but its not as if we are ever going to be able to wave a magic wand and make things float. We have electro-gravitics and we have aether disruption through swirling Mercury perhaps. But neither system is going to be great for large-scale cargo transport from the home planet. So to make the whole thing profitable you are going to need to have a lot of production on site.


  10. Lets all gang up on the Jew and force him to speak the truth. The necessity to make the Jew stop lying goes back hundreds of years I would suggest. It goes back at least as far as the 1st century since the people who wrote the book of John were right on top of the bad habits of this crowd. They had sussed them out really well.

    Now see none of you can deny the soundness of my reasoning. But the Jew and his masters set up all kinds of societal tripwires to stop you from admitting, even to yourselves, the truth of things. You need to look deep within yourselves to admit how carefully you have been blinkered, like those big Clydesdale horses. The sort of horse that gets shipped off to the glue factory at the end of chapter 9.


  11. “speculates about raising cows on Ceres,”

    This fellow is such a dope right? I mean everything we do in the human world has to be done at profit. How are you supposed to make a profit mining the asteroid belt, with your hub on Ceres, if you don’t have a farm on Ceres? How could that even be contemplated?

    You going to send out for a couple of rib-eyed steaks and some pate from a restaurant in Geelong every time you get a bit peckish? Or does this fool think that the future is Vegan? Is he supposing that THE PAST was Vegan? Of COURSE you are going to have to have farms within a place like Ceres if we want to have cheap asteroid belt mining??????? How could it even be otherwise? Anti-gravity is clunky, difficult and high-maintenance. Rockets are next-to-useless. Heavy cargo accompanying human transport will always be really difficult.

    How does Space engineer Steve propose we solve these problems without permaculture on-location?

    Dog-ate-your-homework Steve?


  12. Imagine how cheap mining the asteroid belt is, if you have good human transport for short trips, and a full-blown permaculture farm on Ceres? No gravity to contend with and unlimited electrical energy? By comparison mining of anything but base metals on earth would make no sense. Now imagine the cost structure if you’ve got to get all your supplies all the way from earth? There is simply no comparison.

    Mining on Ceres at least, and perhaps on Mars also is going to be SO MUCH cheaper than on earth. Because mining is just energy energy energy. But you need to be able to do at least 95% of machine maintenance and 99.9% of food production locally. Or you could never make a profit. It would always be a drain on public finance. But the mining would be so easy and one small bonus would be all the helium 3 imbedded in the rock surfaces. You wouldn’t use it in space but that would just be an added bonus to export home with your high-value metals.

    We have the lights on Ceres …. probably a psychological operation admittedly. But we had the open cut mining on Mars antiquated photos. Another psychological operation? Maybe. But why assume this is controversial unless you have been highly conditioned by the oligarchy to be overwhelmed with embarrassment whenever these things come up?


  13. “A lawyer who has written a book called The Holocaust Denier is threatening to challenge Josh Frydenberg’s election in the High Court, claiming he is a Hungarian citizen by descent.”

    And an Israeli citizen. Surely. I saw this coming but I didn’t, in that I thought that our legal industry would make an exception for MP’s of the rabbinical persuasion. I just assumed that they would lock in a legal hypocrisy. We should be thinking about this very carefully. People may have been laughing when they saw the alleged New Zealander Barnaby Joyce be so inconvenienced. But if every “chosen” person is really a dual citizen or has three claims to his citizenship then we ought to knuckle down and figure out how to resolve these matters without fear or favour.

    Visigothkhan. says:
    JULY 20, 2019 AT 2:31 PM
    “Again, that’s not what happens. Nobody has been shut up by a weaponised anti-Semitism, whatever that might mean.”

    Happy to have you back. When did you arrive back from Mars J-D?

    “Why is a Jew any more special than a Catholic, a Moslem or a Klingon who falls foul of Section 44?”

    Or New Zealander. Supposing I run as a candidate in ten years time? If Josh doesn’t have to burn all his bridges with Hungary and Israel how could it be that I’d have to distance myself from New Zealand?

    “Changing s44 to something ‘more appropriate to current times’ is akin to kicking it down the road – s44 has a limited time before it again, becomes inappropriate.

    As s44 is only applicable to federal MPs it’s utility, if it has one, is unclear.”

    It happens to be the law of the land. So until we can get a referendum up we ought to follow it. Is it judged to be inappropriate because it excludes the Welsh and New Zealanders from being representative? Or only latent Israelis? Is the logic of it excluding latent Israelis the only reason we are assuming that its inappropriate? We have really got to be objective here and not allow special privileges to any minority. No matter the social inclination to do so.

    Supposing that by following section 44 we end up excluding such people from parliament for ten years ahead of a referendum? How much of a human tragedy is this? Should we be tearing our hair out and ripping out our clothes every moment the exclusion is in place? There seems to be some favouritism in the air.


  14. Visigothkhan. says:
    JULY 20, 2019 AT 10:24 AM
    Ha ha ha. Great to see old Bob turning the tables like that. I think we can have artificial aesthetically pleasing energy production alongside nature. But not with these 3-blade eyesores. See these right-wingers, and the others as well I would say, are not focused on holistic solutions to ecological and energy problems. Peoples time-lines are too short. Here the right just wants to point-score against our distinguished elder lefty statesman Bob.

    Currently our agriculture destroys soil, releases carbon, and turns energy into bad food. We want an agriculture that creates soil, inters carbon in that soil, churns out nutrient dense organic food, and produces surplus energy for everyone else. You cannot do that without a system that tools small farmers up to the gills. I think the torpor on the right and the panic on the left are both a little bit unproductive. There is not the vision of where we want to go. Which should be biased towards perennials, silvopasture and the whole of the land as being an energy resource.

    We might want to start off with a scheme that gets rid of any taxes for retained earnings away from our sole trader farmers. But telegraph that eventually there will be land tax with a threshold. But this land tax can be delayed delayed delayed if the really big guys sell off a chunk of their holdings every so often. At the same time you have your zero interest lending scheme for tree-planting, the move to organics, earthworks for swales, ponds, dams, terraces and for hydro, wind-farms, wood-gas, oil production for on-farm fuel, and so forth. Plant oils can never compete with hydro-carbons on the international market. But they can compete just for on-farm use where there is a group of local farmers pooling resources.

    Aesthetics should be a big part of the outcome of all this. As well as biodiversity. In permaculture farms the more species you are farming the more support you are offering to non-farm life. Bill Mollison reckoned that the birds that came onto his farm were more daring with phosphates then he would ever be. He reckoned that he could not find a leaf from his sweet potato that the birds hadn’t crapped on.

    There is this idea of the food chain which turns out to be very misleading. Its an idea that you start with net primary production and every level of life depletes that. In this story its good energy management for the rest of us to eat the plants. But biology doesn’t work like that and more evidence is coming in that all life pulls energy from light and from the earths electrical field. So that an abundance of life, well-managed, feeds on itself. It just gets more and more abundant the more levels of plants and animals you place on it. Although the management has to cull things down to prevent total succession with just tree over-story.

    rog says:
    JULY 20, 2019 AT 1:05 PM
    Visigothkhan aka Graeme Bird.

    Visigothkhan. says:
    JULY 20, 2019 AT 1:47 PM
    Everyone knew that with the first post didn’t they rog? I got triggered under this handle and thrown off after a warning. It was 100% my fault. The ban must have been lifted.

    The thinking used to be that net primary production was based on photo-synthesis alone. So the thinking was that the energy component of all of nature was basically derived from a thin sliver of the light spectrum …. ultra-violet light in particular. The new findings are coming particularly from water science and from this idea of structured or “exclusion zone” water. Which is a kind of patterned H3O2. Which can be generated by light, all the way down to red and infra-red.

    If an organism were unable to draw energy from the earths electrical field, then somewhere along the line organisms would develop such a talent, and displace those that didn’t. Plus we see that if you have a person lying on an earthing sheet a charge develops on his blood cells and if they were bunched they now tend to separate and can move down the thinnest of capilliaries single file. This all takes energy and in fact our understanding of the energy behind blood circulation has to change. Every route for blood to travel in the body, laid end to end would go around the world three times. Its not credible that the pumping of the heart could produce this result on its own, with such a notoriously viscous and sticky fluid. Its more an electrical phenomenon like a series of maglev tracks.

    All this is to say that in nature, for all practical purposes, there simply is not the energy limitation we thought there was. Its not just UV energy conversion to carbohydrates driving all things. Every species seems to add to the energy of the system. As witnessed by the terrific yields you get out of a setup like Joel Salatins polyface farms and Sepp Holzers Kramertehof. Sepp Holzers setup almost makes people like me weep for the sheer joy of it all.

    Bill Mollison once said that the people who do these energy calculations for subsoil life concluded that the subsoil life must spend most of its time asleep, because otherwise this energy could not be accounted for. This is not really credible and I think the circle is about to be squared with this better understanding of where life’s energy is coming from.

    It used to be thought that solar power was the best since nature is largely green and the solar panels are black. Therefore the black surface had more potential to harvest energy. Well energy resources are more complementary than competitive but with this better understanding of the energy that nature sources I’d swing in Mother Natures direction. I’d want to see if we could make solar roads (when we cannot put the roads underground) and solar roof tiles. In my view of things taking up good land for solar …. Well its a very fine thing for the moment, but its not the ultimate destination as to where I would want to take things.


  15. The great man theory is anti-empirical in the modern era. Churchill was a despicable old drunk in debt to the Jews. He may have been bastard royalty. He was under the control of a usurious cabal of gentile-genocidalists.


  16. “People who are in a position to make effective threats don’t have to waste time on criticism instead and usually don’t.”

    J-D showing his teeth. I’m the most censored person in this country I would say. I went about five years barely being able to comment at all.

    J-D is saying that the Kosher Nostra is powerful and so they don’t need to censor you, because if you become too persuasive they can take you clean out. Notice the paradoxical nature of what J-D is saying. If you are not visible, there is no evidence that you have been censored. If you have been censored the evidence for you being censored isn’t there as part of the data. But if you are visible and you challenge him, no holds barred, you will be censored. So gloating at the rest of us like some mafioso hood.

    Here is Victor Thorn aka Scott Makula. He was getting just a little bit too persuasive and persistent so he was taken clean out. The organised crime wing of this community plays for keepsees. If you think that Makula (RIP) was a racist maybe we need some philosophising as to what exactly is the definition of racism? If we want to ostracise and censor the ethnocentric ….. we don’t really want to be making exceptions. I myself think, right or wrong, that I’m shining the light on virulent racism and ethno-centricity coming out of that community of the rabbinical persuasion. I didn’t take this approach until about 2008 until I found out that the Israelis were behind 9/11.


  17. So we see how lame space travel is if everything is based around getting there on the back of a firecracker. What a joke.

    Bad philosopher-wannabe’s would try to tell me you cannot prove a negative. Getting confused between court procedure and epistemology. I would say that there aren’t any negatives and that there were only competing hypotheses. They would say “There is a teapot between Mars and Jupiter”

    Well of course there is, or there was, if someone has hollowed out any of the larger objects of the asteroid belt??? You wonder what the flying fuck is wrong with these people. Its bad enough that you cannot visit the mountains of New Zealands Fjordland, or Cronulla beach while you are so far away from home. But if you are inside one of these asteroids how would you put up without a proper cup of coffee from a proper coffee pot? Or without tea for that matter. Space travel is no excuse to give up on tea. Only cutting down ones oxalate consumption is an excuse to give up on tea.

    This is why tunnelling, big rock masonry, glass-works and permaculture are as crucial to space travel as electro-gravitics. Certainly more important than rocketry. The first hint we had that Elon Musk was going to get involved in real space travel, rather than propaganda alone, was when he proposed starting a company to do with tunnelling. There is no use sending even one rocket up there unless you already have the tunnelling technology and executive experience in-house. If he does send rockets up there its only to near earth orbit or its only as a smokescreen to hide the better technology he’s been favoured with.

    No organic low-carb low-deuterium beer in the space station? Cutting right down on human comforts and you cannot even have a six-pack to enhance the space experience?

    What a joke NASA is. Send them and all their fake event actors to another place and let God sort one from the other. We can do a lot better if we have teamwork between the CSIRO and ASIO. With me as supervisor and given power over suspension of taxeaters from the public teat.


  18. The sickening violence in Syria, Israel and Yemen ….. that I cannot stand. The disasters in Iraq and Afghanistan are things I repent for after being a big booster when I was tricked into thinking that terrorism was Islamic.

    But John Wick is quite good. Because he’s turning the tables on really rotten people. And his wife dies, and from beyond the grave leaves him a present to help him through the grieving process. This is not just a dog. But the last present, from the love of his life, to help him grieve for her. Thats important. Far more important than every one of those Jews.

    So-called Russian Mafia are really Jewish Mafia. When you come up against them it doesn’t really end until you have defeated both Nato and the Russian state taken together. So for me its pretty magnificent. Even better that he wipes out the Russian (ie Jewish) mafia over his dog. Which really means over the love for his wife. As someone who is a great admirer of the Catholic intellectual heritage I see this as very healthy, and in accordance with Just War Theory. Just war theory being extrapolated directly from the words of the saviour himself.

    If there was the risk of many third parties being caught in the cross-fire then Just War Theory would rule this out. But in this fantasy world he can target the culpable directly. So it becomes like the revenge of Lorenzo the Magnificent. All good and according to Hoyles.


  19. Ghengis I got out the fifth season of Game Of Thrones and watched it, many parts of it for the second time. I was very taken with Jerome Patrick Flynns portrayal of Bronn. If you could figure out who the number one sword-fighter in the seven kingdoms is it would have to be Bronn. But on the other hand even though he’s quite an old guy in the series, from one angle you can look at him as Falstaff backward-engineered to an earlier imagined age when Falstaff might have been young and fit and perhaps able to kick ass. He’s got a very Falstaffian personality so I kind of find him delightful.

    It will be many years before I watch another Shakespeare play without Falstaff in it. I recognise the greatness and all that. But why subject yourself to that mental abuse? I think for me I’ll only show up if its Henry IV parts one and two. Happy to take time off work to travel and see Henry the IV parts one or two. I’ll not watch any truncated King Lear ever. What a complete fucking waste of time to see any truncated, or rushed version?

    And I’ll not watch any full version of King Lear for another 20 years I suspect, even though all in all I would see it as my personal favourite.

    But in any case Bronn seems to have a bit of the old Falstaff in him. Really he’s the best character.


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