Reserve Banks shocking and sickening handouts to life-long bludgers/ Friends don’t let friends subsidise bankers.

Feelthebern and JC have their hands out again.

 

Full RBA summary.

• Cutting its target cash rate to 0.25 per cent to encourage banks to further drop borrowing rates for businesses and households;
• Commencing purchases of Australian government bonds to maintain a 3 year government bond yield of only 0.25 per cent, and to also support the liquidity of that market, which Governor Lowe said has become “impaired”. This will reduce the cost of longer-term, fixed-rate (as opposed to floating-rate) business and household loans that partly price off the 3 year government bond yield;
Offering banks a longer-term funding facility of at least $90 billion on a 3 year basis at an ultra-cheap cost of just 0.25 per cent;
• Working with the AOFM to launch an AOFM-managed $15 billion direct investment program in residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) and asset-backed securities (ABS). I have suggested at least $50 billion. This will further reduce the cost of borrowing for small business, households, and individuals via the AOFM funding highly rated and securitised pools of these assets at a cost, or spread, that is normalised. That is, not at current costs, which are enormously distorted by the virus-induced volatility.
• Continue to offer very cheap secured term funding to banks of up to 6 months or more at a cost of about 30 basis points (or 0.3 per cent) above the cash rate via the RBA’s existing repurchase (or repo) arrangements.

Here are some of my conversations with a welfare queen:

feelthebern

One of the reasons the AUD is tumbling is because the Aussie banks are having to tap the Fed Reserve overnight repo facility because the RBA has done so little.
The RBA knows this.
They see the flow almost real time.
They know the exact numbers at end of day & those who have tapped it.
The RBA’s decision making & lack of action has now made Australia a very high risk jurisdiction to hold assets in.

 

Magic Bronson

No excuses for banker subsidies bern. If anything you would instead outlaw the banks from tapping overnight loans, and let the dollar keep falling as a protective measure. The reason why 1997 was so benign for Australia is that Costello just let the AUD fall.

 

feelthebern

If anything you would instead outlaw the banks from tapping overnight loans,

So you are ok with zero liquidity, zero credit, zero economy?
You must have some attractive daughters you plan to whore out in exchange for food.

 

 

Magic Bronson

“So you are ok with zero liquidity, zero credit, zero economy?”

There are only two valid demand management strategies. Not three, not four, not red ink, and not subsidised interest to parasites. When you want to increase demand and liquidity you retire debt and get the new cash straight out there in the vans. When you want to dampen demand you re-establish and increase the reserve asset ratio and police this ratio with extreme prejudice.

No excuses bern. Friends don’t let friends subsidise bankers. Not now or ever.

 

feelthebern

No excuses bern. Friends don’t let friends subsidise bankers. Not now or ever.

Nice in theory.
Without functioning banks, it’s back to barter.
Hence my comment about you whoring out your daughters for food.

 

Magic Bronson

No no. Don’t try and bullshit people here bern. If you subsidise banks you don’t have proper capital markets. Bankers need to earn a living just like everyone else. And they can compete, go broke, sell off assets, and not harm anyone else, so long is all money supply is represented by cash in their vaults, or with the public.

No welfare queen behaviour from financial sector types need be tolerated ever on a site that is supposed to be about a free economy. The seignorage is for the treasury only, or possibly the mining industry. It doesn’t belong to the commercial bankers.

 

feelthebern

Magic, what’s your strategy for keep your daughter clean?
From my watching of apocalyptic movies, word gets around very quickly if someones whores aren’t “clean”.

 

feelthebern

If you subsidise banks you don’t have proper capital markets.

When have we ever had proper capital markets?
It’s a fiction.

 

feelthebern

BOJ announces unlimited repo’s for government debt collateral.
Fed running at $US500bill overnight repo’s & they even accept stock collateral.
With oil where it is, the Fed will seriously half to look at adding unrated paper as acceptable collateral for their repo operations with a 1 to 3 year facility.

 

Magic Bronson

I had 50 rolls of toilet paper bought at half price, while all you guys with high-paid bullshit jobs were sitting on your ass going “doopy doo, I’m alright Jack.” So cleanliness is not much of a problem where I am.

The bank subsidies have to go. The bullshit jobs in banking, big business and government have to go. Bigshot salaries need to collapse. So that we can have small business relief (deferred taxes, zero interest loans, interest rate suspension, deferred loan payments) and thereafter massive double digit small business expansion.

So there has to be zero tolerance for any of these banker welfarist notions like overnight discount rates. The plunge protection teams, pyramiding on on-call cash, or obscurantist promises to produce cash, rather than the cash itself. All that has to be so yesterday.

A single missile to the Hunter Valley can make our money supply disappear up its own un-wiped asshole right now. Thats an unacceptable state of affairs.

 

feelthebern

Bottom line, the world could have handled coronavirus.
But not when OPEC fell apart.
With oil in the mid-20’s every US producer goes bust & takes global bond markets with it.
Equity markets to bond markets are what a mossie is to an elephant.

 

Magic Bronson

“When have we ever had proper capital markets?
It’s a fiction.”

Right. We always subsidised the banks or let them make disruptive promises. Proves my point exactly. Probably the American situation from the end of the Andrew Jackson recession, until before the civil war, their supply and demand for loanable funds were likely working well. So well Jackson managed to pay off the Federal debt for the first and last time. Thats what is possible when you do things right. It just becomes an embarrassment of riches.

 

feelthebern

No liquidity.
No credit.
No economy.
The RBA knows this & has done next to nothing.
Their negligence is criminal.

 

Magic Bronson

“Bottom line, the world could have handled coronavirus.
But not when OPEC fell apart.
With oil in the mid-20’s every US producer goes bust & takes global bond markets with it.
Equity markets to bond markets are what a mossie is to an elephant.”

See the derivative markets and the big business focus of the bank welfarist. Whereas any sane person ought to understand that a collapse in oil prices is a huge mitigation for the rest of us. We have to get this small business focus, because its double digit small business growth that is going to make us well again.

 

feelthebern

With no credit, there is no small business.
You clearly have never worked in a commercial setting.
How long have you been a DSP recipient?

 

Magic Bronson

“With no credit, there is no small business.”

Don’t try and deceive people you welfare queen. Next you’ll be doing obscurantist tag team with JC. Who never saw a bank bailout he didn’t like.

Small business was supposed to operate on retained earnings and would be able to do so if we weren’t subsidising every banker and his Momma and every high-paid public servant. Any level of business revenue can be hit accurately using the two legitimate demand management strategies described. It is possible for banks to produce an appropriate level of credit without being parasites.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

There has been talk about helping people out during the shutdown, with a universal basic income.  Now that is a good idea. But ….. if you try and help the everyday Joe and the bankers, both at the same time, its hard to imagine anything that could be more inflationary.  We will be saddled with a tonne of debt.  So we’ve got to stamp down hard on these banker subsidies.  They are not okay and they are never going to be okay.

 

 

43 thoughts on “Reserve Banks shocking and sickening handouts to life-long bludgers/ Friends don’t let friends subsidise bankers.

  1. Not Kings but blood-sucking vampire squids. Check how a long-term welfare queen looks at usury. Usury to him is King. As opposed to the reality that usury is a blood-sucker.

    JC
    #3364742, posted on March 19, 2020 at 9:46 pm
    What does this mean? Does it cost anyone any real money?

    I know you demur to any of this but see if can keep and open mind for once. The financial markets are really the only markets humans have that provide almost immediate signals to what lays in wait for us in the future.. economically speaking derived from economic shocks, policy change etc

    There was a very serious inversion of yields curves around the world when it really mattered and even though one shouldn’t argue just from a price change, this scenario combined with the ramifications of the virus created the perception of an economic slowdown. The steepness of the inversion was seen to mean a very serious slowdown was headed our way. Since about Friday the US 10 year bond was back up from about .5% to 1.18%.

    Credit market rule all other markets. Credit markets are king.

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  2. Okay so here is what the blood-sucker thinks about real productive enterprise. In this case manufacturing. The parasite kills you and then says you were no good right from the start.

    Hubris is killing this site.

    Fellas, I know I’m being hypothetical.. But lets be. Let us see one of you try to set up an oil refinery in the country.

    Go!

    Manufacturing businesses closed because it was fucking uneconomic to produce here.

    The parasite, who bleeds the rest of us, thinks the resources that he takes to himself just falls from the sky.

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  3. And now for some rather pleasing balance from Fisky:

    Fisky
    #3364815, posted on March 19, 2020 at 10:39 pm
    When we come out of this hell, I look forward to attending a party and asking the first spiv I bump into “so, what do you do?”

    Before the crisis, they would puff themselves up and be like, “Oh, I’m a strategic-stakeholder-agility-consultant” or some garbage, which isn’t even a proper job, and expect us to be impressed.

    Going forward, anyone who is unable to explain exactly a) what they make and b) who they make it for will either be unemployed or embarrassed to reveal their job title.

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  4. Praise the lord, the worm is finally turning at Catallaxy. But do they understand what it takes to stop the financial thieving, and get rid of the bullshit jobs?

    Infidel Tiger
    #3364832, posted on March 19, 2020 at 10:46 pm
    who is more valuable right now.

    The guy in the toilet paper factory or the business coach?

    At least half the western world has fake jobs.

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  5. Even better:

    Infidel Tiger
    #3364888, posted on March 19, 2020 at 11:15 pm
    At least half the people in Australia seem to be able to work from home with no problem or without any care.

    People are overjoyed to be in “isolation”.

    What sort of bullshit economy is this? Normal people are watching their world burn down while grifters and fake jobbers tray this as an extended holiday.

    This is so good. Would have been impossible to say these things just a few years back. Welfare Queen JC would complain that I reckoned everyone at Catallaxy had bullshit jobs. I don’t know what wording we were using then, since it was well before Graebar’s bullshit jobs thesis was derived and looked into. It wasn’t that I had anticipated the findings all that much. Its more that I noticed on Catallaxy that almost everyone had a job that was useless in any ultimate sense. So for example while I said that Genghis was an okay economist, his only usefulness was undoing the damage that leftist economists were doing. Like Graebar I suggested that Gab’s corporate lawyer job was pretty useless but my reasoning was probably more to do with the idea that the need for corporate lawyers was to do with the regulations being sub par. I noticed that pretty much anyone who revealed what work they were doing …. it turned out that most of it was useless. Not worth the excessive commute. Back then I think I was framing it in Austrian terms. The ponzi-money had created all this malinvestment and some of the malinvestment manifested as all these people doing work that was basically useless.

    But Fisky and Infidel have to recognise that the only way to get rid of the bullshit jobs is to get rid of the bank welfarism, phase to 100% backing, reduce the debts, and stay in the “growth-deflation” pocket at all times.

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  6. The banker welfarism and the fake jobs ought to never have been tolerated, much less encouraged. Look how it leads to suicidal behaviour. As Infidel shows very well here.

    Infidel Tiger
    #3364956, posted on March 19, 2020 at 11:47 pm
    Incredible.

    So many people on social media with fake jobs demanding the economy be shut down and schools closed.

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  7. Feelthebern admits that without subsidies some of these bludgers would go to the wall. But he thinks erroneously that we ought not let them go to the wall:

    “Working with the AOFM to launch an AOFM-managed $15 billion direct investment program in residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) and asset-backed securities (ABS). I have suggested at least $50 billion. This will further reduce the cost of borrowing for small business, households, and individuals via the AOFM funding highly rated and securitised pools of these assets at a cost, or spread, that is normalised. That is, not at current costs, which are enormously distorted by the virus-induced volatility.”

    Feelthebern sez:

    Re this bit.

    People should be very concerned whey this has to be offered.
    This says that some parties were going to go to the wall.
    All in less than two weeks people.

    Good. They should have gone to the wall. There is no excuses for subsidising bankers ever.

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  8. He’s kind of all over the place a bit like you. Any doctor ought to speak up. So he’s wrong and that score. But on the other hand he’s right when he’s on Trump’s side with regards to the media. So you are just the flipside to that. There is neither rhyme nor reason to what you are about also. Thats unless one scrapes a bit further to the underlying zionist racism.

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  9. Steve Kates is just annoying at this point.

    “As every pre-Keynesian economist once knew, recessions do occur but NEVER because a deficiency of demand.”

    Thats just complete bullshit. Without the qualifier GOVERNMENT demand it makes no sense at all. The Classical economists were witness to banking collapses. Steve Kates has not cleared himself of possible charges of Keynesian “loyal opposition.” He can be so stupid he makes the Keynesians seem sensible.

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  10. I get what he means. Supposing if demand reduced 50% across the board and there were almost no debts in the system? Well everyone could just halve their prices and get on with it. But in practice this is not what happened and there were debts and it made it hard for almost everyone. Because there is huge debt overhang. But there was quite a lot of debt overhang in Classical times as well.

    But he has some good points in terms of structural changes to spending. Now we have increased demand for groceries yet a collapse in demand for hospitality industries and those industries where people group together in large crowds. And so you can see how that would wipe out a huge amount of jobs. Its very troubling the Steve Kates lack of nuance in these things. How he doesn’t integrate the money supply considerations and leaps directly from “Says Law” to make these sweeping pronouncements.

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  11. The view of manufacturing held by a parasitical welfare queen:

    JC
    #3367788, posted on March 21, 2020 at 6:13 pm
    Turning off the tap off government largesse and telling the mendicant fuckers to stand on their own two feet is not shutting it down.

    Which I 110% agree with. My point is he’s completely overlooking what he did. Let’s get real, does anyone here believe we’re going to have a garment industry, shoe making factories ever again. You cannot have a manufacturing industry in Australia under present conditions without huge subsidies. Also labor risk is too high. The moment you bring over expensive machines unions will treat the investment as theirs. It becomes captured capital.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    We cannot do it reckons JC. We don’t have the capacity. He points the bone at us. Actually we are great at manufacturing. But we are damaging our capacity in a number of ways. One of them is importing people who don’t have the sort of mentality needed to get the production out.

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  12. Hilarious. Bank welfarist feelthebern calling other people tax hoovers:

    feelthebern
    #3367970, posted on March 21, 2020 at 7:40 pm
    As numbers is a tax hoover, he doesn’t much care about the real issues stemming from coronavirus.

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  13. Catallaxy talking about how buying untailored gear can be a false economy. Dudes buy a tailored suit. Looks great, lasts longer. You got it ten years later. Shoes. Feelthebern saying he got some shoes ages ago in the old hangout of St Francis. Gets it resoled three times.

    This sort of talk is great on Catallaxy. This belated realisation that its not all about bullshit jobs in the service industry. So services were growing faster than primary industry and manufacturing. So these economists extrapolated this forward and decided it meant something. Meant that we can offload all our abilities to make, build and maintain to the Chinaman and then on towards the African. Fucking recipe for total disaster.

    Unfortunately bern is not seeing any connection between subsidising proven failures in the usurious professions, and the lost of manufacturing capacity. All that fucking overhead of making these useless bastards rich, and he doesn’t see that this detracts in any way from skilful people getting tooled up.

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  14. Blogger GMB said…
    Well its good that Tony is finally getting things right. He wasn’t alone in his error. Circa 2008 John Humphreys said that “Australia does not need manufacturing” and a slightly less absolutist version of this idiotic idea was absolutely unanimous in the working economists there. Sinclair and Soon included. I was the only one there that said on the contrary we ought to be a manufacturing powerhouse.

    I don’t see anyone writing me notes to say that I was right all along. So go easy on Tony but hard on Sinclair. Sonofabitch still won’t let me comment at Catallaxy. Who is more responsible for fucking things up this badly? A politician? Or a working economist?

    The worst thing was that I was in favour of massive reindustrialisation. But I was still against tariffs. And these alleged economics adepts just could not square that circle.

    12:51 pm Delete
    Blogger GMB said…
    Good on you Tony Abbot. This is cause for great celebration. This is something you and Sinclair might not know about. But in the Christian heritage we have something called repentance and we have the story of the “prodigal son” So we actually are more happy when someone finally comes back to the manufacturing fold, then perhaps someone who was getting it right all along.

    12:54 pm Delete
    Blogger GMB said…
    Check out welfare queen JC on Australian manufacturing. He’s pointing the bone at us. Reckons we cannot get it done:

    JC
    #3367788, posted on March 21, 2020 at 6:13 pm
    Turning off the tap off government largesse and telling the mendicant fuckers to stand on their own two feet is not shutting it down.

    Which I 110% agree with. My point is he’s completely overlooking what he did. Let’s get real, does anyone here believe we’re going to have a garment industry, shoe making factories ever again. You cannot have a manufacturing industry in Australia under present conditions without huge subsidies. Also labor risk is too high. The moment you bring over expensive machines unions will treat the investment as theirs. It becomes captured capital.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    We can be a manufacturing superpower. But we have to decide we want to do it. And we cannot put up with subsidising bankers if we wish to achieve this. Friends don’t let friends subsidise bankers. Also you leftists have to accept that while we need good government servants, we have to get used to closing down departments and public service jobs, when we figure out that we can get by without them. We have to be ruthless about banking and public sector jobs. Absolutely ruthless. We don’t have enough resources to get our act together and be carrying all these people. Least of all welfare queens like Cambria.

    6:27 pm Delete
    Blogger GMB said…
    Good government services. AND good high-paid government servants too. I kind of got it right the first time but not quite.

    6:28 pm Delete
    Blogger GMB said…
    Cambria also believes that there cannot be banking without subsidies either. No banking without subsidies. No manufacturing without subsidies. Its amazing that we managed to claw our way out of hunter-gathering.

    We can get to where we aren’t being subsidised but we need separate industry plans to get there. Back in the day I’d be talking about industry plans and every Catallaxian and his Momma was likening the concept to Stalin’s 5 year plans. But no its simply a way of sorting out various industries like the taxi industry ought to have been sorted out 50 years ago.

    To tool up so as to become great manufacturers, you need to get rid of banker subsidies, weed down the public servant jobs and bureaucracies …… But you must have no taxes on retained earnings for the sole trader. For bigger business you have a 50% tax rate but with accelerated depreciation. So they have to tool up to avoid taxes.

    You do these four things and we will wind up being a manufacturing superpower. No doubt about it at all. But we want to slow down our immigration. So we don’t lose the good manufacturing mindset. And we need high wages so that people take manufacturing seriously. Not like that clown Ravi that got me sacked.

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  15. Yes it does look like a case of the usual suspects. I mean we don’t have it quite as nailed down as we have them for 9/11. But it sure has that oligarchy-and-international-Judea flavour to it. They had that trial that Gates was part of 3 months before the outbreak. The rest of us have only just found out that chloroquine is the treatment of choice after the fact (whereas Dr Mindy tells us what to do beforehand) and yet Israel seems to have so much stock on hand that they just sent six million doses to the United States. So its sure looking mighty suspicious. People I know are blaming China and I wonder if they know better. Or if its just a way of getting my country (Australia) belatedly ready to resist Chinese encroachment. But it sure looks like the weight of evidence is pointing at the same terrorist network that gave us 9/11.
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  16. Here is a Cossack girl. Barely diluted Yamnaya. The allies felt it was okay to murder people like this because of an ancient hatred the Jews had for Cossacks. Recently this was turned on its head in the third of the Fargo television series. The pretence that the modern Cossacks hated the Jews and not the other way around. These Jews are fucking crazy.

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  17. Aren’t they just horrible? Ghastly. Their fathers had to be beaten with clubs to get them on ships so they and their families could be executed IN A REAL HOLOCAUST AND NOT A FAKE ONE. Jews have fake holocausts in their history. But the holocausts they have caused Yamnaya descendants have been real ones. Hence the endless propaganda from these born liars.

    Well actually not their fathers. You don’t hear them talking about “holocaust survivors” and that sort of jive. Because once you are subject to a holocaust you don’t have descendants. Every Jew holocaust surviver proves the Jew holocaust was a lie.

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  18. Global Warmings Ghost
    #3371587, posted on March 23, 2020 at 1:57 pm
    CL may not like it, seeming to hanker for the misery of some celtic rural idyll, but the well-being that supports him and the rest of the Cats is the result of enormous numbers of decentralised decisions, risks taken, and market sizes grown

    A lot of the lengthening of the structure of production, and excessive business size has resulted, not so much from the free market, but impositions upon it. So for example the rise of the giant retailer came at a time when we already had a glut of retail space. How do I know that? Well we had restricted opening hours for retail at the time. Then you had a boom in building for consolidation of these retailers. This was the result of the government assisted financial sector imposing market power on us. So that the profits throughout the chain of production could be hoarded at retail level. And the banking system then has someone they can funnel a great deal of low-risk debt obligations too.

    So its a dysfunctional set of investments. It favoured retail, the point where wealth is just about to be destroyed, over the rest of the supply chain. That is to say production. This is one reason we stopped having high growth rates and gave it all away to Asian tigers. So no its likely that a society not dominated by rent-seeking would be more and not less localised then it is today.

    We don’t want to associate the good or free society with atomisation. There isn’t the historical basis for it. We might want to associate atomisation and debt. Thats going to be an easier case to make. And debt with enslavement. Another fairly easy association.

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  19. Two hours and four minutes in a fat drunk fellow talks boxing with the experts.
    Big John Fury. I cocked it up and called him big Tom. Terrible confusion. Couldn’t hear that well. Good to go over it again since I can hear Tru-School-sports-senior much better the second time around.

    Ian Thorpe was overshadowed a bit by Michael Phelps. Not Michael Klim.

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  20. I can confirm that Sinclair smited me fair and square before releasing me from moderation. I don’t want him deep-sixing false positives since that will permanently skew his blog away from the truth, and the other people deserve a fair shot.

    I haven’t seen him deep-sixing a false positive since about September. Around that time he may have trashed three or four people that weren’t me. But no false positives that I know of this year.

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  21. I wanted to start the fatwah up again. But really I don’t have the capacity to do so. Because Sinclair has updated to some extent. And his blog, thanks to people like Fisky, Arky, Infidel Tiger and others, has a far more realistic understanding of jobs, supply chains, Chinese subversion and so forth. Me and Sinclair were always gong to clash. It was like this unholy Jewish trio of Berg, Davidson and Kirchner. Sinclair is natively intelligent but for a few years he must have been in some sort of hothouse of anti-manufacturing delusion, so it would have me fair bouncing off the ceiling with blind fury.

    But I think he’s a lot better than he was. Its no longer a case of these Jewish locusts getting in the way of all progress that doesn’t favour the tribe. So my threat to start the fatwah up is pointless and without teeth. There would be no realism behind it now. 12 years ago it was a different story.

    Now bear in mind I’m not talking about the solution being tariffs. Although it might come to that for a few years. But you can become a manufacturing superpower without tariffs. Although if China angers us too much I think we can retaliate with tariffs. But they ought not be a forever thing. We should respond well to good behaviour, and they would be chiefly to reduce dependence rather than excessive punishment.

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  22. Another fully justified smite. Justified because it was me. But perhaps lethal since Catallaxy has run off the beam. They have convinced themselves that this lurgie is not a big problem. A potentially lethal miscalculation. You really sure you should be doing this Sinclair?

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  23. I’ll always confirm a correct smite. But its on the Jew if any of his people die because of them taking the wrong choices on this matter. Its very dangerous to not treat a bioweapon as such. You could not get anything more dangerous than that.

    There is no-one else on Catallaxy confirming that this is a bioweapon. In fact that is probably how he identified me.

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  24. I want to make sure that if another person comes on and is arguing that this is a bioweapon that he doesn’t get the smite. So its pretty important that I confirm all correct smites here. But the Jew should act responsibly as well. If one or two catallaxians die, as Arky almost did, thats something that the Jew may be held responsible for.

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  25. Like Topher I will volunteer to get infected. But only if there is a job in it for me. And I’d have to expand my stash of mitigating substances in order to deal with it. I only have one bottle of liposomal C and I could imagine needing half a dozen bottles if I got sick. Most of the rest of my stash is filled out. I haven’t yet sources the hydroxy-chloroquine so thats another deficit.

    Topher is way to flippant. He probably doesn’t need a job like I do. He probably hasn’t researched enough to be able to deal with the problem like I have. And he doesn’t know this is biowarfare. So this is a much nastier piece of work than it may appear to be from (lets say) South Korean statistics.

    I don’t know why you are hassling Sinclair Davidson on this one. He’s kept an open mind about it. He’s letting all perspectives on the subject go ahead. The problem is I’m the only one pointing out its biowarfare. So every time I get on there, some synagogue buddy calling himself Rex, and another synagogue buddy called BorisG, get me kicked off before I can prove its a bioweapan, and show everyone how to deal with it. So thats a pretty big problem. I know Sinclair is committed to throwing me off but there could be dire consequences unless someone else can go on and prove what I’ve been trying to prove without the inbred troglodytes Boris and Rex getting in the way.

    Its on Sinclair’s head if someone else doesn’t show up and make that case clearly. People aren’t nearly serious enough about this one.

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  26. Looks like the Jews have blocked my site. But the claim is that its the Australian Communications and media authority. If true its odd that they are maintaining their useless jobs while productive people are losing theirs.

    Bizarrely its not 18C that they are trying to gyp me over. They are pretending that I am a gambling website. Fucking bizarre. I lodged a complaint and told them that this blog functions more as a journal and that there has never been any commercial activity on this blog. But clearly its the Jew thing and they are playing silly-buggers. Playing silly-buggers during a national crisis. Note that they put this blog on very late at night. Outside business hours. So it was probably done out of Tel Aviv.

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  27. Well thats it then. I’m not a blogger any more. I am out of the business of trying to influence the Australian people to stop the destruction of this nation. It could be worse. In the USA they would have shot me, then lied about me after my death. So actually stealing my blog and stopping me from blogging? Really quite benign when you think about it.

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  28. The real nasty breakout may not come until next Winter. The people who have been terribly affected so far have been the Americans, where I think the breakout started, and elsewhere it was the people who had the right weather for it in February. Peter Hitchens thinks it probably goes back to December where he is.

    Direct known evidence puts the start of it in Wuhan as an accidental leak from the lab there. I’m not buying it myself. I think that this evidence has been pushed onto the Chinese by way of baiting them to infiltrate Western institutions, then planting the lurgie in Wuhan with a cover story. But I’m only expecting that second layer of evidence to leak out over a few years. And it will be a harder leak than with 9/11. Because internet developments caught the bad guys off-guard back then. Whereas now they are ready to suppress the emergence of this second layer of evidence.

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  29. If you are a conspiracy theorist you kind of wonder if this is like 9/11. So far we don’t yet know that its biowarfare. It could just as easily be people developing the weapons and accidentally letting them escape. We don’t yet know for sure. But before 9/11 there seemed to be a lot of clearing the decks. So for example Conrad Black seemed to be a nice enough fellow. But all his newspapers were taken from him. Bill Cosby had been talking about raising money and buying NBC to get some good television for a change. Then his boy was murdered. And this time around we have these rumours that Americas more holistic and scientific doctors, rather than your usual pathetic drug dealers, are either being killed off or having their licenses revoked. So there is a great deal of preparations that you need for these big events. And I am a superstitious man as Vito Corleone said. So if the wrong fellow loses his license, thats something to be a little bit suspicious, if not superstitious about. Its these things that make you go Hmmmmm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XF2ayWcJfxo

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