Harvey Organ Predicts Manipulation of Gold/Silver to End THIS YEAR

An Empty Gold Vault? [courtesy Google Images]

An Empty Gold Vault?
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Harvey Organ is a pharmacist who’s studied gold for over 20 years.  He’s an interesting man because he is: 1) intelligent; 2) dedicated to the point of being obsessive; but, 3) not a very good communicator.  I’ve visited his blog at and it’s more like an accounting ledger than a collection of articles written in prose.  I can easily imagine how Mr. Organ has dedicated the last 20 years of his life to intently studying the numbers and mathematics of gold and having thereby achieved a significant expertise on that subject and yet, having so far been unable to communicate his knowledge in a way that can be easily understood by most people.

I think the man has worked to know a lot about gold.  But I also think that you have to work to understand what he knows because he hasn’t worked to become a “communicator”.  I think he’s only used to talking to people with his level of expertise–and that’s a pretty small crowd.

What follows is a video interview of Mr. Organ by Greg Hunter.  I infer from this interview that Mr. Organ doesn’t focus on the prices and politics behind paper gold and silver.  Instead, he focuses on the mathematics of the production, supply and consumption of physical gold.

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“Postitive” law for all? “Non-positive” law only for Territories?

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It’s my understanding that about half of the “Titles” in the United States Code (USC) are each described as “positive” law.  About half of those Titles are not identified as “positive” law, but, so far as I know, they are not given a distinctive description although it’s usually called “non-positive” law..

Perhaps it would be fair to say that the titles of the USC can be expressly described as either “law” or “positive law”.   If that were true, then, whenever some officer, official or employee of what passes for federal government said “It’s the LAW!,” they might actually mean that whatever authority they’re referring to in the USC was something other thanpositive law”.   If that were true, then what would the government’s reaction be to claims where people said “It’s the positive law”?

It’s also my understanding that Title 26 (which deals with income taxes) of the USC is not identified as “positive law”.

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Posted by on September 10, 2014 in "The State" vs. "this state", IRS, Venue


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Stock Market Irrelevance

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After WWII, Americans increasingly invested in the stock markets. As a result, the American people came to view the stock market indices (DOW, S&P 500, NYSE, etc.) as reliable indicators of the health of our economy and even the value of the US dollar.

However, the Dow Jones fell 50% in the first 18 months after the onset of the Great Recession of A.D. 2008. This fall destroyed so much paper wealth and so much of the average American’s hope to profit from stocks, that large numbers of ordinary Americans began to lose confidence in, and drop out of, the stock market.

Several recent news reports verify this withdrawal and suggest some intriguing questions:

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Tuesday Night Radio: Racism & Cops

American Independence Hour hosted by Alfred Adask; 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Central time, Tuesday nights, on and also on the KU band, free-to-air satellite link at Galaxy 19.  There’ll be call-ins at 1-800-596-8191.


Posted by on September 9, 2014 in American Independence Hour



A Little Old Lady’s Prayer

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In church last Sunday, I heard a sweet elderly lady praying in the pew next to me. Her prayer was so innocent and sincere that I just had to share it with you:

” Dear Lord: The last year has been very tough. You have taken my favorite actor – James Garner; my favorite actress – Lauren Bacall; my favorite Comedian – Robin Williams; and finally, my favorite author -Tom Clancy.

I just wanted you to know who my favorite politicians are: Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid.




Posted by on September 8, 2014 in Humor



The Difference Between Prayer and Magic

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The Bible warns against using sorcery and/or magic, but extolls the virtues of prayer. 

But both prayer and magic seek to use the powers of supernatural forces to achieve mortal desires. So, what’s the difference between prayer and magic?

I believe the difference is one of control and sovereignty. 

When I pray, I pray as a supplicant, as a subject, a servant, an inferior.  My prayers recognize the superiority of our Father YHWH ha Elohiym, and my relative inferiority.   I pray/ask that God will assist me in some way, but I do not suppose or imagine that, just because I pray, God will necessarily grant my request.  God is my sovereign.  I am His subject and/or servant.  Perhaps He will grant my prayer; perhaps not. 

As the Messiah observed near the end of his life, “Not my will, but thy will, be done.”  The Messiah thereby recognized and confessed that he, and his will, were inferior to God and His will, and that he (the Messiah) would do as his Father instructed him, even if doing so was contrary to the Messiah’s will and seeming best interests.

But if I invoke magic, I invoke control. I do not plead; I command.

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Posted by on September 7, 2014 in Bible, spiritual warfare, Values


Bail-ins for Banks Too Big to Fail

Maybe Not. [courtesy Google Images]

Maybe Not.
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Stanley Fisher is the former governor of the Bank of Israel, former chief economist at the World Bank, and current Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve . According to the Daily Paul, (“The U.S. Plans To Bail-In The Banks—Federal Reserve Vice Chairman”) Mr. Fisher recently declared:


“. . . the United States is preparing a proposal to require systemically important banks to issue bail-inable long-term debt that will enable insolvent banks to recapitalize themselves in resolution without calling on government funding–this cushion is known as a ‘gone concern’ buffer.

“Mr. Fisher gave no details as to whom in the United States was preparing the bail-in proposal and what “bail-inable long term debt” is.”

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