Dylan Ratigan’s Rant

24 Apr

A MSM news anchor hits the gag reflex on a MSNBC TV show.

It’s a beauty.  The truth will out.

video      00:04:44


Posted by on April 24, 2016 in Despotism, Government as Gangsters, Tyranny, Video


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22 responses to “Dylan Ratigan’s Rant

  1. Matt

    April 24, 2016 at 6:26 PM

    WOW! From MSNBC no less

  2. whetson1

    April 24, 2016 at 6:59 PM

    And the Jesuits of Rome run the banking system.

  3. timmy

    April 24, 2016 at 8:57 PM

    He’ll be out in 40 days.

  4. Mark Navarrette

    April 25, 2016 at 12:05 AM

    There is no refusal, its being done on purpose. Ordo Ab Chao in action.

  5. palani

    April 25, 2016 at 6:01 AM

    And the remedy for a corrupt banking system is … (drum roll ) … .(wait for it) …. another banking system … funded by repatriated offshore funds.

    When the castle is built on a foundation of sand are you going to shore it up by repatriating more sand?

  6. Lyndon

    April 25, 2016 at 6:50 AM

    Banking system is not fixable; it’s in private hands. We need competing systems.

  7. cynthia

    April 25, 2016 at 8:07 AM

    oldie but goodie – not opinion but FACT, other countries “governments” have fully dissolved ALL ”
    debt” with “forgiveness” and come out MUCH better. technically “President” is over a fiction nothing to do with living men based on fact as well, “legal” ‘money’ is just like game Monopoly – “funny money” based on each man’s labor for which their labor can be fairly expressed as their ‘property’ WITHOUT taxation nor “debt” rather ‘fair trade’ but the general masses stupidly accept BOTH taxation on their non-profit labor AND “debt” to fictions that are gaining massive ‘profits’ through primary selling the “note” on “Securities and Exchange Market” in fact

  8. dog-move

    April 25, 2016 at 1:52 PM

    “Louis McFadden” stated some years ago the crux of the problem that we are burdened with today. It has not changed and will continue foward to the point in which the compounding interest on the debt consumes every productive means, we are there.
    “Some people think the Federal Reserve Banks are US government institutions.
    They are not… they are private credit monopolies which prey upon
    the people of the US for the benefit of themselves and their foreign
    and domestic swindlers, and rich and predatory money lenders.
    The sack of the United States by the Fed is the greatest crime in history.
    Every effort has been made by the Fed to conceal its powers,
    but the truth is the Fed has usurped the government.
    It controls everything here and it controls all our foreign relations.
    It makes and breaks governments at will.”

  9. Ralph P. Torello

    April 25, 2016 at 4:07 PM

    Did you not point out that most of these are “computer generated” a la the “George Bush” computer generated face speeches? What percentage of these people are real people at all? Even if this was a real melt-down from a real person – obviously everything on the Cable Box Broadcast channels is planned by the pentagon, national security, et al… I mean, right?

    It’s probably his name… Dylan (Bob) was a pretty cool musician to have sank/replaced with some babbling news anchor…

    You know there was also a “Robert Zimmerman” for a long long time (entire Obama thing…) which is also Bob Dylan’s original name. He changed it from “Zimmerman” to “Dylan” after going into professional music and also after read the poems of “Dylan Thomas”

  10. timmy

    April 26, 2016 at 8:03 AM


    I have often stated in Al’s threads that stocks would continue higher, and the bear market in precious metals would continue. And I have been right- for the last few YEARS. (Much against this communities general consensus.)

    However, I think we may have reached the end of those trends, finally. (Timing is impossible- I can’t say for sure. Nor can anyone else.)

    I do think that finally it’s time to back off, play defense and protect your investments (if you have any) from this likely trend change.

    It looks like the stock market is poised to slow if not drop over the next year or two.
    And obviously the metals are breaking out and showing upside again. They have not clearly broken to indicate a full bull market again, but the odds have greatly increased.

    Repeat: NO ONE knows.

    In the unlikely event that anyone would be swayed by my comments, I just wanted to state my new and current position for the record. I have been dogmatic and firm in my position on the markets for a long time. I am no longer so.

    Best to everyone. Make all practical and financial preparations for strange times. That can never hurt any of us.


  11. Ralph Torello

    April 26, 2016 at 3:42 PM

    Currently, the total market capitalization of companies that are tied to China & Asia Pacific – for instance Apple, are at valuations so preposterously high (read: purest corruption in world history) that Apple’s value is literally 600 BILLION DOLLARS. If you go to something as simple as “” one may verify what the total valuation is for companies that have been receiving “free junk” from China.

    In 1993, one could review from time to time the concept of “balance of trade” and “trade imbalance” – as it was sometimes reported on the television. As early as 1990, one could walk into Radio Shack – thinking that the United States was finally “turning the corner” away from war & violence – and into innovation & progress. In 1990, if you went to a Radio Shack – you might see stacks & stacks of new TV’s, VCR’s, and assorted electronics – only to realize that one on side a product would say “Zenith” – but on the other side it just said “Made in Malaysia.” This is true, and has been true for almost all electronics that have hit the market place in the past 30 years.

    In 1993, we were told that the Defense Department had a budget of 500 (half a trillion) dollars! The Military Industrial Complex could spend whatever it wanted – whenever it wanted. TODAY, (and I have actually added up the valuations) – but the Dow Jones Industrial average must have a market capitalization well over FIVE TRILLION DOLLARS!?!?!

    How is this not the purest corruption? These companies just pay themselves out of thin air. These companies – the ones that sell products anyways (goods NOT services) – by charging money for goods that they literally obtained for free! When boats come in from China, nobody mails them big wads of hundred dollar bills in FedEx Envelopes. A crisp one-hundred dollar bill doesn’t have that much value in Asia – since shops there won’t take that money.

    The greatest corruption of all is always right in front of you. The stock market is the purest fraud as American’s a charged money for things that the authorities in the United States NEVER PAID A SINGLE PENNY.

    5, 10, 15 TRILLION DOLLARS??? This is what fraud is. The only reason we don’t see inflation is because their COST STRUCTURE IS ALMOST ZERO… Hence the shelves at Walmart, Target, Home Depot, Kolhs, Macy’s, NorthPark Mall are always stocked…

    And the dollar marches on…

  12. dog-move

    April 26, 2016 at 4:18 PM

    It is a real good idea to be extremely careful, Rob Kirby stated on USA Watchdog last week the events are weeks away. This man is well connected, as well as others Greg Hunter interveiws. I suggest listening to some of the latest interveiws on that blog and get ready for IT.
    Become familiar with the term ‘LIMIT UP” as this what the metals are getting ready to do. This does not happen very often, you want to be in, not out when this starts it mayhave already started. See junior silver miners up 400% off the lows of January. This is bull market action folks!

  13. Ralph P. Torello

    April 26, 2016 at 7:43 PM

    You just need to stare at these numbers – and think about the expression “sole source of revenue” – in addition to the expression – in 1993, the Defense Department reported an annual budget of around 250 Billion dollars.

    The corruption is directly in front of you. Once a day, you need to wake up, brush your teeth, take a shower, and then look at these numbers. The government literally has implants in the brains of millions of people. They are brained to forget the corruption and the theft. There is no honor among thieves. The revenue for these companies (which I have picked out of Dow Jones Industrial 30 Average) have Asia-dependent revenue streams.

    These are companies whose (mostly) sole source of revenue is from FREE imports from the Asia/Pacific.

    MC: 578 BILLION. Apple (AAPL, NASDAQ)
    MC: 170 BILLION. Home Depot (HD, NYSE)
    MC: 143 BILLION. Cisco (CSCO, NASDAQ)
    MC: 287 BILLION. General Electric (GE, NYSE)
    MC: 143 BILLION. International Business Machines (IBM, NYSE)
    MC: 100 BILLION. Nike (NKE, NYSE)
    MC: 218 BILLION. Wal-mart (WMT, NYSE)
    MC: 88 BILLION. United Technologies (UTX, NYSE)



  14. dog-move

    April 27, 2016 at 3:19 PM

    Get strapped in and watch this. If you never got to see the rockets at Cape Canaveral, the silver and gold moon shot will make the FL. event look like a bottle rocket on the 4th of July. Limit up is underway! Collapse or not, this a market function, a balancing of the ACCOUNT of truth, something akin to judgement. For the Lord abhors an unjust weight and an unjust measure. Manipulation cannot persist against the Laws of Nature and natures God. Amen!

    DEFINITION of ‘Limit Up’

    The maximum amount by which the price of a commodity futures contract may advance in one trading day. Limit up refers to when a futures contract will have a maximum threshold in order to ensure that large unexpected or potentially catastrophic events do not push a contract’s price into levels of irrational valuation based upon investor panic or manipulation.

  15. Ralph P. Torello

    April 27, 2016 at 7:19 PM

    “For the Lord abhors an unjust weight and an unjust measure”

    Agreed. (Copied from Dog_Move post)

    Read this again and again and again – until it sinks in… THIS IS THE FINANCIAL ATTACK. The one thing Al Adask get’s wrong is “how” the money is printed. Here is how the money is printed. It is not “hyper-inflation” it is “hyper-stock-market-manipulation.”

    The following is copied from earlier comment:


    In 1993, the Defense Department reported an annual budget of around 250 Billion dollars. This was exorbitant, preposterous and huge. TODAY… We have this… These are only 8 of the Dow Jones Industrial 30 Average of Stocks. THIS IS ONLY EIGHT OF THEM…

    MC: 578 BILLION. Apple (AAPL, NASDAQ)
    MC: 170 BILLION. Home Depot (HD, NYSE)
    MC: 143 BILLION. Cisco (CSCO, NASDAQ)
    MC: 287 BILLION. General Electric (GE, NYSE)
    MC: 143 BILLION. International Business Machines (IBM, NYSE)
    MC: 100 BILLION. Nike (NKE, NYSE)
    MC: 218 BILLION. Wal-mart (WMT, NYSE)
    MC: 88 BILLION. United Technologies (UTX, NYSE)


    MC –> Means “Market Capitalization” or “total value of the stock.” There are 22 other stocks in the DJIA – and probably 10,000 other types of stocks total that are traded traded on the NYSE – for a total of what? 20? 30? 40? Trillion Dollars???? THIS IS THE CORRUPTION.

    The corruption IS NOT (I repeat) IS NOT the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States printing up money. It is not stored “as Gold” … It is not stored as “Dollar Cash Reserves” … It is stored in a fraudulent stock market.


  16. dog-move

    April 28, 2016 at 9:56 AM

    Apple is the market, if Apple rises the market index(s) rises, if Apple falls the market index(s) fall. Apple is 12% of NASDAQ index. Apple is the S & P 500. Makes you want to ditch the smart phone (telescreen0, if you have one, I DO NOT!
    All vessels of the United States…….sinking of course. Vessels of war. ‘there will be wars and rumors of war”.

  17. Ralph P. Torello

    April 28, 2016 at 10:25 AM

    I have thrown away, trashed, lost probably 5-10 cell phones, tablets, and portable PC’s. I do not have *any* electronics in my house. The people on TV are computer generated nincompoops. The people on TV make no sense at all. Many of them really are force fed narcotics through all kinds of means by the (former) US Government. When people on “The Big Bang Theory” talk, I can’t tell whether it is computer animation or heavy, daily, ritualistic drug use. They don’t look or sound like normal people at all.

    I gave up with it. I used to sit at my apartment complex’ computer. I used to sit with a small Kindle Fire in a McDonald’s. Now, if I need to type anything, I just go to the library to use the “free internet.” In my home, I have (as it pertains to personal electronics): a toaster, a refrigerator, a freezer, a hair-clippers, and a range/oven, coffee machine, etc.

    The digital internet revolution coming from Asia Pacific is wildly popular in Asia/Pacific – because there are so many good things to say. 25 years ago, the tallest building in Shanghai & Beijing was what? 10 stories tall? 15 stories tall? Hong Kong had a few sky-scrapers. The fastest train in Asia Pacific 25 years ago probably went 50/60 MPH (miles per hour). For the past 25 years (since 1995), there has been a building & construction boom – the largest the world as ever seen – bigger than “The American’s” of the 20th century.

    There is *a lot* for Asian Countries to talk about. Here in the US, the internet is nothing but lies, BS, & propaganda. American’s think they should love Google, Android, Microsoft, Apple, LG, flat-screen TV’s, etcetra…. But why? We aren’t in Asia! We didn’t build crap-anything in the past 25 years.

  18. Ralph P. Torello

    April 28, 2016 at 11:00 AM

    One last thing, Mont-senior Al Adask:

    When you & my dad used to talk about your “Anti-Shyster” Magazine – it was during a very different time in the DFW area. There was a large amount of violence in DFW during the 80’s & early 1990’s. When I went to Boston in 1993 to go to MIT (and Harvard for my Chinese) – half the teachers I had known growing up had died unnatural deaths. The anti-shyster used to bring up all the WMD and the purges – which were conducted often by the military.

    That has totally ended since 2000, 2005, 2010. If you wanted to bring up the money – well – Asia Pacific is why the currency hasn’t collapsed – even though huge amounts of it are fictitiously generated by the “Fiat Currency” – which should be an euphemism for WALL STREET and E-TRADE.

    Why don’t you “juxtapose” stories and dollar amounts from today’s “Wall Street Journal” – with stock valuations & Wall Street Musings (all of which are available at the Richardson Public Library) from the 1940’s, 1950’s, 1960’s .. up to and including the 1970’s … (Probably not the 80’s – because that’s when the lie-engine started).

    Just a thought. That’s a penny the penny for the thoughts I get from Adask’s Law, anyway. You know, my dad worked on Wall Street in 1965…

    I’m going to try & sign off now… But those are the facts. Silver & Gold are “kind of” the penultimate “disinformation campaign” – largely since “value” is all around us – real estate, warehouses filled to the brim with goods, and … of course … bank accounts filled with digi-dollars.

    The anti-shyster days of denouncing the violence & repression are kind of over. If you want financial over-sight (the corruption) — GO TO THE LIBRARY and LOOK AT THE OLD NEWS-PAPERS from “1960’s America” or “1950’s Dallas Fort Worth.” The financial system in this country really is a “financial holocaust” in my OPINION. They back up their corruption with electronic implantation of the population. People at Wal-Mart are digi-electronic-slaves.

    Over & Out.

    • Adask

      April 28, 2016 at 1:17 PM

      Yes, there’s lots of “value” all around us besides silver and gold. People can buy land, tools, factories, equipment, etc. etc. But gold and silver aren’t simply about “value”. They’re also about liquidity. You can put all of your wealth into land, if you like, but if the day ever comes when you have to buy some groceries, how easy will it be to trade a couple of hundred square feet of your land for some steaks and cans of beans? In the same situation, how hard will it be to trade some gold or silver coin for some groceries?

      In a worst-case scenario, nothing is going to be easy. However, some things (like trading land for groceries) will be extremely difficult, while other things (trading gold or silver for groceries) will be comparatively easy.

      Liquidity. It’s one of the big reasons why people should put their wealth (at lest some of it) into gold and silver.

  19. palani

    April 28, 2016 at 5:33 PM

    Ownership starts with yourself. If you act like a servant then you have no status to own anything.

    Take insurance for instance (please). Once you accept an insurance policy you enter the world of limited liability rather than full responsibility. You leave the common law world behind. Insurance is and always has been a maritime instrument that congress permitted to come ashore in the 1840s. Forget the banking system. Insurance is far more damaging (and damning).

    Gold and silver is about maintaining status. It is not now nor has it ever been about obtaining the most value. Those who think this way have only one purpose:



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