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Reinhardt Thread - "Suggestions and Predictions"

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posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 02:56 PM
lets see who the fall guys are - Wachovia, Golden West Loans Probed by U.S. Prosecutors, SEC

Prosecutors are examining whether Golden West Financial, which Wachovia acquired in 2006, fraudulently lured borrowers into mortgages, such as by switching them into more expensive loans or falsifying financial information so they could qualify, Russoniello said. His office and SEC investigators in San Francisco are also scrutinizing whether the banks misled investors about the quality of Golden West's loans, he said.

``We are looking down, in terms of what borrowers were told, and we're looking up at what investors were led to believe,'' Russoniello said in an interview today. He characterized the inquiry as preliminary.

posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 02:57 PM

Originally posted by warrenb
Dow Jones drops almost 5% today ~ 8,015.92 -408.83
(20 min before closing bell)

some one brought up a (on glp i think) a while ago about activity that happens 20 mins before the closing bell. cant remember who it was though.

posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 02:58 PM
It is getting extremely weird now.

not a one liner.

posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 02:59 PM
reply to post by kaspermartyrphantom

Dow Jones 7,992.26 -432.49 -5.13%
(10 min before last bell)

posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 03:03 PM
Quite the increase in revenue

Note GPS and satellite are key. I am off to a meeting but there is something here!

[edit on 19-11-2008 by nikki6278]

posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 03:03 PM
holy hell, were in the 7000's now

posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 03:39 PM
Can I get some help with all of this?


r=mentions cancer

teamed up in 2004 with DNAPRINT™ to Predict Patients Response to Chemotherapy

changed ticker from DNAP to DNAG.PK

graph looks weird
they have NO $

In the last five years, Ellis Astin Grading, Villa Rica, GA, has gone from an $8 million company working on small public projects to a $50 million+ commercial and industrial grading contractor known throughout Georgia and Alabama.

Ellis Astin first invested in GPS technology about two years ago to improve grading efficiency. Since then, the jobs have gotten bigger and the client requirements for speed and accuracy have increased.

check it:

Ellis Astin saw almost immediate benefits from its investment. The company had been contracted to complete a four-phase excavation and grading project on a 300-acre site that included a large warehouse and buildings facilities. On the first and second phase, Sorrell and his team initially used conventional total station technology. "I brought the Leica GPS900 to the jobsite soon after it arrived," says Sorrell. Productivity jumped by 40% to 50%.

Last year, Ellis Astin set aside its older GPS products for a new generation of builder's professional measurement equipment. Consisting of an RX900 controller and ATX900 GPS antennas, the all-on-the-pole Leica GPS900 RTK solution is suited for one-person topographic surveys and stakeouts.

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[edit on 19-11-2008 by kaspermartyrphantom]

posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 03:41 PM
reply to post by kaspermartyrphantom

there's a couple of people looking into it kasper. bear with em to put stuff together.

it is looking interesting

posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 03:50 PM
Well, I have kinda hit a wall. Too much info and my head is spinning. Hopefully someone can put this all together.

posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 05:23 PM
from ish:

from R~~:

hey there

very close


we have several different layers of password entrances

by Sunday morning you will get the first password

after yourself and the other 10 or so then the password scheme will transfer to another robust system

only stipulation

no content leaks or posting or conversation of content to anyone at any time
no password sharing

This is, of course, preliminary. There are folks that have earned passwords via 'Caption' award, post content and interest, and chat communications. I am sure R~~ has other 'algorithms' he will use at his discretion, however, the folks that are receiving the passwords should have been contacted. R~~ can be stretched at times and may have missed some, I am sure he will let me know.

Good luck all and the time for the agenda grind has come...



Don't forget us stiffs over here!

[edit on 19-11-2008 by shermanium]

[edit on 19-11-2008 by shermanium]

posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 07:26 PM
The distraction begins?

Al-Zawahiri lashes out at Obama...

posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 09:03 PM

Daschle will be secretary of HHS

Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) will be secretary of health and human services in the Obama administration, with the delicate mission of shepherding a health care bill through Congress at a time of punishing budget constraints, two senior Democratic officials said.

Daschle was also considered for health care czar in the White House, but President-elect Barack Obama’s transition team decided he could be more effective with “Secretary” in front of his name.

“Of all the proposals that Obama wants to enact, health care requires the most input and tough negotiations,” one of the Democratic officials said. “No one knows the House and Senate like Tom Daschle.”

Daschle was also considered for White House chief of staff before that post went to Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-Ill.).

Daschle, who will be 61 next month, will focus on what the official called the “30,000-foot” part of the job, with powerful deputies handling day-to-day matters. “He’s going to do the broader perspective,” the official said.

Daschle was an early mentor of Obama's, encouraging the freshman senator to consider running for president despite the long odds. Daschle helped line up support for Obama in the Senate — and after losing his reelection fight in 2004, Daschle sent his key operatives and aides to work for Obama in his Senate office and his presidential campaign.

He is not a registed lobbyist, but he works as a "special public policy adviser" at the law firm Alston & Bird, advising clients on public policy related to financial services, health care, energy, telecommunications and taxes, according to the firm's website.

Daschle's wife, however, is one of Washington's top lobbyists. Linda Daschle, a former deputy administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, represents airlines, airports and aviation manufacturers as a lobbyist with Baker Donelson. She recused herself from lobbying the Senate while her husband served there, and might have to wade through a similar thicket with him taking the health and human services post.

posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 12:37 AM
OK so I have been thinking about it more. As I see it BoA is not investing their bail out money in china. BoA is transferring its assets so that the corporation is well insulated from the US depression.

The auto industry wants a bridge to make up for the banks that are no longer giving them credit. I would bet they want that bridge to goto China and india. And they don't wanna pay to transfer their assets either, instead they want a bailout to pay for the outsourcing. Which makes alot of sense considering the timing, the war and that pipeline project.

I don't know who holder is yet.

I already know how the medical industry works.

But that last bit about knowing the past knowing the future.

I know how the last reich worked. How the youth were whiped into service first then a few years later after they aged ,the german expansion began.

I know some US bankers backed hitlers war and when the war ended many a german and many a germans money came over here. The sons and grandsons of these people went into politics and became our leaders.

Today I notice alot of finical backing from China.

If history is to repeat then we should see another World War and when it ends the corporations and the power mongers will be fully relocated across the ocean once again. On a flat world this "lets move east plan" would not of worked for as long as it has but in a round world they can always pull up there stakes and run away to return and pillage the same region another day.

Any thoughts? Am I understanding Rs logic better?
And Why does my password I was given not work?

posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 01:43 AM
reply to post by kaspermartyrphantom

I will be speaking soon with those very close to this situation in the coming days and will follow up...

I'm probably off on this bit (been too long) but at one time there was a huge stink reguarding this area and a state politician that blocked what at one time was going to be a major corridor across the ATL North Metro area on 20. This project is of course the exact site being refferenced. 20 has always been a little highway between 575 and 75 that carries serious traffic but the terrain is of course very rocky and hilly as well as having Lake Alatoona running along a good bit of its border. Moreover, its the only logical higway and location to connect Cherokee Co. with the rest of ATL. This is important given that Cherokee Co. is booming with people fleeing ATL and the already saturated burbs of Marietta etc..Once again the problem being with this growth is people simply have a very very difficult time reaching the areas they most likely work in such as NE ATL and instead must travel south directly into ATL and backup which is hours upon hours of commute. The point being this area has unbeleivable potential and of course with that comes greed. As to where, what who I surely hope to find out soon and will follow up immediatly

posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 02:21 AM
reply to post by Criskahta

So would you say I'm on target? Are you familiar with this whole Reinhardt thing? If so, Which lawyer is going to die soon? Will it be Jim Cramer, Alice Martin, or Eric Holder?

posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 02:28 AM
reply to post by kaspermartyrphantom

For my two cents I say none of the above. The holder piece was from the Clinton years. What makes you think a lawyer will die with in the next few weeks?

posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 02:33 AM
I've posted my thoughts and connections already. Reinhardt told me a lawyer will die soon. Also this:

Advice For U.S. Attorney Generals:

Start Looking For Another Job

The main problem with “secret globalism”:

You can’t go tellin’ the peasants which countries..

the King’s advisors are travelin’ to.

Very few “public servants” know knew this better than..

Ron (”Enron”) Brown

posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 02:42 AM
reply to post by titorite

yep, you are understanding the idea of it now.

was it an old password you had? if so they stopped working ages ago. subscribers will be give passwords to other areas of the site whilst the free section will still remain.

posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 02:45 AM
reply to post by Criskahta

good information explaining the area there - thanks. keep us updated.

posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 02:48 AM
reply to post by justyc

Yes YES.. The original email with my password was in my spam box for some reason....

And I want to see all the premium stuff too.

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