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The inspiration behind these rumors may have been the posting of images of medallions created by coin designer Daniel Carr. Carr, who designed the New York and Rhode Island 2001 statehood quarters, sells medals and tokens of his own design on his commercial website, "Designs Computed" (also known as "DC Coin"). Among his designs are a series of gold, silver and copper fantasy issues of "amero coins" ranging in denomination from one to one thousand. The coins have the legend "Union of North America" on the back with his company's logo, a stylized "DC", in small type. Concerning his "amero" designs, he mentions on his website:
reply to post by downtown436
Hal Turner is an FBI shill. He cannot be trusted
Hal Turner is one serious extremist. He may also be on the FBI payroll.
On Jan. 1, unidentified hackers electronically confronted Turner in the forum of his website for “The Hal Turner Show.” After a heated exchange, they told Turner that they had successfully hacked into his E-mails and found correspondence with an FBI agent who is apparently Turner’s handler. Then they posted an alleged July 7 E-mail to the agent in which Turner hands over a message from someone who sent in a death threat against Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wisc.). “Once again,” Turner writes to his handler, “my fierce rhetoric has served to flush out a possible crazy.” In what is allegedly a portion of another E-mail, Turner discusses the money he is paid.
On Thursday, as the E-mail exchange was heatedly discussed on a major neo-Nazi website, Turner suddenly announced he was quitting political work. “I hereby separate from the ‘pro-White’ movement,” he said, adding that he was ending his radio show immediately. “I will no longer involve myself in any aspect of it.”
The FBI declined comment. “Longstanding FBI policy prohibits disclosing who may or may not provide information,” Agent Richard Kolko of the agency’s press unit said. Reached in New Jersey, Turner also declined all comment.
The apparent revelation set off a torrent of criticism from experts in criminology and the use of informants. “This is clearly over the line,” said James Nolan, an associate sociology professor at West Virginia University who is an expert in police procedure and a former unit chief in the FBI’s Crime Analysis, Research and Development Unit. “Informants may be involved in drugs, and you overlook that because of the greater good. However, these are viable threats — they could be carried out — that the FBI clearly knows about. I want to see the FBI stop it.”
ast month, Hal Turner told the public WaMu would collapse; 9 days later, it did.
Washington Mutual - One of the Nations Largest Banks Having Trouble
By Alex S. Gabor, published Apr 17, 2007
The banks that have fueled their inflated paychecks for the past decade are in for a rude awakening.
Get ready, if you own property in the USA, to take another 10% to 20% hit on your home equity, and if you haven't sold yet, you may not be able to any time soon without shorting your own mortgage, especially if home values drop below your current outstanding mortgage balances.
Both Downey Savings and Washington Mutual are about to catch a cold, perhaps go into a fatal fever and wind up in shot gun weddings with healthier, more financially honest and sound institutions.
I do not let this cloud my view of anybody.
reply to post by ProfEmeritus
Think about it. If he is working with the FBI, why else would he keep these wild stories going? Enough said?