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posted on Oct, 26 2009 @ 11:43 AM
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posted on Oct, 26 2009 @ 12:19 PM
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Well, my problem with that is it's a story reported by infowars, which isn't a reliable news source, who are translating a story from somewhere overseas. I scanned through the story and there is incorrect information such as the North American vaccine not containing squalene. It does in fact contain squalene.

I just don't trust them as a reliable news source, but I don't doubt it's possible they received a vaccine without the adjuvants.



posted on Oct, 26 2009 @ 01:03 PM
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Well reliable or not the so call inforwars and other unreliable sources where the first ones that predicted the downfall of the American economy even when we had our own president back them Bush telling that our economy was sound and that nothing was wrong.

I personal will never see the infowars sites with the same eyes again and for the squalene the government promised that it was going to be bashes of flu without it, guess what is a lie, the same way that some states are now lowering their standards of mercury on the vaccines to allow the swine flu vaccines to be used on children and pregnant women.

So hey who do you trust, I don't trust anything that comes of the mouth of our government and their corporate pimps.

Still this the thread here in ATS with German news on the special vaccines been manufacture for the and other 5 nations.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Oct, 26 2009 @ 10:11 PM
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I read in the local newspaper and saw a picture of cars lined up for people to take the Flu shot and it lasted 15 minutes before running out. Baaaaaa!!!.

could have been a yearly Flu shot though.

Has anyone noticed our Politicians in congress has not mentioned anything of them taking the H1N1 shots yet. Hmmmm.

Amazon Stocks:

open: 118.49
close: 124.63 - +6.14 - 5.18%



posted on Oct, 27 2009 @ 04:14 AM
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My analysis of the GEAB report from october 15.

Japan is definitely trying to leave the US influence, knowing that it's over for the US. China-India GDP world share is only 21.4% when it was around 47-50% from 1500 to 1850...so they will grow back to around that. Only 37% of the currencies bought by the banks were US dollars when the reserves are at 63%...meaning they are phasing them out.

In July 09, 100 billion in capital left the US...when the US needs at least 100 billion/month for the deficit...so who's buying those? Not the american consumer, they have no credit or money, not foreigners, they are leaving the dollar... the FED is printing them.

From around 2004 to 2007-early 2008, foreigners were buying around 800 billion of long term US securities...right now it's going below 0$. Projected deficits : 1 trillion/year for the next 10 years... US is screwed.

Unemployment is rising in Europe...6.8% beginning of 2008, now around 9.8%...

Next president of the European Central Bank could be Mario Draghi, FORMER GOLDMAN SACHS guy... what a surprise...


According to economists, if the ECB didn't buy all those dollars, the euro would already be at 2.50$=1euro ... it will reach that within a year, now they won't be able to stop it effectively..and it will affect millions of exporting jobs in Europe and everything labelled in US dollar will rise.

Countries that will be massively affected in all aspect of life and will see violence...US, Mexico, Argentina, UK, Island and middle east.

Things to have: Gold and most precious metal, euro, yen, yuan and real... don't have US dollars or british pound...

Bernanke will have to raise the interest rates when the dollar is crashing... and a lot... and fast.... this will be a nightmare. Stock market rally is fake...don't go in there.

Basically, if you're in the US or UK, be prepared for everything or leave.

Not much we already didn't know... just confirming...

[edit on 27-10-2009 by Vitchilo]



posted on Oct, 27 2009 @ 05:11 AM
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Whoever called that strong dollar short squeeze...good job...


That move around 11am est was impressive...Euro took a nice hit there...

I wonder if someone dropped some Gold on the Market or what...

Very funny watching CNBS sputter and stammer on the move though...


Shanghai Composite 3,021.459 3:00AM ET Down 88.107 (2.83%)
Hang Seng 22,169.59 4:01AM ET Down 420.14 (1.86%)
BSE 30 16,328.46 5:58AM ET Down 412.04 (2.46%)
Nikkei 225 10,212.46 3:00AM ET Down 150.16 (1.45%)

ATX 2,604.61 5:54AM ET Down 76.58 (2.86%)
BEL-20 2,450.14 6:09AM ET Down 43.11 (1.73%)
FTSE 100 5,198.86 5:54AM ET Up 7.12 (0.14%)
CAC 40 3,752.00 5:54AM ET Up 7.55 (0.20%)
DAX 5,649.89 5:54AM ET Up 7.73 (0.14%)

9819.96 9849.0 29.04
1063.6 1066.9 3.30



posted on Oct, 27 2009 @ 09:50 AM
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Dark Pools' Help Investors: Goldman Sachs

So, one of the ways that the markets are been manipulated call "Dark Pools are actually ran largely by no other than Goldman Sach.


Dark pools are trading platforms where buyers and sellers can anonymously match large blocks of stock, keeping details of the deals and prices concealed to prevent distorting prices in the broader market.


They are now fighting to keep the anonymous investors from transparency. Got to love how this crocks control the markets.

I will love to know who are the other darl Pool investors that are from Credit Suisse.

www.cnbc.com...



posted on Oct, 27 2009 @ 04:20 PM
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That some good recovery...


937,840 Foreclosures Q3, Highest Ever
www.usfst.com...
What recovery? There were 937,840 foreclosures in Q3 in the US, according to RealtyTrac, the highest quarterly level since they starting issuing reports in 2005. Let's take a closer look via giant sexy graphic visualization.
www.usfst.com...
Sure home sales have picked up the past few months, but is it sustainable, or mainly people trying to get in before the new homebuyer tax credit expires in November?

Consumers are more stressed than ever to make their mortgage payments. With hundreds of thousands of Option-ARM mortgages resetting this month, high unemployment, strapped bank accounts and cut credit lines, the housing crisis is far from over



posted on Oct, 27 2009 @ 05:19 PM
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Interesting but they are using still the cash for clunkers number along with the home sold due to the credit as the overall retail numbers for the month.

Can you believe that?




posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 06:02 AM
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OK Kiddies...here we go???

^AORD All Ordinaries 4,687.300 1:47AM ET Down 67.600 (1.42%)
^SSEC Shanghai Composite 3,031.329 3:00AM ET Up 9.87 (0.33%)
^HSI Hang Seng 21,761.58 4:01AM ET Down 408.01 (1.84%)
^BSESN BSE 30 16,283.49 6:29AM ET Down 69.91 (0.43%)
^JKSE Jakarta Composite 2,355.314 5:00AM ET Down 69.887 (2.88%)
^N225 Nikkei 225 10,075.05 3:00AM ET Down 137.41 (1.35%)
^NZ50 NZSE 50 3,202.780 12:31AM ET Up 10.309 (0.32%)
^STI Straits Times 2,648.98 5:10AM ET Down 45.52 (1.69%)
^KS11 Seoul Composite 1,609.71 5:03AM ET Down 39.82 (2.41%)
^TWII Taiwan Weighted 7,533.95 1:46AM ET Down 123.39 (1.61%)

^ATX ATX 2,462.06 6:43AM ET Down 131.61 (5.07%)
^BFX BEL-20 2,406.12 6:58AM ET Down 36.92 (1.51%)
^FCHI CAC 40 3,679.04 6:43AM ET Down 64.91 (1.73%)
^GDAXI DAX 5,538.57 6:43AM ET Down 96.45 (1.71%)
^AEX AEX General 305.02 6:58AM ET Down 6.11 (1.96%)
^OSEAX OSE All Share 380.62 6:43AM ET Down 8.16 (2.10%)
^IXX ISE National-100 N/A 0.00 (0.00%)
^SMSI Madrid General 1,189.42 6:40AM ET Down 26.07 (2.14%)
^OMXSPI Stockholm General 285.31 6:57AM ET Down 3.79 (1.31%)
^SSMI Swiss Market 6,281.53 6:43AM ET Down 86.44 (1.36%)
^FTSE FTSE 100 5,105.39 6:43AM ET Down 95.58 (1.84%)

FUTURES FAIR VALUE:

9834.17 9778.0 -56.17
1060.01 1053.6 -6.41

[edit on 10/28/2009 by Hx3_1963]



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 06:34 AM
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Maybe I can get back to the starting line today.
I'd love to see a 300 point down day.
Or a 1000 point down day!



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 08:09 AM
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Ok people, guess who needs another bailout and is already with the treasury looking into a third bail out.

GMAC, yes you got it, another bailout


The U.S. Treasury Department is in talks with GMAC Financial Services Inc about a possible third cash infusion to the company, an Obama administration official confirmed on Tuesday night.


I guess the cash for clunkers benefited China after all.

www.cnbc.com...



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 08:24 AM
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Originally posted by marg6043
Ok people, guess who needs another bailout and is already with the treasury looking into a third bail out.

GMAC, yes you got it, another bailout


The U.S. Treasury Department is in talks with GMAC Financial Services Inc about a possible third cash infusion to the company, an Obama administration official confirmed on Tuesday night.


I guess the cash for clunkers benefited China after all.

www.cnbc.com...



Типични социјализам...

Ahem... Typical Socialism


This is the future: from your gross income, contributions are taken for, par example: health insurance, social insurance, culture, education, internet, banking, roads, waterworks, parks, kindergartens... everyone pays during lifetime, like it or not, and it's mandatory...

I mention Internet too, because Murdock's project of charging news on the Internet is only going to work this (socialist) way.




posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 11:28 AM
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Originally posted by Vitchilo
That some good recovery...


937,840 Foreclosures Q3, Highest Ever
www.usfst.com...
What recovery? There were 937,840 foreclosures in Q3 in the US, according to RealtyTrac, the highest quarterly level since they starting issuing reports in 2005. Let's take a closer look via giant sexy graphic visualization.
www.usfst.com...
Sure home sales have picked up the past few months, but is it sustainable, or mainly people trying to get in before the new homebuyer tax credit expires in November?

Consumers are more stressed than ever to make their mortgage payments. With hundreds of thousands of Option-ARM mortgages resetting this month, high unemployment, strapped bank accounts and cut credit lines, the housing crisis is far from over


Cool, so this sets us up for recovery! You see, if 1 out of ever 137 houses in the USA was foreclosed on last Qtr, then the number is likely not to get worse. That means next quarter - when only 750,000 houses are foreclosed upon - we can say it is a clear sign of recovery!

Remember the gov't mantra! "If it cannot get worse, it can only get better!"



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 03:41 PM
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Another bad day for the markets. 1% + down worldwide. Maybe there was something to the webbot forecast. It did mention beginning on the 25th and escalating to Nov 7.



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 05:11 PM
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In others news, Ireland is about to defaut... another big crisis that could bring us all down again.

Irish bank today... -20%...


Here..not looking good.

I'm sure Ireland defaulting is some kind of recovery sign... because once they will have defaulted, it will only be better from that point... or will it...


[edit on 28-10-2009 by Vitchilo]



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 06:33 PM
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Interesting spot

First time we have violated 50 EMA

Tommorow is either the reversal or our way back down to 200 ema which should make a lot of people happy on the short term at least



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 07:15 PM
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The Dow fell 119.48, or 1.2 percent, to 9,762.69. The index is down in five of the past seven days.

Broader indexes fell for a fourth straight day, the longest streak of losses in about a month.

The Standard & Poor's 500 index slid 20.78, or 2 percent, to 1,042.63. The Nasdaq dropped 56.48, or 2.7 percent, to 2,059.61.

The Russell 2000 index fell 20.63, or 3.5 percent, to 566.36.

At the New York Stock Exchange 2,777 stocks fell, while 322 rose. Consolidated volume came to 6.7 billion shares compared with 5.4 billion Tuesday.

Crude oil fell $2.09 to settle at $77.46 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Gold fell. $1.90 to $1,028.00 per oz.

Looks like investors are getting jittery...



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 10:49 PM
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This is supposed to be big... especially for the US dollar... someone can explain it to me?


Saudis drop WTI oil contract

Saudi Arabia on Wednesday decided to drop the widely used West Texas Intermediate oil contract as the benchmark for pricing its oil, dealing a serious blow to the New York Mercantile Exchange.

The decision by the world’s biggest oil exporter could encourage other producers to abandon the benchmark and threatens the dominance of the world’s most heavily traded oil futures contract. It is the main contract traded on Nymex.

Seems to me that it's no big deal...



posted on Oct, 29 2009 @ 06:07 AM
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For some time now the Saudis have said the fair market price for their oil should be $80 a barrel... as long as their tied to US prices that's not going to happen. depending on market conditions it will be higher or lower... they, drowning in their own debt want it higher...

At the same time there have been major new discoveries of oil here in the states. fields big enough to drive OPEC prices down... this is a huge gamble for them. one that could pay off or remove their biggest customer??? time will tell




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