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good patty, this is the kaiser report i max kaiser. did you know that this is the 400 year anniversary of the very 1st thanksgiving? think about the 400 years of thanksgiving in north america. really incredible milestone stacy right. well the very 1st thanksgiving was in 1621 and plymouth, massachusetts monitored a plymouth massachusetts, and it wasn't called thanksgiving. then it wasn't called thanksgiving until under abraham lincoln. and the 18 sixty's, you know, we're going to look at some of the things we're thankful for this year. and i'm going to focus on the h word. i'm going to focus on hyperinflation. hyper hardship and hyper bitcoin
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ization, they all go together. so let's 1st i guess talk about the hyperinflation, because that was the big h word of 2021. it started, i guess with michael berry, he, before he made a whole bunch of disastrous bet, shorting big coin, shorting tesla. he shorted a bunch of things that he shouldn't have, but he did call it right in terms of hyperinflation. he said that we were in like the 7th or 8th year of the weimar inflation. that then turn to hyperinflation suddenly. so he said that early in like march or april of 2021, and then lo and behold, a few months later jack dorsey did call it. and i think this honesty this open this, this truth that everybody is able to hear when they, when they are told and warned about by profession. i think it's, you know, it's a reckoning with not only our past going back to the 1st thanksgiving,
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but with the same sort of crimes committed against the indians that were committed against the people ongoing of plunder through inflation. such thing michael barry was right about hyperinflation. and then made negative bats or salt short stuff that would go up in a hyper inflation. so he, he had a good idea there, but his bets that he made, based on that idea, were completely opposite to what you would do in a hyper inflation. so, and he took himself off twitter, you know, gratefully, and i think he's got a lot of gratitude and he's, thanks thinking for he's thankful this year that he's no longer on twitter making a public spectacle of himself. but also the thanksgiving dinner this year in america is saving new all time high and as reflect that reflection of the price increases. janet yellen is now saying that the inflation is going to be here for a while, a transitory christina garrett over at the european central bank has come out with
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the common saying, you know what, this inflation is, not transitory. it's going to be here for a while. all of the supply chain disruptions that are contributing to the inflation hyperinflation are now becoming entrenched and creating and negative feedback loops where supplies are shortcoming. and that creates demand destruction, which reduces manufacturing those supplies which creates more supply shortages. so there is the reinforcement there, just like all the money printing would create artificial demand for stuff. and so they mail all over manufactured and put millions of cars and parking lots. and now it's all running in reverse. and hyperinflation is a word that you know, that is a political event. that means a loss of confidence in the currency. and joe's jack dorsey is making a bold claim and he immediately elicited comments from the world's devil's crowd
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and acknowledge professors chastising him for even suggesting that he should talk about what's really going on. because it could be, it could start what's really happening that he's suggesting he shouldn't talk about it because it might happen. and he's about say it's all about the entropy, right? like the flowers disintegrating, that's entropy, right? things decay, things fall apart. and the thing that is the money and the monetary system, the reality of the fat world around us, is disintegrating. and that's a good thing at the end of the day. so perhaps they could control inflation and deflation by raising interest say it's lowering interest, say it's printing more money withdrawing money, reverse repo, repo is all that sort of stuff. those are tools for them to control inflation and deflation. what they cannot control, which nobody in history has been able to control is hyperinflation. because that's a shift in mindset, there's no going back. once the mind changes their opinion about enough people
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within that community changes their opinion about whether or not the central bank has control over this currency. and i think it's a good thing ultimately, you know, it's a short, sharp disaster, but eventually, well the, the mine shaft is the, the high shaft that's a good, good near lodge is on for 2020 was a mine shaft that happened. they got shafted in the mine, you know, you know, they say that the money, the more from your current, the reserve currency of the us dollar is always said dollars back by us military. i think those scenes of the who has leaving capital, leaving billions, tens of billions of dollars with the military hardware behind and essentially losing the afghani disaster. really put the steak into the heart of anyone out there who thinks that the dollar is not completely vulnerable. right. well, you know, speaking of mind shaft, you know,
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that dollars is nice. it's everyone has lined up the stairs and it's falling down the mind. shaft of the ideology that you can command and control. 7000000000 people . how many people are there on earth like all that micro manage all their details? you saw that in the, in the last few months where they're starting to, like, want to monitor everything, have total surveillance over every single thing. you're purchasing everything you're consuming so that they can somehow control it because they feel you see that they're projecting that their own feeling that they're losing control as paranoia right, just like the saucy and east germany decided that they need to spy on everyone. 247, and every single micro transaction that they were doing. because they're paranoid about losing power. sam to the united states, they're paranoid that people are going to buy bitcoin, they're going to opt out. they're going to move out of the country. they're going to do an iran and simply leave. so the policy makers are paranoid and they the
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answer. they think they need the spy more, they need to gather more data. facebook is now called meta, they're going to control the meta verse. they're going to control your thoughts. your actions are mere money, your emotions, it's all going to be controlled. and of course, the more you try to control it, the less ability you have to control it. and it's like love isn't it? the more you try to love something, the harder you know, if it doesn't work, you got to let things breathe, you've got to let things live. and so the way for the united states to get out of this problem is to bring back free market competition. get rid of the fed because the fed is the one single most destructive force within the economy and then go back to having freedom, right, but now they're going to triple down on drac coney and imprisonment. and the cyber go lag, and the casino go leg and we know where the story goes. we know how the movie ends
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that chickens are home to roost. this thanksgiving or no more turkey on the menu. price is too high. we're going to have to go for the little chickens, the old, the de larry, and factory farm chicken chickens, the central bankers, the chickens are coming home to roost for them. really. that's thanks, aaron. hopefully you have plucky, right back there behind you because i think i had time to bring them out because talking about plot bought in chickens, let us look at all. plucky, they got a plot tar by the mine shifter's done shafted by somebody's mind. j. powell ordered, jeffrey, good, ordinary, ready to be called for? thanks for your for don't doing much. wanted to stop me. i'm tardy. shafting me, stacy, why? why? right? so in there falling down the mine shaft. right. they there, the ideology has just like it's done. no. well, for 50 years now,
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you know, in august of this year 2021. we passed the 50th anniversary of an all fi out world where by fee we had to obey and listen to. and then all the economic actors had to abide by the cycles are turning on a cycle to 400. your thanksgiving cycle, the kendra cough cycle, the 4th during the cycle, all cycles the business cycle, the interest rate cycle, all turning at the same time. at the same day, the clocks that rule, the universe are all breaking simultaneously into a new phantasmagoria. when by talkie and a contrary of means on the internet, the 400 year thanksgiving cycle. so see we come up with new stuff here on the kaiser are only here here, but mine shaft falling down to mine shaft to hear about the 400 year thanksgiving cycle. well, you see, be president. look, guard after sol searching phase of rising inflation will last longer than originally expected. something back, christie. she doesn't have
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a so she's going to be searching for 3rd and then she'll never find her. so here's a list. i know this is probably reminding you of the person sitting across from the table from you at this i thanksgiving meal and when the one time a year you have to go see a crazy uncle and then out there because they can't afford it anymore. shriek, they're having all thanksgiving and it's in can like they do in london. it's all in this tune. it's called thanksgiving christmas gin, and he got the turkey in the stuffing in the cranberry all and lay it up in your little 10 and just bored out of your 10 can eat that up and cost about bucks. 09 from tesco happy thanksgiving. losers, tesco is a british brad, it's not about a mile over there in great britain. they, that's where they got thanksgiving and christmas and i can ok. so back to the story . so in terms of the inflation and then terms of the, the wheels falling off the,
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you know, the engine of capitalism, as all of the architects have fallen down the mine shaft, is that always throughout capitalism when free markets are actually working. the thing about high prices is that they've always been a solution to high prices. yes, exactly. it's called the business cycle, right? so high prices are the cure for high prices because you have demand destruction, which forces people to lower prices to increase demand. and typically, the way they do that is by productivity gains and buy innovation gains and by free market capitalism. so there's nothing wrong with the business cycle. there's nothing wrong with the and the flow of nature, the tides come in the tides go out. the moon goes around the earth and the earth goes around the sun and it's all very natural. but when you try stuff, nature down your throat like green in a fall gras farm, you end up not only getting clocked to death, but you end up with an economy that doesn't serve anybody except the go lag runners
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who are at the head of this club talker, say, look, everybody dreams about being something better. plucky dreams about being a swan. that's a plucky dream about being a swan some day. if you destroy people's dreams, you destroy their ability to be productive in your free economy. and therefore you have to just be a prison runner, and it's a god awful mass and i hate to see it here in the land of the free and the home of the brave. but i've seen it right now on there's more under anniversary year of the thanksgiving cycle. stacey, can you stay for another segment? i hope everybody else will go away. we're coming right back. don't go away with
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oh, when i was showing wrong, when i just don't a have to fill out the scene because the advocate and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look so common ground. and he really is no thing, they can't ride on police report. it's an all cash in december 2020 a group of anti fascist. sell out a film crew access for 3 months. so if people organization, if an idea that fascism must be opposed to channel out the game while they may kill their faces. but they can say what they believe in. we believe in helping our community. we believe that fascism is one of the major threats to the united states
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as gotten reuben, this is a chance to see who and t for really are in order for me to extract my 1st amendment right and say that my life matter, i have to be on to the teacher that i felt good, we can't trust the police, we can't trust the government. we can't trust anyone except ourselves to protect ourselves. in the recent written house, verdict is a cautionary tale for many in power ideology from to anything resembling justice. the jury thought otherwise. unfortunately, our leads when more times than not, they were informed by their ideology and they were pursuing a revolution from the top down. the me. hey, welcome back to my face is thanksgiving van tango. we just finished our cranberry
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stuffing. got plucky on the things. just got back from the thanksgiving day parade . there was a clunky book flow and balloon this year at the macy's thanksgiving crates. they had a 90 foot long, plucky, floating over central park south in new york city. i don't know if you caught that or not joining me here now. to review this great thanksgiving day is stacy herbert the fantastic, the beautiful they were source of all the intelligent, all around nice gal, stacy, what up? right, so at the end of the 1st half here on thanksgiving day special, we were discussing the fact that in capitalism, in the old capitalism, before we had this, you know, whatever we have now, what would you call? it was the best way to say, cut, talk or see hackers back or see communism. it doesn't. okay. well yeah, because the cure for high prices has always been high prices, but we don't have that anymore. we saw that the extraordinary events of 2021. we're
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kind of like an echo boom of the extraordinary events of 2020, where we saw a negative oil prices. that the extraordinary, which was an echo boom of extraordinary events, 820182019. and that was negative interest rate. so time had no value and energy had no value. and then we get to 2021. there is just money galore. you would think people would be thankful for that because why not like you're getting thousands of dollars. some people are getting trillions of dollars up at the top. it's either continuous eco effect. it's like a doppler effect, a paper put, but never stop printing. i take it all. there's no print baby brain that they don't care who they kill.
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terrible because of the money printing because of the loathing of the elite right? the institutions and the elite take facts of nature, price signal cycles, they take them personally and there, there's almost like a vendetta, against these things like a business cycle. so how dare you go down under my watch, like in there's this is like attempt to control all. so like in 2021. i think one of the most extraordinary things was used. car prices, right? like that. car prices went out. so extraordinary ally, to a point where for some time there was a point where by the used car prices were going up more than like usually like the old adage in u. s. capitalism is as soon as you drive your car off the lot, it's not even got half of my on it. it drops in value by 102030 percent just
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driving it off the lot when that it's going up and up and up. and in fact, you could buy some of the used vehicles for more than you could buy the manufacturers suggested retail price anyway for the new vehicles until the auto dealers caught on and they started to jack up the market adjusted rate, right? to increase the price that people are willing to pay up and above the m s. m r p. right cars were in can tango, which is why fi as another price signal that you could and clunky, the world's greatest economist amory, ever thought about putting cars in a contain go. but the fact being that these market adjusted prices that you're seeing on the stickers for the cars, like here's the car for $60000.00, market adjusted price, $80000.00. that's obviously when you're jacking a price is like that in a matter of minutes. that's exactly what you see in an economy suffering
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hyperinflation, where people are rushing and looking to buy stuff before the price goes up. next, our price is going up by the hour. and still people are really in denial about this happening with a dollar and in the united states unless you look at bitcoin because as big coin becomes the world reserve currency, then you realize that the us dollar has been in hyper inflationary collapse against the dollar. now for 10 years or 200 percent years losing purchasing power against big coin in the case of the us dollar and big coin now is set to continue to go another 102030 years of these type of hyperbolic gains. that means the dollar is going to go effectively to 0 against big coin and the world knows it. it's not a secret anymore. and even plucky is out there stacking fast, aren't you're blocking the chickens coming home to roost. and i do want to say, you know, the good thing, of course, this year we've seen extraordinary shortages and all sorts of things. and all the container ships lined up outside long beach with all the the good that you
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probably really want to remember, like the good old days go to, you know, one of the big change stores like walmart beat somebody to a pulp. so you can get, you know, a cut price, flat screen television, and hopefully there won't be any supply this year, so you don't have to, like it'll spare your dignity, you want a bidding of some guy over a toy for christmas or walmart, they're going to go down there and beat somebody up for a half a pound of sugar. right or a half a pounds of flour or maybe one egg that will be held up like a fabric a egg. and they'll be bidding on a christy's $50000.00 for one egg as a value of that the money goes and bob weigh style down to 0 and against big coin. certainly. well, that brings me, i guess, to the conclusion to the last half of this for the 2nd half of the show of the special on thanksgiving. and that is that 1st thanksgiving meal, because i think it's important to remember why the chickens are coming home to
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roost. 400 years later what we did and that 1st day, so in 1621. the mayflower landed. they had set sail in 1620, and i think it was september october of 1620 from england. and lena, they landed that chris was a long journey $66.00 days, and they were camped off off of plymouth. and they said the winter in the boat, half the people died. they came ashore in the spring of 1621, and the locals who were called the wampanoag native. americans fed them, they help them, they, they taught them how to grow corn. they did all these nice things for them. and then they shared shared mail. 1621 for thanksgiving. by the 18th century, they were no more. they were wiped out through disease through killing. they were slaughtered and they were sold off into slavery. so, you know,
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they're good deed when punished, right. they know, you know, you always become a pilgrims allotted on plymouth rock. learned to hate the native population because they were standing on land that the pilgrims decided they wanted. so they committed mass genocide. the template for the genocide become the 20th century in europe. and now, as i said, you become, you have, so the u. s. find to solve on its own reservation. as the us builds out this enormous open air prison system called the u. s. economy, where 100000000 people are now bad or below the poverty line. unable to buy a crust of bread and essentially being surveyed by police 247 over there, the meta burst thanks to our berg. and so that these folks are essentially living in the reservations that they can assign the native population to 200 years ago. so it comes around, goes around, and it's all very predictable. that's why bitcoin is doing what it's doing. because
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people wanna escape patches. christine, the god called been going. people want to opt out of the prison industrial complex . people want found money, people on free mark as people on open communication, uncensored communication, that's not grateful for uncensored communication and uncensored media outlets that allow journalists to be journalists, you know, we're on our media outlet right now. that allows journalists to be journalists. that's why what you don't hear us say what we say in the united states because they censor their journalists, unlike some other country that do not. right. so back to the wampanoag native american people, because there are still individuals from the tribe that you know, are defendants of their original tribe. most of them were wiped out just so you understand where they were and where they lived. there were thousands of them. when the colonists arrived at the, there were $3000.00 on martha's vineyard,
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which is now obviously the likes of obama and the very elite and wealthy live there . nantucket was there. i saw them in the news only and october at the end of october, though. so a lot of the men died in the battle that was started in there against the area of rhode island against bonaire, against that people. and then they're against the people. only this year, 400 years later, were handed back some of their land that had been taken by the colonists. at that point. a 1000 women and children were killed and their tribe. so this is still like, this is still where i was saying from faulkner the past is not even past the. exactly right. the nice my message to black americans 8 years ago and big kind of a 5 dollars by bitcoin and day fund whitey, that was my message and a lot of them picked up on it. the biggest single group of honors, a big winner in america are the black community. i would say to the native american
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community. they tried to code a coin wants 5 or 6 years ago. that's not the way to do it. go to pick coin get individual sovereignty at this time. the great grandson of sitting bowl just been confirm to be the great grandsons due to dna mal, so some hair left by sitting both sitting bold, of course defeated cost or a custer's last dan. let's, let's have another, you know, get together at powwow and see what we can't do this time. but with big coin is like fi on mondays last, stan. it's going to be the dead presidents last, stan. it's the u. s. dollars last dan. and the native american population by simply buying big client can rise up again that have the all the hard money because everyone wants via, it's going down with the that the song, one of the 3 ships that came with the pilgrim, the pilgrim invaders santa maria, the pinta the santa maria. yeah. yeah. those 3 now that the center murray actually . yes. so you know,
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but that's the queen is property and here obviously they have their property stole and. and again, because of this mindset we were talking about, they didn't have the concept of owning the land. they were of the land, right? they didn't have this concept. so you could go, aha, well, i have a contract. do you have a contract is like no, but you know, i started with a saying like i was thankful for. they basically would, might seem bad, which is the hyperinflation. but i want to read you a quote that everybody in the big coin community uses. and as part of this sort of a 4th turning that we're going through in the city, the trap end of empire, all that sort of stuff. hard times create strong men, strong men create good times. good times create weak men and weakling. create hard times. so weak men have created these hard times and what we know, what that includes. women like man humanity, when they say men, so heart a week man has created these bad times for us. and now it,
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the next part of the cycle is leading to good times because we'll have stronger men and women stronger people because of the hard times that are being brought upon us by the weak men. that's right. we have a new generation, the millennials and the gens age are stronger, they're smarter. they've got big coin. they know what the future is going to be promising for them. the boomers, of which i'm a member there on the way out there all are there the week, the week of the silent generation, they were strong, they one world war 2. then you have the boomers and there are the weak ones. now the gen x are completely forgotten and then the millennials and the gen z or the emergence, once again of a strong generation, is that right lucky? right. all right, well that's it for thanksgiving special, kaiser park max, are you having a lot of fun there with your family? i know if you're watching michelle, you're not until next time bio ah
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ah, i look forward to talking to you all that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given by human beings, except where such order that conflict with the 1st law show your identification. we should be very careful about artificial intelligence. at the point, obviously is to make trust rather than a job with artificial intelligence. real, somebody with a robot must protect its own existence with a double membrane,
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which i liked facts which capture pushes aside, applies them and then deliver them to water, the incinerator of the cell, the lies of what degradation. so that's what we'll talk to g and mm. i saw a message from an online account because it had a selfie with my passport as its profile page. i saw pictures of my documents. it was they also sent a credit contract. i had just 3 days comply with their demands. if i didn't send money and they sent up an online hate campaign that i was supposed to be very dangerous man.

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