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    Default OT - Titanic Investigation - FED, switch, Insurance etc

    A while ago in one thread that I can't now remember, we diverged into the Titanic....

    I watched this the other day which is a Titanic investigation turning "reported history" upside down...really interesting lasting an hour and 3/4.
    Covers investigation of who was on it, the creation of the FED (and thus the start of the whole monetary debt system to finance WW1), the switching of the ships and why (insurance purposes) - all really fascinating.
    Right at the end (Q&A) he then says about the size of the gash in the side....
    Also mentioned is the great Henry Ford (1918) quote:-
    "It is well enough that people do not understand our banking and money system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning".

    The Titanic Conspiracy - The Great Deception [John Hamer]

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    ...and LoLz at Googles restriction
    I put the Henry Ford quote into it and also DuckDuckGo and the differences
    If anyone needs to see what a restricted internet is looking like....
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    I know a bloke? that was on it. From the insurance payout he bought most of America.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    ...and LoLz at Googles restriction
    I put the Henry Ford quote into it and also DuckDuckGo and the differences
    If anyone needs to see what a restricted internet is looking like....
    Interesting. I use google a lot. I will use the duck each day also especially when google just wants to bog me down. They like to funnel everyone someplace. It is about money. I figure Google itself could be a very dangerous thing itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    ...and LoLz at Googles restriction
    I put the Henry Ford quote into it and also DuckDuckGo and the differences
    If anyone needs to see what a restricted internet is looking like....
    it isn't really a restriction if you make a "complicated" query which google doesn't understand

    when I googled this (only the text inside quotes) - "Henry Ford (1918) quote It is well enough that people do not understand our banking and money system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning", I got 1,5mil hits

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    To understand how the money system works I would suggest reading The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve by G Edward Griffin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jz79 View Post
    it isn't really a restriction if you make a "complicated" query which google doesn't understand

    when I googled this (only the text inside quotes) - "Henry Ford (1918) quote It is well enough that people do not understand our banking and money system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning", I got 1,5mil hits
    Oh okay....MyBad.
    Does that make DuckDuckGo a better algorithm then because of the different results for the same search phrase?

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    I know a bloke? that was on it. From the insurance payout he bought most of America.
    Wasn't JPM....He never showed.
    Nor did many people who were booked onto it....Many people at the very last minute....

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Oh okay....MyBad.
    Does that make DuckDuckGo a better algorithm then because of the different results for the same search phrase?
    "better" is a matter of perspective, I'd say it simply is different

    that search bar (not just in google) is a complicated tool despite appearances, it is like a Swiss army knife, you only use the knife function, and then complain that a hunting knife does a better job because all you do is cut meat with it

    Google Search Operators: The Complete List (42 Advanced Operators)

    I'm not saying Google is all good and that it doesn't "steer" users on to certain things that it likes or is payed for, but copy/pasting any random thing into the search bar isn't how it is supposed to be used

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottl View Post
    To understand how the money system works I would suggest reading The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve by G Edward Griffin.
    Eustace Mullins was guided by the genius Ezra Pound to do research that led to The Federal Reserve Conspiracy and The Secrets of the Federal Reserve, which both cover a lot of this material and point out some of the obvious connections that Griffin tip-toes around in TCFJI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Wasn't JPM....He never showed.
    Nor did many people who were booked onto it....Many people at the very last minute....
    You may well be right but on the wrong track. Think man think. Who owns most of America now. (Need a clue?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    You may well be right but on the wrong track. Think man think. Who owns most of America now. (Need a clue?)
    You talking R & R or BB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    You may well be right but on the wrong track. Think man think. Who owns most of America now. (Need a clue?)
    Amazon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrSanders62 View Post
    Amazon?
    Tesla. the Titanic was a set up to make steam engine cars look more dangerous then Baker electrics.
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    1912 Bakers below. I had no idea they made a normal looking roadster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill D View Post
    Tesla. the Titanic was a set up to make steam engine cars look more dangerous then Baker electrics.
    BILL D

    1912 Bakers below. I had no idea they made a normal looking roadster.
    I know about "ancient" electric cars. for some reason, I always thought that they lost because of their autonomy, there were no capacious batteries at that time. I believe that the future is in electricity, but not in the likeness of a Tesla. the first photo looks like a chest of drawers or it was designed by a German, as we joke "kvadratish, praktish, good"))

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    You talking R & R or BB?
    Big Brenda for POTUS!!!!

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    I see what you did there LoLz

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Also mentioned is the great Henry Ford (1918) quote:-
    "It is well enough that people do not understand our banking and money system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning".
    That is a quote from his autobiography called "my life and work". It is a very good read. The guy was nothing like modern day business tycoons.

    The audiobook version of his book can be found for free on the librivox app.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scottl View Post
    To understand how the money system works I would suggest reading The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve by G Edward Griffin.
    Agreed.

    There is a shorter "summery" version of this book called Dishonest money by Joseph Plumber. It is not as good but still sufficient for those with super short attention span.

    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    You may well be right but on the wrong track. Think man think. Who owns most of America now. (Need a clue?)
    I believe it is a financial investment firm called BlackRock. They own a majority share of stock in Vanguard as well.

    Financial Planning & Investment Management | BlackRock

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    [QUOTE=mrSanders62;3871890]I know about "ancient" electric cars. for some reason, I always thought that they lost because of their autonomy, there were no capacious batteries at that time. I believe that the future is in electricity, but not in the likeness of a Tesla. the first photo looks like a chest of drawers or it was designed by a German, as we joke "kvadratish, praktish, good"))[/QUOTEI could not find a picture but... My father told me as a boy he saw a few Baker electrics. All driven by little old ladies. They had. a crystal vase in side for flowers. The second coming of the VW beatle had a flower vase as well.
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