Government Spending/ Accounting Fraud

20 Jan

A Brief History of Watching Where the Money Went

(Accompanying Video Link with Dr. Skidmor and Greg Hunter)

  • For decades, the Federal Reserve has published data on the money supply, and for many years the Fed set targets for money supply growth.
  • In the past two decades, a number of developments have broken down the relationship between money supply growth and the performance of the U.S. economy. (And what were they?)
  • In March 2006, the Board of Governors ceased publishing the M3 monetary aggregate.

 

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  • By August 2007, the Federal Reserve realized that banks no longer had enough liquidity to function.
  • In 2008 came the financial collapse requiring the Bail-out of Bear Stearns, Fannie MaeFreddie Mac, AIG, and the Credit Markets handled by the major banks

 

Must be Time to Change the Standards –

We Got Caught

 

  • In 2017, Michigan State University economics professor Mark Skidmore discovered $21 trillion missing in the federal budget going back to 1998.
  • In 2017/8, the government attempted an audit of the Department of Defense. The DOD failed the audit.
  • In 2018, the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB) posted a new document, which recommended that the government be allowed to misstate and move funds in order to hide expenditures if it is deemed necessary for national security purposes.

Now it is OK to spend Federal money if “somebody?” in any agency of the Federal Government says it’s “for national security purposes”. Then, those expenses are Removed from the Expenditure list and hidden from the Public.

 

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Tech’s Censorship Gameplan

4 Nov

Tech’s Censorship Gameplan

There is a very visible display of censorship being implemented by Big Tech firms. As the disinformation from the Mainstream Media becomes more and more clear, the average person is moving to other sources for news. Now, an attempt to restrict peoples’ online sources to Twitter and Facebook is failing. People are seeking further alternatives to these dystopian social media platforms. Hence, there are now attacks on the very heart of the Tech Industry’s “Free-Space”, that defined by open source software. (The term “open source” refers to something people can modify and share because its design is publicly accessible.)

 

Linux and Microsoft

Two years ago, Microsoft became a Platinum member of the Linux Foundation. At the time, the media portrayed Microsoft as a Champion of Open Source Software even though open source software is in direct competition to Windows. They also placed an Azure Architect onto the board of directors for the Linux Foundation. One year later, Linux adds a “code of conduct”, which basically says that the Linux Foundation should be more inclusive. Attacks on the Founder, Linus Torvalds, for his sometimes hostile comments about developers, as well as a “Contributor Covenant”, formed the basis for the new “code of conduct”. Let there be no doubt about it, this is the beginning of an attack on this Open Source software in order to “contain” its’ implementation.

The Linux Foundation contributors are threatening to pull their code from the open license to the Foundation due to this controversy. As developers grant a license to Linux for them to use their code, that license can be terminated at any time by the developer.

If carried out, ramifications could include large parts of the internet being left vulnerable to exploits, and companies around the world might even inherit bundles of unwanted legal liabilities.

The Code of Conduct is derived from a “Contributor Covenant” written by Coraline…

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Red Hat and IBM

Not to be left in the dust on the Open Source subject, IBM has taken the bold move to purchase Red Hat for $33B. Noting how IBM is proud that they have been partnering with Red Hat for 20 years, and that Red Hat is supposedly open source, it is unclear why this purchase was necessary. Is it possible that Big Tech is working to corral important players in the Linux community to thwart anyone escaping censorship?

 

Gab.ai

One of the most successful alternatives to Twitter and Facebook, is Gab.ai. Gab.ai happens to be Open Source. As such, developers can look at the actual code that Gab uses to insure that no censorship is being implemented that is not consistent with Gab’s code of conduct.

Gab has been a target of Big Tech since its inception. Not until the opportunity of the Pennsylvania Synagogue shooting was it taken down. The shooter posted “I’m going in.”, with no explanation of where he was going, or what he was going to do. That was good enough for PayPal to terminate Gab’s financial transactions on that platform, and for the (Microsoft) Azure Web Hosting service to discontinue hosting Gab.ai on their site

“As we transition to a new hosting provider Gab will be inaccessible for a period of time. We are working around the clock to get Gab.com back online. Thank you and remember to speak freely.
Andrew Torba, CEO Gab.com.”

 

Web Domain Name Removal

As impossible as it may seem, the actual removal of Web Domain Names themselves is the next target. In 2016, The Obama administration transitioned the Internet Domain System to China (ICANN). It’s not impossible to imagine ICANN making statements about a certain website that is promoting “hate speech”, with no clear explanation, with the end result being that that Domain Name no longer exists.

 

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FreeSpeech (or Not)

15 Aug

FreeSpeech

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Resignations and Arrests

25 Jun

From those many Americans seeking to provide the facts, I offer up a website produced by many, who collectively have put together their best estimate of several interesting statistics. None of these statistics would have been measurable without the current administration.

The data is provided such that you can query into any level you might have interest in. One might consider the personal decision making that goes into resigning from a job. I suggest that it is very rare.

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Highlights of the website are on such topics as:

Resignations (Government and Industry)

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Sealed Indictments

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Shadow Banking

25 Jun

As I learn more about the subject of “shadow banking”, I recall how it was that I even made myself aware of “shadow banking:.

Recently it seems, banks had gone to the extreme of not even checking borrowers’ income in the application form… More importantly there was no income verification.

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To myself, just a regular guy, I thought that to be an example of “incompetence”. But seeing it throughout the media (and elsewhere) on a seemingly daily basis it was nothing new.

But now I understand… Quicken Loans in now the largest lender for homes in the US. Quicken Loans is in the “shadow banking” category. They are not a bank. They do not take deposits to secure their loans.

I know this is wildly impossible, but are the banks, now incapable of rationalizing their home loan activity, offloading the residential home loans to “shadow banks” to cover their trail and to create a whole new area of financial corruption?

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The Rice Experiment, Our World Reality

6 Jun

For those that have heard of the Rice Experiment, you might want to check out a fine YouTube video on just that subject. You might think, How Can That Be? :

The world we see may not be entirely what we think. For a more indepth look into Our World, including an embedded video about the Quantum Experiment with Slits, check out Ed’s work from the Outer Light :

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Mouse Experiment and GMI

6 Jun

There’s been a lot of talk in various circles about a Guaranteed Minimum Income. Most recently Bernie Sanders was talking about giving everybody that wanted one, a government job. And in Stockton California the mayor is wanting to provide 300,000 Stockton residents $500 every month with no strings attached.

For those unable to contemplate an environment where people are rewarded for making no contribution to society, look no further than into the Mice Utopia Experiment :

 

 

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