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Sat Jan 05, 2008 2:35 pm
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... Radio Alchymy with Eben Rey,

Jan.2 (Wed.) into Jan.3 (Thurs.), 2am PST,

Connie (first hour),

Me (second hour),

on Los Angeles' Pacifica radio station:

http://www.kpfk.org

Here's the audio:

Connie:

http://media.putfile.com/Radio-Alchymy---January-3rd-2008---Carolyn-Dean

Bob:

http://media.putfile.com/Radio-Alchymy---January-3rd-2008---Bob-Dobbs


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Tue Jan 08, 2008 9:07 am
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Prep for your Costa Rica medical thermography/mamography.

http://www.thermalsolutions.org/presentation/

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Tue Jan 29, 2008 3:41 pm
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An important section to note in Bob's hour:
(5:16-7:54)
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BOB: Since the 30s, when money collapsed during the crash in 1929, and private ownership of money shifted to what's called the "welfare state" or the "socialist state" or the "fascist state," that's because money became public property.

Money as a paper medium was a means of communication, it was necessary for people to be registered as citizens.
You couldn't run back to the country and hide out in the caves, you wouldn't survive very long, probably, unless you were pretty good at it, and that's rare. Hippies romanticized that, they quickly dropped that and came back and got on welfare.

Now, then the digital environment comes in and turns the money aspect into an inflationary situation that the PUBLIC OWNERSHIP of money collapsed in the late 70s. Remember when the price of gold went up? And interest rates went to 20% with Paul Volcker, the head of the Federal Reserve? That was the freak-out of the money as basic welfare-guaranteed environment. So there hasn't been any money, and there hasn't been the public ownership of money since the late 70s and early 80s.

The great depression of 1982. What turned it around? Junk bonds. What was junk bond? That was virtual economy. That was fake nothing, selling you, and buying it; and going into debt and claiming you're making profits.

So money freaked out, or the after-image of the public ownership of money. Private ownership of money was on the sidelines. The only private ownership of money that was retrievable in this junk bond phase was the ancient Fondi, or oligarchy; who never lent money like the Rockefellers did through the World Bank and aid and all that international offering of money through the 40s, 50s, and 60s to third world countries. That all crashed in the late 70s, and they couldn't get their money back. The loans couldn't be paid.

So the only people with the old medium of gold, credit, coin and paper investments were the oligarchs. So, they propped up a certain part of the money part of the economy in the 80s behind Prince Charles.

He had to go public, he got married and had his trophy wife, and they ran around in the 80s propping up the part of our 'media heritage' - can't get rid of any medium, stays around but it adjusts to the NEWER medium that is the more constituent and formative medium.

So in the digital era of the 80s, for the average person there was no money. But for corporations, they needed to rely on the oligarchy who had never LENT their money, they only INVEST their money. So they had "profit." They had stability. But even the collapse of the economy in the early 90s did not allow them a bridge into the 90s.
 
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Tue Jan 29, 2008 7:07 pm
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monsquaz wrote:
An important section to note in Bob's hour:
(5:16-7:54)
Quote:
BOB: Since the 30s, when money collapsed during the crash in 1929, and private ownership of money shifted to what's called the "welfare state" or the "socialist state" or the "fascist state," that's because money became public property.

Money as a paper medium was a means of communication, it was necessary for people to be registered as citizens.
You couldn't run back to the country and hide out in the caves, you wouldn't survive very long, probably, unless you were pretty good at it, and that's rare. Hippies romanticized that, they quickly dropped that and came back and got on welfare.

Now, then the digital environment comes in and turns the money aspect into an inflationary situation that the PUBLIC OWNERSHIP of money collapsed in the late 70s. Remember when the price of gold went up? And interest rates went to 20% with Paul Volcker, the head of the Federal Reserve? That was the freak-out of the money as basic welfare-guaranteed environment. So there hasn't been any money, and there hasn't been the public ownership of money since the late 70s and early 80s.

The great depression of 1982. What turned it around? Junk bonds. What was junk bond? That was virtual economy. That was fake nothing, selling you, and buying it; and going into debt and claiming you're making profits.

So money freaked out, or the after-image of the public ownership of money. Private ownership of money was on the sidelines. The only private ownership of money that was retrievable in this junk bond phase was the ancient Fondi, or oligarchy; who never lent money like the Rockefellers did through the World Bank and aid and all that international offering of money through the 40s, 50s, and 60s to third world countries. That all crashed in the late 70s, and they couldn't get their money back. The loans couldn't be paid.

So the only people with the old medium of gold, credit, coin and paper investments were the oligarchs. So, they propped up a certain part of the money part of the economy in the 80s behind Prince Charles.

He had to go public, he got married and had his trophy wife, and they ran around in the 80s propping up the part of our 'media heritage' - can't get rid of any medium, stays around but it adjusts to the NEWER medium that is the more constituent and formative medium.

So in the digital era of the 80s, for the average person there was no money. But for corporations, they needed to rely on the oligarchy who had never LENT their money, they only INVEST their money. So they had "profit." They had stability. But even the collapse of the economy in the early 90s did not allow them a bridge into the 90s.


Thanks, mons.

[BOB: Since the 30s, when money collapsed during the crash in 1929, and private ownership of money shifted to what's called the "welfare state" or the "socialist state" or the "fascist state," that's because money became public property.

Money as a paper medium was a means of communication, it was necessary for people to be registered as citizens.
You couldn't run back to the country and hide out in the caves, you wouldn't survive very long, probably, unless you were pretty good at it, and that's rare. Hippies romanticized that, they quickly dropped that and came back and got on welfare.

Now, then the digital environment comes in and turns the money aspect into an inflationary situation so that the PUBLIC OWNERSHIP of money collapsed in the late 70s. Remember when the price of gold went up? And interest rates went to 20% with Paul Volcker, the head of the Federal Reserve? That was the freak-out of money as basic welfare-guaranteed environment. So there hasn't been any money, and there hasn't been the public ownership of money since the late 70s and early 80s.

The great depression of 1982. What turned it around? Junk bonds. What was the junk bond? That was virtual economy. That was fake nothing, selling you, and buying it; and going into debt and claiming you're making profits.

So money freaked out, or the after-image of the public ownership of money. Private ownership of money was on the sidelines. The only private ownership of money that was retrievable in this junk bond phase was the ancient Fondi, or oligarchy who never lent money like the Rockefellers did through the World Bank and AID and all that international offering of money through the 40s, 50s, and 60s to third world countries. That all crashed in the late 70s, and they couldn't get their money back. The loans couldn't be paid.

So the only people with the old medium of gold, credit, coin and paper investments were the oligarchs. So, they propped up a certain part of the money part of the economy in the 80s behind Prince Charles.

He had to go public, he got married and had his trophy wife, and they ran around in the 80s propping up that part of our 'media heritage' - one can't get rid of any medium, it stays around but it adjusts to the NEWER medium that is the more constituent and formative medium.

So in the digital era of the 80s, for the average person there was no money. But for corporations, they needed to rely on the oligarchy who had never LENT their money, they only INVESTED their money. So they had "profit." They had stability. But the greater collapse of the economy (post-Android Meme) in the early 90s did not allow them a bridge into the 90s.]


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