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Bye Bye America

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Published on 31 Oct 2021 / In People & Blogs

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SaintEvrest
SaintEvrest 1 month ago

hey! glad your getting out of NWO babylon! i wanna leave and go to new mexico but im still in debt :( but i should be ok next year :) happy travels! :D

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Lucifer333
Lucifer333 1 month ago

Romania, that is like sextourism))))) delicious big busted girls, ))) dark hair green eyes, gorgeous)

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Lucifer333
Lucifer333 1 month ago

he is going to get his dick wet

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Creampieminator
Creampieminator 1 month ago

good for you man ! did this in the beginning of the plandemic and I couldnt be happier now.

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NotchLion
NotchLion 1 month ago

Safe Travels Amr

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Hskinc
Hskinc 1 month ago

Congratulations AMR

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

@TelepathicRapist: first of all fannie and freddie as government sponsored enterprises,, can create bonds that are monetizeable through federal banks.. that is where the liquidity comes from.. banks monetize bonds / debt.. The banks created material wealth with credit and immigrants.. the banks hold much of that debt owed to them... they own much of wehat was built.. The banks want the immigrants here.. it is institutionalized not regular commerce among Americans.. it is systematic.. corporate.. theft and lies..

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

they create monetizeable assets that can be traded and run the values up where speculators extract the wealth and leave stupid people holding the bag.. but all the players win except the American public.. we need mass deportations.. then housing values will come down and they will have tyo run the money differently.. our current system of debt is unconstitutional and unethical. theft. etc.

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TelepathicRapist
TelepathicRapist 1 month ago

@jim bennett: fannie mae and Freddie mac are now fully under the purview of the federal govt, this wasn't always the case, you are correct this is a bad thing. But remember you dad buying the house 1970 for 30k is before they decoupled the dollar from gold when they ended bretton woods, so we are comparing essentially two different currencies we are valuing the house in, one is fiat the other is not. I dont think rapid immigration is a good thing but part of the reason the government did that is because Americans didnt have enough children to keep the govt ponzi scheme solvent. They need bodies to support the unfunded liabilities, they also need to inflate the currency, without these two things they know the system would collapse because they cant pay the unfunded liabilities. Once again, the government has shown itself to be tyrannical and they would rather destroy the country than lose power.

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

@TelepathicRapist: America is under attack./. is being overthrown.. lets not forget the roaring twenties where things wewwre bought on margin much like houses.. a down payment puts it in your control.. I am all in on the conspiracy theorieis.. from JFK and others assassinated ,, to fake wars and drugs and slaves flooding in.. It's the stablicvhment.. just like the pill.. as they killed us off in vietnam.. TGrump was sposed to clear alot of this up so there could be more concensus. .what we have today is a bunch of lies and guessing ,, so people do not agrtee.. as they do not know the truth.. Trump had the floor and blew it. .I will have to wait for better times. which may never happen.. . where do you think all the liquidity came f rom during the post 9/11 housding bubble.. fannie and freddie getting it from banks printing press.. surely was not savings .. it was bank credit..

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DutchCobbler
DutchCobbler 1 month ago

Safe travels, Amr. Looking forward to seeing how this new chapter unfolds for you.

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MilleRacks
MilleRacks 1 month ago

Looking goodt

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JG123
JG123 1 month ago

Bon Voyage Amr.

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a123321a
a123321a 1 month ago

Safe travels Amr. Sounds like it will be an epic journey.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

Have a good trip Amr.

I might buy you some carbon fart filtering women's underwear, so you can tell the mask nazies that you are breathing through your anus.

It works for me.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

It's been a big expense period - medicines and all for me and the cats...

26c AU in the account.....

Probably converts to 18c US

I might donate some next week, unless the democratically elected premier of Victoria decides to (try and) asasinate me first.

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tekrat
tekrat 1 month ago

BANG some hot Russian chicks AMR

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

These nice gated communities I work in,, you see workers all over mowing and trimming and building .. etc. . and everybody who lives there is white.. maybe 1% black .. lol.. in the old days they called that their token.. as to say see? lol.. but the workers are all brown,, black hair and the residents are all white.. I joke about it to my business partnerr.. all you have to do is look down the road you see white people in jaguars and cadillacs,, and brown people scurrying about working for the rich white people.. I say , if they are not slaves I don't know what you call it..

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

the money the woprkers got they borrowed on a house and did not pay it back.. that was the 2008 banking crash and rescue.. from giving free money to the immigrants.. they don't make squat.. then they pay rent or mortgage til they die. just clarifying the reality of the Florida I live in.. hope you find a decent place to settle..

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InfiniteMushroom
InfiniteMushroom 1 month ago

Those brown workers have more rights than you or I have now or ever had. They just don't know it yet. Slave labor and low-wages have a proven track record of destroying societies. It is impossible to sustain a 1st World country with 3rd World labor and 3rd World wages. If we drastically limited usury, Jewish money games, 3rd world immigration, and welfare, this would force a lot of idle White kids back to mowing the grass, learning trades, and gaining apprenticeships. That and the Almighty 95% top income tax rate will crush the parasitic elites created from (((Reaganomics))) and reward only those who create value i.e. the Henry Ford types.

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

It looks like inflstion and housing will zoom again.. what happened last time,, immigrants would buy a house with zero down . on liar loans where they had stated income.. lol.. values went up so fast they would just refi the appreciation out every 6 mon ths and live off of that. .and I am talking brand new cars.. I mean like 80,000 annual in free money.. and with payment option arms where monthly nut was only 600 on a 350,000 loan.. well, I said enough.. but you are leaving the devil's den my friend imo.. I think other countries which are not whitge should keep whites out. . imo.. make something for them selves.... or the jews .. whatever the case may be.. the bankers. ;).. find a country that is not enslaved.
best

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

ya, they brought the hispanic immigrants into this area on borrow and dcefault loans.. because nobody could really afford it.. so they all borrow their way in and never pay it back.. the banks then let them stay for free in defaulted houses for 7 years.. and this is how they displace Americans.. I can tell you..

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TelepathicRapist
TelepathicRapist 1 month ago

@jim bennett: yeah people think controlled inflation is no big deal until you consider the bank chooses who has access to the inflation and at what rate, thus they still pick winners and losers. Until we audit the fed, and change the way the central bank system works, capitalism can be easily controlled by these monetary factors. The 07-08 collapse made me wonder who was stupider the person taking or making the loans. I really thought those guys on wall street were actually smart, now we know they are just evil liars. There is a great clip on youtube of Bernanke just repeatedly lying again and again, and he later said he did it because of the government policy. But I thought the fed was autonomous.

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

@TelepathicRapist: yep, the banks pick who gets what and when.. they pick the winners and losers. .and when you have a populace of poor workers one can predict they will take whatever they can get.. even steal it.. especially these arabic south of the border people..

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

@TelepathicRapist: banks and speculators work together to run up values on credit / debt.. what I have seen is an intentional invasion and displacement.. the value of a dollar is what you can buy with it .. labor or housing or anything.,,.. Housing looks to be skyrocketing again.. and so what will joe biden the protector of the people do? just like GWB let them squat for free decimating functional markets and displacing real Americans with , , , beaners.

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

so my house was closer to the beach than the listed house.. but to compare what my parents had paid.. and what my Dad had paid his lead man ,, in appreciation by housing standards,, wages keeping up with housing.. of course many were single income families.. anyways ,, 1,350,000 div by 30,000 is 45 times increase.. Home values are up 45 times in the last 51 years.. so for the cement man to keep wages up at this rate,, 45 x 12 would be 540 dollars an hour.. and so does anyone have any doubt that incomes have not kept up with housing costs
? of course there are 2 incomes.. and lower rates etc.. my neighbor just got a 40 year mortgage and he is 58 yo.. lol.. it's pure crazy town in this country.. totsally sducks from my perspective.. and the property taxes we will be paying soon? and the county would never hire local boys.. they sure hire the hispanics.. they are mowing ditches in air conditioned international harvester tractors.. I am not sure who would hate us Americans so much.. the spanish and british .. lol. I attest these facts.

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

I was working summers at 16yoa today I make 5 times what I made in 1980.. housing in my old neighborhood is up 45 times..

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TelepathicRapist
TelepathicRapist 1 month ago

@jim bennett: remember you have to change the dollars your real estate into real terms to actually determine how much value you gained. The nominal dollars your house is worth is largely due to inflation, not an actual "investment return" although there is some of that too. It can be problematic when housing is looked at purely as an investment it leads to certain behaviors that would take me a long time to cover. You are absolutely right that wages have remained stagnate, that is due to downward pressure on the price of labor brought about by illegals, worker visas, and other factors. The local jurisdiction has a huge incentive for rising property prices because the assessment goes up and they make more property taxes so you cant really trust them either. I wonder how you can get a 40 year mortgage I haven't seen that available in my area.

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TelepathicRapist
TelepathicRapist 1 month ago

What I mean about real dollars is that if you want to determine your average yearly gain from 2000 to 2010 you have to take the both of the house prices from 2000 and 2010 and de-inflate them to say 1980 dollars to have a proper perspective and then divvy up the return over the 10 years. It's real vs nominal dollars we are considering here.

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

@TelepathicRapist: no.. what I am explaining is the values of housing and labor.. THAT is your dollar.. labor cost maybe doubled putting the cement man at 24 per hour.. IF THAT!! LESS IN MOST CIRCUMSTANCES!! While housing has gone up 45 times.. we are talking about the US Dollar. THAT IS THE MEASURE.. labor x 2.. housing x 45.. between immigration and loose credit they detached housiong from incomes during george w bushes tenutre as president.. ended in a huge crash of 2008...

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

People cannot afford housing today.. what is the interest rate? lol.. they will refinance to kick the ball down the road.. taking out more andmore NEVER PAYING ANYTHING DOWN. .until they lose their house.. that is what happened before.. IMMIGRATION IS NUMERO UNO PROBLEMO.. in America

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TelepathicRapist
TelepathicRapist 1 month ago

@jim bennett: please consider that the extreme inflation you are seeing in florida is a local phenomenon. Yes price inflation is occuring nationwide but not to the degree you are witnessing in florida. Florida has been marked as one of the primary plan b areas for the libtards, the population is going up in florida due to an influx of California and New York libtards. To escape the problem you gotta leave the cities there are still affordable places in florida but they arent as nice as Naples.

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SoloMan Zone
SoloMan Zone 1 month ago

Be careful in Romania......just saying

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jim bennett
jim bennett 1 month ago

the property I grew up on here in south Florida my parents had bought for 30,000 in 1970,, recently sold for 14 times that at 412,000 dollars.. My Dad had paid his lead man back then , early '70's 12 an hour.. building a high school.. so for wage to equal housing in appreciation today a cement man would make 168 dollars per hour... but I was wrong.. the next time I drove b y my childhood home about 2 weeks ago,, it had been demolished and was gone.. I was surprised how that bothered me.. anyways , the llc which bought the property now has 440,000 into a vacant lot.. So here is the real value today of the average house.. https://www.realtor.com/reales....tateandhomes-detail/

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InfiniteMushroom
InfiniteMushroom 1 month ago

(((Reaganomics))) and foreign hot money is the main driver of insane house prices. It is also the reason you can't buy a new 1500 sq ft ranch house in a decent White neighborhood. Only McMansions and that's because every single builder is carrying massive debt and the only way he can manage it is to build bigger McMansions and pack it with more bullshit to jack the price up higher. It used to be that housing prices were held in check by the local labor market and the willingness of banks to risk their depositor's money. The Rule of 200 was the guideline on how much house you could take out a mortgage on. Lots of discipline imposed upon the banks, thanks to the New Deal. (((Reaganomics))) and the Jewish money games that arose from it caused the madness in housing.

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TelepathicRapist
TelepathicRapist 1 month ago

Reagan was probably one of the best recent presidents we've had. But I am with you mostly. 1970 is before they dropped the golden standard, then things went haywire, but that was before reagan. But your right the housing is out of control, but the way to beat the game is to leave the city. Extreme demand is outstripping the supply in cities because of immigration, welfare is better in the city, and the rural population is shrinking and these people are moving to cities. They will then turn the cities to prisons and build walls around you right under your nose. So get out of there and dont play their game. Florida real estate is on fire because libtards from New York, California, and all other kinds of libtard areas are going there and they will try to fuck the state up just like they did elsewhere. These are fucked up people and sadly they are becoming the majority. In san Francisco there are more dogs that children. As the California libtards leave, they will try to infect the whole country. It's sad they cant see the error in their ways.

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InfiniteMushroom
InfiniteMushroom 1 month ago

@TelepathicRapist: Reagan was the first POTUS I voted for. In hindsight, I see Reagan as the first of the groomed and packaged puppet Presidents. Like Trump, he told us what we wanted to hear. Like Maggie Thatcher, he implemented neoliberalism aka (((Reaganomics))) and sold off our industrial power to foreign buyers. The damage to the U.K. from neoliberalism was even worse! As for the gold standard, that was OUR FAULT. We were printing money far in excess of what Bretton Woods allowed and French President, DeGaulle, called us out on it. When he wanted to redeem all that American paper in the French treasury for gold in Fort Knox, our nakedness was shown to the world. Nixon HAD to close the gold window and let the dollar float on the world markets. A currency that is not tied down and stable is a terrible thing because it becomes a pump for (((TPTB))) to stripmine a nation's wealth.

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InfiniteMushroom
InfiniteMushroom 1 month ago

@TelepathicRapist: As for Florida, since I live in this State, I can go a mile in any direction and hit mosquito-infested swamps. We have Governor DeSantis and that's one of the few good things about this State. If he's smart, he will NOT run for POTUS while he can still be Florida's governor. AFTER he term limits out, then he can do what he wants.

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