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« Reply #40 on: May 01, 2013, 02:36:47 PM »

and when people, specifically americans, start including ammo, gold and silver in their diet, it is their president's fault?  yes, i'm really glad i'm in the philippines.  i can never think of blaming our government or our president if i cannot buy bullets for my gun because i want to put down someone, or that i must have those gold and silver or i shall die because they're not available, because our government is at fault, because our president is inutile. 
Republic Act 8485 (Animal Welfare Act of 1998, Philippines), as amended and strengthened by House  Bill 6893 of 2013--- violation means a maximum of P250,000 fine with a corresponding three-year jail term and a minimum of P30,000 fine and six months imprisonment

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« Reply #41 on: May 01, 2013, 02:42:59 PM »
kinsa pa may laing blame mon diay bi. ija gong policies ang naka ingon aning tanan. gusto lang mangandam ang mga citizens sa umaabot. dunay mga hungihong nga naay umaabot nga civil war. mao nga gi control jud ug maajo ang supply sa bala. para dili maka revolt ang mga tawo

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« Reply #42 on: May 01, 2013, 02:45:39 PM »
wa man ka mo basa sa ahong post islander. reply man lang ka dajon way basa basa. not fair atty. isla mendoza ;D

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« Reply #43 on: May 01, 2013, 02:47:44 PM »
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By Michael Snyder (The Economic Collapse Blog | Original Link) April 26, 2013


who are they?

let's start with the author...

Michael T. Snyder (born October 9, 1989) is a fundamentalist Christian crank who has started numerous blogs as a testament to his raging insane belief that the world is about to end. He started with The Economic Collapse Blog in 2007, with constant articles stating how the world is going to hell every single day since the meltdown started in 2007. It seems as though Snyder blames the government for every ill in the world, because without it everything would be great.

Like most doom-sayers, it doesn't seem to faze Snyder one bit that every one of his past predictions of economic collapse were dead wrong. He simply refuses to even address or acknowledge that he has been wrong thousands of times, especially if you count each numbered item of his massive lists. He seems to have explosive diarrhea of the mind that no amount of logic can slow or stop.

Who is this nut?

Michael T. Snyder states on his contact page that he is an undergraduate in Commerce from the University of Virginia, and possesses a law degree with an LLM (legal emphasis, not stated) from the University of Florida law school. He has supposedly worked in "numerous Washington DC lawfirms", but quit to live outside of Seattle and rage at the world through the internet. Or as Snyder puts it "now I mostly focus on trying to make a difference in the world."

He also states very clearly "I am a Christian, but I believe that most of the churches in America have gotten way off track." Snyder has recently posted a statement of faith in which he states that he believes that the Bible is literally true and that Jesus is coming down in person soon to start the end times to punish all the non-believers. After which Jesus will start his thousand year reign over Earth.

Otherwise Snyder is very tight lipped about himself, which makes it hard to find out what drove him mad.

more at http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Michael_T._Snyder

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« Reply #44 on: May 01, 2013, 02:49:09 PM »

nibasa ko uy.  baka gusto mo lang i-memorize ko... ;D

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« Reply #45 on: May 01, 2013, 02:49:17 PM »


Recently uncovered documents prove that the Obama administration has been working with the Mexican government to increase the number of illegal immigrants on food stamps, and when more illegal immigrants go on food stamps JP Morgan makes more money.  As you will read about below, JP Morgan has made at least 560 million dollarsprocessing Electronic Benefits Transfer cards.  Each month, JP Morgan makes between $.31 and $2.30 for every single person on food stamps (and that does not even include things like ATM fees, etc).  So JP Morgan has a vested interest in seeing poverty grow and the number of people on food stamps increase.  Meanwhile, the Obama administration has been aggressively seeking to expand participation in the food stamp program.  Under Obama, the number of people on food stamps has grown from 32 million to more than 47 million.  And even though poverty in America is absolutely exploding, that apparently is not good enough for the Obama administration.  It has now come out that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has provided the Mexican government with literature that actively encourages illegal immigrants to enroll in food stamps.  One flyer contains the following statement in Spanish: “You need not divulge information regarding your immigration status in seeking this benefit for your children.”  The bold and the underlining are in the original document in case you were wondering.  Overall, federal spending on food stamps increased from 18 billion dollars in 2000 to 85 billion dollars in 2012, and at this point one out of every five U.S. households in now enrolled in the food stamp program.  When people illegally or fraudulently enroll in the food stamp program, it makes it harder for those that desperately need the help to be able to get it.

It is certainly a good thing to help fellow Americans that are suffering.  It is a crying shame that more than a million public school studentsin America are homeless.  That should not be happening in the “wealthiest nation on earth”.

But today we have a system that has turned poverty into big business.  According to an article posted on Breitbart.com, JP Morgan has made at least 560 million dollars (and probably much more) processing EBT cards…

A new report by the Government Accountability Institute finds that JP Morgan has made at least $560,492,596 since 2004 processing the Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards of 18 of the 24 states it has under contract for the food stamp program.

A Daily Beast article provided some more specifics about the monster profits that JP Morgan is making…

Just how lucrative JP Morgan’s EBT state contracts are is hard to say, because total national data on EBT contracts are not reported. But thanks to a combination of public-records requests and contracts that are available online, here’s what we do know: 18 of the 24 states JP Morgan handles have been contracted to pay the bank up to $560,492,596.02 since 2004. Since 2007, Florida has been contracted to pay JP Morgan $90,351,202.22. Pennsylvania’s seven-year contract totaled $112,541,823.27. New York’s seven-year contract totaled $126,394,917.

These contracts are transactional contracts, meaning they are amendable based on changes in program participation. Each month, the three companies that administer EBT receive a small fee that can range from $.31 to $2.30 (or higher depending upon the number of welfare services on an EBT card and state contractual requirements) for each SNAP recipient.

So the more people that are out of work and that need to turn to the government for food, the bigger profits that JP Morgan makes.

What makes all of this even more insulting is that many of the jobs that JP Morgan could be providing to Americans to help alleviate this poverty are being shipped overseas instead.  As I noted in a previous article, many EBT card customer service calls are being routed to call centers in India by JP Morgan.

So why doesn’t anyone do anything about this?

Well, it turns out that JP Morgan has the politicians that oversee the food stamp program in their back pocket.  The following is from a recentMoney Morning article…

And the bank has taken steps to make sure the SNAP program remains a growing source of revenue. JPMorgan’s political donations to the members of House and Senate agricultural committees, the ones with legislative responsibility for the program, soared from just over $82,000 in 2002 to nearly $333,000 as of 2010.

What a wonderful system we have, eh?

And surely JP Morgan just loves the fact that the Obama administration is actively encouraging illegal immigrants to apply for food stamps.

What you are about to read should absolutely shock you.  At a time when the U.S. government is absolutely drowning in debt, the Obama administration is making it abundantly clear to illegal immigrants that their immigration status will not be checked when they apply for food stamps.  The following is from a recent Judicial Watch press release…

Judicial Watch today released documents detailing how the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is working with the Mexican government to promote participation by illegal aliens in the U.S. food stamp program.

The promotion of the food stamp program, now known as “SNAP” (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), includes a Spanish-language flyer provided to the Mexican Embassy by the USDAwith a statement advising Mexicans in the U.S. that they do not need to declare their immigration status in order to receive financial assistance.  Emphasized in bold and underlined, the statement reads, “You need not divulge information regarding your immigration status in seeking this benefit for your children.”

The documents came in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request made to USDA on July 20, 2012.  The FOIA request sought: “Any and all records of communication relating to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to Mexican Americans, Mexican nationals, and migrant communities, including but not limited to, communications with the Mexican government.”

The documents obtained by Judicial Watch show that USDA officials are working closely with their counterparts at the Mexican Embassy to widely broaden the SNAP program in the Mexican immigrant community, with no effort to restrict aid to, identify, or apprehend illegal immigrants who may be on the food stamp rolls.

You can see a copy of the flyer right here.

So who pays for all of this?

You do of course.

The Obama administration is doing all that it can to promote illegal immigration, and big banks such as JP Morgan just make bigger profits the more illegal immigration that we see, but it is you and I that end up with the bill.  This was put beautifully in a recent article by Mike Adams of NaturalNews.com…

Nearly $75 billion of taxpayer money is spent each year on federal food stamps, and it turns out some of that is alarmingly being handed out to illegal immigrants — people who contribute nothing to the federal tax base in America but who seem to be experts on collecting social welfare benefits of all kinds. If you are working for a living, you are buying food for illegals who are being actively recruited by Obama and the democratic party so that they will vote more democrats into office.

When we reward illegal immigration, what happens?

That’s right – we are just going to get even more illegal immigration.

According to WND, we have already started seeing a huge increase in illegal immigrants coming across the border since Congress began debating the amnesty bill…

Illegal border crossings have doubled, and possibly even tripled, since the latest congressional push began toward comprehensive immigration reform.

In reporting first published by Townhall.com’s Katie Pavlich, border patrol agents in the Tucson/Nogales sector claim illegals are coming here in much higher numbers in just the past few months.

“We’ve seen the number of illegal aliens double, maybe even triple since amnesty talk started happening,” an unnamed border agent said to Townhall. The data from Customs and Border Protection cited in the report shows 504 illegals were detected crossing in that sector between Feb. 5 and March 1. Only 189 were caught on camera, and just 174 of the 504 were apprehended. Of those spotted on camera, 32 were carrying huge packs believed to contain drugs and several were heavily armed.

If that bill is passed, it is being projected that it will bring 33 millionmore people into this country…

The pending Senate immigration bill would bring a minimum of 33 million people into the country during its first decade of operation, according to an analysis by NumbersUSA, a group that wants to slow the current immigration rate.

By 2024, the inflow would include an estimated 9.2 million illegal immigrants, plus 2.5 million illegals who arrived as children — dubbed ‘Dreamers’ — plus roughly 3.4 million company-sponsored employees with university degrees, said the unreleased analysis.

The majority of the inflow, or roughly 17 million people, would consist of family members of illegals, recent immigrants and of company-sponsored workers, according to the NumbersUSA analysis provided to The Daily Caller.

We have made legal immigration a complete and total nightmare while leaving the back door completely wide open at the same time.

We greatly punish those who are trying to do things legally while at the same time we are greatly rewarding those that are cheating the system.

What kind of sense does that make?

Shouldn’t we insist that everyone come in through the front door?

Those that are coming over our borders illegally know what the score is…

Linda Vickers, who owns a ranch in Brooks County, which is Ground Zero for the immigration debate, pins the blame directly on talk of ‘amnesty’ and a ‘path to citizenship’ for people who entered the U.S. illegally.

She recalls one man being arrested on her ranch not long ago.

“The Border Patrol agent was loading one man up, and he told the officer in Spanish, ‘Obama’s gonna let me go’.”

Border Patrol agents report that immigrants are crossing the border, and in some cases surrendering while asking, “Where do I go for my amnesty?”

We are already becoming a poverty-stricken nation.  We simply can’t afford to feed millions upon millions of illegal immigrants as well.

As I write this, the U.S. national debt is $16,758,107,082,298.63.

We now have a debt to GDP ratio of about 105 percent.

In the United States today, the amount of money that is deposited in our banks is about 9.3 trillion dollars.  If we took every penny of that and used it to pay off the national debt, we would still owe more than 7 trillion dollars.

We are stealing more than 100 million dollars from future generations of Americans every single hour of every single day to pay our bills, and yet everyone seems to think that this is “normal” somehow.

The truth is that what we are doing is absolutely criminal, and we should all be ashamed.

For much more on our exploding national debt, please see the following article: “55 Facts About The Debt And U.S. Government Finances That Every American Voter Should Know“.

In the end, it should be apparent to everyone that our system is failing.  Our government is corrupt, our big banks are consumed with greed and most average Americans are so addicted to entertainment that they have absolutely no idea what is going on.

What would those that bled and died for this country think about what we have become today?

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« Reply #46 on: May 01, 2013, 02:51:04 PM »
i am thankful that michael t. snyder does not come from maribojoc, bohol. ;D

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« Reply #47 on: May 01, 2013, 02:53:29 PM »
why are you attacking michel snyder. why dont you answer the issues he raised. abogado jud ka islander.....;D;D;D

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« Reply #48 on: May 01, 2013, 03:01:59 PM »
just because snyder is a crank and balong is a fool does not change the fact that what we are saying is true. people on food stamps fill up their shopping carts at wal mart to overflowing. while i can only buy a few groceries.

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« Reply #49 on: May 01, 2013, 03:05:17 PM »
thanks to the ever beautiful islander for enlivining my topic with her insightful questions

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« Reply #50 on: May 01, 2013, 03:11:27 PM »
Brad Meyer[/b]…
a cursory search showed 25 professional brad meyers, 7 of them in fort worth in texas alone.  i couldn't as yet find the article written by meyer that's being referred to by snyder.  this could be a wild goose chase, if i have the leisure. 

as it is, i know one of the tricks of writing... name-drop, quote someone for credibility or reference, or use the phrase "informed sources" or "unnamed sources", all the works.  it's a common trick to namedrop a name shared by many.  that way, each brad meyer will think the other brad meyer is the one being referred to... ad nauseam, if this be the case here.  just a thought...

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« Reply #51 on: May 01, 2013, 03:12:54 PM »

wait till i become a crank like him.  maybe i can answer those silly issues and claims by then, who knows. ;D

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« Reply #52 on: May 01, 2013, 03:24:15 PM »

is this a research-based claim?  what size is the cart?  what kind of store?  is your 200 dollars less in buying power than a 10-dollar food stamp (aka SNAP)? 

As of September 2012, 47.7 million Americans were receiving on average $134.29 per month in food assistance. (wikipedia)

would $134.29 a month on the average in food stamps per family outdo your weekly budget for groceries? 

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« Reply #53 on: May 01, 2013, 04:59:55 PM »
this is not a research based claim. this is happening to me personally. i am sure you know what WAL MART is. that is where i shop for groceries. dili na kinhangang sukdon pa ang gi dak-on sa cart. mahimo man ug pon-on pod naho ang cart kong gusto ko but i only buy things i need. samtang maka kita ka sa mga tawo nga naka food stamps pono ang shopping cart kanunay. wikipedia claims that the average per month food assistance is $134.29. no way baby. motoo hinoon ko ug $500 a month. mo pahulay na pod ko ug gawas miss islander. kay nia na pod si hubag nag samok samok. nag gama ug article advising you not to argue with stupid people. kong naka ila pa ko aning tawhana, sagpaon ni naho ug $100 bills

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« Reply #54 on: May 01, 2013, 05:15:38 PM »
As of September 2012, 47.7 million Americans were receiving on average $134.29 per month in food assistance. (wikipedia)[/font]

would $134.29 a month on the average in food stamps per family outdo your weekly budget for groceries? 
my $10 is equal in buying power to a $10 food stamp. it is not really a stamp but an EBT card something like a credit card. you can buy food with it but not cigarettes or beer.

mo pahulay sa ko ug gawas islander. enjoy na unta ko ug post kay naa ka mag tubag tubag. mi entra naman pod si hubag so para walay samok i will graciously exit. thanks islander. keep on posting

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« Reply #55 on: May 02, 2013, 03:37:07 PM »

be that as it may, wikipedia talks of averages.  and i know that wikipedia has a slew of editors who can review what are posted, unlike michael snyder's one-man job blog.  so you can see those whose grocery carts are filled up with purchases using food stamps; they may have saved their food stamps for months.  why take it against them when you yourself can shop with cash and can consider yourself lucky?

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« Reply #56 on: May 02, 2013, 03:39:51 PM »
 

who is arguing here?  also, how could you think hubag is referring to you, thereby considering yourself stupid in the process?  think better of yourself, sir balong! :)

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« Reply #57 on: May 02, 2013, 03:41:10 PM »

naa bay interest kun isagpa ang $100 bills?  kun naa, ako na lang ang pasagpa. ;D

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« Reply #58 on: May 02, 2013, 03:55:15 PM »

wikipedia says as much about this new term and digitizing what was once known as food stamps (sigun sa anad; morag osmena blvd. sa cebu city nga nganlan lang gihapon ug jones ave.)  it saves on paper printing. 

so patas mo, the same buying power.  then why are those who use cash complaining about those who use ebt?  because those who use cash are the ones paying for the ebt?  owww, that's what socializing chances, through welfare, is all about.  advanced countries can afford that.  (in fact, mas makatarantar ang welfare budget sa europe compared to that of the u.s.)  if only we had this in the philippines... sa ato, ang gutom, tungod gyod tawon kay way makaon.

some sense here can be had.  those who have more than what they need could mean that others have been deprived.  so those who have more can always give back to society, through welfare.  you yourself are doing it to a certain extent-- you are giving back by way of your donations, right? 



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