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johnny mars - May 22, 2017

Will cryptocurrencies kill off the banking cartels and fiat currencies?

    Jim - May 22, 2017

    That seems really unlikely — almost impossible. It is more likely the banks would pretend that crypto currencies are killing off fiat currency so that we would think we are winning, but those crypto currencies would actually be their own fiat crypto currencies, but even that is unlikely. BTW, bitcoin is a fiat currency.

Ave Reg Nuklhed - May 29, 2017

Saw this link on Zero Hedge.

Yer a beautiful thinker, & doing Gawd’s werk here


Drew - August 6, 2017

Wow. So much blathering on and on with zero solutions.

Also…I cannot find the word (((jew))) once in your site.

Why is that?

    Jim - August 6, 2017

    LOL! You searched my site for the word “Jew”?! That’s where you think the solutions are?! The root of the problem is that people accept the illusion of legitimacy.

    First, note that I have a whole category called “Solutions” which contains 38 articles. Second, “Jews” are not demons or aliens, and most Jews are not in on it. Third, you could have found multiple instances of the word “Israel” or “Zionist” on my site. I even wrote an article about the USS Liberty.

    People who like to use the word “Jews”, when “Zionists” or “Israel” will do, are either a Zio-stooge, NWO shill, agent provocateur, or just a tard; but don’t feel bad … Lotsa tards livin SWEET lives.

Nick - September 13, 2017

Hey Jim,
Caught some of your posts at ZH and thought I’d check out your site. Pretty impressive, plenty of stuff to work through.

One specific question. In your latest I Found Health and Beat the Cartel’ you mention that you beat gum disease, how’d you do it?

    Jim - September 13, 2017

    Thanks, Nick.

    It’s all in the wrist.
    Brush every night for 5 minutes without exception.
    Do not eat after brushing at night.
    Do not drink anything but water after brushing at night.
    Brush fronts of teeth in circles one direction, then brush in circles in the opposite direction.
    Brush tops of teeth crossways then sideways.
    Brush backs of teeth up and down at a 45 degree angle to the left and then again to the right–being sure to get in-between every pair of teeth..
    Brush top teeth and bottom teeth separately.
    Brush front, top, and back of teeth separately.
    Be sure that every square millimeter was brushed.
    Use a brush with small bristles that you can work under the gum line.
    The more sore an area is, the more you need to brush under the gum line there.
    After brushing sore areas, put Listerine on the brush and work it under the gum line there.
    It is important to be as gentle as possible around the gum line while still being effective.
    Never brush any harder than absolutely necessary.
    It is important to minimize bleeding.
    Gargle with Listerine for 15 seconds before brushing and again after brushing.
    Gargle with Listerine up to 3 additional times per day until gums are healed.
    More than one brushing a day may be necessary initially.

Nick - September 14, 2017

Thank you Jim!
I really appreciate the time and effort you have taken to spell all this out for me.
I shall be giving it a full go as your brushing regime is significantly more intense than my present one.

( this reply may be a repetition as I wrote a reply earlier which has not yet posted – if so please understand)


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