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Texas officials have officially announced the location of the Texas Bullion Depository, bringing the Lone Star State one step closer to making the facility fully operational. Once the Texas Bullion Depository is finished, it will represent a significant departure from the federal government, leading many to believe that this could be not only the end of the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money, but also the first step towards secession.
In June of 2015, Texas Governor Greg Abbot signed legislation for the state gold bullion and precious metal depository. In addition to proving a secure place for people and businesses to store their gold and other precious metals, the depository will also allow people to use gold and silver in business transactions, meaning that they will be able to deport their precious metals in the depository and pay others either electronically or via a written check.
H/t reader squodgy:
“The indisputable evidence of multiple shooters at Las Vegas, and innumerable other false flag events, mainly in U.S. & Europe, we have learnt that whilst these events were ‘orchestrated by the authorities’, it has been clear that the overall plan to herd us into pens of cowering, fear ridden, obedient sheep, still requires the murder of innocents to get the point across.
As yet, real details of Las Vegas, New York & Texas seem propaganised, and only time will tell, but at this stage it is certainly not unreasonable to point the finger of suspicion at the Deep State hidden hand Government.
Time will tell.”
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H/t reader squodgy:
“The Gun Control Lobby are quite determined and prepared to go to extremes now.”
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I’ve said it before:
Do not live anywhere near the coast (a river plain, a volcano or at the bottom of a deep slope), but way above sea level.
Every coastal region on the planet will be wiped out during the coming earth changes.
Also do not live in the big cities.
Military aircraft dousing Texans with Dibrom to quell pesky mosquitoes
(INTELLIHUB) — For the next few days, the U.S. Air Force Reserve’s 910th Airlift Wing will be spraying the Houston area with the deadly insecticide Dibrom using a modified C-130 cargo-conversion aircraft equipped with sprayers.
The operation which started on Thursday is aimed at stopping the spread of mosquitoes and disease following standing floodwater which was carried in by the Category 4 Hurricane Harvey.
Some frustrated California conservatives have finally found a solution for the bad schools, creeping crime and outrageously high taxes fostered by the liberal politicians who dominate the state’s legislature and executive branch.
It’s called “moving to Texas.”
Fox News reports that some conservative Californians who’re tired of “high taxes on everything from your home to your plastic bags,” “violent crime that may be seeping into…seemingly idyllic neighborhoods,” and “subpar public schools” have found refuge in the Lone Star state, with many Sunshine state expats clustering in the suburbs near Dallas. The cable network spoke with Paul Chabot, a 43-year-old native of Southern California, who twice ran for Congress as the Republican candidate in the state’s 31st Congressional district.
H/t reader kevin a.
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The soon-to-be U.S. energy secretary doled out billions in grants and tax incentives for corporations while governor of Texas. One $30 million grant went to an energy group that turned out to be a phantom.
Donald Trump’s selection of Rick Perry to lead the Department of Energy has prompted many Democrats to question Perry’s qualifications for the position. While he governed a state rich in fossil fuels and wind energy, Perry has far less experience than President Obama’s two energy secretaries, both physicists, in the department’s primary work, such as tending the nuclear-weapons stockpile, handling nuclear waste and carrying out advanced scientific research. That’s not to mention, of course, that Perry four years ago called for doing away with the entire department.
AUSTIN, Texas — On Tuesday, Donald Trump announced Rick Perry, the avowed climate change denier and former governor of Texas, is headed to the White House as the president-elect’s pick to head the Department of Energy.
While Perry actually helped turn Texas into a leader in wind power generation, the name of the department he’s been tapped to head eluded the governor in a now infamous incident at a 2011 Republican presidential debate during the first of his two unsuccessful bids for president.