Sunday, May 19, 2013

The Piper Report 2013.05.19

Guest in the second hour, Hungarian George.

Mike Piper



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Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Great stuff from Hungarian George!

Anonymous said...

An Outlaw's Diary, selections of pics and text on the Jewish communist takeover of Hungary. Forms a good supplement to Birinyi. -

Why the Treaty of Trianon is Void and The Tragedy of Hungary. Read and weep. The WW I, Treaty of Versailles fiasco from a non-German perspective. Also, info on the Berlin-Baghdad Railroad, now transfigured into the "oil pipelines" of today's "Middle East", with many of the same players. by Louis K. Birinyi -

TheOctave said...

”Tragedy of Hungary” lol. Your mother is void.

Hungarians must be thankfull that they are not driven out of Europe back to Mongolia.

Hunic propaganda. As always. Fucking mongols.

Anonymous said...

Magyars, cousins to the Khazars

only .0000000someting % jew

Anonymous said...

Someone should be thankful. Don't think its the Magyars.

Anonymous said...

1) 10.35PM that Talkshoe is Rich 'n' Keef talking to Lugh about various stuff that I couldn't see was obviously relevant to this show.

2) Caller in to MCP around 42:00 mentions piece in AFP Aug 2012 and the RBN Datum Line show with Bruce McCarthy of 19 May, S. Zarlenga's monetary solution is cited, Mike Montagne's reply to that from 2010-02-11:

"Zarlenga not only plagiarizes my work in terms of articles, claim modern "economics" is wholly bereft of formal proof and theorem... Zarlenga eventually proves he doesn't even understand the theses he plagiarized, by advocating his "Chicago Plan" as a solution -- which of course retains interest; and even higher rates of interest than we're currently suffering!"

3) Hungarian George said Israeli troop commanders were marshalling Hungarian soldiers, in Hungary, against Hungarian civilians. His appearance was short and once more MCP asks him to elaborate next week...

Anonymous said...

Clarification: that episode in #3 was from July 2009, the WJC is currently proposed to meet in Budapest, what HG describes as martial law invoked to clear the streets.
~15m from end.

Anonymous said...

@anon 9:13
Great commentary and much appreciated; had tried to find AFP article by Kucinich and couldn't find the relevant article but I do have a book by Zarlenga : The Lost Science of Money - The Mythology of Money, The Story of Power - Stephen A. Zarlenga. I have not yet read but may in the future.

I have listened to Datum Line show with Bruce McCarthy before and I really like his mind but stopped listening when I realized he was a literalist when it comes to Biblical interpretation, and he is a gold/ silver pusher, which I am not at this point; who owns the gold will control the world monetary system as they do now with paper currency.

Mike EXCELLENT show as usual and it was WONDERFUL to heat Hungarian George YELL again! You 2 are among the very few truth screamers I tolerate! LOL!

Anonymous said...

@anon 3:05 am Thank you as well for the link on Hungarian Judeo connection; have wanted to learn more and will visit the link!

An Outlaw's Diary, selections of pics and text on the Jewish communist takeover of Hungary. Forms a good supplement to Birinyi. -

Anonymous said...

Bruce McCarthy - RBN - 19 May 2013 - Datum Line

This guy is a Bible thumper who likes shiny metal disks. I didn't listen closely enough to tell if he was quoting from book/article he cited or was voicing his own opinions, but the thrust was that the records of the Constitutional Convention drafts show that the power of FedGov to issue paper money/scrip/bills was purposefully deleted:

-- he cites in support the prohibtion on States issuing paper money, arguing that FedGov can't issue same either; also quotes writers in support including a former Fed chair. But why should a politically accountable government NOT be the right organ to issue money?

-- money isn't created out of nothing, it represents the contractual and other obligations of individuals and corporations to each other and to government and should be withdrawn from circulation when those obligations etc are liquidated over time and as new obligations generate new moneys into circulation. Banks usurp the role of evidencing those obligations by monetising them and then charging interest on these obligations for which banks provided no valuable consideration. Interest is the problem, not 'debt' aka obligations. Host in show with E. Michael Jones below does not know this(?)

-- paper money (scrip) schemes did work in North America before the Brits under direction of the banksters started adulterating it by overprinting and forgery etc.

The one interesting point that does emerge and which he doesn't address is: if the historical references are true (viz to the Constitutional Convention and the amendments expressly removing from the draft Constitution references to bills being issued by FedGov) then isn't that some more plausible proof of the 'conspiratorial' view of history regarding the Constitution (which is always being pushed but on other probably specious wordsmithing grounds like by Ralph Epperson) i.e. the Founding Fathers were the catspaws of banksters/[Crown]?
But even if so it doesn't mean that state of affairs should prevail today.

Listen within last 2 mins - building cred for knocking AFP?

More munny stuff:

Interview doesn't start till after 15:30, void of content till then.

Christopher Marlowe said...

around 48:00 caller says that "there is nowhere in the Constitution that says that congress has control over anything monetary..."

Art I Sec 8: "The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States;

To borrow money on the credit of the United States;

To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes;

To establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization, and uniform Laws on the subject of Bankruptcies throughout the United States;

To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures;

To provide for the Punishment of counterfeiting the Securities and current Coin of the United States;"

The Caller clearly doesn't know what he is talking about.

Anonymous said...

He's talking about issuing scrip or paper money, not coining Money which his source claims is not broad enough to cover paper, plus references to paper money were allegedly removed from the draft Constitution as it was worked up. This was the point of
Bruce McCarthy (or the article/book he was quoting from seemingly with approval) - RBN - 19 May 2013 - Datum Line (above, and in several preceding shows for that matter).