Wayne Root – Kitco Interview – Japan – Gold/Silver

Wayne Root – Kitco Interview Japan Gold/Silver

Video discussion about Japan’s fragile economy and the world economy’s future.

76 thoughts on “Wayne Root – Kitco Interview – Japan – Gold/Silver

  1. Bruce Cohen

    @ Robert Milnes – Hey Robert, a lot of people are sick of you too, only you never are in the news.

  2. Ayn R. Key

    Bruce’s description had Wayne Predicting Great Depression 3. I watched the video and Wayne did *NOT* say anything that stupid.

    Wayne did predict that we are going into a Great Depression, but that started about 2 1/2 years ago so it is very easy to predict.

  3. FKC

    Sick of both Paulie and Milnes at IPR. Root can stay though, it gives people something to talk about, and besides he’s not a broke, mentally ill loser like those two.

    As for great depressions…2, 3, who’s counting?

  4. Here is a radical idea

    Agree with # 9. When Root comes out with something, it is sure to get a LOT of commentary. Otherwise, it gets REAL SLOOOOW on here.

  5. Brian

    I might buy a used car from Root, but I would never vote for him. He looks like the guy who would run a personal injury law firm and put crappy ads on late night TV.

  6. paulie

    As paulie likes to say, if you don’t like Root, give paulie something else to post.

    Give me stuff to post whether you like Root or not 🙂

  7. Matt Cholko

    I actually like Milnes, I just wish he wasn’t such an ass.

    @9-10 You can attribute IPR activity to Root, and you would be partially correct. However, without Paulie getting that stuff up here, there would be nothing for us to talk about at all.

  8. paulie

    FKC

    Sick of both Paulie and Milnes at IPR. Root can stay though, it gives people something to talk about, and besides he’s not a broke, mentally ill loser like those two.

    Here is a radical idea

    Agree with FKC)

    You agree that I’m a mentally ill loser and that you’re sick of me? oK.

    When Root comes out with something, it is sure to get a LOT of commentary. Otherwise, it gets REAL SLOOOOW on here.

    We’ve averaged about 200 comments a day, plus or minus a few, the last few days. Today, with two new Root posts and two new anti-Root posts, was an average day in terms of numbers of comments.

    Matt

    However, without Paulie getting that stuff up here, there would be nothing for us to talk about at all.

    Half true. We do have other people that post articles here – including this one – so it’s not just me.

  9. Robert Milnes

    paulie@15, likewise I have stated that I am ambivalent about paulie.
    He disparages me & coddles rightists.
    He is prolific as an activist and writer-presently at IPR.
    However a lot of that supports rightists at my expense.
    Particularly Ron Paul, Bob Barr & Wayne Root.
    Turn it around, paulie.

  10. Robert Milnes

    e.g. in 2008 while I & Tom & George were against Ron Paul, not a peep out of paulie against him.
    35 million>Ron Paul>GOP.
    Almost certainly Paul is going for a do-over of 2008 in 2012. & why not?
    paulie, join me in publicly coming out against Ron Paul, counterrevolutionary. & do not send him a dime. Instead, send support to LP OR BETTER YET, BTP.

  11. Bruce Cohen

    Lake forgot about the other Zionist co-conspirators, Richard Rider and Ed Teyssier.

    I think he’s slipping, and fast.

  12. Don Lake, FYI, not necessarily a unilateral endorcement

    Bruce Cohen // Mar 17, 2011:

    Lake forgot about the other [San Diego County] Zionist co-conspirators, Richard Rider and Ed Teyssier [whom I have absolutely no knowledge of being Israel First Amercian Zionists, merely run of the mill dishonest and disreputable ‘libertarians’.]

    I think he’s slipping, and fast. [More than you can guess, more than you can guess]

  13. Alan Pyeatt

    FKC @ 9: You have to be sitting pretty high on your horse to disparage people for being broke during a depression.

  14. Robert Milnes

    Very interesting. Tom’s use of comment delete/censor/edit is far more rational than paulie’s.
    He describes his reason.
    He left the number & part of name to avoid confusion.
    He identified himself.

  15. Robert Milnes

    addendum to@32, unfortunately, unless we see the comment we are totally reliant on Tom’s opinion on whether the comment/s is actually anti-semitic.

  16. NewFederalist

    I am confused… first Tom Knapp is congratulated for how he edits offensive posts. Then he is criticised for not leaving the post up so others can judge for themselves. Which is it?

  17. JT

    Matt: “I actually like Milnes, I just wish he wasn’t such an ass.”

    What’s there to like? I must be missing it.

  18. Ayn R. Key

    FKC @ 9

    As for great depressions…2, 3, who’s counting?

    I thought it was important. Root says plenty worth criticizing, but even Root’s not that dumb. Only the person who posted that article at IPR and gave that summary “Great Depression 3” is capable of such idiotic inanity.

  19. Robert Milnes

    NF, @36, congratulate>< criticize
    With this comment I risk REALLY confusing you.
    I don't think these 2 words apply.
    To say one is more rational is not necessarily to congratulate.
    To point out a fundamental contradiction is not necessarily a criticism.
    This is the nature of the slippery slope.
    I consider myself a victim of this re: ****.
    Further, I am using IPR but also care about it. But I'm not assuming much actual responsibility for it like the writers & owner/s.
    Further I'm frustrated by lack of support-as hugely contrasted by support for Ron Paul, Bob Barr& Root.
    Which I partly blame paulie & Tom.
    Further, the phenomenon of the Jews is as far as I know, unique in the world.
    e.g. IMO the 2 greatest scientists of the 20th ccentury were Einstein & Reich, both Jews.
    This can't be pure coincidence.
    Needless to say these are extremely complex issues.
    I'm not totally unconfused myself.

  20. Robert Milnes

    paulie is in an interesting & tough position.
    If not actively support, at least coddle rightists including The Pauls, Barr, Root, Cohen, Starr et al.
    OR come out publicly against same, which I have called for.

  21. Robert Milnes

    Steve Gordon included.
    paulie has gone out of his way to point out various positive things about Gordon.
    However the fact that he is a rightist closely associated with Ron Paul & GOP completely tilts the scales.
    I want control of the 2012 35 million, not R9n Paul or Steve Gordon>GOP.

  22. NewFederalist

    So let’s see if I got this… you think Tom Knappstein is Jewish? I always thought Tom Knappski was a Polish Catholic. I AM confused! 😉

  23. Robert Milnes

    recapping some important lessons of 2008:
    Ron Paul proved the anti-war movement is capableof at least 35 million campaign contributions.
    Obama proved the anti-war vote can be duped.
    Nader proved an Independent can get on enough ballots to theoretically win.
    Ron Paul proved The Libertarian Vote/Cato Institute exists but is not able to win a single GOP primary.

  24. Robert Milnes

    NF, I do not know Tom’s religion or ethnicity.
    In all those years of emails, we didn’t mention that.
    However, I assume he is not Jewish.

  25. Harry V. Joiner

    Milnes proved he cant get 35 cents, but will keep whining about 35 million dollars. He also proved he can’t even get on one ballot anywhere, even his own very easy ballot access state of NJ, but he keeps thinking it may be different next year. It won’t be.

  26. Thomas L. Knapp

    I guess it depends on what you mean by “Jewish.”

    I am not ethnically Jewish by ancestry so far as I know, nor do I practice Judaism.

    I was, however, designated an “Honorary Khazar” by a “Christian Identity” dimbulb a decade or so ago, and consider said designation a compliment.

    Ethnically, I’m pretty much a mutt.

  27. paulie

    Which I partly blame paulie & Tom.

    The fault, dear Robert, is not in us, but in yourself.

    Like the Almighty, I’m more inclined to help those who help themselves first.

  28. paulie

    paulie is in an interesting & tough position.

    Not really. I support people when I agree with them, and oppose them when I don’t. I rarely if ever offer anyone unqualified support or unqualified opposition. This applies regardless of whether someone is classified as a “leftist,” “rightist,” or something else by themselves, by you, or by anyone else.

  29. paulie

    designated an “Honorary Khazar” by a “Christian Identity” dimbulb

    So how’s Martin Lindstedt these days? In jail, running for office again, or both? LOL

  30. paulie

    I’m not sure if the latest Judeophobic troll is the same one that popped up some time ago. That one seemed to know Russian. If so he/she/it will understand this diss. If not, oh well…

  31. Robert Milnes

    Everybody, FYI, I visited the website.
    mantiqaltayr.wordpress.
    Itseemed anti-zionist, which is not automatically anti-semitic. It mentions USS Liberty & Rachel Corrie.
    Tom, it looks to me like you may have self-rightously deleted incorretly i.e.on the ground of anti-semitism something that isnot anti-semitic.
    & afteryou mangled my proposed emmigration subsidy for all citizens into summary deportation of blacks to Africa, I must say you are capable ofsuch a mistake.
    You also coddle rightists by not doing anything while they dominate the LP.

  32. Thomas L. Knapp

    “Tom, it looks to me like you may have self-rightously deleted incorretly i.e.on the ground of anti-semitism something that isnot anti-semitic.”

    And I’m supposed to care what it looks like to you because … ?

  33. Robert Milnes

    Tom, I do not know whether it is anti-semitic or not.
    e.g. I have used some very unpleasantlanguageabout Ron Paul.
    Do I “hate” Ron Paul?
    I don’t know.
    But I’m pretty sure if somebodytold me my feelings against Ron Paul are not legitimate or wrong or unworthy of expression, I’d be pretty pissed.
    They do not extend to his religion or ethnicity. But his fellow rightists, yes.
    I don’t know if you should care or not.
    Maybe that is why rightists seem to prevail. They care & radicals do not.
    ???????????????

  34. Robert Milnes

    When I call for apurge of rightists from the LP, evidently that would include Zionists.
    I wouldn’t use the word Satanic, but really, really bad people!
    Is thiswhy you dln’t join my call to purge?
    You don’t care or don’t want to go there?
    Interesting.
    & what about the original Nolan Resolution?

  35. Robert Milnes

    Tom, are you ok with Zionists?
    How about Arab nationalists/pan-nationalists?Counterrevolutionaries?
    Surveillance/covert operations?
    You think the LP is NOT under surveillance?
    Remember, this purge applies only to party office & candidates.-Party representatives.

  36. Thomas L. Knapp

    Bob @ 58,

    “I do not know whether it is anti-semitic or not”

    If you don’t know whether some fucknut referring to AshKKKenazis and invoking the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion is anti-semitic or not, then you’re too ignorant of the subject matter to have an opinion on it, or on my handling of it.

    “are you ok with Zionists”

    Sure. As a matter of fact, I am one.

    “Is thiswhy you dln’t join my call to purge? … what about the original Nolan Resolution? … this purge applies only to party office & candidates.-Party representatives.”

    I’m no longer associated with the LP, and don’t really give a damn whether or not they follow your advice (although my arguments as to why it’s really stupid advice are, so far as I know, still valid).

  37. FKC

    What definition of Zionism are you using? As far as I know, the most common one is support for a (or the) Jewish nation-state.

  38. Thomas L. Knapp

    FKC @62,

    “What definition of Zionism are you using?”

    I support self-determination for those who self-identify as Jews and choose to live in the historical Jewish homeland as an intentional Jewish community.

    I don’t support states at all, but to the extent that there are going to be states whether I support them or not, Palestine’s Jewish population is as entitled to have one as any other population is.

    I don’t support US government/taxpayer aid to the Israeli state, nor do I agree with those who characterize said state as a “US ally.”

  39. Robert Milnes

    Tom, I don’t know whether you just stepped in do-do.
    In 58 I said I don’t knowbecause I do not know the website owners & who wrotethose words. For all I know it couldbe a set up or covert operation todisrupt IPR etc.
    But based on the words, I’d say it is anti-Zionist not anti-semitic.
    & your definition of Zionism is , well I’ll be easy on you & just say in dispute.

  40. Thomas L. Knapp

    “& your definition of Zionism is , well I’ll be easy on you & just say in dispute.”

    Not really. There are certainly different kinds of Zionism, but there’s no doubt that Zionism as I just defined it is one of those kinds.

  41. Robert Milnes

    Tom, you & paulie crack me up.
    Whenever I make a point you just wave your hand & say not really.
    This land is mine.
    God gave this land to me.
    …say what?

  42. Thomas L. Knapp

    Bob,

    “Whenever I make a point you just wave your hand & say not really.”

    That’s an untested theory. Other than the one on top of your head, I’m unaware of any of your “points.”

  43. Robert Milnes

    & this begs the question,”How did a midwest American gentile mutt radical come to possess a flagrantly Zionist position about Israel/Palestine?
    Further, how brainwashed is this radical?

  44. Robert Milnes

    paulie is in an interesting tough position,
    what with being caught between chosing sides between rightist-including evidently Zionists-dominating the LP & the LP platform & his radical associates.
    Not really.

  45. LibertarianGirl

    TK_Ethnically, I’m pretty much a mutt.

    me_ my dads side comes from a long line of white devils , moms side , um , not so much , lol

    ima mutt too:)

  46. Thomas L. Knapp

    Milnes @ 69:

    “How did a midwest American gentile mutt radical come to possess a flagrantly Zionist position about Israel/Palestine?”

    I became a Zionist by bothering to acquaint myself with the facts of the situation.

    I don’t know that I’m “flagrantly” Zionist, though.

  47. paulie

    Robert,

    I don’t have to choose any “sides.” I just state the facts as I see them at any given point in time. People who imagine themselves to be part of various “sides” may agree with me at certain times and disagree at others. I don’t have too much of a problem with that.

    As for the poster whose comments were removed, he or she clearly has a problem with Jews, regardless of whether they support Israel or not and regardless of whether Israel exists or not.

    The problem with those comments extends beyond merely being prejudiced, however. They are intentionally disruptive in several ways, and they will continue to be removed any time I see them.

    If Milnes doesn’t like it, he is free to resume his aborted boycott of IPR.

    If Milnes or anyone else doesn’t leave IPR but wants to complain about which comments get removed:

    Please take any and all comments about what is and what is not allowed to be posted in IPR comments to debate on dispute parameters:

    https://independentpoliticalreport.com/2011/02/debate-on-debate-parameters-plus-should-paulie-stay/

    (despite the URL, that thread is no longer about whether I should stay).

    Comments about debate parameters, especially long exchanges about them, are no longer welcome in unrelated threads.

    If you have any comments or questions about what I just said, please take them to the debate parameters thread.

  48. Thomas L. Knapp

    Milnes @ 73:

    “Tom, ass hanging out, pants below the knees, balls whistling in the breeze flagrant.”

    Yeah, so “flagrant” that you’ve known me for seven years and just now noticed.

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