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precious metals pricing

Real exchanges of physical metals do not determine market prices of gold, silver, platinum and other high-value metals. Pricing is established through exchanges of paper, or more accurately today, computer promises of metal that the buyers and sellers do not own and never will. The commodities exchange, now called COMEX was established in 1933 as part of their major reset of wealth distribution world-wide. The robber barons fixed it so the elites could take their money and power into the stratosphere while the great masses would have less and less of both due to structural changes they made from 1913 on. What does a market rigged by the banksters look like? The primary features are prices unconnected to the value […]


I am confident it will blow. Too many aspects of our socio-political world are at the brink and some with significant velocity heading towards their particular precipice. When, how much, and which ones are unknowns, but The End Of The World As We Know It (TEOTWAWKI) is coming soon. I watch a lot of indicators. Knowing early is important. The prices of gold and silver are controlled by the major players in the COMEX, the commercial metals exchange market. Over 95 percent of the trades are paper promises, unrelated to the actual metal. The biggest criminal organizations in the world keep these prices artificially low for a number of reasons, all related to their wealth and power. This tells us […]

Why is everything so expensive?

When I whine about the price of some cool tool, groceries or other useful item, my wife always throws my words in my face: It is not that the price of anything has gone up, but that the dollar is worth less. Our measurement device is our dollar. What does it take to earn one and what does it buy? If your yardstick is soft rubber, it tells you next to nothing. That is where we are today. Look at that chart. Until about 1950 a penny was real money. There was even a coin called “a mill”, which was on tenth of a cent or one thousandth of a dollar. I mean a real coin that was carried, […]

primer on inflation

Two experts in real economics discuss inflation, money supply, manipulation. Always good, this Ron Paul Liberty Report covers inflation: how, what, why.

post-graduate economics and political science class

Greg Hunter has a fascinating interview with Dave Janda. This is graduate-school level economics made readily available to non-economists. The biggest revelation in here is a theory on why Trump shifted from outsiders to the bankster community for filling positions in his administration. Janda theorizes that he was going to chain them to the ship. If it sinks, they do too. Not only possible, but really dang clever. Then we get in around 16 minutes to a discussion of The Fed VS The Donald. Dang powerful stuff. No prior president has pointed out the elephant in the room. I am betting the banksters are not prepared for this. “Holey smokes! Now what do we do, Ollie?” 27 minutes in Dave […]

over the Bretton Woods hill

In 1944, immediately following World War II, the winning rulers met in New Hampshire to hand the world’s economy to the Feral Reserve… a cabal of international banksters who took control of the USofA dollar in 1913. On its surface, the Bretton Woods agreement seemed innocuous enough. USofA had just proven itself to be the world’s military, manufacturing and creative powerhouse. The dollar bearing its name was convertible into gold or silver on demand. Using US dollars instead of heavy metals was quite convenient. Patiently waiting 27 years for anyone paying attention to nod off, they left the gold/silver convertibility intact while they quietly ramped up the printing presses bit by bit to print more dollars than they had metal […]

what would you do with A Hundred Trillion Dollars?

This is what paper currencies do. Every time. The US Feral Reserve Notes have had a phenomenally long run, but the pattern will not be broken… those who ignore history, however, will be. Today you can buy ONE HUNDRED TRILLION DOLLARS Zimbabwae for 250 FERAL RESERVE NOTEs. You could, on the other hand, buy a dozen or more real, solid, sound-money dollars for an equal amount. Of course when the international banking cartel took over the USofA currency, you could exchange our dollars for one ounce of silver straight across. They stole the difference. While fiat governments and their fiat currencies come and go, precious metals in known purities and quantities hold their value for centuries, generations and without […]

Where did the money go?

The dollar has lost 97%-98% of its value in the last 100 years. Where did it go? It did not evaporate, it was stolen right in plain sight. A few HUNDRED people own nearly all the wealth while the rest of humanity share the leftovers. How did that happen? Here is the story from the website Humans Are Free A History of the New World Order Illuminism and the master plan for world domination: The Federal Reserve System Begins Operation Col. House, who Wilson called his “alter ego,” because he was his closest friend and most trusted advisor, anonymously wrote a novel in 1912 called Philip Dru: Administrator, which revealed the manner in which Wilson was controlled. House, who lobbied […]

feral reserve high

The Feral Reserve prints money out of thin air. Electronically now more than physically, but they have been making money, as opposed to earning money, since 1913. This is the what the final stages of FIAT currencies look like … every time … no exceptions. Austrian economists can explain the steps and stages in great, irrefutable detail. But the Keynesian economists are the ones the Feral Reserve and friends put in place to teach and explain economics … to make the masses accept the theft. The Keynesians say that bankers buying everything in sight with their paper money is good for the economy. Austrian economists call that grand theft. The Keynesians tell everyone who will listen to them that […]

dollars vs gold

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Andrew Hoffman: As Fiat Currencies Collapse Around the World, Gold’s Shine Brightens With Daily Bell Staff – February 14, 2016 Introduction: Andrew (“Andy”) Hoffman, CFA joined Miles Franklin, one of America’s oldest, largest bullion dealers, in October 2011 and serves as Marketing Director. For a decade, he was a US-based buy-side and sell-side analyst, most notably as an II-ranked oil service analyst at Salomon Smith Barney from 1999 through 2005. Since 2002, his focus has been entirely on precious metals, and since 2006 has written free missives regarding gold, silver and macroeconomics. Prior to joining the company he spent five years working as an investor relations officer or consultant to numerous junior mining companies. Andy’s articles can […]

hi ho silver

Silver Will Be The Trade Of The Decade At It’s Current Price I’m starting to warm up to the idea that the fraudulent silver price fix on the LBMA a couple weeks ago marked the final “capitulation” of the nearly 5-year price pullback in silver and 4+ year pullback in gold. We have yet to hear a satisfactory explanation from the LBMA for the exceedingly odd price behavior of silver seconds before the a.m. London silver price was set on January 28th. I believe that event marked the “last gasp” effort by the highly corrupt LBMA bullion banks to shakedown the physical silver market in order to get their hands on as much physical silver as possible at as […]

Morgan Stanley fine

Morgan Stanley will pay $3.2bn to US authorities to settle claims that it misled investors about risky mortgage bonds sold before the financial crisis. In 2015, a tentative deal to pay $2.6bn was announced, but New York authorities pushed to increase that amount. Morgan Stanley acknowledged it had misrepresented the quality of the mortgage bonds. The bank said it had previously set aside funds for the settlement. (Editor note: Keep in mind that these fines, as huge as they sound, are a small percentage of the profits they made from bilking those who trusted them with their money. – Ted) “Today’s settlement will deliver resources to the families and communities that need them the most, while helping New Yorkers avoid […]

silver whack-a-mole

Silver prices are far below simple ore extraction costs. Refined and minted silver is over twice the price currently reflected in a heavily manipulated market. Well over 90% of the COMEX transactions used to determine the market price are of paper promises rather than solid silver. Manipulators trade extraordinary volumes of silver vaporware to keep the price artificially low. This props up the fiat paper money market AND allows the elites to continue accumulating silver (and gold) at artificially low prices. The problems for them are that silver has hundreds of industrial uses, demand is far greater than supply and people are demanding physical silver as a reliable store of wealth. Kitco’s 60 Day Silver chart looks like a game […]

grand theft bankster style

Dystopian fiction abounds with tales of heroes having their electronic cash shut off or being tracked via their electronic transactions. It happens in the real world too. Bank closures separating fools from their money have happened repeatedly throughout history, including very recent events chronicled here. What they glibly call “bank holidays” are exactly that: the banks take days or weeks off while those who entrusted their money to the banks get no access to their savings and earnings. What often happens after massive bank shutdowns is a re-opening with the money being worth less or actually just less of it. More than a bit disconcerting is the number of people willing to have their personal wealth converted to a tool […]