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"AN IMBALANCE BETWEEN RICH AND POOR IS THE OLDEST AND MOST FATAL AILMENT OF ALL REPUBLICS" - Plutarch (Greek philosopher)


  • Gold Bears Ignore Supply Contradictions


    239 Reads | 2 Comments | June 20, 2013

    As we see gold and silver prices plunge lower (again) today; it becomes an especially good idea to step back, and look at the Big Picture of these markets. Why? Because nothing happened today. What is the official propaganda today from the Corporate Media on why precious metals prices have fallen? …Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said stimulus may be reduced later this year as...


  • Gold-Bashing Mythology Hits New Crescendo


    133 Reads | 1 Comment | June 17, 2013

    In wading through the mainstream drivel written on the gold and silver markets; it becomes increasingly difficult to reply to such material without the word “desperation” creeping in again and again. Indeed, the quantity of gold-bashing itself is simply overwhelming. In the years I have covered this market, I have never seen as many mainstream articles written about the (supposed) ...


  • World Gold Council Betrays Gold Investors


    188 Reads | 0 Comments | June 13, 2013

    When I labeled the World Gold Council as the “World Paper Council” in a recent commentary; who knew that the WGC was about to add its own exclamation point to that title? But that is precisely what this sham-organization has done. As a reminder (since it’s so easy to forget): the WGC is an industry trade-group representing the world’s gold-mining industry, or more...


  • Building A Better Monetary System; Part III


    202 Reads | 0 Comments | June 10, 2013

    In Parts I and II of this series, readers were presented with a bleak reality. We live in hopelessly insolvent economies. We live in societies with totally corrupted systems of politics and commerce. The root cause of all these problems (as previously explained) are the predatory/parasitic economic abominations known as monopolies and oligopolies. Despite the fact it is universally understood...


  • Building A Better Monetary System: Part II


    179 Reads | 2 Comments | June 6, 2013

    In Part I; readers received most of the brutal truth about the rapidly deteriorating and nearly hopeless situations facing the major economies of the Western world. Our nations are all either bankrupt or insolvent, and ruled by corrupt governments who long ago stopped serving the interests of their own people. Worse still, from past experience (i.e. their own corrupt mismanagement) we have...


  • Building A Better Monetary System: Part I


    165 Reads | 0 Comments | June 3, 2013

    In attempting to remedy any particular problem; human beings are generally resourceful creatures. Thus when we tackle a particular issue and fail to come up with an adequate solution it is generally indicative of one of two flaws: defective execution of a plan, or a failure to correctly/completely define the problem. Tactical problems in attempting to implement a particular strategy are an...


  • China Juggernaut Shows No Signs Of Slowing


    203 Reads | 2 Comments | May 28, 2013

    Among my many pet-peeves concerning the business news reporting by the mainstream media is the apparent inability among this entire cadre of writers to either perform or even comprehend simple arithmetic. Nowhere is this mathematical illiteracy more-flagrant than with mainstream babble about “China’s slowing economy.” More and more frequently, this is coupled with suggestions...


  • Canada’s $24 Billion Oil-Subsidy To The U.S.


    171 Reads | 0 Comments | May 26, 2013

    It has already been reported that Canada’s tar-sands oil exports to the U.S. are at a heavily discounted price. The size of that discount is generally stated as averaging $30/barrel. At the current North American quote for crude at around $97/barrel; this discount exceeds 30%. However, rarely (if ever) is the horrific, total magnitude of this oil subsidy to the U.S. ever presented to...