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littleguy123
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"AN IMBALANCE BETWEEN RICH AND POOR IS THE OLDEST AND MOST FATAL AILMENT OF ALL REPUBLICS" - Plutarch (Greek philosopher)


  • Federal Reserve Increases Counterfeiting


    101 Reads | 0 Comments | February 6, 2014

    At the beginning of 2012; readers were presented with a commentary about the U.S. Treasuries market (Maximum Fraud in U.S. Treasuries Market) which merely stated the obvious. There was no visible/legitimate means by which this market, and the massive quantities of new supply coming onto the market could be supported – at all. With the world having already begun its transition away...


  • 2013: A Successful Year of Price Suppression, Part III


    157 Reads | 0 Comments | February 1, 2014

    Part II of this series ended with the promise to explain to readers how “globalization” (based on so-called “free trade”) was not only contributing to the destruction of food inventories, but is also an important, overall component of the One Bank’s price-suppression paradigm. This will not be obvious to readers, as here the Machiavellian machinations of this...


  • 2013: A Successful Year of Price-Suppression: Part II


    126 Reads | 0 Comments | January 24, 2014

    Part I of this series ended with some rather ominous questions. Most of those questions tied-in to the chart below, and what it signified in both practical and statistical terms: [chart available at original link] Here readers see a picture which is markedly different from the parameters we know to exist with (for example) precious metals. With gold and silver; we have two commodities where...


  • 2013: A Successful Year of Price-Suppression, Part I


    116 Reads | 0 Comments | January 20, 2014

    There must certainly be times when regular (and objective) readers ask themselves if it is not me who is “living in fantasy-land” rather than – as alleged again and again in these commentaries – the drones of the mainstream media. There was an example today of an item from Bloomberg (and the “statistic” it contained) which might create such doubts in...


  • Creeping Zeros and Economic Armageddon


    84 Reads | 0 Comments | January 17, 2014

    Regular readers are familiar with my characterization and observations concerning the Corporate media propaganda machine. This oligopoly disseminates its “news” as a single, monolithic herd. This, by itself, is conclusive proof that we are dealing with propaganda (and brainwashing), as any legitimate “free press” always exhibits considerable diversity of opinion...


  • Fiscal Responsibility in the Real World


    67 Reads | 0 Comments | January 13, 2014

    It is both ironic and pathetic that as our corrupt, Western governments drown in their own self-created insolvency, these weasel-politicians spend more time talking about “fiscal responsibility” than at any other time in modern history. However, as with most of what our politicians talk about; they have little-to-no understanding of this subject themselves. A simple hypothetical...


  • When Deflation Becomes Hyperinflation


    135 Reads | 0 Comments | January 9, 2014

    As we begin 2014; it seems incredible to me that we still have what is known as “an inflation/deflation debate” raging. But a debate which was merely frustrating five years ago is now absurd; because it is founded on an entirely false paradigm. What is logically implied in this “debate” is that spiraling inflation or crushing deflation are alternative scenarios; when...


  • Silver Bells


    104 Reads | 0 Comments | December 30, 2013

    As the Christmas season passes, and the end of 2013 is upon us; this is a natural time to reflect upon what has transpired over the last year in the precious metals sector. Obviously 2013 will not be viewed as a good year, in retrospect, by precious metals investors. This was the year of Hostage Markets; the year that the One Bank demonstrated in its own, inimitable, heavy-handed manner...