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


  • Gold, Silver, and Hyperinflation


    260 Reads | 0 Comments | July 28, 2013

    Most commentators in the precious metals sector still are not treating hyperinflation as a likely scenario -- as “competitive devaluation” continues to relentlessly drive all of this paper to zero. I can prove this. How? Because these commentators continue to issue (long term) “price targets” for gold and silver. Indeed, many articles discuss “revaluing”...


  • No One Wants Paper-Called-Gold


    189 Reads | 0 Comments | July 28, 2013

    The Great Paper Liquidation continues. While the stampede out of the banksters’ fraudulent paper-called-gold products has eased from its frantic pace of a couple of months earlier, the bleeding continues. The largest of these banker-scams, the SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) has seen its holdings plummet below 1,000 “tonnes”, the lowest level of holdings since 2009, representing a...


  • The One Bank


    219 Reads | 0 Comments | July 21, 2013

    In 1980, in an infamous episode of “American Justice”; the Hunt Brothers were charged (and convicted) with attempting to “corner the silver market” – i.e. an attempt to monopolize it. At the time prosecution commenced, the Hunt Brothers had only managed to acquire less than 20% of total global inventories. Nonetheless, given the strict provisions of our anti...


  • The Death of Competition: Oligopolies Unmasked


    188 Reads | 0 Comments | July 18, 2013

    Regular readers have heard this warning on many prior occasions. We are facing an economic menace unparalleled in all of history: the Rise of the Oligopoly. While the majority of readers tune-out the moment they are exposed to this big word, this is one “big word” which people cannot afford to ignore – as the consequences of this word dominate nearly every facet of our...


  • The Fraud and Conspiracy of Bullion-Leasing


    143 Reads | 0 Comments | July 11, 2013

    In stating for many years that the gold (and silver) market is being heavily manipulated in order to suppress the price, those asserting this fact have often pointed to the highly suspicious activity of bullion-leasing as one basket of evidence supporting this viewpoint. Why is bullion-leasing an inherently suspicious activity? For that we need only turn to the propagandists in the...


  • Indian Gold-Imports Drop; Bankster Supply Problems Remain


    73 Reads | 0 Comments | July 9, 2013

    The Corporate Media was eager to trumpet the news that “an official source” claims gold imports into India fell from (a revised) 162 tonnes in May to 31.5 tonnes in June. However, this bearish headline came with a caveat: everyone expects the official number to bounce right back up again – thanks to the banksters knocking prices back toward recent lows. Even with &ldquo...


  • Silver Versus Gold; Stocks Versus Flows


    83 Reads | 0 Comments | July 9, 2013

    With today’s jobs-farce in the U.S. resulting in gold/silver prices being dragged back near recent (insane) lows; once again attention focuses on intense demand for real bullion – and rapidly depleting inventories. With respect to the latter point, a recent reader comment illustrates the need to step back for more of a Big Picture look at this subject. The issue here is both a ...


  • Fraud Confirmed: 100-Day Delay To Take Bullion Delivery In London


    474 Reads | 0 Comments | July 1, 2013

    As the rampant criminality in bullion markets becomes more and more apparent (even to outside observers); we get another anecdote from the Corporate Media illustrating the level of fraud/manipulation in unequivocal terms. We’re told that bullion-buyers in London must now wait more than 100 days to take delivery of the bullion for which they have already paid. The comedic drones at...