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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)


  • When The Financial Stealing Ends


    129 Reads | 0 Comments | September 18, 2013

    Tomorrow, outgoing Federal Reserve Chairman B.S. Bernanke will do one of two things (while his “friends and supporters” continue to sharpen their knives). He will either (formally/finally) announce the absurdly-hyped “tapering” he has promised; or he will back-down on yet another Exit Strategy – as he has done again and again for the past 4 ½ years. My...


  • Suicidal Tapering Signals Bernanke’s Demise


    158 Reads | 0 Comments | September 13, 2013

    Approximately one month ago; I wrote a piece entitled U.S. Prepares To Detonate Market Bubbles. The gist of that piece was that after pumping-up several new bubbles in the U.S. economy (and taking the Wall Street fraud-markets to record-highs) that it was time for the Banksters to detonate those bubbles – and cash-in (on the “short” side) on the way down. Even more...


  • Polish Bail-In Changes Everything


    120 Reads | 0 Comments | September 12, 2013

    Ingesting the daily pablum from the Corporate Media is inevitably a two-stage process. First one reads the lines. Then one reads between the lines. When dealing with serial liars; it is always when one reads between-the-lines that “the news” gets interesting. Case in point is the bail-in maneuver recently announced by the government of Poland, leading to the immediate question:...


  • The Poor Are Better Off Poor: Bloomberg


    530 Reads | 2 Comments | September 6, 2013

    The realm of precious metals is a broad and diverse one. Indeed, for those who heed the propaganda of the mainstream media; nearly anything can “cause” the prices of gold and silver to go higher or lower (usually lower). For investors inside the sector; an important facet of precious metals is economic justice. In societies with “honest money”, not only are workers...


  • The New Gold Myth


    182 Reads | 0 Comments | September 3, 2013

    Actions have consequences. In the market for any physical good (i.e. a commodity), though the laws of supply and demand can be warped, and their corrective dynamics delayed – through brute-force manipulation – they can never be permanently resisted. For this reason, the Banksters themselves know they are fighting a losing battle with respect to the price-suppression of gold...


  • Bloomberg: Smashing The Big Banks -- For Profit


    187 Reads | 0 Comments | August 28, 2013

    Four hundred years of economic theory (and economic History) tell us that oligopolies (in any form) are totally parasitic behemoths, which should never be allowed to exist in any legitimate economy. Thus as the (only) Messenger broadcasting the need to whittle-down the corporate monstrosities in the financial sector back within the realm of sanity, my messages have previously been framed in...


  • Western Real Estate Bubbles Exposed


    179 Reads | 0 Comments | August 27, 2013

    It is understandable if many readers choose to view the current financial nightmare concocted by Western bankers as an “economic Hell”, however it would be only a moderately appropriate metaphor. To truly capture the quality and severity of the economic conditions confronting the average person requires adjusting that metaphor to the notion of Twin Hells. There are clearly two...


  • China’s Golden Feast On Western Folly


    271 Reads | 0 Comments | August 22, 2013

    Low prices lead to high prices. The (latest) two-year price-suppression campaign from the banking cabal targeting the precious metals sector provides a text-book illustration of this economic principle. When you cripple the supply-chain, stimulate demand to record levels, and decimate inventories; much, much higher prices are the only possible result – higher than if there had been...