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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 […]

the thinking behind the apparent insanity

American Partisan published an excellent article by one of my favorite authors, Matt Bracken. His excellent books including Enemies Foreign And Domestic, Castigo Cay, and several other really good ones I have read. He has great expertise in the cultural, sociological and warfare aspects of which he writes. Today I found his American Partisan article adalyzing why the Covington Catholic school boys were badgered by a crowd, how the media turned the incident upside down, the subsequent outing of lamestream’s duplicity and, most importantly, what that means to us today. I encourage you to pursue the link I placed in the headline and read the whole article. – Ted “Bracken: Covington Gives a Glimpse of Civil War Two … […]

indicators

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 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.

Media Blackout on Dire Global Debt

– Greg Mannarino By Greg Hunter On September 12, 2018 In Market Analysis 70 Comments By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Trader/analyst Gregory Mannarino says the public is not getting the truth about the dire debt and currency problems in the global financial system. Mannarino explains, “People here in our country are not being allowed to see what is going on outside of the United States. The mainstream media (MSM) outlets are doing everything they possibly can to keep people misinformed and uninformed. This is what is happening right now. On a global scale, the world is overdosing on debt. I cannot stress that enough. So, what we are witnessing here in regard to the emerging markets is a currency meltdown. . . . World central banks […]

It’ll blow up and we’ll live happily ever after

I have an interesting pair of publications to share with you today. First I will do a bit of scene setting. Austrian school economists describe our current situation as a bubble economy; inflated far beyond healthy. It is a death-spiral bubble that requires continual influx of paper money and constant expansion of the bubble to keep it from a dramatic, destructive deflation. The constant overinflation has us stretched to the breaking point. More significantly, the stretching continues unabated.  The report from Of Two Minds .com by Charles Hugh Smith excerpted below shows the ugliness. There is no amount of lipstick that will make this pig look good. I show you just a bit of his article. Click on the headline […]

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 […]

losing the economic war

The bellicose USofA rulers, both of the deep state and the shallow one have the military juggernaut mauling hundreds of cities, towns and countrysides around the globe while posturing and threatening Russia, China, Iran and others with applied military power. That the bigger players may have plans other than losing militarily seems to be absent from Pentagon planning. The usual suspects have also embarked on economic assaults against China, Russia and others. Here, too, the victims are anything but helpless. The US Dollar Ponzi scheme is not exactly the rock from which intelligent people launch economic war on the rest of the world. When nobody else will prop the US up, the Feral Reserve has to print money to buy […]

when the hot air stops blowing

The Crash of 2008 escaped most people’s notice. The banksters spent the previous decade living large on unsound investments, primarily mortgages to people who could not afford the payments. The Ponzi Scheme unraveled and the whole economy staggered over the edge of the cliff. What should have been worse than the Crash of ’29 that brought to the world “The Great Depression” took an unprecedented turn at this point. A huge wind of hot air blew up out of the abyss to hold the economy up. The central banks began printing money and passing it out in gross quantities to themselves and close friends. That has not improved the economic fundamentals and, in fact, has insured that the eventual fall […]

the not unemployed

The government and central bankster statisticians are blowing smoke … again … as usual. No news here. That doesn’t stop the government and central banksters from using their phony numbers to deceive, rape, pillage and plunder the middle class. In their made-up world the unemployed are divided into two groups. Group X are those recently fired, laid off or who quit their jobs. They make up one out of five of the actual out-of-work. The majority of the unemployed, Group W, have been unable to regain employed status for over three months. The good news for Group W is that they are no longer unemployed. 🙂 Yay for them! 🙂 Of course the bad news is they have no gainful […]