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Posted 19 June 2013 - 06:12 PM

I don't know how closely folks on here are following the shenanigans that our .gov is pulling, but now your money is no longer safe in the bank. (The supreme court ruled your checking and savings accounts are now considered LOANS to the bank, and the bank has NO LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY to return your money. The Cyprus "bail-in" was a template to what is about to happen here, the banks are about to seize everyones assets (not even mentioning the bill in congress to take our 401ks and roths.) With the failed attempt by the .gov to crash gold and silver prices the end of April, the price of paper GLD and SLV has dropped, today physical silver is somewhere around 21. an ounce. It takes 29 dollars an ounce to mine silver, so this will not stand. Silver is on sale, back up the truck and load up. We can't afford gold, unfortunately.

Oh and today the supreme court overturned the fifth amendment; if you remain silent, that will be construed as guilt and you will be charged with the crime of which you are suspected.


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Posted 23 June 2013 - 10:59 AM

well, the mines are starting to lay off employees and shut down. This ought to end well.
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Posted 23 June 2013 - 01:56 PM

there is actually less physical silver on this earth than physical gold, and silver is an industrial metal (we use it in our cellphones and computers, etc. and then throw it in the dump.) So the shutdown of the mines is a good thing, if you are looking for silver to rise in price. We are consuming a years worth of minings each month in this country alone. And the US just lost a huge mine last month with the collapse of the Kennecott mine in Utah. I believe that was 16% of our annual production. In all the written history of mankind, people have labored for the equivalent of the amount of silver in one pre- 1964 dime (it was called the denarius in Jesus's time). Only in this generation are people used to making a "large" wage for a days work. Also, all through history the gold to silver ration has been about 1/10; now the banks have artificially manipulated it to 1/68. Just waiting till it returns to its normal ratio...

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 06:39 AM

mines continuing to shut down.
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Posted 09 August 2013 - 05:04 PM

silver and gold are still "on sale" (today). People lining up in china (Hong Kong)to buy gold last week. China has doubled their imports of gold (they don't allow any gold from their mines to leave the country). They are positioning for the end of the US dollar, perhaps starting a gold backed currency (yuan/reminbi.) The world is dropping the dollar (did you know the US dollar is now illegal in Mexico?.) JP Morgan and the COMEX vaults are almost empty now, with people demanding physical; shouldn't be too long now. Deutsch Bank is insolvent and struggling each day to keep their doors open, when they go all banks will collapse due to the trillions of dollars in derivatives. There isn't that much money in the world.

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remember, when the dollar loses its reserve currency status, people in the US will be unable to buy anything at any price.

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Posted 12 August 2013 - 03:10 PM

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When asked about silver, Embry responded: “To this day I am absolutely baffled as to where the physical silver has come from to meet the massive demand. The latest sizable increase in demand has come from India. When you superimpose that on what is still very firm industrial and investment demand for silver elsewhere in the world, it is remarkable that the central planners were able to drive the price as low as they did.


So when the price of silver turns, which we are already seeing, it’s going to turn with a vengeance. No matter how bullish I am on gold, I am way more bullish on silver.”



Embry also added: “I was absolutely shocked by the comments out of Russia last week from (Prime Minister Dimitry) Medvedev, where he advised all Russians to get their money out all Western banks because there was going to be a bail-in. This isn’t some sort of crackpot saying this. We are talking about the Prime Minister of Russia. I was astounded by that ominous warning.

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Posted 13 August 2013 - 04:39 AM

DeutschBank on "deathwatch". JPMorgan and COMEX vaults almost empty now. Silver still on sale.... (21.53 as i write)....

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Posted 25 August 2013 - 07:27 AM

The big experts, Schiff, Faber, Rickards, Rogers, Maloney, Kiyosaki etc. are calling for 50,000 ounce gold soon. I hope silver follows in lockstep. (but it won't matter if a gallon of milk costs 3000.) Pretty much all the gold is gone in the United States now; COMEX and JPM are struggling every day to meet calls. Germany wants their gold back, but we don't have it anymore. No wonder the rest of the world doesn't trust us.

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Posted 23 September 2013 - 02:54 PM

the fed has decided to print money forever, and gold and silver are still on sale.

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 12:45 PM

When the smoke clears, India and China will emerge as the richest nations on Earth. China not only does not export gold or silver, they keep every ounce they mine. They have never been public about production, but I have read that China produces an enourmous amount of PM's. India has hundreds and thousands of temples, all of which have hundreds and even thousands of pounds of gold. One temple was recently identified as having "22 Billion dollars worth of gold and jewels".

http://www.npr.org/b...n-indian-temple

This is just the temple that's in the spotlight right now, and does not include any of the lesser temples or even the other great temples.

In China, gold has been bought up as fast as it has been produced by the Chinese population, who now have legal access to both of the most popular types of shiny. There is no way to find out how much is truly produced and/or sold in china because as we all know, they do not publish much information, and when they do, they're usually lying. As of right now, they claim only 1,054 tons of the stuff, but the world knows it is many, many multiples of that. When they finally tip their hand, it will be to take over world currency hegemony.

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Posted 27 September 2013 - 04:24 AM

India had a lot of Gold/wealth originally and was called 'Golden bird' until invaders and occupiers from foreign countries gutted it.
Though many Indians have gold, hard to wear the ornaments....may get robbed or even murdered by the criminals on street. So many people use imitation jewelry now.

Gold in temples is not for public use. Strictly used to improve temple structure or making deity look better ornamented/dressed if no other source of money available. May be used in temple festivities as well. Pretty much like churches.
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Posted 30 September 2013 - 03:18 PM

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This has meant that the Chinese have cleverly positioned themselves in this chess game in such a manner that has allowed them to acquire cheap physical gold and silver. If Fitzwilson’s piece is correct, this is really cynical behavior by the Western central planners who have been permitting something like this to happen because the longer-term effects are going to be disastrous for the West. So I have been thinking about Fitzwilson’s piece all morning and thinking to myself, ‘Good, grief, if this is true the situation for the West is even worse than I thought.’


I would just like to add that I was struck by announcement last week that Walmart’s softer sales are leading them to cut orders with all of their suppliers. I think that is a huge development because it just proves what I have been saying all along -- that the US economy’s recovery is shallow and totally unsustainable.


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Posted 10 October 2013 - 09:13 PM

View Postbing, on 30 September 2013 - 03:18 PM, said:

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This has meant that the Chinese have cleverly positioned themselves in this chess game in such a manner that has allowed them to acquire cheap physical gold and silver. If Fitzwilson’s piece is correct, this is really cynical behavior by the Western central planners who have been permitting something like this to happen because the longer-term effects are going to be disastrous for the West. So I have been thinking about Fitzwilson’s piece all morning and thinking to myself, ‘Good, grief, if this is true the situation for the West is even worse than I thought.’


I would just like to add that I was struck by announcement last week that Walmart’s softer sales are leading them to cut orders with all of their suppliers. I think that is a huge development because it just proves what I have been saying all along -- that the US economy’s recovery is shallow and totally unsustainable.


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If you think the "recovery" is shaky now, just wait. JP Morgan/Chase pulled all short term bonds out of their money market funds and other houses are planning the same. Coupled with the fact that we are now a surveilled society, we are in deep trouble as a nation. The media is not half as engaged as they should be, we have a Senate and Congress who give a rat's patoot about any of us in the middle or less fortunate and many people are more interested in whatever Miley Cyrus is up to.
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Posted 13 October 2013 - 01:08 PM

If you think the "recovery" is shaky now, just wait. JP Morgan/Chase pulled all short term bonds out of their money market funds and other houses are planning the same. Coupled with the fact that we are now a surveilled society, we are in deep trouble as a nation. The media is not half as engaged as they should be, we have a Senate and Congress who give a rat's patoot about any of us in the middle or less fortunate and many people are more interested in whatever Miley Cyrus is up to.
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there is no "recovery". The United States is OVER. Here are some links you might want to peruse:

"doom":
http://www.shtfplan.com/

financial:
http://www.zerohedge.com/
http://market-ticker.denninger.net/

precious metals:
http://www.pmbug.com/forum/
http://kingworldnews...World_News.html
http://www.kitco.com/market/
http://harveyorgan.blogspot.com/

yesterdays food stamp shutdown "glitch" in seventeen states is a precursor for what is to come. Why do you think the DHS has bought 2.6 billion rounds of ammo in the last six months? the public is starting to wake up, but its too late. We are surrounded by functional illiterates (they called me to checkstand seven to explain to the girl what 50% of ten dollars was). Unfortunately, this is endemic.

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