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Topic: Most will say this is not math related --- HELLO!!
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dan73

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From: ct
Registered: 6/14/08
Re: Most will say this is not math related --- HELLO!!
Posted: Jul 18, 2013 11:59 AM
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> I am not an economist but have investigated this and
>
> here is what I believe is happening.
>
> 90% of people in this country do not realize the
> gravity
> of our dept crisis. They know something is wrong but
> that's it.
> This below is just one aspect of what is going on.
>
> BB and the alliance with the BB.
> What I am talking about is, Ben Bernanke of the Fed.
> reserve and the (5) bullion banks connection to keep
> the dollar and posibly other currencies propped up as
> they
> coordinated and then initiated hugh short position
> contracts on the paper precious metals markets.
>
> Meanwhile printing funny money and keeping very low
> interest rates.
> The stock market is booming with this practically
> free
> money.
> This scam continues.
>
> This manipulation happened in a dramatic way on April
> 12
> of this year and again to a much smaller degree just
> yesterday where I am sure they made many millions of
>
> dollars in that short transaction.(no pun intended).
>
> In April it probably was in the hundreds of billions
> of
> dollars if not more in an hour of less.
>
> Yesterday was just one of thousands of coordinated
> shorts
> that have happened over the past months and years in
> the
> precious metals market.
>
> The SEC will only investigate when the Oil markets
> are
> manipulated by speculators, but the metals market is
> off
> limits when it comes to uncle Ben and the 5 bullion
> banks
> manipulating the precious metals market and thus
> propping
> up the dollar and possibly other currencies.
>
> A weak precious metals market will strengthen the
> dollar.
>
> I wonder what kind of perk is awaiting old uncle Ben
> and
> company when one of these coordinated attacks take
> place?
>
> This is a dual edged sword, if this does not take
> place
> gold and silver will literally go through the roof
> (good for investors or holders of the metals)
> but our dollar will collapse by 15%--20% who knows
> if
> even higher.
> (bad for everyone that is not invested or holding
> the
> metals).
>
> Even the people invested heavily in the metals may be
> out
> because the failure of the paper (ETF) could also
> happen.
> So only persons invested in physical gold or silver
> in
> their possession will make out just fine.
>
> This, I am afraid, will all come to a head when
> China,Russia,India and many Eastern nations will
> completely control the physical gold and silver
> of the world then the dollar will no longer be the
> world's standard currency.
>
> The gold and silver drain from the west too these
> countries in the East and eleswere is already
> happening.
>
> The collapse of the dollar is coming!!
> This is not an IF but a WHEN.
>
> This is all just my speculation on what is happening
> to
> the precious metals market and the dollar but I
> believe
> this is right on!!
>
> The paper to physical precious metals is probably
> 100/1
> or there about's. So paper will not survive the
> coming
> collapse of the dollar.
>
> A whistle blower already went to the SEC in 2004 and
> they
> told the whistle blower that this manipulation of
> the
> precious metals market would be investigated. Yea
> right!!
> That was 9 years ago.
>
> The US government and the Fed reserve is involved in
> this
> manipulation by the bullion banks and many are
> filling
> their pockets along with their cronies, believe it.
>
> Now I look at bank robbers in a new light, as kind
> of
> heroes because they have much more risk of loosing
> everything then these crooks running the bullion
> banks
> with a free pass to rob all the big and small
> investors
> with their huge coordinated short sell attacks.
>
> It also has a dramatic effect on third world
> countries
> where these gold and silver mines have to close
> because
> of the drop in metal price. Many of the workers
> loosing a
> very low paying job and working under horrible
> conditions
> just for them and their families to survive.
>
> I hope these fat cats in these bullion banks and
> their
> cronies in the Fed. reserve and US government realize
> how
> much pain they are causing.
>
> I guess greed trumps all!!
>
> Sorry Gordon Getgo of Wall Street fame---
> Greed is not good!!
>
> This is nothing short of criminal activity by
> the 5 bullion banks, the Fed. reserve and the US
> government. The Fed. reserve is a private entity.
>
> Inflation has to happen now or the pain will be much
> worse if we keep printing more funny money and
> manipulating certain markets and also manipulating
> short
> term interest rates down close to zero.
>
> If we keep kicking this can down the road with these
> practices it will be an eventual disastrous collapse
> of
> the dollar.
> Quite possibly up too 90% or more devaluation if
> these
> practices go on long enough.
>
> Where am I going wrong with this?
>
> Please math savvy people enlighten me!
>
> Dan


See yesterdays drop in gold and silver @

http://www.kitco.com/charts/livegold.html

That sudden drop just after 10:am is no coincidence
but a huge coordinated attack using short selling
contracts.

Dan



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