Skip to comments.Want to Smack Down the Criminal Global Banking Cartel? Here’s How to Use Gold & Silver to Do It
Posted on 09/04/2011 7:06:40 PM PDT by Comparative Advantage
Want to participate in smacking down the criminal global banking cartel? Heres how to do it. Sell the likely fraudulent SLV and GLD ETFs, cease participating in the fraudulent gold/silver futures markets, buy physical gold and silver, and buy gold/silver mining stocks. The good news is (1) This is a simple strategy; and (2) Buy wisely, and you will likely build significant wealth while participating in this strategy.
The fraudulent immoral monetary system that bankers have imposed upon the world that steals money from savers and creditors and transfers wealth to governments, debtors and bankers can only be perpetuated by the price control mechanisms bankers have instituted for gold and silver. Destroy these price control mechanisms and the fiat currency system will fail. And what happens if the fiat currency system fails? We all have a chance to institute an honest and equitable monetary system that promotes price stability and sustainable growth instead of struggling under a dishonest one that destroys these desirable socio-economic qualities.
The ability of bankers to suppress the price of gold and silver (yes, even the price of $1,800 gold and $40 silver is severely suppressed) is based upon their ability to sell the perception that a much greater supply of silver and gold exists than actually does. Over the past six years, I have publicly blogged dozens of times regarding the mechanisms bankers use to accomplish the suppression of gold and silver prices, including most recently in my article, Why Gold and Silver Prices Will More than Double Again Even from Current Prices.
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The linked website wouldn’t be involved in the business of selling precious metals in any way, would it?
I have found this website to be a very useful source of information on the economy, gold, and silver.
hmmm...me smells zee rat
Some guy who’s put all their money in gold + some random ideas about the nature of global wealth and power. What a great combination! /s
“The linked website wouldnt be involved in the business of selling precious metals in any way, would it?
I only focused on the column, not on the website per se. I found the thoughts regarding the influence of gold and silver ETFs vis-a-vis gold and silver pricing to be interesting.
I keep reading about the banks supressing the price of gold and silver. Why do the banks care what gold and silver sell for?
Think about it. Banks hold currency. If gold and silver keep going up, more people will pull their currency out of banks and buy gold and silver with it. Banks then have no currency.
How do you know the bankers didn’t buy up all the gold years ago and then all the gold they sell you after they nuked the dollar is just making them fist over fist money. Next when the SHTF they will get their lapdogs in government to pass a law banning gold and you will be stuck with yellow rocks while they still have fist over fist money. hehehe.. but hey, whatever floats yer boat!
You seem to be tickled by the possibility.
The strategy requires money to invest. If you are with out investable funds you are not able to participate and must instead rely on brass and lead.
But the banks can get more currency from the Fed at zero percent interest. Plus the entire gold and silver supply available for purchase is probably small relative the the amount of money the Fed can create.
You may be entirely right, it just doesn’t quite make sense to me. I think pure power is part of it, since buried gold and silver are a lot harder to find and steal than bank deposits. I assume that the banks are acting as agents for the government in that scenario.
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