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and the riots will no doubt begin led by Obama himself

Posted by Buygold @ 21:32 on November 24, 2014  

The verdict: NO INDICTMENT

Ferguson outcome

Posted by goldielocks @ 21:17 on November 24, 2014  

Of police shooting that teen going to be announced soon.


Posted by Buygold @ 20:47 on November 24, 2014  

Agree with Maddog. Great find! I’m so tired of these bought and paid for western “repeaters” who do nothing but repeat the Gov’t propaganda day after day.

Good for that RT Girl for calling out Amanpour  on her bullshit! We are supposed to believe that because she is of M.E. descent we are supposed to believe her bullshit?

I’m convinced we no longer get ANY truth from the MSM in the US other than what the Neocon gov’t wants us to hear.

And now we are all supposed to be focused on Ferguson, Mo. as if it’s the only thing that matters. What an absolutely manipulated country this has become.


Posted by Maddog @ 20:32 on November 24, 2014  

Great find….about time someone called out that smug prig Amanpour, she has been talking unadalterated crap for ages.

ipso facto @ 18:32

Posted by Maya @ 20:19 on November 24, 2014  

“How long have we been wandering in the wilderness?”

Swami Sez:    Waaayyyy too long!   🙂

Prepare to be ‘Giddy’.

Cnn censors interview with RT

Posted by Auandag @ 19:26 on November 24, 2014  

Watch what was cut out!



Hilarious – is there any doubt that the fiat system is crumbling?

Posted by Buygold @ 18:38 on November 24, 2014  

Deutsche Bank’s Modest Proposal To Central Banks: “Purchase The Gold Held By Private Households”

“… the idea of gold purchases has merit because of the possible sellers. Much gold is held in private households, especially in countries like Germany. In some cases these are unwanted remnants of crisis-driven investments five years ago. A program that targeted these holdings would liberate dormant liquidity, some of which might even flow into consumption.”


Maya @ 18:15

Posted by ipso facto @ 18:32 on November 24, 2014  

Well that’ll make for a Merry Christmas! 🙂

How long have we been wandering in the wilderness?



Posted by Buygold @ 18:31 on November 24, 2014  

That would really be something because if the Swiss vote fails and no one stands for delivery, you can bet the boyz will smash gold like nothing else. Hell, they might try and smash gold if the Swiss initiative passes.

macroman3 @ 10:56

Posted by Maya @ 18:19 on November 24, 2014  

I don’t care what Ipso says, THAT was the funniest comeback I’ve seen in a long time… on several levels!

Yer toasted, man…!   🙂

…still laughing

ipso facto @ 15:16

Posted by Maya @ 18:15 on November 24, 2014  


$50 silver by the end of December.

$80 Next Spring.    Non-paper, physical delivery market.

The Swami


re: Barkerville

Posted by islandgold @ 17:40 on November 24, 2014  

I am a shareholder of Barkerville…  did get some cheap shares.. but still mostly underwater on that stock.  It does seem to be trading well… good volume/price…  Barkerville/Snowden is expected to release this week/next week an updated 43-101 report on Cow Mountain…  The current 43-101 has  1 million indicated + 4 million inferred ounces.  The indicated will definitely go up… the question is by how much?  The original 43-101 had 7 million oz. plus indicated before the BCSC rejected that report.  One year later Snowden went through the numbers and apparently came up with the same amount (with four independent/qualified geologists) and again it was rejected by the BCSC… to get the report approved they had to basically cut off all results below a certain depth.   BCSC crap/corruption at it’s finest.

It is hard to say what will be published… they will also be doing a second 43-101 in the second quarter of next year on Island mountain…  a resource right beside Cow Mountain that was ‘guesstimated’ to be twice the size and grade as Cow Mountain.   Sprott is a significant shareholder/financier of this project.  If the 43-101 is strong… Barkerville does have incredible blue sky potential.  I do believe as a speculative play… it is worth doing some DD..

(If you have specific questions on this company… you are welcome to contact me as I have been a shareholder for ‘years’)


No manipulation here.

Posted by redneckokie1 @ 17:36 on November 24, 2014  

Oat option expiration was Friday and today oats are off $.20. That’s about the same magnitude as a $.50 corn or $1.00 soybean move.



Posted by ipso facto @ 17:17 on November 24, 2014  

As Jean-Luc would say … let it be so! 😉

Asante Gold shareholders

Posted by newtogold @ 16:38 on November 24, 2014  

Received this response to my query regarding resumption of trading.

Thank you for the email.
The delay is as a result of Asante’s Independent Directors  continued due diligence re the announced acquisition of the Kubi project in Ghana. This due diligence is pertinent to the resumption of trading and to receiving final regulatory approval.
I am currently in Ghana assisting to “push” along the process.
Of course once you get into governmental responses – one can’t be guaranteed timing,… however I personally don’t expect undue delays!
I am the largest shareholder in Asante…and share your concerns re getting the shares trading!!
Best regards, Douglas
President and CEO
Asante Gold Corporation


ipso facto

Posted by Maddog @ 16:19 on November 24, 2014  

Re Crimex deliveries.

Imagine if the Swiss said Yes over this weekend and the Dec possy’s were still there……now that is what I would call a short squeeze…..!!!!!!!!!

Barkerville (BGMZF)

Posted by drb2 @ 16:07 on November 24, 2014  

anybody else out there follow Barkerville?  Very quiet, but relentless climb off its low with decent volume.

The past few  years of beatings has conditioned me to not chase a stock, but I keep not getting filled.

I’m noticing that this is happening with more than Barkerville.   hmmm.


I keep remembering the expression “the Gold Train is going to leave the station without a lot of old time holders on it”.

That expression has almost been my ruin as well – haha

Bill Holter ……………………………………………. Coming to a head?

Posted by ipso facto @ 15:16 on November 24, 2014  


This coming Friday is the 1st notice day for both Dec. COMEX gold and silver contracts. COMEX in my opinion has a potentially huge problem where a default in both contracts is a distinct possibility! As of this past Friday, 61,763 contracts still open, this represents 308 million ounces of silver. The COMEX claims a registered (deliverable) inventory of just under 65 million ounces. With only four days left there are roughly 5 silver ounces contracted for every one ounce available!

The situation in gold has quietly become much worse than silver, there were 162,509 Dec. gold contracts open which represent over 16 million ounces of gold. The “registered” (deliverable) category at the COMEX inventory shows only 868,910 available to deliver! Do you see the problem here? There are only 4 days left until this contract goes into the delivery process, yet there are 20 ounces contracted for each ounce available! I have one other amusing thought for you, remember the 80 tons sold in 15 minutes last Wednesday? This was almost 2.8 million ounces compared to a deliverable inventory of just 869,000 ounces, in my opinion, “FRAUDULENT” in capital letters!

Yes I understand, there are still four days left for the open interest to bleed down and roll out to the next contract month but we now stand in totally uncharted territory. Never in the past has this much open interest been still outstanding with deliverable inventory as low as it is. It is also astounding that total open interest could have risen to these levels while the price dropped. For open interest to increase and the price to drop, the “initiation” to the opening of contracts has obviously been done by sellers. This is exactly what I have been saying all along, the dropping price has been dictated by paper sales of COMEX contracts …but now there is a problem. So much paper has been sold to dictate the price that the contracts outstanding simply dwarf the available metal to deliver. Put another way, COMEX gold and silver look like they have been cornered! Let me rephrase this, COMEX gold and silver are now “very cornerable.” We will know shortly if this is true and “who” did the cornering. I suspect we will find out that this has been a Chinese/Russian hand holding consortium and one that was carefully planned and done within legal bounds. I think we will find out they in fact did play by the West’s rules and it was the “sellers” of nonexistent metal who fell into their own price fixing trap. It has been a financial war, one that was declared by the West and looks to have been possibly won by the East.

more http://blog.milesfranklin.com/

Geoengineering: “Lake Effect Snow Machine” Buffalo 11-20-14

Posted by silverngold @ 14:20 on November 24, 2014  

One created crisis after another…….It just never ends!!        Silverngold

Another Banker Bites The Dust!!

Posted by silverngold @ 14:01 on November 24, 2014  

MassMutual Senior Vice President Found Dead, Stabbed In Chest In Apparent Homicide

A week after stunned Tribeca woke up to news of a grizzly death in which a Citigroup managing director living on Greenwich Street was found dead in his bathtub with a slashed throat and the lack of a suicide weapon on the scene suggesting there was foul play involved, another banking executive was killed over the weekend, when 54-year-old Melissa Millian, a senior vice president at MassMutual, was found lying in a road in Simsbury, Connecticut, having been stabbed in the chest.

As CBS reports, initially there was speculation Millian may have been in a bicycle accident, or may have been the victim of a hit-and-run.  However on Saturday, the office of the Chief State Medical examiner said the cause of her death was a stab wound to the chest, and the manner was homicide.

According to WCVB, Millan, a mother of two, was a senior vice president at MassMutual in Springfield. A spokesman for the company said she was a tremendous leader and deeply caring and that she would be missed.

Passing motorists found Millan lying on the ground Thursday at 8:04 p.m., according to Simsbury police.

Police said she could have been out jogging but that they did not yet know what happened and are investigating. Millan was taken to St. Francis Hospital where she died, according to police.

Police announced Saturday they were investigating the incident as a homicide.

Newtogold and Goldielocks

Posted by silverngold @ 13:35 on November 24, 2014  

Thanks for pitching in. Sometimes it gets pretty lonely when something is seen so clearly and it appears others either do not see it, or they are too apathetic to try to make a difference by speaking up and also exposing it. Your comments are very much appreciated.     Silverngold

True Gold Mining Reports Q3 2014 Financial Results

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:31 on November 24, 2014  



Posted by ipso facto @ 13:27 on November 24, 2014  

“PM stocks are still extremely cheap”

I’m grokking on that. Still we’re looking much better than a few weeks ago.


Posted by goldielocks @ 13:19 on November 24, 2014  

Their global warming campaign that threatens energy and industrial companies over emissions to rob them of revenue although believe there should be some responsibility are hiding this on purpose. They don’t want it getting out that the damage they are doing to the environment and heavy metals exposing all life forms to or consequences to them or to weather having  any accountability from environmental groups or to the people who may suffer from it’s adverse effects.


Posted by newtogold @ 13:19 on November 24, 2014  

Keep up the good posts. People need to open their eyes to the reality of this “matrix world”!

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