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What a fairy tale

Posted by redneckokie1 @ 23:07 on March 6, 2015  

the oil and gas industry is laying off tens of thousands and the employment picture is improving! The kool aid is now coming in tidal waves. Bonds, stocks and gold all down sharply on the same day!

the moronathon is in hyper warp drive. The government numbers in the past had a few grains of truth in the big lies. The numbers today are bureaucratic fantasy. I wonder how the numbers would be if someone had accountability for the results. Does anone believe the insiders didnt make billions today?

the usdx is truly in fantasyland now. Phiz is now the only protection left. I used to believe inflation would accelerate until the economy was choked off. I now believe an overnight devaluation will happen after the slime has what they want to make billions in one hour.

we have been sold out by the low life in control. Too late for the tea party now. The crash is built in now with the world debt. Small economic units will rule.


Interesting commentary by Celente…

Posted by old-timer @ 21:45 on March 6, 2015  

Some interesting questions raised by Mr. Celente @ King World News about GLD and the HSBC as trustee.

He’s wondering where the EFT’s gold is.



Possession: for gold/silver, it’s the only thing that counts.

FWIW: NATO & the IMF Just Suffered a Disastrous Military Defeat

Posted by silverngold @ 20:31 on March 6, 2015  


De-dollarization is not only happening, but is close to reaching “escape velocity”.
Obama and Poroshenko can plan fresh hostilities and the breaking of Minsk 2.0 all they want, but time is not on their side.
From economic collapse in Ukraine, to hyperinflation, to the risk of a brand new uprising developing by restless locals, the newest banker puppet regime in Ukraine is in danger of losing control after just one year in power.

Donbass 14

Lots more on the site. http://www.silverdoctors.com/nato-the-imf-just-suffered-a-disastrous-military-defeat/#comments

ipso and igold…Thanks for responding

Posted by silverngold @ 19:49 on March 6, 2015  

I cannot make it play. All I get is the error message to try again later. No time to keep messing with it now. Silverngold

silverngold 13:53

Posted by igold @ 19:33 on March 6, 2015  

I can watch it on his website


silverngold @ 13:53

Posted by ipso facto @ 18:31 on March 6, 2015  

I get a “404 Not found” message for that link.

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 16:42 on March 6, 2015  

I figured your experiences enough to make your own desccression or tops bottom targets.  Just that there may be better choices that UUP think there’s another UUP too UUPT  or something mentioned to one tenter not posting that buys it.

ps u know I think it delisted. Why I don’t trust ETFs


Posted by Mr.Copper @ 16:32 on March 6, 2015  

The dollar and others are too high to buy.

Mr Cooper here’s one of a few

Posted by goldielocks @ 16:03 on March 6, 2015  


Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 14:54 on March 6, 2015  

If Mr Ford has to worry about unions pushing 50 hr when they were already making more than most he probably would of outsources too.

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 14:46 on March 6, 2015  

Uup isn’t the only one plus stocks that go up with dollar. As far as Hondas or other cars that’s amost fruitless anymore since even if you buy a American car your still buying all the parts from other places. It would be nice if they would open more factories here and Obummer failed GM employees but not surprising for a pushover gov. we have now. I’m surprises they don’t have cartoons in other countries that have their leaders and employees laughing while their on the podium saying we got your back America maybe with a bunch of Americans with casts on them from out sources jobs. Think it’s more of a balance of trade that isn’t happening. Then we havd Unions that’s okay if realistic as we have workers out there underpaid with training involves or labor while car unions want 35 hr to put a part on a car in a assembly line when they can get it done elsewhere for a more realistic price. Not saying just less in comparison but realistic.

The dollar going up probably won’t help if they can pay them even less after they convert those dollars. A service environment is NOT acceptable nor a Answer to the problem it’s a lazy again pushover way to say that’s the way it is instead of doing something about it.


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Posted by silverngold @ 14:44 on March 6, 2015  

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A strong dollar is definately bad for America

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:36 on March 6, 2015  

If a country or store, buys more than it sells, for 50 years, eventually you end up with a country (or store) full of cheap crap and no money. Every consumer product in your house is worthless. Try to sell your furniture, stereo, or washing machine etc. Does not even pay to repair them when broken.

Harper Funneling Millions Into World’s Most Expensive Ghost-chase

Posted by silverngold @ 14:20 on March 6, 2015  

He’s just one more bought and paid for POS, IMO

When were the Canadian people asked by those who represent them, if they wanted to further participate in any wars or military conflict overseas? Under Harper’s Conservative reign thus far, he has allocated at least $122 million towardCanada’s involvement fighting the threat of ISIS (terrorism) in Iraq, and it looks like it might end-up costing a lot more. With over 600 members of the Canadian military being deployed to the area. Let’s not forget that Canada has alsoinvaded and occupied Afghanistan for roughly 10 years following the 9/11 attacks, again fighting against terrorism along with several others. The nation’s military has also been involved in Libya aggressively, and other conflicts as of lateDefense spending under Harper has increased consistently throughout many of the years and in 2012, Canada spent roughly $22 billion on the Department of National Defense alone. With a growing issue of poverty affecting many Canadian citizens, some might wonder why such excessive funding is being allocated to a seemingly never-ending conflict. Not only are individual citizens suffering from poverty, but the country itself is running a fairly high deficit in the trillions, it simply cannot afford to copy the moves of the US in taking on the initiative to take part in numerous conflicts overseas. Not only does this harm the reputation of Canada to those who have traditionally seen us as a peace-keeping nation, but it is also harming the future of Canadian citizens by driving the nation further into debt with wasteful spending. Some may want the nation to engage in further conflict, but it simply can’t afford it and doing so, again, is detrimental to the economic prosperity of the nation’s future.


The reason that it seems rather illogical to spend tens of millions of dollars on any “war on terror” is because the initiative itself is a self-perpetuating ghost-chase. Let me explain. At most, our conflicts overseas are a symbolic gesture, rather than an effectively well-planned, and purposeful strategy. Thus far, Canada has already invested over ten years toward this conflict of terrorism, without any clear idea of what victory would even look like or translate to, and without any clear exit strategy in place. Terrorism is essentially a tactic and there isn’t any way that you can win a war against a tactic, because it can be used by any person, at any time, and for any reason. How can the state ever expect to put an end to terrorism when it can’t even prevent simple crimes like speeding, drinking and driving, or illegal substance abuse etc? What the state doesn’t want to accept, is that you cannot entirely prevent the initiation of violence, the only thing that you can do is respond when a violent act is committed. As our previous article regarding the war on terrorism stated, Canada already has services in place that can assist with such a need of protecting individuals and their property from criminals (like terrorists). These services can assist in offering an investigation, consequence, and remedy for whenever an injustice occurs.


Unfortunately, when you use terrorist or excessively violent actions in response to terrorism, you only perpetuate the problem. With this sort of conflict, many innocent people lose their lives at the hands of the state and this only inspires more people to join the cause that we are fighting against. The recent bombing attacks against ISIS from the US alone, have led to roughly 20,000 new foreign fighters signing-up to join the Islamic State. This is what I mean by a self-perpetuating cycle. How many more will choose to engage in conflict each time an innocent person loses their life and the only justification given is “collateral damage” ? It seems that they are more likely to grow powerful, the more that the West intervenes. Perhaps a serious initiative to focus on would be to stop funding these groups in the first place. The US has been bombing the Middle East for well over a decade now, and many would say that the threat of terrorism is now more prevalent than ever, so then are we to really accept that more of the same will result in anything different? Shouldn’t we learn from our own past mistakes and those of the US? Because we seem to be setting the bar rather low for ourselves.

Corbett Report: The Global Fight Against Internet Censorship

Posted by silverngold @ 13:53 on March 6, 2015  

I am no longer able to watch the Corbett Report. I always get the message “an error occurred, please try again later”. I’m thinking the Corbett Report has been put into the “slow lane” since I’ve never before had a problem watching his videos. Anybody else have a problem with watching it?? Thanks!! Silverngold



A strong dollar is probably good for America

Posted by eeos @ 13:41 on March 6, 2015  

heck we import a ton of crap, so it makes all that stuff cheap. We don’t make alot of things and export them anymore, so who cares if it’s more expensive for others to buy our stuff….such as food. Which could piss everybody off in the world when basic food staples increase in price

Is it real or another (cyber-) space?

Posted by frr @ 13:40 on March 6, 2015  

The Us Dollar seems to have become the last fiat currency standing up; Is it because it used to be the dominant reserve currency over the last century, having nothing more to Export than US Dollars?, or is it a new reality that whatever the US accrued in zirp bonds is just any number of debt, neutralized by the FED, as you can’t owe anything to yourself (Richard Duncan) and Tsy and Fed are joined by the hip.

Louise Yamada, argues from a technical Point of view and sees further growth in the equities and stagnating, or lower PoG and resources. The renewed vigor of the US economy is fuelled – no, not by lower oil Prices – but by extreme advances in Technology.

… And the outcome is – beggar yourself as the neighbor happily exports its junk to the great whale of a mart.

While this may be true, it does not feed the masses, nor do they usually be on a spearhead of new developments and therefor of no conseqence; And even if Apple is building a new car, or a new watch with 2oz’s of Gold – the equation has finally come to fruition … Is it the sovereign states or the most powerful corporations to rule over their coming serfs.

As most of the PM advocates have given in once again to the upper Echelons of their ilk, even some of the most powerful have been seen faltering and regard the momentouos, historical and apocalyptic re-set
it seems for them, that the US, its currency and lastly its power will win the day.

The day of the great “Reckoning” – real assets always trump paper, or now even cyber assets.

Shoot the Messenger – have a real bullet left?

Goldi, You Mean Hold Nose And Buy UUP?? And a Honda?

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:28 on March 6, 2015  

I think its acting like a dot-com stock. Hopefully, the wrong thing will hit the news and push it back down against TPTB’s wishes.

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 13:21 on March 6, 2015  

Hedge with dollar long.

Holy Moly

Posted by goldielocks @ 13:17 on March 6, 2015  

Knew PMs was gonna get hit this month hopefully forming some kinda bottom for now but still hard to watch. Not in so no taking advantage of shorts but guess not losing shirtseither


Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:17 on March 6, 2015  

Check out the dollar, USD upper left, 3 mo view. Can’t possibly be natural market forces. All other currencies inversely lower. Everything is priced in dollars.


18 month view. Manually pushed higher late June early July 2014. 18% higher in 8 months for a currency acting like a dot-com stock can’t be normal.


The all time high was around 1980 with a 21% prime. A strong dollar policy (with falling rates, yoga) during Clinton ran $ up to 120 ’92-.00, causing .99 cent gasoline, $4 silver $250 gold, .42 cent Diesel, .46 cent copper, and steel scrap was totally worthless in ’01.


I assume the Bankers think the USA economy was replenished enough, between 2009 to June 2014. And the other freeloader burden countries suffered too much between ’09 and June 2014.

Shock and AWE BABY!

Posted by Aguila @ 13:02 on March 6, 2015  

Zowie! the action in metals and the US GREENBACK is truly amazing! Someone is having a hissy-fit! “They’re” like a badger that must urinate all over anything that they don’t or can’t eat so no other creature can gain from it.


Posted by eeos @ 12:53 on March 6, 2015  

I’m running Windoze 7 and my computer boots in less than a minute. So I don’t know what’s up for others. But a have lots of RAM and a large processor. I built my own machine to my expectations, not a random sale or see it in a magazine thing.


There’s seems to be no end in sight for the gold smashers. I can’t believe they haven’t killed Silver more but I guess they only have $15 and some change to go

Ororeef 10:01

Posted by Surveyor @ 12:20 on March 6, 2015  

You are right on point, my friend.

Scum useing Samson defence

Posted by Maddog @ 12:03 on March 6, 2015  

ie,SM is down….everything else has to crash…..

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