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Posted by Buygold @ 20:09 on March 8, 2015  

Thanks for the Halbig link. I’ve been following him for quite some time. Sandy hook doesn’t add up. Hard for some to believe that Hollywood could produce such a thing, but they have, and people have awakened to the fact that they’ll continue to do so, because everyone else is just too damn busy to pay attention.

Oh my gosh! There’s a shortage of USD’s now. Who wouldda thunk it?

Posted by Buygold @ 19:22 on March 8, 2015  


Problem is the ingenious method of valuing currencies against other worthless fiat currencies. If Russia or China decided to back their currencies with gold it would be game over, but they won’t – because who in their right mind would give up the power to print unlimited fiat?

I think we’ve been snookered. Gold will never again back any currency IMHO.

Wolfgang Halbig Files Lawsuit, “Sandy Hook Was Not Operating” in 2012, School Safety Expert Says”

Posted by silverngold @ 17:23 on March 8, 2015  

Wolfgang starts at about 10 minutes into the video.

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 15:45 on March 8, 2015  

Heard also their making a fortu off black women with beauty products including cheap hair extensions their waking up to one says she refuses to buy anymore. The thing is you can go there buy the machines cheap for almost anything and start your own business for pennies on the dollar compared to here. You or I could go there and do it. Guess you can say screw outsourcing pick up some condoms and do your part, or marry a foreigner. That will probably get deleted

silverngold @ 14:06 re Rubbing a little salt into the wound

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:32 on March 8, 2015  


Don’t forget to (BUY IMPORTS) to pay your world gov’t tax obligations this year, so they can give wealthy America’s work, to tax pig socialist nations that get huge gov’t benefits at our expense. On a global scale of “tax the rich” the USA is unfortunately considered “the fat cat” on the planet.

Do your share. Go the store and buy something, anything, even if you don’t need it. I broke down recently, and retired my worn out 20 year old USA made Dexter shoes. My NEW shoes are “made in Vietnam”.


Posted by goldielocks @ 15:25 on March 8, 2015  

I almost said I don’t know anything about a Bazza scandal lol that’s typical with some people though. If we had a Spanish or Filipino the same would happen. The thing about this amnesty and few other things even blacks don’t like. A black nurse for instance who married a African said he couldn’t get a job in farming because the Mexicans didn’t want him there and used the excuse he couldn’t speak Spanish. The guys here legally, speaks English, French and who knows what else but is discriminated against by people who use discrimination as a excuse for not being checked by police if there here legally or not. Illegals have Pot growing all over California and who knows where else. It’s all a game.

Lies and Deception

Posted by commish @ 15:21 on March 8, 2015  


State Dept. minutes confirm that whoever has the most gold makes the rules (from GATA)

Posted by drb2 @ 14:50 on March 8, 2015  

I would sure like to hear from what Casey, Armstrong and Norcini have to say regarding gold manipulation admissions.

Even when presented with direct quotes, they are completely silent


State Dept. minutes confirm that whoever has the most gold makes the rules


12:03a ET Friday, November 29, 2013

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Gold researcher Koos Jansen tonight calls attention to the minutes of a U.S. State Department meeting in April 1974 summoned by Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to consider the danger that the price of gold might get beyond the U.S. government’s control.

The objective of U.S. policy about gold during this time has not been secret; GATA has cited government records demonstrating it. For example:



But the minutes published by Jansen tonight are especially remarkable for making explicit the U.S. government’s recognition of what some gold advocates call “the golden rule” — that is, whoever has the most gold makes the rules.

The meeting is addressing what is perceived as the increasing desire among Western European countries to revalue their gold reserves upward, thereby increasing gold’s role in the international financial system, while U.S. policy has been to demonetize gold so as to leave the U.S. dollar unchallenged as the world reserve currency.


Secretary Kissinger asks the meeting: “Why is it against our interest to have gold in the system?”

He is answered by his assistant undersecretary of state for economic and business affairs, Thomas O. Enders.

The minutes, found by Jansen in the State Department archives in Volume 31 of “Foreign Relations of the United States, 1973-76,” record Kissinger’s exchange with Enders this way:

* * *

Mr. Enders: It’s against our interest to have gold in the system because for it to remain there it would result in it being evaluated periodically. Although we have still some substantial gold holdings — about $11 billion — a larger part of the official gold in the world is concentrated in Western Europe. This gives them the dominant position in world reserves and the dominant means of creating reserves. We’ve been trying to get away from that into a system in which we can control …

Secretary Kissinger: But that’s a balance-of-payments problem.

Mr. Enders: Yes, but it’s a question of who has the most leverage internationally. If they have the reserve-creating instrument, by having the largest amount of gold and the ability to change its price periodically, they have a position relative to ours of considerable power. For a long time we had a position relative to theirs of considerable power because we could change gold almost at will. This is no longer possible — no longer acceptable. Therefore, we have gone to Special Drawing Rights, which is also equitable and could take account of some of the less-developed-country interests and which spreads the power away from Europe. And it’s more rational in …

Secretary Kissinger: “More rational” being defined as being more in our interests or what?

Mr. Enders: More rational in the sense of more responsive to worldwide needs — but also more in our interest. …


* * *

So there you have it. Whoever has the most gold can control its valuation — and implicitly the valuation of every currency — and thereby create the most “reserves,” the most money, money being power. The interest of the United States, at least as it was perceived at that meeting at the State Department in April 1974, was to dominate the world through the power of money creation.

Few observers would deny the success of that policy from 1974 and earlier right up to the present day. The current war over gold, a war raging nearly everywhere today except in the mainstream financial news media, which strive desperately to overlook it, is a war for world domination through the power of money creation. Whoever gets the most gold will control its valuation, control the valuation of other currencies, and make the rules for the international financial system.

The minutes of the April 1974 meeting at the State Department are posted at Jansen’s Internet site, In Gold We Trust, here:


At the State Department archive here:


And at GATA’s Internet site here:


CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

Rubbing a little salt into the wound

Posted by silverngold @ 14:06 on March 8, 2015  


treefrog @19:17

Posted by Miami @ 13:57 on March 8, 2015  

Is it Allspice


Another COPD article

Posted by newtogold @ 12:56 on March 8, 2015  



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