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Posted by ipso facto @ 23:06 on October 12, 2015  

Now it’s “Climate Change” so they got ya coming and going. :mrgreen:


ipso facto

Posted by Maddog @ 21:46 on October 12, 2015  

Tks mate…already got the coal in..better stock up on the rest….what happened to Global Warming ???


Posted by ipso facto @ 21:21 on October 12, 2015  

Israeli Arabs call general strike, MKs to visit Temple Mount

DEBKAfile October 11, 2015, 3:54 PM (IDT)
The supreme coordination committee of Israeli Arabs Sunday declared a general strike for Tuesday, in protest against “cabinet ministers incitement” against their community. This step comes on top of a series of Arab Israeli pro-Palestinian disturbances and attacks on security forces and highways and was taken in consultation the United Arab Knesset list. Wednesday, Arab Knesset members announced they will visit Temple Mount in a body, to challenge the ban Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu imposed on lawmakers’ visits in an attempt to defuse the violent tensions surrounding the shrine.


Posted by ipso facto @ 20:57 on October 12, 2015  

You may want to stock up on biscuits and gin.

Britain faces longest winter in 50 years after earliest ever arrival of Siberian swan

The arrival of winter, traditionally heralded by the migration of Siberian swans, has come early as 300 birds flock to Britain


Scum action

Posted by Maddog @ 15:22 on October 12, 2015  

The Hui put on over 30 % in 9 tradeing days…so someone wanted in…yet tdy it has never rallied off the low and made new lows all day…..that is the action of a rigged mkt, with an unlimited seller in it.

How long before gold is back below 1150…not long with the Scum selling 24/7….


Posted by Maddog @ 14:23 on October 12, 2015  

If Putin looks pissed off in that Vid…wait till he sese what the Scum did to Oil tdy !!!!!!

Keep an eye peeled Ben

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:51 on October 12, 2015  

Ben Carson Upsets Mainstream Media: Openly Questions Fiat Money

Submitted by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute,

Neurosurgeon-turned-Presidential candidate Ben Carson has been under attack this week by our PC-enforcers in the media. While most of the media scorn has been directed at Carson’s defense of gun ownership following last week’s shooting in Oregon – Matt O’Brien of the Washington Post slapped at Carson for flirting with the gold standard.

In an article on Friday criticizing Jeb Bush for not condemning the gold standard harshly enough (Bush only offered a timid “I don’t think so” when asked whether the US should make such a move), O’Brien highlighted some surprisingly sound comments Dr. Carson made earlier this week during an interview with NPR. While discussing the nation’s current debt, Carson said:

“[T]he only reason that we can sustain that kind of debt is because of our artificial ability to print money, to create what we think is wealth, but it is not wealth, because it’s based upon our faith and credit. You know, we decoupled it from the domestic gold standard in 1933, and from the international gold standard in 1971, and since that time, it’s not based on anything. Why would we be continuing to do that?”

more http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-10-12/ben-carson-upsets-mainstream-media-openly-questions-fiat-money

Richard 640 Not even Kunstler

Posted by Samb @ 13:39 on October 12, 2015  

will own up to the real problem. The prescribing of ssri physchotropic drugs. The evidence is simply overwhelming.

KUNSTLER=working class is now an idle class that can only dream of what it means to be a man and they are bombarded with the most sordid pre-packaged media dreams in the form of video games based on homicide, the narcissistic power fantasies of movies, TV, and professional sports, and the frustrating tauntings of free porn.

Posted by Richard640 @ 13:21 on October 12, 2015  

Bang, You’re Dead

Apropos of the recent Roseburg, Oregon, school massacre that left nine dead, President Obama said, “we’re going to have to come together and stop these things from happening.” That’s an understandable sentiment, and the president has to say something, after all. But within the context of how life is lived in this country these days, we’re not going to stop these things from happening.

And what is that context? A nation physically arranged on-the-ground to produce maximum loneliness, arranged economically to produce maximum anxiety, and disposed socially to produce maximum alienation. Really, everything in the once vaunted American way of life goes in the direction of depression, rage, violence, and death.

This begs the question about guns. I believe it should be harder to buy guns. I believe certain weapons-of-war, such as assault rifles, should not be sold in the civilian market. But I also believe that the evolution of our Deep State — the collusion of a corrupt corporate oligarchy with an overbearing police and surveillance apparatus — is such a threat to liberty and decency that the public needs to be armed in defense of it. The Deep State needs to worry about the citizens it is fucking with.

The laws on gun sales range from ridiculously lax in many states to onerous in a few. Yet the most stringent, Connecticut, (rated “A” by the Brady Campaign org), was the site of the most horrific massacre of recent times so far, the 2012 Sandy Hook School shooting. The handgun law in New York City is the most extreme in the nation — limiting possession only to police and a few other very special categories of citizens. But it took the “stop-and-frisk” policy to really shake the weapons out of the gang-banging demographic. And now that Mayor Bill deBlasio has deemed that “racist,” gang-banging murders are going up again.

Which leads to a consideration that there is already such a fantastic arsenal of weapons loose in this country that attempts to regulate them would be an exercise in futility — it would only stimulate brisker underground trafficking in the existing supply.

What concerns me more than the gun issue per se is the extraordinary violence-saturated, pornified culture of young men driven crazy by failure, loneliness, grievance, and anger. More and more, there are no parameters for the normal expression of masculine behavior in America — for instance, taking pride in doing something well, or becoming a good candidate for marriage. The lower classes have almost no vocational domain for the normal enactments of manhood, and one of the few left is the army, where they are overtly trained to be killers.

Much of what used to be the working class is now an idle class that can only dream of what it means to be a man and they are bombarded with the most sordid pre-packaged media dreams in the form of video games based on homicide, the narcissistic power fantasies of movies, TV, and professional sports, and the frustrating tauntings of free porn. The last thing they’re able to do is form families. All of this operates in conditions where there are no normal models of male authority, especially fathers and bosses, to regulate the impulse control of young men — and teach them to regulate it themselves.

The physical setting of American life composed of a failing suburban sprawl pattern for daily life — the perfect set-up for making community impossible — obliterates the secondary layer of socialization beyond the family. This is life in the strip-mall wilderness of our country, which has gotten to be most of where people live. Imagine a society without families and real communities and wave your flag over that.

President Obama and whatever else passes for authority in America these days won’t even talk about that. They don’t have a vocabulary for it. They don’t understand how it works and what it’s doing to the nation. Many of the parts and modules of it make up what’s left of our foundering economy: junk food, pointless and endless motoring, television. We’re not going to do anything about it. The killing and the mayhem will continue through the process of economic collapse that we have entered. And when we reach the destination of all that, probably something medieval or feudal in make-up, it will be possible once again for boys to develop into men instead of monsters.

Putin makes some good points here

Posted by Auandag @ 12:20 on October 12, 2015  


Posted by ipso facto @ 11:30 on October 12, 2015  

Sounds good to me.

Of course an HUI with an RSI of 90 pegged for the next 3 mos sounds better. :mrgreen:

spot had a nice overnite climb

Posted by eeos @ 10:52 on October 12, 2015  

but if you own the paper PM stocks it’s SELL SELL SELL!!!!! sickening. never mind that gold is still green though. good job cabal. hey look they even have the general stock market pumped

More headaches for the cretins

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:42 on October 12, 2015  

Germany May Set Off a Run on the Gold Stored at the New York Federal Reserve – by Robert Wenzel, Lew Rockwell

WSJ’s John Carney has a report out on a very important story. The plan of the Germans to audit and physically inspect all their gold.

Writes Carney:

A German federal court has said that country’s central bank should conduct annual audits and physically inspect its gold reserves worldwide, including gold in the custody of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. In addition to the FRBNY, Bundesbank gold is stored in London, Paris and Frankfurt.

For decades, the Bundesbank has relied on written confirmation of its gold holdings in London, Paris and New York. According to the report from the German audit court, the last time Bundesbank officials physically inspected the central banks gold holdings was, well, never.

This is big.

There has long been speculation that the New York Fed does not have anywhere near the gold in its vaults that it claims to hold for various countries. If other countries follow in Germany’s path and demand accounting of their gold, with physical inspection, this could cause a major problem for the Fed, if it does not hold the gold reserves it claims to hold.

A stalling by the Fed of foreign audits would be a warning signal to foreign countries that the gold alleged to be on hand at the Fed may not be there. The wise foreign country treasurer, upon seeing delaying tactics, would surely consider pulling his country’s gold out at that time, in the hope that he won’t be stuck as the last man with a Fed receipt with no gold to back it.

Carney understands this:

[I]f the gold isn’t there, well, calamity could follow as trust in the central bank gold depositories evaporated instantly.

But there is a question to be raised as to how thorough of an audit will actually be able to be conducted given the sloppy methods the Fed uses in recording actual gold ownership . Carney writes:

In any event, it looks like Bundesbank officials will soon be visiting the Fed’s vault, which is located 80 feet below street level and 50 feet below sea level. The vault is accessible only by elevators controlled by an operator in a remote location. I’ve been told by a source that the elevator operator is actually not in New York City at all, although I can’t confirm this and the Fed won’t discuss this sort of thing.

Down in the vault there are 122 compartments assigned to depositing countries and international organizations. Smaller gold depositing countries get shelves in shared library compartments.

The compartments do not have labels reading “Germany’s gold” and so on. They are instead numbered, and only a few people at the Fed know what numbers correspond to which country. The Fed says it does this to protect the privacy of the depositors. But this also makes actual inspection less reliable. There’s no way for Germany to know that the gold it is being shown is Germany’s, as opposed to some other depositor’s. In an extreme case—which I have no reason to believe is true—miscreants at the Fed could just show everyone who came to visit the same pile of gold.

But there is a long-term workaround to the US sloppy recording methods. The German auditorscould audit the gold and also mark the bars, say with “Property of the the Federal Republic of Germany” and a serial number for each bar. It is after all their gold!

This would make it much more difficult for the Fed to show this to other countries as gold belonging to them, instead of Germany. Especially, if auditors show up with short notice (as auditors are supposed to do!) and if this gold auditing catches on–as it should.

And speaking of gold audits. What about US gold held by the Treasury? I have long believed that an “Audit the Gold” campaign would be much more important than the “Audit the Fed” push.

Curiously, the gold of the United States of America has never been audited. And that leads to all kinds of speculation.Carney explains:

The gold of the United States government, which officials say is held in the United States Bullion Depository in Fort Knox, has been rumored—probably since the Depository’s founding in 1937—to have been looted and replaced with gold-painted tungsten, for instance. The government treats this as nonsense—which it most likely is—but nonetheless it does conduct regularly scheduled audits of the gold in Fort Knox, including doing purity tests on a small sample of the gold.

If Senator Rand Paul wanted to take a step toward getting back in the good graces of libertarians, his promoting an Audit the Gold bill in Congress would be an excellent step.


Been a while since the HUI was getting overbought per the RSI

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:01 on October 12, 2015  


the subtitles do not match the dialog :)

Posted by treefrog @ 9:44 on October 12, 2015  

“big and paradroppy”

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:28 on October 12, 2015  

Why Gold Is Surging: BofA Says To Expect A “Massive Policy Shift In 2016”

While US equity futures have gone nowhere overnight, which is surprising considering (the incorrect) interpretation that by boosting overall liquidity through expanded collateral China has finally unleashed shadow QE (more on this later), which led to a rally for Chinese stocks if not US risk, one asset class that has been quietly levitating higher overnight is gold. Perhaps a lot of this is due to the realization that while the PBOC may not have launched QE now, it has no choice but to do so eventually.

Or perhaps the real realization is what Macquarie said over the weekend when it laid out quite correctly what the next big policy step will be after the current QE craze fizzles. This is what we said on Saturday:

To summarize what Australia’s biggest investment bank just said, in a nutshell, “small and incremental is out”, and will be replaced by big and “paradroppy”, a step which as Macquarie succinctly puts it, will “ban capitalism and by-pass banking and capital markets altogether.”

Crazy? Not at all: since the status quo will be fighting for its life, this step is all too likely if it means perpetuating a broken system, and an economic orders based on textbook after textbook of lies. In fact, we would go further and say war (of the global variety) is also inevitable, as the global “1%” loses control. It won’t go quietly.

Finally, we most certainly agree that the catalyst to unleash the “endgame” cycle will be some “combination of a major accident in several asset classes and/or sharp global slowdown.” But long before that even, keep an eye on gold: having provided a tremendous buying opportunity for the past 4 years because for some idiotic reason “conventional wisdom” decided that central banks are in control, have credibility and can fix a problem they created and make worse with each passing day, soon the global monetary debasement genie will be out of the bottle, and not even the entire BIS trading floor will be able to suppress the price of paper (as physical gold has not only decoupled from paper prices but long since departed on a one-way trip to China) for much longer.

more http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-10-12/why-gold-surging-bofa-says-expect-massive-policy-shift-2016

Assault Weapons Ban Before U.S. Supreme Court

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:15 on October 12, 2015  

The U.S. Supreme Court could announce as early as Tuesday whether it will hear a challenge to a suburban Chicago law banning firearms commonly known as assault weapons.

If the court agrees to hear the case, it would cast a shadow over similar bans in seven states. But declining to take it up would boost efforts to impose such bans elsewhere, at a time of renewed interest in gun regulation after recent mass shootings.


Happy Thanksgiving Day Canada

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:02 on October 12, 2015  

Good morning Oasis

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:01 on October 12, 2015  

Mines Management Inc. Raises Cash and Provides Update on Financial Matters and The Montanore Permitting Process


New Jersey Mining Signs Option to Purchase Agreement to Acquire 100-Percent Interest in the Golden Chest Mine


Coffee Time

Posted by winedoc @ 7:41 on October 12, 2015  


5 yards of topsoil to be spread on my day off …….

Might have a little time to peek into the Tent  though ……

Gold and Silver looking perky this morning



CALIFORNIA Gov Brown signs mandatory vaccines for Adults

Posted by goldielocks @ 2:22 on October 12, 2015  

Brown on a Orwellian Roll

Signed the mandatory adult vaccine Bill for day care workers. That’s just the start. Next it will expand till it’s all adults.

Signs bill banning concealed weapons in schools.
Guess it will make it easier for criminals now.


Posted by goldielocks @ 1:47 on October 12, 2015  

This is the back assward thinking today.

In Italy a uncle sees his niece at a bus stop and a Muslim is attacking his niece. He and a friend rush over beat up her attacker probably saving her from kidnap and rape maybe her life  and they charge him.


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