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now for something completely different.

Posted by WANKA @ 23:54 on February 16, 2016  


oh yeah!

Posted by WANKA @ 23:41 on February 16, 2016  


More Jim Rogers – I’m sure he owns gold but “just not buying it now”

Posted by Buygold @ 21:05 on February 16, 2016  



Posted by Buygold @ 21:01 on February 16, 2016  

You posted the Rally Monkey? Seriously? I’m with Ipso, you need to go stand in the corner with Wanka the “this is it” guy!

Now, we need to do something more productive – let’s see if we can find a way to offend R640, shouldn’t be hard.


OK ipso but I specialize in licking windows….

Posted by macroman3 @ 20:41 on February 16, 2016  

Not as chalky…you know how we all try to avoid Chalky


Posted by ipso facto @ 19:39 on February 16, 2016  

I didn’t see it but if you did post the infamous RM then you need to go stand in the corner and kiss the sheetrock for an hour and ponder the error of your ways!

BG and ipso, you can blame me for the high falutin prognostications and the kiss of death…

Posted by macroman3 @ 19:37 on February 16, 2016  

posting the rally monkey.

sorry ya’ll


Posted by ipso facto @ 19:28 on February 16, 2016  

We knew we were due for a pullback … I was just hoping it wasn’t such a thorough beating. Having said that I’ll be real surprised if we head down into the sub $1150 area. If we are back up by the end of the week then it’s off to the races. IMO

“200 day MA” Yeah that would hurt!


Fed’s Kashkari Floats Breaking Up Big Banks to Avert Meltdown

Posted by Farmboy @ 18:18 on February 16, 2016  

““The biggest banks are still too big to fail and continue to pose a significant risk to our economy,” Kashkari, who managed the U.S. Treasury’s $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program for rescuing banks in the crisis, said in his remarks. It was his first public speech since joining the Fed on Jan. 1 as its newest policy maker.”


It’s time to kill the $100 bill

Posted by Farmboy @ 18:07 on February 16, 2016  

“Harvard’s Mossavar Rahmani Center for Business and Government, which I am privileged to direct, has just issued an important paper by senior fellow Peter Sands and a group of student collaborators. The paper makes a compelling case for stopping the issuance of high denomination notes like the 500 euro note and $100 bill or even withdrawing them from circulation.”


Banning Cash “Necessary to Give Central Banks More Power”

Posted by silverngold @ 17:56 on February 16, 2016  


This article was written by Paul Joseph Watson and originally published at Infowars.com.

Editor’s Comment: It is already astounding how much power has already been given to central banks since the last crisis; QE alone gave the Federal Reserve nearly complete power over the economy. But it is even more outrageous that the elite members of these institutions, of the big banks, and of the media outlets that represent their interests are blaming the people holding cash for today’s relapse into fiscal oblivion, and demanding that cash be abolished, rather than the policies that have brought us to the brink.

It is absolutely the problem-reaction-solution method at work, to force the population onto a totally digital, tracked and traced electronic currency.

Financial Times Calls For Abolishing Cash

by Paul Joseph Watson

The Financial Times has published an anonymous article which calls for the abolition of cash in order to give central banks and governments more power.

Entitled The case for retiring another ‘barbarous relic’, the article laments the fact that people are stockpiling cash in anticipation of another economic collapse, a factor which is causing, “a lot of distortion to the economic system.”

“The existence of cash — a bearer instrument with a zero interest rate — limits central banks’ ability to stimulate a depressed economy. The worry is that people will change their deposits for cash if a central bank moves rates into negative territory,” states the article.

Complaining that cash cannot be tracked and traced, the writer argues that its abolition would, “make life easier for a government set on squeezing the informal economy out of existence.”

Abolishing cash would also give governments more power to lift taxes directly from people’s bank accounts, the author argues, noting how “Value added tax, for example, could be automatically levied — and reimbursed — in real time on transactions between liable bank accounts.”

The writer also calls for punishing people who use cash by making users “pay for the privilege of anonymity” so they will, “remain affected by monetary policy.” Dated bank notes would lose their value over time, while people would also be charged by banks for swapping electronic reserves for physical cash and vice versa.

The article echoes an argument made by Kenneth Rogoff, former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund, who has called for high denomination banks notes such as the €100 and €500 notes to be phased out of existence.

As we previously reported, Rogoff attended a meeting in London earlier this year where he met representatives from the Federal Reserve, the ECB as well as participants from the Swiss and Danish central banks. The issue of banning cash was at the forefront of the agenda.

Last year, Rogoff also called for “abolishing physical currency” in order to stop “tax evasion and illegal activity” as well as preventing people from withdrawing money when interest rates are close to zero.

The agenda to ban cash was also discussed at this year’s secretive Bilderberg Group meeting, which was attended by the Financial Times’ chief economics commentator Martin Wolf.

Former Bank of England economist Jim Leaviss penned an article for the London Telegraph earlier this year in which he said a cashless society would only be achieved by “forcing everyone to spend only by electronic means from an account held at a government-run bank,” which would be, “monitored, or even directly controlled by the government.”

In the UK, banks are treating the withdrawal of cash in amounts as low as £5,000 as a suspicious activity, while in France, citizens will be banned from making cash payments over €1,000 euros from Tuesday onwards. The withdrawal and deposit of cash over the amount of €1,000 euros will also be subject to ID verification.

“There is no more egregious anti-liberty economic policy imaginable than banning cash,” writes Michael Krieger.

“Of course, if cash were involuntarily “ended,” there would be a surge in demand for physical gold and silver, which would then necessitate a ban on those items. Then the cycle of economic and financial tyranny would be complete, and crawling our way out of it, nearly impossible.”


Dr. Andrew Moulden: Every Vaccine Produces Harm…Murdered for exposing the vaccine industry lie

Posted by silverngold @ 17:16 on February 16, 2016  


Moulden – A Search for Life and Truth


by John P. Thomas
Health Impact News

Canadian physician Dr. Andrew Moulden provided clear scientific evidence to prove that every dose of vaccine given to a child or an adult produces harm. The truth that he uncovered was rejected by the conventional medical system and the pharmaceutical industry. Nevertheless, his warning and his message to America remains as a solid legacy of the man who stood up against big pharma and their program to vaccinate every person on the Earth.

Dr Moulden died unexpectedly in November of 2013 at age 49.

Because of the strong opposition from big pharma concerning Dr. Moulden’s research, I became concerned that the name of this brilliant researcher and his life’s work had nearly been deleted from the internet. His reputation was being disparaged, and his message of warning and hope was being distorted and buried without a tombstone.

I prepared a series of articles as a tribute to a great physician and as a memorial to a courageous individual who was not afraid to speak the truth about medical corruption and a flawed healthcare system that does more to harm health than it does to cure disease.

This is the first in a series of four articles about Dr. Moulden — the man, the physician, and the powerful advocate for ending all vaccine use. In future articles, I will summarize his detailed scientific evidence, which shows how vaccine damage occurs. I will explain the common mechanisms behind vaccine damage and how vaccines harm the health of everyone who receives them regardless of whether or not they notice any adverse reactions at the time they take the shots.

Dr. Moulden stated:

What we have done to each other [with vaccines] has produced the most profound damage to humankind by humankind in the history of humanity. And the reason why we got here is partly because of:

  1. Our arrogance in thinking that we know everything. In physiology and medicine we do not know everything!
  2. [Our greed] to advance our own self-interest to make money, to sell products and to advance corporate alliances. Commercialization has overtaken the fundamental human value of “do unto others as you would have others do unto you.” When society turns toward this human value, then we would all be working together for the greater good of each other. [However, other values have become more important] I don’t care whose feet I step on or how I get there as long as my American dream is realized. I don’t care who has to pay for it on the way of getting there. [1]

Dr. Moulden’s Credibility

Was Dr. Moulden a crackpot as some sources claim, or was he a brilliant physician and researcher? This series of articles will set the record straight, and summarize the contribution that his work has made to medical knowledge.

When I evaluate the credibility of people who are unknown to me, I begin by seeking answers to a few basic questions. For example: Is this person offering opinion, or can he or she back up the claims with valid science? Does he have educational credentials? Are there other physicians and scientists who support his or her beliefs and recommendations? Is this person controlled by the pharmaceutical industry, allopathic medical associations, or the US FDA (US Food and Drug Administration)? And finally, what do Quackwatch and their friends have to say about the person?

Please read the rest here and watch his video’s

– See more at: http://vaccineimpact.com/2014/dr-andrew-moulden-every-vaccine-produ…

Well Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 16:52 on February 16, 2016  

Rough day as they decided to beat us back under $1200. I guess we’ll have to see if the dip buyers arrive in the next day or two.

Really hoping they don’t bust us back below the 200 dma.

Who let the dogs out.

Posted by commish @ 15:48 on February 16, 2016  


Wonder what the bozo’s have in store for Silver?

Posted by eeos @ 15:00 on February 16, 2016  

line in the sand


Posted by treefrog @ 14:04 on February 16, 2016  


whatever it is, i like it!


Posted by redneckokie1 @ 13:24 on February 16, 2016  

Probably not many sellers at .03. Four cents today is a 19% move. The companies that have managers that were around in the 1980’s will probably survive.

The Middle East is talking production cuts so hat may explain the pop.



Posted by Maddog @ 13:15 on February 16, 2016  

Tks…Rock and hard place come to mind. Not often the likes of AP admit problems.

Ps Scum in big now Europe has gone home…bidding Dollar,SM and just to show they can rates !!!….while belting all PM’s…same old play book.

Pps…don’t go near any public parks, if your gonna hack Hellary !!!!!!


Posted by treefrog @ 12:35 on February 16, 2016  

nice pop in the sandbox.  any idea what that’s about?

Maddog : Follow up on your post about Bank Problems

Posted by Farmboy @ 12:03 on February 16, 2016  



Ps) That post about ” climate change the cause for Syria’s problems”  was hacked from Al Gores personal computer while he was attending the Davos conference. It was marked ‘For Hillary’s Eyes Only’. 🙂

The ONE Bank

Posted by drb2 @ 11:59 on February 16, 2016  
Kudos to a vulnerable organization like Sprott for having the courage to publish something on this subject.
I Double-Dog-Dare any political candidate or moderator to bring up the subject in a Presidental debate.
some decent reader comments.
btw: not knowing what Double-Dog-Dare actually meant, I thought it prudent to look it up
I guess i could up the ante to Triple-Dog


Posted by Maddog @ 11:37 on February 16, 2016  

forgot to mention that B o E is fully aware of Bank funding prob and is monitoring situation !!!!

Also most EU banks have to raise new capital now/vsoon, due to stricter Reg’s coming in, so either they wave the new Regs or ECB fudges again…

As I said before DB must be hamaeraging deposits.

Hey BG

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:01 on February 16, 2016  

Are we gonna have a gain in the HUI today? PM shares coming back. KOW (knock on wood) 🙂

silverngold @ 10:26

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:59 on February 16, 2016  

Absolutely amazing there’s been no autopsy!

Does she want to go head to head with the Russians?

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:53 on February 16, 2016  

Merkel calls for ‘no-fly zone’ in Syria

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has backed the controversial idea of imposing a no-fly zone over northern Syria to alleviate the refugee crisis as the country plays along with Ankara’s demands for the creation of a “buffer area” along its border.

“In the current situation it would be helpful, if there could be such an area, where none of the parties are allowed to launch aerial attacks, that is to say, a kind of no-fly zone,” Merkel told the daily Stuttgarter Zeitung, when asked by the publication about opening up areas to host refugees.

Echoing a long-standing call from Turkey to establish a no-fly zone over parts of Syria, Merkel stressed that while it is impossible to negotiate with terrorists from Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), she said it would be helpful if the “anti-Assad coalition and the Assad-supporters … come to an agreement.”

Berlin’s rhetoric, which has been aimed at appeasing Turkey for months, goes against NATO policy. The body turned down the no-fly zone proposal as late as last week.

more https://www.rt.com/news/332571-merkel-syria-no-fly-zone/

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