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Charleston Voice
Banker Gold Price Suppression Currency Manipulations Have Persisted for 50 years
This 1967 meeting of the FOMC nearly 46 years ago is clear and indisputable evidence of gold price suppression and currency manipulation of the world's "free" and "open" market exchanges.  This criminal cabal has certainly built up their mechanisms since this time to conceal their sinister scheme from issuing dishonest money. It's blatant now and all of "in your face" is their behavioral response to inquiry. Damn the torpedoes, full steam ahead. If you find this too cumbersome to read, the Fed
Saturday, February 27, 2021
Philip Judge - Anglo Far East
Petro-Dollars and Sound Money
In this report we take a brief look at the growing world of Islamic Financing and Banking, it’s history, and strict governing laws. We will observe it’s unique features, implementation strategy and give some background to the ideology that exists behind the system.
Saturday, January 16, 2021
Jan Skoyles Real Asset Co - The Real Asset Co
  The full guide to Nazi gold and currency war 
This morning’s papers and news-shows are full of the story that in 1939 the Bank of England facilitated the sale of Nazi looted gold, not just once but at least twice during that year. Both times without approval of the British government, despite an attempt to freeze Czech assets. The story of Nazi gold is both fascinating and tragic. We take a look at ‘the greatest robbery of all time’ and draw parallels with the modern day gold migration. What is Nazi gold? Nazi gold is a phrase that refers t
Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Jesse - Le Cafe Américain
Conscience, Heroic Virtue, and Civil Disobedience in the Resistance to Evil
"A period of tension ensued, for the Danish population in general and its Jewish citizens in particular. Danish policy sought to ensure its independence and neutrality by placating the neighboring Nazi regime. After Denmark was occupied by Germany following Operation Weserübung on April 9, 1940, the situation became increasingly precarious. In 1943, the situation came to a head when Werner Best, the German plenipotentiary in Denmark ordered the arrest and deportation of all Danish Jews, schedul
Saturday, December 23, 2017
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Another Round of Ransomware Cyberattacks Hits Major Companies Across the Globe: Assessing the Blame
Another version of the “WannaCry” ransomware virus has gone viral, this one dubbed “Petya” by some and “GoldenEye” by others. Alternatively, some security experts say it is an entirely new virus. Pharmaceutical company Merck, Danish shipper Maersk, advertising group WPP Group, Ukrainian banks, and Russian oil company Rosneft all report significant intrusions on their computer systems. The Wall Street Journal reports Cyberattacks Hit Major Companies Across Globe. Global businesses from Europe to
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Alasdair Macleod - Finance and Eco.
Update on Brexit
This article looks at the background to Brexit negotiations and concludes that Britain is negotiating from a position of strength, while the EU is increasingly in a position of financial difficulty. Not only will the European Commission be forced to scale back its spending and redistribution of resources, but the euro project is threatened by capital flight between member states, despite the early signs of economic recovery which should be restoring market confidence. Politicking aside, pressure
Friday, May 12, 2017
Graham Summer - Gains Pains & Capital
Market Alarm: 2017 - The Year of The “Trump Bump” Or “Trump Dump”
What a tumultuous year 2016 has been. Just around this time last year, we were looking back at 2015 and analyzing how 2016 would unfold. The August 24-25, 2015 “Flash Crash” was the talk of the day, where the S&P 500 faltered with an over 10% decline from its all-time highs. It was the first time in over 4 years that the noble index fell from grace so badly; and January and February 2016 brought more pain for the index. Back in 2016, China’s unknown growth drivers, Brexit, the faltering price of
Monday, February 6, 2017
Chris Vermeulen - GoldandOilGuy
The New Gold Rush Of 2017!
Gold to Regain Its Gleam! One question that gold investors are asking now is, will 2017 be as spectacular for the yellow metal as it was in 2016? The short and sweet answer to this is YES. The dollar, gold and the major U.S. stock exchanges will all see new highs. Gold is currently in a "complex corrective correction" while experiencing its' last pullback, beforehand. Both the short-term outlook and the long-term outlook for gold is BULLISH!  Trumps' victory win is a positive for gold
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
“Financial Lockdown… ATMs Went Dry”: 3 Police States Banning Cash to Control the People
Is it any coincidence that the financial crises, and the subsequent restrictions, follow the general chaos and upheaval that surround hotspots and conflict zones? The European Union has once again been confronted with a major terror attack, and is coming down harsh on cash, gold and other valuables as a response. Due to its supposed connection to financing terrorism, cash and gold are being closely monitored and seized as it flows into the EU. Meanwhile, economic crisis driving extremely tight c
Wednesday, December 28, 2016
Graham Summer - Gains Pains & Capital
The Big Theme for 2017: Global Cash Bans
The big theme for 2017 will be Cash… not a pro-deflationary “time to own cash” theme… but a “let’s ban it as quickly as possible” theme. Let’s review. In 2016: 1)   Former Secretary of the Treasury, Larry Summers, called for the US to do away with the $100 bill. 2)   Former Chief Economist for the IMF, Ken Rogoff, published his book The Curse of Cash. 3)   The New York Times and Financial Times publicly endorse a ban on cash. 4)   Fed Chair Janet Yellen, during a Q&A session said cash is “not a
Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Graham Summer - Gains Pains & Capital
A Cash Ban is Coming to the US
India’s decision to ban Rupee notes above 500 has become the financial media’s topic du jour. However, India is in fact just the latest in a series of countries to ban physical cash in higher denominations. The war on cash has been going on since at least 2014 if not earlier. To that end, France has banned any transaction over €1,000 Euros from using physical cash. Spain has banned transactions over €2,500. Uruguay has banned transactions over $5,000. Outside of these countries Canada, Norway, D
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Britain, U.S. sending planes, troops to deter Russia in the east
26-Oct (Reuters) — Britain said on Wednesday it will send fighter jets to Romania next year and the United States promised troops, tanks and artillery to Poland in NATO’s biggest military build-up on Russia’s borders since the Cold War. Germany, Canada and other NATO allies also pledged forces at a defense ministers meeting in Brussels on the same day two Russian warships armed with cruise missiles entered the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Denmark, underscoring East-West tensions. PG View: Geop
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Jan Skoyles -
  Cashless Society – War On Cash to Benefit Gold
Cashless Society – Risks Posed By The War On Cash by Jan Skoyles, Editor Mark O’Byrne Introduction  Cash is the new “barbarous relic” according to many central banks, regulators, and some economists and there is a strong, concerted push for the ‘cashless society’. Developments in recent days and weeks have highlighted the risks posed by the war on cash and the cashless society. The Presidential campaign has been dominated for months and again this week by the power of information that has been
Friday, October 21, 2016
James Howard Kunstler
  Signs of Desperation 
Idiocy and mendacity are a bad combo in the affairs of nations, especially in elections. The present case in the USA displays both qualities to near-perfection: on one side, a boorish pseudo-savior in zero command of ideas; on the other side, a wannabe racketeer-in-chief in full command of her instinctive deceit. Trump offers incoherent rhetoric in opposition to the current dismal order of things; Clinton offers empty, pandering rhetoric in defen
Monday, September 12, 2016
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Case for -2 Rates, Banning Cash James Grant Blasts Lunatic Proposals
Looking for group think, extrapolation of extreme silliness, linear thinking, and belief in absurd models? Then look no further than Fed presidents, their advisors, and academia loaded charlatan professors. Today’s spotlight is on Marvin Goodfriend, a former economist and policy advisor at the Federal Reserve’s Bank of Richmond, and Ken Rogoff, a chaired Harvard economics professor, a one-time chief economist at the International Monetary Fund. Case for Minus 2% Rates Goodfriend says the Fed Mi
Sunday, September 11, 2016
Sprott Money
Negative Interest Rates: The Tax On Capital - Jeff Nielson
So-called “negative interest rates” are illegal. This is an inescapable conclusion of law, arrived at simply by applying some of the most fundamental principles of our entire legal system. But let’s put aside this issue of legality, it is a topic which will be dealt with comprehensively, in a sequel to this piece. There is no such thing as a “negative interest rate”. By definition, an “interest rate” is a positive number. It is the price which we pay in exchange for the use of capital. Thus
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Przemyslaw Radomski CFA - SunshineProfits
How Will Brexit Impact the Gold Market A Historical Perspective
We know why Britons voted to leave the EU and what the UK’s options outside the EU are. Now, let’s analyze how Brexit could affect the gold market. We covered this topic in the latest edition of the Market Overview, as well as the daily updates of the Gold News Monitor, but today we will examine how the shiny metal performed during the past disintegrations of economic unions. There are many examples of break-ups or exits from monetary unions (since 1945, more than sixty distinct countries or ter
Friday, August 19, 2016
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Negative Interest Rates: Have They Backfired Already
Anyone with an ounce of common sense knows that negative interest rates cannot occur naturally, can only occur with government or central bank intervention, have nothing to do with free markets, and must fail eventually. That’s two to four strikes against them, depending on how one counts duplicate ideas. The question at hand is: Have negative interest rates backfired already? The Wall Street Journal discusses the “early evidence” in Are Negative Rates Backfiring? Two years ago, the European Ce
Monday, August 8, 2016
24hGold - Associated Press
OIL Lower oil prices push Norway's Statoil to Q2 loss
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil ASA posted a loss in the second quarter, pushing it to rein in investment this year. The state-controlled company on Wednesday reported a net loss of $302 million, from a profit of $866 million for the same period a year ago. Revenue dropped to $10.9 billion from $17.4 million a year earlier. CEO Eldar Saetre wrote that the company would lower its capital expenses and exploration forecasts this
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
24hGold - Associated Press
OIL Lower oil prices push Norway's Statoil to Q2 loss
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil ASA posted a loss in the second quarter, pushing it to rein in investment this year. The state-controlled company on Wednesday reported a net loss of $302 million, from a profit of $866 million for the same period a year ago. Revenue dropped to $10.9 billion from $17.4 million a year earlier. CEO Eldar Saetre wrote that the company would lower its capital expenses and exploration forecasts this
Wednesday, July 27, 2016