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SLV And Silver Manipulation

JP Morgan is the largest silver short-seller in the history of the world. JP Morgan is the “custodian” for the largest “long” silver fund in the history of the world, making this one of the largest conflicts of interest in all of history.

24Oct2011 | | 1 comment | Continued
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Economic Justice Equals Prosperity

The Occupy Wall Street movement is the first, tentative step in a process which 2,000 years of history teaches us is absolutely inevitable. Whether it is this movement which (eventually) facilitates real, equitable changes in our economies, or whether it is ultimately replaced by something bigger and better, the “message” which these people are sending is simple: the pendulum of history has begun to swing back.

17Oct2011 | | 3 comments | Continued
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The Ratings Agencies, Part II: Fiduciary Duty

Clearly, with S&P claiming that its rating is merely some worthless, ornamental decoration which is tacked-on to various financial products, there should be no possible reason for the rabid theatrics of the U.S. government which followed. It is only in a marketplace where the vast majority of participants are ignorant about these disclaimers that the reaction of the U.S. government is rationale…

24Aug2011 | | 0 comments | Continued
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The Ratings Agencies, Part I: Experts or Charlatans?

… supposedly our legal systems don’t allow a group of people to call themselves “experts” when they are pocketing fat fees for their analysis/assessment of the quality of complex financial products; and then to say “Just kidding. We’re not experts, and no one should base any financial decision on our opinions” once such “opinions” have been shown to be severely flawed.

22Aug2011 | | 0 comments | Continued
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DTCC Leaves More Questions Than Answers In Treasury Fails-To-Deliver

If you were wondering if Treasury fails-to-deliver, a potential major manifest threat to market stability from the fall 2008 crash had been eliminated, the latest data from the DTCC will confuse and worry.

20Aug2011 | | 8 comments | Continued
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Economic Rape of Europe Nearly Complete, Part IV

The ultimate goal of these ruling Oligarchs is nothing less than the full, economic integration of Europe. Not only would this bind every European citizen to the debts of all the individual Euro states, but once full economic integration had been achieved then Europe’s wealth could be plundered as a single entity – much more efficient than their current nation-by-nation looting.

1Aug2011 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Economic Rape of Europe Nearly Complete, Part III

In this installment I will focus on the second strategy for completing the looting of Europe. It is a mere two-word phrase, and arguably the most-odious two-word combination in the realm of 21st century economics: “loss guarantees”. It is the ultimate form of “welfare” for both the banker Oligarchs and the bond parasites

28Jul2011 | | 2 comments | Continued
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Economic Rape of Europe Nearly Complete, Part II

… the decision by Western banking authorities to designate the national gold hoards of these nations as “collateral” for their (fraudulent) bond debts has two entirely different (and separate) motivations. If the gold still exists, then naming gold as collateral for debts which could never be repaid (and where default is imminent) is nothing less than the theft of these nations’ gold reserves.

25Jul2011 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Dinosaurs, Dodo Birds, Wooly Mammoths, and Free Markets

Connecting the dots of recent revelations of the Fed’s market manipulations jointly with the money center banks amidst the bailouts, as well as the public oil market manipulation, with evidence of long-running gold and silver markets manipulations and interest rate manipulation through derivatives.

22Jul2011 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Economic Rape of Europe Nearly Complete, Part I

The banksters had already perfected their terrorist weapons: interest-rate swaps and credit default swaps. Now they needed to determine if they actually “worked” – i.e. if their scam-victims were gullible enough to be fooled by bankster double-talk, and if our legal systems would “tolerate” this massive, systemic fraud.

22Jul2011 | | 0 comments | Continued