For those who don’t know it, the CME Group is the operator of the U.S.’s paper-fraud markets for commodities. The role of this crime syndicate is an important one: to keep commodity markets generally depressed, in order to hide the extreme/excessive currency dilution resulting from the out-of-control money-printing of the Western central banks.[Read more...]
Until now, the “bail-in” (i.e. the Cyprus Steal) has been presented to us in the following manner by politicians, bankers, and the Corporate Media. It is a least-worst option for dealing with a financial emergency, and is being conducted in a fair and legitimate manner.[Read more...]
Ever since our governments perpetrated the Cyprus Steal roughly three weeks ago (the first of their “bail-ins”), I have been exploring the ramifications of this crime. My apologies to readers for any redundancy since then; however it has been necessary to cover this subject in a methodical manner in order to precisely and conclusively illustrate that:[Read more...]
In condemning the open criminality of Western regimes as they planned (well in advance) and then executed the robbery of funds from peoples’ bank deposits in Cyprus; it’s important to understand that such condemnation is not based merely on sentimental/populist grounds. Rather, the entire premise of the “bail-in” (as it was perpetrated in Cyprus) is fundamentally flawed.[Read more...]
Reading the ludicrous tripe in the mainstream media does present one with the risk of insanity. In particular, it is a strain on one’s sanity to be continually bombarded with mainstream fantasy-news which depicts a mythical realm which is the precise, mirror opposite of our real world.[Read more...]
US regulations may launch an official investigation into whether prices gold and silver prices are being manipulated in London, the Wall Street Journal reported citing sources familiar with the situation.
While no formal investigation has been launched yet, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CTTC) is looking at issues including whether the setting of prices for gold and silver are transparent.