Regular readers have heard the term “Hostage Markets” frequently in commentaries over the past year. However what has not been articulated during that time is the precise mechanism by which this total and complete control over all markets is achieved, except for a single commentary, written several years before readers were introduced to this label (and paradigm).
Part I ended by challenging readers to engage in a difficult, mental feat: imagining sanity. Our present pseudo-reality (dubbed “the New Normal” by the Corporate media) has been so insane, for so long, that few of us have any recollections at all of living in even quasi-sane societies.
An important subject in precious metals markets which does not draw enough attention from commentators in this sector are the inherently fraudulent paper-called-gold (and paper-called-silver) “products” which the bankers peddle to the foolish. Numerous, previous commentaries have drawn attention to various facets of this fraud.
Close followers of my work may have detected what seems to be a conundrum, if not an outright contradiction in my writing. Having been the first to write about our Hostage Markets of the last 3 ½ years; it was recently asserted (in my June 19th column on precious metals) that gold and silver are about to break-free of this crime paradigm. Call this “the irresistible force”.
A recent headline in the mainstream media caught my attention due to its dramatic nature. It spoke of “bridges crumbling” in the United States (along with its highways rotting). The media drone then attempted to explain why these bridges/highways were being allowed to crumble, despite borrowing rates which are “the lowest since 1969”.
What is the one thing more reprehensible than the saturation-lies which emanate from the mainstream media, our servile governments, and (of course) our banker overlords on a daily basis? The (bogus) Revisionism which follows it, which seeks to explain, excuse, or simply erase those preceding lies.
Historically, those committing serious financial crimes were often executed for their transgressions (or sentenced to some similarly suitable punishment), and one nation (China) currently punishes its own financial criminals in this manner. Another commentator, Jason Zweig, has neatly summarized the history here:
Yet another, massive fraud was uncovered in the U.S. Treasuries market recently, this time through the diligence of the ever-astute, Paul Craig Roberts (along with Dave Kranzler). While this clumsy money-laundering operation was briefly mentioned in a recent commentary which further exposed the fraud/lies associated with the Federal Reserve’s (phony) “tapering”, there is much more which needs to be said here.
Readers of Part I may still be somewhat confused, or at least less-than-convinced. They saw the chart showing the Federal Reserve’s (official) money-printing. It is an extreme, absurd, and totally out-of-control exponential curve: a classic representation of a hyperinflation-in-progress.