- Lost Truth
- Betrayed Trust & Fraud
- Lost Freedom
- Monopoly money and Control or Cartel/Hegemony Control
- System of Control = Slavery
- Debt based system = Slavery
- Perpetual Debt and Odious debt are too burdensome
- Authoritarian Regimes, Police State, Black Operations, Clandestine activities, and Wars are all direct results
The only man-made “free market system” I have ever experienced were at flea-markets, swap-shops, yard/garage sales, and community farmers’ markets.
That grassroots “free market system” has long been under attack as an endangered specie or labeled by governments and central planners as “Black Markets”. Taxing entrepreneurs, families, trades, and bartering is an end goal with total 100% taxation compliance with capital controls. This effectively subjugates the citizens and provides unlimited funds to government projects that does not benefit the citizens; such as wars and eugenics…
If the stock & commodity market exchanges were ever “free” markets that time has long gone.
The current path of “Globalization” and “New World Order” is where the money masters see the population as puppets to be experimented on, used as perpetual servants, whilst destroying all opposition to their plans.
A globalization of human chattel suffering under commercial law… ~Ron
Why Manipulation Is Such an Important Topic
There is an ongoing debate as to whether or not there is manipulation in the gold and silver markets. Further, there is also a debate as to whether or not ALL markets are manipulated. Why is this important? Does it matter one way or the other? I will concentrate on the “why” it is important for gold and silver, I imagine that you can discern “why” it would be important if all markets were manipulated.
I’m not really sure where to start but I guess the first and most obvious place would be because “this is America.”
“America” for a lack of better term “stood (notice past tense) for truth, justice, and free/fair markets.” This along with our rule of law, stable political system and strong military was the reason that foreigners preferred to invest here rather than anywhere else. It “was” always perceived that investors could get a fair shake in the U.S. and not have to worry about political coups, fraud or graft, shady financial reporting or outright financial theft. We were the “beacon” of truth and light when it came to investing.
The proof of, admission of or discovery that our markets are manipulated, rigged, supported or suppressed would change this perception. If the perception (or the reality) were to change then so would the willingness of investors to believe in the U.S. as a safe haven.
So why the relatively small gold and incredibly small silver markets matter if they were manipulated? First, in my opinion these two markets are by far and away the two most important markets to world finance. I say this because even if Americans have been brainwashed into thinking that they are not important and not “money,” foreigners disagree and the reality is that gold is money as is silver by its “blood kin” relation.
You see, gold is a thermometer. If it is rising, or better yet, if it is “high” and rising it would signal that something is wrong. When I use the terms “high” or “rising” I am talking about versus an individual currency. A rising price versus a single currency would mean that something is wrong within that country and the currency is devaluing. In the case of the U.S., the dollar is the world’s reserve currency and the entire global financial and banking systems rely on it.
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David Schectman, co-proprietor of the Miles Franklin coin and bullion dealership in Minnesota, takes GATA’s side of the gold manipulation issue, disagreeing with Casey Research’s Doug Casey. Schectman’s commentary is headlined “Is All of Our Financial Data Manipulated?” and it’s posted at the Miles Franklin blog here: blog.milesfranklin.com
Is All Financial Data Manipulated?
Doug Casey would kick up controversy by taking on this issue later on.
Doug categorically denied the notion that precious metals were being controlled in his Friday talk. The powers that be “don’t care” about gold, he said, “they don’t consider it money.” And besides, prices are manipulated anyway by market participants, as that is how markets work, but not suppressed by governments and bank cartels.
–Sprott Global.com, July 30, 2014
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