Thursday, May 5, 2011

On the Fix

It is well known that the House of John Pierpont Morgan, by way of a lady named Blythe, shorts gold naked.  It is a well known fact that the Federal Reserve, the world's largest gold bullion holder, leases the gold they stole from the American people in 1933.  It is a well known fact that the LBMA leases gold at prices they choose and for certain amounts they also choose before their market open.  It is a well known fact that the COMEX does not have the bullion to cover their contracts.

This being known, one would have thought that the recent pullback in precious metals would have such entities as Russia, China, and the House of Saud, all whom express great demand for precious metal, jumping over the action.  Yet no demand has lifted price.  This means that all are in the take.

Now we see how the world turns.  When it comes to the oilgarchs, protagonists and antagonist are merely roles better suited for a play.  The Houses of Morgan and Saud are essentially one and the same.  The men Carlos Slim (who is reportedly shorting silver) and Warren Buffet are the same.  They care for nothing but money.

And they play both sides.  They play both sides to buy low, and then they sell high, and they short along the way.  Right now they used the proceeds from the recent gain in silver to short silver.  Because silver trades with oil, its drop crushed the oil price.  Gold trades with the fiat that does best.  Gold has been steady as steady goes for years now.  If the Euro is the go to currencie, it trades with that fiat, if it is the dollar, it trades with that one.  Because oil production is about to peak, and same with silver, the oil/silver trade has the greatest upside, but until the peak of production the two will remain highly volatile.

Along the way the oilgarchs supply the means for the power hungry to keep a hand on the elements of the world.  This hand appears invisible to many, but is actually very obvious.  It will take those that can see it to move it from above the heads and only then will the dawn of a new day appear.  Taking back the wealth supply, and that means owning physical precious metals, is only the first step.  The power hungry intend to back their fiat with precious metal after it fails.  This has always been the intention, for they know, as the patriarch of the Federal Reserve JP Morgan said, that "Gold is money, and nothing else."  It happens to be a direct investment in technology, but it is monie, and as monie rules finance, it rules the world.

The world yearns for freedom.  Freedom comes when we have the ability to make choices without a superior authority dictating so.  Right now monie is controlled.  We must free monie if we wish for freedom.


  1. Great info there and I think you have nailed the game... acquire PM's, crash fiat but what then?
    Use PM's until a new fiat comes about?

  2. Once it is understood that PM is monie no fiat will be wanted. This does not mean paper and plastic is not used, only that debt creation equals the value of PMs.

  3. My time horizon can be measured in 5, 10, 15, and 20 years. I recall prices in the seventies, eighties, and nineties. The recent price drop is bread and circus for the metals traders and for those that can't see the forest because of the trees.