• With Gold and Silver, it’s not a question of buy low/sell high.  Gold and Silver are sound money.  That’s enough reason for people to seek after it.  Just like today’s food that is mass-produced by giant mega-corporations that only care about the bottom line (profit), has been aptly called ‘unsound food’, so the debt-based fiat paper ‘money’ sy…[Read more]

  • “We are powerless against the TPTB…”  That is the reason for all of the present non-sense going on in the world.  The thinking person hears and sees all that is going on, and they think this will go on forever.  They might as well give up, because “we are powerless against the TPTB”.  This is the reason for the propaganda.

    Yet, was it not a we…[Read more]

    • @Plebian

      Your Lincoln referenced quote shoots down your theory that “we are powerless against TPTB”.

      Quite on the contrary, sir, it only takes one bullet at a time….

    • @silverrrrr

       

      That is not his theory.  It is a quote from someone else.  His thesis is that we are NOT powerless and that it is the dissemination of the truth that will cause the eventual downfall of TPTB.  At least, that is my reading of his comment.

  • Trap or no trap, value Silver for its scarcity alone.  With a world population of over 7,000,000,000 people, there is not enough above-ground investable stock of physical Silver for every person on Earth to hold even just 1 oz of Silver per person.  Can the same be said of any man-made national fiat currency anywhere in the world (currency that is …[Read more]

    • @Sylvie

      Welcome. Trust your intuition as we all do, knowing bad things are brewing.

       

      @Plebian

      If an average silver stacker could acquire 1000 oz, and if the total silver volume on earth above ground is 2 billion oz, there’s only enough for 2 million people to hold such stacks. Two million out of 7 billion folks.

    • @redrubberball

      The average silver stacker has 1000 ounces?!

      The average stacker is not average at all, considering that most people live check by check.

      What I always recommend anyone I know and trust, is to purchase a few rounds or bars. Have them for fun, or insurance, or whatever would entice them to buy a few rounds (at most $100-200…[Read more]

  • Let it be known that ‘Bitcoin’, and any other so-called ‘cryptocurrency’, is just an attempt by the bankers to perpetuate worthless and corrupt fiat ‘digital’ currency.  Trust in the Constitution; trust in Silver and Gold, not ‘Bitcoin’.

  • Silver dropped to $8-$9/oz in 2008, so, no, they have not been able to hold Silver or Gold down to 2008 prices.  If they were really ‘able’ to, Silver would be worth $0.25/oz, but they cannot.  There is always a limit to any kind of manipulation, if nothing else because they cannot fool everybody all of the time.

    For anyone who understands the p…[Read more]

    • @Plebian: Before you go to thinking that the BRICS are going to save us from the evil West you should read everything on this guys site… http://redefininggod.com/  It has nothing to do with God and everything to do with how the wool is being pulled over our eyes [again.]

    • @Plebian : Ummm, in 2008 silver prices spent most of the year around $16 and topped out near $20 before the major stock market crash.  So yes, they are holding silver at 2008 prices before the huge crash.  Go look it up on Kitco for yourself.  Sure silver dipped down near $8 – $10 for a brief period of time at the height of the massive crash but th…[Read more]

  • Why would JPM need to make profits from manipulating Silver, when banks can create fiat money from nothing?  If that is the reason given for the manipulation, that is completely suspect.  Banks manipulate Silver and Gold as a matter of survival of fiat, for acceptance of fiat is what allows them to maintain power and control.  They will happily ta…[Read more]

  • To properly understand the historical context of Silver’s role as money, and why the present financial system must keep it down as a matter of survival, one only need to study and understand the events surrounding the ‘Crime of 1873′ that transpired in the US.

     

    See also: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz – A Monetary Reform Parable.

  • The greatest propaganda being purveyed by the propagandists is that everything will stay the same no matter what happens–so it is futile to do anything else but to go along with their ‘game’.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  Man was given free will and freedom of choice.  It is only a matter of time before he realizes this, and acts ac…[Read more]

  • The electronic trading volumes for paper Gold and paper Silver as presented are quite revealing.  They show the extents to which the manipulation must take place in order to keep prices suppressed.  In particular, the manipulation of Silver is so severe as to be nearly unbelievable: 1,000 years of annual Silver supply are being traded in the paper …[Read more]

  • And to think that as recently as 1935, China (and Hong Kong) were still under the Silver monetary standard.  Think about what that means…  Silver was money in China and Hong Kong, serving as backing for their currency, a unit of account, and a store of value… Something so seemingly foreign today, in the days where fiat everything reigns s…[Read more]

  • And to think that as recently as 1935, China (and Hong Kong) were still under the Silver monetary standard.  Think about what that means…  Silver was money in China and Hong Kong, serving as backing for their currency, a unit of account, and a store of value… Something so seemingly foreign today, in the days where fiat everything reigns s…[Read more]

    • No need to go all the way to China or all the way back to 1935.  Silver was money right here in the USA until 1965 for 90% dimes, quarters, halves, and dollars and until 1970 for 40% halves.  Those of us who lived in the 1950s and 1960s well remember using silver money on a routine basis.  Of course, we did not fully appreciate it until it started …[Read more]

  • Having put debt in the proper context (money=debt=physical labor), the current amount of debt held by so-called ‘advanced’ Western economies is so utterly unpayable that even a 3-yr old could see the Ponzi scheme that it is.  The leaders of the creditor nations in the world fully understand that the situation is untenable, and it is only a matter …[Read more]

    • Ed_B replied 5 months ago

      The people in the US, indeed the whole world, should be really ashamed that we have allowed things to get out of control with the monetary system for so long, to the extent that it’s a certainty now that those who suffer the consequences will be future generations of children, human beings yet unborn.”

       

      All part of the plan.  It is ju…[Read more]

  • “My own figures I am seeing in gold is down to 950 – 1000, silver 12 – 15 minimum, and I have maintained these figures for over a year based upon my own charting.”

     

    What is the point of making such a prediction?  Is it to get people who have Gold and Silver to sell?  Or to make others wait for the prices to drop before buying Gold and Silve…[Read more]

    • @Plebian

       

      Hi Plebian

      If you read my entire post, how could you have focused upon that one comment and not understand the context? I did not mean to offend anyone, it was simply an observation I have and so I shared it. If i had said my own charting shows me silver to 150/oz. and gold to 2500/oz. by December, would that have been more…[Read more]

    • @truthlives,
      pay no attention to the chop arising from your comment – it comes from a quarter that is on the way out –
      once the blowhards have capitulated – and gone back to bullying street dogs, or whatever it takes to relieve their frustrations –
      we’ll finally be off to the races. Minus the baggage train.

  • Unexpectedly pro-Silver interview in every way.  For anyone who understands the monetary roles of Gold and Silver throughout history, it is utterly evident that Silver is the much more under-valued of the two.  Which is easier to believe, that Gold should now be priced at $275/oz (16 x Silver), or that Silver should truly be $77/oz (Gold / 16) i…[Read more]

  • Unexpectedly pro-Silver interview in every way.  For anyone who understands the monetary roles of Gold and Silver throughout history, it is utterly evident that Silver is the much more under-valued of the two.  Which is easier to believe, that Gold should now be priced at $275/oz (16 x Silver), or that Silver should truly be $77/oz (Gold / 16) i…[Read more]

  • Unexpectedly pro-Silver interview in every way.  For anyone who understands the monetary roles of Gold and Silver throughout history, it is utterly evident that Silver is the much more under-valued of the two.  Which is easier to believe, that Gold right should now be priced at $275/oz (16 x Silver), or that Silver should truly be $77/oz (Gold / 1…[Read more]

  • Silver is money.

    “The major monetary metal in history is silver, not gold” –Milton Friedman, Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences 1976.

    Unfortunately, the majority of the people today no longer understand what money means, or what it should be.  They have come to believe that pieces of paper with numbers written on them, that a few group of…[Read more]

    • “The future collapse of paper money will be even more spectacular, because it will be on a world-wide scale.”

       

      Indeed so… and we also now have the benefit of a hugely inflated currency base from which to launch this mother of all crashes.  It will be epic!

       

      Those who argue against a new gold standard by saying that there is not …[Read more]

  • “Silver Nanoparticle Neutralization of Hemorrhagic Fever Viruses”

    –Research Presentation, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, United States of America, circa 2008/2009.

  • FYI:  British Pound Sterling

    “The pound was a unit of account in Anglo-Saxon England, equal to 240 silver pennies and equivalent to one pound weight of silver. It evolved into the modern British currency, the pound sterling.”

    Question: How many British Pound Sterlings  is a physical pound weight of Silver worth today?

    That is the only a…[Read more]

    • Or, in US terms, the US dollar has lost over 97% of its value over the past 100 years.  This means that $1 today has about the same buying power as less than 3 cents had back then.  This is not a trend that can be changed easily, if at all.  Because of this, gold and silver are for long-term savings while fiat paper is for immediate and short-term …[Read more]

  • “Study Reveals Conspiracy Theorists the Most Sane of All
    by J. D. Heyes
    If you’re a conspiracy theorist, then you’re crazy, right? That’s been the common belief for years, but recent studies prove that just the opposite is true. Researchers — psychologists and social scientists, mostly — in the U.S. and United Kingdom say data indicate that,…[Read more]

    • Great post, Plebian. Conspiracy is no longer a theory. It is a proven fact. Traitor FDR was one of the very first conspiracy factualists: “In Politics nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way”. He was in the smoke filled rooms when treasonous events like Pearl Harbor were planned and carried out by the…[Read more]

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