• ThumbnailIn recent years we have seen an increasing number of Americans strategically relocate to another region of the country. They can see our society breaking down and they can see the storm clouds on the horizon and […]

  • ThumbnailSilver reversed sharply higher over the past week or so, surging dramatically.  This was just after it had successfully retested major secular lows, ramping the odds this strong buying is the vanguard of a […]

    • Those are some really impressive charts you got there, buddy.

      • Charts and graphs and charts and graphs and charts and graphs and charts and graphs…like riding in a car while staring out the back window, you can see where you’ve been but you have absolutely no idea where you are going.

  • ThumbnailSince the depths of the last recession, the price of ground beef in the United States has doubled
    In early 2009, the average price of a pound of ground beef was hovering near 2 dollars.  In February, it hit a b […]

  • ThumbnailFollowing the release of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) statement last week, gold and silver have come alive:!–more–

     

    Submitted by Alasdair Macleod, GoldMoney:
    Following the release of the […]

    • “Instead, we must conclude that dollar weakness after a period of significant strength has much to do with the rise. Oil prices have rallied strongly as well, having been oversold, confirming that markets so far appear to be only correcting the moves of the last eight weeks.”

       

      Indeed we must.  The recent strength in the US$ has not been due …[Read more]

    •  
      A question which crosses my mind from time to time is how are the parasites, the guys who own the private corporation named the US Federal Reserve, going to keep their free ride in the wagon? Since the parasites planned 911 at least 30 years before implementing, one can assume the parasites realized long ago their Ponzi dollar via the Fed was…[Read more]

    • @anon123  Concur.  It is entirely possible the parasites might, could and would do this.  They are long view, chess playing bat guano crazy, inbred smart as heck monsters and unlike a parasite that kills its host, they will tapeworm us.   Neo Feudalism with a population just large enough to be slaves and warriors, small enough to not assimilate an…[Read more]

      • “…..inbred smart as heck monsters”.

         

        Yup, just smart enough to shoot themselves in the foot! They do understand the need to quell/eliminate the peeps in every way possible and are doing that very well to date. What they don’t seem to understand is the tenacity of the peeps once they get angry enough to begin to act as a unit, (which we…[Read more]

  • ThumbnailIn 2014, police in the United States killed 1,100 people.  During that same year, police in Canada killed 14 people, police in China killed 12 people and police in Germany didn’t kill anyone at all.
    This article c […]

  • ThumbnailGerman reporter Michael Mannheimer of PI-News has just reported what many have suspected over the past 48 hours- Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot of the Germanwings flight who allegedly intentionally crashed German […]

    • 911 was done by Israel, not Islam apart from the Saudis cooperation with mossad

    • 911 was done by Israel, not Islam apart from the Saudis cooperation with mossad.  FBI proved themselves incompetent in 1993 with their own patsy filming agents running out ahead of the exploding van

    • 911 was done by Israel, not Islam apart from the Saudi cooperation with mossad.  FBI proved themselves incompetent in 1993 with their own patsy filming agents running out ahead of the exploding van

    • Many or most of these mass murderers, including this one, are being prescribed selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI’s, which are known to cause suicidal and/or violent tendencies. The media never mentions that fact though. Wouldn’t want to harm the big pharma who is spending so much advertizing with them. I would imagine that this affect…[Read more]

    • Many or most of these mass murderers are being prescribed selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI’s, which are known to cause suicidal and/or violent tendencies. The media never mentions that fact though. Wouldn’t want to harm the big pharma who is spending so much advertizing with them. I would imagine that this affect is more relevant than…[Read more]

    • Many or most of these mass murderers are being prescribed selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI’s, which are known to cause suicidal and/or violent tendencies. The media never mentions that fact though. Wouldn’t want to harm the big pharma who is spending so much advertizing with them. I would imagine that this affect is more relevant than…[Read more]

    • Many or most of these mass murderers are being prescribed selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI’s, which are known to cause suicidal and/or violent tendencies. The media never mentions that fact though. Wouldn’t want to harm the big pharma who is spending so much advertizing with them. I would imagine that this affect is more relevant than…[Read more]

    • I understood that the A320 like the Boeing 757 of 911 fame both have a remote hijack recovery system that would have prevented the “ALLEGED” actions of the co-pilot (terrorist) if activated. More likely the airliner was remotely directed from an external source straight into the Alps and the crew could not regain control of the aircraft. Eight…[Read more]

      • Remote takeover technology was available in 2001.  I have direct knowledge.  That and the impacting planes were not scheduled to fly that day.  Planes and missiles may have been enhanced with uranium penetrators, which shows the telltale yellow smoke seen in the impact videos.  That would also explain why the scene was inspect in hazmat suits with …[Read more]

      • Remote takeover technology was available in 2001.  I have direct knowledge.  That and the impacting planes were not scheduled to fly that day.  Planes and missiles may have been enhanced with uranium penetrators, which shows the telltale yellow smoke seen in the impact videos.  That would also explain why the scene was inspected by workers in haz…[Read more]

    • I understood that the A320 like the Boeing 757 of 911 fame both have a remote hijack recovery system that would have prevented the “ALLEGED” actions of the co-pilot (terrorist) if activated. More likely the airliner was remotely directed from an external source straight into the Alps and the crew could not regain control of the aircraft. Eight…[Read more]

    • AGXIIK replied 1 day ago

      Charlie Hedbo and Germanwings.    Hello Merkel, Hi Hollande.  Betcha you got your attention this time.  Don’t screw with the DeepState.
      Hangin’ out with Putin and the AIIB thing? Bad idea

    • I don’t see the relevance.  This is becoming a trend.http://news.aviation-safety.net/2013/12/22/list-of-aircraft-accidents-caused-by-pilot-suicide/Airplanes don’t kill people.

    • There’s one thing I find interesting about this crash – the initial reports of the findings after listening to the cockpit voice recorders mention the passengers starting to scream only moments before the impact – this implies to me that the pilot descended quickly, but in such a manner as to not alarm the passengers until they only had seconds to…[Read more]

    • There’s one thing I find interesting about this crash – the initial reports of the findings after listening to the cockpit voice recorders mention the passengers starting to scream only moments before the cash – this implies to me that the pilot descended quickly, but in such a manner as to not alarm the passengers until they only had seconds to…[Read more]

    • I understood that the A320 like the Boeing 757 of 911 fame both have a remote hijack recovery system that would have prevented the “ALLEGED” actions of the co-pilot (terrorist) if activated. More likely the airliner was remotely directed from an external source straight into the Alps and the crew could not regain control of the air…[Read more]

      • In this world/Babylon { not earth } being it  a confusion or dividing/gendering   of  the mind which then becomes dual { not singular } applies to self as it does to the collective  whereby our reasoning is gathered between  good/truth and evil/lie  and therefor this  duality or confusion of face feeds our  reasoning/perceptions  derived   by our s…[Read more]

      • In this world/Babylon { not earth } being it  a confusion or dividing/gendering   of  the mind which then becomes dual { not singular } applies to self as it does to the collective  whereby our reasoning is gathered between  good/truth and evil/lie  and therefor this  duality or confusion of face feeds our  reasoning/perceptions  derived   by our s…[Read more]

  • ThumbnailThe US first ignored China’s rise and AIIB. Then they laughed at it. Then they tried to fight it. And then China won.

    !–more–

     

    Submitted by Simon Black, Sovereign Man:

    Now it’s Austria, Switzerland, […]

    • Silly Americans

    • As an American, my loyalties should be with the USA.   But as a common sense individual (Libertarian), my sensibilities lie with the AIIB.   I hope fairness, honesty, mutual respect and decency prevail.  Which pretty much means that the Zionist bankers behind the Fed will crash.

  • ThumbnailIt looks like Austria has another potential bank problem with respect to the failure of Hypo bank.
    It is Pfandbriefbank and this is another black swan that can cause dominoes to fall….
    !–more–

     

    <a […]

  • ThumbnailExpert PM analyst Steve St. Angelo (SRSRocco) joins the show this week discussing: 

    How long can the bankers manipulate the price of gold & silver? Can it continue another decade or two?
    Steve explains why <span style="color: […]

    • “The dollar should come under renewed pressure once it becomes clear to more among the “conventional thinking” financial world that the US economy is undergoing a significant slowdown.   Even massaged US government data clearly shows we’re in an economic funk.”

       

      An economic funk?  Is that a new word for depression?  IMO, the US / UK / EU hav…[Read more]

      • “…IMO, the US / UK / EU have been in a depression since 2008 and Japan has been in one for a couple of decades.”

         

        Good man ED! Exactly how I feel. We don’t see bread lines in the streets since the lines are in Walmart holding EBT cards. Every large city in the U.S. has more homeless than has ever been. I very seldom find another person w…[Read more]

      • “…IMO, the US / UK / EU have been in a depression since 2008 and Japan has been in one for a couple of decades.”

         

        Good man ED! Exactly how I feel. We don’t see bread lines in the streets since the lines are in Walmart holding EBT cards. Every large city in the U.S. has more homeless than there has ever been. I very seldom find another p…[Read more]

      • “…IMO, the US / UK / EU have been in a depression since 2008 and Japan has been in one for a couple of decades.”

         

        Good man ED! Exactly how I feel. We don’t see bread lines in the streets since the lines are in Walmart holding EBT cards. Every large city in the U.S. has more homeless than there has ever been. I very seldom find another p…[Read more]

      • Mind if I make an observation, Ed_B?
        [“The Falling EROI (Energy Returned On Invested) from 100/1 in the 1930’s to Shale Oil at 5/1 today, proves that oil fields ARE NOT filling back up.”

        Does it?  None of this addresses the rate of refill.  Isn’t it possible that Abiotic oil formation does occur but at a very slow rate?  If so, then is it not r…[Read more]

      • Mind if I make an observation, Ed_B?
        [“The Falling EROI (Energy Returned On Invested) from 100/1 in the 1930’s to Shale Oil at 5/1 today, proves that oil fields ARE NOT filling back up.”

        Does it?  None of this addresses the rate of refill.  Isn’t it possible that Abiotic oil formation does occur but at a very slow rate?  If so, then is it not r…[Read more]

      • Mind if I make an observation, Ed_B?
        [“The Falling EROI (Energy Returned On Invested) from 100/1 in the 1930’s to Shale Oil at 5/1 today, proves that oil fields ARE NOT filling back up.”

        Does it?  None of this addresses the rate of refill.  Isn’t it possible that Abiotic oil formation does occur but at a very slow rate?  If so, then is it not r…[Read more]

      • Ed, cut me some slack… I’ve argued the US has been in a depression since the financial market crash.  I simply wrote “economic funk” as a generic turn of phrase and it wasn’t even in the context of describing my take on the economy, but rather, that even government stats now show we’re in trouble.

        (“Even massaged US government data clearly …[Read more]

      • @SilverSlicker

         

        “We don’t see bread lines in the streets since the lines are in Walmart holding EBT cards. Every large city in the U.S. has more homeless than there has ever been.”

         

        Exactly!  This is all part of the papering over process.  The theory seems to be that if it is not seen, it isn’t happening.  This would be the political …[Read more]

      • @Flying Wombat

         

        No slack needed, Bro.  That was a generic comment not necessarily directed at you or at silver doctors.  I was just making the point that the current economic situation is a LOT more serious than the media, the gov, or the fed are letting on.  According to them, the recession is over and we are doing fine.  Many Americans wil…[Read more]

      • @farang

         

        “Mind if I make an observation, Ed_B?”

         

        Not at all.  I appreciate your willingness to comment and join the discussion.  :-)

         

        “Ed_B, without discussing the pros and cons of whether Abiotic oil formation really exists, the mere fact that someone defending it admits it could take “tens or even hundreds of thousands of yea…[Read more]

    • “The dollar should come under renewed pressure once it becomes clear to more among the “conventional thinking” financial world that the US economy is undergoing a significant slowdown.   Even massaged US government data clearly shows we’re in an economic funk.”

       

      An economic funk?  Is that a new word for depression?  IMO, the US / UK / EU hav…[Read more]

    • I don’t have much optimism for a metal backed currency in the future.  The ruling class has grown accustomed to a two tiered financial system.  PM’s for the top of the pyramid and slave scrip for the downtrodden masses.  I believe guy is right about an exponential move in prices though and real soon.  Snooze and you lose.  More Silver.

      • @ andrew james

        Agreed. A metal backed currency may not be in the future of new money. I do think, however, when enough countries join the AIIB (many have and only a couple have not [US and Japan]) and countries really begin to make “infrastructure investments”, China will announce its gold holdings, possibly dump treasuries en mass and send the…[Read more]

      • andrew james: “I don’t have much optimism for a metal backed currency in the future.”

        I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to work in Europe the last 3 months, and I discovered something that used to be the same as when I was a kid in the 60’s: I use mostly coins for everyday transactions! Why? Because the Euros are 2 Euro and 1 Euro and 50 Euro c…[Read more]

      • @farang

         

        “Think we’d be using a PM-based currency again soon?”

         

        My thought is that a metals backed currency will be the last possible choice of the banksters and their hired politicians.  Possible?  Yes.  Likely?  No.  But then, we really do not have to have a metals backed currency IF the amount of currency in circulation was closel…[Read more]

    • Here’s a link to a recent press conference given by the IMF discussing the possible inclusion of the Chinese Renminbi into the SDR currency basket. SDR valuations are reviewed every 5 years by the IMF. The next SDR valuation review by the IMF is due in the latter part of 2015. If the Renminbi meets SDR criteria and is accepted in the SDR basket,…[Read more]

      • There’s something not right with oil (That goes without saying for PM’s of course). The Global economy is, at worst, flat and not growing. That means that consumption of oil is also flat at worst. So does that explain a 50% drop in price? Even if the drop was from an artificially elevated level, I think not.

        So, IMHO, the present situation with…[Read more]

      • @philipat

         

        One cannot have a oversupply issue if demand is strong, unless of course supply is ramped up intentionally beyond a smart level according to that demand, to cause a specific outcome.

         

        I hear what you’re saying but I do think the demand has dropped significantly. With the average person being broke most all the time, unable…[Read more]

    • Here’s a link to a recent press conference given by the IMF discussing the possible inclusion of the Chinese Renminbi into the SDR currency basket. SDR valuations are reviewed every 5 years by the IMF. The next SDR valuation review by the IMF is due in the latter part of 2015. If the Renminbi meets SDR criteria and is accepted in the SDR basket,…[Read more]

    • “What happened to Ammo will happen to gold and silver”  Yessiree bobtail.  Without question, it is common sense.  There may be a time when you cannot get any of the three.  There is comfort in knowing you have stacked, whether ammo or PM.

       

      We all recognize a Wal-Mart shelf when we see one.  A quick glance reveals out of stock conditions, hig…[Read more]

      • @Sheep Dog

         

        “The current AIIB is a very telling component to what our future holds.”

         

        And what would you reckon that to be?  As significant as NAFTA and its “giant sucking sound”?  More so?

         

    • When looking at and studying what can happen as to “stocks of PM” vs “runs on the supply” – I just don’t see where “peak oil” and/or refilling oil fields has anything to do with such…?

       

      BUT… With all the questions about price of PM being smashed by our FED and main banks, etc….AND, with the reported/accounted DEMAND for hard metal…[Read more]

    • “What Happened to Ammo Will Happen to Gold & Silver!!”

       

      What? They will confiscate it? That’s pretty much what occurred with ammo. They actually had agreements with many manufacturers to fill their orders before the general public’s orders. That, in my book, IS confiscation!

      • IMO the scum must realize that we won’t give up our guns, so they instituted their “gun control” by restricting supply to SD patriots and allies. By the same token the scum can’t force us to sell our PM, but they are trying to force many weak hands to sell. Save enough toilet paper fiat so we don’t have to sell PM to the scum at fire sale prices.…[Read more]

    • The arguments and debates over Peak Oil, Peak Silver and Peak Gold will be overwhelmed and rendered moot by Peak Water.  The COMEX may run dry and frankly I could care less.  When the acquifers that took 1,000 to 10,000 years to fill will take that long to recharge again, I’d rather have H2O than AG and AU.

      The last time I checked, a silver c…[Read more]

      • What blows my mind is that this is a water planet and the sources are still dwindling or being bought up and held back. There will always be fresh water enough for everyone but will the money be allocated to quench our needs? Solar desalination alone could provide enough potable water for our needs if the vast areas of open land were utilized to…[Read more]

      • @ AGX

        Water is critical but to run dry can’t happen unless it is to be used as leverage of some sort. Desalinization plants are very expensive to operate. Like any water, particles and chemicals are removed first by filtration. Distillation is next. Both processes require a lot of energy. Yes, that means those in charge can manipulate to make…[Read more]

      • @AGXIIK  @SilverSlicker

         

        Yes, this IS a water planet and there is a HUGE amount of water on it.  But only a small fraction of the total amount of water is drinkable, as is.  Processing of various kinds is needed for the bulk of this water before is can be useful.  This is one of the reasons why viable commercial fusion power will be so inc…[Read more]

      • @AGXIIK  @SilverSlicker

         

        Yes, this IS a water planet and there is a HUGE amount of water on it.  But only a small fraction of the total amount of water is drinkable, as is.  Processing of various kinds is needed for the bulk of this water before is can be useful.  This is one of the reasons why viable commercial fusion power will be so inc…[Read more]

    • @2OZ   Copy that.  Peak Water concerns me for a reason you note.

       

      Water wars, hydraulic despotism, ring fencing people via withheld resources, these are the Peak Water manufacturered crises that affect people and are preselected crises.

      Imagine what California cold have done with $50 billion spent on the Grank Funk Railroad from one d…[Read more]

      • @AGXIIK

         

        “Even Buffet is smart enough to buy a real railroad that hauls real things to real destinations for real people, instead of a B***s**** Bullet train to zombieville”

         

        Yes, he is… which is why he helped put the kibosh on the Keystone XL pipeline.  All of that Canadian oil IS going to be moved and consumed, the only question …[Read more]

      • @AGX

        $50 Billion could have done a lot to lessen their water problems but then, who gives the go to spend said money? Yes, at the end of the day I too would give up a silver for a fresh glass of water.

        @Ed_B

        “So, what can California do in the meantime to get more immediate access to fresh water?” Why, tax the man of course. Fiat will save…[Read more]

      • @2 OZ.

         

        “Why, tax the man of course. Fiat will save the day. LOL.”

         

        LOL!  No doubt!  Taxifornia is really good at taking from those who have EARNED it and giving it to those who vote but have not earned it.  In a just world, extortion like this would be illegal.

         

        Seems to me, Brother AG could really do something with this and “…[Read more]

    • I predict there will be a flood, a new flood of lower income people, leaving CA due to job loss in the Agriculture, retail and low income trade sector, depressng wages in the adjoining states, increasing the housing prices such as rent and homes,  putting greater demands on infrastructure that must accomodate the rush of people from the …[Read more]

      • @AGXIIK

         

        “Add to this the influx of illegals and those who will be granted some sort of citizenship and the economic slide grows incrementally.”

         

        Indeed, Bro… which is why a lot of California ex-pats call their former state of residence, “Mexifornia”.  From Mexico was it taken and to Mexico it shall return.  The circle will then be …[Read more]

  • ThumbnailThe state of Texas is now considering a piece of legislation regarding gold & silver which would be nothing short of revolutionary if passed…!–more–

     

     

    Submitted by The Wealth Watchman

    Restoring […]

    • LOL! – more like a cell phone/facebook zombie revolution.

    • No one is going to transact in bullion – Gresham’s law good money is chased out by bad (FRNs).

    • All my comments re this matter are noted on the Wealth Watchman site itself

      • Just to be clear, the above video was recorded almost 2 years ago.  We are not hearing so much about $1000 an ounce silver anymore, but the message to acquire silver under $20 an ounce sure seems like a solid suggestion.  Stack and hold my friends, our day will come, eventually.

      • An interesting video, no doubt, and it very well might make one a “millionaire” at some point in the future.  We have no idea what a million dollars will buy when that happens but it will no doubt be better to have those 1,000 ozs. of silver than to not have them.

         

        If anyone would like to become a millionaire by a different route, try what …[Read more]

    • Silver Investors and @AGXIIK please watch this link.

       

       

      Silk Road 3.0  Yeah Ya!

      • The question which no one obviously has knowledge enough to ask (except maybe Antal Fekete) is … why ‘lending’? Why don’t the Asians want to facilitate intermediate production credit through Real Bill Discount between pre-market jobbers? Don’t they have any confidence that the items they’re working on will actually sell once offered? Or, is it…[Read more]

      • AGXIIK replied 1 day ago

        @Pat Fields   Copy that.  But the AIIB is just the other side of the wooden nickel of the Three R familes infestation of this “bank’   It’ll have most of Asia in its grasp once the interest on interest is tallied up, or down as the case may be.  As for the Chinese gold?  That’ll be snorkeled out the back door via the gold deposit for FIAT  schemes.

      • AGXIIK replied 1 day ago

        Republic  I’m staying at the gun show hotel right now and the WI FI link is slow   I’ll scroll up the video when I get home  thanks

    • “The two enemies of the people are criminals and government” –Thomas Jefferson

      Man, I hate to be a ‘cold wet blanket’ here, but I have to point out that these ‘state’ (really, federal Whiskey Tax district jurisdiction) statutes to ‘re-monetize’ PMs, are pure feints. When the hell do we learn that government is a principal enemy of Liberty, so n…[Read more]

    • Bravo PF!  In simple speak, the State is run by politicos and the politicos can taketh away.

      “The two enemies of the people are criminals and government” –Thomas Jefferson

    • Stop talking to yourself Watchman.

      You know what they say…

      when you talk to yourself,

      you either are nuts or you have money in the bank.

      If you have money in the bank, you better get that money out soon and trade it for silver because you’re nuts any way if you keep money in the bank these days!

       

      • Sir, I never talk to myself in my articles….those bits are intended for listeners: either skeptics, or allies, or friends…depending on the context of the aside.

        Nowhere in the article do I talk about having cash in banks.  I don’t talk about it, because I don’t do it.  Even when a new paycheck comes in, I tabulate how much cash I can p…[Read more]

      • Sir, I never talk to myself in my articles….those bits are intended usually for comedic effect, for listeners: either skeptics, or allies, or friends…depending on the context of the aside.

        Nowhere in the article do I talk about having or leaving cash in banks.  I don’t talk about it, because I don’t do it.  Even when a new paycheck comes in…[Read more]

      • @Watchman

        Chill my man……it was intended as a joke, sarcasm. I will make that clearer next time, sorry WM. I would have actually guessed your un-banking habits by your writings. I also knew why you “talk to yourself” as I have done this as well in my own comments for the same reason and have actually been scolded for it! That’s why I even…[Read more]

    • We have a saying in Texas…..”no way Jose”, haha.  There ain’t no way they’re gonna convince me to fork up any PM’s so they can eventually get their grubby hands on them…..end of story.  We also have a few other well known and historically imbedded sayings in Texas…..like “Remember the Alamo”,  “Come and take it”(if you think you can),  and “t…[Read more]

    • We have a saying in Texas…..”no way Jose”, haha.  There ain’t no way they’re gonna convince me to fork up any PM’s so they can eventually get their grubby hands on them…..end of story.  We also have a few other well known and historically imbedded sayings in Texas…..like “Remember the Alamo”,  “Come and take it”(if you think you can),  and “t…[Read more]

    •  
      As a native Texan I’ve wondered from time to time where I get my belief it would be a great honor to die as the brave men in the Alamo died, fighting building your own country worth living. How the value silver/gold would be determined in the coin is key. Rich Mexican Carlos Slim has suggested convert price in Slim’s silver coin idea would be …[Read more]

  • ThumbnailThis is an economic collapse update from SGTreport.
    On Wednesday, March 18, 2015 the U.S. Dollar experienced an unprecedented ‘flash crash’ shortly after the market close, losing nearly 5% of its value in a mat […]

  • ThumbnailStackers & Numismatists alike will want to check out the latest BLOWOUT deal from SDBullion below…!–more–

    Operation Bull Run:
    SDBlowout Special On Silver Bulls!!
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  • ThumbnailCan stocks keep hitting new highs even as sales and profits fall?
    History suggests we’ve reached Peak Central Banking–the faith that central bank easing can push markets higher forever, regardless of […]

    • It’s going to be quite the scene watching everybody head for the exits.  More Silver.

    • Central banking is merely central planning applied to banking.  Given the dismal record of central planning in recent history, it beggars the imagination as to why anyone would think that applying a system of abject failure to something as critical to economics as is banking completely eludes me.  Well, it does as far as “need” goes.  But then cent…[Read more]

  • ThumbnailMost people are not aware of this, but the U.S. dollar has lost 97% of its value since 1913 – the year the Federal Reserve was established.  That marked to Government’s unofficial systematic program of de-linking t […]

    • The Rothschilds killed Lincoln Garfield and Kennedy.  They attempted to kill Jackson.  “Kill” or “killed” being the operative word. Larry Mc Donald John Heinz and John Tower also wound up “dead” speaking out against the banksters. http://www.rense.com/general86/pres.htm More Silver.

  • ThumbnailIf you hold, earn, or invest US dollars, this is an absolute gift. The dollar is strong, and simultaneously many high quality assets around the world are selling at rock bottom prices.
    When you consider the […]

    • Load the bus up and go to the bank to buy foreign currencies?

    • Agreed.

      In Canada, my Ag investments were purchased in UDSs… a 30% bump (Loonie down / USD up) in just the last few months at least eases the JPM induced pain a little… lol.

      Plan to let it ride a while longer then move to the “looney” to harvest the gains… our sinking and desperate Conservative Muppet Government is sure to reduce the…[Read more]

    • I read the title and thought this could be the first helpful, valuable, article I had seen here in years. Then I got to the point, invest in Euros. After the 1 trillion QE they announced it is obvious the euro has the same problem as the dollar. Good luck with that “investment advice”.

      • None of these articles like this are EVER correct. Most likely Chile’s currency is probably next up for a collapse or hyperinflation.  Anyone considering to invest in Brazil’s currency needs to have their head examined.  They are the masters at devaluation and make countries like Mexico look like amateurs.

        Horrible advice from this article but s…[Read more]

      • None of these articles like this are EVER correct. Most likely Chile’s currency is probably next up for a collapse or hyperinflation.  Anyone considering to invest in Brazil’s currency needs to have their head examined.  They are the masters at devaluation and make countries like Mexico look like amateurs.

        Horrible advice from this article but s…[Read more]

      • None of these articles like this are EVER correct. Most likely Chile’s currency is probably next up for a collapse or hyperinflation.  Anyone considering to invest in Brazil’s currency needs to have their head examined.  They are the masters at devaluation and make countries like Mexico look like amateurs.

        Horrible advice from this article but s…[Read more]

    • When the world implodes it wont matter what country you have land in, it will have no value because THERE WILL BE NO BUYERS.  Especially in a place like Chile!

    • When the world implodes it wont matter what country you have land in, it will have no value because THEE WILL BE NO BUYERS.  Especially in a place like Chile!

    • When the world goes it wont matter what country you have land in, it will have no value because THEE WILL BE NO BUYERS.  Especially in a place like Chile!

      • Land that can produce food will ALWAYS have value… unless people find some way of living without eating, of course.  Ben Bernanke thought that this was possible but real people don’t believe it.  ;-)

         

    • One of the basics of investing is to buy low and sell high.  But what does that really mean?  Well, IMO, it means that you have to be willing to risk your capital when others are not and you have to sell your investments when others are clamoring to buy them.  This anti-herd mentality is a lot harder than many think.  The thoughts that usually cau…[Read more]

      • Totally agree Ed , I am not trying to paint all Americans with the same brush but have met many that have never been out of their State little own country. It takes a different type of person to leave their home country and try something new . They get stuck there because of stuff or friends or family , and then asking for them to move to a…[Read more]

      • Hey @panamaguy

         

        From what I have read, Chile is a very nice place.  If my Spanish was any good, I would certainly take a look at living there for a year or two to try it out.  I hear that the weather is great, the sea bass terrific, the wine both delicious and cheap, and the ladies very friendly.  Man, that is sounding better by the minute! …[Read more]

      • Hey @panamaguy

         

        From what I have read, Chile is a very nice place.  If my Spanish was any good, I would certainly take a look at living there for a year or two to try it out.  I hear that the weather is great, the sea bass terrific, the wine both delicious and cheap, and the ladies very friendly.  Man, that is sounding better by the minute! …[Read more]

  • Thumbnail The NDB is the gigantic Trojan Horse. The Jackass has been boldly stating that the NDB is for converting USTreasurys, EuroBonds, UKGilts, and JGBonds into Gold bullion and will form the BRICS Gold Central Bank. <span style="color: […]

    • Thanks Jim Willie @ the GoldenJackass·com.  You are saying an entire generation will be under chaotic swings until the dust settles?   Once again, this is a great time to be alive; from a debt and death scenario into a peace and abundance transition.   Are you saying Chinese Renmindi is the place to be?

       

    • AGXIIK replied 2 days ago

      When the Scheiss storm hits be sure you are long on brollys.

    • The Jackass says that the dollar is undergoing imminent “Death watch”.   What does this mean?  I don’t know.  Having read Jackass rants for so long I do believe he means that this will be a slow, painful unraveling of events that happen over the course of a few years or more.  To the Jackass, a few years means imminent.  Gold will rise to 10 thou…[Read more]

      • i’m amazed how people ask for specific dates or time frames, yet when people give it they are lambasted for getting it wrong!!!

        all these predictions that have been made i do not interpret them as being wrong, even though they may not have eventuated. YET. in a manipulated market the manipulators can hear your prediction or chart readings, and…[Read more]

    • The Jackass says that the dollar is undergoing imminent “Death watch”.   What does this mean?  I don’t know.  Having read Jackass rants for so long I do believe he means that this will be a slow, painful unraveling of events that happen over the course of a few years or more.  To the Jackass, a few years means imminent.  Gold will rise to 10 thou…[Read more]

    • @silver-nurse You can change the word imminent to inevitable if you want to because you are free to do so.  But, your news letter would probably bite the dust.  Dr Willie uses the word imminent because it is sensational to do so, while at the same time he does not mean what the average reader thinks he means when he uses this word.  Willie is sh…[Read more]

      • Pollo…

         

        “Willie knows that the dollar isn’t going to die this year.”

         

        No, he really does not KNOW that and neither does anyone else.  The future is not only unknown but UNKNOWABLE.  Only God knows the future and my experience suggests very strongly that HE DOES NOT SHARE info of that kind.  It would violate his Prime Directive of Fr…[Read more]

    • The Jackass says, “The NDB is a gigantic Trojan Horse.” The United Nations Council on Trade and Development says the NDB will be an invaluable partner in “focussing on the major needs in infrastructure and more sustainable development.”

      http://unctad.org/en/PublicationsLibrary/osgdp20141_en.pdf

      (pg.4)

      …is The Jackass smarter than the …[Read more]

      • @CerebralIndustrialComplex

         

        Maybe it’s just me but for some reason, I have a deep and abiding distrust for any yahoo who tries to get me to do things “for the children” or “for the planet”… especially when my liberty or money are involved.   Not that I have anything against either children or planets, of course, but I know that shysters …[Read more]

    • The Jackass says, “The NDB is a gigantic Trojan Horse.” The United Nations Council on Trade and Development says the NDB will be an invaluable partner in “focussing on the major needs in infrastructure and more sustainable development.”

      http://unctad.org/en/PublicationsLibrary/osgdp20141_en.pdf

      (pg.4)

      …is The Jackass smarter than the …[Read more]

    • Willie has some interesting thoughts, and that is what they are, pieces of the puzzle we all try to put together to formulate an educated guess on pending events.  We as SD brethren share at least one common denominator.

      • @Sheep Dog

         

        “We as SD brethren share at least one common denominator.”

         

        Yes, we do… and it looks like this…  fiat / Ag

         

        :-)

         

    • I’m already seeing empty yards and almost vacated yards of oil & gas service companies all over South Texas that were bustling and full throttle this time last year.  I also noticed that the traffic of Big Oil 18-wheelers and service vehicles all over South Texas and the San Antonio area has greatly diminished.  All those new hotels and homes they …[Read more]

  • ThumbnailFrench paper Le Parisien didn’t mince words in the headline: “La chasse au cash est lancee”.
    Basically ‘hunting season on cash is launched’:!–more–

     

     

    Submitted by Simon Black, Sovereign Man:  […]

    • France is another Failed State. Get your cash out of the banks while you still can Sheeple.

    • I got a ticket for running a stop sign on my bike.  Having bad brakes and misunderstandings, I tried to cash in a check at one of these banks, they stripped more than a hundred bucks when I deposited the check.  So all fiat USD is out of the banks.  If you owe any money to the State, banks will take your crusty bucks at will.  CAPITOL CONTROLS are …[Read more]

      • [IMG]http://i60.tinypic.com/2e0tgms.jpg[/IMG]

        i only keep what money i need to pay bills and keep personal operations going. I am thinking of pulling even my operational funds now and pay everything in cash.

         

      • <a href=”http://tinypic.com?ref=2e0tgms” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://i60.tinypic.com/2e0tgms.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”Image and video hosting by TinyPic”></a>

        i only keep what money i need to pay bills and keep personal operations going. I am thinking of pulling even my operational funds now and pay everything in cash.

         

      • http://i60.tinypic.com/2e0tgms.jpg

        i only keep what money i need to pay bills and keep personal operations going. I am thinking of pulling even my operational funds now and pay everything in cash.

         

      •  

        i only keep what money i need to pay bills and keep personal operations going. I am thinking of pulling even my operational funds now and pay everything in cash.

         

    • I got a ticket for running a stop sign on my bike.  Having bad brakes and misunderstandings, I tried to cash in a check at one of these banks, they stripped more than a hundred bucks when I deposited the check.  So GET OUT of all fiat USD is out of banks!   If you owe any money to the State, banks will take your crusty bucks at will.  CAPITOL CON…[Read more]

    • Call me what France declares war on red wine, escargot, truffles,  camembert cheese and pate  The four French foods groups.

      And Brigit Bardot

      Until then all I can say is Au revoire.

    • Screw their cash man.  Go back to sea shells wampum something man.  Barter.  These guys need to go out of business like so last century. More Silver.

  • ThumbnailThis week we take a look at a truly bold and daring plan that was proposed to the current Greek government, in order to restore economic balance, as well as Greek sovereignty.
    This man (a billionaire) has been […]

    • I like and shared, yet we as US Citizens have a different challenge which @AGXIIK can bring us into resolution called “Jade Helm 15.”   The military is going to do  practice runs on US soil on the streets of southern states this summer.

    • I hear 15,000 Russians will be in Mexico during Jade Helm 15 open.  @AGXIIK your comment is appreciated.  Mexico is drumming up from a different agenda.  Do a search, and do not lose sight of your Silver!

    • I did a bit of checking into Jade Helm.  The reality of the Deep State doing war games on US soil is not surprising, given the Fourth Reich is well underway.  Texas and Utah are deep red on the map  NV less so.   15,000 Rooskies in Mexico.  Tequila for everyone. Maybe there will be a vodka Rennaisance in  Tijuana.

      If this is true, however, it ma…[Read more]

  • Thumbnail- World is sleep walking from ‘Cold War’ to ‘Hot War’ and new World War
    - U.S. resolution to supply Ukraine with lethal weaponry passed
    - Russia warns such moves would “explode the whole situation”
    - Minsk agree […]

  • ThumbnailI guess if you don’t eat anything with ground beef in it, you might think there’s no inflation:

     

    h/t Dave Kranzler

    • I am assuming this was meant to be news?  Are you joking, meat prices have been at this level for a year now.

      • These guys make their living selling gold and silver.

        Gold and silver are a hedge against inflation.

        Hence, the inflation news.

    • But at least make it news.  Not what took place a year or so ago.

    • it’s not so much the ground beef thing.what i care most about, as of late. has anyone noticed that the selection of beef has dwindled. the beef section at all stores looks to have been cut by ⅔rd’s. and i’m surprised no one has noticed. thats very troubling. why have pork prices come down by almost half of what it was 4 months ago. last year it w…[Read more]

    • I sure as hell won;t be eating any dark meat!

    • @drummerboy.  The insidious war against meat, any meat, a notoriously large user of water, something that is now scarce due to drought conditions, is all part of the planning that goes on at the highest level.  Droughts, particularly those in CA and TX are man made with HAARP control of weather patterns.  Between HAARP and chemtrail technology, th…[Read more]

    • AGXIIK:  good post, your right they are killing California by drying it out through weather modification.  It will only increase all of our food costs.  If they don’t stop we all won’t have to worry about it much past 2045.  Do not take my word for it just look up and see what the planes leave behind…. massive amounts or nono particles of alu…[Read more]

      • copy that silverme.  CA is prone to droughts as well as massive amounts of rainfall  But these people take a natural cycle and exacerbate it with their own special brew of technology and nano tech particles.   Wow, I feel dumber already.

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