PM Fund Manager: “It Would Take An Absolute Idiot to Not See Gold Manipulation Here”

UntitledGold was smashed once again by the Comex bank cartel Tuesday morning as 45 tonnes of paper gold were dumped on the COMEX in 2 minutes.  
Once again Doug Casey looks like an idiot with his arrogant and presumptuous insistence that the gold market is not manipulated.
It would take an absolute idiot to not see manipulation here, especially given that there not any news or event triggers when gold was flash-crashed AND none of the other related securities markets (stocks, dollar, bonds, commodities) behaved with any degree of volatility when gold was hit: 


Submitted by PM Fund Manager Dave Kranzler, Investment Research Dynamics

BRICS establish $100 bn bank and currency reserves to cut out Western dominance:

The big launch of the BRICS bank is seen as a first step to break the dominance of the US dollar in global trade, as well as dollar-backed institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, both US-based institutions BRICS countries have little influence within.

Here’s the link to the article (note:  Bloomberg is misreporting this story – surprise surprise – as being a $50 billion agreement):   LINK.

I’ve been saying for quite some time that Jim Rickards was wrong in his persistent and presumptuous insistence that the next reserve currency would be the dollar-dominated IMF SDR…

…Gold was smashed once again by the Comex bank cartel.  Once again Doug Casey looks like an idiot with his arrogant and presumptuous insistence that the gold market is not manipulated.   It would take an absolute idiot to not see manipulation here, especially given that there not any news or event triggers when gold was flash-crashed AND none of the other related securities markets (stocks, dollar, bonds, commodities) behaved with any degree of volatility when gold was hit (click on graph to enlarge):

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