They say diamonds are forever, and as long as central banks stay in business maybe gold price suppression will be forever too…
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
Diamonds are forever, as the famous advertising campaign says, and as long as central banks stay in business maybe gold price suppression will be forever too. In that case we can kiss free markets and limited government goodbye, the whole system of social organization that has been powering what used to be called the ascent of man.
While GATA long has been making trouble for the market riggers and may take credit for alerting certain nations that have been especially cheated by the scheme, we obviously haven’t beaten the bad guys yet. But we continue to compile, distribute, archive, and clamor about the documentation of government intervention against the monetary metals, thereby making intervention and price suppression impossible to deny by anyone who would like to be taken seriously.
So with Christmas and Hanukkah upon us, please consider supporting GATA financially if you have not already done so. If you fear that gold price suppression may continue a long time, if not quite forever, and that, like many of our friends over the years, you may not live to see the day of deliverance, please consider even remembering GATA in your will.
As much as we might like to move on to other desperate causes — UFOs, the Loch Ness monster, the Abominable Snowman, or bringing the Dodgers back to Brooklyn — the gold cause means the most to individual freedom and fair dealing among the nations and so we mean to pursue it to its end, or our own.
That requires some financial support — for example, we’re in the middle of a substantial security upgrade for our internet site — and it has been a while since we issued a general appeal.
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Thanks as always for your consideration. Best holiday wishes to you and yours.
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
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