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robinsld replied to the topic Re: Grandmaster Putin’s Golden Trap in the forums.
Thank you so much for this article, debsyl. It makes a great deal of sense in the light of other things we know are going on with the US and world economies.
06:53 PM
Earl created a new topic Kissenger and the Dream in the forums.
“"Today Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told there was an outside threat from beyond whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will pledge with world leaders to deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well being granted to them by their world government."
- Henry Kissinger in an address to the Bilderberger meeting at Evian, France, May 21, 1992.

(in an address to the Bilderberger organization meeting at Evian, France, on May 21, 1991. As transcribed from a tape recording made by one of the Swiss delegates. )”

thinkexist.com/quotation/today-americans...n-troops/347294.html

Rodney Glen King III (April 2, 1965 – June 17, 2012) was an American construction worker who became nationally known after being beaten by Los Angeles police officers following a high-speed car chase on March 3, 1991. A local witness, George Holliday, videotaped much of it from his balcony, and sent the footage to local news station KTLA. The footage shows five officers surrounding King, several of them striking him repeatedly, while other officers stood by. Part of the footage was aired around the world, inflaming outrage in cities where racial tensions were high, and raising public concern about police treatment of minorities.

The Beatings will continue till moral improves.

Seriously, today is only a reaction of yesterday. Immigration Bill and Ferguson.
Playing the White "tea party" paranoia for there guns and got them loaded to the gill. Shoot some "spic" or "nigger", it's down right "patriotic" at this point.

Then I went into Wal Mart and stepped in someones vomit. Yelled "God Damn it, I stepped in someones Ebola".

BURN every God Damn Police Station between the Atlantic and the Pacific.

Yes, I have a dream. A dream were all the colors of GOD (deep voice) come together as one. Like a rainbow arched across the heavens.

A dream were strangers are called brothers and sisters. Were we stand together, not as individual souls, but as family.

I have a dream, we burn every god damn Police station down and your local bank.

I have a dream...

Thank You
Earl
05:06 PM
debsyl replied to the topic Re: Netherlands repatriates some of its gold in the forums.
I would not be surprised if Ottawa has some gold from the Netherlands, as we have a great relationship with the Netherlands that goes back to World War 2

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada%E2%80%93Netherlands_relations

Following German Occupation of the Netherlands, the Dutch royal family took refuge in Canada. Princess Margriet was born in exile while her family lived in Ottawa. The maternity ward of Ottawa Civic Hospital in which Princess Margriet was born was temporarily declared to be extraterritorial by the Canadian government, thereby allowing her citizenship to be solely influenced by her mother's Dutch citizenship. To commemorate the birth, the Canadian Parliament flew the Dutch flag over Peace Tower. This is the only time a foreign flag has flown over the Canadian Parliament Building.[1]


Perhaps the gold is a bribe from the USA to keep silent. One can't help but wonder if the gold they received was from the Ukraine.

rt.com/news/207243-netherlands-mh17-investigation-documents/

The Dutch government has refused to reveal details of a secret pact between members of the Joint Investigation Team examining the downed Flight MH17. If the participants, including Ukraine, don’t want information to be released, it will be kept secret.

The respected Dutch publication Elsevier made a request to the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice under the Freedom of Information Act to disclose the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) agreement, along with 16 other documents. The JIT consists of four countries - the Netherlands, Belgium, Australia and Ukraine - who are carrying out an investigation into the MH17 disaster, but not Malaysia. Malaysian Airlines, who operated the flight, has been criticized for flying through a war zone.
04:04 PM
debsyl created a new topic Grandmaster Putin’s Golden Trap in the forums.
This is an excellent article. There truly is NO way out for the West, unless they will attempt a full scale war against Russia.

Chess is all about strategy, I know my husband is an EXCELLENT chess player. If I wish to beat him, I need to set aside at least two hours and really concentrate. Every move needs to be analysed from EVERY angle, and one needs to consider one’s opponent’s move at least two – three moves ahead as well. Most often I still get “whipped”

www.goldstockbull.com/articles/grandmaster-putins-golden-trap/

Grandmaster Putin’s Golden Trap

The following piece by Dmitry Kalinichenko for Investcafe.ru suggests that Putin is using manipulated gold and energy prices to combat Western powers. Putin’s response to the West resembles both chess and judo, when the strength used by the enemy is used against him, but with minimal costs to the strength and resources of the defender. This comes on the heels of Russia’s central bank Governor Elvira Nabiullina telling the lower house of parliament about recent significant Russian gold purchases of roughly 150 metric tons. She is an economist, head of the Central Bank of Russia and was Vladimir Putin’s economic adviser between May 2012 to June 2013.

putin goldAccusations of the West towards Putin traditionally are based on the fact that he worked in the KGB. And therefore he is a cruel and immoral person. Putin is blamed for everything. But nobody ever accused Putin of lack of intelligence.

Any accusations against this man only emphasize his ability for quick analytical thinking and making clear and balanced political and economic decisions.

Often Western media compares this ability with the ability of a grandmaster, conducting a public chess simul. Recent developments in US economy and the West in general allow us to conclude that in this part of the assessment of Putin’s personality Western media is absolutely right.

Despite numerous success reports in the style of Fox News and CNN, today, Western economy, led by the United States is in Putin’s trap, the way out of which no one in the West can see or find. And the more the West is trying to escape from this trap, the more stuck it becomes.

What is the truly tragic predicament of the West and the United States, in which they find themselves? And why all the Western media and leading Western economists are silent about this, as a well guarded military secret? Let’s try to understand the essence of current economic events, in the context of the economy, setting aside the factors of morality, ethics and geopolitics.

After realizing its failure in Ukraine, the West, led by the US set out to destroy Russian economy by lowering oil prices, and accordingly gas prices as the main budget sources of export revenue in Russia and the main sources of replenishment of Russian gold reserves.

It should be noted that the main failure of the West in Ukraine is not military or political. But in the actual refusal of Putin to fund the Western project of Ukraine at the expense of the budget of Russian Federation. What makes this Western project not viable in the near and inevitable future.

Last time under president Reagan, such actions of the West’s lowering of oil prices led to ‘success’ and the collapse of USSR. But history does not repeat itself all the time. This time things are different for the West. Putin’s response to the West resembles both chess and judo, when the strength used by the enemy is used against him, but with minimal costs to the strength and resources of the defender. Putin’s real policies are not public. Therefore, Putin’s policy largely has always focused not so much on effect, but on efficiency.

Very few people understand what Putin is doing at the moment. And almost no one understands what he will do in the future.

No matter how strange it may seem, but right now, Putin is selling Russian oil and gas only for physical gold.

Putin is not shouting about it all over the world. And of course, he still accepts US dollars as an intermediate means of payment. But he immediately exchanges all these dollars obtained from the sale of oil and gas for physical gold!


To understand this, it is enough to look at the dynamics of growth of gold reserves of Russia and to compare this data with foreign exchange earnings of the RF coming from the sale of oil and gas over the same period.

Moreover, in the third quarter the purchases by Russia of physical gold are at an all-time high, record levels. In the third quarter of this year, Russia had purchased an incredible amount of gold in the amount of 55 tons. It’s more than all the central banks of all countries of the world combined (according to official data)!

In total, the central banks of all countries of the world have purchased 93 tons of the precious metal in the third quarter of 2014. It was the 15th consecutive quarter of net purchases of gold by Central banks. Of the 93 tonnes of gold purchases by central banks around the world during this period, the staggering volume of purchases – of 55 tons – belongs to Russia.

Not so long ago, British scientists have successfully come to the same conclusion, as was published in the Conclusion of the U.S. Geological survey a few years ago. Namely: Europe will not be able to survive without energy supply from Russia. Translated from English to any other language in the world it means: “The world will not be able to survive if oil and gas from Russia is subtracted from the global balance of energy supply”.

Thus, the Western world, built on the hegemony of the petrodollar, is in a catastrophic situation. In which it cannot survive without oil and gas supplies from Russia. And Russia is now ready to sell its oil and gas to the West only in exchange for physical gold! The twist of Putin’s game is that the mechanism for the sale of Russian energy to the West only for gold now works regardless of whether the West agrees to pay for Russian oil and gas with its artificially cheap gold, or not.

Because Russia, having a regular flow of dollars from the sale of oil and gas, in any case, will be able to convert them to gold with current gold prices, depressed by all means by the West. That is, at the price of gold, which had been artificially and meticulously lowered by the Fed and ESF many times, against artificially inflated purchasing power of the dollar through market manipulation.

Interesting fact: the suppression of gold prices by the special department of US Government – ESF (Exchange Stabilization Fund) – with the aim of stabilizing the dollar has been made into a law in the United States.

In the financial world it is accepted as a given that gold is an antidollar.

In 1971, US President Richard Nixon closed the ‘gold window’, ending the free exchange of dollars for gold, guaranteed by the US in 1944 at Bretton Woods.
In 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin has reopened the ‘gold window’, without asking Washington’s permission.

Right now the West spends much of its efforts and resources to suppress the prices of gold and oil. Thereby, on the one hand to distort the existing economic reality in favor of the US dollar and on the other hand, to destroy the Russian economy, refusing to play the role of obedient vassal of the West.

Today assets such as gold and oil look proportionally weakened and excessively undervalued against the US dollar. It is a consequence of the enormous economic effort on the part of the West.

And now Putin sells Russian energy resources in exchange for these US dollars, artificially propped by the efforts of the West. With which he immediately buys gold, artificially devalued against the U.S. dollar by the efforts of the West itself!

There is another interesting element in Putin’s game. It’s Russian uranium. Every sixth light bulb in the USA depends on its supply. Which Russia sells to the US too, for dollars.

Thus, in exchange for Russian oil, gas and uranium, the West pays Russia with dollars, purchasing power of which is artificially inflated against oil and gold by the efforts of the West. But Putin uses these dollars only to withdraw physical gold from the West in exchange, for the price denominated in US dollars, artificially lowered by the same West.

This truly brilliant economic combination by Putin puts the West led by the United States in a position of a snake, aggressively and diligently devouring its own tail.

The idea of this economic golden trap for the West, probably originated not from Putin himself. Most likely it was the idea of Putin’s Advisor for Economic Affairs – doctor Sergey Glazyev. Otherwise why seemingly not involved in business bureaucrat Glazyev, along with many Russian businessmen, was personally included by Washington on the sanction list? The idea of an economist, doctor Glazyev was brilliantly executed by Putin, with full endorsement from his Chinese colleague – XI Jinping.

Especially interesting in this context looks the November statement of the first Deputy Chairman of Central Bank of Russia Ksenia Yudaeva, which stressed that the CBR can use the gold from its reserves to pay for imports, if need be. It is obvious that in terms of sanctions by the Western world, this statement is addressed to the BRICS countries, and first of all China. For China, Russia’s willingness to pay for goods with Western gold is very convenient. And here’s why:

China recently announced that it will cease to increase its gold and currency reserves denominated in US dollars. Considering the growing trade deficit between the US and China (the current difference is five times in favor of China), then this statement translated from the financial language reads: “China stops selling their goods for dollars”. The world’s media chose not to notice this grandest in the recent monetary history event . The issue is not that China literally refuses to sell its goods for US dollars. China, of course, will continue to accept US dollars as an intermediate means of payment for its goods. But, having taken dollars, China will immediately get rid of them and replace with something else in the structure of its gold and currency reserves. Otherwise the statement made by the monetary authorities of China loses its meaning: “We are stopping the increase of our gold and currency reserves, denominated in US dollars.” That is, China will no longer buy United States Treasury bonds for dollars earned from trade with any countries, as they did this before.

Thus, China will replace all the dollars that it will receive for its goods not only from the US but from all over the world with something else not to increase their gold currency reserves, denominated in US dollars. And here is an interesting question: what will China replace all the trade dollars with? What currency or an asset? Analysis of the current monetary policy of China shows that most likely the dollars coming from trade, or a substantial chunk of them, China will quietly replace and de facto is already replacing with Gold.

In this aspect, the solitaire of Russian-Chinese relations is extremely successful for Moscow and Beijing. Russia buys goods from China directly for gold at its current price. While China buys Russian energy resources for gold at its current price. At this Russian-Chinese festival of life there is a place for everything: Chinese goods, Russian energy resources, and gold – as a means of mutual payment. Only US dollar has no place at this festival of life. And this is not surprising. Because the US dollar is not a Chinese product, nor a Russian energy resource. It is only an intermediate financial instrument of settlement – and an unnecessary intermediary. And it is customary to exclude unnecessary intermediaries from the interaction of two independent business partners.

It should be noted separately that the global market for physical gold is extremely small relative to the world market for physical oil supplies. And especially the world market for physical gold is microscopic compared to the entirety of world markets for physical delivery of oil, gas, uranium and goods.

Emphasis on the phrase “physical gold” is made because in exchange for its physical, not ‘paper’ energy resources, Russia is now withdrawing gold from the West, but only in its physical, not paper form. So does China, by acquiring from the West the artificially devalued physical gold as a payment for physical delivery of real products to the West.

The West’s hopes that Russia and China will accept as payment for their energy resources and goods “shitcoin” or so-called “paper gold” of various kinds also did not materialize. Russia and China are only interested in gold and only physical metal as a final means of payment.

For reference: the turnover of the market of paper gold, only of gold futures, is estimated at $360 billion per month. But physical delivery of gold is only for $280 million a month. Which makes the ratio of trade of paper gold versus physical gold: 1000 to 1.

Using the mechanism of active withdrawal from the market of one artificially lowered by the West financial asset (gold) in exchange for another artificially inflated by the West financial asset (USD), Putin has thereby started the countdown to the end of the world hegemony of petrodollar. Thus, Putin has put the West in a deadlock of the absence of any positive economic prospects.

The West can spend as much of its efforts and resources to artificially increase the purchasing power of the dollar, lower oil prices and artificially lower the purchasing power of gold. The problem of the West is that the stocks of physical gold in possession of the West are not unlimited. Therefore, the more the West devalues oil and gold against the US dollar, the faster it loses devaluing Gold from its not infinite reserves.

In this brilliantly played by Putin economic combination the physical gold is rapidly flowing to Russia, China, Brazil, Kazakhstan and India, the BRICS countries, from the reserves of the West. At the current rate of reduction of reserves of physical gold, the West simply does not have the time to do anything against Putin’s Russia until the collapse of the entire Western petrodollar world. In chess the situation in which Putin has put the West, led by the US, is called “time trouble”.

The Western world has never faced such economic events and phenomena that are happening right now. USSR rapidly sold gold during the fall of oil prices. Russia rapidly buys gold during the fall in oil prices. Thus, Russia poses a real threat to the American model of petrodollar world domination.

The main principle of world petrodollar model is allowing Western countries led by the United States to live at the expense of the labor and resources of other countries and peoples based on the role of the US currency, dominant in the global monetary system (GMS) . The role of the US dollar in the GMS is that it is the ultimate means of payment. This means that the national currency of the United States in the structure of the GMS is the ultimate asset accumulator, to exchange which to any other asset does not make sense.

What the BRICS countries, led by Russia and China, are doing now is actually changing the role and status of the US dollar in the global monetary system. From the ultimate means of payment and asset accumulation, the national currency of the USA, by the joint actions of Moscow and Beijing is turned into only an intermediate means of payment. Intended only to exchange this interim payment for another and the ulimate financial asset – gold. Thus, the US dollar actually loses its role as the ultimate means of payment and asset accumulation, yielding both of those roles to another recognized, denationalized and depoliticized monetary asset – gold.

Traditionally, the West has used two methods to eliminate the threat to the hegemony of petrodollar model in the world and the consequent excessive privileges for the West.

One of these methods – colored revolutions. The second method, which is usually applied by the West, if the first fails – military aggression and bombing.

But in Russia’s case both of these methods are either impossible or unacceptable for the West.

Because, firstly, the population of Russia, unlike people in many other countries, does not wish to exchange their freedom and the future of their children for Western kielbasa. This is evident from the record ratings of Putin, regularly published by the leading Western rating agencies. Personal friendship of Washington protégé Navalny with Senator McCain played for him and Washington a very negative role. Having learned this fact from the media, 98% of the Russian population now perceive Navalny only as a vassal of Washington and a traitor of Russia’s national interests. Therefore Western professionals, who have not yet lost their mind, cannot dream about any color revolution in Russia.

As for the second traditional Western way of direct military aggression, Russia is certainly not Yugoslavia, not Iraq or Libya. In any non-nuclear military operation against Russia, on the territory of Russia, the West led by the US is doomed to defeat. And the generals in the Pentagon exercising real leadership of NATO forces are aware of this. Similarly hopeless is a nuclear war against Russia, including the concept of so-called “preventive disarming nuclear strike”. NATO is simply not technically able to strike a blow that would completely disarm the nuclear potential of Russia in all its many manifestations. A massive nuclear retaliatory strike on the enemy or a pool of enemies would be inevitable. And its total capacity will be enough for survivors to envy the dead. That is, an exchange of nuclear strikes with a country like Russia is not a solution to the looming problem of the collapse of a petrodollar world. It is in the best case, a final chord and the last point in the history of its existence. In the worst case – a nuclear winter and the demise of all life on the planet, except for the bacteria mutated from radiation.

The Western economic establishment can see and understand the essence of the situation. Leading Western economists are certainly aware of the severity of the predicament and hopelessness of the situation the Western world finds itself in, in Putin’s economic gold trap. After all, since the Bretton Woods agreements, we all know the Golden rule: “Who has more gold sets the rules.” But everyone in the West is silent about it. Silent because no one knows now how to get out of this situation.

If you explain to the Western public all the details of the looming economic disaster, the public will ask the supporters of a petrodollar world the most terrible questions, which will sound like this:

– How long will the West be able to buy oil and gas from Russia in exchange for physical gold?
And what will happen to the US petrodollar after the West runs out of physical gold to pay for Russian oil, gas and uranium, as well as to pay for Chinese goods?

No one in the west today can answer these seemingly simple questions.

And this is called “Checkmate”, ladies and gentlemen. The game is over.
03:53 PM
As the Swiss "gold referendum" approaches; suddenly another European nation (which supposedly owns a lot of gold) wants its gold back: France. In this case; the request comes from the French Opposition -- it's rapidly-rising, ultra right-wing party (i.e. fascist): Front National.

While it's encouraging to hear more "gold repatriation" talk; it's quite alarming to know that a political party to the right of the current Fascists governing France has become the country's most-popular political party. Yes, I know the governing party of France calls itself "socialist" -- but it has engaged in nothing but ultra right-wing, extremist policies since the day it was elected.

Clearly fascism is once again rising in Europe, while over here in North America we have the ultra-fascist Two-Party Dictatorship in the U.S., and in Canada we have goose-stepping wannabe, Stephen Harper -- moving Canada further and further and further to the Right every day. And this comes after the political pendulum had already swung further to the Right than any time in our history.

If Hitler were alive today; he would be considered a "political moderate"...


Here Comes France: Right-Wing Leader Marine Le Pen Demands Central Bank Repatriate French Gold

www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-11-25/here-c...l-bank-repatriate-fr

First Germany, then the Netherlands, perhaps Switzerland this weekend, and now the French right-wing Front National, which shockingly came first in May's European parliament elections, and whose leader Marine Le Pen is currently polling in first place in a hypothetical presidential election (in both a first and run off round), ahead of president Hollande, has sent a letter to the governor of the French Central Bank, the Banque de France, demanding that France join the list of nations which have repatriated, or at least tried to, their gold.

From her letter, here is the full list of French demands (google translated):

Urgent repatriation on French soil of all of our gold reserves located abroad.
An immediate discontinuation of any gold sales program.
Conversely, a gradual reallocation of a significant portion of foreign exchange reserves in the balance sheet of the Bank of France by buying gold at each significant decrease in the price of an ounce (recommendation 20%) .
A suspension of any financial commitment or loan contract would wager that our gold reserves.
At the patrimonial and financial balance of the 2004 gold sales transactions ordered by N. Sarkozy...
11:00 AM
Jeff Nielson created a new topic Netherlands repatriates some of its gold in the forums.
News came out this week that the Netherlands has "secretly" repatriated 120 tons of its gold from the U.S. There is some significance to this news in itself, put into the context of Germany trying to get some of its gold back, and the (subsequent) news (which will be included in a separate post) that the leader of France's rapidly rising fascist party wants France's gold returned to it, as well.

However, the tid-bit of news in the Dutch announcement which really caught my eye was this:

Now 31% of the Dutch gold reserves are in Amsterdam, the same percentage as in New York. The rest is in Ottowa and London.

Putting aside the fact that the capital of Canada is spelled incorrectly (lol); how is it possible for Canada to be storing gold for the Netherlands, when WE have no gold of our own -- except a tiny reserve for minting our Gold Maples?

This is the first that I have ever heard that Canada is apparently also being used as a storage depot for at least a small fraction of Europe's gold. Note that this suggests that Canada's government has been more deeply involved in the West's (U.S.'s) gold shell-game than anyone ever suspected (or at least me).




Dutch bring 120 tonnes of gold back to Amsterdam from New York

www.dutchnews.nl/news/archives/2014/11/d...m-from-new-york.php/

The Dutch central bank has secretly brought a large part of the national gold reserves being held in a secure depot in New York back to Amsterdam. In total, 120 tonnes of gold valued at €4bn has been brought back to the Netherlands by ship, Nos television said...
10:48 AM
Yesterday
Mertis replied to the topic Re: Streets of Sorrow - Birmingham six - 40 years in the forums.
GREAT Post Dylan!!
07:20 PM
In the clip below, another so-called "hearing"; U.S. Eunuch politicians DESCRIBE (in very understated terms) all of the crimes being committed by the Wall Street branches of the One Bank. They say that all of these crimes are indefensible and intolerable. And then -- as always -- they DO nothing.

Try to avoid puking if you listen to this...



P.S. I almost forgot the punch-line: the Eunuchs are expecting and relying upon the Federal Reserve to monitor the Wall Street criminals, stop any "abuses" (i.e. crimes), and PUNISH offenders.



Wall Street Bank Involvement With Physical Commodities (Day Two)
www.hsgac.senate.gov/subcommittees/inves...-commodities-day-two
04:03 PM
Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Protecting Pedophile Politicians in the forums.
Debsyl, I certainly understand your basis for outrage here (and that of Zero Hedge). However, what always concerns me when "news" like this emerges is that it DISTRACTS US from the much larger issues (i.e. their BIGGEST crimes-against-humanity).

While these amoral politicians (and let's not forget the Priests) engage in these despicable acts, victimizing hundreds (thousands?) of children; these same despicable Traitors are the primary facilitators as the Old World Order victimizes HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS (just in our own societies) with its endless/relentless economic rape.

If we smashed the One Bank, and banished it to oblivion; would these Pedophile Politicians still be protected? No. If we smashed the One Bank, and banished it to oblivion; would these Pedophile Politicians even get elected? In most cases; no.

The same type of people who see no problems in serving the One Bank (all their lives) -- as it engages in the ECONOMIC RAPE of all their constituents -- are precisely the same sort of morally-deficient human beings who would see no problem in victimizing children.

What is reported here is (ultimately) merely another symptom of the societies/system which the One Bank has imposed on almost the entire Western world. What we must NEVER lose sight of, however, is the underlying "disease":

The Old World Order

The Poster Boy for the sexual abuse of children (around the world) is the Pope. And there is no more obvious/visible symbol of the Old World Order than whatever sub-human currently occupies that position.
03:25 PM
debsyl created a new topic Protecting Pedophile Politicians in the forums.
This headline comes as no surprise to me, as I have known for some time that this would become “normal”.

Approx. 19 years ago many Canadians voiced their concern when then Justice Minster Allen Rock added the undefined phrase "sexual orientation" to our laws and human rights tribunals.

What is one’s sexual orientation? Of course it is whatever one deems to be his/her sexual orientation, and how dare the rest of us consider any sexual orientation deplorable behaviour!

Does the term “sexual orientation” not include homosexuals, transvestite, lesbians, bi-sexuals, and now pedophiles?

Where are you Allen Rock, remember your PROMISE that it would never include pedophilia and bestiality? I date you to speak up and tell us your intention was NEVER to include our children in your undefined phrase “sexual orientation”.

I know the article is about the UK, but I am sure Canada is not far behind them. I expect I will see the day that our children will become “legal” prey for pedophiles.


www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-11-25/great-...er-national-security

In Great Britain, Protecting Pedophile Politicians Is A Matter Of "National Security"
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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 11/25/2014 11:06 -0500

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

I’ve long written about how the percentage of sociopaths within a group of humans becomes increasingly concentrated the higher you climb within the positions of power in a society, with it being most chronic amongst those who crave political power (see: Humanity is Rising).

The reason for this is obvious. Those with the sickest minds, and who wish to act upon their destructive fantasies, understand that they can most easily get away with their deeds if they are protected by an aura of power and ostensible respectability. They believe that as a result of their status, no one would dare accuse them of horrific activities, and if it ever came to that, they could quash any investigation. Unfortunately for us all, this is typically the case. I previously covered the issue of powerful pedophiles in the UK in the piece: Former BBC Host “Sir” Jimmy Savile Exposed as Major Player in Massive Pedophile Ring.

Now we have evidence of yet another case.

The Guardian reports that:

The security services are facing questions over the cover-up of a Westminster paedophile ring as it emerged that files relating to official requests for media blackouts in the early 1980s were destroyed.



Two newspaper executives have told the Observer that their publications were issued with D-notices – warnings not to publish intelligence that might damage national security – when they sought to report on allegations of a powerful group of men engaging in child sex abuse in 1984. One executive said he had been accosted in his office by 15 uniformed and two non-uniformed police over a dossier on Westminster paedophiles passed to him by the former Labour cabinet minister Barbara Castle.

Ah, national security. Remember that the next time you are lectured that we need to give up our civil liberties in the name of “national security.” Think about what that really means. It really means the security of the status quo to continue to behave like insane criminals with zero accountability.

The other said that his newspaper had received a D-notice when a reporter sought to write about a police investigation into Elm Guest House, in southwest London, where a group of high-profile paedophiles was said to have operated and may have killed a child. Now it has emerged that these claims are impossible to verify or discount because the D-notice archives for that period “are not complete”.



“It feels like just another example of key documents from that period going missing. We need to know more about what has happened. The journalists who have said that D-notices were issued are respected people with no reason to lie.”



The two journalists, Don Hale, the former editor of the Bury Messenger, and Hilton Tims, news editor of the Surrey Comet between 1980 and 1988, both recall their publications being issued with D-notices around 1984. Tims, a veteran of the Daily Mail and BBC, where he was head of publicity for the launch of colour TV, said that his chief reporter had informed him that a D-notice had been issued to him after he tried to report on a police investigation into events at Elm Guest House, where Smith is said to have been a regular visitor.



“The reporter was told that there were a number of high-profile people involved and they were getting boys from a care home in the Richmond area. So I put someone on to it, the chief reporter I think, to make inquiries. It was the following day that we had a D-notice slapped on us; the reporter came over and told me. It was the only time in my career.”



Hale, who was awarded an OBE for his successful campaign to overturn the murder conviction of Stephen Downing, a victim of one of the longest-known miscarriages of justice, said he was issued with a D-notice when editor of the Bury Messenger. He had been given a file by Castle, by then an MEP, which had details of a Home Office investigation into allegations made by the Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens of the existence of a Westminster paedophile ring. The files contained the name of 16 MPs said to be involved and another 40 who were supportive of the goals of the Paedophile Information Exchange, which sought to reduce the age of consent.

The worst part about incidents like these, is that those closest to the situations will often blindly protect the offenders. Such as what is described in the following articles.

From Outside Magazine: The Sex-Abuse Scandal Plaguing USA Swimming

From the Associated Press: Classroom Sex Abuse Case to Cost Nearly $140M

My heart goes out to all these young, helpless victims, and all those others whose stories haven’t been told.
01:03 PM
2 days ago
robinsld wrote:
There is just one issue I have with the content of these two videos, particularly the second and the text commentary leading into it. The statement that the Swiss will NOT be getting their gold is incorrect, and misleading. The Swiss WILL get their gold, if the referendum is carried, because they will require it. The important thing to note is the wording of the sentence: "There is simply not enough gold, at current prices, to satisfy the Swiss’ needs.". The key words are "at current prices". The prices will simply have to rise for the Swiss to get their gold. I'm sure this is the point that is worrying the PTB, as a referendum is not something that anyone can ignore. If it's carried, the Swiss will be REQUIRED by constitution and law, to acquire the necessary gold, at whatever price that acquisition demands.

There is a lot of focus on how things can't be done "at current prices", without completing the analysis by looking at how it CAN be done...

In this case, "can" would be replaced by "must".



OK, here I'm going to "agree" with the points made by both of you -- and then explain WHY this means that the Banksters will sabotage this referendum at all costs (even if it means simple, ballot-box fraud).

On the one hand; I think Dubin is right. I don't think that there is enough PHYSICAL BULLION which Switzerland's government could obtain (in a timely enough manner) to satisfy the parameters of the referendum.

On the other hand; your point is valid too. IF the referendum passes; the people of Switzerland won't tolerate "excuses". Thus this could very easily (and finally) blow-up the gold market -- and in a very public way. So no matter how the people of Switzerland actually vote here; I can already "predict" the outcome.



P.S. Myself (and other people I respect) are firmly convinced there was old-fashioned ballot-box fraud in the last election in my own province, British Columbia. Pre-election polling indicated the government was CLEARLY headed to defeat. And then on election-day; we had what the (Corporate) media called "a miracle" -- and our (pro-business) Nazi party "won" the election...with a majority.

03:52 PM
robinsld wrote:
Debsyl, thanks for reposting this. It's refreshing to get a trader's-eye view of these markets, these dynamics. Most of this rings true to me, that of which I have no knowledge being the only exception. The way he describes this mechanism is precisely how I would expect the PTB to conduct their business against the rest of the world in general and the American public specificly. Never was it more clear to me that the US is the target and focus of attention, in fact has been created to be the target and focus of attention, precisely to draw in the greatest number of patsies possible, and then cash in on the biggest (orchestrated) crash in history...



Robinsld, I certainly understand the basis for seeking insights from people with "experience". The implied assumption is that they have PRACTICAL knowledge/ideas which people without such experience are less likely to figure-out on their own.

But note (as with almost all logic/reasoning) the big assumption that you have made: that his experience is useful/relevant. And I would argue that (now) that assumption is entirely invalid.

Even if we go back to the early days of BBC; I frequently acknowledged by lack of experience/expertise as an actual "trader" in these markets. But things have changed significantly even over the past 4 years. Specifically, it was in 2011 that the One Bank's "master trading algorithm" took COMPLETE control over what used to be "markets".

We now no longer have markets. A "market" (by definition) is a forum for commerce where price is SOLELY determined by supply and demand. We now no longer have anything which even remotely resembles that. Instead; we have a Big Scam: a 100%-rigged system of commercial fraud.

Thus NONE of this Trader's "experience" has any relevance at all, any longer. Understand that ALL traders are T/A Jockeys. If they didn't believe in (and preach) "T/A", they wouldn't be traders -- since T/A provides them with nearly all of the data they use to engage in their trading.

As a reminder; for ANY T/A to be valid, a very long list of assumptions must all be true. At the top of the list are "free/open markets" and "perfect information" for all Players in our markets. Our reality is the EXACT OPPOSITE of this: the exact opposite of free markets, and the exact opposite of perfect information.

Thus it is now impossible for Traders to derive any useful insights from their experience, because all of that "experience" is based upon a world which has now completely ceased to exist.

Perhaps an analogy would be helpful. You have a serious physical illness, and so you're looking for a "doctor". You find two. One just graduated from medical school as a general practitioner, the other has 20 years experience -- but as a psychiatrist. Yes, he has lots of "experience" -- but none of it is relevant. Indeed, his experience COULD even be a hindrance.

Let's alter the scenario slightly. Now the two doctors are BOTH psychiatrists: one with 20 years experience, the other just graduated. Here you would actually be BETTER OFF with the doctor with no experience.

Psychiatrists are required to learn a lot of basic medicine before specializing in psychiatry. But for the psychiatrist with 20 years experience; much of that training would be forgotten. Conversely, for the psychiatrist who just graduated, his general medical training would be much better-remembered.

It's the same with the Traders. If you have two Traders, one with 23 years experience (like this trader), and the other has only been trading for 3 years; most of the "experience" with the first trader is now totally inapplicable/irrelevant. He still needs to FORGET much of what he learned previously -- because it no longer has any application.

The second trader, conversely, has never known anything other than absolute manipulation. While neither is likely to have much in the way of insights (because both are Zealots of "T/A"); the second trader MIGHT have more to offer.

Many of the leading ECONOMISTS are also very, very "experienced" -- and we know what THAT experience is worth...

11:36 AM
3 days ago
There is just one issue I have with the content of these two videos, particularly the second and the text commentary leading into it. The statement that the Swiss will NOT be getting their gold is incorrect, and misleading. The Swiss WILL get their gold, if the referendum is carried, because they will require it. The important thing to note is the wording of the sentence: "There is simply not enough gold, at current prices, to satisfy the Swiss’ needs.". The key words are "at current prices". The prices will simply have to rise for the Swiss to get their gold. I'm sure this is the point that is worrying the PTB, as a referendum is not something that anyone can ignore. If it's carried, the Swiss will be REQUIRED by constitution and law, to acquire the necessary gold, at whatever price that acquisition demands.

There is a lot of focus on how things can't be done "at current prices", without completing the analysis by looking at how it CAN be done...

In this case, "can" would be replaced by "must".
04:14 PM
Debsyl, thanks for reposting this. It's refreshing to get a trader's-eye view of these markets, these dynamics. Most of this rings true to me, that of which I have no knowledge being the only exception. The way he describes this mechanism is precisely how I would expect the PTB to conduct their business against the rest of the world in general and the American public specificly. Never was it more clear to me that the US is the target and focus of attention, in fact has been created to be the target and focus of attention, precisely to draw in the greatest number of patsies possible, and then cash in on the biggest (orchestrated) crash in history.

I still remain convinced the only currencies to survive this (eventually) will be gold and silver, gold initially, then silver when the dust clears. There was a mention in the article about the timing of the Collapse, that it's well known to the people orchestrating it. However, there was no mention of specifics. I do get the impression, however, with the level of manipulation by a solitary buyer (the FED), that it can't be far off. It would appear that with this little volatility in the market, we are already at a point where it is fruitless to try to milk the system any further....
03:10 PM
Good stuff Dylan!

Yes, you have identified another means of revealing false-flag events. If the Scapegoats for the false-flag event are ever exonerated, or whatever "patsy" which was blamed is no longer a credible suspect (in hindsight); the One Bank ensures that any "investigation" into those who are/were really responsible dies.

Of course the most-obvious example of a false-flag event being exposed in this manner was the JFK assassination. And (obviously) if the general public ever opened their eyes long enough to realize that "9/11" wasn't (solely) the work of 21 "Muslim terrorists" (lol!!); the One Bank would make sure that any inquiry into its own culpability here would also be quashed.
12:52 PM
4 days ago
Dylan replied to the topic Re: Streets of Sorrow - Birmingham six - 40 years in the forums.
Birmingham pub bombings: Why has no-one been brought to justice?

By Bethan Bell

BBC News

Forty years ago 21 people were killed when bombs were detonated at the Mulberry Bush and the Tavern in the Town pubs in Birmingham city centre. Six men were wrongly convicted for the bombings in 1975 and were finally released in 1991.

Since then, no-one has been found responsible. No-one has been prosecuted. No-one has been arrested. And no-one has admitted it.

Why?

Is there enough evidence?

Chris Mullin, a former MP and an investigative journalist who was instrumental in freeing the group who became known as the Birmingham Six, said of those he believes were behind the bombings: "Forty years after the event, other than a confession, there is no evidence that would stand up in court which would lead to the conviction of the surviving suspects".

Mr Mullin became a researcher for ITV's World in Action in 1985 and several editions were dedicated to discrediting the evidence on which the Birmingham Six had been convicted.

In 1986, Mr Mullin published a book, Error of Judgement: The Truth About the Birmingham Bombings, in which he claimed to have traced and met some of those actually responsible.

Evidence was lost

After a review was carried out between 2012 and 2014, it was announced in April that, of the original 168 exhibits listed for trial in 1975, there were 35 which the reinvestigation team was unable to locate, including a bomb which did not go off.

The current Chief Constable for the West Midlands, Chris Sims, said the force assumed the items had been disposed of in the 1980s "on the basis the case had been completed".

"That feels utterly at odds with current procedure but was probably not unusual at that time," he said.

A spokesman for the Association of Chief Police Officers said the "general rule of thumb" for retaining evidence was seven years.

"It isn't cut-and-dried or a one size fits all. Evidence may be retained if it is felt it could be relevant to future investigations."

He said decisions would lie with senior investigating officers or other high-ranking police.

Professor Michael Zander, Professor Emeritus of Law at London School of Economics, explained the significance of an exhibit may not always be apparent to investigating officers.

According to the provisions of the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996, he said, the prosecution is obliged to pass on any unused material that may assist the defence.

However, "things can get overlooked because they don't know exactly what the defence case is," he said.

"So there are situations when a completely honest policeman could say 'I didn't hand that over because it didn't occur to me that the defence might want to raise that'."

No new evidence

Following the release of the Birmingham Six in 1991, a reinvestigation was opened, led by the then Chief Constable for the West Midlands, Ron Hadfield, and the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Barbara Mills.

A team of 40 officers generated 5,000 documents, statements and reports.

At its conclusion in April 1994, Mr Hadfield and Mrs Mills issued a statement announcing:

There was insufficient evidence for proceedings against any person

• The inquiries carried out were to the satisfaction of the DPP

• The DPP was unable to suggest any further reasonable lines of inquiry that could have been "usefully pursued" at that time

Julie Hambleton, whose sister Maxine was killed in the bombing, said: "Isn't it the job of the police to go out and find new evidence?

"They just seem to be waiting for it to drop on their desks".

Evidence is unavailable

Mrs Mills, who became a Dame in 1997 and died in 2011, put a 75-year embargo on files relating to a Devon and Cornwall inquiry into the West Midlands Police investigation.

It prevented the release of documents until 2069.


Records can be retained for such a length of time "if the disclosure of which would not be in the public interest in that it would harm defence, international relations, national security (including the maintenance of law and order) or the economic interests of the UK and its dependent territories".

They can also be retained if they relate personal details about people who are still alive. Disclosure of such information might be a "breach of confidence" or cause "distress" or "endangerment".

Is there 'something to hide'?

Julie Hambleton said: "Our question is this. Why is this file being kept closed for so long, if the police and the government have nothing to hide?



"Would it not be financially and judicially more prudent to make these files available to all concerned parties as a way of expediting justice?

"Or is this too simple? Do these files have the potential to open up a Pandora's box that could put certain individuals and organisations in a light that they would prefer not to have switched on?"

Following the reinvestigation in 1994, Mr Hadfield said: "The objective [had been] an open minded search for the truth behind the Birmingham pub bombings."

Mr Sims said earlier this year: "Nothing would give me more satisfaction than to bring those responsible for this atrocity to justice.

"However, I make this pledge today - I would like to offer families of those who died or people who were hurt on the night to be given as much information as possible to answer the questions that we can. I would ask them to contact us so we can start that process."

In April 2014, Mr Sims reassured the victims' families that the investigation remained open.

"It is always possible that brand new and significant information could become available to us - let me be clear - this case is not closed," he said.

Has too much time passed?

Independent advice from the Netherlands Forensic Institute was given to the 2012-2014 inquiry that "whilst acknowledging improvements in forensic science, it is assessed that any results from further forensic testing would be unlikely to yield any information of value due to potential contamination, the effects of previous examination and degradation over time".

Chris Mullin has also said that several of the perpetrators, who would now be in their 70s, are dead and would therefore never be brought to justice.

Who are the suspects?

The World in Action programme in 1985 named four suspects the production was "100% sure" were the true perpetrators, and said they knew the identity of a fifth.

After the six were released in 1991, and following the allegations made by World in Action, Mr Hadfield said "all those named as potentially being responsible or involved in the Birmingham pub bombings were thoroughly investigated".

Former BBC Northern Ireland correspondent Denis Murray said Mr Mullin, who claims he knows the names of the perpetrators, is a journalist "to the toenails" and "a journalist will never reveal his sources".

Could Chris Mullin be compelled to give evidence?

A 1986 debate in the House of Commons indicated he could not because:

• Any names would be hearsay and therefore inadmissible in court

• The safety of Mr Mullin would be compromised if he breached any confidentiality agreements

• Mr Mullin's investigation was in the public interest and future journalists could be put off legitimate investigations if they could be compelled to identify suspects

• The investigation was to prove the innocence of the convicted men, not to identify the guilty men

Will there be an inquest?

If a person has been sent for trial for causing a death, any inquest is adjourned until the criminal trial is over.

When the trial is over, the coroner can decide there may be no need for an inquest, if he or she is satisfied the facts surrounding the death have emerged at the trial.

Because the bombings were subject to a criminal prosecution resulting in a conviction, there was no inquest.

It meant there was no further investigation into the circumstances of the deaths.

Earlier this month, human rights lawyer Kevin Winters, who has represented families of victims of the Troubles in Northern Ireland, said he believed there was a basis for an inquest and would write to West Midlands Police and the relevant coroner.

"There's an on-going duty on behalf of the authorities, and especially West Midlands Police, to actually get to the bottom of what happened.

"These families have received a very poor service in terms of justice and truth and closure - they've got nothing near it at all."

Does the Belfast Agreement have an impact?

BBC correspondent Murray has said one of the reasons there has been no prosecution is because of the Belfast Agreement - known as the Good Friday agreement.

The agreement specifies that anyone convicted of a paramilitary offence before 1998 would be subject to a maximum of two years in prison, "and probably not even that, if they are prosecuted at all", said Murray.

No-one has been legitimately convicted of the Birmingham pub bombings.

"The people who did this have never admitted it. The agreement doesn't apply to them," Julie Hambleton said.



"It's the largest unsolved mass murder in Britain. I don't understand why [the police] don't want to solve it".


However, Murray has said: "The only people who know for certain who did it are the provisional IRA and they are never ever going to say."



Birmingham pub bombings: Why has no-one been brought to justice?
www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-30118137

That is quite an assumption to make, BBC correspondent Murray. Why has the establishment sat on the evidence if "The only people who know for certain who did it are the provisional IRA and they are never ever going to say."?


False Flags

During the 'long war' the IRA was accused of indiscriminate bombings in England that killed many civilians. In November 1974, bombs exploded in two Birmingham pubs; 21 people were killed and 160 injured. The blasts were blamed on the IRA although they denied responsibility and claimed that their policy was never to attack non-military targets without sufficient warning to avoid civilian casualties. In terms of the propaganda war, it seems obvious that it would be entirely counter-productive for any resistance movement to cause large civilian casualties and thereby diminish public support for their cause. On the other hand, Kitson's counter-insurgency strategy calls precisely for the 'discrediting of the resistance movement in the eyes of the public by any means.' In the case of the Birmingham pub bombings, the evidence points clearly to a British covert operation for two reasons: 1) many of the 21 killed were Irish people living in England. 2) A few days later Kenneth Littlejohn, who had been exposed two years earlier as playing a part in bombings carried out by British agents in Dublin, was arrested by British police.


Reaction in Britain to the bombings was so fierce, with anger and hysteria sweeping the country, that British police framed six Irish Catholics, who had been living in the area since the 1960s, for the bombings. Known as 'The Birmingham Six', the men would spend 16 years in prison before being released and found not guilty. In the aftermath of the bombings, the first in a series of new anti-terrorist legislation called 'The Prevention of Terrorism Act' (PTA) was quickly passed through the British parliament and the IRA was officially banned. The PTA gave British police sweeping powers to clamp down on political dissent in general and to detain, photograph and fingerprint suspects without a warrant. The fact that the provisions of the PTA would be built upon by the British elite to formulate and pass the broader 'Terrorism Act' of 2000 and the draconian 'Prevention of Terrorism Act' of 2005, which directly target British citizens, is strong evidence for Roger Faligot's claim that the British war against the IRA and the Catholics of Northern Ireland was used as a testing ground for later population control and suppression of dissent in Britain and Europe.


www.sott.net/article/245044-The-British-...n-In-State-Terrorism



Oh farewell you streets of sorrow
And farewell you streets of pain
I'll not return to feel more sorrow
Nor to see more young men slain
Through the last six years I've lived through terror
And in the darkened streets the pain
Oh how I long to find some solace
In my mind I curse the strain

So farewell you streets of sorrow
And farewell you streets of pain
No I'll not return to feel more sorrow
Nor to see more young men slain

There were six men in Birmingham
In Guildford there's four
That were picked up and tortured
And framed by the law
And the filth got promotion
But they're still doing time
For being Irish in the wrong place
And at the wrong time
In Ireland they'll put you away in the Maze
In England they'll keep you for seven long days
God help you if ever you're caught on these shores
The coppers need someone
And they walk through that door

You'll be counting years
First five, then ten
Growing old in a lonely hell
Round the yard and the stinking cell
From wall to wall, and back again

A curse on the judges, the coppers and screws
Who tortured the innocent, wrongly accused
For the price of promotion
And justice to sell
May the judged be their judges when they rot down in hell

You'll be counting years
First five, then ten
Growing old in a lonely hell
Round the yard and the lousy cell
From wall to wall, and back again

May the whores of the empire lie awake in their beds
And sweat as they count out the sins on their heads
While over in Ireland eight more men lie dead
Kicked down and shot in the back of the head

You'll be counting years
First five, then ten
Growing old in a freezing hell
Round the yard and the lousy cell
From wall to wall, and back again

You'll be counting years
First five, then ten
Growing old in a lonely hell
Round the yard and the lousy cell
From wall to wall, and back again



The Pogues - Streets of Sorrow / Birmingham Six
06:43 PM
Here are the links to a two-part interview from Rory (of SGTReport).

Eric Dubin – They Could Conceivably Kill the COMEX

Part I


Join us as we take a look at the silver market since the US Mint sold out of American Silver Eagles. We review what has happened and the possibilities that loom around the corner.


thedailycoin.org/?p=11027

600 Metric Tons of Gold Does Not Exist at Current Prices – Eric Dubin

This is part 2 of my interview with Eric Dubin


We conclude our discussion of the current state of affairs at the COMEX which leads us to discuss how the true physical market, the Shanghai Gold Exchange, is impacting the markets and the flow of metal in and out of the market.


thedailycoin.org/?p=11071
05:44 PM
[p. 207] Lindbergh leaves absolutely no doubt as to who the principal Failures are in our societies -- the same Failures who sabotaged life in his own era.

Had it not been for a few geniuses in science, mechanics and in all fields of service except economics and politics, the profiteer system would have reduced the majority of us to mere beasts. The world has made wonderful progress in everything – except politics and economics.
I'm sure it's no mystery to regular readers why someone who singles out the politicians and economists (i.e. the "Traitors" and the "Charlatans") as the principal Failures of our societies is my new, personal hero.

04:45 PM
Jeff Nielson, debsyl replied to the topic Re: Will Putin play the gold card? in the forums.
debsyl wrote:


...Now you DO disapppont me. My husband goes by many names, so I tell people, "You can call him whatever you wish, but don't call him late for dinner."

I didn't realize that was a common phrase, I thought I was the author LOL



I think the first time I heard that line (long ago) was in some TV comedy, or perhaps a stand-up routine:

"You can call me ________, or call me _______; just don't call me late for dinner."



P.S. There are a few lines in my own, standard repertoire which I've been using for so long that I can't remember if I made-up the line myself -- or "borrowed it" from someone else.

02:05 PM
Jeff Nielson replied to the topic Re: Notable Quotes... in the forums.
I wish I'd written this one myself...!

Leaders are like petted and pampered children – spoiled and no good unless by our intelligence we force them to be good.


If you want to know who did say/write this; here's where to look.
01:50 PM
I had heard it said before that the entire country will be owned by another, but I wasn’t sure how this could play out.

This trader goes into detail explaining how the Fed is able to manipulate the markets from within and outside the USA. Again, it is lengthy but IMO certainly worth reading.

This could be frightening to some, but I understand this life is only a journey … I believe we can only protect our assets for our children and grandchildren. Evil will NOT prevail.


www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-11-22/vetera...re-buying-sp-futures


A Zero Hedge reader, and long-time futures trader, shares his views on the evolution of the "market", where it was, where it is, and where it may be going.
* * *
I have been an independent trader for 23 years, starting at the CBOT in grains and CME in the S&P 500 futures markets long ago while they were auction outcry markets, and have stayed in the alternative investment space ever since, and now run a small fund.

I understand better than most I would think, the "mechanics" of the markets and how they have evolved over time from the auction market to 'upstairs". I am a self-taught, top down global macro economist, and historian of "money" and the Fed and all economic and governmental structures in the world. One thing so many managers don't understand is that the markets take away the most amounts of money from the most amounts of people, and do so non-linearly. Most sophisticated investors know to be successful, one must be a contrarian, and this philosophy is in parallel. Markets will, o`n all time scales, through exponential decay (fat tails, or black swans, on longer term scales), or exponential growth of price itself. Why was I so bearish on gold at its peak a few years back for instance? Because of the ascent of non-linearity of price, and the massive consensus buildup of bulls. Didier Sornette, author of "Why Stock Markets Crash", I believe correctly summarizes how Power Law Behavior, or exponential consensus, and how it lead to crashes. The buildup of buyers' zeal, and the squeezing of shorts, leads to that "complex system" popping. I have traded as a contrarian with these philosophies for some time.

The point here is, our general indices have been at that critical point now for a year, without "normal" reactions post critical points in time, from longer term time scales to intraday. This suggests that many times, there is only an audience of one buyer, and as price goes up to certain levels, that buyer extracts all sellers. After this year and especially this last 1900 point Dow run up in October, and post non-reaction, that I am 100 percent confident that that one buyer is our own Federal Reserve or other central banks with a goal to "stimulate" our economy by directly buying stock index futures. Talking about a perpetual fat finger! I guess "don't fight the Fed" truly exists, without fluctuation, in this situation. Its important to note the mechanics; the Fed buys futures and the actual underlying constituents that make up the general indices will align by opportunistic spread arbitragers who sell the futures and buy the actual equities, thus, the Fed could use the con, if asked, that they aren't actually buying equities.

They also consistently use events through their controlled media, whether bad or good price altering news, to create investment behavior. The "ending" QE 3, and the immediate Bank of Japan QE news that night, and thus the ability to not quit QE using them as their front, and then propping our markets on Globex, like this is suppose to be good news, free markets totally dependent on QE, is one example. Last night, Obama passing the amnesty bill, and the more great news about how Europe and now China are also printing money out of thin air and "stimulating" their economies with QE too, which in turn prompts the Fed to prop up overnight futures markets on Globex to make that look like great news as well. I guess this is suppose to create a behavioral pattern for investors, that dependency on government gives us positive feedback and is good, much like Pavlov's dog and the ringing of the bell.

Why would the Fed prop up our stock market to begin with? Weren't they just supposed to "stimulate" the treasuries market only, to keep interest rates low, indirectly, by an eventual direct purchase in secondary markets, keeping them propped up (for five years now!)? Well, first of all as it relates to equities and utilizing the "Plunge Protection" mandate, why not just bypass the "plunge" altogether. Can't the definition of Plunge Protection be just that? Protection against a plunge instead of during a plunge? Doesn't propping the market equate to "Plunge Protection" since propping alleviates plunge and "protects" us? Does it depend on what the definition of "is" is? And really, doesn't the Fed buying futures directly alleviate those bankers who take their money in TARP or however means and then this money doesn't make its way into the very heart of what the public deems as its consumption motivator, higher stocks and real estate? Plus, buying futures is a means of then delivering fiat cash upon every expiration, therefore, "stimulus" to someone who receives it.

The Fed boasts about having a printing press, and I guess this allows them to "fix" everything. They "print money out of thin air" we keep hearing (which is true by the way) and with US taxpayer backing (fiat currency (always fails throughout history)), (perhaps post QE 3 there is an Executive Order for QE infinity), they sit on the actual bid and hold our treasury markets steady, and by buying out big sellers as they arise like Russia and China via their Belgium central bank franchise as an example, propping our dollar and then staying on that bid by other franchises, having constant bid flow into equity futures in real time hours and Globex overnite, all in order to retain US consumer confidence (since that is what we are suppose to continue to do) and the image of global strength to keep the dollar from losing its reserve status. Their obsession of stopping a deflationary depression, has headfaked people like Bill Gross, formerly of PIMCO, and known to have started hedging long bond positions five years ago with the assumptions that Fed printing would be inflationary, and rates would move higher, but without the assumption of the perpetual direct bid in the market place by the Fed creating, "price discovery". For now, that is.

In the end, which they know exactly when that is, the ultimate con is exposed through mass theft. Americans finally find out what those guys on CNBC are talking about when they mention "inflation" and how it destroys buying power over time. The end reflects the Fed stepping away from the bid in all markets. Prior to this, of course, they prep their offshore fund accounts to take the other side and short dollar, short global equities, and short fixed income, with mass leverage for maximum gain. I mean, why wouldn't they? They are a private entity and are composed of non-US citizens with no accountability or oversight and they seem to be globalist humanists with a depopulation bent (Rockefeller Foundation). Why wouldn't they use our money to prop, their money to take other side in a massive global short play, then let it all crash by simply stepping off the bid of these markets. They can then use the controlled talking heads who can relay the complexities of fiat money, index arbitrage, money velocity, currency and CDO swaps, with some geopolitical China worries, whatever, but really emphasize that the whole capitalistic system and constitution was flawed to begin with anyways, and that perhaps totalitarian fascism would be best for the country at this point since everyone's wealth is destroyed overnight and are literally hungry. Perhaps Obama is just that person! Maybe Dinesh D'souza was right about Obama. This is the way to destroy us, or "equal" the playing field globally by taking us down to third world status, is it not? Leverage the American people's money by trillions of dollars at the tops of capital markets, then bury them in a death spiral? Maybe Thomas Jefferson knew what he was saying' "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered."

Why wouldn't anyone believe these words written here? Perhaps you can't imagine someone being so evil? Wasn't the Federal Reserve Bank concept initially funded by a Rothschild in the 1800s, who used the media to deceive the public and sway the London Stock Market down negatively, who then speculated against that panicking public's sell orders by taking long positions in stocks, then making a fortune when everyone found out that the news was wrong and positive? Then later another Rothschild founded our Federal Reserve in 1913, and others like JP Morgan who supposedly bought the US stock market in a banking panic and "saved" America in 1909? Aren't all of these Fed owners Fabian Socialists?

Details of this last market move:

This last 1900 point Dow Jones push upwards - and the Ebola events leading into it - it was so orchestrated and heightened at critical points but the ascent and push straight up in price, and sideways nonreaction after was completely unlike anything I've seen before. After going up for a record breaking amount of time the last five or so years, in a nonlinear exponential mania type of ascent, there should normally be tremendous volatility that follows. But, this isn't a tech-like mania! There aren't any buyers here other then the Fed. The shorts were all squeezed in 2009, 2010, 11, 12, and everyone who has ever wanted to buy stocks is in!
Modern Portfolio Theory has reached it's pinnacle, leading 55% of the American public who partake in that "diversified" portfolio theory off an eventual cliff. The market acts more like a penny stock that has been pumped up and is "boxed" (boxed, meaning, the whole float is buying and holding and held with the promoter, one broker dealer, and thus this one broker dealer can control price "discovery"(regardless of actual fundamentals and using "press releases" to sway and create order flow they want and need from naive clients)) , and less like a free market. The Dow runs up that much that quickly, then on Globex its down .02 percent at the most over night, multiple days in a row? No pullback? Are you kidding me!? Then the actual trading days have very little volume, and the peaks in price intraday also exhibit nonreactions sideways, just a couple of tics from the highs. This price manipulation reflects that they want to expunge all shorts on all time scales, to the point that there will be no point to try, and at the very end, there will be very few. This also reflects that a group of very smart prop trader types, experienced behavioralists, perhaps off of a prior prop desk like a Goldman, are controlling this game, and not some government treasury/cftc/sec "plunge protect" type who doesn't understand this game.

With the indoctrination of Modern Portfolio Theory, and the masses' epistemology from experience and from "experts" to never ever get out because "it always comes back", and from corporate buybacks, the actual intraday trading float has disappeared, thus, easier and cheaper to manipulate and find the perfect "price discovery" for every situation to control investor behavior, especially during off hours on Globex. This past situation, during the break and runup, there would be thousands of opportunities for the Fed insiders using different variations of ways to front run (without using the focus dump then pump futures contract itself), making the HFT guys front running for pennies look like complete chumps. Can you imagine all the different ways to bet the global markets at the height of the ebola scare, which just happened to be the height of the mass media hammering the public with fear about it(haven't heard a word since!), which happened to be the exact moment of a very large Dow Jones 600 points intraday range after falling 1000 points in 9 days, which also happened to be at the height of put option premiums expanding and call option premiums eroding quickly, by knowing that the Fed is now going to prop it back up, way back up, and quickly! Shorting put premium globally for expiration in 7 or 37 days? Buying way out of the money cheap calls, buying the underlying equities, shorting interest rates, buying inflation, buying emerging markets and all of their liquid securities, options plays etc... on and on. That prior knowledge ts worth trillions, is it not? We all know that investment bank broker dealer desks take the other side of trades, and inventory the other side opportunistically. Why wouldn't this "bank" too, especially now that they are intertwined with investment banks thus have gained their intellectual property in trading? And why wouldn't they influence our idiot sheepish politicians to mandate the Fed Reserve, to encourage the Fed Reserve, to stimulate, whereas our Fed could use that for "the people", while at the same time, for themselves take the other side based on their offshore opportunistic mandate? Today's current markets are completely manipulated, every market, all the time, with our money and political Keynesian (control) mandate doing the manipulation in order for their money to front run and profit from there opportunistic mandate.

So if I am right, and my 23 years of experience trading equities, during manias enables me to know with certainty that I am, that they are allowed to directly be involved and have a perpetual standing bid in the secondary derivatives markets, they can then take the other side when they want (no need to publicly announce this, but to justify in their own heads). So when they take the other side in the public markets upon themselves pulling the prior US citizen backed bids in all markets for the ultimate 80 year cyclical "end game" (btw, about 23 years past the Kondratief Cycle deadline which is one way to describe the inevitable delay in this ongoing natural economic system reset) of the US fiat backed paper print con capped off by mass leverage, wouldn't they make trillions on the bubble pop on the way down? Wouldn't they also end up eventually owning the whole US since commerce would halt immediately, everyone would lose their jobs causing mass deflation (and hyperinflation due to our currency being booted as reserve currency, and imports becoming expensive overnight) causing mass defaults on their home loan obligations? Where do our mortgages end up now post 2008, 2009 financial collapse? Our governments coffers via FHA, FNMA, GNMA? And who will place a lien on our government when they default on it's loans? Wouldn't they be able to foreclose on America?

The US mandate on allowing Plunge Protection enabling the Fed to stick their noses directly in the equities markets was written in 1988 and is public knowledge and found in the public forum. And the attached "memo" shows incentives from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange for Central Bankers to use their equity futures markets.

Write me if you have any questions or comments, or if you need me to join in your efforts help to expose this Ponzi scam.

Moses
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01:35 PM
Good stuff, TA!

Everyone here knows I frequently rely upon thoughts, posts and questions from readers/Members as inspiration for my commentaries. But this is a first: I just drafted the title for a future commentary before even reading what was posted (lol):

The Working Poor: Welcome to Walmart!

01:20 PM
5 days ago
[p. 119] Lindbergh describes how the Economic Pie is divided up in our societies (then and now):

The parasites get it all, honest industry and honest business must be grateful for a few crumbs only.

This is what is known to economists (and every good Right-Winger) as "trickle-down economics".

06:59 PM
Debsyl, I was just having a little fun -- intended to be a shot at the Charlatans (i.e. "economists").

As the old saying goes; call me anything you want, "just don't call me late for dinner."

06:29 PM
WorkinStiff wrote:
So the question is what's gonna happen to the gold price over the next 10 days?

My thought was that it would be bounced up and down like a yoyo to "demonstrate" to the the Swiss that its an erratic barbarous relic. The steady rise over the last week or so has me worried that it might be getting away from them. The Dutch repatriation announcement is an interesting twist. Its not too late to acquire phys but I feel a tonne better buying after the dips (rather than chasing it up).

Do they smash it on the weekends an let it rise during the week? Let it rise with a huge smash just before the vote?

Thoughts


WorkinStiff, the ever-increasing lack of transparency in our (corrupt) world forces me to a little more humble -- at least some of the time (lol).

With these psychopaths having so MANY different schemes at work (and "targets" they're attacking); I'm having more and more problems trying to connect SPECIFIC events with specific plans.

In this particular case; I'm going to offer a piece of advice which I usually forget myself (lol): we must remember not to think about "the price of gold" (or silver) exclusively denominated in USD's. The USD has (absurdly) been rising against ALL "currencies" lately --and gold is a currency.

Thus if we looked at a gold chart of the last few weeks in rupees, or pounds, or euros; I suspect it would look significantly different.

Conveniently; this was also recently posted on the Forum.

Will Putin play the gold card?


I was somewhat skeptical about that plan, but had to acknowledge that it was at least feasible that it could happen. And if Russia was planning to "back the rouble with gold"; that would be an even bigger reason for the Psychopaths to start whacking-around the price of gold (yet again).

With respect to your own theory; I think it's probability (again) depends on something which we cannot know with reliability. Recent STORIES (from the propaganda machine) indicate that the gold-referendum looks certain to be defeated. If that's true; then there is less of a need for the strategy you suggest.

Conversely, if they're LYING about Swiss support for the referendum (and lying is always possible); then that increases the motive to use the price of gold as a tool to shake the confidence of the Swiss people.

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