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  1. You forgot no3 ; America is in the sh*t Financially and need another diversion from the real issue, plus it lets the Jewish money lenders make a profit from backing both sides in the war and help their weapon company's make a few dollars as well as makes these scum loads of money and helps also in their quest for a NWO. Iranian president, Imadinnerjacket got wrongly translated by AR*HOLES with a VI in wanting to wipe out Isreal,if he wanted he would wipe out the 50,000 odds Jewish folk living in Isreal. Don't believe the jewish control media either.
  2. That doesn't prove anything,its a bit like the Government investigating itself and putting its head under the blanket if it see's anything scary ,and like the cash for honours thingy in the U.K nobody can prove it, but it stinks of poo poo anyway. In addition to working with various SROs such as NYSE and NASD, the Securities and Exchange Commission(SEC) also works with other federal agencies, state securities regulators and law enforcement agencies.
  3. Could it be Dutch Bank, or one of these guys, a bit of insider trading perhaps?. As reported in other news stories, Deutsche Bank was also the hub of insider trading activity connected to 9/11 and Munich Re. just before the attacks.Seems strange how or freinds in govt and bankers all seem to be cosy. CIA, THE BANKS AND THE BROKERS Understanding the interrelationships between CIA and the banking and brokerage world is critical to grasping the already frightening implications of the above revelations. Let's look at the history of CIA, Wall Street and the big banks by looking at some of the key players in CIA's history. Clark Clifford - The National Security Act of 1947 was written by Clark Clifford, a Democratic Party powerhouse, former Secretary of Defense, and one-time advisor to President Harry Truman. In the 1980s, as Chairman of First American Bancshares, Clifford was instrumental in getting the corrupt CIA drug bank BCCI a license to operate on American shores. His profession: Wall Street lawyer and banker. John Foster and Allen Dulles - These two brothers "designed" the CIA for Clifford. Both were active in intelligence operations during WW II. Allen Dulles was the U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland where he met frequently with Nazi leaders and looked after U.S. investments in Germany. John Foster went on to become Secretary of State under Dwight Eisenhower and Allen went on to serve as CIA Director under Eisenhower and was later fired by JFK. Their professions: partners in the most powerful - to this day - Wall Street law firm of Sullivan, Cromwell. Bill Casey - Ronald Reagan's CIA Director and OSS veteran who served as chief wrangler during the Iran-Contra years was, under President Richard Nixon, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. His profession: Wall Street lawyer and stockbroker. David Doherty - The current Vice President of the New York Stock Exchange for enforcement is the retired General Counsel of the Central Intelligence Agency. George Herbert Walker Bush - President from 1989 to January 1993, also served as CIA Director for 13 months from 1976-7. He is now a paid consultant to the Carlyle Group, the 11th largest defense contractor in the nation, which also shares joint investments with the bin Laden family. A.B. "Buzzy" Krongard - The current Executive Director of the Central Intelligence Agency is the former Chairman of the investment bank A.B. Brown and former Vice Chairman of Banker's Trust. John Deutch - This retired CIA Director from the Clinton Administration currently sits on the board at Citigroup, the nation's second largest bank, which has been repeatedly and overtly involved in the documented laundering of drug money. This includes Citigroup's 2001 purchase of a Mexican bank known to launder drug money, Banamex. Nora Slatkin - This retired CIA Executive Director also sits on Citibank's board. Maurice "Hank" Greenburg - The CEO of AIG insurance, manager of the third largest capital investment pool in the world, was floated as a possible CIA Director in 1995. FTW exposed Greenberg's and AIG's long connection to CIA drug trafficking and covert operations in a two-part series that was interrupted just prior to the attacks of September 11. AIG's stock has bounced back remarkably well since the attacks. To read that story, please go to http://www.fromthewilderness.com/free/ciadrugs/part_2.html. One wonders how much damning evidence is necessary to respond to what is now irrefutable proof that CIA knew about the attacks and did not stop them. Whatever our government is doing, whatever the CIA is doing, it is clearly NOT in the interests of the American people. http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/illegaltades.html
  4. Not be long now for the Dollar to end up being used for toilet roll. Hope the ink is dry.
  5. Gold has been around a lot longer than oil, its a bit easier to carry a gold coin in the pocket than carrying 4barrels of oil about it also costs more to extract gold and causes around 18 tons of waste for an oz, oils not much use when the engine breaks down and nobody will work on it unless you can pay them. "In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation. There is no safe store of value. If there were, the government would have to make its holding illegal, as was done in the case of gold. If everyone decided, for example, to convert all his bank deposits to silver or copper or any other good, and thereafter declined to accept checks as payment for goods, bank deposits would lose their purchasing power and government-created bank credit would be worthless as a claim on goods. The financial policy of the welfare state requires that there be no way for the owners of wealth to protect themselves. This is the shabby secret of the welfare statists' tirades against gold. Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the confiscation of wealth. Gold stands in the way of this insidious process. It stands as a protector of property rights. If one grasps this, one has no difficulty in understanding the statists' antagonism toward the gold standard". MORE ABOUT THE AUTHOR Alan Greenspan, Ph.D. Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System http://www.financialsense.com/metals/greenspan1966.html
  6. This video demonstrates how your arguments are coming across here. F**king best clip of a numty i have ever seen i swear that is my ex wife in disguise. Their is no talking to somebody like Cells i gather.
  7. Investing in gold: why the dollar must fall http://www.moneyweek.com/file/13641/the-be...-gold-bull.html The eventual resolution of the American current account deficit cannot be avoided. Its resolution is bound to include a dollar at much lower levels. Holders of dollars, such as central banks, particularly in oil-exporting countries (some of which are unfriendly to the US), and China and Japan, will seek to gradually diversify away from the US dollar. Part of that procedure will almost certainly be an increase in the percentage of gold held in their currency reserves. I reckon cells works in the back of a banks printing press and slags gold off, because he will lose his printing job if the SHTF.
  8. Angola Angola went through the worst inflation from 1991 to 1995. In early 1991, the highest denomination was 50,000 kwanzas. By 1994, it was 500,000 kwanzas. In the 1995 currency reform, 1 kwanza reajustado was exchanged for 1,000 kwanzas. The highest denomination in 1995 was 5,000,000 kwanzas reajustados. In the 1999 currency reform, 1 new kwanza was exchanged for 1,000,000 kwanzas reajustados. The overall impact of hyperinflation: 1 new kwanza = 1,000,000,000 pre 1991 kwanzas. Argentina Argentina went through steady inflation from 1975 to 1991. At the beginning of 1975, the highest denomination was 1,000 pesos. In late 1976, the highest denomination was 5,000 pesos. In early 1979, the highest denomination was 10,000 pesos. By the end of 1981, the highest denomination was 1,000,000 pesos. In the 1983 currency reform, 1 Peso Argentino was exchanged for 10,000 pesos. In the 1985 currency reform, 1 austral was exchanged for 1,000 pesos argentino. In the 1992 currency reform, 1 new peso was exchanged for 10,000 australes. The overall impact of hyperinflation: 1 new peso = 100,000,000,000 pre-1983 pesos. Austria Between 1921 and 1922, inflation in Austria reached 134%. Belarus Belarus went through steady inflation from 1994 to 2002. In 1993, the highest denominat B)ion was 5,000 rublei. By 1999, it was 5,000,000 rublei. In the 2000 currency reform, the ruble was replaced by the new ruble at an exchange rate of 1 new ruble = 1,000 old rublei. The highest denomination in 2002 was 50,000 rublei, equal to 50,000,000 pre-2000 rublei. Bolivia Bolivia went through the worst inflation between 1984 and 1986. Before 1984, the highest denomination was 1,000 pesos bolivianos. By 1985, the highest denomination was 10 Million pesos bolivianos. In the 1987 currency reform, peso boliviano was replaced by boliviano which was pegged to U. S. dollar. Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnia-Hezegovina went through its worst inflation in 1993. In 1992, the highest denomination was 1,000 dinara. By 1993, the highest denomination was 100,000,000 dinara. In the Republika Srpska, the highest denomination was 10,000 dinara in 1992 and 10,000,000,000 dinara in 1993. 50,000,000,000 dinara notes were also printed in 1993 but never issued. Brazil From 1986 to 1994, the base currency unit was shifted three times to adjust for inflation in the final years of the Brazilian military dictatorship era. A 1960s cruzeiro was, in 1994, worth less than one trillionth of a US cent, after adjusting for multiple devaluations and note changes. A new currency called real was adopted in 1994, and hyperinflation was eventually brought under control. Chile Beginning in 1971, during the presidency of Salvador Allende who had implemented many marxist or radical left programs. Chilean inflation began to rise and reached peaks of 1,200% in 1973. As a result of the hyperinflation, food became scarce and overpriced. The economic and social troubles culminated in the 1973 coup d'état that deposed the democratically-elected Allende and installed a military government led by Augusto Pinochet. Pinochet's free-market economic policy ended the inflation and except for an economic depression in 1981 the economy has fully recovered. China As the first user of fiat currency, China has had an early history of troubles caused by hyperinflation. The Yuan Dynasty printed huge amounts of fiat paper money to fund their wars, and the resulting hyperinflation, coupled with other factors, led to its demise at the hands of a revolution. The Republic of China went through the worst inflation 1948-49. In 1947, the highest denomination was 50,000 yuan. By mid-1948, the highest denomination was 180,000,000 yuan. The 1948 currency reform replaced the yuan by the gold yuan at an exchange rate of 1 gold yuan = 3,000,000 yuan. In less than 1 year, the highest denomination was 10,000,000 gold yuan. The highest denomination by a regional bank was 6,000,000,000 yuan issued by Sinkiang Provincial Bank in 1949 Free City of Danzig Danzig went through the worst inflation in 1923. In 1922, the highest denomination was 1,000 Mark. By 1923, the highest denomination was 10,000,000,000 Mark. Georgia Georgia went through the worst inflation in 1994. In 1993, the highest denomination was 100,000 coupons [kuponi]. By 1994, the highest denomination was 1,000,000 coupons. In the 1995 currency reform, a new currency lari was introduced with 1 lari exchanged for 1,000,000 coupons. Germany Germany went through the worst inflation in 1923. In 1922, the highest denomination was 50,000 Mark. By 1923, the highest denomination was 100,000,000,000,000 Mark. In December of 1923 the exchange rate from marks to US dollars was 4,000,000,000,000:1. During the worst times, one U.S. dollar was equal to 80 billion Mark. Greece Greece went through its worst inflation in 1944. In 1943, the highest denomination was 25,000 drachmai. By 1944, the highest denomination was 100,000,000,000,000 drachmai. In the 1944 currency reform, 1 new drachma was exchanged for 50,000,000,000 drachmai. Another currency reform in 1953 replaced the drachma at an exchange rate of 1 new drachma = 1,000 old drachma. The overall impact of hyperinflation: 1 (1953) drachma = 50,000,000,000,000 pre 1944 drachmai. The Greek inflation rate reached 8.5 billion percent. Hungary Hungary went through the worst inflation in modern history in 1945-46. Before 1945, the highest denomination was 1,000 pengő. By the end of 1945, it was 10,000,000 pengő. The highest denomination in mid-1946 was 100,000,000,000,000,000,000 pengő. Banknotes The rate of inflation was 4.19
  9. Throughout history people have accumulated precious metals to defend their wealth from destruction as every form of paper currency ever created has been devalued through inflation. This is the second reason to own gold : Gold is the only form of money which has maintained its purchasing power over a long period of time. The US dollar reached a cyclical low in April 1995, from which it has risen over 50% against the Yen and 30% against the Deutsche Mark . This means that German and Japanese investors who exchanged their national currency for gold in April 95 would now be showing a profit on their investment, despite a 21% decrease in the US dollar gold price over the same period. Maybe cells should start a topic about fiat money, and how useful paper money was, when Argentina was when it collapsed in 2001.The main cause of hyperinflation is a massive imbalance between the supply and demand of a certain currency or type of money, usually due to a complete loss of confidence in the currency similar to a bank run. First, the enactment of legal tender laws prevent discounting the value of paper money vis-a vis gold, silver or a hard currency, by forcing acceptance of a paper money which lacks intrinsic value. If the entity responsible for printing a currency then promotes excessive money printing, with other factors contributing a reinforcing effect, hyperinflation usually occurs. Often the body responsible for printing the currency cannot physically print paper currency faster than the rate at which it is devaluing, thus neutralising their attempts to stimulate the economy. Give me gold anyday.
  10. Hope your right Gold going to $1,000 soon,got 13 Maple leafs today much nicer than the ugly Kruggers. Let us know when the bank runs happen in the U.k,so i can get more before it goes skybound.
  11. You can but Gold coins from Bairds and co, here's their website,http://www.goldline.co.uk/goldlinedev/GC/Global/GLHomeFrame.ghtml They are a big company and accept cash in person are in the post,special delivery of course.and you receive your gold the next day,which you sign for. completely trustworthy and my friend has had no problems yet. But if you buy any gold over 5k at one transaction or 10k in the year,they by law have to inform the thiefs(government) Better to buy in person over the counter i suppose and leave no paper trail.
  12. Sorry i got a bad stutter and posted this twice. Nice to see somebody is awake, looks like another war or two will be starting soon,so the money men can lend to both sides and get their we piggy snouts in the trough now all the we piggys have run away from the trough squealing. Ah not a conspiracy theory. The Money Masters Watch this film on goggle the non believers and wake up.a real eye opener. :angry: http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=...h&plindex=0
  13. Nice to see somebody is awake, looks like another war or two will be starting soon,so the money men can lend to both sides and get their we piggy snouts in the trough now all the we piggys have run away from the trough squealing. Ah not a conspiracy theory. The Money Masters Watch this film on goggle the non believers and wake up.a real eye opener. :angry: http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=...h&plindex=0
  14. Well they can't get them if they don,t where they are as long as the guy didn't leave a paper trail.e.g swiss bank account. Here's a few nice quote from gold bulls ,maybe their nuts too. here's a few "All of the government's monetary, economic and political power, as well as its extensive propaganda machinery, will be enlisted in a constant battle to drive down the price of gold - but in the absence of any fundamental change in the nation's monetary, fiscal, and economic direction, simply regard any major retreat in the price of gold as an unexpected buying opportunity." Irwin A. Schiff "No other commodity enjoys as much universal acceptability and marketability as gold." Hans F. Sennholz "If you don't trust gold, do you trust the logic of taking a beautiful pine tree, worth about $4,000 - $5,000, cutting it up, turning it into pulp and then paper, putting some ink on it and then calling it one billion dollars?" Kenneth J. Gerbino here's the link http://www.investmentrarities.com/famousquotes.html
  15. Aug. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Gold and silver rose in New York as investors sought a haven from potential losses tied to the U.S. subprime-mortgage collapse. Not too many will slag gold now, $2000 - $5000 oz now that the CBs discount window is open and printing press personnel called back from vacations and the Worlds fiat is slushing about in the economy . This is one Gold coin i would love to jingle in my hands.
  16. Yep keep posting you are making sense,and you have no VI,with all this doom and gloom going on is it time to start withdrawing cash out of the banks,and pump it tp precious metals,are is it been too paranoid.
  17. I hear lots of helicopters in the air now.
  18. Gold is dumped by the CBs when the paper looks in trouble, which in turn makes the paper look stronger, i wouldn't panic as this always happens, they can only keep dumping so much gold until they run out of it. these people are more informed on this website. http://www.gata.org/about
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