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Well it would be a good way to properly sink the dollar and the US along with it. China realises it has to take a hit on it's dollar holdings sooner or later as the US is going down. It may well be ready to jump a sinking ship on its terms. It will lose big, but the US will lose bigger and far longer, leaving China to take the lead in the world. So it wouldn't surprise me if they've conspired to bust Comex wide open and expose the fraud behind keeping the dollar afloat.

Good on 'em, I've got mine, ready when you are China!

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Forgive my retardedness, but wtf is that article saying?

In doughnut terms, like I just came from the social as an apprentice like.

TFH

It's a bit melodramatic, isn't it?

But what I took from it is that more paper gold has been sold than actually exists physically, so there's aggro ahead..

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Forgive my retardedness, but wtf is that article saying?

In doughnut terms, like I just came from the social as an apprentice like.

TFH

+1

I don't think they mean assassins?

Mikey? What's your take on this? I've no clue what it's going on about.

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Well it would be a good way to properly sink the dollar and the US along with it. China realises it has to take a hit on it's dollar holdings sooner or later as the US is going down. It may well be ready to jump a sinking ship on its terms. It will lose big, but the US will lose bigger and far longer, leaving China to take the lead in the world. So it wouldn't surprise me if they've conspired to bust Comex wide open and expose the fraud behind keeping the dollar afloat.

Good on 'em, I've got mine, ready when you are China!

Would China not receive a good nuking if they pulled the plug on the US?

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Would China not receive a good nuking if they pulled the plug on the US?

No.

MAD

Mutually Assured Destruction.

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Given the Fed's gold reserves haven't been audited, basically ever, it wouldn't surprise me at all if there wasn't enough gold to back all the paper. If people could be trusted to only print as much paper as ther was gold to back it we'd still be on the gold standard.

Interesting to see if Chinas got the power and balls to call US hegemony's bluff. Wouldn't rule out the Chinese getting a very bloody nose though.

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Given the Fed's gold reserves haven't been audited, basically ever, it wouldn't surprise me at all if there wasn't enough gold to back all the paper. If people could be trusted to only print as much paper as ther was gold to back it we'd still be on the gold standard.

Interesting to see if Chinas got the power and balls to call US hegemony's bluff. Wouldn't rule out the Chinese getting a very bloody nose though.

Said this to my Uncle who was holding ETF Gold. But it's just bits of paper, they won't have the real stuff. They can't do that! Really?

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i got it... apparently that gold chart has been going up and down for quite some time, seemingly at random... and if you stand back far enough it forms a 'rising wedgie' (shaped like butt cheeks), from whence issues a Paradigm Sh!t

easy. i hope you like my TA!

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Would China not receive a good nuking if they pulled the plug on the US?

Firstly they're not dumping $2 trillion worth of US treasury's, which would look like a blatant attack on the dollar.

Secondly, as the article alludes, they've used hired assassin's, obviously proxy investors, who can't be directly linked to China and appear to be acting independently, I would guess. Also I'm sure there are many other commercial and political players involved in the plot, whether deliberately or by accident, who'd either like to see the US fraudsters properly f4cked or just secure delivery of their gold in a potentially rigged market.

Thirdly, as someone else pointed out, even if it's obviously Chinese work, MAD will prevent an attack.

However, I am very worried about the psychological state of those people controlling the United States, the one trump card they have left is overwhelming military power. So it wouldn't surprise me if they go all Hitler in an attempt to regain their status. My money is on them hitting Iran and taking it's oil. After all, the Zionists who pull the strings of US foreign policy are pressing for hard for an attack. It will suit both parties, just like invading Iraq did, oil for the US, continued oppressive regional hegemony for the Israeli's.

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Firstly they're not dumping $2 trillion worth of US treasury's, which would look like a blatant attack on the dollar.

Secondly, as the article alludes, they've used hired assassin's, obviously proxy investors, who can't be directly linked to China but appear to be acting independently, I would guess. Also I'm sure there are many other commercial and political players involved in the plot, whether deliberately or by accident, who'd either like to see the US fraudsters properly f4cked or just secure delivery of their gold in a potentially rigged market.

Thirdly, as some oneelse pointed out, even if it's obviously Chinese work, MAD will prevent an attack.

Fair enough. It would be carried out by stealth then.

However, I am very worried about the psychological state of those people controlling the United States, the one trump card they have left is overwhelming military power. So it wouldn't surprise me if they go all Hitler in an attempt to regain their status. My money is on them hitting Iran and taking it;s oil. After all, the Zionists who pull the strings of US foreign policy are pressing for hard for an attack. It will suit both parties, just like invading Iraq did, oil for the US, continued oppressive regional hegemony for the Israeli's.

It is a worry. The US will not concede global supremacy to China without a fight.

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Fair enough. It would be carried out by stealth then.

It is a worry. The US will not concede global supremacy to China without a fight.

You worry too much. Won't happen.

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Firstly they're not dumping $2 trillion worth of US treasury's, which would look like a blatant attack on the dollar.

Secondly, as the article alludes, they've used hired assassin's, obviously proxy investors, who can't be directly linked to China and appear to be acting independently, I would guess. Also I'm sure there are many other commercial and political players involved in the plot, whether deliberately or by accident, who'd either like to see the US fraudsters properly f4cked or just secure delivery of their gold in a potentially rigged market.

Thirdly, as someone else pointed out, even if it's obviously Chinese work, MAD will prevent an attack.

However, I am very worried about the psychological state of those people controlling the United States, the one trump card they have left is overwhelming military power. So it wouldn't surprise me if they go all Hitler in an attempt to regain their status. My money is on them hitting Iran and taking it's oil. After all, the Zionists who pull the strings of US foreign policy are pressing for hard for an attack. It will suit both parties, just like invading Iraq did, oil for the US, continued oppressive regional hegemony for the Israeli's.

This sounds like a B-movie plot from the 1950s, it even has Hitler! Maybe the Chinese are actually being duped by some Goldfinger android created by a mad Nazi scientist, who plans to buy up all the world's gold for some crazy alchemy experiment so he can bring Hitler back to life, only when he melts all the gold down and runs electric shocks through it all the energy blows a hole in the ozone layer and we are attacked by giant wasps from outer space.

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Given the Fed's gold reserves haven't been audited, basically ever, it wouldn't surprise me at all if there wasn't enough gold to back all the paper. If people could be trusted to only print as much paper as ther was gold to back it we'd still be on the gold standard.

Interesting to see if Chinas got the power and balls to call US hegemony's bluff. Wouldn't rule out the Chinese getting a very bloody nose though.

Apparently the Soviet Union was thought to hold a massive amount of gold that could be sold off at once to help create the world revolution. When the SU collapsed, the gold holdings weren't there. (1) They may have never been there; or (2) they may have stolen by the oligarchs & former KGB.

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Apparently the Soviet Union was thought to hold a massive amount of gold that could be sold off at once to help create the world revolution. When the SU collapsed, the gold holdings weren't there. (1) They may have never been there; or (2) they may have stolen by the oligarchs & former KGB.

How do you think they buy megayachts and football clubs?

it's not the borsh!

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Given the Fed's gold reserves haven't been audited, basically ever, it wouldn't surprise me at all if there wasn't enough gold to back all the paper. If people could be trusted to only print as much paper as ther was gold to back it we'd still be on the gold standard.

Pardon my ignorance, but I thought everyone knew the dollar is not really backed by gold. It was from Bretton Woods to 1971, but since 1971 even the dollar is pure fiat... is that not the case, hardly a secret?

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Pardon my ignorance, but I thought everyone knew the dollar is not really backed by gold. It was from Bretton Woods to 1971, but since 1971 even the dollar is pure fiat... is that not the case, hardly a secret?

We're not talking about whether the dollar is backed by gold but whether paper gold is backed by physical gold.

It appears that more paper gold has been sold than is physically available or, worse still, than even exists.

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We're not talking about whether the dollar is backed by gold but whether paper gold is backed by physical gold.

It appears that more paper gold has been sold than is physically available or, worse still, than even exists.

Sounds like the story about that german guy shorting VW shares and left with nothing but a gun at his head

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Pardon my ignorance, but I thought everyone knew the dollar is not really backed by gold. It was from Bretton Woods to 1971, but since 1971 even the dollar is pure fiat... is that not the case, hardly a secret?

do a survey and see how many people in the uk realise there is nothing of worth backing their money

methinks you will be surprised

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