We discuss those who live by the fraud, dying by the fraud as fraud is deployed to cover up fraud thus causing more fraud. In the second half, Max interviews precious metals expert, Ned Naylor-Leyland of QuilterCheviot.com about how the harmonisation of law across Europe has ironically driven the manipulation of the gold fix out into the open and how the rigged gold fix has meant that gold was not able to be classified as tier one capital.
Well, SD readers, we have gotten a mild price attack on the metals but nothing as severe as what I think is to come.
Notice, despite the commercials discarding large open interest contracts in both shorts and longs they even deepened their total open interest net short position and are very close to 200,000,000 net ounces short.
My calculations say they can crash silver price to $15 if that is their target.
Click here for more on the latest COT report warning the cartel may be preparing to attack silver:
£9.48 in 1973 would have the same spending power as £100 today. The rising cost of retail goods means someone who was a millionaire 40 years ago would need £10,553,000 today to enjoy the same spending power.
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“I think the new comics are shit. Underground? They should be underground. They should be under the fucking ground.” Read more here…
Obama is losing the race
His head must be floating in space
While Putin plans war
Obama yells “FORE”
This Puttnik is just a disgrace!
The Limerick King
We have been covering The Two-Bit Idiot’s accusations against two very prominent members of The Bitcoin Foundation, Jon Matonis and Peter Vessenes, both long time bitcoiners who have done a lot to help make bitcoin mainstream.
We covered his rants because we believed he had inside information of negligence by the accused. At the time….Read More >>>
Rather than attempt to reduce a very complex system to a cartoonish “explanation” of events, we would be better served by seeking out the geopolitical linchpins.
In trying to put the fast-moving events in Ukraine in perspective, we are equally prone to lose our way in simplistic reductions or obfuscating complexities. Many commentators reduce the many dynamics in play to a conventional binary conflict: Russia vs. the U.S. (Cold War redux), Russia vs. Europe, neo-fascist nationalists vs. leftists, western Ukraine vs. eastern Ukraine, etc.
While each of these binaries reflect one facet of the totality, claiming any binary is the key context guarantees a fatal blindness to all that is excluded by such reductionism.
On the other hand, the inability to discern key dynamics from background noise and sensationalism (World War III, coming to a screen near you!) triggers a free-fall into incoherence.
Rather than attempt to reduce a very complex system to a cartoonish “explanation” of events, we would be better served by seeking out the geopolitical linchpins that have proven key in every era and theater of operations. These include:
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