It speaks

Stacy Summary: I present to you, Blythe Masters . . . lying through her gritted teeth about silver market manipulation.

Blythe is lying. Here’s why. Her hedging activity is 100 to 1000 X’s bigger than the entire physical market. That’s not a hedge, that’s manipulation. The commentator says nothing of course – she’s a useful idiot who nods her head like a bobble-head dog.

108 comments on “It speaks
  1. Flopot says:

    blithe – carefree and lighthearted; lacking or showing a lack of due concern

    blithely – adverb form…

    Blythely Lying
    Blythely Stealing
    Blythely pulling derivatives from her
    Ask her no questions she’ll keep
    Blythely Lying
    Blythely Stealing
    They are all Masters at it now.

  2. Al Kyder says:

    @ I_Cant_Believe_Its_Just_a_Dip

    I thought that too, she did look like Hilly (AKA the Rodent) the last evil queen in my deck of cards. Yulia Timenchenko and Benazi Bhutto are scratched off the list.

  3. Al Kyder says:

    Actulally come to think of it, Hilly Rodent Clinton is mire like Madeline (Its was worth it) Albright

  4. Bruce says:

    Nat | April 6, 2012 at 4:07 pm |
    Hang on…
    She said they don’t do these things because it would be wrong! Now Ive heard her say that, I’m convinced that JP Morgan are the good guys.
    I’m not going to hear another bad word about JPMorgan from people on this site again! You get me?


  5. I_Cant_Believe_Its_Just_a_Dip says:

    @F beard, lol, you’re a nice guy and have a good humour-hope you meet a nice devout church attending lass sometime soon (am not being sarcastic honestly).

    As Flopot alludes, for future generations there will be dictionary entries including plays on the usual suspect’s names. But they will not be remembered for kindness and generosity but will be curseful harsh sounding words symbolising ill repute.

  6. F. Beard says:



    When I can show up at a church with the right motives (not just to meet girls) then it will probably happen.

  7. Blythe says everything is all right. You guys she is full of it. Somebody is wrong or lying.

  8. Taken form Chris at the Weekly Telegram,

    I agree with this analysis, and here it is.

    April 5, 2012

    Recently Blythe Masters did an interview on CNBC but I think she exposed the game of ponzi musical chairs without even realizing it. Here is some of what she said in the interview and it may finially shine light into what is really going on in the commodity markets, especially silver.

    “When customers store their metal in our institution, they hedge it on a forward basis through JP Morgan, who in turn hedges itself through the commodity markets”

    And here lies the answer to the great silver manipulation. Blythe just told us what exactly is happening. Let me explain. First she says that customers store their metal in JP Morgan, and then those same customers hedge it. Why would someone own metal, yet then offset their position? Why own the metal in the first place? You want to know why? Because it is either the Federal Reserve or the US Government who is storing the metal, then that same entity is shorting the exact same amount in the paper market as to not move and disrupt the market. So the US government is buying physical silver and storing it at JP Morgan, then the US government is shorting that same amount in the paper market through JP Morgan. But then Blythe says JP Morgan in turn hedges itself through the commodity markets. Wait a second. If the entity who is storing physical is then hedging that physical position, what and why is JP Morgan then hedging? Answer: They are front running the Federal Reserve or the US Government at the US taxpayer expense. This is how Jamie Dimon gets $20 million dollar bonuses. So the bigger JP Morgans short position in silver gets, the larger the US Government or Federal Reserve’s physical long position really is.

    “We have no stake in whether prices rise or decline”

    Exactly. JP Morgan could care less what happens to silver. They are just the broker reaping huge fees off all of the trades and even bigger fees front running the large entity who is doing the hedging. It all makes perfect sense now. But then you might be asking, if the government is shorting all these paper silver contracts, who is on the other end of the trade? Well, it’s that same government because they own the offsetting physical asset. Then you may ask, “thats impossible, how do they accumulate all this silver for free?” Ah ha. It’s free for them, not for you. The government is printing up the money and buying it. The taxpayer is footing the bill through both inflation. This would also explain why the CFTC is not enforcing position limits on silver. If they did, this game would be over and exposed. This is just a transfer of wealth from the taxpayer to JP Morgan using either the Federal Reserve or the Treasury Department as the conduit.

    It was totally obvious that this interview was staged. Blythe was totally unfazed by the questions and didn’t even have to think of the answers. They were perfectly crafted by treasury department lawyers who advised her. CNBC is now an arm of the government. Everything Blythe actually said was perfectly correct. The only question that everyone should now be asking is not about the manipulation of silver, but who is JP Morgan’s biggest client of physical silver. I can guarantee you it is the US Government. A freedom of information request should be used by journalists to find out this client. But sadly, investigative journalists do not exist in the United States anymore. It’s up to bloggers to obtain an answer to who this client is and push this issue.

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