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6 months…wanka

Posted by ment17 @ 23:27 on August 23, 2014  

yep typed months …..when the  mind was saying weeks …..and 6 weeks is  5 weeks to many is a big 10-4

ment — no last order was not 6 months…

Posted by WANKA @ 22:41 on August 23, 2014  

was 6 weeks and thats 5 weeks too many!   we all had a few good years with tulving after retiring the local business but i’m very protective of family friends and past customers who became friends to let anything happen to anyone like some on tulvings bankrupcy list. one poor soul i read of plucked his life savings down for a gold order that never showed up to the tune of over 300k. damn shame one way or the other even if hanes tulving also went down with the ship it was piss poor business and unethical to the last drop and if he has tucked away a score then in my world its a hanging offence at high noon after an interview with vito boom boom jumbogots!  scream   🙂

wj

 

WANKA @ 18:08

Posted by ment17 @ 20:56 on August 23, 2014  

wow-ser   what a nice business on the side with the coins ..

your debth and business savey no know bounds … thanks for that look at the inside of your store .. and the uncoupling from tulving in time to mitigate any damage …..

glad you got that last order filled .(6 months ). those kind of experiences throw all kinds of red flags in any business deal..

I bought a few beans from tulving years back and the process was very good.

now I just scurry down to the local shop and trade on the barrel head ……. he gets his and I get mine ..

both here in seattle  and salt lake  a couple of nice dealers   that recognize me as I walk in the door ,,, so transactions go smooth .. I just sort of like the direct exchange .. these guys even will take my personal check .. and exchange that check for real …

thanks wanka for the trip back to memory lane ,, and the roaring 2008.. and 9’s

islandgold @ 19:13

Posted by silverngold @ 20:54 on August 23, 2014  

Chemtrails are a subject not too well liked here in the past but perhaps better accepted now that there can be no doubt that they exist. Good luck finding another island that does not have chemtrails. Wherever there is a human population there are chemtrails, wherever  you go in the world. Hawaii, Fiji, New Zealand, they are all the same. Constant chemtrails.

Now supposedly they are being sprayed for geoengineering purposes to prevent global warming, but if that is the case, why do they concentrate on spraying  over the populated areas around the world?? I’ve verified this over and over again traveling around Canada and the US. I can go for miles through the country with no chemtrails but approaching almost any city and they are being or have been  sprayed. So that puts a lie to the stated objective of chemtrails.

Around the globe it has been confirmed through sampling that all chemtrails contain (among other things) primarily Aluminum, Strontium, and Barium, and these three metals  tend to alkalize the soils so over time both flora and fauna are injured, weakened, and eventually killed. Also I believe chemtrails are responsible for the increase in the number and intensity of lightning strikes causing  forest fires in both the US and Canada since aluminum oxide is a strong conductor of electricity and free floating throughout the atmosphere wherever chemtrails have been sprayed.

In my opinion there is no beneficial reason for geoengineering (chemtrails) being sprayed on the worlds populations, but there are certainly many toxic and detrimental reasons for them being sprayed.

What has been seen cannot be unseen!!  Silverngold

Current Events

Posted by commish @ 20:46 on August 23, 2014  

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floridagold @10:29 – Wag The Dog

Posted by commish @ 20:08 on August 23, 2014  

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re: Chem Trails

Posted by islandgold @ 19:13 on August 23, 2014  

Hi Silverngold…

I live in Victoria BC …  we get chem trailed here very often at least 2-3 times a week…  I point that out to people…even when it is happening, they don’t know what to do with the information…  “Why would the government do that… they wouldn’t do that!!”  next subject…. Then in the paper the “scientists” here wonder why the oceans are acidifying and all the starfish are dying??  (Not to say that it’s all from chemtrails)… But those things are nasty and the people are asleep… and simply don’t want to or can’t… wake up… it takes work and responsibility…  I would say that the older generation… (my generation) is a write off when it comes to self awareness/consciousness…..   The only hope for the planet is with the younger generation to start questioning everything…  One last ‘rant’… if people can’t see through the BS around USA/Russia/ME….  they might as well keep on breathing in the chemtrails!!

Islandgold ….  (needs to find another island)!!

ment — one of the business hats i wore in the past here in kw

Posted by WANKA @ 18:08 on August 23, 2014  

was a coin store partner with a good friend who was an expert in treasure coin assaying. in 1998 we seen some writing on the wall pre-y2k and brought in a-mark as a contract supplier for bullion sales of which we were expanding to since the 22 year bear market was it seemed coming to a close. in 99 with y2k a non event and after beginning to buy as a bullion broker for not only our own ‘inventory’ but for family and friends and of course customers off the street looking at sub 300 as bargain basement then seeing the double bottom in 2001 we were very happy in our dealings with a-mark. that being said and laying this foundation we retired the coin shop in 2008. the shop had 18 display cases 8 double deck glass cases each side of the wall lengths of the shop each 6′ in length and 2 octigon cases in the center floor area at each end approx 1/4 distance from the end of the rectangluar display cases along the wall length with a sales person in the wall side of display and customer on the floor side of course. and one small rotator case just to the right of the front door too. there was a sitting area beyond the displays and on the far back wall two 7′ tall stand up safes for tray storage when the shop was closed at night etc. beyond the wall of safes a doorway led to a small workbench area and bathroom with a office off to another small room and a 5×5 old bank safe in there for special storage. that gives you a good discription of the business.
once we retired the coin shop as i said in 2008 i chose tulving for our and anyones dealer of choice so our gold group if you will started doing business with tulving and it was good business dealings right on up to 2012 when a few orders took way too long for delivery but thier lament was they were swamped bla bla bla and so sorry. into early 2013 a couple of orders again took too long and i came to the conclusion after talking to thier office manager [tulving was never available] that thier excuses became bullshit since i was a seasoned dealer and knew better. my speculation was that tulving from 2011 peak started screwing up his hedge book and it got away from him and he was feeding off the new orders and greasing the squeekest wheel…a sure sign of impending bankrupcy. the final order which was 6 weeks in the making and me raising holy hell on behalf of a friend once delivered it was exit stage left for our group of 17 and that was around april or may of 2013. i then did some research and found a fine dealer called texas metals i’ll give 5 stars to and there has been not one iota of a problem with 3 day delivery to anyone in our group on any order to this day. they know how to run a hedge book i’m sure. last but not least tulving did in march 2014 what i expected and declared bankrupcy since now there were i’m sure way too many squeeky wheels and they took over the mail room and depleted any and all resources.
this is one of the reasons i follow the tulving fiasco to see out of curiosity just what shakes out in the final analysis. did tulving ‘salt’ it away? its anyones guess but till the final accounting of phyzz and cash is done i’ll give him the benefit of the doubt and say he really f…ed up his hedge book royally and tried like hell to recover but went deeper into the rabbit hole until the bottom and bankrupcy. but ment time will tell. best of cheers and remember i toon1e    :mrgreen:

wj

WANKA @ 16:33 on

Posted by ment17 @ 17:37 on August 23, 2014  

Tulvig   thanks nice concise look at  what’s going on

tulvig probably has known about the problem  for some time before filing .. do you believe he stashed over the years a secret $$$$   as a contingency for this to happen  .. or did he just wake up one day and not have  his ducks in order…

he did have some  assets hanging around

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chem-trails Time Lapse Compilation

Posted by silverngold @ 17:23 on August 23, 2014  

Pretty revealing  5 minutes, and 90% of the people  never look up or even know about them, or just don’t care. Pretty pathetic apathy.

Hope the Marines don’t get deployed out.

Posted by commish @ 17:06 on August 23, 2014  

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The bastard.

mr goldbug here is an excellent site

Posted by WANKA @ 16:33 on August 23, 2014  

tracking the tulving fiasco if you don’t have it already. best wj

http://about.ag/tulving.htm

«I’m expecting the next crisis rather sooner than later»

Posted by Mr.GoldBug @ 16:22 on August 23, 2014  

Why are you so concerned with respect to today’s financial markets?
In 1998 Wall Street bailed out a hedge fund. But in 2008 the government bailed out Wall Street. This time it wasn’t a hedge fund that was in trouble, it was all the major banks. We all heard about «Too Big To Fail» – well, those banks that were too big to fail in 2008 are  even bigger today. They have a larger percentage of the total bank assets and far more derivatives. This is true around the world. The central banks are bigger, too. The whole system is bigger and more leveraged today than it was in 2008  which is setting us up for the next crisis.

 

full article here;

http://www.fuw.ch/article/im-expecting-the-next-crisis-rather-sooner-than-later/

Tulving Bankruptcy Hits Coin Shop Gold Buyers Too ➤ Silver & Gold Scams

Posted by Mr.GoldBug @ 16:20 on August 23, 2014  

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYKgxmxzR3U

attention

Posted by ment17 @ 15:25 on August 23, 2014  

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Posted by Auandag @ 15:23 on August 23, 2014  

To the good people of Switzerland:

You have been scammed and sold down the river. Your politicians and bankers, in a pathetic attempt to consolidate power and curry favor with the EU, have given away your independence and your historic sovereignty. You should be angry.

The initiative you have taken and the referendum you have planned are all well and good. I applaud you for taking these steps within the context of Swiss law and tradition. However, you must understand what is truly at stake and if you don’t take more powerful and forceful acts soon, the likelihood of you ever regaining your birthright as an independent, sovereign nation is slim.

The next steps you undertake must include these:

  • Demand an immediate and full, independent audit of the SNB gold reserves. This is your gold, not the SNB’s, and you should be allowed a full accounting.
  • All Swiss gold that is held domestically must be held in Swiss-owned bank vaults, not at the BIS.
  • Demand an immediate repatriation of all foreign-held gold. Do not accept excuses regarding “logistics”. Give the BoE and the BoC no more than 90 days to return your gold.
  • Immediately de-peg the Franc from the Euro and divest yourself of all accumulated Euro holdings. Ignore the Keynesian shills who would have you believe that a strong currency is bad for economic growth.
  • Use the process of divesting yourself of the Euro to accumulate and rebuild your gold reserves. Then, use these reserves to once again partially back your currency.

 

 

http://www.tfmetalsreport.com/blog/6065/swiss-gold-initiative

saturdays

Posted by ment17 @ 14:42 on August 23, 2014  

suck ..as well as sundays for market conditions …  even bo po is not saying any thing

and sinclair has hurt his hand .. so the only guidance for gold is to watch the drip drip drip

so what to make of charts  .. the operative word is whos charts  and whos TA

charts are a dime a dozen …with every one and his dog trying to defog the market … ring

BG, don’t have time to listen to yer 9:41 yet…

Posted by macroman3 @ 14:07 on August 23, 2014  

But I’m guessing I’m not the only Kook out there?

That was Kook, not NSA Spook.

Have a great day,  you only have two left. Muhahaha

Official says hackers hit up to 25,000 fed workers

Posted by Floridagold @ 13:56 on August 23, 2014  

(but-but-but we promise all your medical records are just as safe as HSD employees records)

 

Official says hackers hit up to 25,000 fed workers


By STEPHEN BRAUN

WASHINGTON (AP) — The internal records of as many as 25,000 Homeland Security Department employees were exposed during a recent computer break-in at a federal contractor that handles security clearances, an agency official said Friday.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss details of an incident that is under active federal criminal investigation, said the number of victims could be greater. The department was informing employees whose files were exposed in the hacking against contractor USIS and warning them to monitor their financial accounts.

Earlier this month, USIS acknowledged the break-in, saying its internal cybersecurity team had detected what appeared to be an intrusion with “all the markings of a state-sponsored attack.” Neither USIS nor government officials have speculated on theidentity of the foreigngovernment. A USIS spokeswoman reached Fridaydeclined to comment on the DHS notifications.

USIS, once known as U.S. Investigations Services, has been under fire in Congress in recent months for its performance in conducting background checks on National Security Agency systems analyst Edward Snowden and on Aaron Alexis, a military contractor employee who killed 12 people during shootings at the Navy Yard in Washington in September 2013.

Private contractors perform background checks on more than two-thirds of the 4.9 million government workers with security clearances, and USIS handles nearly half of that number. Many of those investigations are performed under contracts with the Office of Personnel Management, and the Homeland Security and Defense departments.

The Justice Department filed a civil complaint in January against USIS alleging that the firm defrauded the government by submitting at least 665,000 security clearance investigations that had not been properly completed and then tried to cover up its actions. USIS replied in a statement at the time that the allegations dealt with a small group of employees and that the company had appointed a new leadership team and enhanced oversight and was cooperating with the Justice probe.

It’s not immediately clear when the hacking took place, but DHS notified all its employees internally on Aug. 6.

At that point, DHS issued “stop-work orders” preventing further information flows to USIS until the agency was confident the company could safeguard its records. At the same time, OPM temporarily halted all USIS background check fieldwork “out of an abundance of caution,” spokeswoman Jackie Koszczuk said.

Officials would not say whether workers from other government agencies were at risk. DHS will provide workers affected by the intrusion with credit monitoring. The risk to as many as 25,000 DHS workers was first reported Friday by Reuters.

A cybersecurity expert, Rick Dakin, said the possibility that other federal departments could be affected depends on whether the DHS records were “segmented,” or walled off, from other federal agencies’ files inside USIS.

“The big question is what degree of segmentation was already in place so that other agencies weren’t equally compromised,” said Dakin, chief executive of Coalfire, a major Colorado-based IT audit and compliance firm.

In an announcement Friday, DHS warned that more than 1,000 U.S. retailers that their cash register computers could be infected with malicious software allowing hackers to steal customer financial data. Officials urged businesses of all sizes to scan their point-of-sale systems for software known as “Backoff.”

 

Truer words were never said!!

Posted by silverngold @ 12:07 on August 23, 2014  

But how in the HELL do you get them to SEE?????????? Frustrating once you yourself see!!

catseen

Buygold @ 9:41

Posted by Floridagold @ 10:29 on August 23, 2014  

there are so many –   WAG  THE  DOG !

Morning Oasis – you too Macroman

Posted by Buygold @ 9:41 on August 23, 2014  

False flag on the way?

good morning oasis…well i guess somebodys gata do it…..

Posted by WANKA @ 9:19 on August 23, 2014  

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