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The CDC, NIH & Bill Gates Own the Patents On Existing Ebola & Related Vaccines: Mandatory Vaccinations Are Near

Posted by silverngold @ 23:44 on September 18, 2014  

http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2014/09/17/the-cdc-nih-bill-gates-own-the-patents-on-existing-ebola-related-vaccines-mandatory-vaccinations-are-near/

Eric Sprott: Get Your Money ‘Out of Banks and into Something Tangible’

Posted by silverngold @ 23:37 on September 18, 2014  
Eric Sprott: Get Your Money ‘Out of Banks and into Something Tangible’By Henry Bonner (hbonner@sprottglobal.com)In a recent call with Eric Sprott, founder of Sprott Inc., he said he was still buying physical gold -and planned to keep buying it for as long as he could. The gold shortage that he talked about in our May interview is still there, and economically, things aren’t getting better. “When people finally decide they want to buy gold, there probably won’t be any gold,” he explained.

Nice to catch up with you again Eric. Where are you putting your own money now?

Well, I’ve recently bought some gold and silver funds up here in Canada.

I probably have 70 or 80 percent of my portfolio in precious metals right now, and I believe that’s the right amount to have. Time will tell whether I’m right or not.

Sprott stands for precious metals in a great way – a large part of the value of our company depends on precious metals, and I’m totally committed to that.

Much as I find it unsettling what gold and silver prices do on a day-to-day basis, I am absolutely confident that precious metals will prove the right choice in the longer term.

The moves that you can see in the stocks are almost unimaginable in other assets. We’ve already had gold and silver stocks that have put on three-digit moves this year. It feels like more of these moves could be coming.

When you look at more recent economic data, do you believe it still supports the gold thesis?

Since before the crash of ’00, I have thought the banking system was susceptible to pressure. I didn’t want to have my money in a bank because I thought the banks could go broke very quickly.

Fast forward to 2008 — all the banks were essentially broke, as far as I could tell. The Fed came in to support the banking system, which they’ve now been doing for the past six years. And yet, there has been essentially no improvement in capital ratios at the banks and the risk of putting money there. In fact, you now lose money when you put it in the bank because of negative real interest rates – and you still take on the risks associated with the bank. To me, it’s just totally ludicrous to put yourself in that position when you realize how levered the banks are.

A lot of people would contend that ‘things aren’t that risky’ because we have this ‘wonderful economic recovery going on.’ I think that’s mostly bunk — there is no real recovery. We’ve spent trillions and trillions of dollars buying bonds and we’ve taken interest rates to zero, but we have very little to show for it. Certainly not any great recovery. I look at economic data like Caterpillar’s sales and McDonald’s sales which have been stagnant. Consumer confidence as reported by Gallup has been flat for 2 or 3 years.

90% of the US population hardly gets any wage growth and we have significant inflation. A great portion of that inflation comes from what we call ‘shrink-flation.’ You go to the store and buy a box of cereal, but your box has 20 percent less cereal than it used to have. The price may be the same, but the fact is that for the same value, your costs are up 20 percent. There’s also the price of beef, chicken, or pork or any kind of commodity that you want to talk about. They’ve all risen dramatically. The consumer is not better off; in fact, he’s way worse off today.

And I don’t even know if he has felt the true impact of the healthcare costs, with the rate increases from various states. They always seem to be double-digit increases. When your healthcare is already 20 percent of your expenses and you’ve got double-digit increases in your healthcare cost, that’s significant inflation. It’s your whole wage increase, if you have any.

Then you also have a big problem in America with student loans. You have these huge handouts that people regard as free money but ultimately results in a cost. It sustains an entire industry relating to education because the students keep taking on 50 or 100 billion a year in new student loans. But you borrow and eventually you have to pay off those debts. That’s why you hear all these stories about people who have to pay off these student debts but are in no position to pay them. This isn’t good for the economy.

Why do I talk so much about the economy? Because if the economy doesn’t turn around and we end up with either a slow economic contraction, or if a black swan comes along and makes that contraction faster, it weakens the assets of the banking system. If you have a 5 percent decline in your assets and you’re highly levered, it means you’ll get wiped out. A 5% decline in the stock market is not an unreasonable assumption. We have cracks in the housing market here — and not just in North America. You have all these subprime and auto loans that will come back to haunt us. Those loans are on the books of financial institutions.

There is a large list of potential black swans out there, whether it’s geopolitical stuff in the Ukraine, in China and Japan, or India and Pakistan. Some government could find that it can’t pay its bills and renege on its debts. There is also this whole Ebola thing in Africa. This disease is described as out-of-control. The prime minister of Liberia had to sack some of his ministers because they all left the country. If you were in Liberia, you would be leaving too. Many end up exporting the disease when they leave. If it starts showing up in Western countries, the implications for the economy could be hugely negative.

Going back to the original thesis, I was concerned in 2008 with people having their money in banks and was saying they should own gold and silver.

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After this news and all the other vaccine failures……

Posted by silverngold @ 23:12 on September 18, 2014  

……..I’m sure the entire world will just line up for their “free” mandatory Ebola vaccine.

Dozens of children feared dead after being injected with ‘tainted’ measles vaccine in Syria

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/11100478/Dozens-of-children-feared-dead-after-being-injected-with-tainted-measles-vaccine-in-Syria.html

Farmboy @ 9:09

Posted by amals @ 23:02 on September 18, 2014  

It’s your fault.  You put the idea in my head and I went back and got ahold of the original.  I just spent 45 minutes listening to it over and over.  One can forget for awhile just how good those boys were.  And Gregg, good God almighty, how he could sing.

protect and teach

Posted by ment17 @ 22:42 on September 18, 2014  

The Los Angeles Unified School District – the nation’s second largest school district covering 710 square miles and with more than 900,000 students – said it would remove three grenade launchers it had acquired because they “are not essential life-saving items within the scope, duties and mission” of the district’s police force.

But the district plans to keep the 60 M16s and a military vehicle – known as an MRAP – used in Iraq and Afghanistan that was built to withstand mine blasts.

buy gold

Posted by ment17 @ 22:17 on September 18, 2014  

Did gold really go down 4.00?   3.40

massive shorts keep the price down .. when will they make  a moon shot  .. not until they have squooze all the blood out of the turnip …

.. the large shorts have fragmented the market .. and have the dough to keep up the pressure

Should I be Short or Long Gold?

Posted by Ororeef @ 22:02 on September 18, 2014  

Gold Short VsLongIts a very simple Construct that tells you if you should be short or Long Gold ,right now the Shorts are still in trend ,but it looks like a turn is near,look at the Stochastic at the top.No guesswork the chart tells you ! Short or long ?

If your technically challanged ..if this chart is headed up short Gold ,if its headed down buy Gold..!

re 20:26 Chemical producer lobbies for increase of pesticide

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 21:58 on September 18, 2014  

Its looking like enforcement is getting softer after the 2008 meltdown. Enforcement waning, needs tax dollars. Budgetary restraints. A new need for freedom and prosperity in the USA for the next 30 years. We should be happy for the kids and grand kids.

When prosperity is obvious in 2045, that’s when things will gradually go down, higher taxes less freedom more alarmist neurotic emotional regulations etc. 🙂

Landmark fracking study finds no water pollution
part
The Department of Energy report, released Monday, was the first time an energy company allowed independent monitoring of a drilling site during the fracking process and for 18 months afterward. After those months of monitoring, researchers found that the chemical-laced fluids used to free gas stayed about 5,000 feet below drinking water supplies.
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/wireStory/landmark-fracking-study-finds-water-pollution-25539364

vote for freedom

Posted by ment17 @ 21:57 on September 18, 2014  

SO FAR:

 


NO 59%

 


YES 41%

Gee, I wonder

Posted by deer79 @ 21:53 on September 18, 2014  

What direction we’ll go in tomorrow. How did Bill Murray get out of his nightmare in Groundhog Day?

redneckokie1

Posted by ipso facto @ 21:53 on September 18, 2014  

I can’t wait … 😉

Did gold really go down 6.20?

Posted by Buygold @ 21:50 on September 18, 2014  

yep and it just never ends.

Looks like the same criminals run Shanghai too.

Ipso 20:22

Posted by redneckokie1 @ 21:45 on September 18, 2014  

That’s my old house. I downsized. Will post a photo in a few days of my new digs.

 

rno

goldielocks @ 17:03

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 21:27 on September 18, 2014  

My observation and view is….

Every time the activists cause a new “rule” or “law”, they create more and more gov’t employees that the tax payers have to pay. High pay and costly benefits, big pensions and free medical insurance.

I’ve noticed they never stop. They are never satisfied. They keep raising the bar. Its all anti business, anti freedom and costs taxpayers. They are playing right into hands of big Gov’t that wants to get bigger. More employees, more vendors etc. And more people to vote with their hands out.

When I was a kid, (’50-’60s) taxes were very low, everybody was happy, and prosperous. Meanwhile, everybody up here burned Coal for heating homes. If you drove into NYC and parked your car, you come out and find soot dust on the hood. So what? Nobody was dropping dead in the streets.

My grand parents lived in Brooklyn with all the coal burning. They lived into their ’90s. They had 8 kids with coal and lots of other so called pollution.

Ted Kaczynski was an extreme case of wanting people live the way he was. Lower living standards, and make us progress backwards like himself. We have the idiocy here of protecting these piping plovers. Can’t walk on the sand dunes. Sometimes its a salamander that needs protection. It simply all went too far, and its time to reverse.

Imo a small group of people should not get their way just because they break balls all the time. Think about prohibition. I heard it was 19 woman. The squeaky wheels need to be ignored.

Storm Clouds Gathering

Posted by Auandag @ 21:17 on September 18, 2014  

http://www.tfmetalsreport.com/blog/6136/storm-clouds-gathering

Farmboy….Cost of Honey

Posted by silverngold @ 20:26 on September 18, 2014  

This is most likely the reason prices have doubled.

Chemical producer lobbies for increase in allowed levels of pesticide linked to ‘Beemageddon’

 

 

Thanks a lot … cretins!

Posted by ipso facto @ 20:22 on September 18, 2014  

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PS RNO … this house is for sale. Jus sayin. :mrgreen:

augirl

Posted by aurum @ 20:19 on September 18, 2014  

When you have watched Russian Ark please let me know – I would be happy to talk about it.

aurum

Floridagold 18:47

Posted by Scruffy @ 20:16 on September 18, 2014  

Can someone, anyone, explain why it is so important to keep silver down?”

Silver is a key component in the manufacture of thousands of commercial products. All cell phones, computers, televisions, iPods, iPads, etc. Many household items like microwave ovens, air conditioners, refrigerators, automobiles, aircraft, etc etc, etc!  Silver has no universal replacement and is essential to a huge % of manufacturing today.

The large consumers of  silver can afford to keep lobbyists in DC and to contribute heavily to political campaigns of both parties.  The silver users group has been around for nearly 100 years and their sole purpose is to keep the price of silver as low as possible , via any means possible.

So the same filth that pound gold day after day use the identical tools to pound silver. Politicians and non-erected grubbermint employees, of course, are bought off also. Banksters could not give a hooter for the price of silver unless it influenced the price of gold, but their partners in crime (politicians)  want the price of silver down to keep the bribes, eh, ahhh, um “contributions” flowing.  Simple as that.

ment17 @ 19:01

Posted by ipso facto @ 20:06 on September 18, 2014  

LOL! 🙂

Your thoughts on the Metals market

Posted by commish @ 20:00 on September 18, 2014  

91d1132d63 I know nothing.

OK Floridagold

Posted by Buygold @ 19:51 on September 18, 2014  

I’ll buy that but what is the limit beyond where they can control it? $19, $20?

For some reason there is something about silver that it needs to be repeatedly crushed.4f33beea32

obumer selfee

Posted by ment17 @ 19:01 on September 18, 2014  

BARRACK OBAMA SELF PORTRAIT

these people are crazy

Posted by Floridagold @ 18:57 on September 18, 2014  

School districts load up on ‘free’ military equipment…

Grenade launchers…

M16 rifles…

Armored vehicles…

do WHAT ?

Posted by Floridagold @ 18:55 on September 18, 2014  

Montville, N.J. Plan Would Allow Searches Without Warrants For Underage Drinking

MONTVILLE, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A proposed ordinance in Montville, New Jersey could give police officers broad powers – including entering private property – if underage drinking is even suspected.

As CBS 2’s Christine Sloan reported, the proposal has some people questioning just how far police should be allowed to go.

Residents value their privacy in the upscale community of Montville in Morris County. But the proposed ordinance could change all of that.

Police officers under the ordinance could search homes with probable cause, and without a warrant, if they suspect underage drinking.

“I am not in favor of them just coming into the homes, because there – other people have said – there are children that do make mistakes on various occasions, and that’s more of a parent responsibility rather than a police responsibility,” said Anna Marie Cecire of Montville.

The proposal is so controversial that when it was heard in a local committee room, a vote was postponed until members could hear from the police chief.

But another aspect of the plan does appeal to residents. While teens caught drinking face criminal charges under state law, officers under the Montville proposal could choose to let underage drinkers face lesser penalties.

“They are kids, and kids make mistakes, and they need to understand the consequences, but I don’t think it needs to be on their college application or somehow affect them in the future,” said guidance counselor Debbie Meenan.

Despite that, some 17-year-olds in Montville said the proposed ordinance gives police too much discretion.

“I just feel that it’s not really their business to be going into people’s houses,” said high school senior Brendan Zevits. “If you want to do that, you need to get a warrant.”

“Just coming in our houses searching – eventually, it’s going to turn into hunches and all that, and once you base it on a hunch, then it’s all downhill from there,” said high school senior Stephen McManus.

The mayor, committee members and the police chief do not appear to want to talk about the proposal, Sloan reported. None of them returned CBS 2’s calls.

One town official said the ordinance, which also imposes fines of up to $350, is vague in some areas. For that reason, it will be heard again on Sept. 23.

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