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Posted by commish @ 22:58 on March 23, 2016  

Maddog with the current leaders were all going to have problems

Posted by goldielocks @ 22:04 on March 23, 2016  

The PM in Canada news coming out here and there.he’s a socialist. News about his plans to allow them in there too and numbers vary.
In England who took poor family’s going on welfare and housing staples allowing these men to live like welfare kings having multi wives and 20 children each. They are enabling them to do this on tax payers dollar where in their country they wouldn’t be able to afford it. Apparently they don’t have to abide by that country’s laws. There should be some agreement they must have to sign when entering of following the laws and if they don’t it will be grounds for deportation.
They seem to cause so much problems as we can see in Europe, once they hit significant numbers with minority rights and claiming ignorance to their crimes which is a excuse but when if they are the majority there is no minority rights. They are not a peaceful religion if you look at what’s going on even in their country and even if they got rid of ISIS another group will pop up in its place.
Trumps idea is better to keep them there in a safe place.
To bring the fight to them instead of letting them being it to us. These leaders have shown their incompetence and total disregard for their countries Im order to overpopulated nations and bring them to third world status like herding cattle.
Obama is a embarrassment and again went and defended muslims while disrespecting the victims of these attacks and refuses to close the borders even now. As one foreign speaker said he wants to act like a celebrity going to baseball games instead of a leader. There’s your clown.

Hey Al can you explain this for me?

Posted by ipso facto @ 20:12 on March 23, 2016  

Sea level has been falling on the Atlantic seaboard for the past six years.


Posted by ipso facto @ 19:34 on March 23, 2016  

Teranga Gold Files Technical Report for Sabodala


Jaguar Mining expands land position; strategic mineral tenure staking increases concession block by 79% at Pilar Gold Mine, Brazil


Eldorado Reports 2015 Year-End and Fourth Quarter Financial and Operational Results


Alexco Reports Fourth Quarter and Year End 2015 Results


Lara Signs Option to Acquire Serrita Gold Project in Brazil


The Veneer of Justice in a Kingdom of Crime by John Titus

Posted by newtogold @ 19:29 on March 23, 2016  

Dept of Justice?

Klondex Generates 2015 Operating Cash Flow of $47.4 Million, Increases Cash Balance by 30%, and Targets 16% Increase in 2016 GEO Production

Posted by ipso facto @ 19:16 on March 23, 2016  



Posted by ipso facto @ 19:03 on March 23, 2016  

It was a treat seeing Scheuer interviewed. Maybe they think he’s still batting for the other team? 🙂

I think it’s time for us to drop Nato as well … and also get rid of a good portion of our foreign involvement. Why are we doing all that shi# anyways? To prop up the neocons wild dreams of world domination? Eff that!

Trump better watch his back.

Maddog, Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 17:11 on March 23, 2016  

Maddog – pretty horrible day and of course the scum sold everything pm into the close. I suspect this is just the beginning unfortunately. HUI 165 breaks and the T/A guys will be all over the short side. I doubt they did much covering at all..

Ipso – I’ve seen Scheuer interviewed several times and he is always right on the mark. Saw him today on CNBS too. Why on earth would the politicians allow a bunch of seriously pissed off people – and rightly so – into their countries? We need to abandon NATO IMHO. Trump might try but I have my doubts that he’d live through it.

A snip from Michael Scheuer’s website. Some good ideas there …

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:44 on March 23, 2016  

NATO: While this treaty may have made sense in the late 1940s, it ceased to do so after the Cuban Missile Crisis demonstrated that while a confrontation between the United States and the USSR might well commence looking like a conventional-arms event, it would inevitably and probably quite quickly become a nuclear war. As this reality dawned on the world, the rest of NATO began spending less on their military, more on social services and the EU nightmare then aborning, and depending on diplomacy and the Anglo-American nuclear deterrent to keep the peace.

The United States thus became Europe’s sole defender and was, in essence, enslaved by the willingness of U.S. leaders to go to war automatically if any other NATO country was attacked. This reality deprived the United States of its independence of action and its sovereignty in foreign affairs in that Congress’s constitutional responsibility to declare war was negated because an attack on a NATO member put America at war automatically. It also contributed — obviously and massively — to the growth of the U.S. president’s unilateral war-making power, starting him down the road to the tyrant he is today.



Posted by Maddog @ 16:44 on March 23, 2016  

As of now tks to Mad Merkel, we have @ 1 million new muzzies coming in, plus what is already here….I doubt it could be worse for u.

None of us need/want any more, as they just ain’t house trained and show damn all sign of ever being .


Posted by goldielocks @ 16:35 on March 23, 2016  

Under such a scheme, the US would be a vassal state and no doubt whoever was Boss would be appointed not elected.

Thats what they’re trying to do now. Appoint some insider. It would be worse than the EU if they opened the borders to South America. Worse than Greece, much much worse.

Anyone get the number of that bus? Sheesh

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:27 on March 23, 2016  

from bubblevision

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:27 on March 23, 2016  

Michael Scheuer, former CIA guy on there saying that it’s not the fault of the police or intelligence agencies in the US or Europe for these terrorist attacks … it’s the fault of the politicians for letting these people into the country.

Nice to see the truth leak out …

Be interesting to see if the Scum were able to cover anything

Posted by Maddog @ 16:06 on March 23, 2016  

I suspect they had to do all the selling or most of it.

But No buying on close worth talking about….just the Scum painting an awful close.

Me? I Think Gold Is Down Because Of Terrorist Attack

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:31 on March 23, 2016  

I suspect TPTB drove the dollar higher on purpose to help Europe.


Posted by Maddog @ 15:18 on March 23, 2016  

It’s also down because they are taking out all the Mch call buyers and the Commercials.aka the TBTF Banks are short as hell along with their gummy mates, so it has to be driven down in order for them to lighten up and let their gummy mates out.

The rig continues and no-one in so called authority touches them.

Gold is definitely down today because

Posted by eeos @ 13:16 on March 23, 2016  

They are managing people’s perceptions. Don’t want people making any correlations between safety and price

HUI has come back by around 5 points. That’s not chicken feed

Posted by ipso facto @ 12:47 on March 23, 2016  

drb2 @ 11:07

Posted by ipso facto @ 12:45 on March 23, 2016  

As long as we know who the real nutcases are! 🙂


Posted by Maddog @ 12:29 on March 23, 2016  

Yet, President Obama has continued the process and, after meeting with the leaders of Mexico and Canada in 2014, said plans for a “North American Transportation Plan” and a “North American Trusted Traveler Program” to facilitate travel and exchanges would go forward. The next North American Leaders’ Summit is scheduled for this fall.

That is exactly the kind of subterfuge used in creating the EU….and it does have sovereignty over all member States.

Under such a scheme, the US would be a vassal state and no doubt whoever was Boss would be appointed not elected.

Yes they’re afraid of Trump exposing their incompetence

Posted by goldielocks @ 11:55 on March 23, 2016  

Only Trump has brought out why we’re losing so much money by people who have no clue how to run a country or budget. At the same time they want to spy on every citizen and put up robo tickets at stop signs or invent taxes ” for the good of the people” when it really goes to government while they go around sacking the cities and then dipping into Social Security when they lost that too. The Government is19 Trillion in debt due to insane mismanagement of our budget be unequal trade that cost us multi billions a year to NATO a trillion a year while the rest of the world spend very little. Just charge it to American citizens. https://www.quora.com/Why-should-the-US-continue-to-supply-73-of-NATO-funds-Shouldnt-Germany-step-in-and-spend-more

Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 11:28 on March 23, 2016  

Just another dreary day…   But we’re in Wine Country!  That ought to make Wanka happy.  The club car is open for lunch.




The North American Union is still hiding behind closed doors.

Posted by goldielocks @ 11:16 on March 23, 2016  

As Rush Limbaugh notes, Donald Trump has indeed made illegal immigration into an issue of national debate. The liberal media and now, apparently, the chairman of the Republican Party, have objected to Trump’s comments about criminal aliens. In fact, what Trump has done is jeopardize a plan that goes way beyond mere amnesty for illegals, and which has been on the drawing board for more than a decade. Simply put, the plan is to submerge the sovereignty of the United States of America and politically integrate the U.S., Canada, and Mexico into a trilateral entity called the North American Union.

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) calls it a “North American Community,” as if the corrupt culture and government of Mexico can be made to mesh with democratic systems in the U.S. and Canada. It means open borders and more criminal aliens in the U.S.

Accuracy in Media attended a conference on the topic of North American economic and political integration in 2007 which included proposals for a North American Court of Justice (with the authority to overrule a decision of the U.S. Supreme Court), a North American Trade Tribunal, and a Charter of Fundamental Human Rights for North America, also dubbed the North American Social Charter.

The major media won’t report on this because major Republicans and Democrats are in on it. Much of the scheme was hatched under the Republican administration of George W. Bush, but it is now being carried forward by President Obama.

It turns out that Trump has only scratched the surface of a scandal that threatens American sovereignty and would make it easier for millions more Mexicans to come into the U.S. completely legally.

As he takes on the media in tough interviews and holds his ground, even turning the tables on shallow liberals like CNN’s Anderson Cooper and NBC’s Katy Tur, Trump has found one fellow candidate who is sympathetic. Republican Senator Ted Cruz of Texas said, “I think he’s terrific. I think he’s brash. I think he speaks the truth.”

But this is somewhat ironic since Cruz’s wife, Heidi, an investment banker, was a member of a Council on Foreign Relations Task Force, which in 2005 developed a plan for a “North American Community.” The recommendations of this panel included a multi-billion dollar North American Investment Fund to pull Mexico out of poverty, a North American Border Pass to facilitate travel between the countries, and expansion of “temporary worker programs.”

In 2011, when he was running for the Republican Senate nomination, Cruz had called the CFR “a pernicious nest of snakes” that is “working to undermine our sovereignty.”

In addition to serving as a member of the CFR, Mrs. Cruz, a graduate of Harvard Business School, served in the Bush White House under Dr. Condoleezza Rice as the Economic Director for the Western Hemisphere at the National Security Council, as the Director of the Latin America Office at the U.S. Treasury Department, and as Special Assistant to Ambassador Robert B. Zoellick, U.S. Trade Representative. Her CFR bio said, “Prior to government service, Ms. Cruz was an investment banker with J.P. Morgan in New York City.”

Today she is a managing director at the investment banking firm Goldman Sachs in Houston, but is reportedly on leave from the position while her husband runs for president.

Perhaps the key figure in the CFR task force was the late Robert Pastor, a former official of the Carter administration and director of the Center for North American Studies at American University. He wrote the book, Toward a North American Community.

President Clinton had nominated Pastor to be Ambassador to Panama after he had been instrumental in the giveaway of our Panama Canal under Jimmy Carter. But the late Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC), the then-powerful chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, prevented a vote on his nomination, on the ground that he was aiding radical forces and undermining U.S. interests in the region. Pastor, who had been an official of the Clinton-Gore campaign, withdrew his nomination.

Pastor tried to play down the idea that a North American Community would develop into anything resembling the European Union, which is regarded by many as a bureaucratic entity that can supersede the sovereignty of its member countries.

But the Bush administration was viewed as facilitating the process of creating a North American economic, social and political entity through a process called the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP).

The dangers were so great that the late Howard Phillips of the Conservative Caucus formed a “Coalition to Block the North American Union” in 2007, to highlight how a North American Union would run roughshod over U.S. constitutional processes and guarantees.

Yet, President Obama has continued the process and, after meeting with the leaders of Mexico and Canada in 2014, said plans for a “North American Transportation Plan” and a “North American Trusted Traveler Program” to facilitate travel and exchanges would go forward. The next North American Leaders’ Summit is scheduled for this fall.

The idea of an annual North American summit meeting was one of the recommendations of that 2005 CFR task force.

Jerry Corsi of WorldNetDaily has noted that the criticism of the CFR put Senator Cruz in an uncomfortable position, since his wife had been a member of the powerful group.

“I support the Task Force report and its recommendations aimed at building a safer and more prosperous North America,” Mrs. Cruz said in an additional statement in the CFR report. She also urged that economic investment in the region “be led and perpetuated by the private sector.”

At some point, if Senator Cruz is himself serious about his praise of Donald Trump’s tough stand and comments about illegal immigration, Mrs. Cruz may have to come forward to explain her involvement in the CFR panel’s controversial work.


@ Ipso – linked article

Posted by drb2 @ 11:07 on March 23, 2016  

thanks – that was an interesting article.

somewhat spoiled by this one remark, however

“the market in physical gold is tiny, and largely comprised of nutcases. 

Japan’s Sumitomo looking to buy gold mines

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:34 on March 23, 2016  

Sumitomo’s quest for more gold starts with Viscount Mining


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