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Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 20:52 on March 2, 2018  

Re: Evidently the agenda went too far. Did you hear Wilber Ross this AM? He said it was good to rebuild Europe and Japan after the war, but its still going on, they neglected to put a time limit on it. Now they are scrambling like crazy to build us back up zero to 60 in 5 seconds.

I truly feel sorry for most Americans. I read letters to the editor all the time. Zero intelligence, no incite, no common sense, nothing. They just repeat what they know or got from TPTB media.

That last paragraph sounds just like many career politicians. They’re probably getting stressed having to keep up payments on all the things they obtained getting paid to sell us out because that’s all they know.. cuz it never stopped. That’s why now. Trump has put a damper on their payouts. If he holds out for eight years maybe we’ll see them going bankrupt. Maybe they’ll have to sell off some of their loot. They Dems holding out for the midterms hoping they can get majority. Hope people are on their toes and get out and vote like they did during the Presidentsl elections or they’re gonna blow it for everyone.
Same goes in these other countries ” because” they got used to being on the dole. Now they expect it and worse in some cases, want it too for themselves.
Before Trump the only thing they knew was TPTB media for most part except independent media they don’t like.
FOR INSTANCE was watching Bloomberg this morning and heard one of the talking heads lying about Trump. It was about trade someone asked him a question about Teump and trade. He responded by saying he thinks he’s not sure what he’ll do. He made mention of the Daca then backed off. As we know it wasn’t Trump who backed off it was the Demos who backed off because they wouldn’t negotiate reform with it. Again they’re probably trying to hold on the next election but they never had any intention on helping them just use them for their platform. They could of Did it when Obama was in office. Anyways people watch that world wide and they’re lying to them.

President Ghani offers ‘unconditional’ peace talks to the Taliban

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:12 on March 2, 2018  

In a bid to break the log jam, Afghan President Ghani has reached out to Taliban for ‘unconditional talks’ to end years of fighting, but the insurgent group is holding back for now


Maya @ 15:31 re: TOR

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:39 on March 2, 2018  

Thanks Maya.

I guess my clandestine communications will have to go by the usual … pigeon. 🙂


Posted by Maddog @ 16:24 on March 2, 2018  

Yup all tks to the Rig……How much longer can it support the whole world.

March 2000 Stock Market PEAK!! 796 in June ’82 11,000 March ’00 1280%

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 16:16 on March 2, 2018  

Then it crashed for three years back to 8,000. That 11,000 Dow high in 2000 coincided with Gold’s low under $300/oz. Gold averaged 17% APY 2001 until 2013.

So now that recent 26,000 Dow may be coinciding with Golds recent low price. However better yet, Gold bottomed in late 2015, and Dow was at 18,000, and the Dow probably should have dropped right then, but momentum and the Trump effect put the Dow in the graveyard in the sky above 18,000. There was two years of resistance at 18,000

That Dow might drop for three years again.

Gold: https://www.mrci.com/pdf/gc.pdf

Dow:  https://www.mrci.com/pdf/dji.pdf

Maddog – HA!

Posted by Buygold @ 15:55 on March 2, 2018  

Didn’t ya know – trade wars are good for stocks!

Bad for the dollar, but bad for pm’s and pm shares too!

Just gotta laugh

Another day

Posted by Buygold @ 15:51 on March 2, 2018  

another comedy show for pm’s and shares

I guess after awhile ya just get numb to it.

Rig says what Trade war……S&P plus 11 pts and flying

Posted by Maddog @ 15:43 on March 2, 2018  

COT’s – Hot off the press

Posted by Buygold @ 15:37 on March 2, 2018  

Silver looks buyable, gold not so much


ipso facto @ 8:49 – TOR funded by USG agencies

Posted by Maya @ 15:31 on March 2, 2018  

Yeah, that does not surprise me.  I’ve heard ‘allegations’ before.  It is also known that the USG has set up ‘honeypot’ servers on the TOR network to attract and enable scanning of the traffic.

Some also think that the TOR network may be an advantageous ‘undercover’ way for some agencies to accomplish clandestine communications.

It’s not entirely secure, but it’s still better than the ‘open’ web.


Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:18 on March 2, 2018  

They say the most pure American car is the Ford. Few weeks ago for a goof I strolled thru a big Kia showroom. Each window sticker stated the percent amount of parts in the model.

The best American cars imo were all the 1950s cars. Thick high quality steel, simple good running motors, very durable and not prone to rust. many still in use in Cuba.

As the 1960s progressed, US cars had to be “cheapened up” trying to compete with imports. You know, the bad drives out the good. If an imported car is twice as good, its supposed to cost twice as much. Not the same or less.

Its too late now anyway. The country is totally polluted with alien made things. many years ago on Gold Eagle some CIA guy reported to me, and agreed with me, that he knew for sure, the agenda way back was to equalize the worlds wealth, and the USA was the fat cat. To be shared for the worlds greater good.

Evidently the agenda went too far. Did you hear Wilber Ross this AM? He said it was good to rebuild Europe and Japan after the war, but its still going on, they neglected to put a time limit on it. Now they are scrambling like crazy to build us back up zero to 60 in 5 seconds.

I truly feel sorry for most Americans. I read letters to the editor all the time. Zero intelligence, no incite, no common sense, nothing. They just repeat what they know or got from TPTB media.


Nope , not a peep , but that was then …

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 14:56 on March 2, 2018  



Posted by ipso facto @ 14:52 on March 2, 2018  

“Ochoa” I hadn’t heard a word of it?

I’m getting killed on Klondex too. I think they made about 3 bad moves in a row. Might be OK to buy now.

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 14:44 on March 2, 2018  

But your predictable.lol They just won’t tell you what car they drive.
Besides most American cars are no longer made in America and may have Mr Ford rolling over in his grave. We already had a discussion about that. But THEN before foreign made cars there were arguments on who made the best cars.

Ipso? was Mux’s Ochoa departure friendly

Posted by overton @ 14:44 on March 2, 2018  

I haven’t seen much about it just 1 post that it happened.  I figured he might be  left behind because of the $$$$ that went north for production instead of el galo silver.

I hope MAC isn’t going after Klondex ………I’m already -50% from summer entry into kldx


Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:24 on March 2, 2018  

Hey, nice to see you. Ya know what I was going to do to make people post? I was going bash all the people that drive imported cars, and helped ruin the US economy. After that? They sit down and start posting at me. 🙂

Morning Mr Copper

Posted by Maddog @ 14:18 on March 2, 2018  

Seems not too mny are in tdy.

Good Morning Tent Dwellers. Any room left in there for me? :) Nobody Home? Tent Empty

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 11:57 on March 2, 2018  

Posted on IKN

Posted by drb2 @ 11:53 on March 2, 2018  
KPMG reports on risks faced by top mining executives

Posted: 01 Mar 2018 06:38 AM PST

Original news release right here.


TORONTO, March 1, 2018 /CNW/ – Overbooking at quality lunch establishments is the top risk facing mining and metals companies this year, finds an annual survey of Canadian mining executives by KPMG in Canada.  As volatility re-emerges in reservations markets, shifting prices will be a key theme as mining industry participants from around the world gather in Toronto next week for the 86th annual Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada convention to get absolutely lathered.

The latest issue of Insights into Mining shows a relatively consistent risk landscape compared to previous years as Canadian and global mining businesses continue to navigate Michelin three star restaurants in a highly competitive industry. Booking risk and the average price for Dom Perignon returned to the Top 10 this year, while access to private rooms, AMEX rhodium cards, controlling bowels and trying to drive Ferraris while drunk, maintaining an antisocial right to talk loudly and managing walking instability also figure high on the list of top risks.

“Restaurant booking risk is once again the leading challenge facing mining executives as they consider the downside of the recent upswing in prices,” says Heather Cheeseman, GTA Mining Leader and Partner, Audit and Risk Consulting, KPMG in Canada. “With weed and crypto stocks making gains, the competition for the best tables at lunch is now fierce and PAs are under pressure to secure the best lunch spots without going on long waiting lists, else incur the wrath of the utter pieces of shit who pay their monthly salaries.”

Below are the Top 10 risks facing Canadian mining and metals companies in 2018:

1.       Restaurant lunch reservation risk

2.       AMEX rhodium availability (includes risk of embarrassment in using a mere Platinum or Black card in front of peers)

3.       Access to best tables

4.       Having to be pleasant to “the staff” else face discrimination lawsuits

5.       Dom Perignon price risk

6.       Private room availability

7.       PDAC hangover risk

8.       Ability to drive back to office without DUI arrest

9.       Controlling bowels

10.   Capital allocation of lunch on expense account without anyone noticing the line item

Each year, KPMG in Canada updates the market with critical insights into the risks, challenges and multi-year trends that are top of mind for Canadian miners. Learn more by accessing the Insights into Mining report.




Posted by ipso facto @ 11:51 on March 2, 2018  

What’s fair’s fair! Lets just hope it doesn’t escalate into some kind of Tit for Tat disaster.

IPSO-I agree with u about the NWO angle-it was fine for america to get kicked in the butt all those years

Posted by Richard640 @ 11:39 on March 2, 2018  

with tariffs imposed on our goods–but if we stand up and reciprocate, all the NWO vermin cry bloody murder.

Buygold @ 11:21

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:39 on March 2, 2018  

Days not over yet but I grokk on what yer sayin!

The PM action the past few days (weeks, months….)

Posted by drb2 @ 11:30 on March 2, 2018  

The PM action the past few days (weeks, months….) almost looks as if a parasite programmed a computer to keep a host alive.

Don’t let the host die.  Give glimpses of hope, but never allow full recovery.

All the while sucking life sustaining nourishment for the parasite.


Nah……it couldn’t be that simple…. could it?





Why am I not surprised? JNUG just turned red…down 4 cents…

Posted by Richard640 @ 11:29 on March 2, 2018  


As of 10:58AM EST. Market open.

Well Maddog, Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 11:21 on March 2, 2018  

Looks like we’re the only ones on the Oasis today paying attention. I’m losing interest in the same old for the day.

At least the DOW looks like it’s headed for a 500 pt down day. Damn shame pm’s can’t rally with the stink market down

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