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Burkina Faso: 37 killed in attack on Canadian mining convoy

Posted by ipso facto @ 23:58 on November 6, 2019  

Thirty-seven civilians were killed and more than 60 wounded when gunmen ambushed a convoy transporting workers of Canadian gold miner Semafo in eastern Burkina Faso, regional authorities said on Wednesday.

The attack is the deadliest in recent years as the military struggles to contain violence that has overrun parts of Burkina Faso, located in West Africa. Semafo tightened security last year following armed incidents near two of its mines in the country.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/11/burkina-faso-37-killed-attack-canadian-mining-convoy-191106225055900.html

Any travelers out there

Posted by Aguila @ 21:51 on November 6, 2019  

I’m curious what the latest is regarding carrying bullion coins through customs into the states.  There seems to be some ambiguity in the law and a very divided opinion on the need to declare or not declare.  Have any newsletter writers commented on this lately?

GUSH

Posted by redneckokie1 @ 21:30 on November 6, 2019  

GUSH broke out and is now back testing support. I hope the breakout doesn’t turn into a fake out.

The grain markets seem to be faltering until a China announcement or a surprising government report.

Gold seems to be holding support here but it appears silver may become the new leader.

rno

Alex

Posted by goldielocks @ 20:58 on November 6, 2019  

Here it is, I’ll be working but sounds interesting. Being able to read something at least after is much faster for me.

Home

Looks like an outstanding lineup of over 20 speakers to challenge conventional ‘wisdom’

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 17:34 on November 6, 2019  

This Saturday and Sunday , Can attend online :climate , medicine , the Fed , G5 , Smartmeters , politics , etc.
Or go in person in Mesquite , NV .
Previews available https://
then , redpillexpo dot org .

( Tried to post the link , but the post went funky .)

Alex 1:47

Posted by goldielocks @ 14:58 on November 6, 2019  

Sorry missed that post. Glad to hear still traditional PA er still around.
I guess worse when you lived somewhere moved away come back and see the changes like your favorite restaurant gone. If things get sold sometime name stays the same but quality doesn’t if they bring in new people or management that cuts cost at the expense of the quality of the food.
You reminded my though lol my 7 yr old grandson is saving his pumpkin so the good witch can turn it into pumpkin pie. Lol Then I got a friends husband wanting shrimp sausage corn on the cob stew.
Us nurse too busy sometime so have her a bake with lemon spices put in foil bake a voila Less time than stew.
Good restaurants if they make homemade like these little out of the ways if that’s what is was need to learn not to change the ones making them.

Let’s fight against this bullshit! I would never live in China and it’s no surprise people want to move from there.

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:33 on November 6, 2019  

Under its social credit score system, China punishes people who criticize the government, as well as numerous other behaviors, including;

– Bad driving.
– Smoking on trains.
– Buying too many video games.
– Buying too much junk food.
– Buying too much alcohol.
– Calling a friend who has a low credit score .
– Having a friend online who has a low credit score.
– Posting “fake news” online.
– Visiting unauthorized websites.
– Walking your dog without a leash.
– Letting your dog bark too much.

https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/watch-chinese-social-credit-score-publicly-shames-bad-citizen-jaywalking

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 13:25 on November 6, 2019  

Cops is tax payers money and just raise taxes to pay for it, they don’t do that for SS. It’s not the small businesses that would go under unless tax incentives but the demos want to burn the candle a both ends.
It still won’t matter. There’s no excuse for these high cost. Even rich people don’t like getting ripped off. People shouldn’t have to chose between paying rent or food over these outrageous prices for visits tests and medicine.

People got caught up in that with Obama care. They had 6-10 thousand deductibles. That one free visit wasn’t enough when they needed tests or medicine they couldn’t afford. Raising the wages a few bucks isn’t going to make much of a difference cuz costs will go up.
Do you see what raising wages are saying?
They’re saying take from Peter to pay Paul. The actual worker doesn’t get it. Paul needs to have his cost controlled cuz he’s ripping people off.

goldielocks @ 12:25

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 12:45 on November 6, 2019  

What is MORE important than bringing costs down, is to get income and profits UP for the low end person and small business. Or a deflation will take hold, and THAT is what is trying to happen, and TPTB are fighting AGAINST that.

They are so stupid, and can’t bring themselves to do it, raise wages, because the situation went on so long they can’t now abruptly CHANGE the situation. They should have thought of this when they started UNDER REPORTING the inflation rate after 1971.

Telling us it was 2% when it was running 7.5%. So corporations stuck to 2% every few years. Not even every year. Soc. Sec. too. If you were a Suffolk county cop or Amityville cop tax absorber you got your 10% a year. They get between $175k and $200k for 2 square miles. They started under $10k in the ’70s.

Europe heads up.

Posted by goldielocks @ 12:28 on November 6, 2019  

What I see on the US front holding some right bank stocks might be stable with things to come. For now. Might help stocks.

ANSWER: The ONLY place for a European to have a bank account right now is the United States. The list of countries that will report on what you are doing (CRS= Common Reporting Standard) and what you have is as follows:
As of 2018, the signing nations to avoid are:
Albania, Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Australia, Austria, The Bahamas, Bahrain, Belize, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, China, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Dominica, Ghana, Grenada, Hong Kong (China), Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Marshall Islands, Macao (China), Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, Nauru, New Zealand, Pakistan, Panama, Qatar, Russia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Samoa, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sint Maarten, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, Vanuatu
You will notice that the United States and Thailand are two notable exceptions. Right now, they are the only places that are safe for a European. Scandinavia is not on the list, but Sweden has committed to join the CRS. There is a serious risk in Scandinavia.
Europeans MUST realize that Worldwide Income Tax is just around the corner. If you have substantial wealth, you may want to look at getting another citizenship. It is going to get much worse there in Europe between now and 2032. You will find the push to impose a wealth tax is fully underway. Switzerland already has an International Wealth Tax which is a levy on the total value of personal assets, including bank deposits, real estate, assets in insurance and pension plans, ownership of unincorporated businesses, financial securities, and personal trusts. You have to declare everything you own around the entire world. Then, because Switzerland is part of the CRS, they will share that with every other country. Typically, liabilities (primarily mortgages and other loans) are deducted from an individual’s wealth.

Europe Moving to Worldwide Income Tax & International Wealth Tax

Me Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 12:25 on November 6, 2019  

Can see the motive from bringing costs down when their preaching healthcare for all. Fixing things won’t bring votes and interfere with their nwo.

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 12:23 on November 6, 2019  

Trumps hope and change isn’t empty words like the carrear politicians.
Meanwhile the Demos side tracking basically blocking any progress while ignoring talks bringing drug cost down.

Mr.Copper @ 11:42

Posted by Captain Hook @ 12:14 on November 6, 2019  

He tried to float currency directly through the Treasury, cutting the bankers out of the picture, and they killed him for it.

I don’t think he was a rebel as much as he was naive and didn’t realize who he was playing with.

The devil won.

Cheers

Captain Hook @ 10:27

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 11:42 on November 6, 2019  

re your:

“They are on a suicide mission to keep the bubbles inflated at all costs…which is why they love Trump coincidentally (all his complaining about the Fed is Kabuki for idiots).”

Comment: Agreed. TPTB are desperate. The markets were topping off and falling all thru 2015. I think they recruited Trump, and unleashed him, to say anything he wants to give the people and the markets hope and change for the future. And it WORKED. So far.  This could be 2015 all over again.

I do not consider Trump an outsider. President Dwight Eisenhower warned the people when he left, and JFK warned everyone when he started. JFK I believe was a real rebel outsider by what he was saying and implying is his speech. No need for me to go over it.

BTG – Strong Results

Posted by Buygold @ 10:31 on November 6, 2019  

B2Gold Corp. Announces Strong Third Quarter and Year-to-Date 2019 Results and Declares its First Quarterly Dividend

10:53 pm ET November 5, 2019 (PR Newswire) Print
B2Gold Corp. (TSX: BTO, NYSE AMERICAN: BTG, NSX: B2G) (“B2Gold” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce its operational and financial results for the third quarter and first nine months of 2019. All dollar figures are in United States dollars unless otherwise indicated. B2Gold is also pleased to announce that, as part of the Company’s long-term strategy to maximize shareholder value, the board of directors of the Company (the “Board of Directors”) declared B2Gold’s first dividend of $0.01 per common share, and expects to declare future dividends quarterly at the same level, which on an annualized basis would amount to $0.04 per common share (see “B2Gold Declares First Dividend” section below).

On October 15, 2019, B2Gold and Calibre Mining Corp. (“Calibre”) completed the transaction for B2Gold to restructure its interests in, and for Calibre to acquire, El Limon and La Libertad mines (see “B2Gold and Calibre Join Forces in Nicaragua” section below). Accordingly, the Company has classified its El Limon and La Libertad mines as discontinued operations for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2019 and 2018 for financial reporting purposes.

Mr.Copper @ 10:12

Posted by Captain Hook @ 10:27 on November 6, 2019  

That might have been true at one time…but not anymore.

Another part of the algo programming is to use weakness in PM’s to spur buying of stocks.

So with stocks ten miles above the fundamentals and poised to crash if they stumble…they are not taking any chances by letting PM’s out of the bag voluntarily. It might happen at some point for some unseen reason now, but not yet. They are on a suicide mission to keep the bubbles inflated at all costs…which is why they love Trump coincidentally (all his complaining about the Fed is Kabuki for idiots).

If the SPX cash goes above 3125 there’s no telling where it can go if they can get the PM specs to puke up their futures / ETF positions again.

The fun never ends with these control freaks.

Cheers

Goldilocks 18:18 18:23 18:46

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 10:27 on November 6, 2019  

Do you REALLY care about Orangutans facing complete extinction within 10 years? or Indonesian Forest Fires? Or Garbage thrown in the ocean from ships or poor countries? Are you personally affected by anything other than the economy?

I myself was never effected negatively effected by bad weather, the climate, dirty air or dirty water. I generally do not believe what the media says. Everything said is somebody’s “ax to grind” “commercial” or “classified add” aka possibly impropaganda.

I only care about the economy and financial system, because I have been effected by it.

Captain Hook @ 8:26

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 10:12 on November 6, 2019  

Hi, re your part:

“unlike in 2011 when OI was at long term lows. The bankers didn’t have the interest to push back on in 2011, so prices went up. Physical demand was king.”

Call me crazy if you want, but I suspect that when the Bankers artificially or manage a higher Gold price, its because THEY want and need supply, for various reasons, and the high prices are NEEDED to bring IN, supply, not feed demand. For example innocent people or jewelers see high prices and start unloading their little scrap hoards of gold and jewelry for recycling.

Same thing with copper. High price throws a bone to producers, producers increase production, and dilute the price back down again.

Same thing with Oil.

Buygold @ 9:50

Posted by Captain Hook @ 10:01 on November 6, 2019  

That’s the fact Jack.

R640

Mainstream indicators don’t matter. The only thing that matters to the computers is consensus. They are programmed to punish the consensus among derivatives gamblers no matter what the fundamental / technical conditions. In stocks it’s the bears and in PM’s it’s the bulls. You just gotta follow the ratios in the derivatives / ETF’s / etc.

Again…that’s the fact Jack…proven year after year…yet only the bankers / rich seem to able to capitalize on it because of human nature.

Cheers

Aye Captain

Posted by Buygold @ 9:50 on November 6, 2019  

It certainly appears that the COT’s when they are overbought by the speculators, and heavily shorted by the criminal banks, is the single best reliable indicator available.

Even in the face of what is reported to be strong Central Bank gold buying including Germany, the paper markets dictate the price.

Just out=Investors. Intelligence=Bullz 57.1 Bearz 18.1

Posted by Richard640 @ 9:49 on November 6, 2019  

Fear and greed index=87 [extreme greed]

http://money.cnn.com/data/fear-and-greed/?iid=H_INV_QL

yeah…incredible as. it seems. to. me, maybe. we get a pullback. in. stocks…I. always. monitor. myelf…and. just before. the.  last 2 big.  drops in. stocks I.  just couldn’t.  imagine. any kind. of. downside…and that’s. how I. feel now…

syria? wtf?

Posted by treefrog @ 8:31 on November 6, 2019  

Buygold @ 7:27

Posted by Captain Hook @ 8:26 on November 6, 2019  

They don’t even need try. The idiot speculators / managed money who are too sophisticated to buy physical do the majority of the work for them. All the bankers need do is tip them over when PM’s get overbought and then it’s right back down again. Clearly $1500 and $18 are ‘no mas’ lines for the bankers now. The metals get over these thresholds and the bankers will sell unlimited futures contracts increasingly to keep prices suppressed.

Hence record open interest (OI) in futures contracts these days, unlike in 2011 when OI was at long term lows. The bankers didn’t have the interest to push back on in 2011, so prices went up. Physical demand was king.

That’s why until these idiots stop playing the leveraged paper PM’s are stuck.

So I don’t understand why everybody’s bullish out the kazoo.

They must be nuts.

Chuckle

I don’t understand this much. Did Trump get bullied into it by his deep state advisors? Are we going to steal Syrian oil? Let’s just get the F out!

Posted by ipso facto @ 8:18 on November 6, 2019  

Trump OKs wider Syria oil mission, raising legal questions

https://apnews.com/251062e322ab4bba99251fe59c90540a

So Uber lost over a billion bucks in the quarter. How long can they continue to do this? Something may be wrong with their business plan!

Posted by ipso facto @ 8:10 on November 6, 2019  
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