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SNG 9:58

Posted by goldielocks @ 12:20 on July 24, 2021  

That message has a lot of holes but no tone to check it out. No doubt the gov.s dirty and look at links to our Gov and Maryland to Wuhan.
I think people may throw things off track so try to check everything they say if you have the chance.
GSK I’m guessing merged don’t think they owned with Pfizer after the H1N1 scandal and adverse effects of their vaccines left suspicions and law suits in other countries. Just guessing.

How is a insurance company involved and not German?
You are a highly intelligent person but with so much suspicion it’s easy to get off track for anyone.

a Winterthur is a multinational insurance company. The original company named Winterthur was founded in Winterthur, Switzerland, in 1875. From 1997 to June 2006, Winterthur was a Credit Suisse (CS) subsidiary.

Federal Court Rules CDC’s COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium Is Unlawful

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:22 on July 24, 2021  

A federal court on Friday ruled that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) overstepped its authority by halting evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Cincinnati-based U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously agreed (pdf) with a lower court ruling that said the CDC engaged in federal overreach with the eviction moratorium, which the agency has consistently extended for months. Several weeks ago, the CDC announced it would allow the policy, which was passed into law by Congress, to expire at the end of July.

“It is not our job as judges to make legislative rules that favor one side or another,” the judges wrote. “But nor should it be the job of bureaucrats embedded in the executive branch. While landlords and tenants likely disagree on much, there is one thing both deserve: for their problems to be resolved by their elected representatives.”


“borrowed” from another site: THE SNAKES ARE COMING OUT……….. FWIW………DYODD

Posted by silverngold @ 9:58 on July 24, 2021  

The masks begin to fall off !

The Chinese biological laboratory in Wuhan

is owned by GlaxoSmithKline,  which (accidentally) owns Pfizer! (the one who makes the vaccine against the virus which (accidentally) started at the Wuhan Biological Lab and which was (accidentally) funded by Dr. Fauci who (accidentally) promotes the vaccine !

GlaxoSmithKline is (accidentally) managed by the finance division of Black Rock,

which (accidentally) manages the finances of the Open Foundation Company (Soros Foundation)

which (accidentally) manages the French AXA !

Soros (accidentally) owns the German company Winterthur


And they’ve been planning this for a l-o-o-o-o-g time.

If you want the longer version, go here: https://joyce-bowen.blog/2021/07/23/the-snakes-are-coming-out/

Should happen here as well. A line must be drawn somewhere.

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:42 on July 24, 2021  

French hospital goes on INDEFINITE strike to protest Covid-19 vaccination mandate


That failed bitch

Posted by Ororeef @ 9:41 on July 24, 2021  

of Alabama Governor… she failed to recognize what the successful country of Sweden did about covid ..She failed ,now she looks for someone to blame ..the naturaly unvaccinated citizens ..sure   blame them ..anybody but you.

typical feminist response when they fail….look for someone to blame..

Alex Valdor @ 22:49

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:04 on July 24, 2021  

Hey Alex it doesn’t sound you had much luck with your renters. That’d be enough to sour anyone on being a landlord.

These old mines and miners have a great history. I’m fascinated by that sort of thing. If you ever get that far south, Bodie CA is a fun place to visit. A good part of it is still intact.


Auandag @ 21:15 Maybe the message you got in your recurring dream was simply that if you want a treasure you have to work for it.

Posted by silverngold @ 1:25 on July 24, 2021  

That is a part of the world problem today. Everybody wants to take the easy way and get something for nothing, but there ain’t no free lunch. If you don’t have to work for something, IMO it’s not worth having.

Thanks for sourcing that article I posted. I hope a few more will wake up to what is happening while they can still do something about it.

IPSO – it shows me how long it takes to develop a working mine .

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 22:49 on July 23, 2021  

His pronunciation was GO-guh-MAH .
You posted another link recently to Macassa(sp?) Mine which I think is not far from Chaput Hughes/Swastika just outside KL . Swastika was the rail passenger station for KL . The cemetery is there and they used to have a big tent erected each winter to house the caskets of the deceased until the spring thaw . Later ‘steam Jennies’ were developed to use steam to thaw the ground to dig the graves . The frost line is about six feet down up there .
When I moved to Brussels in the 70’s I kept my home (hundreds of miles South of KL) and rented it out until after my return . Those were the days of cloth diapers and the final renter flushed a diaper into the line to the septic tank . The repair cost about ten months of rent because it occurred in winter and they had to thaw the ground to replace the pipe AND septic tank because of new codes .
I had to evict the tenant after increasing the rent by 10% the following year , which he referred to the rent control board which had mandated a cap of 5% per year for all rentals . I sold the place .

Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 22:48 on July 23, 2021  

Grand Canyon Gold


Mr. Copper – it all goes back to gold (and silver)

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 22:18 on July 23, 2021  

Greg Hunter (usawatchdog.com) just showed a graph today of the price of a can of tomato soup .
For many, many decades , a ‘silver’ dime paid for a can of soup , then from 1971 until now the price increases went exponential thanks to the Fed and fiat $$$ .
I was hired by that nuke supplier for a wing of it in Belgium in the mid-70’s as inflation was ramping up .
I rented a beautiful apartment looking down on a large park with lagoons . The government calculated the rate of inflation and my salary (paid 14 months a year , doubled in Dec. for Christmas and again in summer for vacation ) was indexed – every month I received an increase by the amount of the index . Great ! But so was my rent by the same index rate . Bummer !
Three years later I was transferred to the USA at a 30% reduction in salary – but lived better for less .
In the 60’s I lived in Switzerland , then France . At the time , I was getting 4 Swiss Francs per $ , then 4.3 French Francs per dollar . Two decades later (pre-Euro) I returned to France on business and got 8 French Francs per dollar . Today the Swiss Franc is worth more than a dollar ! A dollar buys about 0.9 SF , I think .

Alex Valdor @ 21:47

Posted by ipso facto @ 22:01 on July 23, 2021  

Is it a sign? Getting tingly?

“Gogama” Interesting name.

@Alex Valdor re It all worked fine until OPEC , and the oil crunch – then all hell broke loose

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 21:51 on July 23, 2021  

Thanks for the comeback info.  Re what comes first, chicken or egg, Oil crunch or removal of Gold standard.

There was a news blackout on that. The Dollar agreement was 1 bb Oil = 1 oz Silver, and 15 bbls Oil equal 1 oz Gold. So when the Gold backing was reneged, for too much printing 1934 to 1971,  everything priced is dollar went up.

So they were forced to raise interest rates, ’71 ’81, 6% to 21% nice lip stick on a Pig, to save the Dollar, to put a head wind on a dawning runaway inflation.

IPSO re: your 11:29

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 21:47 on July 23, 2021  

In reading about the Côté mine , I came across the name of the town – Gogama , and it triggered a memory of my uncle (Big John , who was a hard-rock miner in Kirkland Lake) telling me about a big gold strike at Gogama . That was about 70 years ago , and this is the first time I’ve heard or seen the name since .

Mr. Copper re: your 14h44 , and Uranium pricing

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 21:35 on July 23, 2021  

I worked most of my career for one of the major nuclear plant designers .
They sold a lot of reactors to utilities by promising to supply the Uranium fuel at a fixed cost for the life of the plant .
It all worked fine until OPEC , and the oil crunch – then all hell broke loose . The price of Uranium followed the price of oil .
If I had a penny for every dollar spent on legal fees to break those binding contracts I wouldn’t have any problem buying up a few futures contracts for gold and silver , then standing for delivery at some point in the future .

silverngold @ 18:57 on July 23, 2021

Posted by Auandag @ 21:15 on July 23, 2021  

Here is the article sourced in your post. In the comment section  after that article, there is a poster with the handle Triple 750, who is in fact Mike Yeadon, giving out lots of information. When I was a child, I had a recurring dream. In the dream I would climb into a hole under the front steps and find a treasure chest full of gold and silver coins. As I reached for them, poof, I would wake up, pizzed it was only a dream. Was this dream an omen of the future? Is this the chatisement many Seers mention where 2/3 of mankind will die and the living will envy the dead?



Copied from another site and source is not verified, but the information is very close to several others I have seen. FWIW & DYODD!!

Posted by silverngold @ 18:57 on July 23, 2021  



Posted by goldielocks @ 17:48 on July 23, 2021  

Yep now I remember I did post it. Sorry kinda too busy as usual.

I can’t remember if I posted this here or not.

Posted by goldielocks @ 17:37 on July 23, 2021  

Here’s the suit by the frontline doctors against the Dept of Health that was filed on the 19th. The ones the doctors were saying was coming esp now they want to force these vaccines in children.
They were threatening doctors for giving therapeutics like Hydroxy they were holding back that information from the public and threatening them as well as threatening them if they didn’t skew the numbers of death by putting Covid when they knew it wasn’t.
45 thousand dead from the vax in three days.


Greg Hunter USA Watchdog Weekly Wrap-up. IMO good rant that exposes much/many of the Covid lies as well as the liars’.

Posted by silverngold @ 16:08 on July 23, 2021  

Vax Attacks, Clapton Awakens, Red Hot Inflation

Dow closes above 35K for the first time

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:01 on July 23, 2021  

Oh joy

Mr. Copper

Posted by ipso facto @ 15:54 on July 23, 2021  

“Decades ago somebody predicted we better watch out for all the US Dollars overseas, they can come back and hit us in the face. With a ton of inflationary prices.”

This is a real problem! Who wants China buying up loads of US farmland? What happens when the Chinese are shipping the food to China and American people are hungry?

Handy Site Shows Percent On It

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:14 on July 23, 2021  

Click Commodities, it shows a list, and you get a chart.

AU https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/gold-price

AG https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/silver-price

Roaring Coal https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/coal-price

I’ll bet the leaders don’t like this one.

@ipso facto Agreed Physical Silver Held Down

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:44 on July 23, 2021  

I noticed that decades ago working with sheet metal. Stainless, aluminum, cold rolled steel, copper etc etc. I believe important commodities are “played with” to keep prices as low as possible, for the “greater good” like electric Utilities. Also public service etc. bus, train fares cheap and create expensive jobs too.

When Uranium was “free and natural” it was going doing great. Producers, investors etc. When I heard news, it was going on commodity markets??? I predicted prices would fall, and they DID!!! By a lot. Its ok for produces to barely make it, and ok for investors to lose or win a little are the game goes on.

Everything is very unnatural. But even so, over time, re natural inflation and trends, ($1800 gold anyway) they NEED to keep all producers in business somnewhere. Even if they have to add a tariff on Steel and Lumber, or move the dollar up or down.

Mr.Copper @ 13:25

Posted by Captain Hook @ 14:16 on July 23, 2021  

That means the top is close when they start talking that stupid. (ex. bitcon to a million when it was 60k)

Who could afford the taxes?

Much better value in physical silver.

Take a look.


@ipso facto Even $10-$15/oz above spot is cheap.

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:25 on July 23, 2021  

We bought a chicken cutlet parm hear the other day it was $14. I wonder how long they can keep this abnormal value economy going. I’m hearing $25-$40 million dollar houses?? That means land is alone is worth $24-$39 million. You can build a great structure for a lousy $1 million.

Maybe millions of wealthy foreign born from many nations are flooding into the USA (illegally) with massive amounts of counterfeit money. They take a vacation, buy a house cash, its not illegal, they don’t need a green card, they invest in businesses, go back and forth on vacations etc

Decades ago somebody predicted we better watch out for all the US Dollars overseas, they can come back and hit us in the face. With a ton of inflationary prices.

How much longer is the Dow Chart going to keep making tops?? I thought the triple top ended it. now its a quadruple top. Maybe the die hard gold bugs have started “moving in” and giving new ongoing support. Or the existing crowd keeps adding funds on drops. Lets not forget those employment plans that faithfully add “pay checks” every week.


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