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Wanka 18:20

Posted by goldielocks @ 23:02 on January 31, 2015  

My grandpa was over therein WW11 LT.Co and said there was a lot of snipers shooting at them in the Philippines so maybe there was some impression or anger of people killed their by family’s. These wernt strategic targets it was anything that moved. So he may have looked at it that way. I’m not defending what he said but likely due to the fact it is like getting shot in the back and not the same as a battle where their shooting back. War is war things will happen and people will come out with personal opinions. I haven’t seen the movie after watching Lone survivor which was quite upsetting.

Hey eeos, I think it was a post through you many years ago relating the demo of WTC7

Posted by macroman3 @ 22:58 on January 31, 2015  

I had thrown out a theory that the building was pre-wired for security purposes because of the top level alphabet soup that occupied it.

I surmised TPTB wouldn’t get anyone to work there if they knew they were sitting on a bomb (you know, all that trepidation over Oklahoma City).

As a side note, I came across an aerial view of the WTC complex and saw the destruction of WTC5 after 1+2 fell on it. Most of the bottom was apparent, unlike the pure professional demo of 7.  WTC7, was beyond and across the street from 5 that took the brunt of 1+2.

It baffles me that this wouldn’t be admitted to if TPTB wanted to quash the inside job theories and lies that spawned two expensive awful wars in the Mideast.

edit; Oh and those martial law, gun confiscating, warrantless search inconviences the (un)Patriot Act “fixed”

http://youtu.be/49_Bl23wnsc

silverngold @ 15:58 Let Silver Rip!

Posted by Maya @ 20:29 on January 31, 2015  

Wanka’s friend owns the Mt. Washington Cog Railway.  The picture is misleading, though.  It’s winter.  There is a weather station at the summit of Mt. Washington, and now it looks about like this:

Mount_Washington_chained_building

Never fear, though!  We will find a way to the silver summit.  The Swiss build cog rails to the tops of their mountains, too.  Parachute descent is an option, too!

folder_xing

http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=440349

 

WANKA @15:53 – As we get closer to the 2016 election

Posted by commish @ 19:53 on January 31, 2015  

images

Now Wanka

Posted by Buygold @ 19:03 on January 31, 2015  

Let’s not go giving Floridagold any credit for anything. His head might explode in a burst of arrogance. 🙂

OTOH, I know a big time T/A guru that has had his backside handed to him time and time again for the last year in the pm world. Do you know of whom I speak? Just askin’ 🙂

Maybe it’s our time now, but if it is, BoPo will never get any kudos from me my friend.

toon1k

Wanka 16:18

Posted by silverngold @ 16:45 on January 31, 2015  

Thanks Wanka. It’s just a matter of time. I don’t think that train will wait for any late comers. In fact, I think it has already left the station. Silverngold

Sorry Maya, but if this chart works out you will have to use a cogwheel train to pull silver’s next steep grade

Posted by silverngold @ 15:58 on January 31, 2015  

sg 1 silver

Silverngold

Wanka, Scruffy

Posted by Buygold @ 15:28 on January 31, 2015  

Wanka – seems our political system is predetermined as is our destiny

Scruffy – “If Bo is even close to being correct, it will be high five times all the way around.”

Yeah, BIG “IF” with BoPo

Hard to believe anyone has faith in T/A in these manipulated markets anymore.

Fron last night’s le Met

Posted by Scruffy @ 12:51 on January 31, 2015  

Silver must be terrifying to the cartel

With the CME’s outlandish 11% hike in silver margins (NOW? At $16.90?) we’re right back to 10-1 leverage, the bottom of the commodity heap.

Silver: The largest ongoing commercial short position bar none, combined with the lowest leverage bar none. They are terrified of a silver explosion, plain and simple.
JMc

The early range in gold was $1258 to $1268. For silver it was $16.70 to $17.04. Following a bout of margin call selling, both precious metals rebounded off their early lows to go right back up and register modest new highs for the day. Not bad at all.

Suddenly the FEAR TRADE disappeared, but what about the cumulative reasons which gave impetus to that trade? The only thing which has really changed is the air has been temporarily let out of the gold balloon. Upside momentum was crushed. The norm is for both gold and silver to take some time to regain their composure again. Then again, what is normal about these markets? Just about EVERYONE (to a man and to a woman) expected gold to correct from its $1300+ highs, and that is just what happened … and right on cue going into first notice day for the February contract.

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On a positive note, it would be most rare for the precious metals to do just what they did last year … and that is to start off with a fury to the upside, only to fall apart as the year went on. Worth a repeat: NO ONE is bullish in the mainstream investment community. They are in for a big surprise.

Make that two positive notes. The gold/silver share action, which was so poor most of last year, continues to impress. The HUI is up on the day, with no net losses for the past two trading sessions. If they remain a lead indicator, as they have been of late, this correction in the precious metals could be much more short-lived than usual.

Well what do you know! Make that 3 positives. Both gold and silver continued to make a series of new highs as the day wore on. Any dips were bought instead of all rallies getting sold, as mentioned earlier. Can’t stress enough how unusual that is following a debacle like we had on Thursday. What a pleasant surprise to take into the weekend.

Silver did sell off late relative to gold due late day margin call selling, exacerbated by the CME sticking it to the longs.

Spoke with Bo Polny on Wednesday and again this morning. He suggested to his followers to buy the precious metals on last night’s close … and that yesterday would be a down day. He was all smiles this morning and is looking for both precious metals to explode soon … with silver shooting for $50 in a couple of months. If Bo is even close to being correct, it will be high five times all the way around.

Something else stood out today, and that was the yield of the 10 yr T note made new lows for the move down, falling to 1.67%. Not long ago it was a big deal when that yield breached 2% on the downside. Talk about a serious lack of confidence for future U.S. economic growth.

 

don’t worry…

Posted by treefrog @ 12:43 on January 31, 2015  

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Worst Trade Deal Ever

Posted by commish @ 12:35 on January 31, 2015  

Now that Romney is out

Posted by Buygold @ 10:02 on January 31, 2015  

is there ANY doubt that Hitlary and Jeb Bush will be shoved down our throats?

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/31/us/mitt-romney-2016-presidential-election.html?_r=0

Good Listen

Posted by Auandag @ 22:32 on January 30, 2015  

http://www.tfmetalsreport.com/podcast/6571/a2a-chris-martenson-peakprosperitycom

Better than paper

Posted by ipso facto @ 21:49 on January 30, 2015  

Chinese now own 100 Bordeaux chateaux, as wine mania grows

By Henry Samuel, Paris

6:11PM GMT 30 Jan 2015

A hundred Bordeaux châteaux are now in Chinese hands, underlining the Asian giant’s seemingly unquenchable thirst for property in the legendary French wine-making region.

The Chinese, who are now the principal export market for Bordeaux wines, ahead of Britain, started buying up the region’s châteaux in 2010, both to acquire status symbols and to meet growing domestic demand for its vintages.

The symbolic 100 chateau mark was reached when Chinese packaging millionaire James Zhou acquired Château Renon in Tabanac on the right bank of the Garonne river, in the Cadillac Côtes de Bordeaux region.

The 18th century château, bought for an undisclosed sum, came with 20 acres of vineyards and more than five hectares of parkland and gardens.

Weeks earlier, Chen Miaolin, billionaire founder of New Century Tourism Group, a luxury hotel and property company, snapped up Château de Birot, an 85-acre property with an 18th century mansion and around 60 acres of vines.

more http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/france/11380807/Chinese-now-own-100-Bordeaux-chateaux-as-wine-mania-grows.html

I wonder why the left wants gun control??

Posted by Auandag @ 21:21 on January 30, 2015  

Auandag

Posted by goldielocks @ 20:44 on January 30, 2015  

I would be interested to hear what the people there want and really not understanding why they are arent doing this diplomatically instead of shelling cities. It makes no sense to me after they  fought for their freedom of a dictator and now are in a civil war.

Ororeef

Posted by goldielocks @ 19:53 on January 30, 2015  

Well maybe M&M better not show up at his door then. One of MrCoppers sissified crybabies.  Cops are sissified now too their not like the ones of past that’s for sure. Their idea of being a hero is shooting a unarmed person or dog, such a joke, maybe M&M should focus on that instead.

It’s Good to Know History

Posted by commish @ 19:26 on January 30, 2015  

This is a comment from USA watvhdog-Warning Graphic

Posted by Auandag @ 19:26 on January 30, 2015  
Mike Miller 01/30/2015  •

I’ve just heard from a friend in eastern Ukraine ( he is in his mid-30s with a wife and young daughter) who told me they are heading to Hungary as things are getting progressively worse. There is now a big push on by the US backed Ukrainian government to force the males into the army and they know what lies ahead for them if they go.

Everyone knows the US was behind the toppling of Viktor Yanukovych which has led to the crisis we now see in Ukraine. I for one am thoroughly disgusted by what the US has done throughout the world and the pain and suffering it has caused to millions of innocents that did nothing to deserve what they got. Vietnam should have proven the point that countries like the US need to stay out of the affairs of other countries and let them settle matters on their own.

Instead, the greedy, capitalistic war mongers that run this country have expanded their reign of terror while the dumbed down masses sit idly with their heads in the sand like none of this is their problem. Truth of the matter, as an American, you are either part of the problem or part of the solution and I don’t see any solutions.

I am providing a video link of how well it went for the Ukrainian forces that tried to over run Donetsk airport for those of you that can stomach a little reality. Watch it as it could be a coming attraction of what’s going to happen to the US and its cronies when they end up having to fight someone capable of fighting back.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?x-yt-ts=1422503916&v=3TZ9Q18HKlQ&x-yt-cl=85027636

guacamole nation

Posted by treefrog @ 19:23 on January 30, 2015  

-1

avocado flowers blooming in the darkness

also, naranjilla.  this badass plant has thorns on the leaves!

-2

wanka,

Posted by treefrog @ 19:15 on January 30, 2015  

got it, t.f.

 

interesting selection.  plain-jane cheap wooden stock ak’s were significantly absent from a gun show i went to last sunday.

@Ororeef re These Anti American Trouble Maker Micheal Moore Types

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 19:11 on January 30, 2015  

They are SOOOO lucky they are US citizens. If they lived in say Mexico?? They would be pushing up daisy’s. In Mexico they don’t fool around. I’ve seen many news stories in the past. They kill anybody in high places that annoys them.

I heard from my friend from Chile. In Chile it’s a little different. The Trouble maker just disappears over night, like Jimmy Hoffa. Watch out for the Italians too. They invented the vendetta.

Clint Should get “The Medal of Freedom”

Posted by Ororeef @ 19:03 on January 30, 2015  

Clint threatened to kill me, claims Michael Moore: Documentary maker says American Sniper director said he would shoot him if he appeared at his door with a camera

Michael Moore released a statement about the death threat this week
Moore said Clint Eastwood made the comments ’10 years ago this week’
He spoke out having earlier criticized Eastwood’s movie American Sniper

Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 18:54 on January 30, 2015  

Another ugly COT Report, sure would be nice to see one of Bill Murphy of GATA ‘s “commercial signal failures” for a change.

Must say, other than EGO, todays’ action was quite a nice surprise in pm’s.

Something is going to give soon. The bond market is screaming that trouble is on the horizon.

Tell Oblabla

Posted by Ororeef @ 18:54 on January 30, 2015  

to go PEE on an electric fence !Give him something to remember me by…

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