Declassified State Dept Data Highlights Global High-Level Arrangement To "Remain Masters Of Gold" By "The Reshuffle Club"

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Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:21 | 79547 brandy night rocks
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NEWS FLASH

 

GOVERNMENTS AND FINANCIAL SYSTEMS MANIPULATE CURRENCY VALUES (INCLUDING GOLD)

 

film at 11

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 12:07 | 79617 Anonymous
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We told Gekko to get out of his gold positions now he's going to get creamed.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:25 | 79553 pigpen
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Grayson going to town on the FED lawyer. Leads off with a bodyblow and then uppercut.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:26 | 79554 lsbumblebee
Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:28 | 79557 Anonymous
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I like it. A conspiracy to ruin gold bugs! Next thing you'll tell me is that the inflation data is fictitious, or that Saddam was taken out because he started asking for payment of oil in Euro's.

So what is the implication since price controls never work? Buy every dip in the yellow metal? Buy long dated out of the money call options?

Inquiring minds want to know.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:28 | 79559 pigpen
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I love Grayson.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:55 | 79603 Hephasteus
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God me too. I got a total mancrush on him. LOL

He just HAMMERED that Fed lawyer into the chair. When you got Ron Paul as the good cop and Grayson as the bad cop. You're going to get screwed.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:32 | 79566 Anonymous
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How do they get the leaders of the resource nations to go along with this plan at the detriment to their citizens? ....oohhh thats what those secret numbered bank accounts in Switzerland and other banking zones are used for...

I guess free market means free to manipulate for the banking cartel?

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:32 | 79568 D.O.D.
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anyone have a link to the debate yet?

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:32 | 79569 3greenlights
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Amazing. And today the same theme repeats. From http://newsfrom1930.blogspot.com/

The "whalers" are GS but I need help on who the "sharks" might be...

Experts debating whether “killer sharks” of Twofold Bay, New South Wales are using reason. Sharks drive whales into the bay, where whalers eventually harpoon them and reward sharks with “choice morsels ... such as liver”; sharks keep guarding mouth of the bay so whales can't escape.

 

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:34 | 79571 Anonymous
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Alan Grayson is Tyler Durden

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 13:55 | 79774 aldousd
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I thought he was Joe Saluzzi

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:35 | 79572 docj
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Heh - "TELEGRAM".  Love that!

I'm old enough to have even seen one.  Once.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 12:01 | 79610 Anonymous
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My mon's mom's sister worked for the railroad as a telegraph operator. She knew morse code real well. Then she worked for Bell after they bought the operator routes from the railroads. When she got older she would walk around the house all day going "beep, beeeep, beep, beep". She didn't want to lose her morse code skills.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:37 | 79574 Stuart
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It's no longer a credible debate whether central banks actively effort to manipulate the gold market.  Those who continue to push the debate are either complicit or willfully blind.  

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:38 | 79576 glenlloyd
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"If you sit by the river bank long enough you'll see the bodies of your enemies float by," (mentalist)

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:44 | 79583 Cognitive Dissonance
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This is the biggest secret everyone knows about and no one acknowledges or discusses, except behind closed doors.

The only reason they got away with it this long was because the (corporately owned) mainstream media had a (shall we say) gentleman's agreement to not only never discuss it publicly but to mock and ridicule anyone who dared to do so.

How many times do/did we read a story along the lines of "Silly tin foil hat wearing conspiracy theorists"? Rather than look at facts, the press always engages in ad hominid attacks.

Repeat after me. We do not have an free and open press. We do not have a free and open press...............

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 12:29 | 79647 Anonymous
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yes....i have mentioned here the london gold pool
from the 1960s many times so this is no news
flash....

however much there may be a gentleman's agreement
it is an agreement cultivated and enforced
by the cia who report to the rockefeller /
rothschild cabal....the cia controls every
news outlet in amerika....and their paid for
whore newsfakers are only too happy to give you
orwellian news

the technqiue of ridicule works so well with
weak, low rent iq minds...

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 15:00 | 79845 Cognitive Dissonance
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There are many moving parts to the machine, including our own intelligence services. The key is the "pile on" where everyone on cue brings the sledge hammer down on anyone breaking the silence.

I have spent hundreds and hundreds of hours researching this subject and most so called "conspiracy theories" are anything but. In fact, the "official" story is usually the actual conspiracy theory and almost always devoid of supporting facts.

But if the "official" story is pushed as the truth on Tee Vee it must be true, right?

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 16:05 | 79916 Anonymous
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it's like goerring said - tell as preposterous
a lie as possible often enough and it will be
readily accepted by the masses....

with our government it's all lies all the time...
a 24 hour fraud machine....

even the crook lbj spoke contemptuously of that
crock that came out of the warren commission...

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:40 | 79584 Anonymous
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We saw how well that government conspiracy worked by August 1971 when Nixon closed the gold window.

The Rothschilds who set the gold price for over 200 years pulled out of the gold pool in 2004 if that is any indicator of coming attractions.

We continue to maintain most people do not understand M-3 deflation dwarfs Monetary Base, M-1 and M-2 inflation.

The key is the colorful Exter inverted pyramid: fractional reserve banking leverage cuts both ways...

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/Favorites.CServlet?obj=ID3251493

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:43 | 79588 RagnarDanneskjold
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Which way did they manipulate gold? It rocketed for more than a decade after that memo.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 12:36 | 79656 Anonymous
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they always attempt to manipulate gold down....
never never never do they want it to rise in
price in tandem with their monetary inflation
because gold is a true store of wealth because
it cannot be printed at will as can paper...

gold is an alternative to government bonds...
if people were to prefer gold to paper then
government paper would become more expensive....
and interest rates would rise...

low interest rates allow the oligarchs to rape
the sheeple whose money they steal for various
criminal enterprises....and the sheeple baaahhh...

the gold cartel lost control of gold for the
1970s but got a hold of it again in 1980...right
now they are struggling....someone just dumped
a lot of gold shorts over the past day causing
a decline in gold...but this too shall pass...

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 20:03 | 80137 TumblingDice
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Very good summary of the cartel's objectives. I must take issue with your assertion that they lost control at any point. It sure doesn't seem that way to me. Sure price skyrocketed, but it seems to me it as more of an attempt to show that gold is as bubble prone as any other asset and that it isn't prudent to hold on to it due to its high volatility.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 19:07 | 80101 Hephasteus
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What would it have done if it hadn't been manipulated?

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:43 | 79589 Anonymous
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Speaking of SDRs, it looks like the fed doubled the amt on their balance sheet last week.

http://metaphynance.blogspot.com/2009/09/fed-adds-3-bil-in-sdrs-to-balan...

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:50 | 79597 Anonymous
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Do the Harlem Shuffle, like a Ruling Stone, from the U.N.-American Security Council President Mahdi Antichrist.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuQq5Nreox0

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:50 | 79599 Sancho Ponzi
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OT: Insane quote of the day compliments of Bloomberg and Andrew Williams, Treasury Spokesperson

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=a3mpIdYuoB0M


"The U.S. has lent, spent or guaranteed $11.6 trillion to bolster banks and fight the longest recession in 70 years, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

That’s a 9.4 percent decline since March 31, when Bloomberg last calculated the total at $12.8 trillion."

"The tally “ignores the fact that virtually all commitments are backed by assets,”Andrew S. Williams, a Treasury Department spokesman who had the same role at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York until earlier this year, said in an e- mail. “The Federal Reserve’s current ‘outlays’ are largely in the form of secured loans. The aggregate value of the collateral backing those loans exceeds the loan value. These are not ‘outlays.’”

Good luck with those assets, Ben and Andrew.

 

 

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 13:41 | 79750 Rusty_Shackleford
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He also went on to say:

"Yes, and by "secured" we mean that they are secured because we SAY they are secured,... because the Fed governeors have decided they are most likely probably secure,... as far as they can tell."

"Why look just here, this trillion is backed by a "perpetual motion machine" and this trillion over here is backed by "one hundred magic beans".  That's only $10 billion per bean.  We can't lose."

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 18:28 | 80067 Anonymous
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Sancho.....I got a chuckle out of the aggregate value of collateral statement too. Conveniently, it doesn't mention value AT THE PRESENT TIME OR ANY FUTURE TIME.

That good old mark-to-market magic works for the Fed's secured loan " collateral " statement REAL GOOD !! Until, of course, it comes time to dump all that dogshit into the marketplace....when there is a marketplace.....perhaps in 2019 at 65% .

By then, this whole Treasury/Fed crowd will be long gone running their own banks in Tora Bora.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 20:06 | 80139 TumblingDice
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We can't let these criminals bend time! WTF

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:51 | 79601 Anonymous
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at least the fed-res manipulators were honest with themselves about lacking independence from USTreas. back in the day...

An account with the Bank of Canada was opened in 1943, almost entirely as a courtesy measnro. Other accounts included those with Iran,
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£gypt» aad India which were opened in our name in order that the Treasury would not be identified with certain transactions. These latter accounts have been closed. Authority

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 11:52 | 79602 Hephasteus
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Much of this recently was financed by the yen carry trade. Since Japan is nuking that program and america is trying quickly to become the new butt end of that carry trade there may be a point in the very near future where theres not enough dark pool (carry trade) currency to support the supression. Since the carry trade would be very problematic if it got into a real economy. Which some people found out with the glacier bonds. It is used primarily as an accounting trick against the gold trade. Somebody better set up a new dark pool trick quick because people are calling 996 gold "hammered" down when it used to get hammered 60 bucks at a time.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 12:38 | 79658 Anonymous
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jim willie thinks gold will sky rocket due to
the dollar carry trade...the logic is plausible...
his point is that gold will become one of the
preferred assets of the carriers since the
fed and "president" are doing all that they
can to debauch the currency and their crapulent
debt...

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 13:42 | 79753 Hephasteus
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Well I think the plan was for china to become the pitcher and US to become the receiver. We do the same thing that japan did. Implode the banks with toxic debt set up a zombie bank system that is always broke and become the japan portion of the carry trade with china becoming the US portion. But I think china talked it over with russia and india and japan and thought that might not be so good as the asia countries like to be exporters. If we "turn" japanese than that means we have to retool up and start exporting. It becomes a differnt brand of co-dependancy and china is going to try for a more balanced system.

They are awfully oppressive of the people but I think theres alot of misunderstanding on both the governments part and the peoples part. China has always been isolationist and strived for good balance in that isolationist world. Going out into the greater sphere is scary for it because the world only seems to know one way to act. Master and servant and that just doesn't vibe right for the entire country.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 12:39 | 79664 London Banker
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In 1968 it was still illegal for a private citizen to own gold in the United States or the United Kingdom.  Gerald Ford did not rescind Order 6102 of 1933 until 31 December, 1974.  The UK restored the right to own gold even later.

The original spread betting firm, IG Index, was established as international Gold Index.  When private ownership of gold was illegal, IG Index allowed citizens to "bet" on the price of gold as a proxy for ownership.  Seems quaint that betting was legal (and profits tax free in Britain) but owning gold as an investment was a crime.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 13:08 | 79666 Mazarin
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This is a delightful document. A peek for the little people into the bankster realms.

Amazing delicious and juicy phrases like:

"The technique of periodic reshuffles differs from a fixed link between the NEW ASSET and gold in that it is far more flexible and convincing in bringing home that the new asset is a FULL SUBSTITUTE FOR GOLD."

"these other rules, however, are of secondary importance compared to the overriding urgency of ensuring that the NEW RESERVE ASSETS will really be an effective substitute for GOLD."

The inflationary regime, prior to "going off gold" as the backing asset, needed to suppress the price of Gold to cover-up constant theft from the people via inflation. Their losses were mounting because Gold-vigilantes (here referred to as "speculators") were gunning the price of gold and costing the central banks *trillions* (in 1968 dollars!), to suppress the Gold price to its fixed ("agreed upon") $35 basis. 

Once Kennedy was out of the way and patsy-Nixon kowtowed to closing the Gold window, the game became infinitely easier. The "NEW RESERVE ASSET" problem evaporated (replaced by "trust" in the fiat issuer). And the price of Gold has kept a tight pace on actual inflation ever since.

Manipulations of gold by the inflationist regime since the closing of the Gold window have been significant, but far less costly...they merely have to create the periodic impression that Gold (and hence "inflation") is NOT out of control...far less costly than maintaining the $35 peg.

As a banker to a King or two, I can tell you that this is the greatest game ever devised in the history of the world for transporting the wealth of nations into the hands of a very few. BRAVO! ;-)

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 13:45 | 79756 Rusty_Shackleford
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Bingo.  Thank you for that.

Sun, 09/27/2009 - 02:23 | 80790 Hephasteus
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No you don't get it. When you go and borrow money from a bank at interest under a fractional reserve system you create new reciepts for the same bars of gold. Run it for any lenght of time and eventually you get too many reciepts for the gold. Run it tooo long and someone with only 20 percent of the wealth of the nation can come in and take ALL the gold. Banks would be most likely to end up with all the receipts but those central banks are backed by individuals who have banks all over and might just move tons of the gold to europe and then ANY flinch in the banking system and ordinary people could come claim huge portions of the wealth.

Run a mortgage amortization for 30 years at 6 percent interest. Now run 10 mortgages for 30 years at 6 percent interest. That's how fast fractional reserve piles on reciepts for every bar of gold.  If those 10 running mortgages are based on 80 ounces of gold you've turned 80 ounces into over 800 ounces of gold. If you paid 3 percent to borrow from depositors then you have forgered over 400 ounces to yourself and over 400 ounces out to the people.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 12:52 | 79685 Michael
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Why don't we ever get to see in the main stream media, President Obama sitting behind his Desk in the Oval Office at the Whitehouse?

I posted this comment last night and got some pretty good replies. Let me now give you my take on the question.

President Obama has a preconceived notion of how the world should be. He sees himself sitting at the round table of the world governing body. He has no qualms about who that governing body is, that he is now a member of. Showing Obama in the Oval Office sitting at his desk implies he is the leader of this country and should be there to up hold his oath of office. That is of no concern to Obama. The psychological impact of seeing the President at his desk is an anathema of the world ruling elite and BO, who wish to establish a one world government.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 12:57 | 79691 Anonymous
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obama is a rockefeller sock puppet born in
kenya with either kenyan or indonesian citizenship
and none american....

he was born mubrak obama and has adopted various
names none of which no one knows is legal....
i always refer to the imposter president as
barry soetoro mubrak hussein obama just in case
i got one of his names wrong...

his only concern is ruling the world as a
dictator....he will double cross his current
masters though....but not for our good...

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 16:53 | 80001 Anonymous
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yeesh. Somebody got a weekend pass from the ward. Do they know you're unaccompanied?

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 12:59 | 79696 Anonymous
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London Banker ....wrong Americans have always been allowed to own gold the 1933 so called "Gold Confiscation Act" was against people hording gold Americans were allowed to hold $100.00 worth of gold...in todays terms that would be $10,000.00

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 13:01 | 79699 Anonymous
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London Banker ....Not wanting to be to picky Americans have always been allowed to own gold the 1933 so called "Gold Confiscation Act" was against people hording gold Americans were allowed to hold $100.00 worth of gold...in todays terms that would be $10,000.00

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 13:52 | 79772 Rusty_Shackleford
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Is it possible to "hoard" FRN's?

 

I've always got a kick out of that particular highly charged word.

 

Whenever somebody has a lot of something that we want, we accuse them of "hoarding" it.

 

Should we re-label our checking and savings accounts as "Checking" and "Hoarding" accounts?

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 21:39 | 80195 Anonymous
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To me Hoarding is with holding a necessity during a time of shortage.

What I'm doing is stock piling assets that are currently plentiful.

Sun, 09/27/2009 - 15:26 | 80986 Anonymous
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Is that so you can sell them later when there is a shortage?

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 15:13 | 79857 Anonymous
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No, $100 worth of gold in 1933 equates to just under 5 troy ounces of gold.

Fri, 09/25/2009 - 16:08 | 79922 Anonymous
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but when translated to real value is 10,000usd
and demonstrates the degree to which gold price
has been suppressed....

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