The Goldman Sack Blows The Whistle On The JP Morgue Silver Manipulation Scheme

Tyler Durden's picture

The Xtranormal bubble is now bigger even than Netflix. And all who have been waiting to understand the JP Morgue silver manipulation scheme explained by cartoon bears, here it is. Also, The Ben Bernank makes a cameo appearance. We recommend having some blood in your alcoholstream before watching this.


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HardwoodAg's picture

You sure wouldn't know there was any sort of run the way 90% coin rolls are selling on eBay.


Even UNC rolls are selling at near melt

DavidC's picture

Am I understanding you correctly? You're going to trade your Silver (Ag) for Gold (AU)?


Phaethon's picture

Possibly, and only someday.  Certainly not yet!

JLee2027's picture

Yeah...a Silver moonshot, trade for Gold, and then a Gold moonshot. I've had the same thoughts.

ViewfromUndertheBridge's picture

When the ratio goes under the historical 15:1 or the natural 17:1...and it may go way under as it overshoots...I was a latecomer and started buying at 83:1 or so.

KTH5000's picture

what makes you say this and why???

flacon's picture

APMEX sold 0.1 million ounces of Silver Eagles in the past fourteen days. 126,120 2010 SE's ounces remain. 

TheGoat's picture

Cheapest 1 oz silver coins on ebay $29.95.

Maybe noone wants thems seeing they have a colour picture on them, wonder why that is. LOL

StychoKiller's picture

Augghh!! My eyes -- it's burning my eyes!!

TheGoat's picture

LOL still good value, just have to turn it over.

GoinFawr's picture


Take note JPM: that's the way to devalue silver in 2010. A GWB commemorative silver coin might take Ag all the way back down to 10bux/oz

living on the edge's picture


I wondered how silver coins could be going so cheap and now I know why. I think I will pass on these coins, I would rather pay a higher premium.

TheGoat's picture

Says a lot about how things are going.

Cheapest 1oz coins

BARACK OBAMA "44th President" 1oz. Pure US SILVER EAGLE

The seller sold 75 from 14 sept till today at $29 bucks. While the demand for silver has been at its highest.

I couldnt help sharing this gem.

cranky-old-geezer's picture

Hey, great way to get Obama fanatics buying silver, help crush JPM!  Poetic justice.

TheGoat's picture

I'm sure a few did.

To be honest I'm an Aussie I didnt care what picture was on it, at a dollar and change above spot, I bought a few. LOL

spdrdr's picture

Goat, are you sure that you are not a Kiwi - your icon looks very familiar..........

CD's picture

I was rather surprised to see GEICO ad on TV using xtranormal animation.

It seems there are a bunch of others:

The next B-H acquisition...?

Bob's picture

Likewise when I first saw it last night. This fad will be over real quick.

Arkadaba's picture

I don't think they were hawking their own site - more like pulling your leg...maybe. 

Edit: My bad - I really didn't think that the site they mentioned was real! I should have verified.

66Sexy's picture

yeah the website reference shows this is not a straightforward research effort but an attempt to sell silver. too bad.'s picture

If a product is beneficial and someone who sells that product touts that product does the product lose its beneficence?

Turd Ferguson's picture

This is one of the greatest youtube videos of all time!!!!!!!!! 100% accurate, too.

Spalding_Smailes's picture
"Capital must protect itself in every way... Debts must be collected and loans and mortgages foreclosed as soon as possible. When through a process of law the common people have lost their homes, they will be more tractable and more easily governed by the strong arm of the law applied by the central power of leading financiers. People without homes will not quarrel with their leaders. This is well known among our principle men now engaged in forming an imperialism of capitalism to govern the world. By dividing the people we can get them to expend their energies in fighting over questions of no importance to us except as teachers of the common herd."
- J.P. Morgan
honestann's picture

What's the matter, GoldmanShafts... you junk a quote from one of your heros?  Shame on you.  Woops, that's right, you are incapable of shame.

Spalding_Smailes's picture

Goldman is doing “God’s work”

- Lloyd Blankenfeld

My object in life is to dethrone God and destroy capitalism.
- Karl Marx
blindman's picture

god never needed/had a throne.  that was the king playing

vicar for his own benifit.  capital needed the king, at the time,

to enforce edict or law to protect/secure/insure stability of

their speculation and thereby derived profit.   .. he thought

flacon's picture


"A sentiment of trust in the legal money of the State is so deeply implanted in the citizens of all countries that they cannot but believe that some day this money must recover a part at least of its former value. To their minds it appears that value is inherent in money as such, and they do not apprehend that the real wealth, which this money might have stood for, has been dissipated once and for all. This sentiment is supported by the various legal regulations with which the Governments endeavor to control internal prices, and so to preserve some purchasing power for their legal tender. Thus the force of law preserves a measure of immediate purchasing power over some commodities and the force of sentiment and custom maintains, especially amongst peasants, a willingness to hoard paper which is really worthless... If, however, a government refrains from regulations and allows matters to take their course, essential commodities soon attain a level of price out of the reach of all but the rich, the worthlessness of the money becomes apparent, and the fraud upon the public can be concealed no longer." John Maynard Keynes, Economic Consequences of the Peace, NY, 1920, p. 239-40

honestann's picture

Thanks for that quote too, because it shows just what kind of slimeball is the "Einstein" of modern day "economic theory".  As his quote reveals quite clearly, what is called "economic theory" is actually "predator theory" and "scam theory".

drwells's picture

Keynes really was a great man before he succumbed to the dark side. Which makes his betrayal all the worse. Roast in hell, JMK.

DavidC's picture

No he wasn't.

Whilst his theories have been selectively applied and one can argue the pros and cons of his theories as they should have been applied, as an individual he was a very flawed man - well, at least as much as one can know without actually having 'been there'. Egocentric, intellectually elitist and in thrall to Ayn Rand and her group.

DavidC's picture

Egocentric, intellectually elitist and in thrall to Ayn Rand and her group.

Rand didn't even have a "group" when Keynes died in 1946. She only published her first successful novel, The Fountainhead, in 1943.

Furthermore, Rand was a proponent of gold money. In Atlas Shrugged (1957), gold rather than fiat is seen as being key to restoration of the dollar.

Where do you get your "information?"

UP4Liberty's picture

@Spalding Smailes,

Can you please cite this quotation?  Thank you.

blunderdog's picture

Well that's about right for the innerwebz....

Questionable: No reliable source for this quote has been found.

Spalding_Smailes's picture

“Goldman Sachs has called lower Manhattan its home for 136 years and we are proud to reaffirm our commitment to this neighborhood and to the city of New York.”

- Henry Paulson

“As a public company, Goldman Sachs will have the financial strength and strategic flexibility to continue to serve our clients effectively as well as to respond thoughtfully to the business and competitive environment over the long term.”

-Henry Paulson

“We're all trying to get our heads above the battle smoke and look for the real meaning of Enron to put it in perspective,”

- Henry Paulson

rocker's picture

Great Job SS.  Your credibility is a +1 with ZH and myself.   

Spalding_Smailes's picture

     “The true measure of a career is to be able to be content, even proud, that you succeeded through your own endeavors without leaving a trail of casualties in your wake.”

-Sir Alan Greenspan

“I do not deny that many appear to have succeeded in a material way by cutting corners and by manipulating associates, both in their professional and in their personal lives. But material success is possible in this world and far more satisfying when it comes without exploiting others.”

- Sir Alan Greenspan

“I guess I should warn you, if I turn out to be particularly clear, you've probably misunderstood what I've said”

- Sir Alan Greenspan

DavidC's picture

That last quote says it all about the man.


Dismal Scientist's picture

Sir Alan ? Are you kidding me ? I retract his knighthood on behalf of people everywhere...

ebworthen's picture

I don't think Jamie Diamon or his ilk realize how many people can now use the "Internets" to expose the Emperor's New Clothes.

They used to do all of this behind closed doors; but do not realize that now the Green Door is open.  Who is that BBW sitting up front? 


rocker's picture

If there is one thing different this time, you exposed it. The social Internet has made us all more aware.

We still have a voice for now. Shame on those who will try to stop it, and they will try, IE: Wiki leaks.

kennard's picture

"among our principle men"

J.P. Morgan had bad grammar?

Did he really say this?

tallystick's picture

He didn't spell it that way.

Oh regional Indian's picture

Ah Spalding, awesome series of quotes. While some may have mildly doubtful authenticity (rather provenance not fully provable), they clearly reflect the banker sentiment, even if in paraphrase.

I love a good quote. or seven.



hardmedicine's picture

delicious quote there.  Can you possibly give the source and date., and/or forum?    I search constantly for these windows into the elite's reference frame.  It is a challenge to uncover such clear elite predicate foundations.


Thanks so very much