This Is Why China Russia & China Are Now "The Enemy"

Tyler Durden's picture

Submitted by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog,

The suppression of gold prices is essential at all costs to the Anglo-American banking interests. The saber rattling and attempts to lure Russia and China into military conflict are about who controls the financial world.

Russia and China keep accumulating the eternal currency – gold.



The American Empire and their EU disciples continue to accumulate debt and print fiat currencies. Has fiat paper ever won out over gold in the long-run? Change is coming. Revolution is in the air.

You can sense the desperation of the ruling oligarchs. Their fiat world is beginning to crumble. But they will not go without a bloody fight.

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NidStyles's picture

I bet their gold holdings are underreported. Seems to me that they likely started underreporting it around the 2002-2003 mark.

thunderchief's picture

The Shanghai Int'l Physical gold exchange is open!

Good luck London and NY. They need at least a thousand extra tons and you need to supply it at your bogus prices.

Good Luck!

BaBaBouy's picture

Looks Like This Is A Fight To The FINISH ...

Virtual Paper FIATS & CB Debt VS GOLD, SILVER, Hard Commodities, RE

... PS... Where's The Promised Return Of The Physical GERMAN CB GOLD, Who's Pocket Is It Really In ???

Skateboarder's picture

Germany's gold? lol, that stuff was sold long long ago. In the USA, it is cash4gold, not the other way around.

"Get rid of your useless gold and get some freshly printed cash today!"

hobopants's picture

Who are these "China Russians" the title speaks of? 

dracos_ghost's picture

They're related to the black Irish

Aknownymouse's picture

i heard a black Irish runs America now.

MeMadMax's picture

So russia started hoarding gold right around the crash of 07' 08 mark...


Any bankster who thought this wasn't gonna be a prudent response is just a total dick...

Badabing's picture

The western bankers use paper mathamagic. But in all reality if physical gold is papered over 100 to1 than an oz of gold is worth $12,300 to the banks!
That's mathamagic

Pinto Currency's picture



China and Russia are simply returning to a monetary system that was reliable and stable and utilized as international currency for millenia prior to 1971.


The issue is what were Paul Volcker and his handlers up to in 1971 when they pushed the US off of gold backing thus destabilizing the dollar.


Paul Volcker: "I certainly was a major proponent of suspending gold convertibility, in fact the principal planner."

BaBaBouy's picture

""over 100 to1 than an oz of gold is worth $12,300 to the banks!""

TRY $123,000 / Ozs

Prolly The Reason Why GERMANY Can't Get Their GOLD Back ???

CheapBastard's picture

So was it gold on that never-to-be-found malaysian airlines that they never found? Anyone figure it out yet?

Question is what would be worth so much as to take over 240 lives?


Pinto Currency's picture



Couldn't carry enough gold to make a difference.

The Doofus's picture

Gold is overrated.  The dollar is king.  Holders of precious metals need to sell the stuff.  Deflationary hell is on the way.

Manthong's picture

Every time I look to the east I see adversaries,.

Hmm.. come to think of it, D.C and New York are to the east of me.

Oh, and towards where should I be aiming my rug?


SAT 800's picture

If youi find yourself "aiming your rug" perhaps you should revise your meds. schedule.

Manthong's picture

five times a day, in public, where everyone can see how f'n reverent I am

Four chan's picture

the gold goes where the bankers want, and we know who the bankers are.

Lordflin's picture

Doofus... let me see if I understand you... cause you are obviously a very bright fellow...

'Deflationary hell is coming'.

In other words... I loan you a hundred dollars and you buy a share of stock for a hundred dollars whose value plummets to one dollar. Deflationary hell! You can't pay me, I can't pay my creditors, they can't pay their's and so on... and the market propped up on dollar printing must crash... either because the printing has stopped as it is rapidly leading to a population that cannot sustain itself in the face of rising prices for basic necessities... or the printing hasn't stopped and society breaks down.

Your advice then is to jump on the back of counter party risk and ride
that critter into the ground. Thanks... But believe I will pass.

Every paper dollar, or derivative that you own is backed by counter party risk.This is an old game that always has but one result. Think I will stick with my farm and pms... if I can manage to retrieve them from the bottom of the lake... you can keep your promissory notes...

Hmmm.... perhaps you are not as bright as I thought... btw, like your handle... here is where you get to make a comment regarding mine...

Calmyourself's picture

LF, not sure if your new but that guy changes his moniker about twice a month.  Click the link it goes to his personal blog where he discusses his life in Korea..  King of trolls...  Tyler will handle him at some point hopefully.

Tall Tom's picture

He is not a troll. He is a SPAMMER.


Trolls seek to upset the flow of dialouge through misdirection, distraction, or other means.


SPAMMERS seek to use comments sections to direct internet traffic to their own blog.


There is a difference.


The best method to dissuade SPAMMERS is to ignore them and do not click upon their link.


Back to the topic...




The Shanghai Futures Market has opened and offers a SUPERIOR PRODUCT over that of the CME Group (COMEX). The Gold Contract is totally backed by Gold on the Shanghai Market.  Conversely the Gold Contract on the COMEX is highly levered...over 50 to 1...and that is even debatable.


Of course the Shanghai Market can do this as they have the Gold as it has moved from the West to the East due to Western Central Bank manipulation and supression of Gold Prices.


I believe that it is a wise and prudent decision to sell all of your CME Group Gold Futures contracts upon the open of the Gold Market on Monday. Take those funds and purchase contracts on the Shanghai Market.


As others will be acting in concert the price of Gold Contracts will realize steep declines on the COMEX for the next few days as the transfer of liquidity from the COMEX to the Shanghai Exchange is made. The "smart money" will abandon the INFERIOR COMEX contracts for the SUPERIOR Shanghai Contracts. Do not be caught being the one to leave the COMEX in a rush as you may be wiped out.




The price for Gold on the COMEX Futures Exchange will decline to ZERO as that is what an unenforcable contract is worth...NOTHING.


If you own stock in CME Group I will also suggest that you sell it and sell it short. CME Group's days are now numbered.


Heads up. This is the beginning of the end as the End Game is now being played out.

Four chan's picture

gold is the enemy of the state. to have the ultimate statist government controlling it is very bad for individual rights everywhere. 

All Risk No Reward's picture

Troll or not...

>>:Deflationary hell! You can't pay me, I can't pay my creditors, they can't pay their's and so on... and the market propped up on dollar printing must crash...<<

Banksters are TBTF&Jail so they will, BY DEFINITION, remain standing - the government is there to make sure it is so.

After all, THE BANKSTERS FINANCE GOVERNMENT!  They will be protected.

So everyone else gets financially blitzkrieged and the TBTF&Jail Bankster megacorps take over the rest of the economy

Duih - that's what you would do if you were TBTF&Jail and wanted to steal everything from everyone.

So, yeah, it will happen.

Vooter's picture

I didn't know banksters had Kevlar skin--pretty cool!

All Risk No Reward's picture

The Debt Money Monnopolists are so well organized they don't need Kevlar because nobody could get close to them - that's how they roll.

Kevlar is for their Praetorian class minions to riski their lives to protect their Money Masters.

Squid-puppets a-go-go's picture

well, c'mon, the best we can hope for is a return to the 12:1 leverage limit of more traditional fractional reserve banking

so $10 000 is more realistic, temporarily $15 000 with momentum overshoot

Badabing's picture

"TRY $123,000 / Ozs"
How could I have forgotten a zero

jamyoras's picture

I was just about to say that. What about this?
How much gold or silver did a person need to buy milk or bread in
Ancient Rome before they started mixing silver with other metals and
created the first inflation in history?
That is the true value of gold or silver and it never changes.
Then you can decide what each fiat is worthed in pm value.

Dave's picture

I read somewhere awhile back that some of the bullion bars moving through Hong Kong into China had the Bundesbank hallmarks on them.

Escrava Isaura's picture

Pinto Currency,


China, gold, Russia…. How long do you think this marriage, and gold scheme of a very financialized China is gonna last?


Ohh, I got it!

Their scheme is supposed to be the clean slate.



nope-1004's picture

Any option, other than the current corrupt theft, lies, market rigging and pilfering, is "a clean slate".  WTF do you call the average banker today?  Trustworthy?  Noble?  Honest?

Bankers are big enough losers right now as it is.  No need to be a banker AND a troll and be a bigger dick than you already are.


Escrava Isaura's picture


You wrote:

“The average banker today?  Trustworthy?  Noble?  Honest?

Then: “Bankers are big enough losers.”


Nope, with all the due respect, because two intelligent people can easily disagree, your post is naive and wrong.


First: Bankers, which is included on the Corporatocracy that runs America, are not losers. To the contrary. However, they will have the most to lose, when humanity reaches its limit, globally, and by the end of this decade.


Second: Trustworthy?  Noble?  Honest? Sorry, you’re being too naive.


I said it before and I will say it again:

Gold will be the last, and short-lived bubble. And shorting the dollar, it will be the trade of the century.


But both are stabs on America way of life. And there will be ugly repercussions.


Beware what you wish for.



dolbiere's picture

i think he said his biggest mistake was not capping gold. of course he probably said it a few different ways. btw, he supported obama.

SAT 800's picture

I think he was senile; or taking presceiption drugs. it is very depressing.

dolbiere's picture

i wouldn't bet against it.

dolbiere's picture

i wouldn't bet against it.

lickspitler's picture

Quick get some more phyzz coz this trade is doing really well.  Each week ZH has a new reason why gold should be $5000 . The manipulation is in your pants.

jaxville's picture

  The Budesbank knew that their gold would be mobilized into the market to contain the prices when they made the swap arrangement with the Fed (actually the ESF) back in the nineties.  It is the German people who are victims here, not the Bundesbank.

Buck Johnson's picture

Germany has lost their gold and they are being told lies or maybe they where threatened that if they continue with this they will suffer.



chiswickcat's picture

I think Germany was probably told the truth, so they agreed to a huge reduction in delivery amounts. They were told that if they insisted on full delivery of their gold, it would likely expose the true situation with regards to the amount of gold, none/virtually none, in the USA, and this would potentiially collapse the whole economic edifice. So Germany tip-toed quitly away from it's initial demand.

Al Huxley's picture

+1.  Shanghai opened Thursday, you saw what happened yesterday.  Seems like maybe the Chinese have their eye on that 776 tons in GLD - you don't suppose they might either act complicitly with the western paper masters, or even conspire against the western paper masters, to SUPPRESS the price and facilitate the transfer of the west's remaining real wealth, before they change the rules, do you?  They wouldn't be so duplicitous would they?

SoilMyselfRotten's picture

Remember, if GLD and SLV are truly leveraged 100:1 paper to phyzz, there may not be any actual metal left in these funds. The price drop may be people recognizing these funds could vaporize if empty and dumping their paper whilst they can. This has to come to a head sooner than later.

lasvegaspersona's picture

GLD reports 776 tons. This latest 8 ton drop is now the lowest level since it hit that number on the way up to 1350 tons.

Are we seeing the halted resumption of the drainage? Will this be the beginning of the end for paper gold? Will gold finally be repriced at its correct non 'managed' value? Will I fianally be able to tell the boss the 'shove it' (oh wait, I'm the boss. but you get it)...maybe...

fockewulf190's picture

Watch for heavy physical gold withdrawals from Sprott´s fund as well.

conscious being's picture

Why? I don't see that. Unless you mean that like GLD, Sprott doesn't have the goods.

SAT 800's picture

The Chinese ? duplicitous? Nah. they're always simple and straightforward. And honest with Westerners; don't forget that' honest with Westerners. Yeah, no, I'm sure sure low handed trickery would be out of character there.