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  1. yes........and the manipulation deniers are a little less vocal these days.
  2. Yes. rather like the finger in the dam?..... just a small leak. ??
  3. "Deutsche Bank had agreed to pay $38 million to settle U.S. litigation over allegations it illegally conspired with other banks to fix silver prices" http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-17/deutsche-bank-pays-38-million-settle-silver-manipulation-lawsuit Which begs the question ...... is / are the prices still being manipulated? Me? ..... I think they have had to surreptiyiously control prices..... to prevent QE 'money' flowing into non yielding assets. NO yield ...no bonus. ??
  4. A landmark Canadian federal appellate-court ruling could conceivably lead to the cancellation of Canada’s debt-based money system, and its repercussions are expected to be felt by central banks around the world. http://www.ukcolumn.org/article/amid-media-blackout-canada-lawsuit-challenges-banker-rule#.VQSJyOtJc_c.twitter
  5. Excellent analogy. .....so perhaps the banks, in the privacy of their own bedrooms, are practising the financial equivalent of unprotected anal sex? with all the associated risks to the health of others outside the bedroom? So far the treatment for such risky behaviour is working, but will the treatment always be effective? Evidence suggests not(?) ---Apologies for the distasteful analogy..... but couldn't think of any other way to develop the argument.
  6. Oh economics won't collapse. Not the honest kind anyway. The printy printy thin air betting kind don't look so good though.
  7. There are still quite a few who are quite adamant there's no manipulation. Odd really.
  8. Sent a copy to the FCA the other day..... asking what steps they are taking, given Bafin are investigating.
  9. Well yes, it has to be manipulated. Can you imagine the consequences of NOT manipulating? Just as LIBOR had to be manipulated. Once TPTB start interfering with destroying markets, they simply can not stop. Of course, QE is itself 'market' (interest rate) manipulation. Markets are dead for the time being.
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    A New Way To Hold Gold

    First time I've read how prices of physical might be altered. Conveniently (deliberately) convoluted, but I think I get the gist. http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2014/01/17/hows-whys-gold-price-manipulation/
  11. He kept saying the problem is now private debt....... but is that just not the effect, the cause being the issuance of credit? .... not real credit, rather 'thin air' credit? ..........Is there a difference between the two....?
  12. Yes, and the only way it works is future tax slaves will be forced to pay up. ..... H2B could not exist without this threat of force. Under normal capitalist contract, the guarantor would be free to refuse the liability. People, especially the young, need to understand this fundamental truth.
  13. The Top Guy alert!! I was going to mention Stefan Molyneux. He's definitely against violence against the person..... especially (edit to add COERCION 5m-37s) by the state. Edit again Hope you listened @ 7-03 DB.
  14. "I am asking that ALL violent people are locked up, as is not the case now." Great, now the discussion begins. Well it's meaning is clear & defined. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/violence BUT, we would probably agree, my statement ".....ALL violent people are locked up...." is not reasonable, as violence can be used toward things rather than people. So what what I should have said was"......ALL people who attack other people with violence are locked up....." But, that's just as things are now anyway? If the evidence isn't there, there's nothing that can be done. Under an honest system, reputation will be more important.....as it used to be (?) prior to things like government ...so liars will have their reputation noted......they'll be found out soon enough....especially with this internet thing. But, as I said, this is after the fact, that extorting money with a threat of violence ( by "passive rents" on assets) will risk imprisonment result in imprisonment ..... which goes to your point of land ownership..... UNLESS, of course, both parties freely agree to the contract. I've probably worded this clumsily, hope you understand what is being said here. But then perhaps misunderstanding & clumsy wording is all part of discussion(?).
  15. OK let's stay on a discussion level....... What, you mean indoctrinating people not to use force to get their way. Perhaps if agree to answer each others questions faithfully might solve a problem? Yes, I am asking that ALL violent people are locked up, as is not the case now. Yes I agree, lower tax is less bad than high tax, and that there any many anomalies attributing to certain areas 'success', but this is all 'after the fact', as it were.
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