Andrew Maguire on Max Keiser

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Tue, Sep 24, 2013 - 11:16am

Our friend and ally, Andrew Maguire, appeared on The Keiser Report today and provided additional details regarding the two JPMorgan whistleblowers who came forward to the CFTC last year.

All I have to add is this:

As far as I can tell, everything that Andy mentions here is 100% accurate and true. How do I know? Because I was fortunate enough to be an intermediary, helping to connect Andy with the first whistleblower who came forward last spring. I want to make it absolutely clear, though, that I was not privy to any of the actual documentation nor have I had any discussions with this individual or Andy regarding what happened next. However, as he stated in a recent interview on King World News, Andy immediately directed this particular individual to a law firm in Washington, D.C. that specializes in Dodd-Frank "whistleblower" cases so that the information could be legally submitted directly to the CFTC.

The only question that remains is whether or not your public servants at the CFTC will ever do the right thing and act against JPM to end the manipulation. Though it's likely that, being firmly entrenched in the back pocket of the TBTF banks, the CFTC will only choose to ignore, delay and obfuscate, we can always hope that one day their collective consciences might get the best of them. Regardless, in the end it won't matter as the sheer weight of the supply/demand distortion will collapse the entire manipulation scheme eventually. In the meantime, just continue to add to your physical stack of metal, taking advantage of the discounted prices brought about by this deliberate bullion bank price manipulation scheme.

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ancientmoney
Sep 25, 2013 - 3:26pm

@DayStar re: scalar weaponry . . .

It appears from the data that scalar weapons may have been used to induce the Fukushima earthquake, which measured only 6.8 on the Richter scale locally, but reported as 9.0 by USGS (the difference being, a 9.0 has 1000x more power than a 6.8).

This author/journalist thinks that a nuclear weapon was exploded in the Japan Trench, to generate a tsunami similar to that generated by a 9.0 quake.

His smoking gun evidence that it couldn't happen that way--there is no earthquake damage anywhere in Japan. The Kobe earthquake of 6.9 wreaked havoc.

At Fukushima, not a single house toppled due to earthquake damage; lots of tsunami damage, of course . . .

I posted this on the current thread as well:

https://jimstonefreelance.com/

SilverSurfers
Sep 25, 2013 - 2:26pm

Some like it hot

In order to stop the manipulation, suit must be brought in gun-totting state district court, showing that 400 tons in 5 second can only be for price manipulation, and show who is the most likely culprit, to established prima facie cast in tort for interference and fraud, naked shorts, selling something you dont have, frying them in reply, with injunction relief in terms of staggered FIFOs client and in house sales to avoid CTFC jurisdiction. They may try to keep FED client activity from seeing the light of day, but pitting the bullion banks against the FED in open court, is the way to go. But then I told you all that months ago. right?

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SilverSurfers
Sep 25, 2013 - 1:46pm

Can we?

Can we then all go gay, per hilary, and her sodomite marriages? Just askin. Maybe sodomites will get a tax break to promote their cause to ram it down everyone elses throat? Just asking. One should keep their options open, as you can teach an old dog new tricks.

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Magpie
Sep 25, 2013 - 1:05pm

They won't be happy until we have nothing

Welcome to ZeroCare and the marriage tax.

I know everyone is angry about the CFTC (me included) but there's a provision in the ZeroCare act that is much more likely to adversely affect some of you than the CFTC's shenanigans .

You may actually be better off financially if you're divorced.

There are links in the article to more information, but you can start here:

https://pjmedia.com/blog/the-wedding-tax/?singlepage=true

Anyone know a good tax attorney?

SilverSurfers
Sep 25, 2013 - 12:56pm

Going my way

Gold popped 1335, silver up move 40c, testing 22 yet agian, but so goes gold, as does silver just delayed a tad. Time for the seasonal rampage, and a big up move. Key is end of year gold over 1670, minimum, for yet another year end higher close, and just smoke 1450 and 1550, enroute. Going my way?

Lenny Kravitz "Are You Gonna Go My Way"

someone should butt hurt Bartholomew. I deplore cowards.

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Orange
Sep 25, 2013 - 12:46pm

Staff Hours

They said they did exhaustive work.

Let's see, 7,000 hours divided by 40 is 175 work weeks or 35 single person work weeks per year. I can only guess how many people would need to be involved plus management oversight how let's say 10 which is likely low.

3.5 weeks per year does not seem to me to be exhaustive.

The Division of Enforcement’s investigation utilized more than seven thousand enforcement staff hours. The staff reviewed and analyzed position and transaction data, including physical, swaps, options, and futures trading data, and other documents and information, and interviewed witnesses.

ancientmoney
Sep 25, 2013 - 12:20pm

Let's face it . . .

Manipulation in the PM markets has been deemed normal market activity. No amount of theft will be too large to be prosecuted.

Another reason to flee these asinine paper markets and get on with taking their phyzz away from them.

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