Two Excellent Videos

Mon, Oct 21, 2013 - 4:59pm

Viewing both of these is time well spent.

I met Dan Ameduri of last year at FreedomFest. He works very hard and runs a great site. This past weekend, he sent over a couple of videos from me to review and I though I would post two of them here for everyone to see.

This first one is an interview of Marin Katusa of Casey Research. This tremendous discussion not only covers some of the usual topics, Dan and Marin spend quite a bit of time discussing something we don't cover much here at TFMR...uranium.

The video is linked below and the full transcript can be found here:

The second video is Dan's interview of Jim Rickards. Again, the transcript can be found here: and the video is embedded below.


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Oct 21, 2013 - 7:05pm

I'm confused

Where are we all disagreeing? Not seeing it.

Yes...the fact that the GLD is being drained while other gold ETFs are not....and that this happens consistently during Comex delivery months...clearly shows that the fractional system is fracturing, right here and right now, right before your eyes. Combine this GLD draining with the current 4-day stretch of negative GOFO and the picture becomes even more clear.

Mr. Fix
Oct 21, 2013 - 7:13pm

Gold doesn't necessarily have to be revalued:

Only the dollar does. Of course for Americans, there wouldn't be any difference, the price of an ounce would double instantly, but of course, so would everything else (except wages).

Either way, the standard of living for Americans is about to take a major hit.

I still feel rather strongly that the evil Empire intends to demolish the dollar before the price of gold has any significant move in value relative to other currencies.

This would allow China to scoop up the rest of the world's reserves at fire sale prices.

This would leave Western civilization with nothing left of value except the very land that we are standing on.

Oct 21, 2013 - 7:16pm


Thanks for the great feedback earlier.

As for your above: The USA cannot unilaterally devalue. Take Canada for example (oh yeh, you already did). They could not allow 2 USD = 1 CAD. Canada exports would stop overnight. So with many others - there is still the need for a voluntary (loose) peg.

When the US sneezes - the world will get double pneumonia. Then there is that derivative thing.

Mr. Fix
Oct 21, 2013 - 7:18pm

I'll add this...

The U.S. isn't going to voluntarily revalue gold v the dollar. The Chinese will take care of that for them and the U.S. won't have any say in the matter.

Oct 21, 2013 - 7:30pm

Now that the election is over...Achtung!

Angela's Agenda: A Grand, Controversial Plan for Europe

Angela Merkel's domestic policy in her third term will likely be confined to higher spending. But she has grand plans for Europe. SPIEGEL has learned she wants Brussels to have far more power over national budgets. It's a risky move that EU partners and the Social Democrats are likely to oppose. By SPIEGEL Staff more...

Oct 21, 2013 - 7:35pm

Kick-you-in-the-nuts truth

Just watched a 90 min documentary about the Russian girl punk band Pussy Riot, two members of which are now locked up for simply expressing their views.

In their closing defence speeches they had some words to say.

These are young women. Listen to the truth that the most vocal one of them speaks at 1hr 13 min 10 secs in (up to 1.15.15 - just 2 mins). This is in a criminal court where the eyes of the media and the world are upon her - this trial had worldwide exposure.

She starts off reading from her notes, but as she speaks from her own conviction and her connection with what she knows is true, well see for yourself...

(it should start at that time, if not just skip to there)

btw, if you have the time, do watch the whole thing . It is an excellent documentary.

Oct 21, 2013 - 7:37pm
Oct 21, 2013 - 7:50pm

Perfect Strangers

Deep Purple - Perfect Strangers (w/ Lyric)

Tokyo markets opens up shortly...

Oct 21, 2013 - 7:55pm


That's just ridiculous, both of those charts.

Thanks for posting, my friend.

Oct 21, 2013 - 7:58pm

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