Weekend Watching - Grant Williams on Gold Price Manipulation

Be sure to watch this video.

Fri, May 17, 2019 - 12:28pm

Our friend, Grant Williams, has crafted this excellent new video. You should be sure to watch it.

This video is branded under the RealVision project...Grant's terrific service that he began with Raoul Pal a few years back. If you're not yet a subscriber, you should give it thorough consideration.

In this brief video, you'll hear multiple explanations of why The Banks work to manage and manipulate the price of gold. Several of the interviewees are longtime friends of TFMR and they all do excellent work in describing and illustrating the historical fact of gold price suppression.

Be sure to watch this sometime over the weekend.


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May 17, 2019 - 1:41pm

Thanks Turd

Look forward to watching


May 17, 2019 - 3:34pm
May 17, 2019 - 5:40pm

It is always a neighborhood dog:

We have had a few dogs. Max bit our concrete finisher and Max was finished. We had a Ruffis, and he chased the neighbor's cows. He went back to the original owner. We did have a great cat, Tiger, and she killed everything in sight. I worried about the neighbor kids being attacked. Someone sent Tiger to another dimension.

(This story is about how I feel about the metals market). When we moved to this bug out area, having zero pets, we spent some fiat on a beautiful green lawn. One of the neighbors brought his big dog to my front lawn, made a pile, however, the man removed the mess. I always wonder why they do not take their dogs to the empty lots, across the street and dump away?

The weather was nice this afternoon, and I mowed my front lawn. Yep, ran right through that pile, left for us to enjoy. We do not have a dog, but outsiders control my lawn. That is the way I feel about the market. Jim

May 17, 2019 - 5:45pm

Yes Virginia

Yes, Virginia....

Central Banks rig gold through their primary agents (systemic banks) and have been granted volume discounted trading accounts at the CME. Apparently, they are granted a get-out-of-jail card by the DOJ as well. The silver gold ratio is 89 to 1 today. Note, discounts do not come with out volume. Case closed. http://www.gata.org/files/CMEGroup-CentralBankIncentiveProgram-Feb2019.pdfhttp://www.gata.org/files/CMEGroup-CentralBankIncentiveProgram-Feb2019.pdf

May 18, 2019 - 10:18am

NW VIEW Dogs and neighbors

You have a failure in neighborhood epistemological relativism.

Leaving aside the fatuous wordiness of that statement, there is a failure to let your neighbors know that despite their disregard of natural law that states very specifically

"Thou shall not let thy canine crap on my lawn"

The neighbors have slip a bit in their understanding of inherent property rights.

It would behoove you to covertly hire a manure delivery service to haul a truck load of fertilizer to the offending neighbor's front yard, to be delivered at a time convenient when said neighbor is walking the mutt.

Works every time

May 18, 2019 - 12:05pm

Failure in neighborhood epistemological relativism?

AGXIIK, I must say that you ponder on a higher level than I. The wife and I have noticed that things run in pairs, in this new bug out location. We have two crows come to house, several times a day and the wife feeds them. They will never go away, almost pets now. We have two Canada Geese fly over often. We have two pigeons land by the yard, looking for grub, a few times a month. Then we have those two dogs, coming to our yard to make a "deposit without a return" (AGXIIK, that is banker terms for you).

I have pondered, like the old days, just shooting their dog when he makes the deposit. I would probably spend the rest of my time in prison. Here in the protected criminal state, you can steal 50 cars, shoplift, beat up old women on the streets of Freeattle, and be protected by the socialists. But, shooting a dog will send you to jail and there will be protestors in front of your home for weeks.

One final field report which does not fit anything: We traveled to Toledo, Wa. last evening. There is a BBQ cafe there, only open on Friday evenings. We were told it was really good and it was. All you can eat ribs, brisket, chicken and pulled pork, along with a salad bar and all for $20 fiat bucks. Oh what a buy. I need to stay away from that place. Jim

May 18, 2019 - 12:40pm

Now that's my type of place NW VIEW

Large food

Small bill

About that term I used.

Made it up.

Then I checked Wikipedia and dang; there it was. I couldn't understand what it meant but I plan to whoop in on a person who crosses my bows.

What's the name of that BBQ place? A couple of Silver Doctor friends rolled through Reno last Monday for a visit. They just moved to a home in the woods outside Vancouver WA Beautiful place with a river outside their back door

Is Toledo near Vancouver? It's hard to tell distances on the google map but Toledo is north on Hwy 5 I think

Never mind. It's around 65 miles. I'd drive 65 miles for $20 all you can eat BBQ

Heck with the cost of gas

May 18, 2019 - 12:44pm




I hope this link will open for you. If not, goog Toledo Wa., BBQ and Bonanza will be there. Vancouver is about 55 miles south of Toledo. However, is is a mistake to pass by Papa Petes Pizza at the LaCenter exit or at the Castle Rock exit along I-5.


Let me know if you want to meet at the BBQ, I will buy. This is our stomping ground. Red neck area, the wife is related to many and you can even pack your pistol, if you have a permit. There is little P.C. in that area and even less in Vader,Winlock and Lewis County.

May 18, 2019 - 1:13pm

Thanks Craig.

Have forwarded the link to a few friends who might find this topic of value. If nothing else, they will get a sense of Turdville, the value in your words and those of all the great contributors!


It's the May 24 weekend, up here in Canada! Signals the opening of the summer Drinking season and the also the early planting signal for those gardener types. I expect much Mary Jane to find it's way into the soils around the country. Mine are purely for research!


May 18, 2019 - 3:54pm


It would be an interesting road trip to Vancouver but we'd fly hilly billy airlines

Now I have to convince her that this trip is for the BBQ and pizza Some people do wine road trips, sight seeing trips, lots of reasons to turn gas into distance But BBQ and great pizza is a darn nice draw

Maybe we'll try that next year

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