TFMR Media This Week

Fri, Oct 11, 2019 - 4:00pm

Created primarily for newsletter subscribers, here's a free link to all of the media appearances we made this week.

Back on Tuesday, it was a pleasure to appear on the TD Ameritrade network:

Later that day, I recorded this lengthy interview with Dave at the X22 Report:

Thursday brought our weekly chat with Cory at the KE Report:

And once I see a link to the audio I recorded with Max Keiser back on Tuesday, I'll post it here:

Thanks for listening and have a great weekend!


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Oct 11, 2019 - 4:17pm

Fantastic; COMMON SENSE when there is little in the MEDIA

Keep in mind in 2010 we had 10 trillion dollars in debt - now we have 42 trillion dollar in debt.

SOME 21 trillion proven HIDDEN BTW!

WOW! 4 times more - and the central bankers are buying GOLD hand over fist!


Someday we will go to sleep on Friady at say, $1,500 gold and $17.50 silver -




Mark my words - BTW James Sinclair says the same type thing...

BTW 2 - When CHINA has had enough they will open the makets THAT WAY MANY TIMES UP! They will also make their Chinese currency LOCKED INTO

GOLD and Probably SILVER for the slam dunk - IMVHO

Sealed With A Kiss - SWK

indiana rod
Oct 11, 2019 - 4:33pm

Friday, February 7, 2020


NBC has learned that the 23rd Whistleblower has come forward with earth shaking revelations about the September 26,2019 telephone call between Donald Trump and President Zelensky.

The Whistleblower, who has inside information, reveals the substance of the call. Donald Trump agreed to no longer refer to Ukrainians as "Utes", as in 'My Cousin Vinnie,' if President Zelensky would state that Joe Biden attempted to steal the recipe for Ukranians' favorite dish, Vareniki. (Dumplings)

Carl Bernstein, for the 401st time, said, "This is worse than Watergate."

The law firm representing the whistleblower said if you don't believe this story we are prepping Whistleblower number 24 who also saw Judge Kavanaugh at a Sorority party.

Oct 11, 2019 - 5:24pm

This thread is a great idea Craig.

You should do this any time you make more than one appearance during the week. I have another suggestion. If you see that the weekend thread is getting extremely long, please consider starting a new one, even without a post, just to make it easier to keep tabs on weekend posts. Thanks.

Oct 11, 2019 - 5:44pm

I like TFMR Media this week!

Thanks Craig,

All being in one place means I don't have to search to hear/watch your interviews!

I'm a loyal fan of all your work and you are making a difference to more people than most of us realize! Keep on keeping on my friend!

Oct 11, 2019 - 6:01pm

Just some short thoughts

On this latest missile attack.

1. It wasn't an attack designed to sink the ship. Cripple yes, cause fear yes. Sink no. Which means this attack is more about the markets than war.

2. Only two missiles and very small payloads. Under 20 kg (just from pics currently online). Can you ignite a tanker with this kind of attack. Yes. Just not likely. You need excellent ops to guide the attack into the same spot and use a type of incendiary warhead. It's far harder to ignite a full tanker than a half full or almost empty tanker (with small missiles). Due to vapor or fumes are far more explosive than med oil.

3. Due to the shitty actions by the Saudi's over the last year ( I blame the saudi's for all of the attacks due to direct action or negligence). Since MBS the Saudi's have been acting like a Coked up 4 year old. The western world really needs to review wether we need this guy. These attacks are declarations of war. We do not need to be associated by proxy to this kind of thing.

4. If you had real intent to take out one of these tankers a standard exocet would be more than sufficient.

5. There is absolutely no doubt that U.S. intelligence/military knows exactly who did this. There is so many radars/satellites watching the area. I would guess 20-30 min max and at least the U.S., Israel, and the Russians know who did what and when. Where is the Sec. of Defense and their statement. They came out within 2 hours on all the other attacks. Why so silent now? Does that not tell you that it's inconvenient to admit who did what.

6. This is going to end in war which very likely becomes a world war.

Oct 11, 2019 - 10:27pm

Agree with AgstAger like this thread

Nice that you put this thread together for us Craig and it's also fun to see how you have become one of the go to guys of the metals sector.

Blackwatersailor thank you for commenting on the attack today and the drone/missile attack on the Saudi's oilfield recently. Your expertise of the effects and severity along with your opinion as to why these attacks were perpetrated is appreciated by me who would be pretty clueless about the particulars and likely left to rely on MSM sources.

Oct 11, 2019 - 10:35pm


What Goldcom said.

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