Wed, Aug 15, 2012 - 11:56am

And I'm not talking about the National Weather Service.

By the way, did you see this earlier this week? ( OK, so I can understand the whole, "clerical error" thing but what the heck does the "National Marine Fisheries Service" need guns for, much less 46,000 freaking rounds? Seems like a bit of overkill to me, no pun intended.

Anyway...and when I say NWS, I don't mean NWO:

George Bush New World Order


N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton [Explicit] [HD]
National Wrestling Council

Or even the NWF:

This is National Wildlife Federation: "Now's Our Time"

I'm talking about the NWS - the New World System.

Earlier this morning, I saw this post at ZH ( and it got me thinking. In the post, it's mentioned that Japan has dramatically increased its purchases of treasuries while China has actually been a net seller. The question is asked: "What is China doing with their dollar reserves" if they're no longer buying treasuries? This is where ole Turd's brain started churning.

Two months ago, I wrote this: At the time I wrote it, I expected it to be quite the bombshell within our little "goldbug" community. Instead, it was met with yawns and dispassion. Perhaps that is what I should have expected. I mean, seriously, BREAKING NEWS from a guy who goes by the name of "Turd"? Well, regardless, I stand by the facts of this story and the opinions contained therein. Gold continues to exit "the system" at a consistent pace, never to return.

I'm re-posting it today not because I'm out of material and I need to dredge up the old stuff to fill space. I'm re-posting it because this truly is a very important development and one that, because it's not on the national/internet radar, is being widely discounted and overlooked.

You see, no one on Wall Street or in the financial media has any interest in pursuing this story. The MSM and TPTB are completely invested in maintaining the status quo and they will do so right up to the point where the game is changed for them. China will continue to accumulate gold and silver. They will continue to refine and re-cast this metal into new, standard and official sizes. They will continue to sign and implement bilateral currency and trade agreements that bypass the U.S. dollar. And they will continue to open portals for the international use of the renminbi.

Then, one day, seemingly out-of-the-blue, they will announce an alternative...A New World System that offers some type of gold-backed, international trade settlement, utilizing a non-fiat and sound renminbi or perhaps an entirely new and distinct, gold-backed and internationally-recognized trade unit. One way or another, this is going to happen. The only question is WHEN.

WHEN this happens, the U.S and all the other fiat currency countries will be forced into revaluing whatever gold reserves they have left. This is the "global gold price reset at multiples higher" that I have mentioned before, the result of which will be extraordinary, near-hyper inflation and a dramatic devaluation of the existing fiat. Additionally and importantly, it is through this process that the debtor nations of the world (the U.S. being the largest), will "pay down" the majority of their current obligations.

Again, you must understand that I am extremely confident that this is how things will ultimately play out. The only question is the timing and the specifics regarding which country or countries will ultimately force the issue. For example, it is entirely possible that China won't act independently. Perhaps the major creditor nations will band together. Some consortium of China, Russia and India. We'll see. In the end, that part doesn't really matter. What does matter is that this is inevitable.

Please continue to use this time to add to your physical holdings but remember...The only metal you truly own is the metal you hold in your own two hands.


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Aug 16, 2012 - 11:07am


Isn't it here already don't they control every market there is,stock, bond fx ,gold silver etc.The money,courts ,banks the information what else is there

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:09am

@Brad Pitt

When you say the vote is central to a democratic republic it raises the question. If the founders thought the vote was central to moving the country forward why did they create the electoral college?

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:10am

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:12am
StevenBHorse murphy
Aug 16, 2012 - 11:14am

The case was settled out of court..........


I can't find the link for it at the moment. My interweb powers are weak today.

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:16am


nice to see you back

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:20am

Interestingly, the Bank lists gold under International Reserves

DATE 08 August 2012

DATE 08 août 2012
Official International Reserves (millions of U.S. dollars) Réserves officielles de liquidités internationales (millions de dollars américains)
U.S. dollars 35,261 Dollars américains
Other Foreign Currencies 18,306 Autres devises étrangères
Gold 176 Or
Special Drawing Rights 8,584 Droits de tirage spéciaux
Reserve position in IMF 4,137 Position de réserve au FMI
Total 08 August 2012 66,464 Total 08 août 2012
31 July 2012 66,321 31 juillet 2012
Change 143 Variation
Foreign exchange transactions not yet settled 0 Opérations sur devises non réglées

Look how much they prefer SDR's and the IMF to gold. Dang. I really was not asked about this.

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:21am

A portion of that ammunition order

for the Marine Fisheries is being delivered to James Cassin, 3350 Rte. 138, Suite 218, Wall NJ. My accountant is in Suite 228. Hmmm. Gonna have to ask him about his neighbor.

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:24am

re: mr grey

since this is the NWS thread...

the electoral college was created to try to thwart what? you guessed it: manipulation. (kind of a theme around here, right?)

for example, imagine candidate A says: "i promise to give all citizens of florida, new york, california, texas, (and just enough of a few other highly populated states) free twinkies for life! and you other flyover states will pay for it."

if he can coerce these highly populated states to vote overwhelmingly in his favor he would certainly win the election despite the fact that many more of the other states would be getting hosed. by forming the electoral college these states' populations are weighted and then capped making this more difficult to pull off.

more here if you care:

Eric Original
Aug 16, 2012 - 11:26am

Hey Grigeo

Was it this one that bothered you so?

Beer drinking girl
Oktoberfest 2011 Munchen hochbrauzelt
Aug 16, 2012 - 11:28am

Beautiful Spike! Outstanding precision at exactly 28.20!

Look at that move! Straight to 28.20. lol. My ruler is not even that straight. Gotta hand it to the Cartel today. Its amazing how accurate these artificial moves up and down are. You know, I have a business degree and got a 2.3 GPA at school but its funny that even I can tell that this is 100 percent controlled. My excitement level is 0. Like Ive said in my previous posts, if we dont spike all over the place, this is not a breakout. Just a mere controlled accent to suck in more suckers that probably got better grades than myself in school:)

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:30am

Invasion USA?

Lots of talk of about this here so I thought I would remind folks of our secret weapon just to calm your fears.

surfeitndearth George Clooney
Aug 16, 2012 - 11:34am

@ Xty... BoC Reserves

Canada has less than 4 metric tonnes, unless it's stored at the NY Fed, of course. Maybe Steve and Angela will chat about that. ;-)

BillAuAg Puck Smith
Aug 16, 2012 - 11:38am

"That 13 minute move is pure far left thinking."

Half truths are the code of the left

The gulf between conservatives and the left is so vast no one can see the other side.

The left is building to a civil war, the hate and lies intended to divide. So be it.

BillAuAg Puck Smith
Aug 16, 2012 - 11:38am

"That 13 minute move is pure far left thinking."

Half truths are the code of the left

The gulf between conservatives and the left is so vast no one can see the other side.

The left is building to a civil war, the hate and lies intended to divide. So be it.

Short Stack
Aug 16, 2012 - 11:40am

Revisit the Beatles - Number Nine video

Listening to the # 9 above for old times sake when it suddenly hit me. The last U.S. President that everyone agrees was a great President was JFK.

Now, count the number of Presidents we've had since then. Obama is number nine.

The Number Nine song is on the Beatles album Helter Skelter. Helter Skelter is referencing a time when all hell breaks loose.

Were the Beatles on to something prophetic or have I smoked too many "J's" in my youth ? Time will tell.

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:42am

@Brad Pitts

Thanks for your response! But quite frankly that site tends to show that continuity of power was more central to the republic than the vote. And I quote.

"Hamilton and the other founders believed that the electors would be able to insure that only a qualified person becomes President. They believed that with the Electoral College no one would be able to manipulate the citizenry. It would act as check on an electorate that might be duped. Hamilton and the other founders did not trust the population to make the right choice."

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:52am

MintChip: ‘The Evolution of Currency’

Doorway to the Mark of the Beast

by SGT,

The Royal Canadian Mint recently introduced the MintChip and they say “it’s better than cash.”

MintChip stores your money in digital bites. A the promotional video touts, “Today’s digital economy is changing faster than ever. And currency has to change too… Money as we know it, is fine, for today. But tomorrow is a different story. MintChip is currency in a digital form. Using a chip you securely load value onto a smart phone, USB device, tablet or cloud, MintChip is better than cash.”

brad_pitts_betterlooking_brother Mr.Grey
Aug 16, 2012 - 11:54am

mr grey

right. because even back then while forming this great country they foresaw the fraudulent tactics that could be bestowed on its populace.

remember, back then they didn't have 1/100th of the communication options available today. it would be even easier to dupe the regular joe then than now. hamilton knew that the average joe (of his day especially) would have little to no knowledge of how corruption could permeate politics.

consider that despite that they did put in place a method of the public electing its governors. the electoral college was their chosen way to protect its citizens, not dominate them.

since then of course the constitution itself has been whittled away at to the point that today you can hardly recognize that we supposedly live under its freedoms. so obviously there are other methods than manipulating the vote to find ways to tyrannize its people. we needn't count the ways though. i got stuff to do.

i am always amazed at the foresight and wisdom these old guys from the 18th century had. but they can't be here to hold our hands.

freedom ain't free. we as a people aren't doing enough to hold it.

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:54am
Aug 16, 2012 - 11:55am


That is likely not a palladium infestation. Try Hartz Flea & Tick shampoo instead. Flea-atio? (((ducking)))

Grigeo Eric Original
Aug 16, 2012 - 11:56am

Hey Eric

"Was it this one that bothered you so?" - No, neither of those videos bothered me in the least.

It was your "response" to Mr. Fix - "Uh...yeah. Step away from the internet for a while. You've got your tin foil hat screwed on a little too tight."

It is intellectually lazy to throw the "tin foil hat" insult at someone. It is cruel, and it is NOT funny to imply that someone is not in his right mind. Yes, Mr. Fix was big enough to come back and post after saying "no big deal." It is a big deal, and there is a dust up, and then fingers are pointed at the people that react to the insult.

And it is the trump card of the Soviets and every communist regime - declaring your opponent "insane". No need for the formalities of a courtroom trial. Governments can lock up their enemies in an insane asylum with no recourse to appeal. The horror for all of Eastern Europe that we abandoned after WWII.

This type of insult is NOT funny, and we would all get a long better around here if it stopped.

Aug 16, 2012 - 11:57am

Wynter Benton?

I know old Wynter disappeared with a whimper, but it sure was fun when she was around.

Aug 16, 2012 - 12:00pm

This was not me, but i sense a fellow Turdite's boating skills:

A 37-year-old woman is alive and safe after being stranded on a Yukon lake, alone in a small boat that was taking on water, for at least two days.

RCMP said they rescued the woman on Monday afternoon, after she was spotted by a pilot who was flying over Lake Laberge, located about 50 kilometres north of Whitehorse.

"It certainly was unusual, but we're happy it came to a happy conclusion," Sgt. Don Rogers told CBC News Tuesday in Whitehorse.


The Cremation of Sam McGee

There are strange things done in the midnight sun
By the men who moil for gold;
The Arctic trails have their secret tales
That would make your blood run cold;
The Northern Lights have seen queer sights,
But the queerest they ever did see
Was that night on the marge of Lake Lebarge
I cremated Sam McGee.

Robert Service (1874-1958)

Aug 16, 2012 - 12:02pm

@Brad Pitt

We do not disagree. Have a good day!

Aug 16, 2012 - 12:04pm

ty mr. g

and you too, sir.

Aug 16, 2012 - 12:05pm


Chuck Norris is so bad....

He can divide by zero...

Aug 16, 2012 - 12:10pm


Sorry you missed last again.

new thread

145Bluesman Tube
Aug 16, 2012 - 12:11pm


Chuck Norris can beat up Canada....with his chin.

Aug 16, 2012 - 12:17pm

Ecuador's Vital Interests ?

If Ecuador has discovered a vital national interest in giving Julius Assange (sp?), of Wikileaks, assylum .... they should have no problem expropriating Mines and Oil Wells ! How desperate those little Latin jerk offs are to get noticed on the world stage .... and I know my clowns ! Monedas 1929 Comedy Jihad South America Take It Away PS: Dag Tag ! I suffer from a condition called Palladio .... I like to lick my Palladium !


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