Guest Post: "DeutscheBank Turns State's Evidence; The Floodgates Are Now Open", By Rory Hall of The Daily Coin

Sat, Apr 16, 2016 - 9:55pm

Rory called late Friday and asked for an interview. We were happy to oblige. The audio here is straightforward and presicent and I strongly encourage you to listen.

Craig Hemke: Silver & Gold – DB Turns States Evidence, The Flood Gates Are Now Open!

by · April 16, 2016

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The tinfoil hatters have once again prevailed. What has been called theory turns to fact, once again. It seems the people, citizen journalist, market analyst and financial advisors, that actually do the necessary research and present an alternative view are being vindicated on an almost daily basis. All of the naysayers will now have to put down the kool-aid and take another look at what is being reported on the internet. While there are equal amounts of garbage to offset the truly great information, isn’t it the same with mainstream media? Is there any difference in what we see on TeeVee or hear on the radio – equal parts garbage balanced with great information?

With the revelation of Deutsche Bank (DB) admitting, in a court of law, their bank has been manipulating both silver and gold markets for several years. This is one of the biggest stories of our life time and the mainstream media is completely mute on this subject. It goes right to the heart of the opening paragraph. Why would the mainstream media be completely silent on this topic?

Craig Hemke, TFMetals Report, has been following, analyzing and reporting on these rigged markets for close to a decade. His tireless efforts and painstaking determination has shown time and again the blatant criminality in the precious metals markets. While he has learned their movements, and put this information to work for himself, and the Turdites, to turn a handsome profit, it does not take away from the criminality.

Oh, and as you will hear, this was recorded on Friday April 15, 2016 Craig said the “flood gate of lawsuits was now open” is the confirmation on Saturday April 16, 2016 of Craig said was going to happen.

Billion Dollar Lawsuits Filed Following Deutsche Bank’s Admission Of Gold, Silver Rigging

Overnight, two class action lawsuits seeking $1 billion in damages on behalf of Canadian gold and silver investors were launched in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.

I spoke with Craig about the situation with DB and the implications for the markets and our world.

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Apr 18, 2016 - 6:44pm

Canadian healthcare

Just try to find yourself a GP in Quebec.

The quality of healthcare in Quebec has gone downhill, continuously, since medicare was established.

Hordes of self-serving bureaucrats hiring more and more bureaucrats, leaving less and less $ with which to pay for doctors, MRIs etc, prescription drugs, etc, etc. Hospitals falling apart and are now considered as the place to go when you are tired of living. If what you got don't kill you, the hospital surely will.

When medicare was first put in place, I found myself needing to see a doc for an infection. I dropped by the office of one nearby, waited 5 or 10 minutes, then saw the doc, got a priscription for antibiotics, a shot in the arse, and was done in 15 minutes. Had to pay him $5 for the shot, which he put in his pocket....I didn't care.

Now? I would have to go to some clinic and wait several hours for the same thing. Wouldn't cost me $5 though. Or, I would wait til 2 AM and go to hospital emergency dept to try and avoid part of the 2 day wait.

Government means bureaucrats, and all they ever do is complicate something working well into something hopelessly screwed up.

Before medicare there were family doctors, and house calls, and clean hospitals with friendly, efficient doctors and nurses. Not the disease infested ruins full of totally stressed out, totally overworked staff, with a Dr Mengeles style receptionist/triage person in emergency (you live, or you wait).

I have many friends and relatives (multi-generational) who are nurses, and they are not happy AT ALL with the health care system as it is today. Many of the best doctors and nurses have "fled" to other countries, like ummmmmm....USA, so they can make a living.

My mother's GP on medicare gave her a "referral" to see some specialist or another, every freaking time she had a checkup. Take the bus all over hell's half-acre, once a month, summer or winter, when she was in her late 80s, and there wasn't anything wrong with her!! Just a freaking cash-cow for an inept quack! Find another doctor? Hahahahahhahahahhahaha....what a freaking joke. It took 10 years to finally get her another doctor. Bureaucrats will assign you one (in a decade or so), if you are unable to spend several hours each and every day, for weeks or months, on the phone trying to find a doctor within 10 miles who can take you as his patient. This is in the City!...not in the rural countryside.

With many aunts and cousins who are nurses, and friends who WERE doctors in Canada, and all my own experience, all the above is my opinion of what happens when gov runs healthcare.

This is what you folks in the US can look forward to in the years to come, as the useless bureaucrats insinuate themselves into your healthcare system, and "streamline" or "improve" it to destruction.

Then we can ALL go to Cuba or India when we get sick.

edit: To be fair, I have to add this. Why does Cuba healthcare work so well, if it is gov-run. Gov prestige? I don't know.

Apr 18, 2016 - 8:58pm

Quebec Healthcare

Apparently, there's an underground railroad of Americans who 'sneak' into Canada and present themselves at clinics for free health care. I guess they don't mind the wait or perhaps, Quebec has problems that extend beyond that of the rest of the country. Perhaps they just don't like being treated in a free enterprise system back home. I don't know.

I do know a (ex)Canadian doctor, now practicing in Texas, who left the country years ago for some of the reasons you described. He will retire soon a very, very wealthy man. That doesn't mean he wouldn't have retired a multi-millionaire had he stayed and practiced in Canada, he just didn't like working within a government funded system and he hated Canadian taxation.

It really does come down to the numbers. Producing a doctor or engineer or other highly educated professional is a very expensive process and having them leave for richer fields in other countries as soon as they're qualified would be a great loss to any society. I think US doctors would be less inclined to flee to Malaysia or some such, seeking greater wealth, in the event of America adopting a system similar to that of Canada. But, I suppose it's possible.

I'm disappointed to learn of the problems you are experiencing in Quebec. I think you might see an improvement once the US has a functioning system in place. As I mentioned earlier, the national bill for health care per capita in the US far exceeds anywhere else in the world and yet, unlike Canada, not everyone is able to see any doctor AT ALL regardless of the wait or inconvenience. Can you imagine the experience of knowing your mom was seriously ill and in need of a doctor but you instead administered an aspirin and hot lemonade because you couldn't afford proper medical care for her.

Apr 18, 2016 - 9:26pm


Cuban healthcare doesn't work well at all. They have lots of doctors but can't afford many meds that we take for granted. MRI's are rare in Cuba.

Apr 18, 2016 - 10:02pm

AE on Cuban Healthcare

And I wonder why that is. Could it be because of a fierce embargo on this comparatively tiny country for over 50 years by the most powerful nation in the world?

And as for the doctors, they're some of the best educated in the world. Cuban medicine is a world leader in the treatment of retinitis pigmentosa, a leading cause of blindness in the world. In fact, people from around the globe (including the US), regularly travel to Cuba to be treated for the disease.

Here's another example of Cuban medicine as published in the Huffington Post.

Since 2011, Cuba has made a vaccine that could prevent lung cancer and it is available to the public for free.

Reviews of the impact of the injection in Cuba and Europe are in the beginning stages, but early evidence has shown success, Dr. Kelvin Lee, co-leader of the Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy Program at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
1. The vaccination is known as CimaVax. It is approved for use in Cuba and Peru.

2. CimaVax increased tumor-reducing antibody production in half of its cases.

3. The vaccine works best for younger people, having an increased effectiveness in those younger than 60.

4. So far, 5,000 individuals have been given the injection.

5. The preventative measure is affordable – Cuba pays one dollar for each shot.

6. No significant side effects have been found as of yet.

7. Researchers in the United States have been looking to create similar vaccinations for lung cancer known as GVAX and BLP 25, but not as many studies have been performed on them.

8. ClimaVax creates a protein that spurs the immune system to attack a lung cancer-growing hormone, preventing the tumor from enlarging, according to ABC News.

It is a treatment for lung cancer, not a cure. The same method has shown to work in treating colon cancer and gives hope that it will also be able to treat other cancers.

Apr 18, 2016 - 10:31pm

Conclusion From Exchange of Comments

Police and Fire are to be privatized and limited to those that can pay.

Schools are to be privatized and limited to those that can pay.

Retired people must die if they are unable to amass sufficient funds from their maintenance job at the Ford Plant to cover medical, housing and food costs in retirement.

Persons with disabilities that are unable to contribute to the wealth of the oligarchs, must die at first diagnosis of the disability to not stress corporate earnings.

No highways and roads will be built or repaired as all funds for infrastructure will be dedicated to air ports for private corporate and personal jets.

All health processionals, hospitals, and medical programs will be private without gov supplement, and controlled on a pay as you go basis and not medical need. The hippocratic oath will be rescinded. Physicians have no duty of care to anyone other than those with wealth.

All tax programs will be revised whereby those without income or lower income pay a greater percentage of income than those with the capacity to pay. Those without income will be fined and if fail to pay fines, imprisoned.

There will be no public housing and for those that lost their jobs due to them being off shored, must live in tent compounds adjacent to the county jails and assist prisoners in growing GMO crops to to be fed to the lower 90% of income earners in the community.

I think this is a summary of the economic programs proposed.

I place persons on ignore that name call rather than discuss.

Some things have to be done as a group to maximize service and minimize cost. If not, the above listed options come into play.

Apr 18, 2016 - 11:13pm

@ lake

I hope your last comment was sarcasm. I literally do not see a single comment where any of those things were proposed. If you were serious, then your a fucktard and you are deliberately out to smear and slander people who don't agree with you.

Congratulations on being a dirt bag.

You say you place people on ignore who name call. Did your comment above not just slander and misrepresent over half of this board and frame us to be heartless jack wagons? You sir (if you were serious) are a giant hypocrite and you don't even know it.

Keep drinking the kool aide bro.

Apr 18, 2016 - 11:41pm


I never proposed socialism in the defined sense either. My only point from the beginning was there are some things better done as a social program such as military defense, police, fire, medical, and care for the disabled, etc. I can only conclude that if those types of "social programs" should not be for the benefit of all, then those that are opposed believe that it is the duty of social programs to make "life and death" decisions based on something other than survival of the fittest or wealth. ..more simply "the luck of the draw and elitist theory"

If you believe those types of programs that are normally considered to the function of government are not distasteful, then it looks like either those are "social programs" within a democratic government or we are all socialists... Therefore all can be called names and labeled.

If you believe those basic items are not the responsibly of governments in concert with the people, then I guess my tongue in cheek privatization thoughts become more real and the labels and name calling heads to the right with fascism, oligarchs elitist and similar terms as the general welfare of the people is not an issue.

Apr 18, 2016 - 11:58pm


It's really disease management in the West.

My wife 's mom just turned 81. She's Filipino and has only been to the Dr recently due to age related hypertension. 6 kids all born at home, never vaccinated, eats from the back yard and fish! She cooks and cleans daily.

Apr 19, 2016 - 12:01am

My final comment on this thread and subject

America is the greatest place that the world has ever seen. It is stunning in its beauty, complexity and achievement. But neither is it perfect. Having said that, I would hope that Americans never rest in our pursuit of justice and decency for all, regardless ofr color, nationality, creed or culture. We've got an unimaginably long way to go but we must persevere and prove to the world and to ourselves, that we can solve the great social problems of our day that would have otherwise destroyed us. It will be our crowning achievement.

Apr 19, 2016 - 12:03am


Thanks for some great closing thoughts. Sounds like a good place to move along.

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