TFMR Podcast - Friday, October 16


There can be little doubt that The Banks are once again preparing to smash the paper prices of gold and silver. To that end and to spread the word, this podcast has been made a FREE PUBLIC THREAD. Please, I urge you to take the time to listen to this over the weekend.

For today, we begin with a discussion of the two charts below. Here you can see a clear and present price manipulation designed to reset price lower and below the 200-day moving average before trading resumes on Sunday:

From there we take a few moments to discuss the long-term picture for the yen and the miners:

But the majority of the discussion centers upon the fraudulent, borderline criminal processes of The Comex. During the Commitment of Traders week (10/7--10/13), prices were restricted and capped as The Banks dumped longs and added shorts in order to meet new Speculator demand. This was sickeningly exaggerated this past Wednesday and Thursday as the metals finally surged through their respective moving averages. The case can be made that The Cartel Banks added over 22,000 new gold shorts as well as 6,000 new paper shorts.

Consider the following:

By creating 22,500 new contracts in just two days...almost all of them used to take a short position versus a new Speculator long...The Banks created new paper obligations for 2,250,000 ounces of "gold". The entire Comex vault structure only holds 6,704,000 ounces. So, in order to smother momentum and contain price, The Banks effectively shorted 1/3 of the entire Comex Vault in just two days.

How is this fair? How is this even legal??

And now prices are set up to get smashed again. By reviewing the latest Commitment of Traders report ( and comparing it to historical data, it's easy and logical to conclude that another coordinated, manipulative, Cartel Bank-driven price smash is right around the corner...perhaps beginning as soon as Monday. See these charts for reference:

I hope you have a safe and relaxing weekend. However, please be sure that you're mentally and financially prepared for what next week may likely bring.


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Oct 17, 2015 - 1:30am

History Rhymes

@ Stu! Epic brother Epic!

Oct 17, 2015 - 1:37am

Gold And Silver – Obama Is

Gold And Silver – Obama Is Bullish for Gold And Silver

Question for Mr Obama: Why do you prevent the Kurds from fighting ISIS terrorists?

Response: It depends on what the definition of ISIS is.

Question for Mr Obama: Why would you drop 50 tons of ammunition into the middle of a war zone, and at the same time, try to enforce gun control on US citizens?

Response: I want to stop the senseless killing in the US.

4 oz
Oct 17, 2015 - 1:51am


Oct 17, 2015 - 2:13am


Chemtrails, What's going on?

The question remains unanswered: why won't the government come clean with the chemtrails? Is it because the aluminum and other metallic substances has also been responsible for poisoning our water and air? Is it because the need to shield military, corporate and business communications was a higher priority than the wellbeing of the average people? We need answers and we need them now.

Safety Danlakedweller2
Oct 17, 2015 - 6:01am

@ Lakedweller2

From your post:

"The oath includes: " all enemies ...foreign and DOMESTIC"...that is where the ground is.. Domestic." Bold is mine.

After being in both Iraq and Afghanistan, I would tend to disagree. I witnessed several of my friends injured and killed by 'the enemy'.

Our Military's finest communicated to Obama that if we pulled out of Iraq, we would either be back or Iraq would fall into insurgents hands. That happened.

Now Obama & his crew have been again warned about Afghanistan.

I'm not here to debate the right or wrong of being in any of those or other nations. Only that 'our enemy' killed & injured our soldiers as we took that ground. Then per our leader we didn't stand our ground, thereby losing it. Under another President, he might have listened and kept Military forces in Country. Instead of losing the ground we fought and won, like Fallujah, Iraq, where I saw the most of our Military & others killed & injured. Now how many more are we going to lose retaking that ground?

Who holds Fallujah, Ramadi, Tadeem Q and Al asad all in Iraq, today? Who holds Farah, Shindad, Heland Province (Dwyer) or BGM, all in Afghanistan? Hint, it isn't Coalition or US Forces.

Safety Dan
Oct 17, 2015 - 6:22am

Outstanding Internet

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Safety Dan
Oct 17, 2015 - 6:26am

Taliban Stronger Than At Any

Taliban Stronger Than At Any Time Since 2001

May Even Be More Widespread Than BEFORE the War STARTED

The Afghanistan War is by far the longest war in American history. It’s been going on for 14 years … as long as the Civil War (4 years,), WW1 (4 years) and WW2 (6 years) COMBINED.

The Afghanistan and Iraq wars were also the most expensive wars in American history.

And yet – as the New York Times reports – the Taliban are as widespread and strong now as they werebefore we launched the war:

The Taliban insurgency has spread through more of Afghanistan than at any point since 2001, according to data compiled by the United Nations as well as interviews with numerous local officials in areas under threat.


The United Nations data suggests that the tempo of the insurgency has increased in many parts of the country where there had been little Taliban presence in the past, including some areas in the north with scant Pashtun populations.


“We have had fighting in 13 provinces of Afghanistan over the past six months, simultaneously,” President Ashraf Ghani said this month in response to criticism after the fall of Kunduz.


In all, 27 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces had some districts where the threat level was rated high or extreme.

Indeed, the strength of the Taliban may conceivably now be even higher than in 2001. Specifically, the Times notes:

The data [was] compiled in early September — even before the latest surge in violence in northern Afghanistan ….

And way back in 2012, Spiegel noted, that the Taliban was “stronger than EVER.”

So why did we launch the Afghanistan war?

After all, the Taliban offered to hand over Bin Laden.

There might have been other reasons

Postscript: It’s not just Afghanistan … recent U.S. wars have not gone well.

Oct 17, 2015 - 6:38am

Looking at the silver COT

Looking at the silver COT report - assuming it's accurate for a minute, there's enough paper specs in there to drive the price down $3+ should they be forced out and switch short again. If you weigh that up with the possible smash coming in the stock market once the month of hope has played out - perhaps we have a huge deflationary hit about to play out with a rapid, short lived dive in the silver paper price (again) - physical premiums sky rocketing as per 2008 - before a big lift off.

If the 'powers that be' have accepted that their going to allow a stock market smash as per 2008, then they will need an excuse for said crash - a fall guy if you like. There's a lot of options there now - China, Volkswagen, Deutsche Bank, Glencore etc.

Safety Dan
Oct 17, 2015 - 8:13am

China Continues To Dump US

China Continues To Dump US Debt – Mike Maloney’s Daily News Brief

China Continues To Dump US Debt - Mike Maloney's Daily News Brief

​4:39 min video

Safety Dan
Oct 17, 2015 - 8:17am

Our Own Craig Hemke Interviewed…

With gold and silver breaking above their respective 200 DMA’s, Craig Hemke joins the show, discussing:

Craig Explains Why the Potential End of the Yen’s 3 Year Downtrend Has BIG IMPLICATIONS For Gold
Gold & Silver Break Through 200 DMAs- Big Move Underway?
PHYSICAL FLOOR in Silver- Futures Prices Move From $16 to $14 back to $16, Silver Eagle Prices DONT CHANGE
Hemke Sounds the Alarm on the S&P: MAJOR Breakdown Dead Ahead?
We’re Building Towards Another Paper Fleecing: “They’re Getting Ready to F*** Everybody!”
Was This Summer the FINAL WASHOUT? Craig Explains Why He’s FINALLY Optimistic About Gold!

Building Towards Another Paper Fleecing

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