A2A with James Turk

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A tremendous and very informative webinar earlier today with the great James Turk of GoldMoney. We covered a lot of ground in 45 minutes and you absolutely must give this a listen.

Some of the topics covered include:

  • An update on the Bitgold--GoldMoney merger
  • The physical gold situation in London and around the world
  • The dangerous financial situation of the major European banks
  • The future of the US dollar as both an international and domestic currency
  • How a Saudi depeg and move away from the "petrodollar" might affect the US dollar

And much, much more. Again, please give this recording your time and attention and thank again to James for sharing his wisdom and insights with all of us.

TF

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Safety Dantexmex66
Jan 23, 2016 - 12:00pm

texmex66

I responded to you via personal message. let me know if you didn't get it.

Safety Dan

Orange
Jan 23, 2016 - 7:12am

Important Message

I encourage all of you to read this message. We certainly need the help.

https://beforeitsnews.com/paranormal/2016/01/alien-message-to-mankind-do-you-wish-that-we-show-up-3-2502966.html?currentSplittedPage=0

Edit: wow, really need to read this once and then again slowly and let it sink in.

texmex66Safety Dan
Jan 22, 2016 - 11:52pm

@ Safety Dan Re: Please Read, Watch And Learn

How do i order this from the USA? Went to your website and it is for the Philippines.

Thanks,

66

ag1969
Jan 22, 2016 - 2:01pm

Mickey

I hear ya. The local crack dealer is not exactly hurting for customers either. That does not make selling them crack ethical, just because they want it. What he doesn't do is pass it off as "medicine."

Edit: It is difficult for people to not "ask their doctor" for drugs when every third commercial on TV is telling them to "ask their doctor" for drugs. It is all part of the programming.

Edit 2: LMAO, tofu is made of soy. Over 90% of the soybeans in the U.S. GMO. This can hardly be considered healthy for anyone that considers them self human. Soy is downright toxic.

Mickeyag1969
Jan 22, 2016 - 1:17pm

AG1969 and others

I have a friend, a Doctor who when he was young he believed in natural cures and he did baby deliveries at home. Zero problems (but the tofu got to me when they made their deserts with tofu)

Anyway as his career progressed he had to join the establishment--if not he could not get insurance, licensing was an issue. He still tries as much to do things his way but if you speak with him doctors jump to early conclusions to administer drugs. The patients want it.

MiningJunkie
Jan 22, 2016 - 12:14pm

BTFD!

After three down weeks, stocks will rally for awhile. NEVER sell an RSI under 20.

James CrightonDoctor J
Jan 22, 2016 - 12:14pm

@Dr J - rhetoric

Dr. J - rhetoric - I have a vague idea what it is but would shy away from offering a definition. Bearing in mind your training, position and established place as a worthy contributor on this board, would you be prepared to post your particular definition?

sincerely

jc

Antony von Clearwell
Jan 22, 2016 - 10:47am

Something weird happening

Gold up....silver up... Usdjpy up, oil up like there is no tomorrow, yet stocks rolling over...

Whole the world is rallying but somehow dow and sp500 are not convinced.

What am I missing? Stimilus promises from the Fed?

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Danforth Coxwell
Jan 22, 2016 - 10:39am
Safety Dan
Jan 22, 2016 - 10:31am

Two Presidents, Two naval

Two Presidents, Two naval battles

By Mike Ford

Last week, a caller into the Mark Levin show, brought up an incident I had almost forgotten about. The caller, a retired US Navy Commander, brought up Operation Praying Mantis, President Ronald Reagan's response to Iranian belligerence in the Persian Gulf. This incident was a clear contrast to how President Obama deals with Iran.

In April, 1988, a U.S. warship struck a mine in the Persian Gulf, resulting in severe damage, but happily, no loss of life. Upon discovery that the mine had been placed by the Iranians, President Reagan determined that a swift, firm response was called for. Thus happened, Operation Praying Mantis, a short 4 days after the incident.

During this quick, focused response, the United States Navy attacked with carrier based aircraft, a number of frigates, and some SEAL teams. At the end of the fight, the Iranian forces had lost a frigate, a gunboat, 2 speedboats, 2 oil/gun platforms destroyed and 1 frigate damaged--in contrast to 1 U.S. helicopter lost along with its 3 man crew.

According to the caller who was serving aboard one of the U.S. frigates, the Surface Action Group (SAG) his frigate was a part of, sailed past the damaged Iranian frigate after the battle was over. The sailors aboard the Iranian vessel all "lined up in ranks on the deck, with their life vests on," clearly hoping the U.S. vessel wouldn't fire upon them again.

Here is part of the end result of that battle 28 years ago, the Iranian frigate Sahand, totally engulfed and about to sink.

Contrast that demonstration of U.S power and resolve with this photo of U.S. Sailors on their knees:

Which of the above would Khameni, Putin, Kim, or Xi rather deal with?

Last week, a caller into the Mark Levin show, brought up an incident I had almost forgotten about. The caller, a retired US Navy Commander, brought up Operation Praying Mantis, President Ronald Reagan's response to Iranian belligerence in the Persian Gulf. This incident was a clear contrast to how President Obama deals with Iran.

In April, 1988, a U.S. warship struck a mine in the Persian Gulf, resulting in severe damage, but happily, no loss of life. Upon discovery that the mine had been placed by the Iranians, President Reagan determined that a swift, firm response was called for. Thus happened, Operation Praying Mantis, a short 4 days after the incident.

During this quick, focused response, the United States Navy attacked with carrier based aircraft, a number of frigates, and some SEAL teams. At the end of the fight, the Iranian forces had lost a frigate, a gunboat, 2 speedboats, 2 oil/gun platforms destroyed and 1 frigate damaged--in contrast to 1 U.S. helicopter lost along with its 3 man crew.

According to the caller who was serving aboard one of the U.S. frigates, the Surface Action Group (SAG) his frigate was a part of, sailed past the damaged Iranian frigate after the battle was over. The sailors aboard the Iranian vessel all "lined up in ranks on the deck, with their life vests on," clearly hoping the U.S. vessel wouldn't fire upon them again.

Here is part of the end result of that battle 28 years ago, the Iranian frigate Sahand, totally engulfed and about to sink.

Contrast that demonstration of U.S power and resolve with this photo of U.S. Sailors on their knees:

Which of the above would Khameni, Putin, Kim, or Xi rather deal with?


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