A2A with Bill Holter

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Wow, this was a great A2A! When you have time, be sure to listen to the entire recording. You won't be disappointed.

Over the course of this hour long discussion, Bill offers opinions and insights on a variety of topics including:

  • The recent release of the "Panama Papers" and subsequent truth bombs that may be on the way
  • The impossibility of accurately predicting a dollar price for gold after the expected reset
  • Chinese involvement in physical metal accumulation as well as paper metal manipulation
  • Whether "the rally you don't sell" has begun and silver's potential upside

And MUCH, MUCH more. Again, please be sure to give this a thorough listen. You might also forward the link to family and friends once the Vault restriction is lifted tomorrow.

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Mariposa de OroUulaBear
Apr 8, 2016 - 12:59am

Thanks to you and imfd

Thanks to you and imfd

tyberious
Apr 8, 2016 - 12:23am

SDR

I've tried to wrap my head around this. Ok SDR basket of currencies, check. Central Banks' balance sheet full, check. Central Banks print national currencies, check. Major Central Banks' currencies will eventually hyperinflation, all fiat does, check!

Now, here is where yours' truly get loss. How the hell do you issue multiple hyper inflated currencies in a basket, and why would they have worth?

Seems to me that they would be repackaging multiple species of animal dung and and calling it a chocolate bar!

Good luck was that!

UulaBear
Apr 8, 2016 - 12:10am

Re: Off Topic Queaton

https://us3.campaign-archive2.com/?u=a761d26d77d6eef6d0000f00c&id=3d2b8578f4&e=e1c0771b94

hopefully the link worked. I've never posted a link here and my computer IQ is quite low. ;-P

I don't want 80% of my profits taken by someone who take 0% risk. They also make money off me if I lose money with them.

Im sure there are many here who know much more about the 401K then I do.

Uula

AIJ
Apr 8, 2016 - 12:09am
tyberious
Apr 7, 2016 - 11:58pm

Perfect Storm for Oil Started

Perfect Storm for Oil Started on Schedule and Continues to Build

by David Haggith, GoldSeek:

The perfect storm I predicted against the price of oil in the Ides of March has not fully developed, but all the forces I spoke of are continuing to build. The balmy days that prevailed for oil prices in early March have gone away, replaced by a downdraft that is once again suppressing prices more and more since their peak in mid-March. The storm’s breezes can now be felt in prices that have relinquished 40% of their earlier gains, and the clouds are becoming more apparent to all.

Prices had one of their worst days of the year on Friday of last week and drifted marginally lower again on Monday of this week, stabilizing some on Tuesday. Friday’s pounding came because Saudi Arabia announced it would not participate in the oil supply freeze that it negotiated with Russia since Iran is not going to join the freeze.

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tyberious
Apr 7, 2016 - 11:54pm

The Fed’s Policy Nightmare:

The Fed’s Policy Nightmare: How to Raise Rates Without Killing the Big Banks

by Pam Martens and Russ Martens, Wall Street On Parade:

If anyone needs one more reason to break up the mega banks on Wall Street, simply look at what happened following the Federal Reserve’s quarter of a percentage point rate hike on December 16 of last year. On that date, the Fed moved off its seven year zero interest rate policy (ZIRP), which had been a bonanza for the banks and a starvation plan for seniors living on fixed income investments like Treasury notes and CDs, and raised its benchmark rate by a quarter of a percentage point to between 0.25 percent and 0.50 percent from its former 0.0 to 0.25 percent.

The following then happened in short order in 2016:

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tyberious
Apr 7, 2016 - 11:53pm

Israeli Security and False

Israeli Security and False Flag Terror – A Remarkable Love Story

by Juan Matus, Zen Gardner:

If your elected officials were really serious in solving the so-called terror problem, they would not take away more of your freedoms and rights. No, the first and most logical action they would take is the immediate firing of the Israeli-owned company called International Consultants on Targeted Security (ICTS) and take away their legal permits to do any more activity in the security branch.

ICTS has a unique record of consistent failure of managing the security, exactly the core element of their activities. In a normal world and during a real criminal investigation all current and past ICTS officials and employees would be obligated to cooperate in an in depth investigation into their work methods, especially during the numerous acts of “muslim terror” that are succeeding cum laude mainly due to the apparently NON security work methods of ICTS. Due to the miserable, shameful and suspicious performance of this shady enterprise run by security experts (failures), we were able to witness yet another astounding successful “terrorist attack” on the airport of Zaventem, Brussels. And as is usual during terror attacks, ICTS handles the security operations at Brussels airport, the scene of the latest bomb attack.

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tyberious
Apr 7, 2016 - 11:52pm

The US Just Declared Russia A

The US Just Declared Russia A Greater Threat Than ISIS — Paving The Way For Deadly Perpetual War

by Matt Agorist, Activist Post:

Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Colonel Karen Kwiatkowski recently offered pertinent insight in an interview with RT about why Russia continues to be so vilified by the Pentagon and American media alike:

The Pentagon needs and wants Russia to be the next big enemy that they are arming against it, budgeting against it, that they are targeting. Certainly, we have talked for a long time about China and China plays an important role as the enemy of choice for the U.S. military. But Russia is ideal in part, because we don’t import a lot of things from Russia, in part because we don’t have the debt relationship with Russia that we do with China. So, Russia makes for a very convenient enemy for the Pentagon in terms of its mission, its budgeting, and its intelligence organization.

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imfd
Apr 7, 2016 - 11:52pm

Off topic question

Tell them that as their 401k is reduced in value in the coming years by 50% or more, your holding will increase by 100% or more, I`m being conservative imho.

tyberious
Apr 7, 2016 - 11:51pm

World War Two Was a Charade –

World War Two Was a Charade – The Proof!

Martin Bormann was a Rothschild Agent — Damning Evidence

from Henry Makow, The Phaser:

Martin Bormann, the man who signed Hitler’s pay checks and knew everything about the Nazi war effort, was an Allied spy. The book “Op JB” (1996) by John Ainsworth-Davis describes in detail his rescue by the British from the ruins of Berlin in April 1945.

This book is the smoking gun that proves the Second World War was a charade. While most Nazis were sincere, the movement was sponsored and controlled at the top by the Masonic Jewish bankers in order to start a war to kill “goyim” patriots on both sides and advance world government. Non-Illuminati Jews were also sacrificed in this evil agenda.The only thing that made me doubt this account was that Simon & Schuster published it amid great fanfare and a large advance. However, I have come across an account of the circumstances of publication which authenticates Ainsworth-Davis’ story.

Read More @ ThePhaser.com

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