A2A with John Titus

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John Titus is the publisher of the YouTube channel, "Best Evidence". His recent works have included extraordinary documentaries on subjects such as The Financial Crisis and the lack of criminal prosecutions in the years since. His latest production, "All The Plenary's Men" will be released on Friday.

Most readers of TFMR are familiar with John's work. His documentaries have covered...

  • The lies of The Fed:

  • The deception of the FOMC:

  • And the utter corruption of the US DoJ:

John's new production deals with the corruptive power held by the Bank of International Settlements and its agents. Its title is "All The Plenary's Men" and, once it's released on Friday, it will be embedded below.

Ahead of the release, it was great to visit directly with John about his work and I think you'll find this to be a fascinating and thought-provoking podcast.

TF


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Rakka's picture

1st in Japan

Ohayo boys & girls

infometron's picture

Two much

"You can't handle the twoth!"

As for the truth, more of that will be forthcoming tomorrow! (For a second time) Catch up on John's previous illuminating and enlightening documentaries here:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLvRDyn_rVvZ7RRwdcEiJGw

Titus: Let there be light...

argentuman's picture

TOID for TITUS

Love this man.  Now to listen.

Harley's picture

4th

I'll keep stacking at 4th! laugh
 
& John Titus is awesome!

LP's picture

Cinco

Hold the de Mayo

AIJ's picture

SLV Leaps

It's gota be getting close to buy some SLV long term calls.....

chocolatechiphorses's picture

More Gold Refiners Involved in Scandal?

20 minute video

Interesting comment in the comment section.

This is having an affect on my LCS. They buy gold off the street on a regular basis, and when they have too much of it in stock they sell to NTR Metals. Apparently NTR is lowering their price point for purchasing gold by enough of an amount that it is going to affect the business relationship between them and the LCS in an adverse way. The guy that runs the shopped (older man) seemed quite shocked and befuddled at the new price point and seemed very concerned about his ability to purchase gold off the street moving forward.

Marcus's picture

Titus is top-notch

Now to listen.

brentb's picture

Craig on Silver

Craig, since we are not going to to have a podcast tonight what do you think about silver.  With the chart break down are there any price turnaround levels that you see in the Silver chart. Have they, or they may not have exhausted their short covering for the moment in this run as they have gone down to the last seconds of the session. Are they just preparing for the BLSBS tomorrow morning? Thanks

marchas45's picture

Got To Catch Up

Been busy the last few days. Keep Stacking

Outback's picture

Another BEATING DAY

I sure hope no one has THIER retirement future invested

in Miners, because if you do, your going to be on the street at 

Retirement holding a sign up "Anything Helps"

another BEATING TODAY. It ain't NEVER GOING

to STOP in my OPINION.

lakedweller2's picture

Titus

He agrees that jail is the answer...but there is no US Agency to prosecute.  

H8Fiat's picture

Outback

Yes, should I make the sign out of metal or cardboard?  Maybe silver and gold since it's so plentiful.

H8

Markedtofuture's picture

Democrats exploring lawsuit against Trump

Senate Democrats are exploring a lawsuit against President Trump on the grounds that his vast business empire has created conflicts of interest that violate the Constitution.

The effort is being led by Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), who has had preliminary discussions with several senators about the idea.

Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) confirmed Blumenthal has pitched the idea of a lawsuit, but stressed that no decision has been made.

"I'm yielding to him on the legal issues. I'm not a constitutional scholar on standing, so if he can figure out a way to do it, I'm rooting for him," he said.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), the ranking member of the Judiciary Committee, said her committee colleague Blumenthal “is leading an effort, asking each one of us to contribute an amount of money for a court case.” 

http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/senate/330996-democrats-exploring-lawsuit-against-trump

abundance's picture

what a awful joke..wonder if Feinstein abstrained from

legislation because of family ties...

Outback's picture

H8Fiat

Not going to say you are wrong, BUT have been around 

these markets for 50 years. If you are on the right side, 

you wonder if it will ever stop. But if you are on the 

WRONG side, it feels like it will never end.  I just 

FEEL we are on the WRONG side  this time. At my age, 

78, do NOT believe I will see it change for my good.

just glad I have my monthly income NOT dictated on what

The metals will do in the NEXT 5 years.

as far as turd goes, he has time. Still young and 

If he does not suffer Bad health on all the STRESS

this Shit is causing him. By the time he reaches my age he 

just might  have made it. I wish him luck.

lakedweller2's picture

Lawsuit

Silly shit.  They are Senators.  Hold hearings. All BS.

Chiron's picture

The reality is depressing

Seriously, when can this end with central banks providing a constant "put"?  They are rotating in the batters box and then juicing on the side.

Outback's picture

Lost TEETH

just finished my daily numbers on how I track 

the Miners. FEEL like I have LOST ALL MY TEETH.

the last 7 trading days. HAVE BEEN UGLY.

AngryCitizen's picture

Don't Forget To BTFD!

Tis a gift, I say!

canary's picture

Harvey Organ seems to be optimistic

In silver, the total open interest FELL BY A LESS THAN EXPECTED 7,533  contracts DOWN to 207,249 WITH THE SMALL LOSS IN PRICE ( 23 CENTS) WITH RESPECT TO YESTERDAY’S TRADING.  FOR THE PAST FEW YEARS WE HAVE NOTICED THAT THE OPEN INTEREST IN AN ACTIVE MONTH COLLAPSES AS WE APPROACH FIRST DAY NOTICE.  WE NOW KNOW THAT THE MAJORITY OF THE LIQUIDATION RECEIVE AN EFP CONTRACT IN A FUTURE MONTH PLUS FIAT BONUS.  WE HAVE BEEN WITNESSING THIS SAME PATTERN NOW FOR AT LEAST THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS.  i THINK WE HAD NEGLIGIBLE SHORT COVERING BY THE BANKS.

Comex options expiry: LBMA/OTC options Friday morning at around 11am. The price of the precious metals should begin to rise once first day notice is over. Also the open interest on silver will rise.

lakedweller2's picture

Criminals

What would a criminal do.  This is not fundamentals or technicals, but theft.   They want your money, your physical and your shares

This isn't the first time they have done a 100+% retracement. Balance that against an 8 year uncorrected general market during a period of economic disaster. Debt problem tomorrow.  Don't be surprised  if metals hit some more

This is not about value but perceptions of value.  Who decides the perceptions.

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Corvus Gold Receives Sulfide Gold Recovery of +90% Using AAO

Allied Nevada needed to file BK & go private to get their circuit working?

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Apr 27, 2017) - Corvus Gold Inc. ("Corvus" or the "Company") - (KOR.TO)(CORVF) announces the initial results from testing the Atmospheric Alkaline Oxidation ("AAO") method of oxidizing sulfide mineralization for low cost cyanide gold extraction (Figure 1). Initial results of the AAO method for oxidizing sulfide material resulted in overall gold recoveries of approximately 93% from milled material in the Sierra Blanca tuff (largest host unit), which is comparable to oxidized milled material recoveries in the current production plan. Results for the remaining three units are pending. Estimated additional operational cost to the mill material for the AAO process would raise the mill cutoff grade to approximately 0.65 g/t.

The current North Bullfrog model has several areas below the current designed pit bottom that could be mined at above the projected sulfide mill cutoff grade. Further test work is on going for both mill material as well as heap leach testing of lower grade material using the AAO process.

To view the figure associated with this press release, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/corvu0426.pdf

The AAO process has been extensively tested at the Hycroft project in northern Nevada where a pilot scale demonstration plant has been operated as well as test heap leach pads confirming the effectiveness of the processing technique. The AAO process has been included in the recent feasibility study done for the Hycroft project for commercial application.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/corvus-gold-receives-sulfide-gold-120000203.html

canary's picture

@Chiron...When can this end?...for gold

When Central Banks give us the first signal about their policy reversal.

As for the S&P...I need a higher IQ to tell.

Dirt_Reynolds's picture

Yes Mr. Titus.

It is interplantary... at least.

#keepstacking

Marcrward's picture

I birthed a new silver stacker

Today!

He could be a big one and has a network of like minded individuals, nfl linemen.

Markedtofuture's picture

Congress Refers Hillary's Private Server Company To DOJ

Last September we were among the first to note that Hillary's "Oh Shit Guy" (a.k.a Paul Combetta), who was responsible for wiping her private server clean with BleachBit despite acknowledging he was aware of a Congressional subpoena demanding the preservation of all records, was looking like he would be the 'fall guy' to take the blame for Hillary's various federal crimes. 

For those of you who "do not recall" all of the specifics of Platte River's involvement in the Hillary email scandal, here are a couple of refresher posts

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-04-27/oh-shit-congress-refers-hillarys-private-server-company-doj-prosecution

Pug Nuggets's picture

Being Picayne

Access to Access = A 2 A. 

Being a court reporter, I just gotta know.  Is Infometron pronounced "Info-MET-tron" how Turd says it, or is it "In-FO-metron" the way I say it when I read it? 

Sometimes people put the wrong accent on the wrong sil-la-bal. 

boomer sooner's picture

All I can do is shake my head.

The State is becoming rediculous.

http://reason.com/blog/2017/04/26/after-challenging-red-light-cameras-oreg After Challenging Red Light Cameras, Oregon Man Fined $500 for Practicing Engineering Without a License"

Anyone should be allowed to talk about the traffic signals without being penalized," says Mats Järlström. He's suing the board.

Eric Boehm|Apr. 26, 2017 9:40 am

Institute for JusticeWhen Mats Järlström's wife got snagged by one of Oregon's red light cameras in 2013, he challenged the ticket by questioning the timing of the yellow lights at intersections where cameras had been installed.

Since then, his research into red light cameras has earned him attention in local and national media—in 2014, he presented his evidence on an episode of "60 Minutes"—and an invitation to present at last year's annual meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.

It also got him a $500 fine from the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying.

According to the board, Järlström's research into red light cameras and their effectiveness amounts to practicing engineering without a license. No, really. Järlström had sent a letter to the board in 2014 asking for the opportunity to present his research on how too-short yellow lights were making money for the state by putting the public's safety at risk. "I would like to present these fact for your review and comment," he wrote.

Instead of inviting him to present, the board threatened him. Citing state laws that make it illegal to practice engineering without a license, the board told Järlström that even calling himself an "electronics engineer" and the use of the phrase "I am an engineer" in his letter were enough to "create violations."

Apparently the threats weren't enough, because the board follow-up in January of this year by officially fining Järlström $500 for the supposed crime of "practicing engineering without being registered."

Järlström is now suing the state board over that fine, arguing that it's unconstitutional to prevent someone from doing math without the government's permission. He's getting support from the Institute for Justice, a national libertarian law firm.

"Criticizing the government's engineering isn't a crime; it's a constitutional right," said Sam Gedge, an attorney at the Institute for Justice, in a statement. "Under the First Amendment, you don't need to be a licensed lawyer to write an article critical of a Supreme Court decision, you don't need to be a licensed landscape architect to create a gardening blog, and you don't need to be a licensed engineer to talk about traffic lights."

The notion that it's somehow illegal for Järlström to call himself an engineer is absurd. He has a degree in electrical engineering from Sweden, worked as an airplane camera mechanic in the Swedish Air Force, and has worked in a variety of technical jobs since immigrating to the United States in 1992. In Oregon, though, all that matters is whether he has a state-issued license.

As crazy as Järlström's story is, it's not the first time the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying has been overly aggressive about enforcing their rules for who is and who is not an engineer.

According to the lawsuit, the state board investigated Portland City Commissioner Dan Saltzman in 2014 for publishing a campaign pamphlet that mentioned Saltzman's background as an "environmental engineer." Saltzman has a bachelor's degree in environmental and civil engineering from Cornell University, a master's degree from MIT's School of Civil Engineering, and is a membership of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

What he isn't, though, is a licensed engineer in the state of Oregon.

According to Järlström's lawsuit, the board spent more than a year investigating Saltzman's background before voting to issue an official "warning" against using the word engineer incorrectly.

In another case, the state board investigated a Republican gubernatorial candidate for using the phrase "I'm an engineer and a problem-solver" in a campaign ad. The candidate in question, Allen Alley, had a degree in engineering from Purdue University and worked as an engineer for Boeing (and, of course, wasn't trying to lie about his lack of an Oregon-issued licensed but merely was making a freaking campaign ad), but

It doesn't stop there. In 2010, the state board issued a $1,000 fine for illegally practicing engineering to a local activist who told the La Pine, Oregon, city council that a proposed new power plant would be too loud for nearby residents.

The board once investigated Portland Monthly magazine for running a story that described a young immigrant woman as "an engineer behind Portland's newest bridge." The woman in the story did not describe herself as an engineer, but the magazine's editors included that description in the headline, the board concluded.

Järlström's lawsuit isn't seeking any monetary damages. He only wants a judicial order telling the state state board to stop violating the free speech rights of Oregonians.

"Anyone should be allowed to talk about the traffic signals—if they're too long or too short or anything—without being penalized," Järlström says.

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Part Deu

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