- 9/11 was an inside job done by the Anglo-American Illuminist shadow government. It was executed via the CIA and Mossad. It is part of the build up to the Satanic World War 3 Plan: Zionist West vs Muslim World. Do not be taken for a ride!
Nearly 90 Percent of Germans Do Not Believe Official 9/11 Fairy Tale
According to a survey conducted by TNS Emnid, one of the largest polling institutes in Germany, nearly 90 percent of Germans do not believe the U.S. government explanation of what happened on September 11, 2001. The poll was conducted for the German magazine World of the Miracles.
In addition to 89.5% not buying the official 9/11 story, the poll found that 73.7% of surveyed Germans believe that the Kennedy assassination was a conspiracy and nearly 80% believe the CIA conducts covert operations on German soil. In 2003, a poll conducted by Forsa for the German newspaper Die Zeit found that 31% of Germans under 30 years of age believe the attacks were an inside job.
Skepticism about the official account has increased since 2001. In 2006, a New York Times/CBS News poll revealed only 16% of Americans thought the government was telling the truth about 9/11 and the intelligence prior to the attacks. In 2004 a Zogby Poll showed that just over half of New Yorkers believed there was a cover up. In May of 2006, another Zogby poll indicated approximately half of all Americans did not believe the official version.
- Behind the scenes, Comex gold and silver futures contract are already defaulting. It is a silent default where customers are offered as much as 30% above market price to take cash instead of physical metal. Whatever, you do, make sure you purchase physical gold/silver. Do not rely on Comex’s paper gold/silver futures contract. When the breakdown comes, these paper ‘assets’ will prove to be just empty promises of delivery. You will be short-changed.
Gold and silver default scenarios
Buyers, who have legally contracted to take physical delivery of metals, are said to be accepting large, paper bribes to accept a cash settlement instead. The reasons are obvious why there has been a great deal of discussion about actual, formal “defaults” in the precious metals markets. Among those “obvious reasons” is that informal defaults are apparently already taking place in both gold and silver markets.
Beginning in the London gold market over a year ago, and now rumored to be occurring in New York’s “Comex” silver futures market, buyers who have legally contracted to take “physical delivery” of the metals they have purchased are said to be accepting large, paper bribes to accept a “cash settlement” instead.
There are many reasons for investors to take such “rumors” seriously. Empirically, we see the premiums being charged for physical bullion (even from large, established dealers) rising to levels never before seen (around the world). This strongly suggests a very tight market for bullion. This is confirmed through the anecdotal reports of both industrial users and large institutional investors (such as Sprott Asset Management) that they are having a great deal of difficulty locating any large quantities of bullion available for sale.
In theoretical terms, we are merely seeing the culmination of arrogant bankers attempting to defy the elementary laws of supply and demand for over a quarter of a century. Even those with no training in economics know the basic rule (since it is merely an expression of common sense): when prices rise, demand falls; when prices fall, demand rises.
Being both much cheaper than gold, and possessing even more superior chemical and metallurgical properties, silver was written off by those with no understanding of precious metals as merely an “industrial” commodity. As a matter of common sense, the rapid increase in industrial demand for silver must make it more “precious” rather than less so.
Illustrating this elementary logic, the combination of gross under-pricing and surging industrial demand has served to decimate global silver stockpiles and inventories. Noted silver researcher Ted Butler has estimated that global stockpiles of silver plummeted from over 6 billion ounces (fifty years ago) to approximately 1 billion ounces today. Silver is literally six times “more precious” today than it was a half-century earlier. In terms of “inventories” (the amount of silver actually available for sale today), the destruction caused by the bankers is even more apparent.
Between 1990 and 2005, global silver inventories plummeted by roughly 90%: from over 2 billion ounces to little more than 200 million ounces. Since 2005, there has been a massive inventory-sham perpetrated by the bankers and the quasi-official “keeper of records” for the gold and silver sector: GFMS and the CPM Group.
Through the farcical practice of adding the paper-bullion of silver “bullion-ETF’s” to inventories and pretending this represents “new silver”, inventories have magically “risen” by roughly 400% since then – despite the seemingly incongruous facts that silver demand has increased dramatically, while supply has remained flat.
In fact, any bullion actually held in a bullion-ETF cannot be an “inventory”, since it fails to satisfy the basic definition: it is not for sale, but rather is privately held by the unit-holders of these funds. How can the holders of such funds sleep at night, knowing that the legal “custodian” of their bullion is telling the world that their silver is “for sale”?
Secondly, these holdings of bullion-ETF’s are not “new silver” in any possible sense of those words. The bullion-ETF’s didn’t mine their own silver. They didn’t discover “secret stockpiles”, all they have done is to buy 100’s of millions of ounces of silver out of existing inventories. For the record-keepers of the silver sector to pretend that these funds are “new silver inventories” is nothing but a shell-game of the clumsiest nature.
It is because of the enormous differences between gold and silver inventories that a “default event” is likely to be much different between gold and silver. With gold bullion being principally a financial asset in global markets, it is much easier to forestall a true “failure to deliver” from occurring at the official bullion exchanges (i.e. London or New York) through the unofficial default-mechanism of “cash settlements”.
Indeed, the bankers consider this mechanism to be a “perfect solution” for the parameters of having very finite amounts of (extremely leveraged) bullion, while having access to infinite amounts of banker-paper from central bank printing presses.
In reality, as the “cash settlements” continue to get larger and more frequent, at some point one or more large holders in this banker Ponzi-scheme are going to lose their nerve, and insist on real bullion rather than paper bribes. Such an event does not need to result in an official default. It merely needs to “spook the herd”.
As word gets out of some prominent investor refusing any quantity of banker-paper in favor of physical bullion (i.e. real “money”), this will cause the holders of $100’s of billions of dollars of “paper bullion” products to ask themselves a very pointed question: “am I holding ‘bullion’ or am I holding ‘paper’?”
More importantly will be their response to such a question. The two obvious responses are either to demand delivery or to sell their paper bullion. At that point, it won’t matter which path is taken, since both roads will lead to the obliteration of the bankers’ 100:1-leveraged, paper gold Ponzi-scheme.
If large numbers of bullion-holders demand delivery, there will either be a formal default in London or New York, or a formal default of the bullion-ETF’s – since their “custodians” (the world’s largest bullion “shorts”) will simply walk-away from their commitment to unit-holders in order to cover their own, massive short positions.
If large numbers of paper bullion-holders choose to sell their paper-bullion, this will create a massive decoupling between real “physical” bullion, and the vast quantities of paper-bullion products, where vendors are unable to conclusively prove these funds/accounts are fully-backed.
While the default scenario in the gold market is necessarily complicated, the silver market offers a much clearer picture. The billions of ounces of silver which have been “consumed” industrially are now buried (in tiny quantities) in land-fills all over the Western world. Meanwhile, a large and obvious supply-deficit remains (for any observer not duped by the clumsy inventory-fraud).
This can only end one way. Irrespective of whether the bankers can continue to mollify silver investors with their cash-bribes – and delay a formal default through investor demand alone, obviously this same mechanism cannot possibly work with the vast number of industrial users for silver – who need silver, or many/most of their businesses will cease to operate.
You can’t use banker-paper to make solar cells, lap-top computers, hybrid cars, anti-bacterial textiles, high-precision bearings, or satisfy any of the other myriad industrial applications for silver. Note that the bankers caused all of this incremental industrial demand through their decades of under-pricing silver – and now they have no possible means of meeting that demand.
The only question which cannot be answered for investors (the question which they would like answered the most) is “when will default occur?” My own answer to this question is simple: the one aspect of “control” which the bankers still exert over the gold and silver markets is the timing of their own funerals. Allow these manipulated, grossly over-leveraged markets to implode today, and prices will soar higher (to multiples of current prices). Attempt to prolong their inevitable demise for several more months (years?), and all that happens is the implosion of these markets is even more catastrophic, with an even greater exponential effect on prices.
Investors should not be troubled by this relatively minor level of uncertainty, as their strategy should be obvious: continue to accumulate precious metals until the bankers self-destruct. The longer we are forced to wait for our final pay-off/validation, the greater the reward for our patience.
Meanwhile, the big-buyers who now rule this market can be expected to march precious metals prices higher – subject to occasional banker-orchestrated pull-backs, since these big-buyers will joyfully accept any “sales” on bullion provided to them by the bankers. The “obituaries” can already be written with respect to the era of banker-manipulation of precious metals markets. It is just a matter of waiting to fill-in the date.
- The Illuminist plan as highlighted by Pastor Lindsey Williams is to drive oil price to US$150-$200/barrel and correspondingly US$5/gallon gasoline. This is just another method of shearing the sheeple. Now many people are openly warning about it including: IEA and Ex-Shell President John Hofmeister (US$5/gallon for gasoline).
Oil to exceed $150 a barrel, ‘probably go over’ $200 warns investor
Oil has been steadily on the rise since the beginning of 2009. But could it reach mid-2008 levels or climb higher still? Jim Rogers, an American investor who co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros, told the BBC’s Justin Rowlatt on Wednesday the prices are certain to exceed those levels.
“Well, the surprise is going to be how high the price of oil stays and how high it goes, because Justin [Rowlatt] we have had no major elephant [field] oil discoveries in over 40 years,” Rogers said. “The International Energy Agency is going around the world pleading with people to listen. Known reserves of oil are declining. It is not good news. Unless somebody discovers a lot of oil very quickly, prices are going to go much higher over the next decade.”
How high will it go? Oil is currently trading at about $90 a barrel, and according to Rogers the price could double and then some. “Justin, the price of oil is going to make new highs,” Rogers said. “It will go over $150 a barrel. It will probably go over $200 a barrel.”