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Weekend Reading Suggestions – November 7, 2014

November 7, 2014

“I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.”
– Groucho Marx

Earlier this week additional evidence was shared via as to why Kellogg’s Cereals should become part of your complete breakfast be avoided like the plague.

Not only are Kellogg’s cereals subject to antibiotics, but to complete its devilish one-two punch they are also laden with GMO pesticides:

Kellogg’s Cereals: Double Dose of GMO Pesticides & Antibiotics

Continuing with the topic of health, Jon Rappoport covers in this link below on how the comptrollers are kicking in clawing in their attempts to carve out a new scamdemic reality for us:

The Invention Of “Virus Reality”

In the economic realm, Jeff Nielson pens this piece below outlining how the real price of Gold would operate without the chains it maintains from the criminal banking financial complex:

Pricing Gold In The Real World

Also within the precious metals arena, The Doc & Eric Dubin discuss the metals markets with Mr. Ferguson in respect to the US Mint being caught with their pants down having no silver for distribution from the US Mint:

US Mint Caught Totally Off Guard By EPIC Wave Of Silver Demand – Physical Market Screams No Mas!

Onto the environment, we have two seemingly separate but interconnected issues that will increase their detrimental momentum against the populace heading into the upcoming years.

First of these is the fact that there has been an extreme drought in the entire Southwest region of the United States that continues unabated.  Needless to say, the economic/political/societal ramifications of this drought could prompt innumerable issues:

NASA Warns California Drought Could Threaten US Food Supply “There Will Definitely Be Changes”

In tandem with the above drought, rarely discussed by the mainstream media are the ongoing issues of the Fukushima prefecture.  As radiation continues to spew into the northern hemisphere and circling the globe, this issue is only going to exacerbate given the absolute lack of coverage/action it is prompting.  Fukushima radiation is already affecting babies in the west coast.  As time continues, where will this tidal wave stop?:

Radiation Crimes Of Eternity

Now for the MacGyvers out there, below follows a rather creative and useful link for those searching for ways to add to their winter firemaking repertoire:

How To Make Firewood & Woodstove Logs For Free

Hope you all have a great weekend and remember, you only take each step once, so make sure each step is taken in the right direction.

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Libor May Be Manipulated, But Silver Is Not, CFTC To Conclude

via: ZeroHedge
by: Tyler Durden
August, 5, 2012

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In what may be the most amusing news of the day, according to the FT the CFTC will shortly drop its 4 year old investigation into silver manipulation, “after US regulators failed to find enough evidence to support a legal case, according to three people familiar with the situation.” How about evidence to support an “illegal” case? Of course, that this is happening after the recent discovery that the world’s most pervasive fixed income benchmark was manipulated for years, if not decades, can only be reason for laughter and wonder if the CFTC used the same assiduous diligence methods in pursuing the alleged perpetrators of precious metal manipulation as it did in letting the fraud at PFG slip through its fingers for two decades. We will probably never know, or at least not until an email mentioning bottles of Bollinger and silver price “fixing”, (or “banging the close” for that matter) in the same sentence inexplicably turns up and makes a complete mockery of the CFTC yet again.

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This Guy is Buying Seven Million Ounces of Silver

via: WealthWire
by: Britanny Stepniak
August 2, 2012

Recently, billionaire Eric Sportt gained a great deal of attention when he claimed that silver was the investment of the decade.

For investors who were hesitant on jumping on any bullion bandwagons, now may be the time to change your motives a little…

Eric Sprott has announced that his company – Sprott Asset Management – will put $200 millioninto his self-named Sprott Physical Silver Trust.

Sprott commented on the decision to take this action on his blog:

“We thought the timing was good in the sense that the silver price has been in the doldrums and there would be some underlying interest in the metal. We were happy the announced offering reached the target of $200 million because the issuing market is not very robust these days.”

This announcement is sure to give silver the biggest boost it’s seen in quite a while. When someone scoops up seven million ounces of silver in one feel swoop there’s no question that the silver market will benefit and prices will inevitably surge back up, potentially higher than February’s high of $35.1 per before we ring in the new year.

This is especially significant when we look at the longer-term picture and consider that the future silver supply is at risk. As the fiat currencies continue in a downward spiral, there will eventually be a mad dash towards the most promising safe-havens. Precious metals.

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Ellis Martin Report With David Morgan: Paying Dividends In Precious Metals

via: OpportunityShow
August 1, 2012

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Bitcoin & Precious Metals, The First Diversified Portfolio of the Rebel In History

via: SilverVigilante
by: SV
July 30, 2012

For the first time in history, the rebel alliance can compile a diversified portfolio that reflects his or her inter-essences, that is interests.  While not only can investments be made under the dominant financial system which undermine that system, such as physically delivered precious metals, mediums of exchange can nowadays also be taken outside that paradigm.  German alternative analog world paper currencies have gained attention and velocity more-so than the digital, universal bitcoin, but it is the latter which is the first publicly traded, globally accepted currency, predisposing it to longer-term popularity.

The man in whose name millions were murdered, Karl Marx wrote of commodities:

A commodity is, in the first place, an object outside us, a thing that by its properties satisfies human wants of some sort or another. The nature of such wants, whether, for instance, they spring from the stomach or from fancy, makes no difference.

The nature of the need of virtual items such as bitcoin is that, first and foremost, in this day and age, we live in a “global village.” Although 90% of the population lives in the city, a meridian in the history of civilization, they can be in constant contact with each other. So why not setup a similar, p2p system to ensure constant transacting as well – full service,  24/7. It satisfies the desires of millions if not billions of individuals to step outside the dominant paradigm. It comes from the stomach and from fancy. Our stomachs, our instinct for self-preservation, tell us that our survival depends on an understanding and moral opposition to the way things are, and those who ensure they stay us as such. Our fancy, our style, tells us we better use the dancing or lose it.

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Bitcoin + Precious Metals = Alternative Financial System

via: SilverVigilante
by: SV
July 25, 2012

With silver rangebound, stuck below $28 for quite some time, the Silver Liberation Army must be growing anxious, waiting for their young and enthusiastic demand to be joined by rising prices. As we saw before, when silver ran to $49.80, this price rise will be joined by considerable mainstream interests and then increased demand. Granted, the retail demand will not dry up the physical market. But, paranoid industrial demand – scared that this price run could dry up the supply – will create the feedback loop needed to spell week, if not month, long waits for silver products in the future. But, we’re not quite there yet.

In the meantime, though, as the precious metals continue to consolidate, so should the movement take this time to consolidate itself, and take a look back at how far it has come. Whereas just three years ago gold, silver, platinum and palladium were the only potential candidates for people who wanted to exit the Dallah System, we now have new and exciting options to streamline the process towards an alternative financial system.

One main problem for the SLA when it comes to transacting in silver is payment. Let’s say one wanted a pair of alpalca socks. It would be a pain to send silver through the mail for the socks. That’s why silver, gold, platinum and palladium are not the best medium of exchange for long-distance transactions.  These are obviously important any viable global economy. That’s where bitcoin comes into play. Precious metals are for saving, bitcoin is for transacting…especially over long distances.

The bitcoin platform is decentralized, encrypted and open-sourced. That it is open-sourced is already more than we can say about the global financial system and the Federal Reserve System, shrouded in secrecy as they are. The way bitcoin works is straight forward, as well. As Trace Mayer of How to Vanish has put it:  “Just like you can make telephone calls with Skype, you can send value to people with bitcoins.”

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Hyper Report 07/21/12 – The Scramble For Gold

via: HyperReport
July 21, 2012

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South American Silver Plummets As Bolivia Announces It Will Nationalize One Of World’s Largest Silver Deposits

via: ZeroHedge
by: Tyler Durden
July 9, 2012

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Anyone long silver miner South American Silver Corp today is not happy, because while the precious metal responsible for the company top and bottom line has risen significantly, it is our old nationalizing friend, Bolivian President Evo Morales (who last year caused substantial moves higher in silver with threats to nationalize various silver mines in his resource rich if everything else poor country) who has stolen the spotlight, with his latest announcement that he is on his way to nationalize SAC.TO’s Malku Khota property, which the company describes as “one of the world’s largest undeveloped silver, indium and gallium deposits” and which El Pais adds “is considered one of the largest undeveloped silver deposits, with reserves estimated at 230 million ounces, and at least 2,000 tons of indium, gallium and gold as well.” Of course, while this is good news for the actual precious metals as it means much more supply is coming offline, it is very bad for mining and extraction companies such as South American Silver, which stand to lose one after another property to a repeat of last year’s wave of nationalization. Indeed, at last check SAC.TO was down 27% today alone and plunging.

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