very good point...might just be in our genes as humans. Ignorance is bliss for the sheeple, can't have them running around willy - nilly Bitcoin addresses a lot of the criticisms of gold, and fiat as well as being global...not a bad idea.
once benefits of this deal start showing up in the earnings reports.....boom back to normal trading range. Assuming silver price doesn't tank in the mean time...looking weak.
“...Griffin's historical inaccuracies and contradictions are well documented. ...”
We provide the links or titles to back up what we say. WHERE ARE YOURS? Griffin does the same as we do, only much more thoroughly. It seems that you and make unsubstantiated claims with only the ring of authority and nothing to back it up.
If you like we (or you) can provide any statements within Griffin’s book, along with his references to the statement, and you can refute it, if you can. But to do so you will have to refute his sources as well.
We don’t expect you to reply. That is what is happens with people who make unsubstantiated claims and then are put on the spot to back them up. By the way, we have been in contact with Griffin, so if you do find something you think is inaccurate we’d be glad to forward it to him for his response as one of our members has been associated with assisting him with his publications. Your comments might result in a revision within the next edition as Griffin has always placed high priority on accuracy.
The following account is how Griffin describes the renewed effort to form the Federal Reserve System after the previous failure:
“...THE PUJO COMMITTEE
The Pujo Committee was a perfect example of this kind of chicanery. It was a subcommittee of the House Committee on Banking and Currency and it was given the awesome responsibility of conducting the famous "Money Trust" investigation of 1912. Its chairman was Arsene Pujo of Louisiana who, true to form, was regarded by many as a spokesman for the "Oil Trust." The hearings dragged on for eight months producing volumes of dry statistics and selfserving testimony of the great Wall Street bankers themselves. At no time were the financiers asked any questions about their affairs with foreign investment houses. Nor were they asked about their response to competition from new banks. ...”
This is a short excerpt of how your “...secret meeting was...” passed in Congress... THE SECOND TIME AROUND.
I agree, at least slw is showing groth with out taking on huge debt they are thinking ahead I like the deal. great for thelongs.
Griffin's historical inaccuracies and contradictions are well documented. Even the plan that came out of the "secret" meeting was defeated in Congress. Read the history. Banking reform was inevitable after the 1907 depression and panic run on the banks, when J P Morgan personally made loans to the large NYC banks preventing a total economic collapse. It's amusing that the same occurred 100 years later requiring the government bank bailout.
The 10% run the 90%. Always has, always will. Besides, what are you driving at? That we should have gold-based money? Forget about, it's a bad idea. The elitist have most of the gold, so I don't think it would help; they'd still have control of the money supply.....free to expand and shrink the money supply at their whim and thus steal real assets.
The US Constitution needs to be amended so that our elected representatives can print money, with checks of course, to maintain an arms-length from political motivations. We don't need the Federal Reserve Bank for that. As it is, the electorate has no control of the money supply. Abraham Lincoln printed money to fund the Civil War; Green Backs.
1910 was the date of the super secret meeting to Jekyll Island where the western world’s wealthiest bankers, industrialists and their agents met to put together a plan to take over and control everything through the banking system, now known as the Federal Reserve System. If you want the details get the book (free online or on Amazon) called “The Creature from Jekyll Island” by G. Edward Griffin.
December 23rd was the date that the Federal Government’s elected “representatives”, who were supporters met of the Federal Reserve Act, in absolute secrecy to “vote” for it. All others were out of town.
This was the day that America died. In those days all media outlets were owned by those who attended the super secret Jekyll Island meeting so the sheeple had no chance of discovering that they were the victims of a political coup d'état. There is no nationwide recognition of how this changed America and you will have great difficulty in finding those who understand what happened back then. Interests like the Rothschilds, Fords, Rockefellers and others (named in the above book) ended all semblance of a free country through its monetary system, eventually creating fiat (paper) money instead, which was completely against the US Constitution. No. It didn’t happen all at once. It was a progression that became absolute with the FDR edict that Americans had to turn in their gold, and the progression continues (you can fill in the blanks).
This is going to end badly. Some people have no scruples when it comes to absolute and total control. The realization of most people that they have lost everything in this paper based world of criminal intent to defraud people of their net worth will in all probability require the new growth industry of earthmovers to dispose of all the dead bodies the elitists will bring about to secure control. If you think (or know) that Babi Yar was a despicable act of genocide, wait till the central bankers move to secure their ill gotten gains.
Sounds logical to me. But I mainly just follow the money. Long-term-Chart-wise gold and silver are due for a significant rally and then there's the 30-day option for the syndicate to buy up to 5.8 million more shares at $20.55. This is a no brainer.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Same here, sold the March 20.50 Put OTM for 46 cents last week and not assigned yet either.
Yes dbtunr, and now I know your level of intelligence and character. Not so glad to meet you.
Agreed, they never mentioned ROI. SLW stated that this deal would increase production immediately by 11% and only increase enterprise value by 8.7%, thus concluding the deal was accretive.
SLW did not say the ROI was 11%. Another dumb poster here interpreted it to be that in error. You can easily calculate the numbers yourself using the same math as the SA poster.