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  • pascuaforensics pascuaforensics Jun 30, 2011 10:49 AM Flag

    Game over ABX-Silver Wheaton BOD @ Pascua fraud

    Silver Wheaton preferred to defraud its shareholders and sock suck to Barrick, thus, cooperating with the MINA PASCUA fraud in Chile and worldwide.

    Why?

    Read Silver Wheaton's own Annual Report.

    Pascua Silver represents to SLW, its second largest asset.

    However, SLW acquired its Chile Silver with SAN JUAN ARGENTINA - CHILE REGION III maps.

    Thereat, with Argentine titles, SLW "psudo legitimized Barrick's Chile's Silver ownership in the country of Chile".

    Why? Because Barrick needed an alibi and SLW prostituted buying Silver at below junk price.

    Why? because Barrick knew it was game over for them and SLW top insiders sought their fees, perks, commissions insider compensations of shares, cash, options, (warrants?) what have you, at the passing of the fraud time...

    Facts:

    At 2011 zero Chile Silver can be spoken for by BARRICK GOLD CORPORATION - ABX, Silver Wheaton's counterpart.

    That leaves the Argentina boonies, not accessible year round, further enhanced by volcanic activity ashes... well distant from the Chilean MINA PASCUA the true Silver Gold Copper giant, free from the wrath of the crooks.

    SLW is herein challenged to produce one accurate map that their independent due diligence team can challenge as wrong, the contents of www . minapascuachile . com

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    • so... you have been posting this stuff continually for over a year now... amazing... has it made any difference? of maybe this is some automatic posting program... in any case, when on earth will any of your postings actually matter? waiting...

    • The power of christ compels you!
      the power of christ compels you!
      the power of christ compels you......

    • Oh man! I have to sell!!! S-h-i-t!!

    • ok dude. but according to wikipedia he also claimed these:

      By the time of his death on August 4, 1999, his claimed discoveries included:[2]
      Noah's Ark (the Durupınar site, located 18.25 miles south of Mount Ararat)
      Anchor stones (or drogue stones) used by Noah on the Ark
      The post-flood house, grave markers and tombs of Noah and his wife
      The location of Sodom and Gomorrah and the other (3) Cities of the Plain: Zoar, Zeboim and Admah
      Sulfur/brimstone balls from the ashen remains of Sodom and Gomorrah.
      The Tower of Babel site (in southern Turkey)
      How the Egyptians may have built the pyramids.
      The site of the Israelites' crossing of the Red Sea (located in the Gulf of Aqaba)
      Chariot wheels and other relics of the army of Pharaoh at the bottom of the Red Sea
      The site of the biblical Mt. Sinai (in Saudi Arabia at Jabal al Lawz)
      The rock at Mt. Horeb from which water flowed when struck by Moses
      The site of Korah’s earthquake.
      A chamber at the end of a maze of tunnels under Jerusalem containing artefacts from Solomon's Temple
      The site of the Crucifixion of Jesus
      The Ark of the Covenant and the stones of the Ten Commandments
      Christ’s blood, dripped onto the Mercy seat of the Ark of the Covenant beneath the Crucifixion site.
      A miter with an ivory pomegranate on the tip
      The burial pots of Ashkelon.

      While Wyatt won a devoted following from the ranks of fundamentalist Christians seeking tangible evidence of the literal truth of the Bible, his credibility was disputed, often bitterly, by professional archaeologists and biblical scholars. The Garden Tomb Association of Jerusalem state in a letter they issue to visitors on request:


      The Council of the Garden Tomb Association (London) totally refute the claim of Mr Wyatt to have discovered the original Ark of the Covenant or any other biblical artifacts within the boundaries of the area known as the Garden Tomb Jerusalem. Though Mr Wyatt was allowed to dig within this privately owned garden on a number of occasions (the last occasion being the summer of 1991) staff members of the Association observed his progress and entered his excavated shaft. As far as we are aware nothing was ever discovered to support his claims nor have we seen any evidence of biblical artifacts or temple treasures.

      In a similar vein, archaeologist Joe Zias of Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) has stated that "Ron Wyatt is neither an archaeologist nor has he ever carried out a legally licensed excavation in Israel or Jerusalem. In order to excavate one must have at least a BA in archaeology which he does not possess despite his claims to the contrary. ... [His claims] fall into the category of trash which one finds in tabloids such as the National Enquirer, Sun etc."[3]

      Wyatt's fellow evangelicals have not been any less critical: Answers in Genesis called Wyatt's claims fraudulent,[4] and one Seventh-day Adventist professor of archaeology sums up Wyatt's Noah's Ark and anchor stones claims in these words: "While the Durupinar site is about the right length for Noah's ark, [it is] ... too wide to be Noah's ark. Wyatt has claimed that the "boat-shapedness" of this formation can only be explained by its being Noah's ark, but both Shea and Morris have offered other plausible explanations. Likewise, Wyatt has argued that the standing stones he has found are anchors, while Terian is aware of similar stones outside the Durupinar site area that were pagan cultic stones later converted by Christians for Christian purposes."

    • No disrespect to your faith's but go find a cozy little holy roller discussion panel. This is an investment board.

      Its funny as HELL that you have these diatribes on a board that focuses on the devils metal, as its called.

 
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