Chilton's a government regulator who sort of regulates---a little. Seems the rest are worthless, especially Gensler. But if you want proof of manipulation compare that item to this www.silverstealers.net
It's pathetic how little attention this documentary has received from the "leaders" of the long PM community. It isn't about money. It's all free access, and it was researched to protect YOUR private property rights to own PM's! It's also about the ego trip some people are on that they ignore this!
These links are totally on the mark “silverwriter888”, as far as who should have the unquestioned right to own PMs.
As posted before, it should not be legal for banks to own PMs. They can store it for customers and charge a fee for doing so, but until they are forced to disgorge their holdings in exchange for people presenting USD fiat currency to them nothing will change. The only non-individual holdings of PMs, in the form of coinage, that can legally be held are for industrial/manufacturing uses where such users have been granted a license to do so. This applies to PM ETFs as well which could continue to operate as long as there is investor demand, but their storage should be only in the form of PM coinage. Mines and smelters would present their output to the US Mint, as provided by the US Constitution to be returned to them as coinage. This would serve as payment for payroll and all costs associated with their operations. In this way, in a very short period of time, the country and its people would possess honest money again.
Any are welcome to criticize this approach, but there don’t seem to be many others fronting their own, with the exception of what the links in this topic display, to again bring back the gold/silver/copper standard. We, the People, are being robbed because the banks, the super rich, governments and the politicians hold most of the real money and throw us a bone in the form of paper currencies.
Do you suppose the interview will be reported in the main stream media?
Will any of them do a follow up interview with Chilton? will any of the main stream media put their advertising accounts with the banksters at risk? Including Fox? We'll see, but I doubt it.
Human inclinations are always more important than charts, or any other method of evaluating what the future might bring. The answer, it seems, was received in the question of the preceding post.
From ZeroHedge there’s a more in depth look at current manipulation, related to the bankruptcy of MF Global, that suggests it may have been orchestrated to crash the silver market.
tinyurl com/BANKSTERmf-gobalCONSPIRACY (replace the space with “.” on the address line to access)
And here is a related article on bringing criminal charges against Corzine in the MF Global heist of investor segregated funds:
tinyurl com/CORZINEtheCRIMINAL (replace the space with “.” on the address line to access)
“... I find it disturbing that such an important act seems to be weirdly unfindable in officialdom ...”
Could it be a form of bankster censorship?
It doesn’t seem unusual lately because perfectly good message board posts, that are not TOS violations, get removed from message boards, and ones that should not be allowed literally drown out a whole day’s worth of posts. In particular this is happening on the AUY message board. Further, most of the posts removed (as experienced on this end) could be categorized as expressing displeasure with the fiat monetary system we are forced to live under. The fact that the offensive posts are allowed by Yahoo seems to imply that they are behind it because they are part of a conspiracy to damage that company’s business so a few can profit from the destruction of it. This is talked about in great detail by DeepCapture com as only one of a number of strategies used by naked short sellers that have long histories of FTDs (Failures To Deliver). This is not to dismiss some of the arguments by some over AUY’s business practices on that m/b, which are distinct from ones posted with the strategy of being sufficiently offensive to have caused those with interesting content to post elsewhere.
The government is trying to get control of all forms of communication. Yesterday the Federal Government had what might seem an innocuous test of the emergency broadcast system that was to be nationwide. We are losing all sorts of freedoms and a majority of the sheeple seem willing to be led to the slaughter. An interview with Jessie Ventura, former Governor of Minnesota and U. S. Navy Seal discussed his decision to leave the United States and settle in Mexico because of continually being groped by TSA Agents and being subjected to X-ray radiation. Since he travels quite a bit he voiced his concerns over cumulative radiation exposure and the attitude of TSA Agents to request his autograph while performing their “groping” duties. Given Mexico’s issues of narco-trafficer violence it must take a lot of displeasure on his part to consider that to be a better alternative.
As to your comment, “...Yes, I found another source, but didn't have the time to validate the work”, what’s to validate? Either it is a text based copy, or it is not. Why not just put it out there and let others critique it?
Did you find a text based transcript people can copy and paste portions of to display on message boards? It seems not since you did not supply the requested link, but instead took the time to copy part of the Act manually. But if you found a link, please supply it.
As previously stated, it is VERY strange that only an image file of the Coinage Act of 1792 exists on the Internet. This is one of the most important pieces of legislation to have been passed, and replaced by bankster efforts thereafter. Its destruction/replacement literally points to most economic and social difficulties the country faces, which are too numerous to list.
The Act, though it is formatted in a style that is somewhat difficult to duplicate, could be done first with an Excel spreadsheet, and thereafter by converting the spreadsheet to a Word file. This would not preserve the left column of the original, as follows:
Penalty on debasing the coins. Sec. 19 And be it further enacted, That if any of the gold or silver coins which shall be struck or coined at the said mint shall be debased or made worse as to the proportion of fine gold or fine silver therein contained, or shall be of less weight or value than the same ought to be pursuant to the directions of this, through the default or with the connivance of any of the officers or persons who shall be employed at the said mint, for the purpose of profit or gain, or otherwise with a fraudulent intent, and if any of the said officeers of persons shall embezzle any of the metals which shall at any time be committed to their charge for the purpose of beiing coined or any of the coins which shall be struck or coined at the said mint, every such officer or person who shall commit any or either of the said offences, shall be deemed guilty of felony, and shall suffer death.
Were the banksters at work at this early date to make this legislation difficult to distribute?
Thanks for the link.
You may indeed be correct. But there is this, too.
SEC. 14. And be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for any person or persons to bring to the said mint gold and silver bullion, in order to their being coined; and that the bullion so brought shall be there assayed and coined as speedily as may be after the receipt thereof, and that free of expense to the person or persons by whom the same shall have been brought. And as soon as the said bullion shall have been coined, the person or persons by whom the same shall have been delivered, shall upon demand receive in lieu thereof coins of the same species of bullion which shall have been so delivered, weight for weight, of the pure gold or pure silver therein contained: Provided nevertheless, That it shall be at the mutual option of the party or parties bringing such bullion, and of the director of the said mint, to make an immediate exchange of coins for standard bullion, with a deduction of one half per cent from the weight of the pure gold, or pure silver contained in the said bullion, as an indemnification to the mint for the time which will necessarily be required for coining the said bullion, and for the advance which shall have been so made in coins. And it shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Treasury to furnish the said mint from time to time whenever the state of the treasury will admit thereof, with such sums as may be necessary for effecting the said exchanges, to be replaced as speedily as may be out of the coins which shall have been made of the bullion for which the monies so furnished shall have been exchanged;. and the said deduction of one half per cent. shall constitute a fund towards defraying the expenses of the said mint.
The source of the comments are within the following link:
tinyurl com/CoinageAct-1792 (replace the space with “.” on the address line to access)
Unfortunately, despite occasional searches whenever it is necessary to quote this source, a text based transcript has never been found. If you can find one that all can share it would be much appreciated. It is beyond strange, because of the awareness of an increasing number of people of the damaging economic and social effects of counterfeit fiat monopoly “money”, that there are no text based transcripts on the Internet for people to share the contents of this very important piece of legislation. It borders on conspiratorial. All of the founding documents of the country are available as text based transcripts. Why not this one?
So in all probability the reason you do not know the details of this document are because it cannot be easily shared as a text based transcript people can copy and paste portions of to display on message boards.