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  • johnnyola_1 johnnyola_1 Dec 12, 2012 2:45 PM Flag

    Ben Bernake, King of All Drug Dealers...

    and the bankers want the goys to borrow and borrow until they (we) die. Bernanke, Robert Rubin, Hank Paulson, Greespan, Geithner, and the rest of the jewish bankers, borrow borrow borrow.......take the drug, take the drug...get in debt, and when we have bankrupted you, and crushed the life out of you Western Junkies, like any good drug dealer, we lower the prices. Bernanke says he will lower his prices............unemployment under 9%.............lie lie lies get out!............a society of people on disability or working for the government or employed in government support services, or scamming in the military.........this century will be a sharp pyramid, with predators and the prey. Silver is the common man's money, and it is going to go ape to the upside and people finally turn to gold and finally silver, which history shows far outpaces gold in hard times.

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    • Tuesday December 11, 2012 10:16

      No matter what confidence game is being run, confidence is the necessary pre-requisite. This is why confidence indicators are so closely monitored by central bankers. If consumers and businesses lack confidence, they will not partake of the central banker’s credit; a necessary step in the indebting of otherwise willing victims.

      The credit trap is at the core of the bankers’ ponzi-scheme of credit and debt; and although today’s markets are awash with liquidity, bankers are increasingly loath to lend and customers are increasingly reluctant to borrow. -- Darryl Robert Schoon, Dec 11, 2912 for full article see K I T K O

    • ...and, eventually, paper money will attain its intrinsic value!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • 1 Reply to ezechiel7
      • yes, but that is not specifically why I and hopefully you, are here. I am not interested in paper money going to zero. The last century heralded many dozens of currencies going to zero, fiat money that is, and what a funny term fiat money. I know they all go to zero, just like the law of gravity. The reason we are in silver generally and aurcana specifically is more precise. Western civilization (at a minimum) is diseased. We are terminal. I think we are in the acceleratin phase, as you do as well. I think from here on out, holders of the metal do exceedingly well, as it appreciates dynamically. When I say dynamically, this means it goes up 60% of the time, and it goes down 40%....so 4 of 10 days it goes down..........but still, this is the definition of bull markets. Silver also is like gold on steroids, and top tier silver companies are like silver on steroids. And yes, I realize silver equites have way underperformed..........but, I have almost never made money buying something that is 'hot". PM equities are not hot, they are laying in the weeds, plus,.. most importantly, we have producer. So, we are here, the disease is very pronounced, light years more advance than at any time in this country's history. Silver should be at 80 today, and Aurcana, based on hopefully where we think it now is, hint hint, commercial production, should be at 10 bucks a share...............................so yes, I am early, but I am also right. We wait, but this should be just several years, and Lenic and silver will change all of our lives so much for the better...........trust me, I was in gold in 2002, that is a fact. And before that I played the internet and tech thing in the late 90s and made a killing...............fwiw

 
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