January 27, 2015 at 12:32 am #35273
Are you serious ? AmeriKa cant get enough of war , we are always in one , then you have guys like john McCain that live to promote war in this country . Too bad the Vietnamese didnt kill that POW . For he seems to have a short memory , he never did have any honor .January 27, 2015 at 3:23 am #35283
<div class=”d4p-bbp-quote-title”>freedom wrote:</div>Brulen, Agree that Russia right now is in a collapse of there economy. The question is what or who is next in line, since Russia Ruble has gone down the Euro started to go down too and Europe Euro QE is starting to control the collapse from happening. We will see if it works. Russia’s collapse will take other countries with it.
One thing is happening is oil will stay were it is at for now till the dollar collapses.
freedom…. wahhabism isis. Zero has screwed the US.January 27, 2015 at 5:52 am #35289
“There is another interesting element in Putin’s game. It’s Russian uranium. Every sixth light bulb in the USA depends on its supply. Which Russia sells to the US too, for dollars.
Thus, in exchange for Russian oil, gas and uranium, the West pays Russia with dollars, purchasing power of which is artificially inflated against oil and gold by the efforts of the West. But Putin uses these dollars only to withdraw physical gold from the West in exchange, for the price denominated in US dollars, artificially lowered by the same West.
This truly brilliant economic combination by Putin puts the West led by the United States in a position of a snake, aggressively and diligently devouring its own tail.
It should be noted separately that the global market for physical gold is extremely small relative to the world market for physical oil supplies. And especially the world market for physical gold is microscopic compared to the entirety of world markets for physical delivery of oil, gas, uranium and goods.
Emphasis on the phrase “physical gold” is made because in exchange for its physical, not ‘paper’ energy resources, Russia is now withdrawing gold from the West, but only in its physical, not paper form. So does China, by acquiring from the West the artificially devalued physical gold as a payment for physical delivery of real products to the West.” Read more http://fortruss.blogspot.nl/2014/11/grandmaster-putins-golden-trap.htmlJanuary 27, 2015 at 1:25 pm #35296
Leopard, it seems everybody except the US is trying to get their hands on physical gold. Some are just looking to repatriate their own gold that was being held in the US, I think because they suspect it physically isn’t there anymore. You may recall a couple years ago Germany wanted their gold back and for reasons never adequately explained we could only ship small bits back at a time. Where it went is anybody’s guess. People who own gold shares in funds are going to wake up one of these days to learn that there isn’t any physical gold behind those shares. Even much of the physical gold held by banks isn’t likely there anymore. The corruption at the very top of the banking and financial world (not just the US) is one of those hidden threats that few think about. If the choice is to plunge the world into WWIII or be held to account for their malfeasance, I have no doubt but that the Titans of Wall Street, London, and the rest of the financial world will choose war……after they have relocated to their personal safe havens of course.January 27, 2015 at 1:40 pm #35298
It probably isnt , when we went off the gold standard , there was no reason for us to keep or account for gold reserves , it just got spent . We will never find out where or by who .
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