There are myriad reasons to buy physical silver. Sure, we’ve all heard how great of an investment it is, but, truth be told, there is also a moral and political argument to be made for the metal.
Historically, in this country, silver was considered money by the banking establishment and government until 1873 – that is when the Crime of 1873 was executed by the bankers and their cronies in the U.S. Government.
Many argue that the crime of 1873, the demonetization of silver, was a plot conceived by the Rothschild clan or those close, and indeed represents a policy that literally bankrupted thousands, if not millions, of Americans overnight.
So, already by the end of the nineteenth century, we see gross manipulation of silver. This gives us just one clue amidst a sea of intrigue and corruption pointing towards silver as a weapon against the banking oligarchs and their tyrannical world order.
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It was more than ten years ago when I bought my first gold and silver bullion.
Back then, there were no U.S.-based ETFs available that invested only in the metals and, as was the case back in the 1970s during the last precious metals bull market, if you wanted to own gold and silver in the early-2000s, you either had to call up a coin shop or settle for mining stocks rather than the metal.
In fact, I recall one time in early 2004 when I decided to buy some junk silver (pre-1965 coins, 90 percent silver) and, between the time that I placed my order until the time that I had to mail a check, the silver price had dropped from about $7 an ounce to below $6 an ounce.
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Any right that is a true human right is inherent. Such rights are not granted by government, they are not privileges bestowed by society, or created by documents, therefore such rights cannot be regulated, limited or revoked by any such power. Any supposed authority which seeks to strip a Natural Right from the People is illegitimate, and should be dealt with accordingly.
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Will the most divisive campaign in modern American history culminate in massive riots in our major cities? Right now, supporters of Barack Obama and supporters of Mitt Romney are both pinning all of their hopes on a victory on November 6th. The race for the presidency is extremely tight, and obviously the side that loses is going to be extremely disappointed when the election results are finalized. But could this actually lead to violence? Could we actually see rioting in communities all over America? Well, the conditions are certainly ripe for it. A whole host of surveys over the past few years have shown that Americans are very angry and very frustrated right now. In fact, a Pew Research Center poll from late last year found that 86 percent of all Americans are either angry or frustrated with the federal government. We have seen this frustration manifest in protest movements such as the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street, but right now things are fairly calm as liberals and conservatives both look forward to November 6th. Many Republicans started the countdown to the next election literally the day after John McCain lost back in 2008. All of their hopes of getting Obama out of the White House are riding on a Romney victory. For many Democrats, Barack Obama is a “once in a generation” icon. Just the thought of Mitt Romney replacing Obama in the White House is enough to push many of them to the brink of insanity. In recent years we have seen horrible rioting erupt in cities after major sports championship games. How much worse could the rioting potentially be if this bitterly contested election is decided by a very narrow margin – especially if there are allegations that the election is “stolen”?
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Obama and Netanyahu are currently deciding how to best strike Iran’s nuclear power facility in Natanz. There are talks of using drones and bomber jets so that the attack would only take a day or two. It is certain that US involvement is necessary for a success in Iran.
The Zionist regime has a long history of falsely claiming that Iran has a nuclear weapon. However, this is an old game they are playing and the American public’s memory may be too short to recall how many times this lie has been perpetrated. In the past, there have been several claims by Israeli Prime Minister and globalist puppet Benjamin Netanyahu and other supporters of the lie that Iran was on the precipice of having a nuclear weapon.
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While the idea of a buffer zone is meant to look like a knee-jerk reaction to recent escalations, in reality this has been planned since at least March 2012, where the idea was proposed by the corporate-financier funded Brookings Institution in their “Middle East Memo #21″ “Assessing Options for Regime Change” where it stated specifically:
“An alternative is for diplomatic efforts to focus first on how to end the violence and how to gain humanitarian access, as is being done under Annan’s leadership. This may lead to the creation of safe-havens and humanitarian corridors, which would have to be backed by limited military power. This would, of course, fall short of U.S. goals for Syria and could preserve Asad in power. From that starting point, however, it is possible that a broad coalition with the appropriate international mandate could add further coercive action to its efforts.”
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CNBC: one large US State’s Data missing entirely from the Unemployment Data on New Filings for last week
Today Jeffrey Saut spoke with King World News about gold, a $2 trillion bailout in Europe, and what investors should expect going forward. Saut, who is Chief Investment Strategist for $360 billion Raymond James, had this to say about discussion of a $2 trillion European bailout: “I had mentioned that in the past, and that’s the kind of bazooka you need to pull to try to at least get over the short-to-intermediate-term funding problems.”
Here is what Saut had this to say: “I have said it, politicians, bureaucrats, and bankers are the same in Europe as they are here. They do not want to lose their power, and if the EU implodes, they all lose their power. So I think they are going to continue papering over the situation, and try to buy more time, just like we did here in our ’07/’08 financial fiasco.”
Jeffrey Saut continues @ KingWorldNews.com
Education plays a fundamental role in American Society. This ultimate infographic from Census.gov provides the ultimate visualization of what all you tax dollars ($602.6bn on elementary and secondary education) and student loan debt (57.6mm people over 25 have at least a Bachelor’s degree) has created – for instance: only 7% of <34 -year-olds="-year-olds" 18.9="18.9" 1970="1970" as="as" college="college" currently="currently" gone="gone" had="had" in="in" opposed="opposed" p="p" to="to"> Read More @ Zero Hedge.com34>
While some may roll their eyes at Libertarian Party presidential nominee and marijuana-legalization champion Gary Johnson, recent polling shows that his presence on the ballot could have an effect on the presidential race, at least in Nevada.
A Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey released Wednesday found President Barack Obama has a four-point lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney in Nevada (51-47 percent). But when Johnson is thrown into the mix, the former New Mexico governor garners three percent of the vote, largely pulling voters from Obama.
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The global rate cutting contest continues with two central banks reducing interest rates in the past 24 hours. The Central Bank of Brazil and the Central Bank of South Korea lowered rates by a quarter point, while China continued its easing policy to offset tight liquidity conditions. We talk to Dr. Stephen Leeb, chairman of Leeb Capital Management, about the impact of global loose monetary policy on commodity prices.
Plus, tonight is the only Vice Presidential debate of the 2012 Presidential elections featuring Paul Ryan and Joe Biden. As pundits talk about “what’s at stake” tonight, we ask if there is a dirty little secret no one mentions? Our guest, Stephen Leeb, weighs in on the bigger picture; resource and energy issues you aren’t likely to hear in the US Vice Presidential debates.
For years we have been told that wars in the Middle East, the Persian Gulf and other oil rich areas, are for security. We have been told that bailing out the biggest banks is about protecting Main Street from a financial fallout on Wall Street. We have been told that the Fed’s purchases of mortgage backed securities will help homeowners and the economy, creating jobs and spurring employment.
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