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I first started to study economics in 2010 after the ‘Lehman alarm clock’ kick-started my awakening two years prior.  I initially blamed the politicians back in 2008 and failed to see them for what they are – well-paid puppets.

After identifying practically all politicians as shills, my attention was drawn to economics, and I became particularly interested in the silver bullet aspect of purchasing precious metals as a strategy to rid humanity of the parasitical elite.  My deep-felt disdain for the criminal groups of the world made my mind fascinated with the monetary weapon of silver.  Any theory that empowers practically all of us at an individual level is a theory noteworthy of further investigation.

Like real seed is important for individual liberty, so is the concept of real money important for a liberated economy.

My background doesn’t include economics, nor politics or business.  I’ve been a Psychology student, a teacher of Psychology in England, a teacher of English in three foreign countries, a clerk, and these days I’m employed at a half-way house for those leaving psychiatric hospitals.

I have no idea what a Credit Default Swap is, nor do I claim to fully comprehend the mathematics behind most Keynesian theory.  I just know it is all fraudulent, criminal, and designed to rob the people of their wealth.

I also know a little about people though, which made me relate far more to the Austrian School economists.  In particular I believe I understand the benefits of monetary metal as a medium-of-exchange and the notion of bull-runs and bear-runs.

As stated, I’m not an indoctrinated Keynesian, nor am I business savvy but for the remainder of this article I intend to justify the notion implied in the title of this article.  I will commence with the basic notion of ‘bulls and bears’ and then elaborate to conclude that silver –in your own possession – is the best possible financial strategy for the times ahead.  Hope you enjoy reading….

What is a bull or a bear?

Back in 2010 when I first heard the terms ‘bull’ and ‘bear’ I didn’t have a clue what they meant.  Today I believe I understand the notions far better and am therefore able to explain them in a simple manner.

A bull-run is basically when the perceived value of a good or service increases over time.  A bear-run is the opposite.

The increase in a ‘bull’ or decrease in a ‘bear’ may not appear in nominal format.  In other words, you cannot fully trust the $ price of an item when examining the nature of the market.  Central banks and central governments rig the nominal price of goods and services to encourage or discourage members of the public to spend.  However, the nominal price cannot control a bull or a bear market. In fact, it is government and banking cartel intervention that will create the biggest silver bull-run in mankind’s history.

For many years the banking cartel has sent their minions to the London Exchange to ‘fix’ the price of gold.  Since the creation of computerised trading platforms the banksters and their cohorts have been able to manipulate prices of most items with just a few keystrokes – sometimes in a matter of a few minutes.

We really don’t know the true value of items these days.  We live in a world of usury and manipulation that has created squandering of precious resources such as silver, oil, and drinking water.

What cannot go on forever, won’t.

The banking cartel will lose influence as time passes by, and the value of certain commodities is set to sky rocket beyond contemporary mankind’s collective comprehension.

As the suppression of silver prices is revealed, examined, and ultimately ignored, the physical silver market will detach itself from the paper casinos of London and Wall Street.  The nominal price will therefore increase, and the true nature of a bull-market will be revealed as the public pay increased attention.

As stated, government manipulation is just that – a manipulation.  Although they can influence prices through shenanigans such as releasing paper contracts to suppress nominal prices, or put into law the ‘right’ to take on a 50-year-long mortgage to increase nominal prices, the government cannot control the market.  It is important to realise that their parasitical systems merely affect and not command human behaviour.  Bulls and Bears are as natural as can be.  They simply reflect contemporary desires and cannot be controlled completely.

Government intervention created a bubble in the housing market, followed by the inevitable crash.  Even in Europe, where there hasn’t been a significant house crash yet, the nominal house prices are not budging upwards despite all the quantitative or credit easing programs currently being implemented.  It’s rather like having a puncture in one’s tyre.  No matter how much you pump that tyre will never inflate properly again until it has been repaired.  Does anyone reading this believe the housing market ‘tyre’ has been repaired yet?  I believe that government intervention and banking cartel currency manipulation has created the biggest housing bear-run of all time……and the bear hasn’t even started jogging yet.  “10 oz of silver will get you the keys to the house, squire”

Due to the opposite type of manipulation towards silver they have created a tightened spring that’s set to explode some time in the future.  As the physical market decouples from the paper casino and the price ‘fixing’ that accompanies it, the population will once again recognise silver as a precious metal.  The ‘bull’ will be underpinned by the basic economic law of supply and demand.  Economic activity – although influenced by nominal currencies and government manipulation- is ultimately controlled by perceived value from the general public.

Silver versus gold

Like many that have concerns about global governance, currency collapse, and the upcoming paradigm shift, I bought some gold along with silver when I cashed-out of paper assets.  In my case it was a small amount of BofE sterling stored in high street bank ISA that I converted. For others it will be stocks, houses, bonds and other paper instruments.

Gold is the gut reaction, silver is the smart decision” Chris Duane

I have even spoken to people storing paper cash instead of holding a digital bank account.  This is a case of half-correct, but the half-incorrect is an unfortunate mistake.  Why store all your wealth in physical cash when it is blatantly obvious that central governments and central banks are going to hyper-inflate them?  Furthermore, why support the criminal elite by justifying the existence of their debt-based cash?  Store some physical cash, yes, but just a ‘floating kitty’ for the transition.

Holding physical gold is better than holding paper cash, but nothing beats silver as the best investment in humanity’s long history.  Here’s three points for the gold-bugs to contemplate:

  1. The price ratio between the two Precious Metals does not reflect the mining data.
  2. Silver has been at a deficit for several decades which means the market in the future will depend on the public selling their silver as the governments have sold all they had stored in their treasury departments.  Do you imagine the public – those that have observed the rigging for months and/or years to suddenly start selling their silver?
  3. Gold, like most commodities is controlled, and will be controlled right up until the end of the Rothschild Empire.  If you want rid of the banking cartel, the shortest route is to buy physical silver.  Fortunately, the ‘silver-bugs’, who are a mixed group from all social backgrounds, understand this even if the ‘gold-bugs’ do not.

So if you want to increase your wealth, want to rid humanity of the parasitical banksters, want to have an economy that all have the opportunity to participate in, then you should be sharing the banksters dark secret with all that will listen:

Silver is their Achilles heal.

Think on……………………………………….



Three Currency Ideas For England

Contemporary currency wars have created an arena in which central governments and central banks are continuously creating excessive amounts of digital cash.  Due to the nature of the euro, the $US, and the £GB, these exercises in ‘quantitative easing’ and ‘credit easing’ will result in a cascading domino effect of defaults and a subsequent hyper-inflationary depression.  There are a growing number of people aware of the problem and they are examining systems to implement as the ‘crisis’ accelerates.  These people include groups and individuals, and as of April 2012 I am aware of three currency systems in the pipeline.  I will examine each individually and leave you to draw your own conclusions.

System One: Decentralised Sterling.

This is an idea suggested by yours truly and has a basis of copper, nickel, and silver within its nature.  Within decentralised sterling there are three independent monetary systems that I believe over time would ‘price discover’ their true value compared to the goods and services accessible in post-BofE sterling Britain.

The first independent system comprises bronze copper and is implemented through use of the 1p and 2p 1971-1991 coins.  The one penny weighs an eighth of an ounce, whilst the two pence weighs a quarter of an ounce.  Bronze sterling uses the concept of the ‘pound’ in its original format.  In other words, bronze sterling is a weight-based currency system and £1.28-worth of the suggested coins weighs one full pound.  Even those uninterested or confused by the notion of currency should collect these coins.  It is far less than the stock market price for a pound of copper and the bronze coins are 97% copper.  I realise this system isn’t sufficient in itself, but the bronze coins should and could be perfect for smaller purchases such as a bag of potatoes or a few apples.

The second independent system within the decentralised copper sterling project is the 1992-2010 5p and 10p coins.  These form the basis for a white copper currency system and they comprise of 75% copper and 25% nickel.  The 5p weighs 3.25g and the 10p weighs 6.5g.  Unlike bronze sterling, white copper would trade in the form of grams and kilos and not pounds and ounces.  Furthermore, the 50p coins and the now de-monetised 1971-1991 5p and 10p coins along with all those florins and shillings made between 1947 and 1970 can also be thrown into the ‘mix’ for white copper sterling.

With both these two systems I realise there could be confusion over whether to use the nominal value or not.  I have thought of an idea that I will implement and test-run myself in the near future.  As implied above, both bronze sterling and white copper sterling are based on a certain ratio of metal within a coin of certain weight.  I/We therefore simply need to provide more clarity by stamping the coins.  I’m sure anyone that knows me at all will guess which side of the coin I suggest we hammer stamp.

To be entirely clear, and as specific as I can, I propose stamping the bronze 1p and 2p coins with “Bronze Sterling” across the top, “0.97 Copper” at the bottom, and then the appropriate weight in the centre, for example “1/8 Oz”.  Incidentally there are many other bronze coins with the same metals ratio.

The white copper coins will have “White Copper” across the top, and “75Cu 25Ni” across the bottom, again with the appropriate weight in the centre.

These first two independent systems are relatively abundant, everyone will have access to them, and they require no one person to implement them.  We can all encourage it……..if we wish to.

The third, and final independent system within the decentralised Sterling concept is the 50%copper silver coins that were forged between 1920-1946.  These, like the coins in the other two systems can be stamped on the side of the monarch with weight and purity of the coin.  There are four primary coins: half-crowns, Florins, shillings, and six-pence. They are not abundant – which is a good aspect of their purpose -and there are enough to warrant proposing a currency system based upon them……separate and within itself just like bronze sterling and white copper sterling.

So there you are, decentralised sterling, three separate and independent currency systems based upon the concept of weight in monetary metal.  I reckon it’ll ‘work’ and I reckon you should check your change for any stamped coins in the future……ideas cannot be stopped.

System Two: Digital L

I made the earlier mistake of conflating digital ‘L’ with the currency proposed by the British Constitutional Group.  My apologies for this error, and I shall attempt again to explain ‘L’ here.  If you want further elaboration, please contact the organisers over at tgl.

Due to the tgl team agreeing to offer a platform to the BCG I mistakenly thought that ‘L’ was the BCG sovereign pound – discussed later – and not a separate digital currency.

‘L’, as I understand it now, is based more with the notion of currency in mind rather than the notion of money per se.  Currency, after all, is energy, and monetary currency is simply the energy created through economic activity.  I agree with them on this.  The banking cartel control much activity simply because they have “the power to issue and control a nation’s currency supply” which is why they don’t give a $hit who “makes its laws”.

‘L’ is generated when the participants join – 50 ‘L’ – and then only generated through ‘volunteering’ in areas such as teaching and learning.  Since it finds it’s origins in a University and is used primarily by students this makes perfect sense.

It is of my understanding that those involved wish to create a currency that flows between its members – one that they can use for years post-University life.

I do like the idea, or at least the moral philosophy underpinning the notions, but I just don’t think it will be sufficient to pick up the slack created by a $US collapse.  I reckon we’ll survive the euro implosion, i.e. BofE sterling will still be inflicted upon the public in the aftermath of the euro demise.  We won’t, however, be using BofE sterling after the biggest bubble in the history of mankind – the 1971-date $US – pops with the economic magnitude never been seen before.

I suppose, however, and indeed I know full well that the organisers of tgl do not foresee such an epic collapse whilst I believe this is the 1340’s all over again – just with a twist.  The twist, of course, is the internet.

I wish them well though, and any person or group looking to become free from Rothschild’s debt&death paradigm has my full blessing and spiritual support.   Get yourselves some silver too though guys…….just in case.

System Three: the British Constitutional Group’s Sovereign Pound

I know even less about this one than I do about ‘L’.  In fact, as stated, I thought ‘L’ was the sovereign pound.

Apparently the BCG are attempting to neuter BofE sterling through the process of fractional reserve banking.

Specifically, they want people to convert their BofE sterling into sovereign pounds at the ratio of 1:10.  In other words, if you were to bank-wire £100-worth of digital BofE into your digital sovereign pound account you would have one-thousand sovereign pounds.

As with ‘L’, I’m unsure this will work on a larger scale, but if a group of people wish to establish a currency for trade amongst them then I say go for it.

A final cautionary note

There is one more proposal doing the rounds in ‘Ol Blighty.  The originators call themselves ‘positive money’ and the people involved tend to be close to the City Of London.  They also propose keeping that old diabolical relic the Bank of England up-and-running.  Mmmmmmm.

Think on………………………….


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