Friday, July 15, 2011

Canada, GOT gold? Pathetic.


Even Romania, a country known for nothing else then exporting cheap, rough copies of call girls are on this list. I cant wait for STHTF and TEOTWAWKI. I am ready.

34 comments:

  1. i am amazed at that. i thought Canada had made great stides to get their financial house in order over the past 10 years. surely they understand this? to my Canadian and American friends, convert all your excess currency into physical gold and silver. protect your purchasing power. SGS, keep up the great work.

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  2. Canada used to be a top ten gold holder.
    They sold it off in the 80s because Reagan told Mulroney to. So they trade their barbarous relic for sophisticated financial instruments like derivatives and safe, liquid instruments like Treasuries.

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  3. That amazes me considering how much gold we mine here in Canada. I know most of the Sudbury nickel mines are able to pay all there operating costs on by-product gold alone.

    Then again, the average Canadian isn't very swift, and prefers to drink Tim Hortons and talk about sports instead of anything useful.

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  4. The U.S. doesn't have anywhere near that gold. Ever wonder why it has been DECADES since a real audit? Until someone in power is willing to be killed for it, we will go on living this fairy tale that the U.S. has the biggest reserve.

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  5. Canada's gold is in the ground, safe and sound. Ft. Knox and West point were no match for the shylocks. Notice how 33 Liberty is still holding-

    http://www.newyorkfed.org/education/addpub/goldvault.pdf

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  6. I feel great knowing I have more gold then Canada..
    I guess with NAFTA when all merge they will all own the gold reserves as a group...seems to me that the Canadian government would take tax payments from its mining companies in gold ....

    I guess Canada does not have a 'tradition'as the bernak does..so sad...

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  7. The most important post I have ever made!

    Take from it what you will!

    Treasury To Stop Funding Its Market Manipulation Fund To Delay US Bankruptcy

    Update: As Previously Announced, Treasury to Employ Final Extraordinary Measure to Extend U.S. Borrowing Authority Until August 2

    WASHINGTON - Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury released the following statement from Jeffrey Goldstein, Under Secretary for Domestic Finance, regarding the use of the last of the four previously announced measures available to keep our nation under the statutory debt limit, suspension of reinvestment of the Exchange Stabilization Fund.

    "Today, as previously announced, the Treasury Department will suspend reinvestment of the Exchange Stabilization Fund, the last of the measures available to keep the nation under the statutory debt limit. In order to prevent a default on the nation's obligations, Congress must enact a timely increase of the debt ceiling."

    The U.S. reached the debt limit on May 16, 2011, but the Treasury Department has employed three previous measures to temporarily extend our ability to meet the nation's obligations. Those measures, in order taken, are (1) suspending issuance of State and Local Government Series (SLGS) Treasury securities; (2) declaring a "debt issuance suspension period" of the Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund (CSRDF); and (3) suspending reinvestment of the Government Securities Investment Fund (G Fund).

    As previously stated in the May, June, and July monthly updates, taken altogether, these four extraordinary measures allow the Treasury to extend borrowing authority until August 2, 2011.

    http://www.treasury.gov/press-center/press-releases/Pages/tg1243.aspx

    END

    As I've said many times...""Un-backed fiat currencies CANNOT survive without the total and complete control of the prices of gold and silver!" Without the Exchange Stabilization Fund the Banksters are hanging out on their own.

    The Road to Roota is ENDING! Just be careful on the off ramp...stay safe with physical metal in your own possession.

    Bix Weir
    www.RoadtoRoota.com

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  8. Bix Weir has this in his latest letter.

    ""Today, as previously announced, the Treasury Department will suspend reinvestment of the Exchange Stabilization Fund, "

    Does this mean there is no more money to manipulate Gold and Silver?

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  9. and ive failed fml

    and yes sgs ive read at least 3 SAS survival training and the one TEOTWASWKI

    well now lets hope a i can survive the chaos and knife my way through the riots for rice

    cheers

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  10. sinclair said:

    When it gets through that level gold will start jumping $100 to $200 a day. $1,764 should put up the biggest battle of the entire bull market. The number where confidence is lost is $1,764. Through that level you trigger Martin Armstrong and Alf Fields maximum numbers which will be $10,000 to $12,500, therefore expect that price level ($1,764) to be defended vigorously.”

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    now will someone please explain the significance of that seemingly arbitrary number 1764? bc the mouth did not, he compared it to 524 gold back when bc it went "parabolic" at 524 ...

    these numbers that talking heads pull out of their ass really make me doubt their veracity ... esp. when they dont explain shit ...

    if someone gets it, please help.

    thanks :)

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  11. Well, it looks like there is only one choice, Canada must go on strike!

    http://smotri.com/video/view/?id=v364469e0f0

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  12. @Colin: about Sinclair. I am guessing it might have something to do with the trajectory of the upper trendline draw out into the future. Again, just a guess.

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  13. I can see getting into all the hype, but don't you think legislators know that chaos will affect their families if the US Defaults? Obama will emerge once again on TV at 11PM Sunday night to calm the people of the US. He'll announce the frozen deficit like Osama has been quietly slipped into the abyss.

    BTW Canada hasn't had a leader since Trudeau. These idiots in power are all sock puppets to the OWG who drool to be life members so their families & descendants never have to work another day. These morons have no idea what gold is even though they are responsible for the Royal Canadian Mint. To suggest they would buy Ontario gold from mines in Hemlo or Kirkland Lake is ludicrous. You can't reason with idiots!

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  14. Canada is a very modern country:)! No "tradition" there!
    Seriously, I would not place much reliance on that list, the Fed just admitted that they don't own any gold, their gold position is just an "accounting document":).
    Also you mentioned Romania: mines located now in our country were an important source of gold since the Roman Empire times until WW2, but now they are closed down. Most of Romania's gold holdings are in Switzerland or at the LBMA so, they are also just "accounting documents":)
    I gues a lot of other countries hold their gold abroad so...

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  15. Interesting: Libya is #24. Yep, the aggression towards the regime is all about "PPPPPEEEEEAAAAACCCCCEEEEE" you believe that, I got a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you.

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  16. Bet you the Canadian government knows how to get its hands on Sprott's gold when the crash comes. Nationalization "for the greater good" and "patriotic" theft will be the last cards played to rid the serfs of what little freedoms they have left.

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  17. Something for canadians to ponder. Maybe the gov't doesn't hold any because they feel they have enough of it underground that they could simply "nationalize" a few mines if they needed to. Food for thought.

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  18. @oldfordtrkl and @swampfox: I think you both are correct. If it really hits the fan, look for the western countries (governments) to try stuff what you thought you would only read about the U.S.S.R. or North Korea. Hell, we're damn near there anyway if you really do some digging. The New World Order is going for broke. They break us now, or they are done. They have the people in debt up to their eyeballs, foreclosures through the roof, food stamps at an all time high..you don't think this is all by coincidence do you? Not to mention: fiat, goosing of the stock market and suppression of the precious metals. I could go on and on. Sources say about 7,000 people control the world. I wouldn't miss 7,000 CERTAIN people, would you?

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  19. And as far as the 7,000 one of them isn't the one form Kenya, oops, Hawaii. He is the most unqualified person in the room...no matter what room he walks into. He has a Rothchild's hand up his ass like a puppet. Have you ever seen him speak off teleprompter? All he can do is rip on Republicrats when he does. Anything "substantial" and it seems like he has a twitch. The inner cities kill America.

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  20. "And as far as the 7,000 one of them isn't the one form Kenya, oops, Hawaii."

    I voted for dude because I was a sheep back then. Mehhing and providing lamb's wool to the man.

    Seeing him on TV yesterday talking about the debt ceiling, it amazed me at how many sheep must be buying his words and feeling HOPE.

    Hehehe, and being in Texas now, there are big ass billboards that say WHERE'S THE CERTIFICATE? LOL. These sheep are caring about the wrooooong problems...

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  21. @PaidInGold: I disagree. If somehow someone would follow through with the birth certificate, which I think is B.S....everything he signed into law is null & void. Jerome Corsi is leading the charge, but, as usual he is labeled a "kook".

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  22. "Most of Romania's gold holdings are in Switzerland or at the LBMA so, they are also just "accounting documents":)"

    The same Poland. Poland is one of the LARGEST EUROPEAN producer of silver and gold. But most of the polish gold has been sent to London and is now "leased". Poland easily could gather 40-50 tons of gold per year (via KGHM company) but it's ... sold every year.

    The same rare elements. in Poland in Mazury area there's plenty rare elements, that this country easily could buy almost every mortages in Europe, and be one of the wealthiest countries in the world (really....) but this area it's now under covered by "Nature 2000". The problem is our government, doing exactly what USA wants to do...

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  23. I should have added: "if somehow someone would follow through with the birth certificate and not be killed"....

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  24. @Arkadiusz: rare earth elements are the future. You're in Poland? I hope you post often. I'm in the U.S. and want to talk to as many people around the world as possible. Hope you feel the same, SGS. You know...as many as angles as possible...

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  25. But Led, wouldn't the Rothschilds just find a new puppet's ass to penetrate?

    That's why I think it's not the right problem to solve. We gotta rid the zionists!

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  26. Anyone know someone in Iraq? A US citizen preferably, but next a close relative or friend? I got some fiat I bought for S&G when the newest currency came out (what the hell, right?). Isn't appreciating, so I thought if i could send it to someone that needs it, I did my good deed for 2011. BTW: not much in value. I think it is $100 US fiat.

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  27. They are all puppets, PaidInGold. But all the shit Obummer has signed into law would be revoked, that is what I pray for.

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  28. Ohhh, okay. I get it now. Didn't know that before.

    I'm all for it now then. Make the pigs work on creating the laws for a second time.

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  29. Hey, but those call girls from Romania are niceeeeeeeee..!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAhHNCfA7NI

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  30. @Blokletter: I'm pretty sure SGS doesn't want his site to be silver 24/7, but your video has nothing to do with what we're trying to discuss. The chicks are hot, no doubt.

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  31. Another info that may be useful if any of you travel to Austria: one cannot buy more than 20 silver philharmoniks from the Viena mint shop. So much for the freee market:) LOL
    Is this the case at the US Mint/Royal Canadian Mint?

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  32. Durin, out of curiosity, how high was the premium over spot at that shop?

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  33. fockewulfl90@ one silver philharmonik was 33.6 EUR.
    A gold philharmonik was 1,112 EUR, that was on the 8th of july.

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