posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 11:26 AM
Whether or not the "DHS insider" is a credible source, OP, what he says is right on the money.
This metals crash is obvious, blatant manipulation, and it is taking place all over the world. Metals manipulation at this level shows me that the
dollar is on life support. If metals are high, confidence in the US dollar is eroded. The metals are a barometer of dollar strength, and the feds
Crashing the metals accomplishes two things: Gives the illusion of dollar strength and market health, and it allows the big money players to
buy up as much as they can at firesale prices.
The US has been printing waaayyy too much currency, rendering it worthless. Japan is now on the QE bandwagon and is also printing a bunch of
worthless yen. Asian countries are buying up a lot of metals, as a way to back their currency and keep it strong.
Why a dollar crash? Because you cannot print a crap-ton of money and expect it to hold its value. This is a basic tenet of economics.
I have been trying all morning to buy physical silver. I can't get my order to go through online, and a call to several of the sellers only gives me
a busy signal. The stuff is flying off the shelves, obviously. Couple that with a silver mine collapse late last week, in which 16% of the world's
silver is produced, and that Apple had to slow production of its iPad due to lack of silver, and you have to marvel at the cojones of these creeps who
are driving the price into the ground in order to scoop up all they can, and give us all the illusion of economic stability.