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Re: Did Aryans evolve in Ice-Age Europe?

PostWed Jul 19, 2017 12:05 am

permela wrote:The stronger and more racist and savage a race is, the more likely it will be able to defend and to expand its own territory. Evolution is more likely to create savages like Tyrannosaurus rex than a civilized species that can outlast planet Earth.


That is an interesting observation. T-Rex was around for eons, but did not outlast
the seven-minute Chicxulub impactor. As I understand it, ticks...fleas..cockroaches
and such have been around even longer than T-Rex. Does that make them a superior
life-form? The appearance of Donya of Hevar and her race as I described here...

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...could happen on a cosmic timescale of less than two heartbeats. On an evolutionary
timescale, the appearance of Jews and Aryans are approximately that of one heartbeat.
Who or what will be around in 100k years to witness the ultimate outcome? Certainly
not we the living. Each of us must strive for the best within us, and Mother Nature will
certainly do the rest.
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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

PostWed Jul 19, 2017 1:02 am

...at any rate..to maintain the topic...Ted Butler wrote....

We've experienced the mother of all selloffs in silver, in
both positioning and price, and this will most likely result
in the price explosion I began focusing on two months ago.
The futures contract positioning changes explain why silver
prices have been smashed, but they also set up the price
explosion to come. It has to be that way.

The changes in this week's Commitments of Traders (COT) Report,
for positions held as of the close of business on Monday,
July 3rd, were spectacularly bullish, making this the fourth
reporting week in a row of significant improvement in both
silver and gold.

Through last Monday, july 3rd, JPMorgan had bought back 13,000
short contracts over the last four reporting weeks, leaving it
short 15,000 contracts. The 13,000 short contracts that
JPMorgan bought back are the equivalent of 65 million ounces.
To be sure, these are paper ounces and not physical ounces, but
in this case they are the same as far as JPMorgan is concerned.
There is no way that JPMorgan, or anyone else, could possibly
buy 65 million actual ounces of silver over the past few weeks.
The huge volume on the price plunge of Friday, July 7th, suggests
they bought back another 20 to 25 million ounces. This would
leave them with the lowest short position they've ever had.
We'll assume until next Friday's report that they have bought
an additional 25 million paper ounces.

JPMorgan holds such an unusual silver position overall, unlike
any other the world has ever seen, that it makes paper and
physical the same. Because JPMorgan holds 600 million ounces of
physical silver and also holds a very large COMEX paper short
position, for it to buy back 65 million ounces of its paper short
position is exactly the same as if it bought 65 million ounces
of physical silver.

What this means is that JPMorgan has benefited more than any
other single in silver's recent price plunge. The mark-to-market
loss it would have taken on its massive physical silver position
only counts if it were to dispose of its physical metal at
current prices and that's not happening. What counts is the
65 million ounces of paper short positions that no longer exist.
Not only is JPMorgan off the hook on 65 million and probably
25 million ounces more it held short, the crooked bank got off
the hook with a profit ('way to go, Jamie)!

Buying back its short positions at lower prices than it originally
sold at, JPMorgan preserved their impossibly perfect trading
record of never taking a loss. Buying back as many of its COMEX
short contracts as possible is the single best thing JPMorgan
could do for itself. JPM is now more net long in silver than
ever before, and therefore stands to gain more on a silver price
rally than ever before More importantly, buying back COMEX
paper short positions was the only practical way for JPM to so
drastically increase its net silver long position. The silver
market structure is more bullish than ever has been. It may
feel like a time to throw the towel in on silver, but in
mechanical market structure terms, it's hard to imagine how
the structure could improve from here.

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The Aryan race will be a minority in its own homelands soon

PostWed Jul 19, 2017 10:54 am

permela wrote:Evolution is more likely to create savages like Tyrannosaurus rex . . .
Wade Hampton III wrote:As I understand it, ticks...fleas..cockroaches and such have been around even longer than T-Rex.
Evolution created T-Rex, wolves, Jews, ticks...fleas.. and other parasites and savages. The farmers from which Aryans descend (not evolution) domesticated:
1) The Aryan race by weeding out of its gene pool the savage survival instincts that Negroes enjoy, e.g., rape, murder, robbery, theft, and other crimes.
2) Most of the plants and animals that make Aryan civilization possible.

Stop cultivating your garden and orchard and weeds and vines will quickly kill them. Aryans and their civilization will suffer the same fate if they allow Negroes to invade their homelands and to infest their neighborhoods, schools, etc.

Places like Detroit exist because of White Flight. Civilized Aryans more out of their neighborhoods when Negro savages move in. Domesticated plants, animals and species of mankind can not compete with their savage cousins. The Aryan race will be a minority in its own homelands soon, and will probably be extinct sooner than you think.

Can anyone who participates in the forum suggest a successful solution to this problem?
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Re: The Aryan race will be a minority in its own homelands s

PostWed Jul 19, 2017 10:27 pm

permela wrote:
permela wrote:Evolution is more likely to create savages like Tyrannosaurus rex . . .
Wade Hampton III wrote:As I understand it, ticks...fleas..cockroaches and such have been around even longer than T-Rex.
Evolution created T-Rex, wolves, Jews, ticks...fleas.. and other parasites and savages. The farmers from which Aryans descend (not evolution) domesticated:
1) The Aryan race by weeding out of its gene pool the savage survival instincts that Negroes enjoy, e.g., rape, murder, robbery, theft, and other crimes.
2) Most of the plants and animals that make Aryan civilization possible.

Stop cultivating your garden and orchard and weeds and vines will quickly kill them. Aryans and their civilization will suffer the same fate if they allow Negroes to invade their homelands and to infest their neighborhoods, schools, etc.

Places like Detroit exist because of White Flight. Civilized Aryans more out of their neighborhoods when Negro savages move in. Domesticated plants, animals and species of mankind can not compete with their savage cousins. The Aryan race will be a minority in its own homelands soon, and will probably be extinct sooner than you think.

Can anyone who participates in the forum suggest a successful solution to this problem?

Ours is a multi-generational struggle, a "marathon" rather than a "sprint" if you will. Building alliances with individuals and families and using the knowledge of each other's talents towards forming of physical communities made up of allied families who create and sustain our own institutions is generally how I see the problem being solved. It isn't easy, definitely not a fast solution, but if we will ourselves to bring it about in the small ways, so it should become bigger with time.

Now you wanted a "successful" solution, well, success is in the doing on the part of each of us day by day. By "doing" I'm talking about outreach/alliance-recruiting to the rest of our people who are unaware of our existence, goals, and so forth. People like Kevin Strom prepare broadcasts that reach large audiences. Others not so talented might distribute a few flyers or NA business cards a day. I think you get the idea here, and all I can suggest for you to be successful is to find ways suitable to your talents in helping accomplish this perpetual outreach/recruiting task.
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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

PostThu Aug 24, 2017 4:53 pm

Shawn Lee, Precious Metals Specialist, responds to
"Will silver prices ever again see $30 oz?"

The first item to address: what determines the
price of silver? The silver spot price is
determined by the Commodities Exchange, also
known as the Comex. Buyers and sellers from
around the world come together and transact
business literally every second of every
business day. The result of these trades is
the current “market” price, or spot price.

At this point I have to address an ugly truth.
The Comex market has been manipulated by large
banks to make profits at the expense of others.
Here is how it works: Banks will sell into the
market at illiquid times in order to drop the
price below a market participant’s sell stops.
These sell stops will give further momentum to
the price decline and cause others to sell as
well. At this point the banks will purchase
new contracts at the lower prices to cover
their positions. They will not only suppress
the price of silver, but also make a nice
profit at the same time. This has been
happening for years now. A similar practice
is used to “cap” the price when demand is
causing upward price movements. They print
as many paper contracts as needed to achieve
their goals.

I don’t believe that we will see the Comex
silver market at $30 an ounce until something
interferes with the banks ability to manipulate.
There are a few scenarios where this could be
achieved:

1. The cost of extraction increases to
$30 an ounce, primarily thru increased
fuel costs. If this was the case, you
would probably be spending $10 for a
loaf of bread.

2. The Comex market breaks and is closed
due to a lack of deliverable metals.

3. The Government’s regulatory agencies
finally decide to enforce their own
rules and ban this unfair trading
practice.

4. Hyperinflation hits and the price of
everything increases substantially.

I do believe that we will see silver break out to
new highs in the future. The only questions is
when and why. History tells us that manipulation
and rampant debt cannot go on forever…

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Re: The Aryan race will be a minority in its own homelands s

PostFri Aug 25, 2017 10:43 am

permela wrote:Stop cultivating your garden and orchard and weeds and vines will quickly kill them. Aryans and their civilization will suffer the same fate if they allow Negroes to invade their homelands and to infest their neighborhoods, schools, etc.

Places like Detroit exist because of White Flight. Civilized Aryans more out of their neighborhoods when Negro savages move in. Domesticated plants, animals and species of mankind can not compete with their savage cousins. The Aryan race will be a minority in its own homelands soon, and will probably be extinct sooner than you think.

Can anyone who participates in the forum suggest a successful solution to this problem?

Nice analogy with the garden, permela.

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Geographical separation of Aryans from the human "weeds" -- not just White flight, running from the problem -- is the only solution. Jim's simple solution is what leads to our people's collective will to survive as a unique sub-species. Of course, Jim, as an Alliance member, is with the program. Those who choose not to join our Alliance are on their own, without a program beyond the failed Constitution and the Jew's Bible and tribal god. Our door remains open to them.
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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

PostSat Dec 23, 2017 8:35 pm

USG, Jamie Dimon & Silver

...by Ted Butler via Silver Seek, 21st December, 2017.

Here’s a thought that I fully acknowledge didn’t originate with me,
but from a close associate, even though it incorporates many of my
findings. If it does come to fruition, I will gladly reveal my
associate’s identity to give him his proper due; but in case it
doesn’t, I’ll spare him any embarrassment for an incorrect premise.
As I think you’ll see, I can’t deny that my friend’s premise seems
to tie up all the loose ends about the silver manipulation. In a
few short months, we will hit the ten year anniversary of perhaps
the most seminal event in modern silver history – the takeover of
the failing investment bank, Bear Stearns, by JPMorgan in March 2008.
Bear Stearns failed as a firm due to a variety of problems which,
in effect, caused a run on the bank. But what makes the failure and
subsequent takeover so prominent in silver history was the revelation
shortly thereafter that Bear had been the biggest short seller in COMEX
silver and gold futures and was replaced in that role by JPMorgan.

Since the takeover, JPMorgan has not only remained the largest short
seller in COMEX silver futures, but has gone on to rack up a perfect
trading record on the short side of COMEX silver; taking profits on
every new short position it has added since taking over Bear Stearns
and never, ever taking a loss. More importantly, for the past nearly
seven years, JPMorgan has used its ironclad control over silver prices
to accumulate the largest investment position ever witnessed in physical
silver; and all at the depressed prices it created with its massive
paper short position on the COMEX. At this point, I peg JPM’s physical
silver position to be no less than 675 million oz. I’ve been on JPMorgan’s
case since the fall of 2008, when I first uncovered that the bank was
the new king short in silver. Because the evidence has been so strong
that JPMorgan has both manipulated the price and accumulated a massive
amount of physical silver, I lost any fear I had when I first started
referring to JPMorgan as crooked in its silver (and gold) dealings.
Yes, I still send the bank all my articles and I assume I would have
heard from bank officials had they had any objection to what I write.

Because the takeover of Bear Stearns by JPMorgan was necessitated by
concerns for the stability of the financial system, it was, basically
arranged and overseen by the highest levels of US Government financial
regulators, the Treasury Dept. and the Federal Reserve. In a nutshell,
Bear Stearns was too big to fail. Yet fail it did, although the USG
and JPMorgan took strong measures to contain the damage from the Bear
Stearns failure. One of those measures was to prevent Bear’s failure
from affecting the silver and gold market. As the biggest short seller
in COMEX gold and silver futures contracts, Bear Stearns’ failure would
be expected to cause prices to explode in an orgy of short covering by
the biggest short suddenly gone bad. Actually, silver and gold prices
had been running to new highs back then as Bear Stearns lurched toward
bankruptcy in mid-March 2008. From the start of that year, silver had
jumped by $6 to $21, a new 28 year price high and gold hit its then all-
time high of over $1000, up $150 since year end, with both price highs
occurring on the very day that Bear Stearns was taken over, March 17, 2008
(St. Patrick’s Day). That was the day, of course, when JPMorgan took over
the short reins from Bear Stearns, with full prodding, cooperation and
participation from the US Treasury and the Fed. Almost from that day,
silver and gold prices began falling and didn’t stop until October of
2008, when silver traded below $9, nearly 60% lower than when JPMorgan
took over – not just Bear Stearns, but the market itself. Gold fell
from its then all-time high of $1020 to under $700 by that October.
And on these massive price declines in 2008, JPMorgan bought back much
of its massive COMEX short position with profits of many hundreds of
millions of dollars. This was the very first of the many coming
successful manipulation campaigns conducted by JPMorgan upon its
ascension to the very top of the silver market.

Not one word of the forgoing was made up and can be easily substantiated.
I fully admit that as the events of 2008 unfolded, I didn’t have as
clear a perspective of what was occurring as I do now, but 2008 was a
big year for me, what with initiating the infamous 5 year investigation
into silver manipulation by the CFTC and having the agency confirm my
speculation that it was JPMorgan as the big COMEX silver and gold short.
That being said, I had no idea back then about what would transpire over
the next ten years in silver and gold. I had a pretty good sense that
prices would move higher and they did, with silver up more than five-fold
from the lows of 2008 to the highs near $49 less than three years later.
But I never conceived that JPMorgan would regain control for the next seven
years and pressure prices lower. Otherwise, I would have told you (and myself).
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Because of the involvement of the US Treasury and Federal Reserve in JPMorgan
taking over Bear Stearns was so obvious, no one can deny that JPMorgan
demanded and received something in return for “saving” the financial system;
that reward being allowed to dominate and control the silver (and gold) market
without regulatory interference. To my mind, the reward included a hands-off
agreement by which the CFTC was ordered to ignore the increasingly blatant
dominance over the silver and gold markets by JPM. Many have further expanded
this premise to claim that this proves the US Government is controlling the
price of precious metals, but I’ve never gone that far (because nothing I have
seen in my more than half-century of adult life persuades me the government
I’ve observed over all that time is capable of such a feat). While not a
believer in full-blown conspiracy theories by any measure, it is also clear
to me that the CFTC has handled JPMorgan with kid gloves, at best. How else
to describe the behavior of JPMorgan in the silver market that no other entity
could get away with? We don’t have to go much further than JPM never taking a
loss on COMEX silver short positions and how it can be allowed to be both the
biggest paper short and biggest physical buyer simultaneously. How can one
reconcile the broader concern of overall government control of precious metals
prices in the face of JPMorgan’s specific actions in COMEX silver? My friend’s
speculation does a pretty good job of answering that dilemma. He contends that
the US Government made a ten year deal with JPMorgan, giving the bank immunization
against regulatory oversight in matters involving silver (and gold). And we’re
certainly close to the ten-year mark of any such agreement. Again, I’m not
claiming authorship of the ten year deal speculation, but I do wish I was the
author. That’s because it aligns perfectly with everything I think I know about
silver, the US Government, COMEX and JPMorgan. I never believed the USG would
grant permanent immunity to JPMorgan for manipulating silver and gold, so a ten
year deal fits as a substitute. Certainly, JPMorgan has put the last ten years
to good use, in both milking guaranteed profits from its COMEX short side paper
dominance and then by beginning to accumulate physical silver seven years ago
on a scale never before witnessed. Most importantly, the ten year deal fits
perfectly with my “big one” premise, as it is downright remarkable what a good
position JPMorgan has put itself in for a liftoff in price just recently. My
friend holds that the coming end to this year marks the end of the ten year
deal and I’m in no position to argue, since it was his idea to start with.
Aside from me fervently wishing that his take will be the right take, I can
find nothing to dispute it.
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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

PostMon Jan 08, 2018 1:24 am

Jamie WHO?

Tremors in the Silver Market. Headed to $100/oz?

Who Prices Precious Metals?

For years the LBMA (London Bullion Market Association) has been the source of
the twice daily London silver price “fix”, which sets the price twice a day
through a carefully controlled digital auction process. In general, auctions
can be the most direct way of establishing a market price, but obviously only
if all interested parties have a seat at the table to bid. Out of the 500-1000
parties that actively trade silver bullion on commodities markets, only 7 are
allowed to bid in this critically important auction. The question then becomes
– is this a true “auction” or is it collusion among the most major participants
in the market? The FTC website defines price fixing as...

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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

PostSun Jan 21, 2018 8:41 am

[youtube][/youtube]Silver Report Uncut
Published on Jan 19, 2018...

During the next economic collapse JP Morgan's massive silver stockpile that they
have been collecting since the price began to drop will make them the richest and
most powerful bank in history. The physical silver hoard held by JP Morgan is
larger than the hunt brothers and was accumulated at a time when price was in
decline. like them or hate then the reality is they know money before it moves
and most people think it's foolish to own silver.

Wade says,"King Jamie intends to rule...make no mistake about that."

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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

PostThu Jan 25, 2018 11:06 pm

Epic Rise in Silver Prices Unavoidable!

By Ted Butler, Commodity Trade Butler

In the annals of silver in the modern age, there have been two well-known
instances of very large investor accumulations of the metal. First came the
purchase by the Hunt Brothers and their associates in early 1980, followed
by the purchase by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, 17 years later. The
Hunts were said to control around 100 million ounces of actual metal (plus
another 100 million ounces in long paper futures contracts), while Berkshire
held as many as 129 million ounces. Now there is compelling evidence of a
third great investment accumulation of physical silver by none other than
JPMorgan, one of the most powerful and connected banks in the world. From
zero in April 2011, the amount of silver in the JPMorgan COMEX warehouse
has increased to 120 million ounces. Just about every ounce moved into the
JPMorgan COMEX warehouse over the past 7 years has come from futures deliveries
stopped (taken) by JPM in its own name. JPMorgan took delivery of 14 million
ounces in December and so far, 13 million ounces have remained in the warehouses
from which the metal was delivered. So this means that JPMorgan now holds more
than 133 million ounces of silver in COMEX warehouses, or more than was held
by the Hunt Bros or by Berkshire Hathaway at their peaks. There was a lot more
silver in the world in 1980 and 1998 than there is today, meaning that JPMorgan’s
accumulation is much more of an accomplishment than previous silver acquisitions.

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JPMorgan’s COMEX warehouse silver holdings are only the tip of the iceberg. Beneath
the surface, the true extent of JPMorgan’s physical silver accumulation is nothing
short of mind-boggling. All told, including the verifiable 133 million ounces held
in its own and other COMEX warehouses, JPMorgan holds at least 675 million ounces
of actual silver. Simply put, JPMorgan has acquired six times as much metal as bought
by the Hunts or Berkshire Hathaway. Common sense would dictate that such a large
acquisition as JPM’s 675 million ounces (nearly 45% of the 1.5 billion ounces of
silver bullion in the form of industry standard 1,000 ounces bars in the world),
could not be bought by any entity without driving prices sharply higher. So how
could JPMorgan do so without it being noticed and without driving silver prices
sharply higher? The answer is that in addition to being the biggest physical silver
accumulator in history, JPMorgan has simultaneously been the largest short seller
in COMEX silver futures for the entire time since it acquired Bear Stearns in early
2008. JPMorgan has pulled off something that couldn’t possibly be replicated not
just in silver but in any other world commodity. Never again will any one entity
be able to accumulate 45% of the world’s supply of a commodity. JPMorgan’s
accumulation is more bullish on silver than any other single consideration by
a factor of 1,000. I remain convinced that JPMorgan has the same intent as did
the two previous great physical accumulators of investment silver, the Hunt Bros.
and Warren Buffet. That intent is to sell at as large a profit as possible. No
one buys any investment asset with the intention of losing money, least of all
JPMorgan. They didn’t spend the last seven years accumulating physical silver to
sell that silver at anything but the highest price possible. I can’t tell you
when JPM will let silver prices fly, but I am certain that that day is coming.
And considering the means and deception with which it has accumulated the
physical silver it holds, watching JPMorgan distribute its holdings at the
highest prices it can attain will be one for the history books. That’s what
these guys do for a living. Given the clear evidence of the historic and epic
accumulation by JPMorgan of physical silver in amounts so massive, it’s near
impossible to rule out an upside surprise in silver prices at any moment.
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