“Instead of a sane response to real climate change which indicates we are tilting toward an ice age, governments scramble to keep alive policies designed to manipulate and deceive the people.”
– Harold J. Satterfield
“Climate change” a scheme for implementing world government
By Harold J. Satterfield
Brexit is only the most obvious symptom of a more general problem that is deep rooted and probably cannot be fixed by politicians taking conventional measures.
The fact is that globalization is failing. It’s beginning a slow and at this point almost imperceptible drop toward the hard cobblestones below that can only accelerate, and when it finally hits bottom, it will break into a million pieces and all the king’s horses and all the king’s men won’t be be able to fix it.
The price of gold and silver is set to explode according to one of the most well known CEO’s in the precious metals mining space.
Keith Neumeyer, the CEO of one of the world’s lowest-cost primary silver producers, says that the negative headlines surrounding history’s most trusted monetary instruments will soon give way and the smart money, including the likes of George Soros and Carl Icahn, is taking massive positions ahead of the breakout.
Neumeyer, who has created two billion-dollar companies and recently founded the mineral bank investment firm First Mining Finance, argues that the fundamentals are simply too great to ignore.
– Precious Metals ‘Perfect Storm’ As MSGM Risks Align (ZeroHedge, Aug 24, 2012):
Today’s AM fix was USD 1,666.50, EUR 1,329.16, and GBP 1,051.88 per ounce.
Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,662.50, EUR 1,324.07and GBP 1,047.57 per ounce.
Silver is trading at $30.37/oz, €24.36/oz and £19.25/oz. Platinum is trading at $1,541.00/oz, palladium at $642.50/oz and rhodium at $1,025/oz.
Gold climbed $14.60 or 0.88% in New York yesterday and closed at $1,669.40. Silver surged to a high at $30.81 and finished with a gain of 2.28%. The precious metals have broken out this week with sharp gains being seen in all four precious metals.
Silver as expected led the gains and surged 8.55% in the week, palladium is up 6%, platinum 5% and gold up 3%.
Gold gave back some gains on Friday but it’s still set for its biggest weekly rise in more than 2 months due to the very strong fundamentals.