South Carolina’s Treasury Office has admitted that JPMorgan, the LBMA, HSBC, and the Federal Reserve are in on the Price suppression scheme ——
Listen up. This is an emergency update…. Here is an email I just sent to the Doc, I am sure he will post something on this soon:
I have something very interesting to share and I am not sure if you covered it before but the South Carolina Treasury has admitted that JP Morgan has been manipulating the Silver market through shorts in an official report attached. You can also read about it here:
“Similar to other commodities, the value of gold and silver is determined by supply and demand, as well as speculation. The Federal Reserve, The London Bullion Market Association, JP Morgan Chase, and HSBC Holdings have practiced fractional-reserve banking and engaged in naked short selling causing artificial price suppression.”
I then proceeded to contact the South Carolina Treasury office to inquire about how exactly they came to the conclusion that the silver market was manipulated and they said they would return my phone call….. Well fast forward a couple weeks and they still haven’t gotten back to me.
The scary part I want to let you know about is that they have now taken down the link that leads you to that PDF… the only reason I have that PDF is b/c I downloaded and saved it when I first saw this report a couple weeks ago. I think something fishy is going on here, please post something about this as this could turn into something big. They also talk about how gold may not be in the Comex depository relating to ETFs on page 3 I believe. Anyways, maybe we can drive a campaign for truth and have our readers call this Treasury office listed on their main site here. Let’s make them feel the pressure and divulge how they determined the futures market is rigged:
HornDog ich1baN says he will get a picture when you stop coining yourself. What’s up with that? Are you a troll in disguise trying to pull a fast one on us? If true, I kindly ask you to stop, because it won’t be entertained here.
HornDog Yes, we like pics of girls and names that don’t make sense, but please tell your handlers we ain’t that stupid. I think they need to send their dog for additional training. While you’re at it, tell them to go and fck themselves.
Also, I just wanted to let everyone know that it appears congressmen and women are becoming more aware of the silver manipulation via news outlets reporting it and I just want to encourage everyone to contact their congressmen and women about this issue and cite the SC Treasury report and ask if they can get any answers on it as I have just contacted mine and seem to be getting a little more progress.
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