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January 6, 2012

Ned Naylor-Leyland Interview

Filed under: Gold and Silver Investing, Precious metals — Tags: — totallygroovygirlfriday @ 7:56 pm

Click here for a great interview.

“The chain of custody behind the [gold] price setting mechanism appears to be breaking…the CME and comex futures market mechanisms are clearly nonsense, investors are leaving in droves as you would expect.” Ned Naylor-Leyland

China is setting up a 1:1 gold trading platform in 2012. It will be very interesting how this new investing option does to the LBMA (and all the leased/leveraged metal they have).

There is also a great interview with Jim Willie (from 12-5-11) on the site linked above. Click here.

“Several million private accounts may vanish–Brokerage accounts, Pension funds, Mutual funds, they’re all at risk. We are getting into the middle stages of implosion, where I believe the public will not wake up until at least one million private accounts are stolen, and completely vanish.“

Latest Release from Martin Armstrong dated January 5, 2012

Filed under: Dollar Crisis, Fiat Currency, Martin Armstrong, The Financial Crisis — Tags: — totallygroovygirlfriday @ 1:01 pm

Click here for Martin Armstrong’s latest release entitled When Fiat was the Solution: the Panic of 1789 dated January 5, 2012 (31 pages).

Warren Pollock interviews Ann Barnhardt

Click here for a 40-minute interview with Ann Barnhardt on Warren Pollock’s web-channel. This is a very comprehensive interview regarding why MF Global is a game-changer and creates new risks to investors and the entire financial system. A must listen.

Groovygirl can not emphasize enough how dangerous the MF Global bankruptcy situation is to the entire financial system. Yes, more dangerous than mortgaged-backed securities and more than bank closings that we have experienced since 2007.

Leveraged debt will swallow all capital because the markets will remain volatile and trend lower. There is not enough money in the world to bail it out. And nothing will be done to stop these crimes, so it will continue.

You must protect your capital from the SYSTEM, not just a particular investment avenue.

Warren’s summary:

Ann Barnhardt and I (Warren Pollock) have an open conversation organized to provide background to this crisis, the setting of legal precedent, netting, settlement, and future trends including a potential bank holiday. We talk about MF Global as it applies to savings and commercial banking, brokerage, insurance, and commodities. We talk about numeric impossibility of solving the problem, incest between government and finance, having the victim of the crisis pay rather than the fraudster. We explain how the MF Global bankruptcy process will define how customer funds will be treated in a bank holiday. We talk about the idea of having an honest bank holiday to root out fraud vs an economic crisis which plays to looting and criminal activity of vested interest.

Update from Fairewinds

Filed under: Odds 'n ends — totallygroovygirlfriday @ 1:30 am

Click here for Arnie Gunderson’s latest update on the Nuclear Disaster in Japan.

“TEPCO Believes Mission Accomplished & Regulators Allow Radioactive Dumping in Tokyo Bay.”

Is the Japanese government and the IAEA protecting the nuclear industry and not the people of Japan by claiming that Fukushima is stable when it is not? Fairewinds’ chief engineer Arnie Gundersen outlines major inconsistencies and double-speak by the IAEA, Japanese Government, and TEPCO claiming that the Fukushima accident is over. Dynamic versus static equilibrium, escalated dose exposures to the Japanese children and nuclear workers, and the blending of radioactive materials with non-contaminated material and spreading this contaminated ash throughout Japan are only a small part of this ongoing nuclear tragedy.

groovygirl thinks that world leaders don’t understand what the phrase “Mission Accomplished” really means.

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