Where are the cops? Bahahaha!
The Financial Times yesterday released another BLATANTLY FALSE story in order to crash the precious metals market claiming that…
“A draft bailout document seen by the Financial Times, said: ‘The Cypriot authorities have committed to sell the excess amount of gold reserves owned by the Republic.”
Cyprus to dive into it’s gold reserves
And the next day it was proven to be false as the Cyprus Central Bank released a statement saying that selling their gold was never even discussed.
WAIT! Wasn’t it the Financial Times that broke the story in August 2012 that the CFTC was dropping the silver investigation?!
Four-year silver Investigation Set to be Dropped
“A four-year investigation into the possible manipulation of the the silver market looks increasingly likely to be dropped after US regulators failed to find enough evidence to support a legal case, according to three people familiar with the situation.”
Of course the silver investigation has NOT been dropped and according to CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton dropping the case was never even on the table.
This is the second time that the Financial Times has DELIBERATELY tried to scare people out of the precious metals.
This is CRIMINAL behavior on the part of the Financial Times and I’m sure that the SEC and the CFTC have their “BEST PEOPLE” working on it.
Let’s get real people – physical gold and silver in your hot little hands is theONLY way to survive what’s about to hit. No matter what the Mainstream Media tells you…KEEP ON STACKING!
May the Road you choose be the Right Road.
PS – Got an email from our friend Jeff Berwick saying that business over at his bitcoin-to-metal site it doing very well. The Bad Guys hate this “free market reaction” more than Bitcoin itself. Keep it up Jeff! 🙂
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