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Interesting find. Pre-crime/event on TV show?

Leading up to the 8 minute 38 second point of this show. It incorporates several topics including war, start of the U.S. civil war, bloody Kansas and terrorism. Entire show with a anti-God tint. At the 8.38 minute part of the program,or 08/11? it shows a billboard stating "Be Polite". Look up in the left hand corner of the screen. Looks like 7 perfect contrails in formation. Like fighter jet contrails? I don't know, but it's strange. The program as a whole seems to mock God. Granted, people do crazy things when using God as a shield. Who knows, maybe their just trying to mess with people heads and be recognized, new form of marketing??? or Maybe I have an over-active imagination? :)

Major cities, states. Kansas, Boston, Philadelphia...

Peace!

Church and State

How States got their Shapes.

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Never Mind.... I'm a dumb ass. After looking at the 8.38 part again I looked to the rear. Power Lines is more likely. Good example of seeing things that shouldn't be seen...

My Bad......
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Never Mind.... I'm a dumb ass. After looking at the 8.38 part again I looked to the rear. Power Lines is more likely. Good example of seeing things that shouldn't be seen...

My Bad......

Interesting vid, but delete the suspicion.
Heehaw. Sweet ass name, g. My sock puppet is #1PAIDshill

We should hang.
(06-23-2011 07:16 PM)12GaugeAngel Wrote: [ -> ]Heehaw. Sweet ass name, g. My sock puppet is #1PAIDshill

We should hang.

Yea.... I thought it a good name when connectingthedots and friends were convinced I worked for JPM. lol I was telling people to be careful and not to buy the top in silver. Makes me a JPM employee trolling the web. lol I saw the above vid and thought WTF. Just proves we can all be a dumb-ass! :)
Omg... We're like long lost twins. Same exact thing happened to me! Dude cd truly believes I'm a paid shill... From the government I think...
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(06-23-2011 09:54 PM)12GaugeAngel Wrote: [ -> ][Image: TWINS.jpg]

Yes....I'm the guy that traded "paper" SLV among other paper products. lol Noticed the Kool-Aid drinking was getting a little toxic so I added my two cents before and after the correction. Using the dotguys own words to try and balance the B.S. being posted.

Posted this but forgot to sign in regarding silver. I'm now watching and taking small bites of the miners these days. Waiting for SLV to base...

Peace!

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RE: REALIST NEWS - 25% increase in silver price to occur around September 2011
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Another way to play this is with proven reserve mining stocks. Somewhat volatile and trade inversely to the physical bullion much of the time. Not for the faint of heart or novice if one wants to trade these stocks. Larger miners such as Newmont mining and Pan American Silver could be long term holds in case TSHTF. Another way to distribute ones risk within the sector. Do your own due-diligence should you choose this option and stay on top of things.


Should they do a call-in of precious metals??? For a new currency? Quality Mining stocks is another way to try and preserve $$$.
wow jpmsa.....quality mining stocks ...ok....Call in of precious metals...go tell that to apmex and monex and every other bullion dealer...sure mabye back in the past but I highly doubt it IMP


get ready to ascend!
(06-24-2011 01:13 AM)Tony Chims Wrote: [ -> ]wow jpmsa.....quality mining stocks ...ok....Call in of precious metals...go tell that to apmex and monex and every other bullion dealer...sure mabye back in the past but I highly doubt it IMP


get ready to ascend!


I made that comment originally in response to comments made on a video originally posted on the 25% Silver increase tread. My point was diversify as I've always stated. Anything is possible.......especially during a "national emergency". I don't like putting all my eggs in one basket. Just takes one trip or fall and half the eggs are broken......

Who knows.......small bites, starting next month.

Another Broker Halts Trading In Gold And Silver Products

06/19/2011 23:35 -0400


CMC Markets, a broker out of Australia which offers Contracts For Difference (CFDs), has just formally joined the increasingly larger group headed byForex.com (discussed on Saturday) which is now advising customers that gold and silver trading will be prohibited in a month. Specifically, CMC has said that beginning July 29, it will no longer offer nor roll any of its existing gold and silver CFDs. What is curious is that unlike Forex.com, which advised clients it is halting comparable trading on July 25 as pertains to spot OTC products (XAU and XAG), CMC's halt is impacting gold and silver futures. While we still are not confident we understand precisely what span of products is prohibited by Dodd-Frank, it appears that ever more brokers are interpreting the law loosely enough to where practically all gold and silver products will soon be removed from retail participation. Readers, however, can rest assured that the CFTC, which is urgently delaying any of the Frankendodd provisions that impair Wall Street bottom lines, will not move a finger to address or resolve this issue which will suddenly affect millions of retail investors in the US, and around the world.

From CMC Markets:



http://www.zerohedge.com/article/another...r-products


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July 21, 2010, President Obama signed into law the “Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act” (the “Dodd-Frank Act” or “Act”). The Dodd-Frank Act most likely will bring about sweeping regulatory changes within the financial services industry. However, at over 2,300 pages in length, few people have read this legislation in its entirety. Of those individuals who have read the Act, few can comprehend the implications of such sweeping reform. As a result, I have teamed up with attorney Nicole Kuchera, from Chicago’s Henderson & Lyman, to review the content of the Dodd-Frank Act. Through this process we were able to identify some areas of the Act that are most likely to affect Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) regulated entities and National Futures Association (“NFA”) member firms.
The impact of the Act on commodity futures, over-the-counter retail foreign currency (“OTC forex”), and over-the-counter retail precious metals (“OTC metals”) transactions has been largely ignored by the media to date. Although the Dodd-Frank Act has been championed as a victory for consumer protection and rigid Wall Street reform, there is little actual clarity with respect to its practical implications. Since being signed into law, FCMs, IBs, CPOs, and CTAs have reached out to us regarding the vast amount of regulatory uncertainty now present in the financial industry. To assist commodities firms in complying with and understanding the Dodd-Frank Act, we have attempted to identify several of its most sweeping provisions. Our thoughts do not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon in particular circumstances. We recommend that you contact competent counsel or a legal professional before taking any action in this complex area.

That being said, based on the current language of the Act, the following four areas are likely to have the most significant implications for commodity futures, OTC forex, and OTC precious metals market participants:

Elimination of OTC Forex

Effective 90 days from its inception, the Dodd-Frank Act bans most retail OTC forex transactions. Section 742© of the Act states as follows:

…A person [which includes companies] shall not offer to, or enter into with, a person that is not an eligible contract participant, any agreement, contract, or transaction in foreign currency except pursuant to a rule or regulation of a Federal regulatory agency allowing the agreement, contract, or transaction under such terms and conditions as the Federal regulatory agency shall prescribe…

This provision will not come into effect, however, if the CFTC or another eligible federal body issues guidelines relating to the regulation of foreign currency within 90 days of its enactment. Registrants and the public are currently being encouraged by the CFTC to provide insight into how the Act should be enforced. See CFTC Rulemakings regarding OTC Derivatives located at the following website address, under Section XX – Foreign Currency (Retail Off Exchange). It is essential that OTC forex participants seek professional help to discuss possible operational and regulatory contingency plans.

Elimination of OTC Metals

As for OTC precious metals such as gold or silver, Section 742(a) of the Act prohibits any person [which again includes companies]from entering into, or offering to enter into, a transaction in any commodity with a person that is not an eligible contract participant or an eligible commercial entity, on a leveraged or margined basis. This provision intends to expand the narrow so called “Zelener fix” in the Farm Bill previously ratified by congress in 2008. The Farm Bill empowered the CFTC to pursue anti-fraud actions involving rolling spot transactions and/or other leveraged forex transactions without the need to prove that they are futures contracts. The Dodd-Frank Act now expands this authority to include virtually all retail cash commodity market products that involve leverage or margin – in other words OTC precious metals.

The prohibition of Section 742(a) does not apply, however, if such a transaction results in actual delivery within 28 days, or creates an enforceable obligation to deliver between a seller and a buyer that have the ability to deliver, and accept delivery of, the commodity in connection with their lines of business. This may be problematic as in most spot metals trading virtually all contracts fail to meet these requirements. As a result, although the courts’ interpretation of Section 742(a) is unknown, Section 742(a) is likely to have a significantly negative impact on the OTC cash precious metals industry. Here too, it is essential that those who offer to be a counterparty to OTC metals transactions seek professional help to discuss possible operational and regulatory contingency plans.

Small Pool Exemption Eliminated

http://seekingalpha.com/article/218529-o...ld-trading
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