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Shanghai Gold Exchange Has 46.2 Tonnes of Gold Withdrawn In Latest Week

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By noreply@blogger.com (Jesse) There were 46.2 tonnes of gold withdrawn from the Shanghai gold exchange in the latest week.

Since 2009 there have been a total of 9,076 tonnes of gold withdrawn from Shanghai.

I have also included two slides from a recent presentation by Zhang Bingnan, the Chairman of the China Gold Association.

In this he talks about China gold reserves reaching 9816.3 tonnes at the end of 2014, the …read more

Source:: Jesse’s Café Américain

Freedom of the Press Under Government Pressure In Japan

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By noreply@blogger.com (Jesse) History continues to rhyme.

“The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan views with deep concern the recent statements at a meeting of ruling Liberal Democratic Party lawmakers concerning freedom of the press. In particular, we are alarmed by comments that call for putting pressure on corporations to pull advertising from media and to ‘crush’ newspapers in Okinawa that don’t hew to party …read more

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Greece and Goldman: Can the World Afford America’s Fatal Addiction To Unproductive Banking Practices

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By noreply@blogger.com (Jesse)  

I linked to this earlier this week, but apparently some had not seen it.

One might keep in mind that, as in the case of some infamous cases of deceptive banking derivative deals in the US, the Banks often have their ways of co-opting government officials into accepting their schemes. 

The former Greek government was certainly more compliant to Western banks and political suggestions.  It …read more

Source:: Jesse’s Café Américain

Patrick Barron interviewed re: The Greek Crisis

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By Patrick Barron Patrick Barron: The Greek Crisis and the Impossibility of the Euro
Published on Jul 2, 2015
Jeff Deist and Patrick Barron discuss European integration, which pits creditor nations like Germany against hapless debtors like Greece under the yoke of the Eurozone. With the Euro operating as a political project rather than a real currency, spendthrifts like Greece chronically find themselves unable to service debt. Greece, says Patrick, represents an example of Say’s Law in action and a clear refutation of Keynes’s belief that creating artificial demand via cheap credit stimulates production.
Think Greece can’t happen here? Look no further than California, with its …read more

Source:: Mises Canada

Robert Scheer: Plundering Our Freedom With Abandon

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By noreply@blogger.com (Jesse) “Poverty wants much; but greed wants everything.”

Publilius Syrus

“The greed of gain has no time or limit to its capaciousness. Its one object is to produce and consume. It has pity neither for beautiful nature nor for living human beings. It is ruthlessly ready without a moment’s hesitation to crush beauty and life.”

Rabindranath Tagore

“Some people continue to defend trickle-down …read more

Source:: Jesse’s Café Américain

Jim’s Mailbox

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By Jim Sinclair Jim, The New York post warned us on the jobs report’s manipulation months ago. The New York Post warned The Bureau of Labor Statistics was adding fake jobs April report was 221,000 it was revised down 187,000 May report was 280,000 was revised down to 254,000 This report missed, but added 110,000, half the total… The post Jim’s Mailbox appeared first on Jim Sinclair’s Mineset. …read more

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In The News Today

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By Jim Sinclair Bill Holter Warns- Greece is Going to Happen HERE in the US! Bill Holter joins The Doc for an Exclusive Update on the Greek Crisis, and the Potential for a Full Derivatives CONTAGION, Discussing: 1. Greek problem is not $3 billion, its $3 TRILLION IN DERIVATIVES- Will ISDA Allow Default? 2. Greek default WAS NOT… The post In The News Today appeared first on Jim Sinclair’s Mineset. …read more

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Three-Coin Set of 2015 Blue Ridge Parkway Quarters

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By Rhonda Kay On Thursday, July 2, the United States Mint released the 2015 Blue Ridge Parkway Quarters Three-Coin Set. Quarters of the set commemorate the national roadway found mostly in North Carolina.

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Source:: Coin News

Gold Regains Euro Loss as Greece ‘Set to Vote Yes’ Say Bookmakers, India’s Demand to Buy Hits Summer Lull

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By Adrian Ash BUY GOLD prices in London’s wholesale market edged higher on Friday, as world stock markets fell again ahead of this weekend’s Greek referendum, asking voters whether they accept the terms of a bail-out which Athens’ creditors now say is off the table.

With the New York gold futures market closed for Independence Day, prices to buy gold with Dollars touched $1170 per ounce, regaining two-thirds of the week’s earlier 1.5% drop.

As a snap opinion poll showed Greek voters split almost 50-50 over Sunday’s ballot, prices to buy gold with Euros rose back to last Friday’s closing level at €1054 …read more

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Market Report: Precious metals subdued

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By toni.sty@goldmoney.com (Alasdair Macleod) Gold and silver had a poor week, with no relief from drifting prices after the end of the second quarter.
The gold price opened on Monday morning in the Far East at $1187 and fell to a low point at $1158 yesterday. Silver mirrored gold’s move falling from $16.05 to $15.50. Both metals rallied yesterday afternoon with gold down slightly but silver up 14 cents. In early European trading this morning there were further small gains.The news this week was dominated by Greece, which should have led to European demand for gold, and it was indeed reported that Greeks were buyers …read more

Source:: Gold Money

Dignity and Respect in Blue

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The curriculum in most police academies is heavy on firearms and self-defense techniques. This is necessary but not sufficient. Police need public cooperation for one simple reason: They are usually outnumbered. Top marksmanship will not help one officer control a hostile crowd of 10, 50, or 100 people. His best weapon is the ability to get them on his side. An arms-race mentality is just one sign police in many places have forgotten this principle. Armored vehicles take the place of common … …read more

Source:: The Daily Bell

Greece Sundays Vote Will Determine Liberty Or Serfdom

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According to history books, democracy originated in Greece. Of course, historians could be mistaken, but this is the prevailing view among Western populations with enough awareness to be interested to know. What we are witnessing today, July 2, 2015, is that after 2,500 years in the Western World only the current Greek government is interested in democracy. The Greek government, to the surprise and consternation of every other European government, has called a referendum for the Greek people to … …read more

Source:: The Daily Bell