$36 Silver- The Bankster’s Waterloo?

March is setting up to be a very interesting month for silver. There is a tight and violent action between $36 and $34 silver. This is a battle between the Aware and the Banksters. Sooner or later someone is going to scream uncle, and the Silver Door will be shut for good.

On the floor of $34 silver is the Aware that get the paper manipulation of silver. They include you and me, who no longer trust the dollar, stock market, bond market, ETFs, money market, 401k, IRA, pension, Social Security, FDIC, and any other piece of paper with counter party risk. Hell, even PIMCO does not seem to trust the US T bill anymore.

The Aware also includes countries like China that have trillions in our fiat paper debt. China used to be the biggest exporter of silver 5 years ago, and now are the biggest importer of silver.  In January, Chinese President Hu Jintao has said the international currency system dominated by the US dollar is a “product of the past”. In February, China imported 245 tons of silver. Follow the money folks.

There are hundreds of reasons to buy silver and very few reasons to sell silver. And for every reason to buy silver, there are thousands of people who will buy and hold. The more physical silver in the strong hands of the Aware, the higher and stronger that floor goes.

The ceiling of $36 silver consists of the banksters trying desperately to control the price of silver. The Elite have all of their power tied to the perceived value of their dollar. They use same old tactics of paper manipulation shorting, leasing and ETFs to keep the price under control.

They also don’t want people to take physical delivery this month, which adds even more pressure to the battle. They only have 40,000,000 ounces in the registered category at the CRIMEX. $1.5 Billion takes away the whole ball of wax. That is literally nothing in this quadrillion-dollar dream world we live in.

There are rumors that the banksters cannot even deliver 20,000,000 ounces of silver this month. Harvey Organ wrote a piece about Blythe Masters paying off contracts at an 80% premium for contract holders NOT to take delivery. This physical default of silver would rock the world more than the Japanese earthquake, because it would expose the bankster’s illusion of money.

The Banksters are already short 150 days of global silver production. What are they going to do lump on another couple months of phantom production into the market and drive the price down, just as the silver feeding frenzy is getting going? Can you imagine what would happen now if they hammered silver down 60% like they did in 2008? There would be such a mad rush to buy the real physical silver that it would empty the shelves of all inventory. Finally, all of the silver will then be in the hands of the Aware who will not sell until a new day of justice comes.

There are rumors that the Banksters could suffer exponential losses above $36 Silver through derivatives. A short squeeze or a delivery failure would make the biggest of the too big to fail banks admit that they are insolvent.The Federal Reserve might bail them out, but that money would only add to the current inflationary pressure out there, fueling the silver fire further.

The US Mint is apparently no longer going to produce Silver Eagles after months of record sales. They have even started to inquire the public about what other materials we would like to see in our coins. I suggested we make aluminum tokens just like Chuck E. Cheese uses in my article, “In Pizza We Trust.”

It will be interesting to see what happens in the final stretch of this month. Right now we are $13.75 away from my $50 prediction I made in January. This is only possible if there is a physical delivery default at the CRIMEX. So if you have a CRIMEX contract, stand for delivery and fire that Silver Bullet in to the Achilles Heel of the Elite that enslaves humanity with their debt/money.

16 comments to $36 Silver- The Bankster’s Waterloo?

  • ewkeane

    If one looks at charts and graphs, as I do, one would notice a rather stable trend in silver prices (with blip in 1979-81, Hunt brothers corner attempt)silver returns to a steady state until about 2004, when it takes off to 7frn (when it should have, by trend, settled into the 7frn range in 2013-2015).
    I have no idea if the cause is e traded gold or not, but I am beginning to suspect.
    also, for some cause, gold was on the same track.
    I have no idea how long until this back and forth swap of, in my opinion, of a
    few tons of silver, trapped within a tangle of all sorts of speculation paper, or even e shares, is going to last. How many tons of silver is on paper markets?
    And, how can this metal fall into hands that will cure it of its auction traders shop, repleat with shills, fronts and other sharp operators?
    I think its the duty of sensible men to get these metals freed from their paper bonds, and to only trade with men who want to use the silver metal for real, commercial production, to make real things of value. Never forget that silver has uses in industry to make useful chemicals, and prized alloys.

    If silver prices get much higher it could cause price problems that nobody needs.
    I think that one ought to save shipping costs and buy up all the silver in the county, or at least as much as one can. My supply here is a coin/scrap metal/pawn shop. I get my coins at around daily spot +/- a dime. I buy dimes, higher silver content/by mass than quarters and halfs.
    PS you may want to read this, not about silver, but about overseas containers.
    http://www.honestthings.blogspot.com/
    Thank you, again, for this important forum.

  • Jack Nichols

    Very good and informative

  • Chris,
    Great article as usual, very thought provoking. I’d like to play the Devils Advocate for a moment if I may. What would happen if the elite decided on a replay of the Crime of 1873? I realize that silver has already been “demonetized”. But what would prevent them from de(whatevering) the precious metals (for a short period of time). To drive everyone into giving up their stores of metals, at the same time they would be scarfing them up (for pennies on the dollar of course). Then turning around and revaluing them much higher (ALA Roosevelt) after they held all of it??? After all it is not without precedent, and I wouldn’t put ANYTHING past those (expletive deleted’s).
    Just a little food for thought (discussion).

    • Silver Shield

      The Elite have been throwing everything they have at silver for over 100 years. That is why we are where we are today. Silver is according to the USGS the first element to become extinct.

      The only thing I think they have left in their back pocket is that they nationalize silver for strategic military purposes. That would be a last ditch effort and one that would not work out well if they decided to do door to door SWAT seizures against thousands of former military, gun toting, dis trustful of government, silver bugs.

      I believe they would nationalize mines, SLV and CRIMEX before they risk coming after us.

      They will have much larger problems on their hands before they come to the realization how important silver is.

  • Silver Shield

    Glad I wrote this on Monday… Nice action today to a new 31 year high!

  • MoSilver

    The banksters will not be coming to your door to confiscate anything. They will send brainwashed minions to perform this task. Defending your freedoms, property and life through the use of violent resistance against these lackeys will do absolutely nothing to the banksters. The problem is that many of those errand boys will essentially be innocent in this particular battle, misinformed, but innocent nonetheless.

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  • Mike

    “exponential loses” — don’t you mean “exponential losses”

  • Raj

    What are these exponential losses in dollar terms to the banksters (above $36)?

    If the silver door closes will the gold door still be open to invest?

    Jason Hommel is seeing shortages in coin shops, bullion dealers…how long before they run dry?

    How will silver be valued if there is no more left to buy at comex?

    Thanks;
    raj

  • BlackDog

    I believe the ‘Banksters’ will try to set a world price not based on a market or speculation for precious metals, thereby controlling not only the price, but the production and industrial usage. They will have to deal with the Chinese as institutions, not as countries — an interesting dynamic knowing that Uncle Sam will back you up, both financially and militarily, if need be. Those of us holding will have a front row seat in the roller coaster of precious metals prices, but as mentioned in the article, those pesky derivatives on precious metals ETFs and futures will probably pull down most of the financial markets of the world. WHY would you accept paper instead of the tangible asset? If you had the money to buy 1M ounces of gold, you didn’t have the money to build a vault to hold it? Just bury it in coffee cans out in the back 40? Really? And then, to buy into the side-bets of these slimeball financial instrument vultures and their cadre of greaseball lawyers and put fiat down in exchange for more fiat is just crazy! The financial markets of the world are beginning to look more and more like a houseful of grifters, waiting for Elliot Ness and the ATF to come barrelling in to right wrongs and render the guilty unto justice — except ol’ Elliot and his jackbooted thugs were bought off long ago, for peanuts. No cavalry in this movie.

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