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Free Market Solution to Silver Manipulation

From:  SD Reader Cleburne61

This Financial Hydra, this entire thing is insanity.

One person.  That’s all it would take. 

One person can take the whole thing down, through a simple business transaction.  One high-profile, billionaire Chinese man (with the backing of his government) can take 5.5 billion U.S. dollars, funnel it through tech funds, and arrange a purchase of the entirety of the Comex silver (and its gold), and take delivery of Comex metal.

To avoid the outcry and backlash, come up with a great excuse for it.   Let it be a new “company policy” that allows its thousands of employees to turn their life pensions into silver with free consent to do so.   In such a way, the individual would avoid blame as acting alone as a “Hunt” or a “Hoarder”.   Say, 20,000 employees taking delivery of an average of about 1,450 ounces of silver each.   That would turn the entire Comex to ashes, blow the lid of the scam, and free humanity instantly.

Hey, Ben Fulford and David Wilcock: why don’t your sources simply buy up all the freaking silver?   Doing so would only take a pittance, an accountant’s rounding error to do so.  Let the silver purchase be the catalyst for a mass cleanup (if such a cleanup is really forthcoming).   Someone go ask Ben or David about a mass silver purchase on a live radio show, as an option.  Forget an army of ninjas, or even pentagon ops….just buy something!   We’re really making this harder than it has to be.

Why doesn’t anyone in China, intent on averting another war, particularly a world war, not just assent to something that would do the trick…for good?  With no violence, whatsoever.  No Persian land intervention.  No override of their key business partnerships. No more threats of SWIFT nonsense.  No more goofy, hypocritical claims of “currency manipulator”.  No more Anglo-American thuggery.  No more New World Order. 

If anyone in the East is reading this, and you have serious funds, and serious leverage, please understand, this isn’t a game.  Don’t be too smart for your own good.  China and the East as a whole, are running out of time.  Take the loss on your U.S. debt instruments, and make up for it by the instantaneous revaluation that your mammoth holdings of gold and silver would experience.

China, remember the Opium Wars.  The West stole your silver, and made you slaves as a thank you.   You’re well aware of this, I know.   The Eastern Mind doesn’t forget, especially injustices forced upon them.  This is so easy, forget military budgets, espionage, and outdoing the banking cabal at their own game.

Put down your chips, and refuse to play that game any longer.  Walk away. Use their own money to end this madness, and forge your own future.

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