“Given the clubby manipulation efforts we saw in Libor benchmarks, I assume other benchmarks – many other benchmarks – are legit areas of inquiry.” – Commodity Furutes Trading Commission (CFTC) Commissioner Bart Chilton
The July 2011 audit by the Government Accountability Office of the Federal Reserve exposed one of the biggest lies the US has ever been told – that the Fed had secretly given out $16,000,000,000,000.00 to US banks, corporations and foreign financial institutions everywhere from France to Scotland, but this incredible exposed deceit is nothing compared to what is coming out now about the manipulation of gold and precious metal markets.
The prevarications of cabalistic bankers and their puppeteers are like the teeth of a viperfish. Though the creature looks pretty horrific, they only grow to about 12 inches long, and they like to stay deep in murky waters to avoid detection. Sure, those prehistoric-looking jaws are scary, but only as long as you stay ill-informed. However, if you were hoping to ride unscathed through the supposed looming Global Currency Reset or Revaluation (GCR), by purchasing gold and silver, think again.
Though the Feds called the secret $16-trillion-dollar bank bailout an ‘all-inclusive loan program’ it was nothing more than a heist. The same as the gold, silver, platinum, and other precious metal market tinkering happening right under our noses, today. These markets are manipulated in order to line the pockets of big financial institutions – who were already bailed out by Cabal money. It’s the continuation of legacy of giving ‘the entitled’ more entitlement.
This manipulation is evidenced in a number of ways. During the nearly 5,000 years in which humanity has been mining/refining gold and silver; the gold/silver price ratio has averaged roughly 15:1. Yet currently (and through all the recent decades of silver manipulation) this ratio has been depressed to 50:1 (or lower).
Christopher Pia, a hedge-fund trader with Moore Capital has just been fined $1 million in a market manipulation of precious metals settlement but his previous fines loomed larger. He paid a $25 million fine to settle separate CFTC claims of attempted manipulation and supervisory violations in April 2010 without admitting or denying the allegations. He is just a small shark in the big ocean, too. If these were just his fines settled out of court, you can imagine the total dollar value of the markets he machinated.