Entry Submitted by John M at 1:03 AM EDT on May 20, 2021
Good evening Hope and Intel audience,
In regards to Ms. Stringer’s email, yes it is not surprising Silver and Gold especially were going down instead of up.
The price of Gold and Silver have been artificially suppressed by black hat Wall Street brokers, etc. for decades if not longer.
It is similar to Naked short selling in the stock market which is illegal. The precious metal barons simply pump in paper shares of Gold and Silver into the market by millions of ounces in the guise of being able to deliver physical precious metals in the future if their shareholders wish to redeem their stocks for physical.
The problem with this scenario is that they will never be able to deliver the physical metals because they don’t actually possess the inventory to do so should there be a run to cash in these paper shares.
Recently these black hats have been using what little physical metals they do possess when someone cashes in. The black hats have also been using their clients physical metals to pay out. This is all illegal but the government watch dogs that are supposed to be preventing this activity have been asleep at the wheel (inept) or compromised. The fox is watching the hen house per se.
This will end when the Nesara/Gesara is officially announced I believe.
A good info source for this info is Bix Weir, The Road to Roota on you tube I believe is where you can find his videos on the subject.
He mentioned a few days ago that silver and gold would likely flip flop in that silver should soon equal gold prices or surpass gold due to it’s myriad uses. This actually has historic precedence as well.
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