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Sep 14, 2014

GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH - September 14, 2014: Ron Paul: Will the Swiss vote to get their gold back?

Ron Paul: Will the Swiss vote to get their gold back?

Submitted by cpowell on Sunday, September 14, 2014. Section: Daily Dispatches
 Sunday, September 14, 2014
Former U.S. Rep. Ron Paul writes today that he hopes that the people of Switzerland vote to repatriate their gold when they hold a referendum on the issue on November 30.
Paul argues that approval of the proposal at referendum will repudiate the financial elites behind unlimited government. He writes:
"The Swiss people appreciate the work their forefathers put into building up large gold reserves, a respected currency, and a strong, independent banking system. They do not want to see centuries of struggle squandered by a central bank. The results of the November referendum may be a bellwether, indicating just how strong popular movements can be in establishing central bank accountability and returning gold to a monetary role."
Paul's commentary is headlined "Will the Swiss Vote to Get Their Gold Back?" and it's posted at the Internet site of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity here:
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

RT | The Keiser Report Published on September 13, 2014: Global Ponzi Schemes.



Published on Sep 13, 2014
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the ‘sans dents’ as the new ‘sans culottes’ as the bubbles will continue until morale improves. They also discuss inflation without compensation. In the second half, Max interviews David Smith of the Geneva Business Insider Blog about the Swiss Gold Initiative, the impact of sanctions and the wave of anti-EU sentiment spreading across 

Gerald Celente | Trends in The News Published on September 11, 2014.



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"The European Central Bank cuts interest rates, Vladimir Putin’s seven point peace plan & US VP: Joe Biden says we will follow ISIS “to the gates of hell”. Joe Biden probably knows the path quite well!"

Central banks inflating 'elevated' asset prices, BIS says and | Koos Jansen: China again buys the dip in gold and silver gets scarcer by GATA | THE GATA DISPATCHES on September 14, 2014.

Central banks inflating 'elevated' asset prices, BIS says

Submitted by cpowell on  Sunday, September 14, 2014. Section: Daily Dispatches
By Jamie McGeever
Reuters
Sunday, September 14, 2014
LONDON -- Financial asset prices are at "elevated" levels and market volatility remains "exceptionally subdued" thanks to ultra-loose monetary policies being implemented by central banks around the world, the Bank for International Settlements said today.
In its quarterly review, the BIS said financial market volatility spiked higher in August on the back of geopolitical concerns and worries over economic growth but quickly returned to "exceptional lows" across most asset classes.
"By fostering risk taking and the search for yield, accommodative monetary policies thus continued to contribute to an environment of elevated asset price valuations and exceptionally subdued volatility," the BIS said. ...
... For the remainder of the report:
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Koos Jansen: China again buys the dip in gold and silver gets scarcer

Submitted by cpowell on Sunday, September 14, 2014. Section: Daily Dispatches
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Declining gold prices again have pushed demand up on the Shanghai Gold Exchange as China buys the dips, while silver inventories on the Shanghai Futures Exchange continue to fall, gold researcher and GATA consultant Koos Jansen reports today. His analysis is posted at Bullion Star here:
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.


NYT | Today's Top Headlines September 14, 2014: Top News: ISIS Video Shows Execution of David Cawthorne Haines, British Aid Worker:...



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