The Capitalist
Cabal's Criminal
Financial War Against
Gold and Silver

"Suppression of the gold price supports government-issued currencies, helps suppress all commodity prices, and thereby destroys markets everywhere, and expropriates the developing world. Gold price suppression thereby constitutes the primary mechanism of imperialism today, a mechanism more effective than armies, since it is surreptitious and not generally understood."

Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer, Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee, 2017

    The capitalist cabal that has seized dictatorial power over the United States--and most of the world--is now propping up their "toilet paper" currency by criminally manipulating the price of gold and silver, waging a war against these forms of money. This is one of many fronts in the capitalist cabal's class war against workers, as we'll see.

    The capitalist cabal's attack on gold and silver is part of a larger scheme of attack on historical American and world institutions and principles:
  • Attack on Constitutional rights

  • Attack on legal rights

  • Attack on the principles and institutions of civilization.
    America's historical political, economic, and social institutions and principles are being sytematically destroyed by the capitalist cabal, turning the US into a militarist, fascist police state.

Capitalist Economic Crimes

Murdering Workers

Criminal Regulators

BoA's Terrorism

Fiat Money

LIBOR falsification

    In this "gangster state" that America has become, it's necessary to keep in mind that almost all public officials--from the cabal-bought President to my developer-bought municipal mayor--are totally corrupt. We must not allow ourselves to be taken in by their phoney exterior, realizing that "one may smile, and smile, and be a villain."

"Gold already is so important that Western central banks--particularly the U.S. Treasury and its Exchange Stabilization Fund, the Federal Reserve, and allied central banks--rig the gold market every day, even hour by hour, to control and usually suppress gold's price.

Why do Western central banks rig the gold market?

It's because gold is a powerful competitive international currency that, if allowed to function in a free market, will determine the value of other currencies, the level of interest rates, and the value of government bonds. Gold's performance is usually the opposite of the performance of government currencies and bonds. So central banks fight gold to defend their currencies and bonds."

Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc., 2014

    In this essay we'll examine why and how the criminal cabal is currently rigging the gold and silver markets. We'll conclude by exploring ways to protect ourselves from these criminal acts.

The Dollar Versus Gold

    When measured against gold, the U.S. dollar has lost 96 percent of its purchasing power since the Federal Reserve System (FRS) criminally seized power over the US economy in 1913. 1   The loss of purchasing power of the dollar results mainly from currency inflation, 2   which leads to debasement. On the left is a chart showing the immense rise in the amount of US currency printed by the FRS and the resulting plunge in the currency's purchasing power beginning in 1971.

    Over the course of a decade, the value of gold rose from $272 an ounce at the end of December 2000 to $1,917.50 an ounce on August 23, 2011. The capitalist cabal realized that the fed's printing $1 trillion US dollars per year--to purchase US bonds in order to keep interest rates low and to support the impaired balance sheets of banksters--was causing the dollar's rapid loss of value in relation to gold and silver. The cabal feared that large holders of US dollars, such as China, Japan, and the OPEC sovereign investment funds, might join the flight of individual investors away from the US dollar, resulting in the decline of the dollar's foreign exchange value and a devastating collapse in US bond and stock prices.

    Japan and the OPEC oil monarchies depend on the military might and nuclear umbrella of the United States, so they're not about to undercut the cabal's currency by buying gold with their reserve dollars. However, China has finally realized that it needs to exchange its reserve US currency for reduced-price gold and has begun to do so with a vengeance.

    The capitalist cabal has been at war with gold and silver for over two centuries. Why does the cabal continually attack gold?

  1. Gold restricts the cabal's ability to create unlimited amounts of fiat currency.

  2. Gold is a physical commodity which can be owned and audited. The gold held by the Fed and the United States treasury has not been officially audited since 1953; there are credible indications that this gold has been sold, leased, or swapped to multiple buyers. Nations who had, for one reason or another, stored its gold in American banks have begun asking for the return of its gold bullion.

    • The first nation to demand repatriation of its gold was Venezuela in 2011. Venezuela repatriated 160 tons of gold valued at around $9 billion. It had stored its gold with the Bank of England, JPMorgan Chase, Barclays, and Standard Chartered, among other banks.

    • In 2013 Germany requested repatriation of its gold. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which holds 1536 tons of Germany's gold bullion, told Germany that it would return 300 tons (one-fifth of the total) within the next seven years. The only plausible explanation for this delay is that the gold is not available. In a sane world not dominated by psychopathic capitalists, the Fed's refusal to return its gold to Germany would be an act of war.

  3. Gold and silver are the only forms of money that exist outside the total control of politicians and banksters. The Fed would like to control all aspects of the global economy, so gold and silver are the last defense of the individual who wishes to protect his or her wealth.

  4. Historically, gold and silver serve as the most stable measures of purchasing power. Gold and silver reveal real inflation.

The Gold Standard

     Beginning in the eighteenth century in Europe, the primary means of exchange was national currencies based on the gold standard. According to this international process, each country's currency could be exchanged for gold on demand. The gold standard had been introduced in England as early as 1717, but it didn't become universal throughout Europe until the 1870s. In the United States, Alexander Hamilton established the US currency in 1792, and the first gold coins were issued in 1795.

     The gold standard was the closest the world came to a universal money. Currencies were fixed to gold, and gold values were used to fix currencies to each other. During this period, there was very little currency fluctuation among the world's major currencies. Countries issuing paper currency were forced to make sure it was backed by sufficient gold reserves. As an illustration of the currency stability produced by the gold standard, between the US Dollar and the British Pound--with the exception of the civil war, when the United States went off the gold standard--there was no more than a 1% fluctuation in the relative value of the U.S. dollar to the British pound from 1839 to 1914. For 75 years, exchange rates had a degree of stability that often only lasts a few weeks in today's volatile currency fluctuations.

     Until about 1914, Britain was the most powerful nation in the world and the pound sterling was the primary international currency. The Bank of England, in effect, was the central bank for the world and controlled the international gold standard through interest rates, acting as a forerunner of the European Central Bank. The specie-flow mechanism--tied to gold--maintained the system of exchange rates. If a currency became over-valued, gold would flow out of that country and into other countries, restoring the exchange rate to its normal level. The gold standard worked smoothly until August 1914 when World War I forced countries to suspend their currency conversion to gold. Countries began to print money they were unable to raise through taxes in order to fight World War I, but high, varying rates of inflation resulted. After World I, many nations attempted to return to the gold standard, but with limited success.

     With no gold standard in place, national currencies could inflate to any degree desired by its political leaders. One of the worst examples of currency inflation in post-World War I occurred in Germany, with a loaf of bread costing a wheelbarrow full of German currency notes. This runaway inflation bankrupted many ordinary German citizens, creating volatile political and economic conditions which ultimately led to Hitler and Nazi dictatorship.

How the Capitalist Cabal is Criminally Attacking Gold

These definitions will make clear what the cabal is doing with its naked short selling of gold future shares.

"The Hows and Whys of Gold Price Manipulation"

President John F. Kennedy

Protecting Ourselves From the Cabal's Financial Crimes

    In the face of the capitalist cabal's criminally manipulating the American economy, we must consider how we can protect ourselves from these malevolent machinations.
  1. Take control of your personal financial situation:

    • Get out of consumer debt as quickly as possible; the only exception to this would be a mortgage on a home

    • Discipline your spending: stay strictly within your means

    • Get out of any bank and into a secure credit union

  2. Transfer your dollar assets into gold and silver coins

Transferring Dollar Assets Into Gold and Silver Coins

   Even if the cabal resorts to gold confiscation--as it did in 1933--you'll still be better off if you have your assets in gold coins.

    By itself, returning to a gold standard will not solve our problems.

Only the building of cooperative commonwealth communities will ensure a society that provides for the welfare of all citizens.

"There will be epidemics of greed, hate and ignorance. We must fight them in life as we fought syphilis in the laboratory. We must fight, fight. We must never, never stop fighting."
Dr. Paul Ehrlich, 1854-1915


1 The Constitution gives the power to "coin Money" only to the Congress. Article 1, Section 8: The Congress shall have Power . . . To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin . . . ; To provide for the Punishment of counterfeiting the Securities and current Coin of the United States . . . .
Article 1, Section 10: No State shall . . . coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts....
The ceding of the power to print currency to the Federal Reserve System was totally unconstitutional.

2 Inflation is the rise in the amount of fiat (unbacked by gold or silver) currency printed by a nation. Cabal economists try to befuddle workers by defining inflation as the result of inflation: the rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services is rising, and, subsequently, purchasing power is falling.