It takes a nation to protect the nation
I'm creating this room as I have been saying for a few years now that the whole Islamization process is a small part of a bigger issue - namely the money bubble, the financialization of the economy, which is a war on gold, which has permitted the massive expansion of the welfare state, wars, mass immigration, and Islamization itself.
As you may know, one of the things that the US Fed Bank has done in response to the economic damage caused by covid19/lockdown was to "print money". One of the major places this money has gone is into accounts for the central banks of favoured nations (China is not one of those, despite having had "most favored nation" status for years, if not decades). This Fed money printing makes $ available to these favoured countries, a necessary thing since the $ is the reserve currency and these countries will have lots of $ denominated debt (which debt will be increasing in value as the $ increases its strength relative to other countries)
Until seeing this video I hadn't seen the connection between these $ loans to foreign banks and gold. Forget the last part of this interview (where this guy talks up his own business), but the first three quarters are very interesting - it explains how this money made available to foreign banks is connected to the gold war(s).
Here's a chart showing the price of gold over the last 3 months. What's interesting isn't the price, but the sales volume (vertical bars on the horizontal plane).
Notice how there were no sales before about March 10th? Well, there were (obviously). It's just the VOLUME of trades since March 10th have been so massive in scale that the sales before March 10th are (relatively) so small that they cannot show them on the chart. This volume of sales shows how absolutely extrarordinary are the goings on in the financial markets since March 10th.
The data point on the bottom right of the chart (17.99MM) would have read something like 13.36K at the beginning of Feb. That is the volume of trades on April 21st was 126MM, but on Feb 1st it was 13K i.e. within a couple of months the volume had gone up by 9600% by comparison with February. On that scale the sales before March 10th were almost invisible, almost non-existent by comparison.
Also of note. ABN Amro recently told their clients on behalf of whom the bank had bought/held gold "we're liquidating your gold in the next 7 day" i.e. customers were forced to take currency for gold at a time of the bank's choosing. Moreover, Scotia Bank has just closed their bullion bank after something like 300 years of operation (there are only a handful of these bullion banks).
These are evidently seismic shifts (after all, the closure of a 300 year old gold bullion bank because there were no buyers is of huge historical interest), but these shifts are getting almost no reporting by the controlled media. I make no claim to understand what is going on, other than to say there are wll-informed observers in this area who have been predicting that when the money bubble/war on gold ends, the price of gold is likely to increase by somewhere between 10x and 50x what it currently is. That is hard to imagine. But whoever thought we'd live in a country where barely literate immigrants could falsely claim disability benefits from the state, resulting in them getting more money on an annual basis than the average tax payer who had worked for 40 years of their life?
Not to mention those illiterates also claiming for 4 wives, and the law against bigamy somehow fading into oblivion. (Like the law against FGM I guess). Not to mention those that unemployed wastrel spawning 16 kids in a democracy, but somehow, nobody is allowed to do the math on that (either financially or in terms of voting power).
I can't bare to even think about these things now.
I have been busy with other things but today I happened to look at these gold charts again.
I realised I could add the volume of trades as a separate chart. What I saw is incredible.
The volume of transactions (the units are irrelevant) in 2020 Jan to 2020 March was between a few hundred units and (exceptionally) about 8000 units.
From the middle of March the volume went up to a range of 1,800,000 to 133,000,000.
How is this NOT newsworthy? The trade in a commodity went up by to 9,000x 16,625x the normal volume.
This might explain what's going on.
Its hard to know what to think. This subject is more complex than you first think.