There seems to be a big debate going on now about silver going up too far, too fast. Paper money
traitors traders have tried to call the silver top all the way up and have had their heads handed to them by the market. Technical analysts have called for pull backs based off of some squiggly lines on their computer screens. Even Academy members, who get the idea of owning real physical silver, have been asking me about keeping some “powder dry” for the correction.
Let me state that this hyperbolic rocket launch IS THE CORRECTION! There is a little concept called reversion to the mean, that basically states that when something is held down for so long, eventually it is going to rocket up. That is what we are experiencing right now. Think about a huge inflatable silver beach ball that the banksters have been increasing the air/money supply, while using every power they can to keep the silver beach ball under the water. Sooner or later that ball is going to get away from the banksters control and you are going to see it launch out of the water.
“I went to America in the winter of 1872 – 1873, authorized to secure, if I could, the passage of a bill de-monetizing silver. It was in the interests of those I represented, the governors of the Bank Of England, to have it done. By 1873, gold coins were the only form of coin money.” -Earnest Seyd
Silver has been used and abused for 138 years since the “Crime of 1873″ when the Rothschilds sought to demonetize silver as money. With the discovery of the huge Comstock Lode in America, the banksters new that this debt free money would soon eliminate the debts the banksters accrued. The Rothschilds hired Earnest Seyd to go to America with $100,000 dollars to bribe every politician to demonetize silver. Samuel Hooper who sponsored the bill admitted that Earnest Seyd actually wrote the legislation himself. This single act effectively cut the money supply in half and forced debts to be repaid in gold, which of course the Elite controlled. This made debt repayments nearly impossible. Within three years of the act being passed, a new dark ages was created in America as the money supply shrank. (Read about the Wizard of Oz being a monetary allegory about the Crime of 1873.)