Gold is going to crash, so the United States should consider taking over the Gold market
January 5, 2013 in Resistance
Saturday, January 05, 2012
Why are you here? Because you want to know about why Gold is going to crash, and/or you want to know why the United States should be the ones to take it over.
Let us begin (This will be a short article):
Why will Gold crash?
Quite simply, we are dealing with a commercial plotline, which roughly follows Problem-Solution-Reaction. You are in trouble, therefore you should escape that trouble! Or, as it is put in this circumstance, “You have no money, so you should safely invest in Gold to protect yourself“.
This is what is called an accumulator of knowledge. You know you have no money, which is kind of like having nothing at all in the standard realization, and you have a solution that ties in directly with a standard realization, which is to invest in Gold because you will benefit greatly.
The problem with that train of thought is because of how many people care little about the welfare of other people. You didn’t hear those commercials saying “We’re all in trouble without Gold!”, just that “YOU were in trouble without gold”. So, officially, nobody gives a fuck about the next man.
And finally, how the stupid thing will crash in the first place is simple: If everyone gets in a panic over the Economy again, we’re gonna see a sell off of Gold and Silver. Now BIG people are in the hole BIG TIME, and regardless if they’re domestic or foreign, it’s gonna be invasion, motherfucker.
Why should the US government take it over?
If there were a practical solution, it would be that since the Gold market is traded in $USD, the USA should have it, and it should be illegal for other countries to buy in American gold stocks. They should have their own, and therefore, the USA should take over their own.
This will be done by establishing a “crash price”. See, once the big players sell off, the price will drop significantly. But to compensate for the crisis that was to emerge, setting the price at $1,250/ounce should be sufficient.
Because then people who are in the hole are significantly less in the hole, considering the current price. They evaluate their losses, which are minimal and probably not exceeding 20% of original investment, and everyone smiles, and nobody gets invaded due to weakness YAY!