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  1. 66rounds

    66rounds Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Bar a world war, which I feel is on the way after listening to the war mongers in parliament on the radio, they won't achieve their goals. But rest assured 99 out of 100 participants in the coming war will die.
     
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    jultorsk Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I'm more inclined to believe there will be a world-wide food insecurity event which will lead to serious unrest, spread of unhygienic conditions and various disease. These are more efficient in killing people en masse than traditional warfare. All thanks to "net zero carbon" fanatics who do not understand (or maybe some of them do, most are useful idiots however) what they wish for. This amount of global population cannot be sustained without ample supply of fertilisers and herbicides, both of which require a lot of inexpensive energy.

    The last urea (fertiliser) factory in Australia is closing down end of next year.

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    Last week, the Australian fertiliser company, Incitec Pivot, announced that Australia’s last urea production facility would shut next year costing 170 jobs in Brisbane. We will then become completely reliant on imported urea supplies to grow food.

    Urea is made from ammonia and carbon dioxide, and these are made from natural gas. The Brisbane urea plant is shutting down because of the lack of affordable gas in Australia.

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    https://www.couriermail.com.au/news...d/news-story/82f44b39e19579e6a0ab44ee3ded0880

    https://www.incitecpivot.com.au/abo...ufacturing-operations-to-cease-at-end-of-2022
     
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    66rounds Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    resource scarcity may be the exact reason we are driven into a new world war. not just food, think water, raw materials, energy etc. Amazing isnt it how when it comes to war all material shortages seem to disappear to drive the war machine?

    The earth has plenty but man is greedy.
     
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    I thought phosphate was the main ingredient in fertiliser?
    I heard from some farmers in Tas that China have stopped exporting phosphate to us and there is a huge shortage at the moment.
    The alternative is expensive to produce and the prediction is extremely high food costs in 2022.

    On the back of this I bought AEV shares which is a phosphate mine in Australia.
    They have gone very well.
     
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    hardyakkagold Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Looks like things are going to stay quiet and dull for the last 2 trading days/nights of November, with the manipulators keeping with gold just under the $1800 US mark and silver under the $24 US mark.

    I don't expect any major monkey hammering to drive the price substantially lower over the next 2 nights as usually happens at the end of each month, as I think the cabal would be quite happy with their recent effort and where the precious metals are currently considering all that is going on in the world.
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    biggest phosphate reserves is with Morocco, 70%
    so they got to decide the future of food production for humanity, so is the population growth
     
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    jultorsk Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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  8. adze67

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    I think you might find the genetic experiments they've been running this year are going to make SERIOUS inroads towards their goals o_O...going to take a few years to see it play out though :eek: the "coming war" is already happening, people just aren't aware of it :oops:

     
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    Nurses have been coming out revealing the threats they receive of de-registration if they expose the situation in hospitals re: vaccine injuries and false reporting of Covid deaths.

    AHPRA threating all GPs with regulatory action and having their license revoked if they say anything negative against the vaccine, or say anything which may undermine the vaccine program. This applies to their private life, too. I'm sure they feel nice and safe with the government's offered legal immunity. No wonder the government encourages our people to go and talk to their GP - Of course they're going be pro-druggos.

    Then we have the issue of mandatory vaccinations...The general population are too dumb to understand that:

    We have NEVER mandated a vaccine that doesn't inject a weakened or dead version of the virus it's intended to immunise against.

    We have NEVER mandated a vaccine that hasn't been fully approved.

    We have NEVER mandated a vaccine or drug with no long-term safety studies.

    We have NEVER mandated a mRNA, or gene based therapy.

    We have NEVER mandated a vaccine to participate in public life, or to access shops or basic services.

    We have NEVER successfully created a coronavirus vaccine in the past ( here's a good article from ABC with Dr. Ian Frazer explaining why: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.abc.net.au/article/12146616 )

    The illogical comparison between traditional vaccines with a proven long-term safety profile and these new treatments will NEVER make sense just because you claim they do.

    Even with the government's flawed data, it shows us that Covid is not a virus we should be fearful of. With a 99.9% survival rate for people under the age of 59 and the average age of death being 80> years old, the majority of vaccine trial participants aren't scared of the virus - they're scared of their governments, loss of freedoms and social displacement.
     
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    STKR Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    What are people's thoughts on Gold and Silver in relation to the clear and obvious agenda? I mean, less population surely equates to less demand. I was hoping to hold my stack well beyond 2030 but now I think I need to reconsider my choices...

    I certainly don't want to hold cash in this environment and feel much safety in PM's... But I don't think PM's present the opportunity they once did now all this Sh!t has begun to unfold. I think this agenda has everything to do with resources. If we don't reduce our consumption within the next 5-10 years, we'll experience shortages on an epic scale. We cannot continue to proceed with out technologically advanced society with the same level of consumerism we're seeing today. The easier solution is to reduce the population, rather than teach or encourage people to not consume or try to keep up with the Jones's.
     
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    I don't buy into the depopulation scam. Certainly that may be their goal but what they want and what they'll get are two distinct matters. What would you move your wealth into? Cash? There's more of that than gold if you're worried about depopulation. Only real alternative is land/real estate/business which we should already be actively seeking opportunities in regardless of the headwind.
     
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    I did mention I'm not interested in holding cash in this climate. I already run two businesses, one of which is booming and the other is in the event hire industry, so it's generating very little profit (but requires no investment of time and energy unless working). I have been interested in rural land/acreage, however, that's just for lifestyle and not investment. I don't have an interest in real-estate investment at this stage. It doesn't take much for an investment to become a liability and I don't intend to borrow from the bank under any circumstance.

    I'm not sure why you don't believe in the depopulation agenda? It's as clear as day that population control is on the cards. I can see how you might be sceptical about the intention to reduce it to 500 million but even 3-4 billion seems very plausible by 2030.

    Surely there's something more to the jab campaign than trying to look after people's health. I don't think it's just about profits and control for a second. When you look at our below ground resources for copper, leaf, zinc and silver, we are expected to see consistent declines in mine production between 2028-2032. Who knows, reducing the population through sinister means such as these jabs may even be a more humane way to address the situation, rather than the suffering that would come from supply shortages and a subsequent failure to supply the broader population with basic needs and services.

    What's your reasoning for the lack of belief? You seem to be quite in-tune with the potential agenda before us.
     
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    It's not that I don't believe that they want to achieve those goals, I'm just not confident in their abilities to reduce the population so drastically, bar a major world war like event or nuclear phenomenon.
    Have to wait and see what some of the long term effects of gene therapy turn out to be
     
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    Sterilisation? Wonder if the parents rushing to get their kids vaxxed are prepared for the conversation, in 5/10/15 years time, as to why they can't have babies o_O
     
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    They may not even have to wait that long for the conversations, it is already playing havoc with females' periods and menstrual cycles.

    And now back to the subject, does anyone know what has caused the pop in the gold price and the downward trajectory in the Aussie dollar and shares futures?
     
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    Coal and Iron Ore prices down 50%
    AUD will buy 0.51 USD again , same as back in 2003
    We want the gold price to move down, so we can buy them on the cheap, like Brown's bottom
     
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    Yeah to me the Deagel report came out of left field for me in December 2019 where I first heard about it, via Australia Burning..

    There is a probably a high correlation between those stacking silver and won't take these new Vaccines.

    If a depopulation event happens wouldn't that lead to the deflation of the currency as the Central banks remove currency from rotation, therefore de-valuing silver. As silver stays while people move on from this earth.

    However if nothing is left of civilization and then silver may act as a standard unit to assist with barter.
     
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    doubt it! we have DumbMo on this case…. ECONOMIC BOOM! MINING BOOM! HOUSING BOOM!

    BOOM….BOOM…BOOM!
     
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    hardyakkagold Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Economic Bubble, Mining Bubble, Housing Bubble.

    When these bubbles pop the Aussie Peso will go down into the .40s.

    And it will make the 1930s depression look like the good old days.

    At least back then people had essential life skills and strong community and family connections, all of which have been purposely destroyed now.
     
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    Agree unfortunately based on negative real interest rates

    Unsure on how long this can last

    Inflation now now starting to be impossible to ignore for almost everyone
     

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