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Thursday, October 6, 2016

Federal judge rules in favor of a lawsuit against the LBMA and bullion banks for fraud and manipulation in gold and silver prices

Ever since the 2008 financial crisis, most regulators for all markets have worked with, rather than against the banks that have been found guilty of committing dozens of crimes in the financial system.  From the rigging of currency and Libor rates, money laundering to drug cartels and terrorist organizations, mortgage fraud, and even the most recent instance of millions of cases of identity theft, no one is ever charged with the crimes individuals in these banks commit, and at best are simply fined a small amount compared to the profits they garnered from their fraud.

But on Oct. 3 an interesting ruling came down from a Federal judge for the Southern district of New York where the court ruled in favor of investors that a civil case against central and bullion banks could go forward due to strong evidence of fraud and manipulation in the rigging of gold and silver prices.

MarketSlant has obtained documents regarding the London Gold Fix Scandal currently being litigated in the New York Southern District Court.
They include the Judge's initial findings in the class action suit pitting the LBMA and its member Banks vs. Entities and Individuals that trade Gold and allege they were victims of price manipulation and suppression from January 1, 2004 to June 30, 2013.
In the document dated Oct 3, 2016, presiding Judge Valerie Caproni of the US District Court, Southern District rendered her Opinion and Order in the matter. Judge Caproni has validated that much of the claims have been substantiated and therefore is recommending litigation for many of the claims brought. - Market Slant

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

California and New York ready to join Seattle in destroying jobs with new minimum wage laws

Economics is a social science, and as such it can be greatly affected by the emotional demands of a given people or culture.  And just as the government, Federal Reserve, and Wall Street helped create the political climate of the 2016 election through their full buy-in of crony capitalism, so too are states signing their own economic ‘death warrants’ by giving into the demands of a $15 minimum wage.
Last year, places like Seattle, Washington signed new legislation imposing a $15 minimum wage on businesses and government employees, and the results were as expected by economists who look at the true data rather than those who are bought into the political spin.

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

New York Subpoenas BITCOIN operators After Judge declares Digital Currency real money

On Aug. 13, the state of New York’s Regulatory office issued subpoenas to every major Bitcoin operator just days after a Federal judge declared that the digital currency was in fact, real money.  In a statement today from NYSDFS’s superintendent Benjamin Lawsky, the regulator confirmed that the government no longer recognizes Bitcoin as a parallel to a barter currency, and that it must now follow national and international regulatory laws as any other globally recognized currency does.


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Friday, May 10, 2013

Bloomberg expanded: New York cracks down on use of butter

It is bad enough when an elected official, and part of the 1%, tries to tell citizens when and where they can smoke, and how much soda they can drink.  But now, the dictatorial control over the people in New York has taken a greater turn as officials begin regulating the use of butter in food production for schools and other public facilities.


Butter has quietly been making its way out of city schools' cafeterias, including as a condiment and an ingredient. First they went after the candy machines. Then they took aim at the sugary sodas. And most of the bake sales. And the greasy french fries at lunchtime. And now the latest target of the city schools’ push to fight childhood obesity is something as simple as butter. The spreadable delight has been banned from school cafeterias. It can’t be used for cooking or offered with bread. And now it’s the subject of an aggressive crackdown that threatens the livelihood of school kitchen managers who’ve dared to order the illicit treat.  - New York Daily News

In the faux war on obesity, uneducated public bureaucrats have focused on natural products such as butter, sugar, and salt to impose unnecessary controls over the citizens of New York. while at the same time, doing nothing to stop the scientifically proven detriments of MSG, GMO, and HFCS, who's introduction into the processed food industry over the past 40 years has been the primary cause of childhood, and adult obesity.

In the end, corporate mogul's like Bloomberg, and political hacks like those in the New York legislature, find it easier to blame and go after nature, and what has been used in diets for thousands of years, than take on the corporations that fund their campaigns, and willingly cause continuing aggravation for the people of New York state.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Tens of thousands of New Yorkers homeless as winter storms approach

Just as Napolean and Hitler learned the hard way that you do not attack Russia in late summer or fall, so too is New York, New Jersey, and many other East Coast states in the wake of hurricane Sandy learning that dealing with reconstruction on the precipice of winter is a harrowing experience.  This is what Governor Cuomo and tens of thousands in New York City are realizing when a new report from Nov. 5 shows that being homeless when winter storms are coming to your city, is the catalyst for intense misery.


First the flood, now the freeze (and the lack of fuel and gas and heating just making it much worse). And for tens of thousands of residents of New York and New Jersey this means that as many as 40,000 will need to find alternative housing, especially ahead of Wednesday when a Nor'easter formation is expected to hit the Tristate area and bring even more freezing rain and cold to the region. From Reuters: "Tens of thousands of people affected by superstorm Sandy could soon need housing as cold weather descends on the state of New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday. Cuomo, in a televised press conference nearly a week after the storm hit the U.S. East Coast, said the fuel shortages are improving but problems will persist for "a number of days."" Elsewhere, and also from Reuters: "Victims of superstorm Sandy on the U.S. East Coast struggled against the cold early on Sunday amid fuel shortages and power outages even as officials fretted about getting voters displaced by the storm to polling stations for Tuesday's presidential election. Overnight, near-freezing temperatures gripped the U.S. northeast. At least two more victims were found in New Jersey, one dead of hypothermia, as the overall death toll from one of worst storms in U.S. history climbed to at least 112. - Zerohedge

Unfortunately, New York is one of the last places where people are willing to open their doors to strangers, and where strangers are just as likely to steal from you during a crisis.  Besides the massive reports of looting in the aftermath of the hurricane, even waitng for hours in a line to get gasoline has forced police to monitor stations due to the fights and potential theft of unprepared citizens.

New York City is a stark opposition to Joplin, Missouri, where neighboring towns welcomes homesless families in after the devasting tornado of 2011.  However, in NYC, it's an ideology of every man for himself, and the fears are the government is unable to deal with the massive amount of numbers homeless, and the people themselves do not want to take the risk of sheltering strangers for long periods of time.