(H/T Gold Silver Worlds)
On several occasions, over as many months, comments have been made here to the effect that reading developing market activity is the best source for knowing what to expect, moving forward. Most people have a need to rationalize the markets by coordinating known events with the current price. Last year, it was how many record coin sales around the world would impact the market, then the number of tonnes China and Russia were importing. Lately, the opening of the Shanghai Gold Exchange where true price discovery could be expected, the ongoing disappearance of reserves held by COMEX and LBMA, etc, etc, etc., none of which had the market impact for which so many had hoped.
Despite all the overt bullish demand for physical metals, gold and silver have been making new recent lows, reaching levels few imagined, even just several months ago. What has been missing is an explanation for why the PMs continue to decline, and we have been postulating that the Rothschild elites have been responsible for the perpetual downward manipulation in defiance of known fundamentals.
History proves all fiat money systems fail, and the United States with its toxic fiat Federal Reserve Notes, in the multi-trillions are destined to join the same fate of failure. Is it any different this time? No, but degree to which circumstances have been distorted is far beyond anything else, historically. As a consequence, expectations have not been able to adjust to the greatly exaggerated conditions.
A supernova is when a very big star explodes. This happens when a star runs out of energy to make heat and light, so it collapses, then explodes, its brilliance at its peak just prior to its ultimate demise.
What we are witnessing is the likely supernova death dance of the existing Rothschild dynasty, flaring up in its culminating demise after a few hundred years of unparalleled financial power. The “silver stake” in the heart of that insidious group is silver and gold, the kryptonite against the Rothschild central bank fiat.
This is not to imply that the end will be immediate for it may yet take much more time, a more likely scenario. A few indicators are the switch of the head of Deutsche Bank, as one example. Its current CFO is to be replaced by an ex-Goldman Sachs executive, one of the primary sources for elite-control of how business is conducted. This indicates the status quo is still calling the shots. Deutsche Skatbank is now going to charge its large depositors a .25% fee for keeping their cash in the bank, a negative interest rate. Only the fiat central bankers would keep draining people of their own money. “What’s yours is ours,” is their motto. As long as it is business as usual, PM are going nowhere.