Don't take our word for it, GATA secretary says -- Examine the documentation yourself


9:58a ET Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Interviewed by Chris Marcus of the Miles Franklin coin and bullion dealership, your secretary/treasurer discusses what might end the gold and silver price suppression scheme of major governments.

Your secretary/treasury said that since the gold and silver mining industry and mining countries are too scared to protest the scheme, most investors are happy to invest in mere derivatives of the monetary metals, and financial journalists and market analysts refuse to question governments critically about their involvement with the monetary metals markets, GATA can't do much more than continue to document the scheme as the organization has been doing for nearly 20 years.

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People interested in the monetary metals, your secretary/treasurer said, should not take GATA's word for anything but instead should examine the documentation themselves and ask governments about it. The documentation is summarized at GATA's internet site here --

-- and compiled in detail here:

They will find, your secretary/treasurer said, government officials running away from any critical questions.

The interview is 19 minutes long and can be heard at You Tube here:

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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