Yikes! GATA's message breaks through


11a ET Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The years of work of one of GATA's Australian supporters and publicists, Sid Reynolds, paid off hugely today with his persuasion of FNArena.com's Greg Peel to examine at length some details of the international gold price suppression scheme. Peel did just that in a long essay at FNArena, and, startlingly, TheBullionDesk.com, never terribly interested in GATA's work, has made Peel's essay its lead story at this hour.

What's next? Appointment of GATA Chairman Bill Murphy to the Federal Reserve Board? Ted Butler as chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission? Gold price suppression case litigator Reg Howe as commandant of Fort Knox? Wits Gold Chairman Adam Fleming as governor of the Bank of England? (Your secretary/treasurer would settle for a spot on the Liquor Control Commission.)

When we pick ourselves up off the floor, GATA will express its great gratitude to Reynolds, Peel, and TheBullionDesk.

You can find Peel's essay here:


Or try this abbreviated link:


You probably can find the home page of TheBullionDesk.com on your own, but just in case, here it is:


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