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Scott Thill: Gold's value is as artificial as paper money's
7:10p ET Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
In an essay of reporting and commentary posted today at AlterNet, its writer Scott Thill acknowledges the gold price suppression scheme and quotes GATA's Adrian Douglas, Bill Murphy, and your secretary/treasurer while arguing that gold's value is as much a matter of confidence and psychology as the value of government currencies. Thill probably won't get much argument from GATA on that point, since our objective has been simply to let all currencies, including gold, trade freely so that people can assign their confidence without deception by governments and rapacious investment banks.
Thill's essay is headlined "Have You Caught Gold Fever? The Value of That Shiny Metal Is as Artificial as Paper Money" and you can find it at AlterNet here:
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CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
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