As Gold Rallies, a Fringe Claims Victory

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By Gordon Pitts
The Globe and Mail, Toronto
Friday, December 16, 2005

Bill Murphy believes the forces of darkness are finally on the run.

The U.S. gold bug is claiming victory over the central bankers, the political heavies, and the conspiracy of silence that has kept his message of gold market manipulation out of the U.S. media.

The Dawson Declaration -- A resolution adopted at Gold Rush 21

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Tuesday, August 9, 2005

The Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee's Gold Rush 21 conference concluded today in Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada, by adopting the Dawson Declaration, appended here:

THE DAWSON DECLARATION

Resolved by the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee's Gold Rush 21 conference at Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada, on Tuesday, August 9, 2005:

A Look at Central Bank Gold Reserves

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Last week in a Midas commentary we saw a brief paragraph with a quote from the CPM group. I have not seen any reaction to this news. I believe the message from the CPM Group is important to Gold investors so I decided to do a little research into the opaque world of Central Bank Gold and share it with you.

By Ed Wener

Sorcerer's Apprentice time

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Hedge fund rumors knock markets;
Widespread jitters focus on GM, convertible bonds

By Alistair Barr and Kathie O'Donnell
CBSMarketWatch.com
Tuesday, May 10, 2005

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A Call to Arms - Ed Steer

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"Cautious, careful people, always casting about to preserve their reputation and social standing, never can bring about a reform. Those who are really in earnest must be willing to be anything or nothing in the world's estimation, and publicly and privately, in season and out, avow their sympathy with despised and persecuted ideas and their advocates, and bear the consequences."
Susan B Anthony

A Monthly Review Of Gold From Frank Veneroso

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  • Gold and Gold Equities: The near term is uncertain. The near-term path of the dollar is unclear. The world is probably decelerating towards disinflation. This could be a negative.
  • The ability of the gold futures market to absorb large spec liquidation on a small price break is long term bullish. Perhaps, the official sector is conducting an orderly retreat.
  • As opposed to our very positive supply/demand framework, the “official” gold supply/demand framework is not especially constructive. It now diverges so much from historical trends and abundant anecdotal information, that it has become discredited.

An Exchange with Dennis Gartman on the Sprott Report

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On Gold Bugs and Net Shorts

By Dennis Gartman
The Gartman Letter
Tuesday, September 14, 2004
www.TheGartmanLetter.com

The gold bugs are a strange lot, really. They see conspiracies everywhere and at all times. If the government is not conspiring against the public, then business is conspiring against the government, or business AND the government are conspiring against the public, and, if not that, then all three are conspiring against ghostly, foreign forces that are set to wage some sort of economic war against the country.

Metal Bulletin - Buried Treasure

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Buried Treasure

By Josephine Mason
Metal Bulletin
www.MetalBulletin.com
September 12, 2004

Bill Murphy is fired up. He's been fired up for a good five years now -- ever since he claims to have unearthed evidence that the price of gold was being suppressed by a gold "cartel," operated by global financial institutions, including the U.S. Federal Reserve and the International Monetary Fund.

Russia's Central Bank Takes Note of GATA and Gold Price Manipulation

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The London Bullion Market Association
Bullion Market Forum
Baltschug Kempinsky Hotel, Moscow
June 3-4, 2004

Perspectives on Gold: Central Bank Viewpoint

By Oleg V. Mozhaiskov, Deputy Chairman
Bank of Russia

How Do We Know that Central Banks Rig the Gold Market? They Told Us. - by Chris Powell

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By Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
May 30, 2004

How does the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee know that central banks are working with bullion banks and other financial houses to suppress the price of gold?