Daily Dispatches

Financial Times tells of opposition to BIS scheme


October 30, 2000

Mr. Jack E. Thompson
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Homestake Mining
650 California St.
San Francisco, Calif. 94108

Dear Mr. Thompson:

Back in 1947 I wandered into Lead, South Dakota, with,
I think, 8 cents in my pocket and an appetite for
breakfast that impressed even me. There came that
magical moment when somehow I was hired by the
Homestake Mine for the Bull Gang in Mill No. 2.

Time for gold''s friends to help GATA strike a blow


1:09p EDT Sunday, October 29, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

For those interested in contributing financially
to GATA as we try to put together a lawsuit
against the Bank for International Settlements,
here is how to do it.

By check:

Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
c/o Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer
7 Villa Louisa Road
Manchester, CT 06043-7541

By bank wire:

An open letter to Homestake Mining''s CEO


8p EDT Sunday, November 5, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Reg Howe has written a detailed memorandum about the
legal aspects of the attempt of the Bank for
International Settlements to expropriate its private
shareholders. His eloquent introduction to his effort
to prevent that expropriation, underwritten by GATA, has
been posted at his Internet site, www.GoldenSextant.com,
and appears below.

Legal analysis of BIS plan to expropriate private shareholders


By Bill Murphy, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
Saturday, November 4, 2000

Quietly behind the scenes with GATA's support, Reg Howe
works on his action against the Bank for International

The gold cabal declared war on gold years ago. GATA
will declare the time, form, and place of our
counterattack, striking when Reg is ready.

It is time for the pro-gold world to respond to the

For GATA members with America Online email


9:45p EDT Saturday, October 28, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Reginald H. Howe's analysis of the plan of the
Bank for International Settlements to seize the
shares of its private shareholders (GATA message
no. 569) has caused the Gold Anti-Trust Action
Committee Inc. to put at the top of its litigation
agenda a lawsuit against the BIS for possible
securities fraud.

We believe that such a lawsuit would be able to

How to contribute to GATA


11:15a EDT Sunday, October 29, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA members with America Online email addresses
may not have received our three dispatches of
yesterday. This isn't the first time such a
strange thing has happened, and we're getting a
bit suspicious. We know that the dispatches were
delivered to email addresses at other services.

In any case, if you haven't read these dispatches,

Help us sue the Bank for International Settlements


The BIS and Greenspan:
Freezing Out the U.S. Constitution

By Reginald H. Howe
October 27, 2000

With this commentary, The Golden Sextant introduces
another new site feature: "BIS: Bank for Intervention
and Subversion." Today, with the U.S. Federal Reserve
occupying and voting its two board seats at the Bank
for International Settlements, both intervention in the

A review of the new book "When Genius Failed"


TOKYO, Oct. 26 (Reuters) -- Gold prices may have fallen
despite a surge in oil prices, but that does not mean
the metal has lost its status as a hedge tool against
inflation, an official at France's central bank said.

On Wednesday in London, gold slid to fix at $266.80 a
troy ounce, the lowest since September 24, 1999 and not
far above the 20-year low of $252.80 marked in July
that year.

Bank of France still sees gold as inflation hedge


10:30p EDT Monday, October 23, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Alec Hogg, host of the South African radio
program "Classic Business," has written an
essay at www.theminingweb.com about his
on-air interview last week with GATA Chairman
Bill Murphy. The essay does a wonderful job
publicizing GATA's Gold Derivatives Banking
Crisis report, especially to our friends and
potential friends in South Africa. You can

Bank for International Settlements may be against gold


"When Genius Failed: The Rise and Fall
of Long-Term Capital Management"
by Roger Lowenstein.

Published by Random House


When the financial madness of the late 20th century
America fades into history, the saga of Long-Term
Capital Management could well emerge as the
quintessential story. Roger Lowenstein's When Genius
Failed is likely to be a classical primary authority.

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