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Rep. Paul''s Monetary Reform and Accountability Act is H.R. 3732

Section: Daily Dispatches

6:30p ET Saturday, July 6, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

You might be interested in the following
correspondence about the commodities

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

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Dear GATA:

I'm a proud member of the GATA army, and I've
been following your Internet postings for
several years. Tonight I'm extremely
frustrated, as usual, and I feel compelled to
write you.

Although I haven't sent GATA any money to
date, I've supported your cause by spreading
the word. That's been my contribution, and it
hasn't been trivial. I hope that you realize
that many GATA members may not support you
directly with financial contributions, but we
participate by networking your ideas. I've
told many people about what's going on, and
have engaged in many conversations to support
your cause.

Anyway, tonight I've come to an important
conclusion, which you probably already have
reached: There's nothing that people like me
can do in the paper game to end the
manipulation; we have no control. The paper
side of the equation is going to fail like a
square wave; there will be no gradual changes
that take place in the gold and silver
markets. The upward trend we've all gotten so
excited about in the past few months doesn't
matter at all. Higher-level systems -- the
U.S. government -- will put every resource
into fighting the upward trend, and they
won't make any compromises.

What I'm getting at here is that there's no
way to win by purchasing calls as part of an
investment strategy. There's only one way
that the metals war will be won: in the spot
market. The liquidity must dry up.

As long as the manipulators can supply
sufficient liquidity to allow the spot market
to function, they'll maintain control with
their paper games. I believe that the whole
global economic system will eventually crack
at the same time, and there won't be any
profits to be made on call options; there
will be only defaults.

I for one will not be purchasing any more
call options while hoping that the system is
still somehow a little bit free. It's not the
least bit free anymore, and all I'm doing is
providing capital for those in control to
purchase real metal.

Keep up the good work. I read all your
postings. Please continue stressing to your
readers the purchase of real metal.



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Dear J.I.A.:

While we of course follow closely the futures
price of gold, we couldn't agree with you
more. The futures price is where gold and
silver prices are rigged, where real metal is
overwhelmed by paper. Why people would buy
gold and silver futures in light of the
blatantly manipulative price action of the
last few weeks is beyond us, unless, of
course, they are covering short positions or
have found a way of buying in New York, where
the price is regularly suppressed, and
selling in other markets around the world,
where it tends to rise.

We may hope that the price manipulation on
the commodities exchanges will fail of its
own increasing brazenness, as fewer people
are willing to take the long side of trades
there. In the meantime, as that enigmatic
commentator at, Friend of
Another, observed some time ago, the quot;sport
of kingsquot; will remain a matter of noisily
selling paper while quietly buying real gold.
Maybe we all should be playing that sport
until times change.

In any case the futures price remains
important and GATA's target because of its
intimidation value. With ever-larger fog
clouds of paper, the futures price induces
producers to think that there is no shortage
of their product and that they must sell it
at or below subsistence levels. This
intimidation might go on forever if it is not
exposed, so we keep at it.

Thanks so much for your thoughtfulness and

With good wishes.

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



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