COMEX Depletion: SILVER at $35 by SUMMER!

LBMA Registered Ratio Dropping

On a flight to Costa Rica 5 years ago, someone two rows over realized that he boarded a metallic tube crossing the ocean using a few man-made jet engines. Talk about a panic attack; he wanted out!

I’ve watched Fear Factor and Bear Grylls, so seeing people face their worst fears and greatest paranoias is something that isn’t foreign to me, but it’s very different when it’s right next to you with no way of changing reality and having nothing to do but accept it.

When we landed, I asked him what happened and he said that he began visualizing what was actually taking place: the fact that he was traveling at an altitude of 35,000 feet and sitting in a chair in the middle of the ocean eating and sleeping while four rotors were tasked with jetting across the Atlantic.

I told him that if that spooks him, he should probably stay away from visualizing what his heart is tasked with or how Earth rotates the sun.

The point is that at some point something triggered and he was more acutely aware of the risks he signed up for.

Governments, corporations, and individuals are all beginning to truly grasp the end of globalization. I’ve been talking about this subject since 2018 and doubling down on it since 2020, but it is now clear as day that America’s role as keeper of the free trade system is over.

America is pulling out and asking its allies to militarize and step in as guardians of their interests. The petrodollar era is unwinding.

The developed world has urbanized followed by the developing world, and birth rates are dropping across the board. The economic model that inspired globalization, where the United States would trade with the rest of the world and go anywhere it needed to, is no longer essential for U.S. interests, and the population picked up on that long ago.

The disgust and hatred of globalists are running rampant, and in this new economic model that is forming where globalization is unwinding, trust is gone, especially when it comes to resources and currencies.

If the U.S. refuses to have your back if a regional power wants to invade, why would you use its currency and fund its military? You wouldn’t! Nor would you allow your precious metals to be held by globalists in London or New York.

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    Silver is one of the most interesting metals for the 2020s because it has been a byproduct of mining copper, zinc, or gold for the longest time, but in the new world we live in, counting on this process is irresponsible.

    Countries and corporations don’t want to rely on miners of other metals to supply them with silver. They need guaranteed amounts, and that has drained the coffers of COMEX and LBMA, and I think that the price is still headed higher.

    The dollar is weakening, the supply chain is breaking its global connections, and commodities like silver could spike dramatically!

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