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And, point of fact, as FEDERAL RESERVE CHAIRMAN, when some people say he was "doing a good job" by advocating following the gold market's lead, he was not - and intentionally not - doing a good job.

Because the gold markets aren't any free-er than the silver market. In fact, it's been controlled by the house of Rothschild for a long time, where they openly fix the price of gold.

Greenspan wasn't following what the market said. He was following what the house of Rothschild said. I don't mean by secret cables. I mean, the price of gold is fixed, is a controlled market, and has been for a long time.

A free market would switch to something else when that happens. It is that, and that only, that makes monopolizing a commodity too expensive for those trying to corner it.

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