In Singapore interview, GATA secretary reviews mechanisms, objectives of gold price suppression

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In Singapore interview, GATA secretary reviews mechanisms, objectives of gold price suppression by Chris Powell for GATA

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

In Singapore a few weeks ago to speak at the Mining Investment Asia conference, your secretary/treasurer was interviewed about GATA’s work by Patrick Vierra of at the company’s amazing vault facility, The Safe House.

Among the topics:

— How GATA came to be.

— The mechanics and objectives of gold price suppression by Western governments, its deceiving of markets and investors, and its cheating of commodity-exporting nations.

— How gold price suppression might be stopped.

— Efforts by U.S. Rep. Alex Mooney, R-West Virginia, to force the U.S. Federal Reserve, Treasury Department, and Commodity Futures Trading Commission to come clean about U.S. government interventions in markets and about U.S. government policy on gold generally.

— Prospects for the gold price if suppression is defeated or central banks need to devalue their currencies.

— The similarities between the current gold price suppression operation by the United States and its allies and the Nazi expropriation of occupied Europe, which was undertaken mainly through currency market rigging during World War II.

The interview is 41 minutes long and can be viewed at YouTube here:

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
[email protected]

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The Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee was organized in the fall of 1998 to expose, oppose, and litigate against collusion to control the price and supply of gold and related financial instruments. The committee arose from essays by Bill Murphy, a financial commentator on the Internet (, and by Chris Powell, a newspaper editor in Connecticut. Murphy's essays reported evidence of collusion among financial institutions to suppress the price of gold. Powell, whose newspaper had been involved in antitrust litigation, replied with an essay proposing that gold mining and investor interests should act on Murphy's essays by bringing antitrust lawsuits against financial institutions involved in the collusion against gold. The response to these essays was so favorable that the committee was formed and formally incorporated in Delaware in January 1999. Murphy became chairman and Powell secretary and treasurer.