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From Gold Shorts to Derivatives: How it is Done

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G O L D N E W S

European Central Bank board member, Sirkka Hamalainen said on Saturday:
"Gold's importance for central banks will likely fade in the long run,
but they must not rile jittery gold markets by unloading reserves." She
told a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in
Davos that gold has played a vital role as a store of value over the

From Bob Prange: THE GOLD QUESTION

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BILL MURPHY "Verrry GOOOD" ON TELEVISION FOR GATA

The Moderator Reports:
Sitting here in Sweden, I was not able to see the CNBC TV interview with gata
chairperson Bill Murphy in the U.S. yesterday. I have got the message though
that he came across just right for GATA. Seventy million people saw/heard Bill,
our David, show himself quite ready for the coming contest with Wall Street's

FOR GENERAL RELEASE

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BACKGROUND ON THE COLLUSION OF WALL STREET INVESTMENT HOUSES AND FEDERAL RESERVE
BOARD OFFICIALS
By Boudewijn Wegerif

Today's financial establishment and its empty-headed lackeys insist that gold
carries no weight in today's digitized world. Gold is dismissed as just another
commodity, and one that we can well do without now. Yet as the fiat (from the
Latin "let it be") dollars, yen, marks, and as of late ECUs rush around the

SUE THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE

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Bob Prange writes:
GOLD IS MONEY

Nearly all of my investment capital is now devoted to gold equities and
some physical. I have taken this road of greater risk because I believe
that gold is, first and foremost, money; that gold is, or should and
will be, a medium of exchange, a store of value, and a unit of account.

To my mind, the primary focus of the GATA movement must first force this

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9:07p ET Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Silver market analyst Ted Butler's new commentary
describes the failure of the U.S. Commodity Futures
Trading Commission to police the silver market.
Butler's commentary also includes an excellent
open letter to the CFTC by Carl F. Loeb, urging
the commission to start doing its duty. Butler's
commentary is titled "Dialing 911" and you can

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