Sunday, November 27, 2011

Christian missionaries playing stoupid games

Christians from outside of India are stirring up trouble using immoral practices.  Here is a link to the article. Do not give to missionaries sending money overseas for Christmas, the money is used to entice children away from their native religion to Christianity. I  am concerned Christian missionaries will start a civil war in India, they teach people scandalous and untrue things about native Hindu religion. The government seems to look the other way. See my page on missionaries explaining what has been happening in India and other countries.  Some Churches are sending shoe boxes to Africa and possibly India, this is to entice children away from their culture and religion with candy and toys.  This is wrong and very damaging to christianity.  Christians are using the ends justify the means, they will get quick but not lasting results and will cause resentment and many will die in violence that it causes. Do we really want to cause a war between Moslems and christians in Africa or between hindus and Christians in Asia-- we already have enough problems caused by polyticians, we dont need the Churches throwing gas on the fire!

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Billionaire Sprott

He asks silver producers to keep money in silver instead of the bank. This would be less risky. Banks are paying next to nothing in interest plus banks can go under. He is also the one who came up with PSLV the silver Etf backed completely by silver bullion. Here is a link to the article:
The people who run SLV have been known to short silver at their own risk. Of course if they get caught they probably figure Uncle Sam will bail them out.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Be aware of fake silver

China is flooding the market with fake silver dollar coins and even fake silver bars. they have not started doing the dimes yet. Many are being sold on Ebay and pawn shops so be careful where you buy silver. Also know your weights, bars are being sold that have only a tiny fraction of the silver in them but they look like regular bars.Even coin dealers are being fooled by the counterfeit coins. One way to prevent a catastrophic loss is not buy really large lots of silver in one place, also getting dimes would work as well.Here is a link to an article on the subject:

Neodymatic slide, how to tell fakes from real silver dollars. Some fakes are slightly magnetic and some are not.    <iframe width="960" height="720" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

<iframe width="1280" height="720" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>   (slide strong magnet down silver bar)