Jim’s Mailbox

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Hi Jim,

Below is an extract from your SprottMoney interview at the end of June 2013. People tend to listen to it just once and forget the content just a week later. I’m convinced that the below quote is imperative. You should give more interviews, I bet you receive plenty of requests.

"This system is coming down. The huge crash is the second collapse of the Western Financial World which has already started, but will be clear, clearly seen, understood and accepted in 2013. Now you don’t have much time, you can’t sit around and say "well, you know, do I believe Sinclair, do I really want to protect myself?" I am absolutely correct. And all you need to do is look at the Canadian Budget Report and right in there it discussed Bail-In on Canadian citizens. If that isn’t enough for you, then all you need to go back to is the Joint Report which was done by the BOE and the FDIC of the US, discussing Bail-In as the absolute method to be used from this point forward. So, you’re sitting around thinking about it, you’re in harms way. Get of your back end, get up, get your Direct Registration, which is your right, get your certificate if you want and get any money out of banks that you have that is over the amount insured. Don’t believe you can have 5 or 50 banks and play some cute game and be insured with all of them. Governments will never let you get away with that one."

CIGA Geert


Dear Joe,

Jim has advised that any bank or institution that accepted bail out or stimulus money should be considered a primary candidate for the bail in. My brief research today indicates that between 2008 and 2010 the Alberta Treasury Branch (ATB) had access to the Bank of Canada stimulus programs. The reference can be found at www.policyalternatives.ca. That fact does not mean that the ATB actually accepted funds but you should carry out your own due diligence and establish that to be fact or fiction before proceeding. Jim has further advised that for those who cannot bank internationally they should be looking at smaller, local banks or credit unions that accepted no bail out or stimulus funds.


Peter Mickelberg
Communications Consultant


Dear LT,

It looks like we are going up, up and away…