Book Review Blythe Masters.


Its a good idea to read a book that you're doing a review on before doing the review.

I haven't read the book.

But it's still an interesting idea that I wanted to share. In any case I recently tripped onto a television station based in Washington, D.C. that is financed entirely by the Russian government. They call themselves the al jazera of Russia or something like this. In any case they don't seem to like the United States very much and spend their news broadcasts pulling apart everything that is happening in D.C. and how the politicians of both parties and the president are screwing up for their own gain.

It's called and I'll let you make your own judgement as to their accuracy in journalism.

But I'm still finding some of their ideas most intriguing.

Enter Blythe Masters.

If you're not familiar with this name, as I wasn't she is the individual that runs the derivatives trading desk for investment house J.P. Morgan bank and is reporting some of trading activities that she has supposedly done with the assistance of the Federal Reserve. And namely, the price manipulation of both gold and silver in the name of keeping prices artificially low to protect the interests of a global based economy and a fiat based currency backed by the printing presses in Washington.

They'res a new book out about Blythe Masters and from the interview I'd imagine it would be about how she has done this. And if all this is true that makes Ms. Masters and the J.P. Morgan Investment house more powerful than some politicians and even governments.