Time: Fri Dec 05 14:35:23 1997
To: Scott Bergeson <Scott.Bergeson@m.cc.utah.edu>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Silver mining - OK to repost (fwd)
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This estimate may be based on assumptions
which exclude mining operations on federal

Have you checked into their assumptions?

Remember the "green revolution" [sic]?

Translate:  make federal lands uninhabitable,
to drive humans into central cities, where
they are more easily controlled, taxed,
regulated, and subdued.  This is the strategy
of the NWO, yes?

I oppose this strategy.  I believe the earth
is brimming with silver, if we only get a 
little creative.

/s/ Paul Mitchell,
Candidate for Congress

At 02:11 PM 12/5/97 -0700, you wrote:
>I found the following in the Sunday, Nov. 30, 1997 Deseret News,
>page M5, in Brendan Boyd's Investor's Notebook column entitled
>"Dow overvalued? Check GDP growth":
>The Silver Institute (1112 16th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.
>20036) predicts that by 1999, 541 million ounces of silver
>will be mined annually, reports Gold Stocks Advisory (23-00
>Route 208, Fair Lawn, N.J. 07410). "Meanwhile, The Metals
>Consultancy estimates that 1,984 million ounces of silver
>will be required by industry and jewelry manufacturers
>every year. That 1,443 million-ounce shortfall spells
>higher prices for silver."
>On Wed, 3 Dec 1997, Paul Andrew Mitchell wrote:
>> 2.  silver, on the other hand, has not been stolen
>>     by the families of the Federal Reserve Banks,
>>     and is plentiful in raw deposits concentrated
>>     in places like Nevada;  Congress should issue
>>     contracts, via the U.S. Mint, to begin bulk
>>     purchases/mining of these raw silver deposits;

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