``Surely it's becoming clear to at least some mining executives that if they continue to do and say nothing, they will be forced out of business. Prices of silver and gold are not going to be "allowed" to rise. For the manipulators, the risk of "letting" prices rise a little is that they might rise a lot. Prices then are not only "capped" they are seemingly driven ever lower even at (or especially at) those moments when an impartial observer would expect them to rise. Sentiment, once killed, must be buried deeper and deeper lest it rise from the dead... Apparently [mining executives would] rather go broke and let all of their shareholders go down with them.''

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