A Lengthy Discussion on Mining Claim Validity as a Security Risk
Following the economic disaster of WWII, the US in recognizing the importance of controlling a guaranteed supply of "strategic minerals" needed for "American Industry" to support a healthy manufacturing jobs economy. Congress enacted Public Law 520, the Strategic and Critical Materials Stockpiling Act of July 23, 1946 (60 Stat. 596, 50 U.S.C. Sec 98d).
After President Nixon took us off the Silver Dollar Standard by Executive Order, to appease oxymoronic supporters of what they mistakenly represented as a free market, this public law just sort of disappeared.
The pseudo patriotic one-sided argument was it was a embarrassment of "Socialism/Communism babble speak" even suggesting the government maintain a floor purchase price for materials necessary to defend our strong natural resource wealth, which lately has been disappearing into a less than clear blue sky over China. How ironic that Nixon/Clinton both championed the People's Republic's great leap forward to control gold that Karl Marx felt was the symbol of corrupt Capitalism. And that the Breton Wood trade dollar will soon be replaced by the strength of an electronically ETF BitCoin, and the "golden yuan."
And, as were are currently fighting the Second World Economic War, with the OPEC petrodollar being the winner of the First, concerning control of natural resource wealth. let me at least go on record, even though lately my free speech comments are being misdirected censored by anonymous Internet hackers. Is is not paranoia to recognize through a study of our IP web stats that the US hosted www.MiningMagazines.com web sites shows search engine links for Google, and Bing Microsoft being at just 15 percent, and a Chinese search engine www.baidu.com at 30%, with the rest of the spider crawler traffic of 55% listed as unknown.
To understand what is happening right now, copy cat pishing sites calling their source of free copyright protected information they steal, a fraud; and through denial of a free e-mail service not subject to old-fashioned U.S. Postal inspectors protection; and that the "home computer" misdirection invasion through cookies that used to be a free treat... not the poison embedded "bot" Halloween tricks of today, is coming very close to slamming the doors on the world's greatest library after Alexandra was burned to the ground.
To sort of prove that we are not blackballed out a New Zealand as a spam-scam, by "flip trade" spammers themselves who want to shut off any negative news on their "fair market mineral spot prices", we recently had to change our e-mail address to a unique, the only legal one in the world of, MiningMagazines.com@Gmail.com. We shall see how long that lasts before totally going back to postmarked paper snail mail delivered by a reliable U.S. Post Office.
How can I justify such strong words? Guess it has something to do with the parent publication of this free Internet information source (dating back to 1997) not really brokering anything but third party First Amendment protected ideas, to help the "flow through" process of free marketing of a product. We are not self-regulated organization of Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) licensed stockbrokers or financial advisors in good standing. And when in comes to mentioning US 1872 Mining Claims, apparently we also are not up to the standards of the Toronto Stock Exchange 43-101, in Canadian Interests, certification.
If you backtrack your research, fairly, when possible through the short lived onscreen sources of the easy money trail of a gospel choir shortcut of OMG's; and accepting unknown others IMHO without doing due diligence in who a very secretive "M" supply person really was; and the practice of dubious organizations and associations honoring each other with awards, you actually need to read to find how the overuse of the rights of "freedom" may actually be leading to an infrastructure failure detour on the Information Highway.
The case in point at the moment is how shiny silver has been especially financially engineered to disregard to the long established natural laws of supply and demand. This talking head babble has lead to an instability in futures markets, starting with the Hunt Brothers running $2 silver, up to $50, as best measured in paper silver certificates, that also have become a very questioned part of USD international trade dollar.
The startling end-result truth of "flipping" what used to be a stable lead balloon (argentiferious galena lead zinc, copper ore is 80% of our silver supply) for a momentary, leveraged, derivatives, for financial gain is just this:
1) Right now naked American silver shorts would require a half-years supply of all the world's silver production to cover a call for materials needed, beside solar, to build our expensive defensive fighter planes, and keep health care costs down by silver bandages "eating bacteria."
2) What is even more strategically important is the exploding demand for Einstein's photovoltaic silver, shown not to wear out after 30 years use of free electricity, in the battle against climate change.
I mention thin silver technology on this Eco-Minerals-Stockpile [dotnet] web site... not really intended for the search engine public readership for fear of being hacked... in that we are referral documenting the claims underlying a proven length x width x depth assayed sampled 800,000 ounces of industrial silver, would bundle very well with the breakthrough ECO technology included in 500 million tons of nepheline syenite. This to validate that an individual purchasing a single ton, in-place, for sale through their finished product marketing is a much safer long term investment than securities exchange listed stocks.
For further information on the galena, and needed "smart roof" nepheline feedstock ores, mentioned as an example, and shown in the virus free graphic header on this page, which cannot be read by nasty bots, go to:
2) www.NephelineSyenite.com > www.FoamKrete.com
that simply wants to sell an honest building product to someone as ECOhousingofAmerica.com
Given that there are material and mineral supply competitors who do not play fair, to protect their market, guess we had best explain this web site, for what it is not:
> We are not a substitute for diligence search on others Mining Law of 1872 un-patented mining claims (even if attached to fee simple ownership of patented claims) for a title insurance companies promising a validation, for a fee, on what they cannot do without being extremely liable themselves.
> We are not a USA "rock solid" validation verification source for lazy mining industry financial "experts" to position themselves in a daisy chain of finder's fees, protected by the "non-circulation lawyers threats" often seen on Canadian tap-dancing promoters of absolutely nothing of value web sites, that cannot explain how historic geologists reports, with historic names, can migrate across structure.
> We are not "the best kept" secret, a popular phrase as oft seen on very questionable Multinational Mining press releases out of Vancouver, Canada, concerning US mining claims, somewhere West of Laramie.
It is no secret that American mining professionals have been discriminated against non "In Canadian interests 43-101 Certified", claims verified by the U.S. Geological Survey, and the defunct U.S. Bureau of Mines and U.S. Office of Mineral Exploration, and individual states as Alaska, being unfairly stolen away by "free trade" and "favored nation" advocates that has cost U.S. Taxpaying workers, dearly.
> This is not an insider trader, good old boy, phishing, hacking, bitch smacking and slapping deception of the physical truth in that all U.S. un-patented mining claims are only as good the validity claimed upon their "discovery" post. This undisputed fact, as absolutely validated by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management; the U.S. Forest Service, and the State of Alaska — even ignoring the workarounds of not qualifying as locater validation of being a U.S. Citizen 18 years or older— is that claim-holders are in partnership, through the government's ownership of the surface rights, really somehow needs to be addressed by foreign nationals who have never set foot upon U.S. "mineral in character" ground, except to wave their arms, preaching less than true location, history, and geological reports.
Remember, please, again that the Briex scandal of an English geologist falsifying gold assay results in New Guiana caused the crash of the VSE, or Vancouver, British Columbia (miner's exchange) that was taken over by the TSX Toronto Stack Exchange who justified their "in Canadian Interests 43-101 certification" as an unfair free-trade tool against what is left of the "in American Interests" mining industry, and flow through disadvantaged US investors, especially when it comes to a $35,000 "earn-in" claims option being "pumped" raising $3,500,000 on a supposedly regulated stock market, before those who trusted "experts" were dumped by the claims being, in mining law terminology, abandoned.
What is correct:
> The US Mining LAW of 1872 concerning mineral entry has always prevailed, clear up through the U.S. Supreme Courts, that valid deposits of locatable minerals are indeed "real property" subject only to the endorsement of the U.S. publics stake in the financial state of the nation. See Wikipedia's General_Mining_Act_of_1872 for background on this.
> The only things wrong with US Mining LAW of 1872, as far as citizen taxpayers should be concerned, was that:
1) The provision to purchase the surface rights, just as under the Homestead Act, and Timber Culture Acts of that era, for a then extravagant $2.50 per acre, was brought to a happy excessive halt twenty years ago, for only benefiting special interest groups, including many foreign corporations, that had nothing to do with American mining. Or farming, or logging, or salmon fishing.
2) And the unrealistic battle of multinational megacorps concerning establishing a mining royalty, somewhat similar to what is found in competitive nations, is without merit. The State of Alaska Department of Lands, along with a claims rental payment, has a reasonable three percent royalty payment after the first three million. As many Alaskan small mining claims owners have a long term percentage royalty payment that is next to impossible to collect without having an valid umpire assay from a smelter in Asia, this government "regulation" is very much appreciated.
3) A U.S. Senate bill in 2009 proposed a 2% to 5% royalty on the value of mineral production. Most small operators understand that they are already paying that, along with a claim rental fees, through plan of operations "fair use fees." As roads, water rights, and forest fire protection on public lands. That bill was allowed to die by a PAC supported Congress that didn't want to stop the economic and jobs development opportunities benefits offered (?) our foreign trade partners. At the least this would provide a bank balanced check to help calculate local tax revenues to schooling for the miners children.
> The other thing wrong with the US Mining LAW of 1872 is a conflict with an upstart Securities Exchange Act of 1934 encouraging "truth in securities" REGULATIONS have somehow evolved into a support group of a protected mining investment monopoly securities system, as very lucrative IPO's, and an through a very un-defendable "Blue Sky" exclusion that small private investors in a mining law state some must be insider trading qualified for already being a $1,000,000-aire.
> The disparity, of the legal precedent conflicts having something with "securities" being the right to ownership connected with tradable derivatives have to do with location, which lately has been how far away mining states are away from powerful nanosecond flash trading computers.
1) In gold rush California the the people's law of governing contentious was that a handshake was all it took to form a "mining company." Contrary to Hollywood's interpretation of this, except singers Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin in Paint Your Wagon, and the Brett Heart first hand media reports from Poker Flat supported the "Prudent Man Doctrine" that a group of investors working together really did not need Back East Blue Sky protection for being a Western widow[er] and orphan (which I happen to be).
2) After the mining camp promulgation of the rules of working together (without bloodshed, and an earned appreciation for fellow American-Chinese miners companies) were adopted into The Mining Law of 1872, there remained (to this day) the Association Placer Claim, which with eight undivided interests across 160 acres was what the Securities Law mavens consider an illegal, unregistered security.
3) And the curious fact that lode claim owners are entitled to follow extra lateral rights, even across and underneath the surface boundaries of a mineral rights claim, even if that be private land. This is well supported by case law citations. And as a mining claim, with an assigned state number, is in effect a long term contract with the U.S. Government, those with a newly acquired GPS mentality need to be aware of the legal term, "in mineral trespass."
4) And finally, there was a mining claim ruling by a Judge, known for his non-qualified underground mineral assessment, that the value of the property dispute before him, was as worthless as the "Blue Sky above." This absolutely should be challenged today in that clean air blue sky can be measured in carbon fuel credits.
Unfortunately for the 19 mineral entry states of the West, those New York City slickers somehow made the "Blue Sky Laws" the poster child of mining securities fraud. This is why there are discriminatory exclusion laws in said states concerning the qualification of investors, who apparently are not smart enough to understand unless they are have a net worth of $1,000,000 they can't play the game. Sorry Charlie, the bargain isle tuna fish red herring, who really is a sucker.
>> The point of this website, that I am sure will come with all sorts of pseudo Internet "secure" warning tags to get through, is that:
1) Yes, it is perfectly legal as an individual to purchase a ton of a validated 1872 Mining Law mineral deposit, in place. Said ton does not need to be defined by GPS coordinates that might not fit the exact location of an a validated Bureau of Land Management / U.S. Forest Service, Plan of Action respecting, and protecting the environment. A Plan of Action, would be difficult for an small holding to qualify to dig where they feel entitled, hence the need to disqualify individual investors for not already being certified millionaires in a "good old boy securities approved private investment clubs."
Small 1872 miners totally understand that their only hope is U.S. Government sensible plan of actions concerning public lands, roads, and water, prevails. Said approved citizen actions really is a bypass to the red flags of big board "casino capitalism" owners making the "you are fired" Donald Trump mistake of paying an army of lawyers, whose brief if, "those who have gold in the Banks of Bowser Creek," rule through securities case law.
2) And that American investors, who are already at a free trade tax, and securities law disadvantage as manipulated by multinational banks "too big to jail," really need to understand that the "golden fleece" begins when sheep are corralled to be flocked, through not understanding that:
A) Not making a "drop dead" deadline in paying a BLM "rental" on claims that cannot be insured by a title company, is not the same as the grace period of of a sheriffs farm sale on the courthouse steps.
And, please do not block the way into the county recorders office to file a state claim (jumper) documents where the party is is totally aware they have the top default position for 90 days to formally file for a new US BLM recorded number that covers the mineral rights, no matter the made up, or slightly different, claim name,
What a way to survive bankruptcy, stockholder lawsuits, and reclamation obligations, without loosing anything! What a way for Toronto Stock Exchange shell game "pumped up listings" to raise millions millions through an international stock broker placements, only to step back by not meeting contract obligations, the "dumping," which causes a well touted stock (including promised options) to fall back to 01¢ per share.
B) What a way, even in an Alaska with much tighter securities laws, to allow a favored nation Hong Kong/Vancouver puppet junior IPO the opportunity to take advantage of the free trade TSX "in Canadian interests" 43-101 slur that Alaskan miners are in such short supply that there was a need to allow EB-5 green cards to be sold to Asian workers.
How does corporate accounting of $22,500 in attorney fees, to buy into a congressionally approved "Immigrant Investor Program, to promote jobs and the local economy", only takes an advertised $500,000 to "live permanently in the USA?" Contrast that to the State of Alaska (only one of four) blue sky "protect the public" interpretations as to investor validation, considers all member managed LLC(ompany) certificates of ownership to be a security in need of counter-productive regulation?
C) The intent of ECO-Minerals-Stockpile, is to place the underlying claims of absolutely valid and documented projects into a secure lands and minerals trust that cannot be flipped, hypothecated, leveraged, or otherwise made worthless by deviate platform traded hedge funds. The role is to protect the title, as title insurance firms cannot do, by being the responsible party to make all the legal deadline filings and rental payments necessary to maintain a Mining Law of 1872 chain of mineral title ownership.
This service is only paid for by a 3% royalty resulting from an actual retail sale of the "stockpiled" minerals.
For information on our lien protected minerals claims holding trust, please go direct to the developers of what we consider fiscally viable ECO mineral projects, for not being listed on some form of a really, really "big board."
Warning: As the MiningMagazines.com publication TheProspector.com explains in part how it has been has been pished hacked so thoroughly by "competitors", and what has been happening to the misdirected spoofing of Editor@MiningMagazines.com, principle Barry Murray[dotcom] is suggesting you avoid his spoofed, and misdirected e-mail for now by calling him direct at 503-753-5868! Want the background on that is happening, click on a link from a non-Chinese connected TheMiningInvestor.com!