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Why Germany Wants to See its US Gold..U.S. Federal Reserve Admits: We Have No Gold?!!
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08-27-2013, 06:19 PM #1
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The compromising problem....Apparently there are differing angles to the story here...
For decades, almost half of Germany's gold has been stored deep below the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann wanted to personally convince Peter Gauweiler that the German gold was still where it should be.Indeed, the partially blacked-out report read like the prologue to an espionage thriller in which the stunned central bankers could end up standing in front of empty vaults in the US.
the US refused to hand over the treasure and threatened during the Cold War to withdraw its troops from Germany if the Germans demanded their gold back. Former Bundesbank head Karl Blessing, according to the theory, had to provide the US written confirmation that he would never do such a thing.

This letter, as it happens, actually exists, as Blessing confirmed in his last interview with SPIEGEL in 1971 -- except it doesn't concern the German gold, but rather US gold reserves. Until 1971, every dollar could be exchanged for the precious metal. Blessing thus promised the US Federal Reserve that he would no longer convert the colossal German dollar reserves to gold because this would have caused the currency's value to plummet.

Today, this historic document is even available online. But that hasn't silenced those who oppose stockpiling German gold abroad. Instead, the debate over a collapse of strictly paper-based currency is experiencing a renaissance -- as is the dispute over the gold reserves. Even Green Party financial expert Gerhard Schick has joined the fray: "I think the question of how much gold is available in an emergency is a valid concern."
:http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/german-politicians-demand-to-see-gold-in-us-federal-reserve-a-864068.html
U.S. Federal Reserve Admits: We Have No Gold. The following exchange between Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) and the Fed’s attorney Scott Alvarez proves, without a shadow of a doubt, that The Federal Reserve has no gold backing the US dollar.
http://www.riseearth.com/2011/06/us-fede...ve-no.html
Federal Reserve Refuses to Submit to an Audit of Germany’s Gold Held in U.S. Vaults
There has been speculation for a long time, that the FED doesn’t actually have much gold, that it has either sold it off, lent it out, or used it as collateral for borrowings. Either case, there are many claims that the gold that is being stored on behalf of many nations, doesn’t actually exist.
http://nsnbc.me/2013/04/18/federal-reser...-vaults-2/
FDR’s 1933 Gold Confiscation was a Bailout of the Federal Reserve Bank, make sure they don't pull this shït again, but with all the FEMA camps with gullitines makes me think otherwise, they may have plans like fdr did to get their gold back???
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s 1933 executive order outlawing the private ownership of gold in the United States was arguably unconstitutional. But why did he do it ?
the real reason for the gold confiscation was a bailout of the privately-controlled Federal Reserve Bank. And the evidence has been printed right in front of our faces.
http://www.moonlightmint.com/bailout.htm
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08-27-2013, 06:23 PM #2
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What Do They Have to Hide?

In a few months we’ll “celebrate” the 40th anniversary of the day when the US Government declared bankruptcy. Oh, they didn’t call it that at the time. But what happened on August 15, 1971 was that the US defaulted on its promise to pay gold for dollars. It is now clear that they didn’t have very much gold left to pay.

My new book, Good As Gold? is now available. I’ve tried to make it a clear and readable history of what happened to the gold confiscated from Americans and put into Fort Knox in the 1930s. I’ve used the government’s own words and statements to paint a picture I think is shocking. There has never been an accounting of this gold. There has never been a real audit of it. (I know people say there was one in 1953, but after reading my book, I wonder if anyone really can believe this.)

At every turn when the government was asked to provide proof of either the amount of gold they have left, or the quality of it, they have answered with lies and evasions. They have been acting like they have something to hide.

What we do know is that until August 15, 1971 any foreign central bank could go to the US Treasury and buy official US gold at $35 per ounce. It was the last link to the international gold standard. Before then, all currencies were defined in terms of the US dollar, and the US dollar was defined in terms of gold. A dollar equaled 1/35th of an ounce of gold; $35 equaled one troy ounce of gold.
http://www.lewrockwell.com/2011/04/chris...f-ft-knox/



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