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Central banking with ‘other people's gold’: A $368bn treasure trove in Lower Manhattan

23.01.2013 18:39

Germany is repatriating its gold reserves from the New York Federal Reserve. This decision has created a frenzy in the gold market. But that is just the tip of the iceberg.

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Anonymous user 28.07.2013 18:56

The first Gold to be repatriated to Germany has to come from Manhatten and not Paris

Anonymous user 23.07.2013 16:49

They take other countries gold and print off imaginery money off their printing presses in return.

Anonymous user 15.04.2013 21:36

When will people realize that the concept of money is the biggest problem.


Zwelinzima Sizani 11.04.2013 17:19

We need to check our bullions in the Bank of England and that of Switzerland, and have it repatriated back to South Africa!

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 15:26

Sure this largely came by colonizers just a loot is all blood bones and flesh of now third world.

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 01:35

U S joins the Single Market. 30.4.07. FED bails out Deutsche Bank $354billion. Gordon gives gold 2us

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 01:30

U.S. joined the single market 30.4.07. FED bails out Deutsche Bank. Gordon gives the FED the gold.!

Anonymous user 10.04.2013 21:38

The worst: gold, like papers with slogans like "in god we trust" writen on them, are not worth.

Anonymous user 10.04.2013 21:30

Just as bad: currencies from countries in Africa and Latin America are made in US & UK (de la Rue).

Anonymous user 28.03.2013 05:03

Politely he forgot that the CITY OF LONDON also stores about the same amount of German gold asFrance


Felipe Cervantes 26.03.2013 16:44

RT added spaces within the hyperlinks, 3 on the first URL and one on the Youtube. you will need to remove the spaces to reconstruct the valid URLs.


Felipe Cervantes 26.03.2013 16:39

Hello Michel Chossudovsky, I'm surprised you did not mention David Wilcock who wrote a book on the subject a year ago (http://divinecosmos .com/start-here/davi ds-blog/1023-financi al-tyranny) and has Russian TV documentary ( 2iIjm5oA). Anyhow, all publicity on this subject is good publicity. The world needs to know.

Anonymous user 25.03.2013 09:43

Good luck those countries who still think they will ever get their so called reserve GOLD back.

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