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Report Raises Questions About Central Bank Gold Holdings

duggy2 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 8:24 AM
the debt is the has bankrupted us. .the house of cards will collapse the instant timmy treasury admits we can't pay the 16 trillion debt...a debt that govt should not have incurred in our name in the first place....ask why  govt has to print bonds and cant print anybody paying attention??? 16 trillion dollars would stretch 1.5 BILLION miles if laid end to end....1.5 BILLION......MILES... this is abominable. . profoundly criminally wrong. ...
Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 11:39 AM
The real issue is that we departed from the path laid out by the constitution. Gold, and silver. No bills of credit.

A dollar what? Bill. A dollar bill. A dollar bill OF CREDIT. Hence, paper money is unconstitutional.
Vernon42 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 3:46 PM
Obama and his minions do not care about the Constitution. In their mind it was written by evil white men who believed in and owned slaves.

For years I have cautioned that changes in the ownership of gold held in the vaults of key central banks around the globe may not have been accurately reported. A report issued last month in Germany has once again brought these issues to the fore. In today's environment of rampant money creation and questioning of central bank activities, such uncertainty is bound to spark the curiosity of an increasing number of investors.

Since the depths of the 2008 financial crisis, central banks around the world have increased their gold holdings. As of January of this year, the International Monetary Fund estimated...

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