Belgian Police Investigate Millions Of Counterfeit Euro Coins

Belgian Police Investigate Millions of Counterfeit Euro Coins (Veterans Today, May 19, 2013):

WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – BRUXELLES -During the last month the Belgian Federal police has confiscated several tons of counterfeit Euro Coins that were shipped from China via the Belgian territory into the European Union. There seems to been a huge increase since 2012 in the production and sales of counterfeited Euro Coins.The counterfeit euro coins are smuggled into Belgium with description of old metal transports and it seems that there might have been several hundred tons of counterfeit euro coins already in the markets according to a radio interview confirmed by Ine Van Wymersch and that the Belgian federal police is investigating the matter at present.

Its is unclear as to how many tons of counterfeit Euro coins might have been smuggled into the Belgian territory. Seeing that Belgium is a very small country with a population of only 6 million , only a few tons of counterfeit Euro coins could hugely effect the true monetary value of Belgium.

It seems according to some sources that the Zaventern Airport has been used as a possible central point for these smugglers where several tons of counterfeit Euro coins were found. During 2011 the Deutsch Bundesbank were conned with a 6 million Euro exchange when they discovered that that 29 tons of euro coins were presented from China.

The question is why did the Euro zone only wake up now since it would be by nature common that counterfeit money gets produced and why did the federal authorities not pic this up when the Euro came into existence ? Considering that the European Union consist of 25 countries, its unimaginable of how many counterfeit Euro coins were shipped into the European Union since the year 2000.

Global security and threat expert Baron Baretzky said that this threat could be much larger than what is presently known and the smoking gun should have been picked up long time ago by Federal Police and Interpol.  The question then remains , is there more to this than just counterfeit coins and is the threat perhaps greater than visible to our European financial institutions ?

And who is investigating the ECB’s unconstitutional ‘money printing’ via OMT?

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