Apr 21

The Secret World Of Gold (ZeroHedge, April 21, 2013):

In a wide-ranging look at the history and present of the barbarous relic, CBC’s Ann-Marie MacDonald has gathered many perspectives (pro and con) on gold. The following documentary moves from historical shipwrecks to Nazi ‘death gold’ and England’s war chest to recent years where widespread economic uncertainty has given the yellow metal a “new lustre in the world of high finance.” Valued for its permanence, beauty and scarcity, people will lie, cheat, steal and kill in the name of gold; and the clip provides color on many of the market manipulations of the last few years. As MacDonald says, whether it’s a few gold coins or gold bars stored in one of the many vaults around the world, many investors are taking a shine to gold. But there’s not a lot of it. It is said that, even melted down, there would not be enough to fill an Olympic swimming pool. Some claim that much of the gold held by the Bank of Canada, the Bank of England, the Federal Reserve and Fort Knox is gone – that for every 100 ounces of gold traded, there exists only one ounce of real, physical gold. So, where is the gold – and who really owns it?

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Oct 17

“2. Rothschild Family (banking dynasty, 1740- ) $350 billion”

… which is ‘peanuts’ for the Rothchild’s or maybe their petty cash.

I have a question: Why is it, with all those banks losing TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS, that MSM and our beloved governments always fail to mention who is on the other side of the trade?

I mean money doesn’t just magically disappear …

unless it is the day before 9/11:

Donald Rumsfeld on CBS NEWS: Pentagon Cannot Account For 2,3 TRILLION Dollars (Video)

The very next day America was under attack and the $ 2.300.000.000.000 were forgotten.


Meet Mansa Musa I of Mali – the richest human being in all history (Independent, Oct 19, 2012):

A new study has produced an inflation-adjusted list of the richest people of all time

When we think of the world’s all-time richest people, names like Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and John D Rockefeller immediately come to mind.

But few would have thought, or even heard of, Mansa Musa I of Mali – the obscure 14th century African king who was today named the richest person in all history.

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