Rothschild has been selling gold and storing it for those buyers in his various warehouses, in the millions of dollars, so he has total control of billions of dollars in Gold. Remember the dollar was the Rothschilds reserve currency and in addition his oil bourse was based also on dollars, so what is his game? He was willing to invade Iran just to stop Iran's competition in the oil Bourse that used to be Rothschilds exclusive territory. Now Iran has set one up based on Euros and they are backed by 15% gold. So, what is Rothschild doing now that is "deceptive"?
Here is a thought to consider. I do not believe he intends to give up the dollar as reserve currency or for his oil bourse, but he does have to shore up the dollar if he continues to use it. So, what if he is hoarding gold, buying it up and selling gold to his cronies and keeping the dollars? If we go to gold backed currency for the global currency and they decide to use the dollar, then who is better off than anyone? The guy who has all the dollars and control of the gold. Thats who. I think its Rothschild.... his warehouses contain the gold storage of those he sold gold to in the millions of dollars per transaction.
Notice Germany's central bank can't get back their gold from the Federal Reserve and Ft Knox is said to be empty, so where is all that gold the fed res is suppose to be protecting and guarding? They are telling Germany they may have to wait 10 years to get it. HUH??? And where is ours? If we don't get an answer than its been STOLEN and that is felony theft, which is a very long prison term. Anyone else have any ideas as to what is going on with the gold and the dollar? This is just speculation on my part, so please join in and see if there is something that makes more sense.
Report: Brinks Vaults Are Being Depleted: This Has the Appearance of a Run On the Bank
By: NaturalBlaze, ALT headlines
gold and silver has seen a massive decline as of late, prompting one analyst to suggest that there is no compelling fundamental reason to own precious metals and the only thing investors can do now is “hope and panic, in that order.”
But while current prices and technical charts may leave some with the feeling that gold’s bull run is over and the bubble has popped, others are scooping up as much yellow and silver metal as they can find, and in some cases they’re doing it by the tens of thousands of ounces.
According to recent data from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, private investors are rapidly exchanging their paper holdings and turning them into deliverable physical assets, an indication that the purported ‘free market’ price for gold on global exchanges is grossly undervalued.
Brinks is now being depleted.
They have gone from 447,199 on July 3rd to 134,525 on July 9th which is a drop of 312,674 oz.
If this is correct, then this is a decline of 70 percent in the gold held in private accounts at Brinks in just one week.
If this is data is correct, it would not be too much of a stretch to say that this has the appearance of ‘a run on the bank.’ (VN: First thing I thought was "A run on Gold".)Commodities guru Doug Casey recently noted that it costs mining companies about $1200 an ounce to get gold out of the ground. Given that the price of gold is hovering right at that amount as of this writing it should be obvious that the going price for gold at this time is not sustainable. Either demand has waned and gold producers are going to be closing up shop soon because their business models will not be able to function under these prices, or we’re set to see prices bounce back significantly in coming months and years.
If we are to believe that investors are losing interest in precious metals, then how is it possible that major gold retailers like JM Bullion were reporting weeks-long delivery delays citing “astounding volume” from the retail sector?
Even the US Mint has seen such high demand (118% increase year-over-year) that they have actually suspended the sale of some of their gold American Eagles because they are unable to source the gold blanks required to strike the coins.