Does the Federal Reserve have any Gold?

21 Aug

The following video offers a concise explanation of what may be a massive fraud perpetrated by the Federal Reserve.  However, the video probably won’t add much to what you already know about gold.  Most of the info has been available for some time.

Still, it’s interesting that this information was published on the Daily Paul–a website which promotes Ron Paul.  The suspicion that the Federal Reserve’s gold supply (8,200 tons) is mostly missing is becoming increasingly “mainstream”.  Sooner or later, even CBS, NBC and ABC will report on this possibility; such MSM reports may mark the end of the Federal Reserve.

What do you suppose would happen to the price of gold if the 8,200 tons of gold that are supposed to be at the Federal Reserve turned up missing?

Would the people responsible for losing (taking?) those 8,200 tons of gold intentionally collapse the US economy in order to create enough chaos to conceal their malfeasance or theft?

video     00:04:40


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16 responses to “Does the Federal Reserve have any Gold?

  1. w[H]oly1

    August 21, 2013 at 10:54 AM

    Sundry info sources allude to a “leasing” scheme by which the TBTF banksters with “Fraud Preserve” accounts and therefore access to the myriad “funding facilities/windows” leased the gold, sold it into the market to short the price, the result of which has been a transfer of the majority to other countries, primarily China via the huge new gold processing vault in HK. Many suspect that China already has physical control of 4000+ metric tons and will soon make a move to establish the China currency as a gold-backed alternative to the FRN debt instruments. Could that precipitate a rush of the foreign-held several trillion FRNs back to the States competing for control/transfer the remaining real wealth here in uSofA? I have maintained that the financial gutting of the uSofA has been systematically occurring for several years and will more openly accelerate.

  2. owlmon

    August 21, 2013 at 11:44 AM

    fraud vitiates all contracts but the ones perpetrating the fraud know the American people r stupid dumb goyim and will do nothing but whine,,,,cut to the chase and show the readersTalmud and cease with the boohoo frustrate the shit out of us stories…Offer a solution r shut up!

    • Adask

      August 21, 2013 at 1:01 PM

      I see you’re talking. And you sound as if you’re whining about the “stupid dumb goyim” and you sound “frustrated” by “boohoo frustrate the shit out of us stories. So, what “solution” do you have in mind? If you don’t have a viable solution, do you plan to “shut up”?

      If you believe the solution is “show the readers the Talmud,” why don’t you start your own blog and follow your own advice. Why don’t YOU show your readers the Talmud?

      • w[H]oly1

        August 21, 2013 at 5:25 PM

        Ooooooooooo . . . . , Alfred. Soooooooooo AFV noted! Think the handle, “owlmon” belies a watching-and-waiting financial predator who operates best in the dark?

      • owlmon

        August 21, 2013 at 9:17 PM

        I do show readers the Talmud,,,You indeed sound frustrated that I do indeed have a solution to cure any commercial fraud men and women have been subjected to,,,Contracts commercial or otherwise are voidable if they frustrate your ability to practice your faith…Since all of mens commercial offers of contract operate upon the assumption your submitting to the corporate dead in law you are indeed assumed to be a false god worshiper by ignoring God’s immutable law of not serving false gods Exodus 20: 3-5 and not walking in their ordinances Leviticus 18:3-4…The Canadian Supreme Court had a case such as this in 2004,,,Amselem v Syndicate NW proving my point,,,in 1953 the same Supreme Court ruled that civil law is not applicable upon ministers of God and found the City of Quebecc in violation of the criminal I can hear your dislike of such irrefutable facts but cannot help but wonder why your opposed to to calling their bluff with such iron clad vampire killing stakes of truth….Hmmm?

      • owlmon

        August 21, 2013 at 9:27 PM

        gaining private agreements with the privately liable men and women acting as the Fed regarding the missing gold is a doable thing following the advise of Christ at Matthew 5:25 18:15-20 in the source of original law…and it is iron clad as getting an agreement to the facts is in honor and doppleganged in the civil law by what is called a notice to admit….look it up and note tacit agreement staring you back,,,agreement they r privately liable….look up Roncarelli v Duplessis 1959 SCR since yer a proclaimed legal beagle…

  3. Martens

    August 21, 2013 at 1:14 PM

    @Adask “What do you suppose would happen to the price of gold if the 8,200 tons of gold that are supposed to be at the Federal Reserve turned up missing?”

    Nothing would happen. If the Fed doesn’t have that gold, presumably someone else does.

    If, on the other hand, it’s revealed that the gold is just plain gone out of existence (see: Goldfinger), then the price of gold would go up.

    • Adask

      August 21, 2013 at 1:22 PM

      I didn’t express myself clearly. I didn’t meaning “missing from Earth” or even “missing from the Solar System”. I meant “missing from the markets”. The alleged presence of 8,200 tons of Federal Reserve gold is perceived as gold that could be sold by the Fed if the need arose.

      It’s something like the second string on a basketball team. If someone on the first string fouls out, a replacement will be brought in from the second string. But what happens if it turns out that there’s no second string? Will that affect the Las Vegas line on which basketball team is going to win the game?

      Something similar could happen to the price of gold if it turned out that the Fed’s gold is gone and whoever has it, isn’t like to sell it. The perceived supply of gold will be seen to have been reduced. The price will presumably rise–even though the missing gold still exists, somewhere.

      • Martens

        August 21, 2013 at 1:54 PM

        Perhaps I misunderstood. Now I can answer your question better, I think.

        You said: “Something similar could happen to the price of gold if it turned out that the Fed’s gold is gone and whoever has it, isn’t like to sell it.”

        If the gold is missing from the Fed, whoever has it is more, not less, likely to sell it, because the Fed does not sell gold. The Fed does not own any gold. It only stores other people’s gold.

        Therefore, if this gold turns up missing at the Fed, the price of gold will go down, because the gold will be considered more available to the market than it was when the Fed had it.

  4. pete

    August 21, 2013 at 1:40 PM

    All the leverage used to move this illusion forward since 1971 wasn’t a freebee. All the gold is probably leveraged 100 to 1, From the inventors of fractional reserve banking. The horror show of reverse leverage is going to affect as Al says, holders of paper IOU’s .If you have gold and silver life rafts and a trolling motor you may do more than above the water line.
    Al, you and others myself included have been yelling fire in the crowded theater for a long time. What happens when everyone runs for the door? Are gold and silver going to be lock limit up with no reliable posting of price except out of say legitimate exchanges like Shanghai or Dubai When the horror show begins it may not be to frightening for us in “certain” aspects.
    There are some real angry individuals out there that can’t get their vaulted gold or silver presently. Got to go,have fun being on the right side of the market folks

  5. Darby Jie

    August 21, 2013 at 2:04 PM

    Your statement that “The …presence of 8,200 tons of Federal Reserve gold …could be sold by the Fed if the need arose” is in error if,as the video states the Fed is NOT the owner of the gold– but simply the storage facility–with therefore no right whatsoever to “sell it”,, if the need arose.” To do so represents the outright theft of someone else’s property.

    The consequence of doing so should be, at the least, initiation of legal action against the thief, for recovery of one’s rightful property…

    • w[H]oly1

      August 21, 2013 at 5:20 PM

      Hence, the “leasing” ploy as mentioned? Who would an equity court considered responsible for fraud, the Leasor or Leasee, especially if the terms of the Lease included specific Market/Political Event triggers. RE: ” legal action against the thief, for recovery of one’s rightful property…”. “Who”, specifically would be the Claimant – Eric [the totally compromised “place”] Holder?

      • Adask

        August 21, 2013 at 8:45 PM

        Gold leasing is a scam intended to double the apparent supply of physical. I.e., based on the “lease,” the leasor claims to still own the gold even though the leasee has sold that same gold. It’s a fraud that is a conspiracy perpetrated by both the leasor and leasee. Both parties are complicit; both parties should be liable.

  6. Michael

    August 21, 2013 at 6:15 PM

    lets see, the farmer that has food and can grow food to feed himself and his family is far richer and can survive without money, gold or silver and those who depend on massing gold and silver and in the long run cant eat their gold or silver and must part with it to buy food, the farmer has a unlimited resource but the man with the gold and silver is limited in time to survive, so who is richer and wiser, and wealthier? the man who has gold and silver or the humble farmer who can eat to live, and so who will survive the longest?

    Worried about the gold and silver in the world and who has it, its beyond your control or influence. Worry about survival when the system is made to collapse and the food stores are guarded by the Military with orders shoot to kill to protect, and you have only a can of cat food to eat and for your family to feed for the last day of life.

    You are but a commodity, bought and sold in slavery of your master the ones you place into government who loan you out to foreign interest. Obarma represents once slave now your master selling what’s left of your property and your nation, to others else where. sheep you are and sheep you be, Blind, Dumb, and Deaf, like the three good little mice you were all taught to be.


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