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Monday, August 12, 2013

Reasonable Person Conclusion: Libya's Gold Reserves of 100+ Tons Have Been Stolen by Bankers

As stated repeatedly, there are only three methods by which a government's central bank (all, but a handful now in private banking cartels) can get custody of gold:

  1. By Exchange for paper Substitutes
  2. By Confiscation of private citizens
  3. By Conquest
Knowing those alternatives which one are you going with?

Was the Libyan's people's gold being held in 'safe custody' with the US Fed, too? "So sollie my Libyan friends, you're broke now." Bye-bye.

Could some of the gold be backing Al Qaeda? Afterall, there is this report: Libyan Convoy with gold, cash crossed to Niger. With AFRICOM now solidly entrenched in Nigeria that satrapy can be safely relied upon to do the wishes of the NWO.

And, as the report originated from the "National Transitional Council" (NTC), a reasonable person must conclude Libya's gold was stolen and now in the hands of international bankers - most likely the US Fed or UK.

The Battle For Libya Is Almost Over... As Is The Battle For Its 144 Tons Of Gold

Following a 6 month stalemate in which neither side had attained any advantage, it suddenly took just a few days for the Libyan rebel forces to steamroll unopposed into Tripoli. While we are confident that the political aftermath of this outcome will be very much comparable to what is happening in Egypt right now, many wonder why it is that the Libyan situation has progressed with such speed. Perhaps the answer can be found in the 143.8 tons of gold held by the Libyan Central Bank. Granted it is nowhere near close the 366 tons of gold that Venezuela supposedly has per the WGC, most of it likely held offshore and not being repatriated, the question of where the global gold cartel may find some of the much needed physical to satisfy Chavez' demands has been now answered. Of course we assume that said gold has not already departed Libya in direction Caracas over the past 6 months. Which, in retrospect, we probably should, as it would explain why gold is now at $1875 and rapidly rising.