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The Price of Gold: Does It Matter?

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Re: The Price of Gold: Does It Matter?

PostWed Mar 06, 2019 4:15 am

Elian Marat posted on February 27, 2019...

[BH Note: One of our clients, a keen observer of gold/silver developments,
noted that gold started down on the day that this news broke. He wondered
if the gold was going to be sold to depress gold’s price.]

According to reports by Syrian state news agency SANA, U.S. forces struck
a deal with ISIS whereby the terrorist group would give up 50 tons of gold
across eastern Syria’s Deir el-Zour province in exchange for safe passage.
The precious metal, worth about $2.13 billion, was plundered by the self-
designated “caliphate” as its reign of terror spread across Syria and Iraq
between 2015 and 2017. Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah reports that local
sources claim U.S. Army helicopters have already transferred the gold from
the U.S. forces’ base in Kobani, the Kurdish-controlled city that lies
close to Syria’s northern border with Syria. A portion of the gold was
also distributed to the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), which
dominates the U.S.-allied Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). The news comes
after SANA claimed that locals witnessed U.S. helicopters airlifting
large cases of gold amounting to about 40 tons from the al-Dashisha area
in Hasaka’s southern countryside earlier this month. The gold was purportedly
looted by ISIS from Mosul in Iraq and other parts of Syria.


The Syrian state media outlet claimed that ISIS leaders were on-hand to
guide the U.S. helicopters to the places where the gold was stashed,
“closing a deal by which Washington spared hundreds of the terror
organization’s field leaders and experts.” The claims by the Syrian
government outlet coincide with reports by U.K.-based war monitor, the
Syrian Observatory of Human Rights (SOHR), which alleged that the U.S.
and its Kurdish allies had been sparing ISIS fighters in hopes of acquiring
the group’s war spoils.
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The SOHR said:

“The U.S.-led coalition forces and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF)
deliberately do not target the areas under the control of the ISIL
terrorists and commanders in Eastern Euphrates in Deir el-Zour as
they are trying to locate this treasure by forcing the ISIL militants
to speak about its location after surrendering.” Syrian and Russian media
alike have long alleged that, contrary to Washington’s claims, it is
waging a war on the extremist group. U.S. forces are instead collaborating
with them in myriad ways. During the destruction of ISIS-controlled Raqqa
in Syria by the U.S.-led coalition, a secret deal was struck with the
group that granted members safe passage as it evacuated the area. The deal,
uncovered by the BBC, ensured the survival and freedom of many top ISIS
leaders and a number of foreign fighters. The U.S. still maintains its
base in al-Tanf at the Syrian-Jordanian border in contravention of
international law and against the wishes of the Syrian government on
the pretext of combating ISIS. Moscow has repeatedly accused the United
States of forming new armed groups from the remains of ISIS, where they
are allegedly given free rein and pop up “like a jack-in-the-box” to
ambush Syrian troops before fading back into the U.S.-controlled region.
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Re: The Price of Gold: Does It Matter?

PostWed Mar 06, 2019 4:51 am

Over 50 trillion in gold and oil was stolen in the invasion of Iraq. Remember,
Saddam had no weapons of mass destruction and was not involved in 9/11 (but
the Mossad-operative Jew Larry Silverstein was). But his country’s wealth was
looted nevertheless. Then it was on to Afghanistan to secure the poppy fields
and lithium mines by force after the Taliban destroyed all of the poppy. After
that, Uncle Sam went and killed Gaddafi in Libya to gain control of his 22 plus
tons of gold and the 30 trillion plus river pipeline that would have brought White
America back to life - and the diamonds, silver and other deposits. All around
the world there is war and genocide for gold, oil, pain-killing drugs, and other
natural resources and all of it goes back to the Rothschilds, Vatican, Royals
and Bankers - yet they claim Whites owe trillions in debt to the same families that
have robbed, raped and pillaged every Caucasian country on this planet. Its time
to eliminate the Jews - and redistribute everything they have of value - to
our own Caucasian kith and kin.
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Re: The Price of Gold: Does It Matter?

PostSun Mar 31, 2019 2:51 pm

Mike Maloney posted....

As the (Jew) Western media and political elites continue to be enraptured
with the latest "breaking news", deciding best on how to be outraged by
it and how to spin it to their advantage in favor of their"team", the
East continues to make long term, strategic plans. As I have reported
time and time again and as I will continue to report as long as the
trend continues on, Russia has once again moved heavily into precious
metals, acquiring an additional one million ounces, or 31.1 tons of
the yellow metal throughout the month of February 2019. This brings
the Russian gold reserves to 2,149 tons, which makes them the fifth
largest holder of gold bullion in the entire world and a position that
I doubt they will remain for long at this steady rate of accumulation.
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What is truly scary is how this news simply goes by without barely a mention.
Wall St and the majority of investors are blissfully ignorant to the
rapid and steady accumulation of one of the rarest commodities in the world.
A commodity that has served as a linchpin in the financial world for over
10,000 years, including to this present day, despite their claims that it
is a "barbarous relic".

Foolishly, in the age of fiat money, many have forgotten how vital of a
role gold and silver bullion have played throughout our monetary history.
Sadly, I believe this is a hard lesson that many are going to have to relearn
as economic and geopolitical turmoil once again begins to rear its ugly
head in the coming days. Fortunately, even though Wall St and the vast
majority of investors could care less about Russia's affinity to gold,
(Jew-controlled) Washington may finally be taking notice, after years of
being asleep at the wheel. Jim Rickards, one of the most prominent names
in the precious metals space had the following to say in a recent tweet;

"Yesterday was the 20th of the month and you know what that means. New
gold data from the Central Bank of Russia! They bought 31.1 tons in
February, bringing total to 2,149 tons. (The Jews in) Washington (are)
finally noticing; part of the reason I was there Wednesday. This is the
new Great Game." Russia has stated that they see precious metals as a
hedge against political risk and the history books confirm this statement.

The increased risks we are now seeing in the world is exactly why they are
accumulating gold bullion month after month, year after year, with seemingly
no end in sight. Proving just how serious they are, Russia is now buying
the majority of their domestic gold production for the foreseeable future.
With the FED once again capitulating to the market, you can expect that not
only will Russia continue to buy every ounce they can get their hands on,
but other countries not previously buying bullion will begin to accumulate
as well. The risk of endless fiat money flooding the system is once again
threatening our already fragile system and all it will take to ignite this
monetary bonfire is a spark, setting off blazing inflation the likes we
have never seen before. The smart money are already acting, accumulating
gold and silver bullion while prices remain artificially suppressed.

The sale is still on, but for how long? The clock is ticking, it is only
a matter of time.
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Re: The Price of Gold: Does It Matter?

PostSat Apr 06, 2019 2:33 pm

In August 2017, an explosion was spotted by scientists in a previously
obscure galaxy called NGC 4993. The observation of that cataclysmic
explosion has helped to explain the origin of gold on Earth. According
to scientists, the burst of gravitational waves with tiny ripples in the
fabric of space was an ultra-powerful collision between two neutron stars.
Those collisions are in fact the cosmic forge in which gold and other
precious metals are made, before being flung out into the universe.
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Re: The Price of Gold: Does It Matter?

PostWed Apr 10, 2019 2:26 pm

Chris Seymour, BSc Mining Engineering, Newcastle University (1968) comments:

Gold is a rare metal in the crust of the Earth because gold is a siderophile
element. When the Earth formed by accretion of dust and rocks in the early
solar nebula, the heat generation by gravitational in-falling and radioactive
elements caused the early Earth to become molten. In the molten state certain
elements like iron and nickel separated from the predominantly lighter silicate
minerals. Siderophile elements like gold, manganese, cobalt, platinum and
palladium preferentially settled with the iron core. This left the core of
the Earth enriched in gold and the crust relatively impoverished. The core
probably contain 2 to 4 parts per million of gold, while the crust is perhaps
1 to 2 parts per billion of gold.
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While the crust of the Earth is relatively poor overall in gold, many geologic
processes have worked to produce concentrations of gold. Thus the gold content
of the great Witwatersrand reefs averaged around 10 parts per million - a ten
thousand fold concentration from the crustal abundance. Even the lowest grade
mines worked today require at least 1 part per million - still a one thousand
fold increase. Current mined production of about 3,000 tons of gold per year
requires the mining and processing of about 500 million tons of gold ore. Many
mines are at their technical limits. For example the Mponeng mine in South
Africa is mining ore from a depth of 4 kilometers, where the rock temperature
is 66 degrees C. In my opinion current gold production is close to its peak,
and will start to decline in future years. Mining gold will never be similar
to mining coal (70 - 90% carbon), because carbon is a million times more
abundant in the crust of the Earth than gold. Gold is very rare, in the earth
and in the universe, especially compared to carbon and the hydrocarbon molecules
that were created by natural processes on Earth
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Re: The Price of Gold: Does It Matter?

PostThu Apr 18, 2019 11:17 pm

Jew Paper Gold Trading.....

Since Russia, China, India, Brazil & South Africa are all either large
producers or consumers of gold, or both, it is highly likely that the
BRICS bloc they constitute could focus its cross-border gold trading
network on trading physical gold, reports Bullionstar.com. Gold pricing
benchmarks from such a system would be based on physical gold transactions,
which is a departure from the way the (Jew) international gold price
is currently established, according to the article.
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Such a system would also be a threat to (the Jew-controlled) gold trading
markets in London and New York. OTC and COMEX trade derivatives on gold,
and are backed very little physical gold. Major BRICS gold producers,
mainly Russia and China, could change the way the international gold
prices are set currently.

https://www.bullionstar.com/blogs/ronan ... g-network/
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Re: The Price of Gold: Does It Matter?

PostSun May 05, 2019 9:45 pm

Published time: 4 May, 2019 10:21 Edited time: 4 May, 2019 12:07

The only gold ingot Estonia’s central bank has in storage is not pure enough for financial operations and is more suitable as a museum piece, the bank has revealed. The piece of gold weighs 11 kilograms and is valued at around €500,000, the head of the financial market division of the Bank of Estonia, Fabio Filipozzi, told Terevisioon, according to Estonian Public Broadcasting (ERR). The gold bar is 97 years old – three years younger than the bank, which celebrated its 100th anniversary on Friday. The rest of the country’s gold reserves amount to 256 kilograms, but it is stored in foreign banks, and in the Jew-S in particular. The tradition stems from the first half of the last century, before World War II began, when the country decided to transfer the precious metal to keep it safe. Tallinn sold most of its gold reserves in the 1990s and invested money in other liquid assets, such as bonds and equities, according to the bank official. Estonia’s gold reserves are the second lowest among European countries, behind Albania by 1.35 tons, according to Trading Economics website data.
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Re: The Price of Gold: Does It Matter?

PostSun May 05, 2019 11:21 pm

Wade Hampton III wrote: Tallinn sold most of its gold reserves in the 1990s and invested money in other liquid assets, such as bonds and equities, according to the bank official.

It seems that the Estonians have more faith in tangible and productive assets and the ability of governments to squeeze the productive efforts of their peoples than in gold. As for me, I believe in the talents, character, energy, industriousness, and other qualities of our people than in metals (sometimes represented as paper claims of the metal) which Jews manipulate.

Didn't some fellow named Schacht successfully develop a currency based on his people and their qualities in recent centuries?
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Re: The Price of Gold: Does It Matter?

PostMon May 06, 2019 1:42 am

Jim Mathias wrote:Didn't some fellow named Schacht successfully develop a currency based on his people and their qualities in recent centuries?


You may be referencing these two items:

viewtopic.php?f=59&t=3632&p=12672&hilit=the+money+myth+exploded#p12672

http://www.michaeljournal.org/myth.htm
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Re: The Price of Gold: Does It Matter?

PostMon May 06, 2019 1:30 pm

J. Rickards posted today...

“Gold Is the Perfect Piggy Bank”

We normally don’t include central bank blogs in our weekly media links.
They tend to be boring and technical (just like central banks). It’s
from the website of De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB), the central bank of
the Netherlands. DNB owns 600 tons of pure gold bullion. About 31% of
this gold is stored in Amsterdam, with the rest in vaults located in
New York, Canada and the U.K. Recently, DNB has been taking steps to
move more of the gold back to Amsterdam. Central banks don’t usually
have a kind world for gold, but DNB is different. They say that “gold
always retains its value, crisis or no crisis.” They also say, “Gold
is the perfect piggy bank — it’s the anchor of trust for the financial
system,” and “Gold… creates a sense of security.” Of course, I agree
with all of those statements (and similar statements you’ll find in
the article). Interestingly, Mario Draghi, head of the European
Central Bank, made similar statements a few years ago with reference
to his time as head of the Italian central bank. He proudly explained
that he never sold an ounce of gold while he ran the Bank of Italy. Of
course, we know that the central banks of Russia and China are buying
all the gold they can lay hands on. Maybe central bankers are not quite
as critical of gold as we have come to believe. Maybe the only anti-gold
central bankers are found right here in the U.S. — at the Federal Reserve.
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