Joseph comments in this series of vidblogs  about the following articles, various scenarios out there including the "White Dragon" scenario, and offers his own wild speculations:

Germany to Review Bundesbank Gold Reserves in Frankfurt, Paris, London and New York Fed

Lawsuit in India to get their Gold back from The Bank of England and the Bank for International Settlements

Indian central bank challenged in court to repatriate country's gold

Switzerland Wants Its Gold Back From The New York Fed


  1. Robert Barricklow

    Time-out again?

    The gorilla in the room. Well…, more precisely, the godzilla in the house is who says that the peoples of the world MUST accept a gold-based economy?
    Why not a labor-based one? Why not dozens of others that are possible. Why not choices of local & international models?
    And, while we’re at it, why not release those “free energies” that are currently being held exclusively by the elites in order to maintain their petro-based dinosaur economies? (Although oil is abiotic)

      1. Robert Barricklow

        I’am very interested in your “wild speculations” as they go deep into what’s behind the illusions being put forth by the “establishment”. There is certainly tell-tale signs of a split($). I’am afraid that not only are the bonds the tip of the sharks swimming beneath the surface but of the waters themselves becoming, shall we say radicalized with real, radiation/toxins. These are the signs of something wicked this way comes. Great mix of formats & subject matters.
        What I fear is that this eventually leads to a “gold solution”, which is what they want. Next to their privatized digital money monoply worldwide.

    1. Hi Robert,
      I agree that a labour based currency would be the best, creating competition in order to strive for excellence and stimulation of the human spirit to work hard out of their own volition, to create the best and most sought after products. I heard there used to be a law that if a coproration wanted to do business in a certain state, I think it was Illinois, but the corporation must work in the public interest or not against the public interest. That`s when Rockefeller Sr. moved his company to Delaware I think. I`ve heard strange things about Delaware too. But the globalists want to turn the world into the China model and the global clorporations are all a monopoly, thanks to the politicians we`ve allowed to make laws for our respective countries. That`s why I get frustrated when I`m talking with someone who tells me, “I`m not into politics”. I then get the visceral feeling I`m talking with a child. But if we ended all the free trade agreements, and governments paying corporations to move to China, and not trading with slave labour countries, your idea would be great.

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