The old Chinese adage has it, may you live in interesting times. Certainly a corollary to that would be: May you see central bank Anglo-American financial-military-industrial-intelligence-covert ops-underground drug-running oligrachies exposed, and in this respect the Germans have certainly been one of the principles in this opera that is somewhere between Die Zauberfloete and Goetterdaemmerung.  But in this Wolfgang Amadeus Wagner libretto, the chorus line is equally interesting, because the list of countries who suspect something is mightily amiss with their gold reserves is growing. First, Venezuela, and following its entry strage left, we had Ecuador, Peru, Brazil and now Ireland seems to be ignoring the political blarny and wanting an accounting:

Does Bank Of England Hold €235 Million Of Irish Gold Reserves?

You'll note that Zero Hedge here is concentrating on the main point, but somewhat understating it: the main point is that people aren't losing faith in central banks (even though they are), the real point is, some central banks are losing faith in other central banks, namely, the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street and the abyssally corrupt, crooked, and probably grotesquely fraudulent Federal Reserve. There's more:

"Ireland's finance minister, Michael Noonan, has also been asked about the country's gold vaulted at the Bank of England, such as whether the gold is held in allocated form with a bar list available and whether the gold is leased out into international markets. Answers are as of yet not forthcoming."(Emphasis added)

With that, we have the real story, though again, the main point seems to be missing here.

The main point folks, in my opinion, is that the whole bearer bonds scandal is ultimately what lies behind these moves to audit and/or repatriate gold. Why? Because you'll recall, the main argument I made in Covert Wars and Breakaway Civilizations is that in spite of official pronouncements that the bearer bonds of the Bearer Bonds Scandals are fraudulent and counterfeit, so what? One doesn't counterfeit what at some level does not exist. And you'll also recall that said bearer bonds were all issued not by the US Treasury but by the Federal Reserve, and issued against gold, and that so much was issued against this gold that it would appear that the bullion itself was rehypothecated many times over... creating a vast, leveraged system.

So "answers are not yet forthcoming" because any audit would at least partially expose this re-hypothecation, and those behind it. Let us be clear: what is being exposed, in my opinion - and in this let us also acknowledge that I am indulging in high octane speculation and that I am standing almost completely alone in this interpretation - is a vast hidden system of finance created at the end of World War Two largely by American intelligence with the complicity of European nations' intelligence, militaries, and elements of their financial communities... it is this structure that is being challenged and exposed, and here's the bad news folks: it's an attempt to isolate the dollar... whose backing now hangs on re-hypothecated gold and a vast military and intelligence network... think Venice folks, because what we're witnessing may be the beginning of a financial "War of the League of Cambrai..."

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Frankie Calcutta on January 19, 2013 at 4:14 pm

    Shouldn’t the Irish be asking Darby O’Gill and the little people where their gold is first before they start jumping on this anti-bankster bandwagon?

    I think the way out for these banksters is to have Hillary Clinton announce that all gold held by the NY Fed will be deemed tribute for services rendered by the United States in protecting those bereft countries from communism and terrorism these last seventy years. Furthermore, in the future tribute will be required from all countries protected by a US military installation, by all countries with an inadequate navy, and by all countries harboring terrorists. This tribute will be paid in gold, silver and other precious metals, gems, labor, spices, narcotics, mercenaries, energy products and other raw materials, certain consumer goods, and anything deemed of value by the US Department of State. This tribute can not be paid in federal reserve notes.

    • Frankie Calcutta on January 19, 2013 at 4:17 pm

      Of course, whether a country accepts this agreement or not, they will still automatically come under the “protection” of the US drone umbrella.

  2. Tor on January 19, 2013 at 4:13 pm

    Speaking of the Old Lady of Thread Needle Street, there is the strange appointment to England’s Central Bank, of Canadian citizen, Mark Carney, head of Canada’s Central Bank. And now this…–business.html

    Interesting, considering the British Queen’s recent green light…”Go ahead and make all the genetically modified monsters you want.” A new species of Maple? Or a New World Tree Man? Nobody really knows what it is, but one thing seems as certain as 2+2=4. Old Ladies + Needle Streets = Something really dark and evil. I hate to be all Tangy Tangerine, but the more I look at this mess, the more I start to think that stocking up on that would probably be just one more way that they cause roots to sprout out of your rear end. 🙂

    • Tor on January 19, 2013 at 4:33 pm

      Last night I had a dream that I went to the Needle Street Clinic to get my free flu shot for surrendering my guns. Just as the Queen was about to hand me my free Wal-Mart gift certificate, I gave her a paint ball gun. The queen became enraged and shouted “Off with his head.” Then she uttered an incantation and turned me into Tree Beard. The Wizard of Red Shield then stepped in and measured my foot print. “No trace of Carbon” he proclaimed. “This man is in the green!” Then we flew off to the Bohemian Grove and had a great time running around the woods naked, and buggering male porn stars.

      • incognito on January 19, 2013 at 6:05 pm


        The scumbags are actually offering a $2,000 tax credit if you turn in your gun. Heck of a deal for the “elites”; fiat toilet paper “money” they print out of thin air in exchange for their enemies’ guns. Gotta love’m.

      • Tor on January 20, 2013 at 6:02 pm

        Did I get kicked off for that one? My comments are getting deleted? It’s not really that bad.

        • Tor on January 20, 2013 at 6:04 pm

          I guess I’m still here. Sorry…Was just horsing around.

  3. DownunderET on January 19, 2013 at 2:07 pm

    Today in the Sunday paper here in Australia is the following article.

    “Beneath the Bank of England 400,000 gold bars are stacked. It is the second largest collection in the world, beaten only fractionally by the Federal Reserve vault in New York. Each bar is individually numbered and moulded to within a certain weight, ranging between

    10.9 and 13.4 kilograms. Based on current prices, one is worth an average $420,000.

    But interestingly, only 310 tonnes of the stockpile actually belongs to Britain. Most is owned by a host of other governments, including Australia, as well as by individuals.

    The Reserve Bank of Australia confirmed to Fairfax Media a previously unknown fact – that 99.9 per cent of its entire gold reserves are held in the Bank of England’s vault.

    For the record, Australia presently owns 80 tonnes – approximately one-third of the total figure before 1997, when the Howard government sold 167 tonnes at an average $350 an ounce – less than a quarter of its present market value. Gold is now trading at $1604 an ounce.

    The remaining 0.1 per cent of Australia’s reserve, approximately 80 kilograms, is held at the Reserve Bank’s head office in Martin Place, Sydney”.

    Read more:

    Well I dont think Australia is going to be asking for it’s gold back anytime soon, but it just tells you that the BOE and the FED are up to their ears in this schmozzel.

    • incognito on January 19, 2013 at 4:23 pm

      All it tells me is that Australia is not sovereign (part of the empire…oops, “commonwealth”) but I already knew that. The more interesting fact is the continuos message being imparted by media worldwide (in the US they had a series called Gold Rush which broadcast a video of that underground vault filled with (tungsten coated) gold. They held up a bar to the camara and it turns out that the serial number belonged to a rehypothecated bar. Too funny. Zerohedge covered that incident.

  4. Robert Barricklow on January 19, 2013 at 11:01 am

    Max Keiser said that Ireland would soon bejumping on the Germany Band Wagon/Where’s My Gold?
    Stacie then said you know the modus operandi of these parasitic banksters when the jig is up?


    That’s what its good for – Central Banksters.
    make more PROFIT$, plus more CONTROL


  5. terminally skeptical on January 19, 2013 at 9:11 am

    Forgive the off topic: Your tax dollars at work.

    • jedi on January 19, 2013 at 10:50 am

      they would rather rule in hell, than live in heaven.

      this guy names his show after the group that partook in the genocide of 1.5 or so million Armenians during the first world banking war.

      speaking of seizing guns…yup, before the genocide they siezed weapons…

      • terminally skeptical on January 19, 2013 at 3:04 pm

        Jedi I never made the connection that Cenk’s show shares the name with those murderers.

        BTW, I though his interview with A,J, was worthwhile in the wake of A.J.’s recent brouhaha with Piers.

        • jedi on January 20, 2013 at 7:01 am

          now you know. what team he is on….Christian Armenian genocide…..

    • Robert Barricklow on January 19, 2013 at 11:15 am

      I’ve got them all beat.
      Wrong word.

      • terminally skeptical on January 19, 2013 at 2:59 pm

        RB, going with the literalism just the same, that’s impossible. You are too prolific at the keyboard for me to believe your entries are one-handed contributions.

        • Robert Barricklow on January 19, 2013 at 4:12 pm

          I remember a “friend” in the service; or, using his “lingo”, a peckneck friend.
          Who would have replied something like this:

          terminally skeptical,

          it’s like a sore pecker,
          it just can’t be beat”.

          • Robert Barricklow on January 19, 2013 at 4:15 pm

            a pecknerneck…

            it’s the pecking at the keyboard, again …

          • jedi on January 20, 2013 at 6:56 am

            noah…or no ah ah ah ahhhhhh, honey im pregnant.

            Irelands gold is where its always been, at the end of the rainbow.

  6. DBSchuster on January 19, 2013 at 7:53 am

    While I think that your central thesis is spot on, Dr. Farrell, Ireland may not be the best example. As a sovereign political entity, Ireland no longer exists. The country has been bought and paid for by the banksters, to the tune of a debt greater than 1200% of GDP.

    So Ireland doesn’t possess any gold and this posturing, I would argue, is merely part of someone’s plan to stir up international markets. Perhaps it is the further breakdown of the post-war detente that you have been talking about. Some factions (Germany) are upset with Geithner for using the Exchange Stabilization Fund to suppress the price of gold.

  7. incognito on January 19, 2013 at 6:57 am

    I agree with the general conclusion reached re the anglosphere’s self-serving and corrupt to the bone arrangement being questioned. But so what? These a-holes are never going to just lay down and take it. They have 5th generation nukes, all the Tesla tech in the world, trillions of still valid dollars, the vast military industrial/intelligence complex, and a history of going out of their way to plan mass murder (911) and vast genocide (WWI and II, Viet Nam, etc etc). I will bet you anything that they will not go quietly into that good night. They would rather watch it all burn and stay on top than lose their spot at the top. Pandemic, false flag nukes etc etc…whatever it takes.

  8. jedi on January 19, 2013 at 6:52 am

    you’re not alone in that assessment Doc.

    I believe the cruise ship running aground on the Machichi or whatever the banking pope leo x and his brothers island was a shot over the venice crowds bow….interesting they were the ones that got rid of the templars if my memories of tall tales is correct. Interesting the cruise ships 13 levels were dedicated to different countries in the ancient empire.

    more sorcery of course….interesting times is a bit of a understatement.

    • incognito on January 19, 2013 at 7:06 am

      My understanding is that the Templars melded into freemasonry, took to the seas and became “the pirates” (skull and crossed bones), etc and then later were behind the Jesuits. The Jesuits, after being suppressed by papal bull(sh*t), came back and used Napoleon to take the pope hostage and take over the Vatican. So how can the group who suppressed the Templars still have some power?

      • jedi on January 19, 2013 at 7:20 am

        the bavarian illumunati infiltrated and subverted all the ancient pyramid based secret societies and eliminated the royals which were all controlled at one time top down by the guy they called god, the ceo or god father ptah, peter, pastor all means father….if one secret group steped out of line, they would send in another secret group to attack and weaken them, until they came back in line and obeyed orders….they also would collaborate and orchestrate wars on false flag pretenses to get rid of air wasters….war being a profitable racket.

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