Yesterday I shared the Zero Hedge discovery of an important document in the US State Department detailing a discussion between then Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and several advisors. You will recall that Secretary Kissinger was disturbed that Europe should be making moves to move to a unilateral gold standard, and therefore away from the US dollar as the reserve currency.  Now, within the wider context of the Vatican audit, I also predicted that there will be international calls for an audit of the US Federal Reserve, which, of course, will never be acceded to, but the calls, and the refusal, will be sufficient to drive confidence in the wobbly Anglo-American financial-ponzi system and its high speed trading-driven stack market casinos into further disarray. There is another component to retain in this context as you ponder the article below, and that is the recent Chinese announcement that they will no longer stockpile US dollars as a foreign currency reserve. This comes at a time of renewed Sino-Japanese tensions over the Senkaku islands, which I have suggested might be about more than nature resources, but rather, a convenient place for placing such high-speed trading systems. Whether that last scenario is true or not remains to be seen, but now there is this news:

China is fully aware of gold price suppression and planning to overthrow it

Now I want to draw your attention to a significant statement:

"Back in October gold researcher Koos Jansen and Jan Skoyles of The Real Asset Co. in London called attention to commentary by Zhang Jie, deputy editor of the Chinese publication Global Finance and a consultant to the China Gold Association, which cited the Federal Reserve's manipulation of the gold market to protect the U.S. dollar's standing as the world reserve currency.

"Jansen has obtained a much better English translation of this Chinese commentary, and it includes this observation about gold leasing by Western central banks: 'Through continuous gold leasing the gold in the market can be circulated and produce derivatives, creating more and more paper gold. This is very significant for the United States. Gold leasing is a major tool for the Federal Reserve and other central banks in the West to secretly control and regulate the gold market, creating gold credit derivatives and global credit conflict.'" (Emphasis added)

Now, please note what has happened: an "official" for a world power, and Asia's largest economy, has confirmed the model that I have been suggesting over and over: namely, that one component of maintaining US dollar hegemony and sustaining the voracious appetite for the military black budget and covert operations slush funds has been the re-hypothecation of gold over and over again.

For this reason, the Fed has, I suspect, been refusing to return major bullion reserve holdings of other nations. It can afford to return a few tons to small holders, but returning over three thousand tons of the stuff to Germany is out of the question. It most likely was sold off to suppress gold prices, or re-hypothecated so many times that to honor any pledge to return it would be to provoke a "run" on other countries' reserves, which cannot be allowed to happen, for the reserves are not there...

Which leaves only one thing backing the dollar: brute force. And let's face it folks, brute force isn't a very good way to back any currency, for if military fortunes are reversed, then one can only take the course of converting one's internationally worthless Reichsmarks into other more stable currencies or, bullion and other commodities...

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. RAJM on December 10, 2013 at 9:24 pm

    Brute force may well be the last asset the US has and lets not devalue it. When the chips are down, who has the bigger G.U.N.S historically has won the day.

    • Sagnacity on December 10, 2013 at 9:57 pm

      And who controls the tech to turn the guns into useless powder, and is that control a monopoly?

      Seems me that guns have been replaced by disturbances in the projections from the substrate of matter–you can work out what that means.

      • RAJM on December 11, 2013 at 12:42 pm

        its an acronym. you can work that one out too.

  2. Sagnacity on December 10, 2013 at 5:59 am


    I assume that by “deleted responses” you mean here that you wrote other points that you then didn’t post in these comments.

    As for “careful”, one can get killed crossing the street. Then the “careful” many advocate is simply an excuse for constrained thinking–like that’s how it’s told in whatever book or bombs destroyed the WTC.

  3. marcos toledo on December 9, 2013 at 7:09 pm

    Just a question if we are going to refer to China by the term Sino shouldn’t we refer to Japan by the term Nippon. Sino-Nippon relations as for gold lust that has been a Western obsession for millennia going back to the Hellenistic age or further back to Mycenaean times.

  4. Dave60 on December 9, 2013 at 6:57 pm

    from Discourses on The First Decade of Titus Livius – Nicolo Machiavelli
    Chapter II page 92:

    “I maintain, therefore, that it is not gold, as is vulgarly supposed, that is the
    sinews of war, but good soldiers; or while gold by itself will not gain you
    good soldiers, good soldiers may readily get you gold.”

    Something to think about…….


  5. henry on December 9, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    I’m not surprised to hear this, given the book ‘Currency War’ was the best seller in China years ago,
    which “is reportedly being read by many senior level government and business leaders in China.”

    According to the book, “the western countries in general and the US in particular are controlled by a clique of international bankers, which use currency manipulation (hence the title) to gain wealth by first loaning money in USD to developing nations and then shorting their currency. The Japanese Lost decade, the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis, the Latin American financial crisis and others are attributed to this cause. It also claims that the Rothschild Family has the wealth of 5 trillion dollars whereas Bill Gates only has 40 billion dollars.

    Song also is of the opinion that the famous U.S. central bank, the Federal Reserve, is not a department of state functions, but several private banks operated by the private sector, and that these private banks are loyal to the ubiquitous Rothschild family.

    On June 4, 1963, President Kennedy signed an executive order, which, as an amendment to Executive Order 10289, delegated the authority to issue silver certificates (notes convertible to silver on demand) to the Secretary of the Treasury. Song says the direct consequence was that the Federal Reserve lost its monopoly to control money.

    The book looks back at history and argues that fiat currency itself is a conspiracy; it sees in the abolition of representative currency and the installment of fiat currency a struggle between the “banking clique” and the governments of the western nations, ending in the victory of the former. It advises the Chinese government to keep a vigilant eye on China’s currency and instate a representative currency. The book, published in 2007, also correctly described and warned[citation needed] of the various forms of derivative speculation used by Wall Street which eventually became the causes of massive margin call sell offs and stock market crash in late 2008.”

    • Sagnacity on December 9, 2013 at 6:08 pm


      but of course as China opened up, don’t you think that western bankers said: “We’ll trade in your currency, but you have to support much of what we do, including keeping the Yuan low against the dollar/euro/pound”?

      Then, the Japanese economy was far from classed as developing in the 1990s.

      • henry on December 9, 2013 at 7:10 pm

        Lamestream media always say “Chinese Yuan is artificially kept low”, and your average American politicians like Mitt Romney have always made the claim that “China is a currency manipulator”.

        But as “Currency War” points out, “that fiat currency itself is a conspiracy”, i incline to think the more American medias and politicians accusing the country as ‘currency manipulator’, the more a sign the Yuan is actually not under foreign control, in other words, ‘we don’t play by your rules.’

        “Another bestselling book within this genre is ‘Unhappy China'”.
        In ‘Unhappy China”,the authors proposed a ‘solution’ to end ‘U.S. hegemony’.
        It describes the U.S. as a heavy weight boxer performing in an arena in which the rules are set by the West (particularly the U.S.), the authors argue in order to end the heavy boxer the dominance and the unfair rules they set for the arena, what China should do is it needs to play by their rules first to gain ‘entry point’ to the system as it would ‘get inside the beast’s belly’, then attempt to make new rules for the arena after it knocks out the heavy boxer.”

        The only problem is, ‘the heavy boxer’, or the U.S. dollar isn’t ‘American currency’ and the U.S. nation isn’t ‘American Republic’ per se thesedays.

        • Sagnacity on December 10, 2013 at 6:18 am


          Um, the point would be that it is to western bankers advantage that the yuan is cheap So that’s not what the western media is reporting.

          • henry on December 10, 2013 at 4:00 pm

            To their advantage? then what and why are their slave medias crying about ‘currency manipulator’? Are you saying either Mitt Romney or Western media aren’t controlled by these banksters.

            There probably are several reasons for the Western elites to cry about the Yuan being ‘cheap’, for one, the Yuan is probably obviusly yet secretly putting ‘gold-weight’ to itself so it can threaten their monopoly on the global financial structure, how is directly challenging their main financial strangle on the world, aka the petrol dollor any ‘advantageous’ to these oil barons.

            There are other things happening right now with regard to China you probably missed from your average lamestream media.
            Such as
            -the ‘revitalizing’ of ITER project this year,
            -the joint Russian and Chinese ‘floating nuclear power stations’
            -the Chinese moon rover will be touching down on the surface of the moon in few days, looking for Helium-3 among other things.
            -Chinese investment into nuclear power plants in the U.K.
            -RT’s ‘hyping’ of nuclear fusion as a possible future to world’s energy requirement.
            -Chinese attempt to curb foreign automakers access to the country’s market if they do not hand over EV tech.
            -the country is experimenting new generation of public transport system which isn’t oil dependent.
            -Germany and China signed series of deals in recent two years to cooperate in future EV production, against the backdrop of Germany’s absence from participating NATO invasion in Libya.
            Another reason for the oil barons of the West to worry about ‘cheap’ Yuan?

          • Sagnacity on December 10, 2013 at 5:06 pm

            Electric vehicles are sort of a joke, temporary.

  6. Sagnacity on December 9, 2013 at 4:47 pm


    The gold can’t be “returned” to Germany because then it really would be near worthless. Get it? Its non-return is what props up the fake value. I’m surprised that point isn’t clear to many here. And no, gold has no particular “value”.

    Gold does not appear to be hard to make, you can try yourself.

    That we (all of humanity) are locked into a limitation only imposed by made up rules like the second law of thermodynamics and/or the universal stability of the periodic table is pretty clear; you’re not the first to make that point.

    By the way from a different approach: those repeating the cold fusion experiments have be doing alchemy for the last 25 years. And it’s very very clear that related tech is what turned the World Trade Towers to powder.

    Lastly you clearly haven’t read many of JPF’s books. While I have. And the reason I know you haven’t is the extensive alchemy cited in those books.

    • Frankie Calcutta on December 9, 2013 at 6:24 pm


      I’m waiting for Dr. Farrell’s books to come out in large print. I wasn’t paying attention to the first law of thermodynamics and I burned my corneas with a blowtorch trying to whip up a batch of white powder gold for my office Christmas party a few years back.

      I’ve tried to make my own gold numerous times and it is more difficult than you think… and damage from alchemical explosions aren’t covered by homeowners insurance. I found that out the hard way. I’ve opted to try and build myself a weather machine and use it as cover to steal the 170,000 tons of gold in the Bank of Hawaii instead. I figure a category 4 typhoon should do it. I’m stealing a page from the Hurricane Sandy playbook.

      After studying the schematics I bought from a Nigerian businessman, making a weather machine should be easier than making gold. Let me know if you are interested. I may need more partners. Benjamin Fulford has already promised me the bulk of his trust fund– minus the money needed for his Hotel room and liquor bill and his daily oobly boobly massage. Pope Francis says he will scrape together what little funds are left in the Vatican bank plus whatever money he can make selling left over exocet missiles to the Iranian navy. He says he will probably have to sell a few Vatican paintings as well. He knows full well it takes money to make money. Karen Hudes is definitely in. She lost her nest egg looking for Yamamoto’s gold and wants another crack at getting rich again so she doesn’t have to spend the rest of her life just moaning about what all the super rich people are doing. But my big backer is Shanghai based Republican Obamma supporter and billionaire casino magnet Mr. Ken Adelman. He says for 170,000 tons of gold, he would blow up the entire planet. I told him about Dr. Farrell’s theory about the planet busting Giza space modulator and Adelman was very intrigued. He thinks there are all kinds of money making possibilities if we were to get that monster machine working again. Maybe a future project with the bank of Hawaii seed money?

      • Sagnacity on December 10, 2013 at 5:11 pm


        As for weather control, I suggest you start by reading Reich, next to nothing to buy. (But you’re clearly not interested in pursuing actual alternative tech, or approaches to alchemy.)

        • Frankie Calcutta on December 10, 2013 at 5:38 pm


          Through alchemy, I’ve gone beyond alternative technology. I once steered a tornado away from my mobile home just using my yogic powers.

          • Sagnacity on December 10, 2013 at 6:52 pm


            Changing the wind with you eyes/mind isn’t real difficult to do. (Albeit a tornado would be impressive if you weren’t being sarcastic.) I suggest you read Constable if you want to start to learn how you can alter the wind. I’m sure there are other sources.

            Instead wasting time being sarcastic, why don’t you try to learn something about alchemy–or even the many years old tech of electric cars. Both subjects are a lot more interesting than made up stories about gold or bombs destroying the WTC.

          • Frankie Calcutta on December 11, 2013 at 12:46 pm


            The thought of you being an alchemist is laughable and must be a source of great frustration for you. I’ll let you in on a little secret: the alchemy that you yearn for– turning base metals into gold, can only be achieved by a man of pure spirit– one who has achieved spiritual alchemy first. This would certainly exclude you– a vampire who patrols websites like Giza, not for intelligent discourse, but to find psychically vulnerable victims to suck energy from by constantly baiting them into arguments. Beyond that monstrous character flaw is the fact that you defend the porn industry and use any lies necessary to cover up wicked Israel’s culpability in the WTC attacks. That is hardly the actions of a spiritual man, but that of a miscreant.

            I do understand the inadequacies in your life that would make you crave gold and I am well aware of the cultural influences of your ethnicity which push this abnormal lust for material things, So I am not without sympathy. I would only suggest you forsake all that and pursue spiritual alchemy instead. Your lust for glittery things, to give yourself power and prestige, is an empty quest that will get you nowhere.

            I hope this helps. May God be with you in your search to find your real self.

          • jedi on December 11, 2013 at 3:26 pm

            FC a ancient strategy if they cant lose with honor, let them win.

            Every time they win, they actually lose.

  7. Sagnacity on December 9, 2013 at 2:21 pm


    Right, I know you’ve written about alchemy, and that’s one of the reasons I’m perplexed by the assertion that the US Federal reserve can’t return gold to Germany if it wants to (that it may not want to for reasons of speculation is clear). Then ZeroHedge, JPF, etc miss the point that the return of gold to Germany in mass quantities would vastly decease the price of gold.


    Obviously that mass transfer of gold would say that it’s easy enough to come by– which it is, so of course such a documented transfer of tens of tons of gold would drop the price massively, think 90 percent. And the alchemical method by all appearances isn’t real hard.

    Those base locations have other reasons than what you’d think of as force–that’s why the US tries for some many bases.

  8. Robert Barricklow on December 9, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    Again Lendman & McMurtry talk about the issues discussed & written about at this site:
    John McMurtry

    • Robert Barricklow on December 9, 2013 at 12:58 pm

      “Our Shows” …click on
      then scroll down to “Progressive News Hour”

  9. basta on December 9, 2013 at 10:27 am

    The citation from China say it all, really. But I think your speculation about China’s true motivations for claiming these islands right now and stoking tensions with the west is totally off. I think your answer is right here, rather than any eventual high-tech NSA listening post on barren rocks.

    These islands are after all just barren rocks. China is using them in the exactly the same way as Germany used the “revelation” that Merkel’s portable phone was being wiretapped–as a wedge to put distance between itself and the Anglo-American cabal. Both countries are more than fed up and are now manufacturing pretexts to decouple as quickly as possible from these criminals without being perceived to be actively doing so.

  10. Robert Barricklow on December 9, 2013 at 10:02 am

    Gold/Guns Oil Drugs

    The hidden technologies
    of which energy plays a key role.

    The hidden Yamashita Gold, and also the Drugs acting like a hidden gold.

    A hidden government’s sleight of hand.

    All working against the peoples’ interest,
    and that of the planet herself.

  11. Sagnacity on December 9, 2013 at 8:12 am

    And you’ve missed two points about the Federal Reserve possibly returning German gold: First alchemy on an industrial scale make that return pretty easy, and you in fact know that such a thing is very likely readily possible. Second, and much much more important, as soon as the Federal Reserve returns tons of gold anywhere, the price of gold will drop through the floor, this is really obvious.

    So no in fact, rehypothocated gold and the threat of force aren’t big factors in what the supports the US dollar; it’s energy, but not oil; oil, natural gas, and coal are indeed energy but mis-direction, and you know this. Now of course a better understanding of energy makes for more powerful weapons and that certainly implies a different kind of threat of force.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on December 9, 2013 at 8:14 am

      No Sag I haven’t missed it…in fact, I’ve spoken and written about it many times.

    • DaphneO on December 9, 2013 at 12:43 pm

      I would ask why the US uses so much brute force around the world if it is not to powerfully prove a point.

      Also, why should returning Germany’s gold cause the price of gold to drop? It’s already at parity or below mining costs, and very few people apparently understand the alchemical method.

      • Sagnacity on December 9, 2013 at 2:34 pm

        both see above.

    • Frankie Calcutta on December 9, 2013 at 3:26 pm


      1) The reason the banksters do not return the gold to the Germans is because that is their nature. Whether they have the gold or don’t have the gold is immaterial. They are hardwired not to return anything of value that they may have in their possession, especially that glittery metal. Occasionally threats of extreme force may trigger them to give up what is precious, but even this is debatable. I think their greed and gold lust even trumps their immediate physical survival instincts– hence their glaring achilles heel which does them in time and time again. Unlike Earth humans who are for the most part genetically motivated by cooperation and goodwill for their species’ evolution, the alien banksters have an entirely different genetic evolutionary scheme which is designed to take advantage of these kind of “naive rubes” and possibly even designed specifically to accumulate gold.. all for the long term interest of the bankster hive of course. I would wage the Germans will never get their gold unless they have the banksters completely declawed and cornered and with the entire German military arsenal ready to obliterate them.

      2) Do you really think the programmers of our universe would allow the chief prop of our universe, gold, to be so easily manufactured? Um, this would’t make any sense. It would destroy game play. If everyone could sit in their laboratories and make gold so easily, the game would stagnate. There would be no need for exploration, conquest, murder, etc. The gamers would quickly get bored and probably start watching porn instead. No, in order to even come close to a point in game play where you or your species can manufacture gold alchemically, great feats and tribulations must be endured: one must become a god first, fall numerous times, climb back up, rule divinely. One must also know the four corners of the universe, the knowledge of its workings, and the ability to build new universes and become a gamer oneself. Knuckle draggers such as ourselves are nowhere even close to this. Even if we conquered all the galaxies in our quadrant and could make our own stars, that would still make us primitive. We wouldn’t even be close to be deserving of the knowledge of mass producing gold. And lets just say on some fluke you have figured the process of alchemical gold out in your little basement laboratory, this would only invite some rival gamer to destroy our planet gleefully in some grisly fashion before the cat gets out of the bag. You and your little experiments could very well be the death of us all so be careful. May I suggest a different venture to keep you occupied and possibly make you rich:

      cuddle therapy:

      3) Lastly, you really should read some of Dr. Farrell’s books. They are excellent.

      • Sagnacity on December 9, 2013 at 4:52 pm


        See above.

        • Frankie Calcutta on December 9, 2013 at 5:29 pm


          As above so below.

          See below.

        • jedi on December 9, 2013 at 5:48 pm

          Sag, Frankies right about you being right.

          dont be surprised if some holograms start visiting you.

          • Sagnacity on December 9, 2013 at 5:54 pm


            I’m not sure holograms is the term I’d use, but the strings pulling the puppets casting the shadow in the cave are being pulled by some consciousness from a real place.

            It’s always simpler to affix the reason for failure outside oneself, in this case visitors–there are other terms.

          • jedi on December 9, 2013 at 6:33 pm

            ……I would just be careful as Frankie suggested…

            Ive deleted multiple responses on this subject…

          • Sagnacity on December 10, 2013 at 6:24 am


            See above.

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