Mr. T.M. shared this article, and when reading it, one will, I think, see why I regard it as a significant commentary, requiring our customary reading-between-the-lines and high octane speculation. Again, the article is based on insights of researcher F. William Engdahl, whose article on abiotic oil and geopolitics we cited in yesterday's blog:

Away From Dollar: Russia, China to Create Entirely Different Gold Market

"The COMEX gold futures market in New York and the Over-the-Counter (OTC) trades cleared through the London Bullion Market Association do set prices which are followed most widely in the world. They are also markets dominated by a handful of huge players, the six London Bullion Market Association gold clearing banks — the corrupt JP MorganChase bank; the scandal-ridden UBS bank of Zurich; The Bank of Nova Scotia — ScotiaMocatta, the world's oldest bullion bank which began as banker to the British East India Company, the group that ran the China Opium Wars; the scandal-ridden Deutsche Bank; the scandal-ridden Barclays Bank of London; HSBC of London, the house bank of the Mexican drug cartels; and the scandal and fraud-ridden Societe Generale of Paris," Engdahl narrated.

Furthermore, Western banks are issuing numerous paper "gold-futures" and other speculative contracts which are in fact disconnected from real physical gold.

In a word, operations with the precious metal in London and New York are in questionable hands, the economic researcher noted.

Note that what is being implied is that the paper gold and COMEX manipulation has been for the express purpose of propping up the dollar, and that as a consequence of this activity, economic-currency warfare has been the order of the day for some time, introducing in its turn a measure of unreality to the world's financial system, and with it, not only instability, but an inability for markets to accurately guage price and performance. Once one admits this possibility, then one also admits that the entire system, far from promoting genuine economic growth and productivity, has done the exact opposite: creating paper empires, and a system of finance capitalism devoid increasingly of any connection to real growth in infrastructure or manufacture. The modern American "service" economy and over-priced "education" system has been the result, with expensive degrees leading only to indebtedness to acquire the license to "practice" a job or profession in a dwindling labor market. The Chinese approach is to stimulate real growth, and real production, and hence, real jobs.

But to do this, one needs a stable system of currency and media of exchange.

Mr. Engdahl then hones in on a highly important, and suggestive point, one that charges our high octane speculation of the day:

And Russia is actively cooperating with China in this field, he underscored, adding that just before the creation of China's new gold fund the countries inked a deal to explore the gold reserves in Russia's Magadan region.

Over the past several years Russia has been rapidly replenishing its vaults with golden bullions. In accordance with official data, Russian physical gold reserves currently amounted to 1250.9 tons in June 2015.

Today Russia is considered the world's third largest gold producer with 245 metric tons produced in 2014, while China produces over 450 tons a year.

"South Africa, also a member of the BRICS along with China and Russia, stands to add to the new energy surrounding a renaissance in gold as a support of solid, well-based currencies to replace the diluted and devalued dollar system," the researcher stressed.
(Emphasis added)

What is being suggested here - in my high octance speculative opinion - is something truly profound and insightful, namely, that one of the hidden reasons for the formation of the BRICSA bloc has been a deliberate and long range plan to entirely reorient the basic financial structure of the world to media of exchange that are backed by something other than raw brute (American) military force, and hence, the inclusion of three major gold producers - Russia, South Africa, and China - in the BRICSA bloc is a foregone conclusion.

This has its own "high octane" speculative implications, for in order for such a system to work, and work well, it requires a measure of transparency, or at least translucency, to what has hitherto been almost completely lacking, i.e., an actual open accounting of the avilable physical stocks of gold. (Bundesbank inventory list, anyone?) This in turn throws spotlight onto the existence of that hidden system of finance that I have written and spoken about so much, reliant as it is upon plundered Axis loot, and an endless system of rehypothecation.

Now couple that with the emergence of a kind of "anti-OPEC" or rather, an alternative BRICSA OPEC, and one can see the financial and geopolitical earthquakes that might be looming...

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. johnycomelately on November 8, 2015 at 1:06 am

    I wonder if all that ‘transmuted’ gold reverted back to its original state and now they’re just silver puddles in bank vaults?

    “Where’s the gold? Sir, it went down the drain…”

    • Lost on November 9, 2015 at 7:53 am

      And what if the gold had been made from copper, not mercury?

  2. Centauri on November 8, 2015 at 12:33 am

    What with the petty payback of the recent murder-russians-by-plane plot for Putin helping Syrian (cia) ISIS removal, protonmail getting hacked into oblivion, and the financial changes being loudly implemented as of late, I would say that the mask is going to come off soon. The masks that cover the U.S, Israel, Australia, England, Canada, and Italy will be removed to reveal Rothschild Zionists and the ancient groups that puppeteer even them, I bet!
    The outcome will most likely cause a commotion that people would never believe possible. Though not in any violent, destructive, or dystopian ways. Instead, the sequence of events will leave several secret space programs exposed, several ancient earth-human breakaway civilizations exposed, all of the tech of those groups exposed, and no use for money itself.

    I’m sure there will be many of you who will disagree, but I am not one to ONLY consider the most horrific and fearful outcomes.

    • goshawks on November 8, 2015 at 2:36 pm

      Good, expansive answer. I, too, believe that any serious disruption will result in a massive ‘domino effect’ of seeing who’s behind ‘The Curtain’ (“Wizard of Oz” reference). I also believe that chaos will not be allowed to spread too far. Too many physically-valuable items like DNA at stake…

      I gotta ask: Is “Centauri” from the alien character in “The Last Starfighter” movie, or the race/species in the “Babylon 5” TV series?

      • Centauri on November 9, 2015 at 4:13 am

        Hi goshawks! I heard the word when I was 7 years old watching Last Starfighter in the theater. It sounded familiar and comfortable to me; no idea why. Since then, I’ve had an affinity for it (both the word and our neighboring system). Can’t say that I ever liked the old man character from that movie, though heHeh. He is too dishonest for my tastes as a kid and a little bit now. My favorite was the reptilian copilot. Anyways, I’d hate to stray off topic! Thanks goshawks and many thanks to the good Dr. Farrell for providin the website.

  3. Gail on November 8, 2015 at 12:31 am

    What was the biggest blow to Western Bankers? People forget. Barrick in 2013. When they lost the case and the right to mine one of the largest gold deposits in Chile. The worst part was, over the last ten years or so, they have been selling gold to individuals and to governments, but they had not mined one ounce. This was the gold of the “future.” Hence all the paper. Many people and governments who thought they had real gold, realized that they had nothing. This was the wests build up to the return of the gold standard. Now they only have paper and no gold. Hence the heat was turned up for WW3, ISIS, Ukraine coup where their gold was stolen in 2014. In 2013 the gold price was recovering, as I recall it hit about 1700. After this happened it plunged, all that paper being sold off. It is still being offloaded. Here is a good article about Barrick if you have not read it:

    • DanaThomas on November 8, 2015 at 7:52 am

      As an aside, the record shows close links between Barrick and Rothschild interests.

      • Gail on November 9, 2015 at 12:46 am

        If you go back to th coup in Chile in the 1970s, which was engineered by the Vatican and the CIA, which leads to Rockefeller, it was done so that Chile would not nationalize all it’s resources, which paved the way for Barrick to move in on the gold mines. Barrick lost the case due to environmental laws. However, Barrick is biding its time because Chile is part of the TPP agreements, which will mean Barrick can then sue Chile for loss of income due to environmental laws putting a restriction on their mining. TPP leads back to Goldman Sachs as one of the major players and sponsors as well as the CFR, CIA, Bilderberg Group founded by Nazis which again leads back to Rockefeller, AND south America after WW2 and beyond, military INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX ETC, ETC. The all encompassing Rothschild boogie man for every crime committed does not add up when you look into all the major players.

        • Robert Barricklow on November 9, 2015 at 9:26 am

          Gail, enjoyed your reference regarding the TPP.

        • DanaThomas on November 10, 2015 at 3:38 am

          Gail I agree with you there is no single individual or even family on which to blame the world’s woes.

    • zendogbreath on November 9, 2015 at 9:24 pm

      Interesting read, Gail. Long and interesting. Surprised and curious. Who’s strong enough to hold Barrick et al off of Chile? and for how long? and how?

  4. zendogbreath on November 7, 2015 at 8:24 pm

    here’s a huge supposition.

    suppose for some reason some one gets powerful and honest enough to impose an honest accounting. keep supposing. the ussa and all the western colonial satellites get caught out for 45trillion in debt. keep on supposing. let’s say it’s time to work off that debt. aside from usual depression/austerity/poverty/ongoing sagas that drive weatlth from the poor to the wealthy (and drive out all middle class), at some point in an honest accounting, one might be disposed to expose the creditor.

    so who exactly is the final guy holding all the money, tokens, properties, hotels, houses and get out of jail cards in the monopoly game? and what good does it do them? and how can any such entity ever be paid off (other than in genocide)?

    either way a paradigm shift is coming. finance, resources, energy, all of it. how does that go? how do we go with it?

    • Lost on November 8, 2015 at 7:04 am

      It’s actually fairly easy to pay off debt of some trillions or tens of trillions. And not cause any desperate poverty whatsoever.

      The concern is that would solve too many problems at once, and a lot of rentiers would lose income and power related to holding parts of those debts while paying into other parts in some cases.

    • goshawks on November 8, 2015 at 2:29 pm

      Zendogbreath, “who exactly is the final guy” is the 64-million-dollar question. Good for you in asking it. Strips away the trivia. Kudos.

      I like Centauri’s later answer, “…the sequence of events will leave several secret space programs exposed, several ancient earth-human breakaway civilizations exposed, all of the tech of those groups exposed, and no use for money itself.” I would add any influential alien groups, particularly along the Enlil/Enki line, but possibly many more. And, I think that Earth’s great wealth will not be measured in money, but in DNA diversity…

      • zendogbreath on November 8, 2015 at 6:42 pm

        hmmm. gracias. and hmmm.

  5. DownunderET on November 7, 2015 at 2:34 pm

    Joseph has blogged about the hidden system of finance, this includes Martin Bormann’ NAZI loot and operation “Golden Lily” and the Japanese side of the story.
    So for those who have not read “Gold Warriors” by Sterling & Peggy Seagrave, here is an interview by Dave Emory with Peggy and Sterling Seagrave which runs a jaw dropping 2 hours. It also includes the very large Japanese corporations such as Mitsubishi etc. Don’t miss this one, it’s epic.

    • DanaThomas on November 8, 2015 at 6:05 am

      Thanks for the Seagrave link

  6. basta on November 7, 2015 at 1:07 pm

    Well, one thing is for sure, the BRICSA bloc have realized they will never be able to compete with the West’s monopoly on Monopoly money. So apparently they will leave the Western central bank cabal to play out the inevitable and none-too-pretty fiat-currency endgame without their participation. For some incomprehensible reason, they seem to prefer — and produce — that barbaric relic of another age, gold.

    But what use is physical gold when you can have paper gold certificates? Made of the same fiat paper that supports Western currencies? Who needs actual gold alchemy when you can turn paper into gold?

    Western investors are clueless suckers in a rigged gambling den being sold toilet paper.

    • Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2015 at 2:26 pm

      What they’re selling here, as in the ancient past,

      A gold-backed currency attracts more “believers”.
      Now, with “critical thinkers”? That’s a HUGE difference.
      A difference that “they” strongly “educate” AGAINST.

      • basta on November 7, 2015 at 3:16 pm

        Yes Robert, but in the final analysis, the USSA is simply bankrupt, and bankrupt on an unprecedented scale. Realisticlly, we are talking $30-40 trillion in FRN Ponzi notes.

        No on dares point this out, and the MSM lackeys spin web within web of lies to obfuscate the fact, but not only does the emperor have no clothes, but his checking account is also wildly overdrawn in the Alice in Wonerland Playground of Old-Temple-Money-Changers’ Funny Money.

        So if the subjects ever realize that the whole sordid show has been staged on magically vanishing Cabal credit, hopefully they will awaken to the implications.

        • Robert Barricklow on November 8, 2015 at 10:50 am

          They’ve transferred the public wealth to private international concerns. It’s been purposely engineered by private power to end ALL public power. It’s back-to-the-future. It’s Feudalism 21st Century style, w/all of the wonderous electronic Pavlov bells & whistles.

  7. marcos anthony toledo on November 7, 2015 at 9:45 am

    The West seems to think life is all a game of MONOPOLY and SOLE SURVIVOR. What fantasy world do they dream they’re in detach from any moorings in reality. MAFIA WORLD is the real face of their NEW WORLD ORDER order out chaos you have to be kidding.

  8. Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2015 at 9:18 am

    “Translucency” – Good One!

    A Gold-Backed currency, with an open-block-chain accountability[like bitcoin], means the BRICSA have dealt an ACES-Up w/a killer-kicker.
    The WEST can’t beat that, except in an all-out-shoot out at the O.K. Corral.
    Unless of course, the corporations are playing both hands.
    Depends on where the private hands are, versus the public hands.
    Whose really holding what cards: Private or Public?

    • Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2015 at 9:26 am

      Like in the NFL.
      Does someone/entity own the game?
      If so they dictate the terms for the players,
      and the spectators.
      Believe it or not. It’s FIXED, Chicago-Style.
      [The Fix Is In/Larceny Games by Brian Tuohy]

  9. Aridzonan_13 on November 7, 2015 at 9:04 am

    I don’t understand why the BRICSA would want to goto a gold standard? Unless, they’ve decided to live within their means. I don’t think China is capable of that at the moment. And I’m not sure how much debt the other 105 BRICSA members are carrying. Let’s face it. Printing money out of thin air is the power of creation itself.

    Now, throw in ATS(Above Top Secret) technologies and the commodities markets get very murky..

  10. Lost on November 7, 2015 at 6:46 am

    Gold? But who cares?

    I guess the answer will be those holding it when large quantities are newly made and also released.

    It’s very likely Russia makes gold in quantity from copper, it’s not impossible that others know this process.

    Gold is easy to make from mercury.

    And the linked Sputnik news article seems to want an “artificial restraint” on gold prices to be real. In other words, it reads like it was written by a gold-bug (Ron Paul) who lost money speculating when gold was selling for much more.

    Doesn’t mean the silly speculation isn’t going on, doesn’t mean the US isn’t backing speculation over making things, but here likely the threat to the rest of the world isn’t simply military, but along the lines: We’ll release 19th overunity tech and change everything overnight if you don’t go along. Not wanting to change everything overnight, literally within 6 months, is probably why China, Russia, India and Brazil go along with the garbage, not only would deeply corrupted bankers in the west lose power, but so would Putin, so would the Chinese communist party, so would the Orthodox churches, the Catholic church, and various other religious organizing principles.

  11. DanaThomas on November 7, 2015 at 6:28 am

    It’s interesting to see that the Indian government has re-launched attempts to “monetize” the huge amounts of gold – said to total 20,000 tons – in the hands of private citizens and in temple treasuries. Though it is a moot point whether these holders of gold will fall for the “gold certificate”…. Cited a couple of days ago on RT, so the Russians are interested, and there is probably more to this news item than meets the eye.
    This connects with the news from a few weeks ago that India too is to revitalize its gold mining industry, which dates back at least a couple of thousand years. See www dot theguardian dot com/world/2015/sep/14/india-gold-mines-opening-kolar-karnataka-increase-supply

  12. kitona on November 7, 2015 at 5:51 am

    “…over-priced “education” system has been the result, with expensive degrees leading only to indebtedness to acquire the license to “practice” a job or profession in a dwindling labor market. ”

    Oh, it’s even worse than that. In the field of architecture, that expensive professional degree doesn’t even get you the license to practice. One then has to endure years of internship at pitiful wages before being allowed to take the exams for licensing. And even though most laws allow for anyone (literally anyone, no university education or credentials whatever) to build small residential projects (i.e., architecture) they are not allowed to call themselves “architects” or else they get the legal wrath of the powers that be. Talk about peak bureaucratic stupidity.

    It is really a shame that there are still naive 20 year old out there happily signing up for as much as $150K in debt to go to architecture school. It is practically a criminal scam in my opinion. I’m sure that other fields are similar (law?) but I’m not as familiar with them. Ok, that’s end of my personal rant.

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