5 thoughts on “ TIDBIT: “THERE’S GOLD IN THEM THAR VAULTS”… ...”

  1. The King’s Two Bodies anyone? If anything, this article should say much, much more about the fiction that two-column modified accrual accounting is to begin with. Just follow the accounting standard’s board tree to the top and find an interesting foundation that has pulled a huge cloak over the public’s eye in regards to reporting practices of a debt-based value, reversal flow algorithm of liable assets to the private side trickle up corpranomics.

    To even talk about precious metals at this point is pure fantasy because it has No Thing to do with anything remotely close to sacrificial pawn-bond collateral being traded in proxied human bundles in all the major exchange brockerages. They can’t actually make substance calls on human trafficing, so they are given fictional representations based on corporate abbreviations that depend on a calculus of liquidity. Just watch the flow of immigration for instance–these are the bonded bundles following their traded certificates of origin. And someone please look at the Unaffordable Uncaring Act(counting) as to where all the “gold” went. The GAOb-smackers sure couldn’t make that rainy-day tarp transfer all on their own.

  2. Robert Barricklow

    The knowing wink is that the elite’s so-called economy is absolutely, unequivocally based on fraud. They will trigger another implosion; but this time will be the mother of all BUSTS, and the bail-ins[passed by law in many vassal states of the fascist transnational corporations]. Downunder is getting it’s diplomaskic choir all on the same musical note’s page in which to harmonize, with the rest of the vast vassal global stage of useful idiots. All singing praises to those who rescue them, after those rescuers have switched hats of course, from the detonators to the liberators.

  3. To put this country simple this Zero Hedge article looks like cooking the books or creative accounting. In other words embezzlement and or fraud at Fort Knox and at other places the USA stores gold reserves.

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