Gold! This has been a very weird week for news stories, one of them being the attention being given to gold, and in particular, the German gold repatriation, and Joseph is wondering about three high octane speculations...

German Central Bank Completes Repatriation Of $28 Billion In Gold Three Years Ahead Of Schedule

All Germany's gold returned from French vaults

Mnuchin Visits Fort Knox, Says "Gold Is Safe"

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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. Dag from Ringerike on August 25, 2017 at 4:53 pm

    About the Forth Knox issue.

    I still remember the article that appeared several years ago at the website, silverdoctors, referring to an article in the journal Boston Globe, that 7.000 tons of gold were transported out of Forth Knox on lorries in the years of 1973 – 1974..
    Well, when I read the article, if true, then you have to use your common sense (it can be a gift, or it can be a punishment, citing Bill Holter), where did it go, if you accept the story?

    You can scan the globe,; where is the most stabile place to put it? In the frame of political and geopolitical stability. And there is a geoligal issue of stability also to concider.

    To do a shorcut, I ended up with Switzrland. and I my assumption was that the gold could be haven storied in deep vault in the Swiss mountains,

    Then – – -the vaults and the gold also had to be protected or guarded., a logical conclusion..

    As a former member of our home guard in Norway, yes we had to store our AG rifle at home (my wife did not like it), I looked into the Swiss military website, and I found out the in addition to their regular military, they had a astounishing 600.000 men rolled in to their home guard. But this was what I found out several years ago about the Swiss military capability, so it can have been possible changed now.

    So here is the refernce to thesilverdoctors article. I assume that most of you have read it earlier, but it can be a part of the puzzle.

    • goshawks on August 25, 2017 at 6:33 pm

      “You can scan the globe; where is the most stabile place to put it?”

      On Earth, I think you have it pegged. Switzerland (officially the Swiss Confederation) tries to stay under the radar too much. A dead giveaway. Plus, they buy very little military hardware, just like they are expecting to be invulnerable because of Who they are. I would bet that the Swiss Confederation is where the 0.001%ers live…

      Personally, I think that the ‘mystery’ gold reserves have gone off-world. They have either been given as ‘tribute’ payments to hidden overlords or been used in ‘barter’ payments for advanced tech or tech-info. That is why Every (western) nation is either admittedly short of their physical gold or is mealy-mouthing “Trust Us, It’s There.” When the proles finally do a ‘storming the Bastille’ on Fort Knox and the Federal Reserve vaults, the bovine excretion will most-assuredly hit the cyclonic whirlwind…

    • Robert Barricklow on August 26, 2017 at 12:15 pm

      Where is the BIS again?

  2. MxFusion on August 25, 2017 at 4:07 pm

    You want to know why Trump is prolonging the stay in Afghanistan, just follow the really big money. The opium trade is a fine side income, but the valuable mineral deposits in that country are estimated to be worth at least a trillion dollars and probably more. Trump and his oligarch buddies in the mining industry are licking their chops at this.

    These are just two of many articles you’ll find if you internet search the subject.

  3. Robert Barricklow on August 25, 2017 at 12:05 pm

    The Gold’s accruing more & more value as systems’ begin showing more & more cracks. Too many of these will result in major collapses; where gold in-hand will rescue, ironically, those who orchestrated and caused[if not downright engineered/ these collapses.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 25, 2017 at 12:13 pm

      Then powerful private ent 1 ties will muscle-in.
      An interesting power play will start dividing what hasn’t already been looted from public hands.
      The markets then decide who lives & die.
      Those who live; may well think,
      those who bit-the-dust were the lucky ones.

      Meanwhile, elsewhere,
      life rows merrily, merrily along the silk road….

      • Robert Barricklow on August 25, 2017 at 12:15 pm

        I may have woken up on the wrong side of the bed?

  4. Kahlypso on August 25, 2017 at 11:39 am

    “Bundesbank Board member Carl-Ludwig Thiele told the Handelsblatt that these moves were a “trust-building” measure”

    “After extensive tests upon arrival, “there were no issues with the authenticity, fineness or weight of the bars,” Thiele said.”

    ‘trust-building’… ‘extensive tests upon arrival’…
    Hyper inflation, as I can tell, happens when the money isnt tied down to commodity.. Gold, Silver, the hair on my head (it’s rare and precious!!) Germans went trhough a heck of an inflation period at the end of WW1.. Im assuming its because the Gold was plundered and carried off by Clemenceau..

    1 thing Im having difficulty uynderstanding.. Germany lost WW1, WW2, had half its country occupied by soviet plunderists (Communism is great when some are born more equal than others…) and they STILL have the 2nd largest gold stock in the world… DAYYYUMN you need to lose a war to get rich on this planet….
    Japan.. Germany.. Argentina.. they are all emerging economic powerhouses..

    AS far as I can tell, if you want to be rich and successful, dont have an army. Costs too much money..

    • Robert Barricklow on August 25, 2017 at 11:59 am

      Where’s a Trust Busting Teddy w/a Big stick
      when you need one.

  5. basta on August 25, 2017 at 8:19 am

    “Gold is there!”
    He doesn’t say how much of it, though. Weasel words from a Golden Sacks agent. (Ex-Goldman is like ex-CIA; it doesn’t exist).

    Get well and rest up!

    • Don B on August 25, 2017 at 12:46 pm

      Actually, I would not include Mnuchin in that group of grifters like Gary Cohn who overrates himself by a mile or two and thinks the world would collapse if he were to resign. I don’t think Mnuchin worked there that long. But, when all is said and done, Trump has only himself to blame for choosing these people.

  6. marcos toledo on August 24, 2017 at 9:23 pm

    Maybe the Wizard Of Oz may know if there is still gold at Fort Knox. Or he was the mastermind behind the robbery or frontman for the real thieves.

  7. SoCal G on August 24, 2017 at 8:39 pm

    I would suggest also reading these two recent articles. The first was originally published by the Wall Street Journal:

    The Fed Has 6,200 Tons of Gold in a Manhattan Basement — Or Does it?

    This second article fleshes out more of Herr Munchkin’s visit to Fort Knox. The article Dr. Farrell read didn’t reflect that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, and Kentucky Congressman Brett Guthrie also were in that visitor party. And the statements they make are just as odd.

    • DanaThomas on August 25, 2017 at 3:07 am

      The story about the (alleged?) visit by the Kentuckians and the Secretary shows that they like speaking in riddles. Then there is the curious detail about the number of vault compartments being 13 – these people NEVER tire of flaunting symbolism while seldom giving verifiable, hard facts.

      • Robert Barricklow on August 25, 2017 at 11:56 am

        In-crowd criminal-lingo

  8. goshawks on August 24, 2017 at 7:37 pm

    On those ‘Bearer Bonds’, they may just be ‘placeholders’. Miles Mathis had an interesting speculation around Modern Art which could be transferred to the Bearer Bond case.

    Mathis, a clas$ical painter, rants that the prices paid for modern paintings has no conceivable relation to the value of those paintings. (I agree.) However, he posits that there is a deep-state connection to these prices:

    If the PTB wanted an official blackmailed or a banker suicided, they would go to a ‘provider’ and ask for it to be done. That ‘provider’ would say, “Fine, that’ll be $200k.”

    The PTB would then declare, “Okay, go and buy that particular (ugh) modern painting for $1.2m. In about eight months, another buyer will come to you and buy it off you for $1.4m. Guaranteed.” And so, the painting goes-on down the road to the next ‘guaranteed’ purchase-price and sale. All parties are happy. Here, Mathis is speculating that at least part of the Modern Art field is a ‘transfer mechanism’ to pay for PTB shenanigans. The paintings are just ‘placeholders’ for the movement of funds.

    If we move this ‘transfer mechanism’ over to Bearer Bonds, the actual paper may have no value (like the *ugh* modern paintings). However, if there is a ‘buy it at this, sell it at that’ mechanism in place to transfer-around the Bearer Bonds, they may have a black-world value. ‘Placeholder’ value. They could be used to pay for PTB-doings in the ‘off budget’ economy. (“Build me this spaceship. I’ll give you this Bearer Bond, for now. Next year, someone will desire that particular Bearer Bond and will give you cash [or a higher-value BB] for it, with the difference surprisingly equal to the value of that spaceship. Guaranteed.”)

    To all others, they are ‘counterfeit’…

    • Kahlypso on August 25, 2017 at 6:23 am

      Coming from an artistic education, I’ll just say, the prices are inflated extravagantly because the Art Market is COMPLETELY free and cannot be regulated.. the Art is worth what Im willing to pay for it.. Therrefore its a great way to stock away cash as a tradable commodity, that you wont pay tax for and can even get tax returns from, if you know how to cook the books.. Its also a great way to whitewash money..
      The quality of Art falling to the sewer and beyond, is a deliberate action put into place for the degradence of Western civilisation, as the art goes drown the drain, so does spirituality.. Dont know why.. Symbolism must be in there somewhere..
      (I’ll just say, its Rich, usually white people who control the trends of Art..I’ll try not to say Tavistock.. but its soooo hard not to..

      • goshawks on August 25, 2017 at 7:00 pm

        “…as the art goes drown the drain, so does spirituality.” Good point.

        I would venture that it is because of ‘prompting’. If I see something Uplifting, I am involuntarily ‘prompted’ into a higher state. And vice versa, if I do not catch it.

        Part of the PTB agenda is to remove those Uplifting ‘prompting’ items – whether paintings, music, or even physical landscapes. (Or to ‘transform’ them downwards, in first-reaction terms. The term ISIS is being used to ‘transform downwards’ the Uplifting ‘prompting’ of Isis, the benevolent Egyptian goddess.) Diabolical.

        It is a covert ‘war’ – one side wanting to lock us into lower states, while the other side works to liberate us…

    • DanaThomas on August 25, 2017 at 9:32 am

      Goshawks there could indeed be something in this. These so-called artworks are, unlike pricey real estate, easy to move and unemcumbered by red tape. And also publicly recognisable. And the ridiculous prices can be put down to “market demand”.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 25, 2017 at 11:52 am

      The art is a way to curb inflation on those in the financial loop of near zero interest rates. The deflation is in the 99 percenters economy; but the inflation is on the other side of the fiancialized apartheid wall, the near-zero percent charged to the chosen who invest in real estate & the arts. This is their inflationary hedge on their side of that economic apartheid wall.

  9. T.J. on August 24, 2017 at 7:06 pm

    Joseph: Good to see you back & sounding/looking healthy (esp. after the sudden death of our mutual friend, Jim Marrs).

    Also good to see you questioning the U.S. role in Afghanistan, semi-openly asking whether Trump/U.S. & Co. reluctance to ‘pull out’ might be related to U.S. mil-intel-politico profit sharing in Afghani Opium crops. Based on one-on-one talks with *Veterans Today* U.S. mil/intel boys with first-hand knowledge (while we were all in Damascus, Syria), what others & you say/imply is true.

    What you too can easily verify is that Trump ex-NSA Mike Flynn was head of U.S. mil/intel in Afghanistan when Opium crop processing was moved to Turkey, for which Flynn later became a $500,000+ lobbyist. Trump knew this when he hired Flynn — and had nice stuff to say about Flynn after Trump jettisoned Flynn. Thus, Trump’s waffling flip-flop on Af-Exit from a Can’t-Be-Won war has more to do with how to protect U.S. mil/intel/politico shares in Afghani Opium crop profits — and ‘WHO Benefits’?

    George-Ann Hughes, others & you often spoke of the criminal nature of Cabal activities. This is especially true about the 2016 U.S. elections, in which the Russian Kosher Nostra played a leading role (although Putin & Co. did allow it to occur). For many details on this, see “Trump’s Russian Laundromat.” Russian Mafiya & others enabled Trump to recover from +/-4 bankruptcies, and Trump could never get the Rupublithug nomination to beat Dummycrook Hillary without help from the Russian+ Mafiya.

    Putin & Co. have had longstanding struggles with the Russian Kosher Nostra — from which Putin & Co. benefit politically & financially. U.S.-Russia fall-out from Trump/Russia investigations will be two-fold+: 1) Faster Russian geopolitical ascendancy, since Russians did what U.S. mil/intel frequently do; and 2) Greater Putin & Co. control of the Russian Kosher Nostra & Mafiya. Russian 2016 U.S. elections Ops are just an example of Russian Covert Ops in U.S., of which you often spoke with George-Ann.

  10. DownunderET on August 24, 2017 at 6:45 pm

    If you watch Bill Still’ documentary “The Money Masters”, he mentions that the gold in Fort Knox should be audited every year, but it has not been audited since 1955. So what do we make of this, well there is something going on here and at a very high level. My guess is that the Fort Knox gold is gone, where, well my guess is……..drum roll……………….off world.

    • T.J. on August 24, 2017 at 7:51 pm

      DU-ET: Doesn’t matter where it went — if anywhere. My info as legal rep for ‘Marcos Gold Trustees’ & other gold buy/sell deals is that there is >At Least< one (1) order of magnitude more gold On-Planet than is acknowledged — or semi-officially 'hinted.' The science for literal alchemy is also semi-well proven.

      Munchkin's Tweets Etc. about Ft. Knox gold are also ambiguous. Even IF U.S. gold is still there, to whom does it belong — and how often and to whom has it been hypothecated? The very questionable but semi-accurate Dr. Peter David Beter detailed U.S. gold transfers from Ft. Knox. True? Not sure…

      What Munchkin, Beter & others DID was to focus attention on gold, enabling our very criminal Cabal gangster architects to (continue to) play a myriad of games. 😉

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