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Federal Reserve Refuses to Submit to an Audit of Germany’s Gold Held in U.S. Vaults PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 15 February 2014 00:00

"There has been speculation for a long time, that the FED doesn’t actually have much gold, that it has either sold it off, lent it out, or used it as collateral for borrowings. Either case, there are many claims that the gold that is being stored on behalf of many nations, doesn’t actually exist.

And nobody, other than FED staff, have actually been permitted inside the vaults to see or inventory any of the gold. There is no evidence that the gold actually exists, other than the word of the FED.

Even more, the situation is the same with the supposed gold depository at Fort Knox. Nobody has seen the gold there for a very long time.

The last audit, and the last public visit, was in 1953, just after U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower took office. No outside experts were allowed during that audit, and the audit team tested only about 5% of gold there. So, there hasn’t been a comprehensive audit of Fort Knox in over 60 years." Read more...

 

Watch this: Glenn Beck: What really happened to the German gold housed in the United States?

 

Additional reading: Federal Reserve: “They Do Not Have Any More Gold”. Paul Craig Roberts