RON PAUL WANTS TO AUDIT THE “FED” – WHAT ABOUT AUDITING OUR GOLD RESERVES TOO, INCLUDING FORT KNOX ?

Is the gold still here and Manhattan?

Yea I know, this is conspiracy theory stuff, and you might be right.  But I can’t help but wonder if those gold reserves are still intact since the last real audit about 50 years ago.  In doing a little research, I find that in fact Dr. Ron Paul is looking into doing an actual audit of the gold reserves.  If he does, I hope he makes the results public so we citizens know if our government has literally sold us down the river.

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  1. #1 by Rick L. on 01/07/2011 - 11:24 am

    Of course this is just speculation, but as long as the Rothschilds Cabal is in charge of America’s financial institutions, news media and government, we will never see the day when Fort Knox will be audited. Any bullion that’s there might look like Gold bullion, in actuality its Gold plated Tungsten to the tune of at least 640,000 400 oz. bars. They definitely don’t want any of these bars taken to be inspected. Also any records of stored gold will be just as unreliable as stored gold for individual buyers where 20 individuals own the same pieces of gold but in our case there is no real gold at all. You might say America’s gold reserves have dwindled down to a mere pittance. As far as auditing the gold that’s stored at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, well, it’s also a depository for other Nations, central banks and official international organizations and who knows what kind of manipulation of records and tungsten filled bars are going on?

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