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Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Germany claiming back Gold stored in Rothschild Bank in Paris

The Rothschild family are probably wandering what they must do. Germany has insisted it wants its gold back from the Federal Reserve bank in New York and the Rothschild bank, Banque de France in Paris.

When the government of Germany doesn't trust the Rothschild bank to store their gold, it just about sums up everything you need to know about the banking family. They are probably suspicious the gold has been looted, disappeared somewhere. Even the friendly Germans will be spying on these British banks, and for good reason. America and the British plunged the world into a financial crisis instigated by the Bilderbergers.

From the article: Germany Still Wants Gold Back – Repatriation Campaign Continues

Germany Still Wants Gold Back – Repatriation Campaign Continues

More than 18 months ago, on January 16, 2013 Germany’s central bank, the Bundesbank, announced that it will repatriate to Germany all 374 tonnes it had stored with the Banque de France in Paris, as well as 300 tonnes held in Manhattan by the New York Federal Reserve, by 2020.

Despite a lag of 18 months, the Bundesbank, as the Federal Bank of Germany is often called, has only managed to bring home a tiny 37 tonnes of gold.

A paltry 5 tonnes of that came from the U.S., the rest from Paris. The US Fed holds 45% or roughly $635 billion of the total 3,396 tonnes of gold Germany have in reserve, the world’s second largest gold reserves.

This has prompted, not surprisingly, renewed questions whether Germany’s gold still exists in those Manhattan vaults or if it has been melted down, leased or even sold.

With doubts about the whereabouts of Germany’s gold still prevalent, it appears that either Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling coalition or the ECB, has decided to attempt to put the matter to rest.

Bloomberg reported yesterday that the German campaign to repatriate German gold from the U.S. has ended. The Bloomberg story was headlined ‘German Gold Stays in New York in Rebuff to Euro Doubters’ and the first sentence was ‘Germany has decided its gold is safe in American hands’.

However, the leader of the German gold repatriation movement, “Repatriate our Gold,” Peter Boehringer immediately refuted the Bloomberg article and posted in the comment section at the bottom of the Bloomberg article:

Just to set the record straight re this article in which my name is mentioned and in which I am quoted out of context: a) Bloomberg uncritically cites statements of politicians and BuBa-bankers who have or give no proof whatsoever re the untouched whereabouts of the german Gold.

b) Re our campaign “Repatriate our Gold” “On hold” does of course NOT mean that we are in any way satisfied with the current status of BuBa´s ongoing repatriation (far too slow and too little – only 5 tons came from NY in 2013! Not exactly a proof for the untouched existence of 1500 tons in a NY vault unaudited since 1950…). Our public campaign will therefore have to continue.

c) Almost no info in the article can be considered in any way “news”. Simply because there has not been any material news in this context since early 2013.

d) Especially the headline is plainly false, because there has not been any change in BuBa´s (too slow) repatriation plans: at least 300+ tonnes will come from NY by end 2020. It is not much – but contrary to the headline, BuBa has NOT stopped the ongoing partial repatriation – enforced solely by public pressure!

e) The political party “Alternative for Germany” has never been part of our campaign – they can therefore not have been “rebuffed” as the article suggests.

f) The political party “FDP” has (with the exception of one (1) MP ) never demanded a repatriation – yet another false info in the article.

g) Some politicians cited in the article cannot in any way claim to be “in charge” of the german gold hoard (abroad or not). This holds true for both Mr Barthle and for Mr Hardt: BuBa alone is in charge – and officially, BuBa is independent from political influence…

Summary: a “non-news” article with a wrong headline, strange interviewees, old news, and with a clearly apologetic ideological approach: the main purpose seems to be NOT to give space to the myriad of unanswered and extremely relevant questions BuBa and the Fed have been refusing to answer for decades. Please read more at “Repatriate our Gold.”

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