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- Confiscation the Greatest Threat|
Because, like the "dodgy dossier", the LAST ONE you should trust is the U.S. gangster government.
A new gold standard and the end of dollar hegemony is now baked into the cake. The biggest threat is confiscation of gold as happened in 1933 in the U.S. and 1966 in the U.K. The UK and US gangsters are now desperate in the extreme. If anything, the situation is far more serious than either the last Great Depression or the stagflation eras. Wholesale thieving is now clearly evident in the US and in the UK somewhat too:
In 1999, a D.O.D. audit revealed that $2.3 trillion could not be accounted for. Donald Rumsfeld, in some of the worst timing ever, brought it to the public's eye in a speech he gave the day before 9/11.
- Visualizing Uncle Sam's Missing Money
Suggesting he knew 9/11 was coming. In the UK, there was the scandal of the text message saying 9/11 was a "good day to bury bad news" to the UK's transport secretary, Steven Byers (rhymes with "liars").
In 2003, the D.O.D. Inspector General revealed that $1 trillion could not be accounted for. A GAO (Government Accountability Office) investigation found that the Army had also lost 56 airplanes, 32 tanks, and 36 Javelin missile command launch units.
The easiest way to lose such large volumes of physical hardware is to have never received them in the first place but to pay the contractor for them.
In 2004, in order to help rebuild Iraq, the U.S. shrink wrapped $20billion onto pallets and flew the cash to Iraq. From what the U.S. government can tell, $6.6 billion of it is missing. Meanwhile the Iraqi government says $18.7 billion of it is missing.
And given that Saddam's report on WMD remains the most accurate to date, the iraqi claim is most likely closer to the truth.
In addition, a similar amount again was thieved from Iraq's international bank accounts.
From 2004-2007, the U.S. tapped Iraqi oil wells and pledged to use the proceeds to help rebuild Iraq. Out of the $9.1 billion made from the oil, $8.7 billion is unaccounted for. That's 95% missing money.
And let's not forget it was the U.S. which bombed Iraq so that it required rebuilding. Similarly, the TARP which Hank Paulson claimed was to forestall foreclosures on homes was ALMOST ALL used, instead, to gift free cash to the banksters. Workers for the banksters have told how they were instructed to lie about the applications from home-borrowers, such as saying they hadn't received the application.
From 2008-2009, the Fed had placed $9 trillion onto their off-balance sheet. During a congressional hearing, the Federal Reserve Inspector General could not account for the money.