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The greatest secret of the 20th century

Gold plundering

The greatest secret of the 20th century was how the gold and treasure of the world was systematically plundered and hidden away… only to be used as collateral for vast, secret bank accounts.

If your plan calls for the complete destruction of the global economy, you need a global currency that is backed by nothing but “faith and credit.”

The article of December 1, 1934, reveals a total excess of $222 million, 385 thousand and 270 dollars’ worth of “imported” gold to the US between 1929 — when the BIS (Bank of International Settlements) was officially founded — and 1934.  At the stated “new price” of $35 an ounce, this adds up to roughly 6,540,743.23 troy ounces, or 203.43 metric tons of gold.

This process continued well after 1934. Another article dated on February 19, 1937 the New York Times revealed  that $6,120,500 in gold was taken in by the Federal Reserve in a single day.
Chiang Kai-Shek supposedly sent 125 000 metric tons of gold to the US in 1938.

This is obviously much higher than the publicly-reported 203.43 metric tons that had been taken in from various countries between 1929 and 1934. The Federal Reserve and BIS put this gold “on deposit” — and after the Bretton Woods agreement in 1944, the “deposited” gold was used to underwrite a secret economy, in which private individuals facilitated trades between central banks. (src  The New York Times & David Wilcock)

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