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  1. Gmartine
    August 30, 2010

    Even if the gold is there it doesn’t mean that it isn’t under an agreement to a foreign country, the IMF or maybe even private organization that has special priviledges with the FED. Even Bernanke said in a testimony the only thing they refer to in regards to gold is about selling it, so you rant about it not being a possibility really carries no water.

    • Jeff Lizan
      September 17, 2010

      YES That is so true!

  2. John
    August 30, 2010

    If all the gold owned by the U.S. government is acounted for, why is the U.S. government opposed to an audit of the gold reserves? Secrecy naturally and rationally leads to suspicion. History and our founding fathers have taught us to be wary and suspicion of government promises. Thus a full audit of the government’s gold is not only proper but long overdue. Castigating proponents of this common sense measure as conspiratorial loons is just a cheap ad hominem attack masquerading as a mainstream thinking.

    • Jeff Lizan
      September 17, 2010

      Now that John is Truthful Relevant speaking!

  3. Joe
    August 30, 2010

    ” . . . Knoxville, Tennessee and he had some time to spare so he drove out to Fort Knox”

    When I read that, my first thought was, either the columnist or the politician are lying. Ft. Knox in in Kentucky. So no one went to Ft. Knox.

    But after I looked at the columnist’s web site, things got more complicated. The version on his own web site says Louisville, Kentucky, not Knoxville, Tennessee. That is evidence of a conspiracy, probably from the same people who sold off the gold and replaced it with painted Legos.

    Either the column originally was written with Knoxville (the lie) but was changed at the origin site to cover it up (the conspiracy) – or someone at the wall street pit web site changed it from Louisville to Knoxville (a lie) in a nasty attempt (conspiracy) to undermine the credibility of the columnist – or the original said Louisville – oh wait, I already said that.

    Hmmm – you see this is how conspirators work. They did this confuse me.

  4. Charles
    August 31, 2010

    One does not need to believe that there is or has been a conspiracy to commit fraud (or any other criminal act) in order to understand that periodic and thorough audits of the nation’s gold holdings are appropriate and necessary.

    Inventory control and audits are necessary regardless of what’s being verified, for reasons that I think should be obvious.

    Regards,

    Charles

  5. Jeff Lizan
    September 17, 2010

    The Gold could be there or it may not be there. It could be real or not. The truth is, that there is a higher power that knows for sure as there have been far to many secrets throughout history that have been revealed long after they happened. Even if the gold was not there, there is to great control over our America’s people to do more than to stir up a few protests that will fade with time. There are far to many people out there that do not understand the significance of gold being there or not to make a change in the System!
    Article was well written but does not prove anything one way or another!

  6. Jeff Lizan
    September 17, 2010

    What is the point of having timed vaults anyway!!? It seems like a good excuse for the Clerk at 7/11 to tell a Robber that walks in to rob the place, that the vault is timed so he can’t get in it! But to have timed vaults at a Place Like Fort Knox!?

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