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Gold? ¿No el oro del Banco Central de México?

      Seems Like Mexico Purchased 110 Tons Of Gold That Doesn't Exist

      '... both small investors and large institutions have been "purchasing" what they think are precious metals, but ending up paying banks to "store" vault air.'

      '... Bank of Mexico, which supposedly purchased 110 tons over a very short period of time. To those of us who observed the market closely, those alleged purchases never seemed to have any impact, and the market seemed completely led by private buying interest and nothing else. This was very strange [Very strange, Penny Lane] given that such huge purchases were supposedly made. '

      Dear Friend,

      Mexican journalist Guillermo Barba reports that the Bank of Mexico refuses to disclose where it is keeping the 93 tonnes (roughly 3.4 Million troy ounces) of gold it claimed to have purchased this year, apparently doesn't even know the form of the gold it claims to have purchased, and thus for its new gold reserves may be only an unsecured creditor of banks that are members of the London Bullion Market Association, home of fractional-reserve gold banking and primary mechanism of the gold price suppression scheme.

      Barba thus has demonstrated how easy it is for basic journalism to expose the gold price suppression scheme -- just by putting simple and obvious questions to central banks and publicizing their refusal or inability to answer. With his essay Barba has done more journalism on this issue than The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, and all the world's mainstream news agencies combined. ...

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      ¿Dónde está el oro del Banco Central de México?

      ¿Dónde está el oro de México, y es realmente de oro en todas las?
      Domingo, 25 de septiembre 2011

      Estimado amigo,

      En el ensayo adjunta aquí, el periodista mexicano Guillermo Barba señala que el Banco de México se niega a revelar donde se mantiene las 93 toneladas de oro que afirmó haber comprado este año, al parecer ni siquiera conoce la forma de la de oro que dice que ha comprado, y por lo tanto de sus reservas de oro nuevo puede ser un acreedor no garantizado de los bancos que son miembros de la London Bullion Market Association, el hogar de la banca de reserva fraccional de oro y el mecanismo principal del sistema de contención de los precios del oro.

      Barba lo ha demostrado lo fácil que es para el periodismo de base para exponer el plan de subida de los precios del oro - sólo por poner preguntas sencillas y obvias a los bancos centrales y dar a conocer su negativa o la incapacidad de respuesta. Con su ensayo Barba ha hecho más por el periodismo sobre el tema de The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, el Financial Times, y todas las principales agencias de noticias del mundo combinados.



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