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What If The The German Gold Repatriation Issue Was Just... Grand Theater ?

A thesis defended by Professor Antal E. Fekete (January 28, 2013), on Lars Schall :


Germany is neither independent or sovereign, prevailing pretenses notwithstanding. It has American troops on her soil for reasons unexplained and inexplicable after all Soviet occupying troops were withdrawn almost 25 years ago. Equally significant is the fact that the lion’s share of the German gold reserve is in American custody. If the Bundesbank asked for the repatriation of a token part of that gold over a long period of time, we may take it for granted that it was done on American instructions.[...]"

(?!? ... !!!)

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Hmmm... sounds quite plausible, for the very least.

Dang. To accept that likely requires us to go EVEN FURTHER DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE, though... It's like never ending!


Thoughts ?

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No.7's picture

Once you're in the rabbit hole you can only keep digging

There is no coming back out...

The individual who refuses to defend his rights when called by his Government, deserves to be a slave, and must be punished as an enemy of his country and friend to her foe. - Andrew Jackson

So many rabbit holes filled...

with so much misinfo BS to dig through. I'm wondering if it's even worth looking into anymore since it's going to blow up soon anyways. Think I'm just going to brace for impact.

Cyril's picture

I know!

I know!

This article -in its full extent of implications- leaves me... well, mostly lost.

Yet, from a strictly logical point of view, it perfectly makes sense, in a scary way. It makes a point I really wasn't expecting. Or had totally overlooked.

Indeed :/


"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.


"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius