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Showing posts with label libya. Show all posts
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Thursday, June 16, 2016

Libya sues Goldman Sachs for using hookers as bribes to mislead the sovereign fund in 2008

Bankers involved with hookers, drugs, and bribes?  Nah, that would never happen.. but the sovereign investment fund for Libya’s national government begs to differ as they announced on June 14 that it indeed happened, and they are taking the Goldman Sachs to court for using these types of bribes to secure risky contracts that were lost during the fallout of the 2008 Credit Crash.
Libya’s national investment fund is seeking restitution for $1.2 billion it says was lost through investments made by Goldman Sachs, who put the money in toxic and risky investments which completely deteriorated when the global financial system collapsed eight years ago.
Hang-a-Banker
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Thursday, April 7, 2016

Osama Bin Laden saw gold as both a tool and an investment against the U.S. and the dollar

There are several analysts who believe that the primary reason that the U.S. funded rebel groups in Benghazi to eradicate Muammar Gaddafi was due to his ongoing initiative to take Africa away from the dollar, and into a new continental currency that was backed by gold.  This 'Gold Dinar' was a dream of the former Libyan leader, and a way for Africa to forge a prosperous future by returning to sound money at a time when the entire world was stuck in a fiat currency system.

Now on April 7 we find that Gaddafi was not the only Middle Eastern leader looking to trade their dollars for gold as a new report disclosed from contents of Osama Bin Laden's letters shows that he had instructed Al Qaeda to purchase the monetary metal both as a means to attack the dollar, and as an investment since he believed the price was going to double in a relatively short amount of time.


The former leader of Al-Qaeda instructed his followers to invest in gold, because he thought it would double in price, according to Bin Laden’s letters, cited by the New York Times. 
“The overall price trend is upward,” wrote the terrorist in a letter to senior Al-Qaeda member Atiyah Abd al-Rahman, adding that the price of gold would reach $3,000 an ounce in the next few years even with occasional drops. 
Bin Laden was interested in investing $5 million the terrorist organization had gained as a ransom from freeing an Afghan diplomat. The founder of the terrorist organization urged a third to be put into gold, another third in euro, with the rest going into Kuwaiti dinars and Chinese yuan. 
Bin Laden instructed his subordinates to buy gold in coins or bars, or in “10 tolas” gold bars, a common denomination in Asia. The Pakistani currency were to be avoided as its ‘value has been declining’, according to the memo. 
“Right now it is $1,390 an ounce, but before the events in New York and Washington it was $280 an ounce. If the price of gold reaches $1,500 or a little over before you get this message, it’s still alright to buy it,” Bin Laden wrote. - Russia Today
While most people will instantly discredit Osama Bin Laden for his ideas on gold simply because they have been programmed to hate the former terrorist leader and CIA agent (during the Afghan-Russia conflict), one has to take into consideration what America itself has been doing in stealing other nation's sovereign gold (as in Ukraine, Libya, and Saudi Arabia) through the guise of 'liberation' over the same time frame during the past five years.

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Got Karatbars? Don't ever fall for government proposed programs to get your gold

With Russia entering into the conflicts of the Middle East over the past six month, and nations waking up to the real reasons behind regime overthrows in Libya, Syria, and the Ukraine, the Western banking system is attempting new schemes to try to separate gold from the people as currencies devalue to the point for the need of new monetary policies.

Two such schemes that we have mentioned before at The Daily Economist involved the nations of Turkey and India, with both offering interest bearing funds to those who allow the government or the banks to store their gold in their possession.  But as billionaire metals manager Eric Sprott's publication intoned on Jan. 5, these seemingly 'innocuous' programs are really all about using paper money as an enticement to grab your gold and funnel it upwards where the elite are buying it en masse in preparation for what is coming.


In previous commentaries , readers were warned that Western bankers were once again targeting the gold market of India with more of their fiendish plans. This time, they convinced (bribed?) India’s new, corrupt government - the Modi regime - into orchestrating a scheme to steal the gold from its own people. 
The nexus of this scam was what was announced as “the gold deposit scheme.” Even the Conspirators themselves were unable to come up with a name to make this naked fraud sound legitimate. The fraud itself is simple, indeed utterly simplistic. Indians “deposit” their gold into the clutches of their thieving government and are paid (paper) “interest” on those deposits. The fact that this was a naked fraud was immediately apparent. As the bankers tell us all the time, “gold generates no income.” How could India’s government pay the interest on the gold coins/bars/jewelry sitting in its vault supposedly held in trust for its depositors? There was no immediate answer to that question, because there could be no (legitimate) answer to the question. Indeed, in legitimate bullion storage arrangements, depositors pay a fee to have their bullion safely stored for them, because while the gold generates no income, the costs of storing such gold are significantly greater than zero. 
Finally, reluctantly, the Conspirators made explicit what was already totally obvious: The deposited gold will be auctioned off from time to time to meet domestic demand for jewellery and coins. [emphasis mine] The scam was now completely exposed. 
a) Indians “deposit” their gold. 
b) Indians receive (paper) “interest” on their gold while their deposited gold is sold off. 
c) Indians end up with the paper interest - and no gold. 
d) India’s jewellers and coin-makers then sell the gold they purchased at these auctions back to the same Chumps who originally deposited that gold. - Sprott Money
Earlier we mentioned the country's of Libya, Syria, and Ukraine as being tied to Western gold grabs,  and all one has to do is look at the new rules, policies, and actions that were done by both the U.S. and the City of London to restrict one country from ever retrieving their gold stored in Western vaults, and in the case of Ukraine, outright steal it under the cover of night.


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And there is no fear of government confiscation, or losing your gold to any 'schemes' that sounds good on the surface like the one being offered in India.

As the world rushes towards its next major recession, and banks and governments relegate themselves to programs that co-opt people's wealth into the hands of a select few, there is an alternative that can not only protect your current wealth in the world's most stable form of money, but also allow you to increase it through the simple fruits of your labor, and mathematical certainties.

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And as added perks to signing up with Karatbars, as a customer or affiliate, Karatbars is working on a new e-wallet system that functions just like an offshore bank account, and is outside the authority of the banking system.  From there, you can take your fiat currency in any denomination... dollars, euros, yen, etc... and purchase physical gold which can either be delivered directly to you, or stored for free at one of Karatbar's vaults.

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The global financial system, along with dozens of respected economists, are telling us that now is the time for the end of our current form of money, and the beginning of the transition into a new monetary system that is expected to be backed by gold.  And with banks, governments, and even Harvard professors mandating that central banks have no choice but to eliminate cash from usage by the people to stave off collapse, will you wait until it is too late to make a decision on how you will protect your wealth, and be able to function within the coming new monetary system?

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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

China and Soros accumulate gold while the masses focus on failed stock markets

Goldman Sachs has achieved a dubious reputation for telling their customers (muppets) to buy one thing, while at the same time, selling it with their own money.  This duplicitous investing scheme is the cornerstone of the investment banking system, and in complete opposition to what big money is doing.

To know what the successful investors and countries are doing amidst the babbling rhetoric of CNBC talking heads and so many so-called experts, all one has to do is look towards the East, and to the holdings of one George Soros for future direction.  Both of these entities are buying gold, even as businesses news sources continue to downplay the precious metal known as real money to prop up the dying dollar and U.S. economic system.


An important positive development for the gold market is billionaire financiers George Soros and John Paulson have again increased their allocations to gold as seen in the latest SEC filings.
George Soros more than doubled his shares in the SPDR gold trust ETF.

He increased his position in SPDR Gold to $137.3 million in the second quarter from $52 million previously. SEC filing for the second quarter showed Soros Fund Management more than doubled its investment in the SPDR Gold Trust from 319,550 shares to 884,400 shares at the end of June.
In September 2010 (see chart), Soros called gold "the ultimate bubble" and largely dumped his stake in the ETF before gold recorded annual gains in 2010 and 2011 and rose to a nominal high of $1,920.30 per ounce in September.

There was speculation at the time that he may have sold the SPDR trust in order to own far safer allocated gold bars.

Another billionaire investor respected for his financial acumen is John Paulson and Paulson & Co increased its holdings by 26% by purchasing an additional 4.53 million shares of the SPDR Gold Trust to bring entire holding to 21.8 million shares. - Goldcore

All The World's Gold
From: Number Sleuth

The life cycle of any currency in the history of mankind is around 40 years.  We are now into the 41st year of the complete fiat back dollar, and the world is preparing for its eventual demise.  China, the BRIC nations, and Russia are all creating trade agreements in currencies other than the dollar.  In fact, the primary reason for the U.S. intervening in Libya and Iran was their move away from the petro dollar and U.S. hegomony.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Central Banks: And then there were three who remained free

There was one primary reason the Obama administration chose to send money and support to the Libyan conflict earlier this year, and it had little to do with overthrowing a brutal dicator.  Certain clues in the rebel camp screamed out the primary purpose for Europe and the US to send troops, aircraft, drones, and even advisors to the conflict that took place over the summer.

Libya was one of only five nations remaining who did not have a privately owned central bank.  Now there are only three.

North Korea, Iran, and Cuba.  And guess who immediately became target number one after Gadhafi was killed?  Iran.

As of the year 2000, there were seven countries without a Rothschild-owned Central Bank:
Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea, Iran
Then along came the convenient terror of 9-11 and soon Iraq and Afghanistan had been added to the list, leaving only five countries without a Central Bank owned by the Rothschild Family:
Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea, Iran
We all know how fast the Central Bank of Benghazi was set up.
The only countries left in 2011 without a Central Bank owned by the Rothschild Family are:
Cuba, North Korea, Iran - Freed Planet

In fact, Cuba has just begun looking into Free Market capitalism for small businesses just this past week, and should this grow, the potential of their being integrated into the global banking cartel is simply one leader with a need for cash away.