Germany’s Gold Repatriation and Brown’s Bottom

Submitted by SD reader Jack

Sometimes we need to look back in history to “connect the dots”. In 1999 Gordon Brown started selling England’s gold into the market place. This was done by auction and announced. Coordinated as if it was meant to keep prices low. Most people think Gordon Brown was just stupid. It would now appear that we have now found the reason for this market manipulation of gold at the time.

The 400 tons of gold that Gordon Brown dumped on the market between 1999 and 2001 (60% of the UK’s gold reserves) likely went DIRECTLY TO THE BULLION BANKS FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF MEETING THE BUNDESBANK’S 1000 TON GOLD REPATRIATION REQUEST!!

If Germany was demanding it’s gold of roughly 1000 tons, which likely had already been rehypothicated, it would have caused an explosion in prices to accumulate that much gold to cover Germany’s demand.
Mind you, this request for the repatriation of their gold probably came years before they received it. England was obligated to see to it’s return and coordinated with it’s Bullion Banks who were in trouble as they had already sold it into the market place and could not get it back.

England publicly announces it is selling its gold which catches the market by surprise and keeps prices low, while the Bullion Banks accumulate enough gold to honor Germany’s request of the return of 1000 tons.

The 400 tons of gold that Gordon Brown dumped on the market between 1999 and 2001 (60% of the UK’s gold reserves) likely went DIRECTLY TO THE BULLION BANKS FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF MEETING THE BUNDESBANK’S 1000 TON GOLD REPATRIATION REQUEST!!

Once all the dots are revealed, they start to make sense. China probably learned of this some time ago and another reason they have been accumulating so much gold.

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