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Olympic False Flag Would Solve Cartel’s Allocated Gold Problems

 
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07/25/2012 03:25 PM
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Olympic False Flag Would Solve Cartel’s Allocated Gold Problems
By now you have heard the speculation regarding the possible false flag event at the London Olympics. You have also likely seen the Illuminati Card Game card referencing the attack.

Most postulate that the attack is motivated by a desire to “clamp down on us further.” I’m not convinced about this though as the “clamping down” is occurring almost daily without any such draconian measures needed. Therefore, allow me to offer another possible motive….but to do so I need to remind you of a few pre-911 events.

1. Gold and silver bullion were removed from the World Trade Center vaults prior to the 911 attack…although amounts, values, & ownership have never been confirmed as far as I can tell.

2. Just weeks prior to the 911 attacks, Larry Silverstein took out $3.55 billion dollar insurance policy on the WTC which included terrorist attack provisions….although in fairness, not having sufficient insurance on such a large purchase, and not having “terrorist coverage” (after the 1993 WTC attacks) would have been imprudent and irresponsible.

3. Irregular short selling of stocks (in particular airline stocks) took place prior to 911.

The point of the above is to highlight that financial losses were minimized and some amazingly “prescient” speculative trades were rewarded as the result of 911.
Moving forward to today….what do we know for certain?

1. Last week the venerable 137-year-old London Metal Exchange was sold for $2.19 billion to the Chinese state-controlled Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx). The price was 134 times earnings (!)—a stunning number—but the purchase gives China insight into metals markets it never would have had otherwise.


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