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Is it possible that the gold that India supposedly purchased does in fact NOT exist?

 
Dead Man Walking
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11/04/2009 01:06 PM
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Is it possible that the gold that India supposedly purchased does in fact NOT exist?
Is it possible that the gold that India supposedly purchased does in fact NOT exist? That the gold was used as part of the price supression scheme? That in order to cover the fact that there is NO physical gold, India is provided with the money to supposedly purchase the gold that is already in its care? Is this possibly WHY India got the purchase rather than China, because the physical gold DOES NOT exist for actual sale?

The gold market is the most manipulated and corrupt market on planet Earth. Think about this before you discount it.
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11/04/2009 01:11 PM

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Re: Is it possible that the gold that India supposedly purchased does in fact NOT exist?
Working class people cant really grasp the level of structure, control and manipulation. They think their thoughts are their own.
Thats why when you try to talk to those still "enchanted" they think you are crazy - too big a step for them. Involves paradigm destruction. Be glad you are a "fence crawling" sheep.
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Re: Is it possible that the gold that India supposedly purchased does in fact NOT exist?
THE International Monetary Fund has sold 200 tonnes of gold to the Reserve Bank of India, nearly half the total approved by the IMF executive board in September. Proceeds from the off-market sale amounted to .7 billion ($7.4bn), or 4.2 billion of special drawing rights, or SDR, a combination of currencies, the IMF said. Payment is expected to be in major currencies that make up the SDR. IMF managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn welcomed the transaction as an important step toward achieving the objectives of the gold sales program, namely “to help put the fund’s finances on a sound long-term footing and enable us to step up much-needed concessional lending to the poorest countries”.


heads up people....they used SDR's to purchase this gold!
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11/04/2009 01:15 PM
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This explains gold’s recent unusual and simultaneous moves against the four main currencies that comprise the SDR basket: the dollar, the yen, sterling and the euro.
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11/04/2009 01:35 PM
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Re: Is it possible that the gold that India supposedly purchased does in fact NOT exist?
Working class people cant really grasp the level of structure, control and manipulation. They think their thoughts are their own.
Thats why when you try to talk to those still "enchanted" they think you are crazy - too big a step for them. Involves paradigm destruction. Be glad you are a "fence crawling" sheep.
sheeplebah
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People are getting all excited about the India deal, it's a mirage. Something is up.
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11/04/2009 06:27 PM
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Re: Is it possible that the gold that India supposedly purchased does in fact NOT exist?
please read.