Para guardar las apariencias, y arruinados, los EE.UU. exportan el oro

En 2007 y 2008 los EE.UU. exportaron 5.000 Toneladas métricas, o sea 160:753.733 onzas troy por valor de 128 mil millones de dólares (a precio actual).

Para poner esta horrorosa noticia en perspectiva, los EE.UU. producen al año unas 228 Toneladas de oro, y manifiestan poseer -o poseyeron- 8.100 Toneladas de oro soberano, en Fort Knox, Kentucky, West Point, the Denver Mint y el NY Fed. Esta cifra valor de «exportación» es tan gigantesca que aparentemente -sólo en apariencia- casi equilibra el déficit de balanza de pagos pero en realidad destaca que las cifras de comercio exterior de los EE.UU. son espantosamente falsas.

En 2008 exportaron 3.000 Toneladas de oro

En 2007 fueron 2.000 Toneladas.

Esto es como en La Caída del Imperio Romano, cuando Roma en el siglo V pagaba a los bárbaros en oro -mientras tuvo- para no ser saqueada. Aquí en este caso los bárbaros son los grupos financieros sin cuya confianza el Imperio Americano, exhausto por la guerra y la expansión, no se puede mantener.

Las tremendas consecuencias que esto traerá pronto, muy pronto, la imaginación se tambalea. Es necesario que pequeños países como Uruguay busquen la autosuficiencia en el tema energético sobre todo, y también en otros, o el Colapso de la Sociedad Industrial lo aniquilará.

En cuanto a España ya no vale la pena ni hablar, la ruina total de España está próxima, aniquilada por estos viles optimistas y la vil, ignorante oposición de los pepotes.

U.S. Gold, Going or Completely Gone?

http://www.financialsense.com/fsu/editorials/kirby/2009/0529.html

The United States Geological Survey [USGS] publishes monthly Mineral Industry Surveys designed to provide a macro-import/export-overview of the U.S. precious metals [gold] industry. The data in these surveys is supplied to the USGS principally by industry trade groups such as the World Gold Council as well as official sources like the U.S. Census Bureau/ … /

I took special note of how 2,920 metric tonnes of “Gold Compounds” had been exported from the U.S. in 2008. This number seemed BIGGER than BIG – because the U.S is only alleged to have stockpiles of sovereign gold of 8,100 metric tonnes while annual U.S. mine production of gold is roughly 228 metric tonnes. This figure of 2,920 metric tonnes is equal to 36 % of all alleged sovereign U.S. gold stocks or more than 14 times annual U.S. gold mine production. So, I was left wondering, “just what is/are ‘gold compounds’?

I responded rhetorically, “being an issue of gross value – then let me guess that the U.S. Census Bureau is assigning an astronomically high value to these goods. Such a high value would be COMPLETELY INCONSISTENT with what the U.S. Census Bureau claims these items are- namely, industrial goods. The values being reported would be more in line with these goods being gold bullion or equivalents.

The individual from the USGS confirmed my reasoning when he responded, “that would be CORRECT”.

The Implications

Ladies and gentlemen, the foregoing data and discussion with the USGS individual is proof that the United States of America [or criminal elements within its Treasury and/or The Federal Reserve] “HAS” surreptitiously exported physical gold – and continues to do so. It is confirmed. The exports are likely coin melt [or gold compound, if you prefer] from the great gold confiscation back in 1933; or alternatively, this terminology is being used to disguise physical repatriation of foreign gold bullion formerly on deposit with the N.Y. Federal Reserve. Such repatriations are recorded as “exports” in U.S. Trade data. Public acknowledgement of same would scream like a siren call that the global financial community has totally lost faith in American financial stewardship – hence the need to do so on the sly.

Over the course of 2007 / 2008 – more than 5,000 metric tonnes of “Gold Compounds” have been exported from the United States of America representing more than 62 % of reported sovereign U.S. gold reserves or about 24 times annual U.S. mine production.

5000 metric tonnes = 160 753 733 troy ounces [$128 billion+ at today’s prices]

U.S. Trade Data Is Bogus

The value of these bullion exports significantly “skew” the doctored U.S. Trade numbers [coincidentally, also prepared by the U.S. Census Bureau] in an attempt to convey a picture that the U.S. financial position is improving.

The reality is this, when gold exports are backed-out, the U.S. Trade picture is decidedly worse.

The United States of America claims to possess a little more than 8,100 metric tonnes of sovereign gold stored principally at Fort Knox, Kentucky, West Point, N.Y., the Denver Mint and The New York Fed. The sovereign U.S. gold reserve has not been independently audited since the 1950’s during the Eisenhower Administration. GATA’s freedom of information requests are all about ensuring that the 8,100 metric tonnes of U.S. sovereign gold is still owned by the U.S.

In April, 2008 the Federal Reserve responded to GATA’s request, releasing hundreds of pages of worthless information with significant portions redacted. They also claimed that they were withholding hundreds of additional pages of documents. The status of the withheld documents is currently under appeal.

No credible audit of the Sovereign U.S. Gold Reserve will EVER be allowed – because the gold is simply not there.
Hope you have some.

Por Armando

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