Book review: Gold Warriors by Sterling and Peggy Seagrave
Wish I could say I'm shocked, but I'm not. What is happening today took more than a few weeks or months to put together. Years of work, with the most minute detail, brought us here. The old adage - 'inch by inch, it's a cinch. By the yard, it's very hard.'
This reminds me of the case of two Japanese men arrested at the Italian Swiss border in 2009 with 134 Billion in "forged" US treasury certificates. This would have made them the fourth largest holders of US debt. They were promptly released and the Italian authorities said they committed no crimes, no one has heard from them since.
Why carry around bonds that are impossible to cash out? Perhaps they were actual bonds backed by this stolen gold. I figured they must have been agents of some government or agency caught up by a zealous customs official. Intrigued by this case I read a book, I think by Joseph Farrell. The book didn't have any hard answers as I remember.
The strange part of the case was how no mainstream finance journalist pursued it. This had to be either the largest financial fraud in world history or some kind of secret source of finance for the US/Japanese governments and their alphabet agencies.
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“Of course, the people don’t want war. But after all, it’s the leaders of the country who determine the policy, and it’s always a simple matter to drag the people along whether it’s a democracy, a fascist dictatorship, a parliament, or a communist dictatorship.