Stuart Englert: Gold / Silver Breaks The Shackles of Tyranny
Stuart Englert: Gold / Silver Breaks The Shackles of Tyranny by Rory for The Daily Coin
I sat down with Stuart Englert, author of Rigged: Exposing the Largest Financial Fraud in History and Paradox (Trilogy), to discuss what’s happening with the LBMA and COMEX market rigging.
When a currency, any sovereign currency, becomes corrupted, every aspect of that society must, in turn, become corrupt to hide the lie the currency is telling. If every aspect of a society, from government, to business and even the citizens are not corrupted, over time, the lie the currency is telling will come to the surface and the scheme will be revealed. When Currency Becomes Corrupt…
With the volumes of research Stuart has conducted, using GATA’s extensive archives, he seemed like a great source to get an idea of what’s going on in the latest gold and silver market rigging schemes unfolding between New York and London.
With the new information we recently uncovered regarding Russian gold going into London, combined with the Russia deciding for the first time in approximately a decade to discontinue gold acquisitions it seems like something is very much out of balance in the gold “market”.
Was it to send gold to London? Well, we can with confidence that Russian gold was sent to London because 2 bars were reported to be left behind from a shipment. Was this act a set up to announce to the world that Russia was in fact sending gold to London? How does one leave two gold bars – weighing in at a hefty 25 kilos (56 its 3.5 ounces) of gold out of a shipment? How does that happen?
The 25.5-kilogram cargo apparently fell off a dolly while being transported from Russia to London. It has since been shipped to the customer while airport security services are investigating the incident.
Staff at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport have found a case with two gold bars worth 57,9 million roubles, or $750,000.
A photo of the two gold bars lying next to the case has emergedon social media. They were reportedly supposed to be shipped to London but fell off a dolly in the loading area. This is where cargo loaders found them and handed them over to police. London Calling: Where’s Our Russian Gold?!?
People demanding gold that’s not available. Gold lying on the tarmac at an airport and physical gold and physical silver disconnecting from the global pricing mechanism all converging at a time when demand is extremely high and doesn’t seem to be settling down any time in the near future.
Gold has always been money and will remain money for a long, long time to come. Got physical, close at hand?