The Secret Manipulation of Gold – Robert Kiyosaki and Chris Powell (Video)

The Secret Manipulation of Gold – Robert Kiyosaki and Chris Powell Video

As gold keeps rising, and today is hovering around $2,000 per ounce, today’s guest says that this creates competition for the dollar as people move out of the dollar and into gold. This episode reveals how it is completely legal for the U.S. government to manipulate the price of gold to keep the competition for the dollar down.

To understand how the Fed can do this, you have to look back at The Gold Reserve Act of 1934 which was passed under President Franklin Roosevelt at the height of the Great Depression to stabilize the money supply in the U.S. It essentially transferred gold from private hands to the U.S. Treasury by requiring the Federal Reserve and all private persons and entities to remit gold over the value of $100 to the government.

Today’s guest Chris Powell, Director of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (gata.org) says, “The Gold Reserve Act of 1934 created the exchange stabilization fund which has the authority to not only intervene in the gold market, it has the authority to intervene on behalf of the U.S. government and any market in the world.”

Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Chris Powell discuss how it is legal for the U.S. government to manipulate the price of gold and to do so secretly to deceive investors in other countries. Listen to find out what Chris Powell predicts for gold and the dollar over the next five years.

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The Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee was organized in the fall of 1998 to expose, oppose, and litigate against collusion to control the price and supply of gold and related financial instruments. The committee arose from essays by Bill Murphy, a financial commentator on the Internet (LeMetropoleCafe.com), and by Chris Powell, a newspaper editor in Connecticut. Murphy's essays reported evidence of collusion among financial institutions to suppress the price of gold. Powell, whose newspaper had been involved in antitrust litigation, replied with an essay proposing that gold mining and investor interests should act on Murphy's essays by bringing antitrust lawsuits against financial institutions involved in the collusion against gold. The response to these essays was so favorable that the committee was formed and formally incorporated in Delaware in January 1999. Murphy became chairman and Powell secretary and treasurer.