LETTER TO THE EDITOR




The need for a new way of thinking of how our public officials work for us is necessary.
The Sheeple have been programed to believe that there is no way we can address or correct
the abuses of office and power the government agents, a.k.a. Public Servant, who continues to deny our requests for reasonable service.



There are ways that this problem can and has been corrected in 9 different states and a hundred plus communities in our Nation.
We THE People of Michigan need to investigate and take peaceful reasonable action in conjunction with these other communities.



If this is of interest to you, then it would be good to have as many people in the community to assemble and discuss the
possibilities at having an effect on these outrageous actions that offend and alienate us/We THE People of Michigan.



For more information, call 1-989-450-5522, between 2: PM to 7: PM Monday thruThursday.



Johnny Angel, Grayling Mich.


THE STATEMENTS AND OPINIONS STATED
IN THIS LETTER TO THE EDITOR ARE NOT THOSE OF THE PUBLISHER!

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Thursday, November 1, 2012

Germany to the Fed: We Demand to See Our Gold!

Germany to the Fed: We Demand to See Our Gold!

Posted by Adam English - Thursday, November 1st, 2012
As previously reported, the German federal auditors' office has publicly criticized Bundesbank, its central bank, saying they should be more pro-active when it comes to taking control and responsibility for the county's gold reserves stored in the United States, Britain, and France.
Now they're encountering the same thing domestic politicians and citizens in the USA have faced for decades. The Fed is stonewalling the Germans and refusing to let them even see the gold they own.
Previous and repeated requests were only partially addressed. Bundesbank staff members were allowed to see the facility in 2007, but they reportedly only made it to the anteroom of the German reserves.
Bundesbank auditors made a second visit in May 2011. This time one of the nine compartments used to store Germany's gold was opened. Only a few bars were pulled out and weighed, but that was it.
Even the details of this minuscule inspection were blacked out in a German auditor's report “out of consideration for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.”
So far, the 1,536 metric tons of gold, worth about $93 billion at spot prices, has only been backed up by personal assurances.
The Fed's secrecy has warranted increasing suspicion and concern. It is understandable to limit access as much as possible for security reasons.
However, these are high-ranking officials with $93 billion in deposits. The Fed is merely holding the reserves for the Germans and is refusing to allow them to inspect what they own.
The Fed's actions only help validate claims that Germany's gold is long gone or been lent out and that promissory notes -- official “IOUs” -- are sitting in the vault. The Fed has vehemently denied the claims but has worked tirelessly to avoid any form of inspection.
The leaked report from the German auditors has caused grave concern in Berlin about the gold reserves entrusted to the Fed.
Bundesbank board member Carl-Ludwig Thiele cautiously stated, "I would like more transparency on the issue."
However, tame assurances and diplomatic understatements will not suffice. Thiele was summoned to Berlin to provide an explanation to a parliamentary budget committee.
Heinz-Peter Haustein, of the pro-business Free Democratic Party, stated during the hearing, "all the gold has to be shipped back."
The Bundesbank has pledged to bring back and inspect 150 tons of gold from abroad over the next several years. There are also plans to count and weigh the gold bars stored in one of its nine chambers at the Fed in New York.
As to what inspecting a mere 11% of Germany's reserves will actually settle, when a direct inspection will occur and how much of the 150 tons shipped back to Berlin will come from the Fed, no details are available.




Dwell in possibility.  ~ Emily Dickinson

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