If the gravity of the recent move by the Bundesbank to demand a portion of its gold back from the NY Fed, and all of its gold back from the bank of France is lost on you, check this out.
The horrifying reality of the worldwide central banking monetary sham is beginning to cut through, even on CNBC. Although mockingbird host Melissa Lee tries her best to diffuse the outpouring of truth in this ‘Market Mystery’ segment, she fails miserably. Lee kicks off this must-watch clip by asking, “Why is Germany moving gold out of the United States? Why don’t they trust us any more?”
CNBC’s Guy Adami goes on to break it down in a way that surely must have left Mr. Geithner and the Bernank reaching for their red direct-line phones to CNBC censors.
“If you think Germany’s going to be the last, they’re not. People will line up and do this, and you talk about runs on banks? Well, this could potentially be exactly that because if everyone wants there metal back at once you better hope A.) that it’s THERE, and B.) that we’re able to do it. And I’m telling you, the act itself is not bullish gold necessarily but the act itself sends messages about what’s going on in the world.“
At the conclusion of Adami’s rant, Lee sheepishly asks, “Is there maybe not enough gold in the bank?” To which the response is, “Yeah, potentially.” Lee responds, “You sound like a real conspiracy theorist.”
It’s too late for that nonsense Ms. Lee. The cat has been outta the bag for quite some time, and even CNBC’s brainwashed mainstream audience is beginning to see the truth now: The Western fiat banking system is mortally wounded, and this broken paradigm will soon come to an end.