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Did Ukraine Just Airlift Its Entire Gold Hoard To The U.S. Fed?

[Ed. Note: If true, we’re guessing they didn’t ask for Germany’s advice before doing so.]

from KingWorldNews:

There are now reports coming from Ukraine that all of the Ukrainian gold has been airlifted, at 2 AM Ukrainian time, out of the main airport, Boryspil Airport, in Kiev, and is being flown to New York — the presumable destination being the New York Fed. Now that’s 33 tons of gold which is worth somewhere between $1.5 billion – $2 billion. That would amount to a very nice down payment to the $5 billion that Assistant Secretary of State, Victoria Nuland, boasted that the United States has already spent in their efforts to destabilize Ukraine, and put in place their own unelected government.

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5 comments to Did Ukraine Just Airlift Its Entire Gold Hoard To The U.S. Fed?

  • AK

    Looks like Germany could be getting as much as 33 tons of their Gold back this year. Perhaps that is the strategy of the Fed – plunder other countries of their Gold to pay back Germany.

  • stan

    If this is true, they’re morons.

    We already stole Germany’s gold and the rehypothecated gold we gave back to them wasn’t even the amount we said we would deliver!

  • Son of Liberty

    Wow, its that easy to transport 33 tons of gold???

    I thought it would take a few years at least to organize the logistics for that…

  • hal

    If this is true then things have to be spiraling out of control somewhere in the world of global finance. The implications this would have for both the criminality of the “west”( or whoever is really behind that label) as well as for the importance of precious metals on a large scale would be monumental. How there wouldn’t be some type of serious retaliation, I cannot imagine…There must either be a grand show or a grand conflict heating up.

  • chris

    It’s Kingworld… I need to confirm this with an outlet that does not rehypothecate its headlines.

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