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Central bankers are losing the war on gold

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News Date: September 3, 2020

The central bankers, Wall Street - the usual suspects - they are losing this war on gold as they have done in the 1960s, Middelkoop told the Keiser Report.
The year the author was referring to is when the London Gold Pool existed. The group was comprised of several central banks, which dumped their gold reserves to keep bullion price at $35 per troy ounce. Middelkoop says that now we can see the second London Gold Pool is failing.

Zimbabwe to issue more gold coins

Zimbabwe hails gold coin success and wants to issue more.
Gold coins used as currency in Zimbabwe will soon be available in smaller denominations, the central bank says.
Those higher-value gold coins are available to buy at approved banks and are tradeable locally.
Sources: bbc.com

Gold operates as money without states or bankers

Gold does not need the state or its bankers to operate as money, because individuals choose it as money on the market century after century. The solidi bear the names & faces of the 5 different emperors who issued them, Honorius was the last Roman emperor to rule Britain.
Everything in life eventually goes to zero.
Gold is one of the only elements in the universe that never dies.
Gold is universally recognized and adorned.
Gold is legacy wealth. Nothing else even competes.
Sources:twitter.com/GoldTelegraph

Trump: Things are happening that I cant talk about

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Sources:www.youtube.com, www.whitehouse.gov

Central bankers are losing the war on gold

The central bankers, Wall Street - the usual suspects - they are losing this war on gold as they have done in the 1960s, Middelkoop told the Keiser Report.
The year the author was referring to is when the London Gold Pool existed. The group was comprised of several central banks, which dumped their gold reserves to keep bullion price at $35 per troy ounce. Middelkoop says that now we can see the second London Gold Pool is failing.

Gold price up as Fed begins historic ETF purchase program

The US central bank (FED) began purchasing ETFs holding corporate bonds for the first time ever Tuesday as part of its pandemic rescue package.
Such injections into the economy have generally lifted investor demand for safe-haven assets like the precious metal as fears of inflation and currency debasement grow.
Source:mining.com

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