Skip to comments.Two Billion in Ukrainian gold takes wing, but to whom?
Posted on 03/17/2014 10:01:11 AM PDT by Oldpuppymax
All of the gold in the Ukraine is rumored to have been flown out of Boryspil Airport, Kiev at 2 a.m. Ukrainian time early on March 11 according to an unsubstantiated email CiR just received. The entire Ukrainian gold stash could have taken flight into the New York Fed via an Atlantic air transport airlift according to a former Goldman Sachs hedge fund manager based out of Hong Kong.
Here is the text of the Email sent to CiR that carried the warning that This has not been verified, and has been linked to King World News Blog, dated March 11, 2014: There are now reports coming from Ukraine that all of the Ukrainian gold has been airlifted at 2 a.m. Ukrainian time, out of the main airport, Boryspil Airport in Kiev, and is being flown to New York...
(Excerpt) Read more at coachisright.com ...
“the New York Fed “
it’s safe there
If this is true, then the EU will not longer care about Ukraine.
That’s funny, I just an e-mail from a Doctor Vlademir Cuzoikis asking me if I would help him transfer 2 billion dollars of Ukrainian gold into the company for a 10% commission....
If that’s the case, they can kiss it goodbye. All of it will make part of some of the gold that we will use to repatriate the small part of German gold that was requested and that we said will take us 7 years to get them. Of course, most of our own gold is gone as it was used to manipulate the gold market (probably sitting in Chinese vaults) and prevent people from seeing just how much we have depreciated the dollar compared to real money.
Well, at least the German’s will be happy.
Sure hope it wasn’t on MH370.
It is in a bank in Beverly Hills under somebody else’s name.
That was my first thought, they have to get Germany’s gold from somewhere.
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