Where are Germany’s Gold Reserves? What is Fractional Reserve Banking?

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250kg gold bar
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Where indeed is Germany’s gold. Well, supposedly, its being held by the Bank of France, the the ‘Federal’ Reserve Bank, and the Bank of England. Or is it? If you are new to this topic, the following few videos and articles might help start to elucidate the issue. Hopefully for your continued research. Also included are a few videos that explain the ‘elephant in the room’ of finance, the Fractional Reserve Banking practices that are the root of the problem. Important to keep in mind that most countries in the world, if not all, have this system. So although the explanations revolve around the US, it is happening in all countries. Your country most likely.

Of special note, is the ‘IMF’s Epic Plan…’ article that explains an excellent solution that some of you may be familiar with, that being, the elimination of money created by banks and moving to a system of money created by the state. Basically the elimination of the fractional reserve lending system we currently ‘enjoy’. Of course the article goes into more detail, along with a eye opening history lesson, so I encourage you to read this for yourselves.

Videos:

Goodbye, German Gold?

Fractional Banking and the Federal Reserve System Explained!

Fractional Reserve Banking – Debt Based Currency Scam Explained by Eric Padden

Articles:

Some Follow-Up Questions For The Bundesbank, And Its Gold

IMF’s Epic Plan to Conjure Away Debt and Dethrone Bankers

The Chicago Plan Revisited

Extra:

‘Officially’ reported gold holdings

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One Response to Where are Germany’s Gold Reserves? What is Fractional Reserve Banking?

  1. Pingback: Germany Missing 45% of its Gold ‘Stored in US’ | The Red Pill

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