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Germany Wants Gold

Germany is the only solvent state in Europe. It is necessary that Germany, not the ECB take charge. They are willing to help and to take control of the EU so long as they have gold as collateral. Phoenix Capital Research describes the situation:

Folks, the EU End Game is now officially in play. Germany has played its hand: if you want us to foot the bill we want your Gold. This tells us:

  1.  Germany is aware that most EU Sovereign bonds and paper are garbage (this is confirmed by the fact that Germany has passed legislation allowing its own banks to dump EU Sovereign bonds into a bailout fund during a Crisis).
  2. Germany will only put up more money if it’s granted fiscal control of the EU and Gold bullion as collateral.
  3. Germany is the REAL monetary power in Europe (not the ECB).

In a world of failing fiat currency, paper carries no weight. Germany understands better than most countries what is apt to happen to the value of the Euro. They wants gold as collateral.

2 thoughts on “Germany Wants Gold”

  1. Pheonix blurbs seem to ignore Bundesbank holdings of Target 2 reserves of E644 billion ( or about $1,000 billion). In the past, accordingto WSJ, page C12, 13 June, “the Germans would get gold under the gold standard. But under Target 2, they are simply registered as accounting claims and liabilities”.

    My understanding of Target 2 is one Central Bank buys debt from another Central Bank. WSJ “… central banks have effectively taken over from private markets in funding the current account deficits of financiallystressed nations” .

    So Monty’s theme the Central Banks will fund deficit is re-inforced by Taarget 2, I don’t think Target 2 is in ECB Excess Reserves number of over $1,000 billion because what Germany has as a surplus is a deficit for other side on the ECB books.

  2. I agree with you and I’m not the only one.

    Did you read Jim Sinclairs comments recently?

    “….My feeling is simply that the end is not near, but it is here…..”

    Be interesting to see what happens to the EU after Greece’s election this weekend.

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