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Germany Has Committed Its 3400 Tons Of Gold To Collateralize Its Commitment To The European Debt

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The Financial Survival 26 Oct 2011 : the game is to keep Greece and others solvent , if Greece goes down the Euro goes down...

Germany in their commitment they have committed their 3400 tons of Gold to collateralize their commitment..

If they had done that the German people will go ballistic , all the sovereign nations will lose their sovereignty ....the problems in Europe has not been solved it is going to be an ongoing monstrosity...

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Never mind, they can always print money. Hopefully they will pick a paper for the notes that burns cleanly.

As Bob said this information has come from one source so may be unfounded. Does anyone know how Germany has managed to amass 3400 tons of gold.Was it nazi plunder or legitimately purchased? We appear to have about 300 tons and no sign of adding to it , whereas Greece have been recent buyers. The madness continues.

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