Thursday, February 26, 2009

Ft. Knox Incoming?

I cannot vouch for the credibility of this report, but it does make sense under multiple scenarios...

Just got off the phone with an inside source... As it was explained to me Fort Knox is now seeking the logistical support to warehouse large amounts of new Gold...

This is for incoming not outgoing gold...

What this means I will leave up to you...
Looks like the the US is making moves to BUY Gold while the Dollar is Strong...



LOL. I just had to add this comment someone posted on GIM under this video...
Expect the price of bricks and gold paint to spike soon.

Update -

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Speculation is nothing more than rumor. 'Undisclosed sources' are even more vague...Why even bother to put a rumor on this board? We're going to hear untold numbers of rumors during this economic collapse. Most will not be true!
I'll stick to the facts...

Elihu

FOFOA said...

Hi Elihu,

Yes, this is just a rumor. However, it is a rumor that, if true, bears significance to the theme of this blog and the thoughts of Another. That is why I posted it.

Another told us back in the late 90's that the super-wealthy were accumulating gold in preparation for a change in the international monetary system. It has been speculated by me and others that if the change is coming soon, that governments and central banks would be secretly accumulating gold right now in preparation for that event. Can you see why this rumor is intriguing to me?

FOFOA

SatyaPranava said...

not sure if this comment will be read or not by Elihu, but I believe that in a world where there is much history in fiction and much fiction in history, one CAN have rumors that are facts and are true. Also, one can have unreported and unknown (classified) things that are true.

But most importantly, one can have all the evidence based in "facts" in the world and in the corporate media, and still not even get a 200 mile-whiff of truth.

I appreciate these rumors, and rely more on my critical thinking abilities to help me better understand what I think to be going on. Moreover, like Einstein said, sometimes "imagination is more important than knowledge." who knows where such an idea may lead, "true" or not.

but i also understand your strategy to eliminate such speculation (which could be outright mis/disinformation).

best of luck.

prana

FOFOA said...

Hi Prana,

I read all your comments. I doubt Elihu will though. He probably never came back to this blog since this post probably ruined my credibility in his eyes. Some people just don't get it.

FOFOA

SatyaPranava said...

well hopefully not for his sake. again, i appreciate sometimes wild speculation when it's touched w/skepticism, caution, etc. sometimes even when not. sometimes it's necessary to get caught up into a fascinating and scintillating possibility only to find yourself (like your roadrunner and wile E coyote video) running off the ledge. you fall, dust yourself back off, and tighten the screws a bit on the critical thinking cap.

I'm not even sure an objective truth exists out there (much to the shock of my philosophy mentors, as well as science and medical professionals), so i'm surely not going to say what is and is not truth. i merely entertain possibilities and go with those which have energetic resonance.

hopefully elihu will come back, as he is missing a very "spot-on" set of discussions and perspectives here, even it fails to achieve "common journalistic standards." hell, many of those standards (and many others) are what keep them from reporting what's going on. hence i take my chances in the more etheric realms.

for while both (corporate journalism and blogism) may run w/a pack mentality, the latter has the advantage (and sometimes disadvantage) of so many more heads. hence it's much more intellectually democratic and self-correcting (at least from my view). i ramble...but come back elihu! :)

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