Sterling Seagrave: Chinese Cornering Gold, Saudi Rejection of Petro-Dollars, Eastern Gold-Backed Currencies

Have a nice day! Cornering the Gold Market: China Close to Buying Half of World Gold Production In 2013, China bought 1,132 tonnes of the precious metal, making it the biggest buyer of gold in the world. According to the World Gold Council, demand for gold bullion in China will increase by 20% by 2017 …

Sterling Seagrave: In Praise of Chinese Off-Shore Money

In recent days, the media has given flashy prominence to a story about top political figures in China stashing great sums offshore — the list of culprits going back many years to Deng Hsiao-ping. We are told this is corrupt and evil, so we are to be shocked and outraged, when we are told repeatedly …

Sterling Seagrave: Benjamin Fulford Comments on Trillions of dollars’ worth of bonds now in the possession of the White Dragon Society

Thanks Jill for passing this over…..I will comment throughout.  This is exactly where I got my feet wet and where the real power of the world resides and that is with the true owners of these instruments.  All governments are loaned these and of course there is a history on that alone. benjamin July 2, …

Sterling Seagrave: Japan Ignores Prior History, Creating Pre-Emptive Strike Capability

No one reads history anymore. Japan’s Military Moves Toward Pre-Emptive Strike Capability By YUKA HAYASHI Wall Street Journal, 30 May 2013 TOKYO—Japan’s military, long constrained by the nation’s postwar pacifist constitution, moved toward gaining the freedom to strike enemy targets abroad if an attack is anticipated. Read full article.

Sterling Seagrave: OSINT & Truth Network (Bottom Up) versus Fascist Coven Network (Top Down) — Adds Nordic & BENELUX, Switzerland Evaluations

Responding to 2013 Robert Steele Answers on OSINT to PhD Student in Denmark You refer several times to what you call “unethical private sector parties whose only focus is on money in, not intelligence out.” This is what corrupted Truman’s initiative. Covens like this go way back in history, but in the US more recently …

Sterling Seagrave: General Electric, Not the Japanese, is Prime Culprit for the Fukushima Meltdown

“The nuclear plant at Fukushima was built by GE (General Electric), which means it was not the Japanese who miscalculated the risks of building in a flood plain in an area subject to earthquakes and consequent tsunami. GE has been involved in a great many similar projects in Japan for many decades, since long before …

Sterling Seagrave: Reflections of an Old China Hand

Gold rising further except for profit taking bursts. China is buying all the gold it can get, and unloading all the paper dollars it can dump.. Other countries, including Russia are buying gold. I can see the Yuan or RMB playing a larger role as a global currency, but most people are too ignorant of …

2004 Seagrave (US/FR) Interview with Sterling and Peggy Seagrave on Gold Warriors: America’s Secret Recovery of Yamashita’s Gold

We met the authors at their Knight Templar fortress overlooking a southern French bay, where they are in voluntary exile.  What they have revealed about the US theft of the gold stolen by Japen from China, and the subsequent use of that gold to bribe both US Presidents and foreign government leaders, is quite intriguing–precisely …

Yoda: CIA’s Open Source Enterprise Blows (Again)

US to close CIA division’s UK intelligence monitoring unit The US is to close its monitoring unit in the UK, marking the end of nearly 75 years of side-by-side collaboration with the BBC’s open-source intelligence division at Caversham Park. The Open Source Enterprise, a division of the US’s Central Intelligence Agency, has been run out …

Robert Steele: Snap-Shot on Gold & Off-Ledger Accounts

It never occurred to me that accidentally becoming the top Amazon reviewer for non-fiction, partially associated with my being the lead for Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) for 25 years across 66+ countries, would be vastly more important than everything I ever learned across multiple graduate degrees, as a former spy, and as co-founder of the …

SmartPlanet: Staggering Costs of Fukushima Clean Up (Never Mind Toxicity Blowing East) + Fukushima RECAP

The staggering costs to clean up Fukushima More than two years since the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, the Fukushima power plant meltdown is still a major, global environmental problem. And the staggering price tag for cleaning it up continues to rise. The Japanese government just announced that it’s borrowing about $30 billion more to …