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  • Book-1 Chapter 24: Give Me Some Truth – Stolen Gold Reserves

    Dr. K. speaks of  the origins of his wealth:

    “How many bars?” asked Lou.

    “When we finally got through with all the red-tape and actually
    got in to see it, we counted 54 bars”, Bonner said.

    “Where did he get it all from?” Brian asked.

    Dr. K. emptied his glass and placed it down on the table before
    him. Still looking down at it he began to slowly rotate the empty glass
    with the thumb and index finger of his right hand. “Dad served under
    Patton, in the Third Army. He was there, in April 1945, when they
    rolled into the village of Merkers. He was in the CIC, a counter
    intelligence unit. Some of the locals, he talked to, let on that the Nazi’s
    had been very busy at a potassium mine nearby. They found sacks
    and sacks of money, coins and in a vault, thousands of bars of gold
    bullion, when they checked out the mine.”

    “He pinched the bars?” Brian said.

    Dr. K. stopped turning the glass and looked up at Brian. Before
    he spoke, Bonner interjected, “The gold bars that we saw in the safe
    deposit room in Zurich, were without any identifying marks. The
    gold found in Merkers was from the Reichsbank and had been moved
    out of Berlin. Those bars had identifying marks.”

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  • Book-1 Chapter 7: Come Together – Stolen Gold Reserves

    Lou’s interview with Dr. K.

    But why WU, why not just scrap paper money and return to gold or silver
    based currency?

    “Because such things limit the size of an economy. A country only has so
    much gold reserves. So when the size of a country’s economy needs to grow
    greater than their reserves, they resort to borrowing,(or helping themselves to
    their neighbor’s reserves like the NAZI’s did). This debt burden is what has
    caused so much trouble for every nation down through history.

    Whereas WU has no such limitations. A country can have unlimited growth
    from a human based economy. Only it’s people’s work ethic and population
    are the limiting factors.”

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