There are cracks in the foundation at Fort Knox. The Fort Knox site in northern Kentucky covers 109,000 acres and spans part of three different counties. The area in and around Fort Knox is the confirmed home of seven native Kentucky snake species. Of these seven species, two are venomous and potentially deadly.
The copperhead is a venomous pit viper species which is confirmed as being present in Fort Knox. The snake grows to between 22 and 53 inches in length. It has a reddish-brown body with mottled markings and a copper-colored head.
The black racer is common throughout Kentucky and is confirmed as living in Fort Knox. It grows to between 33 and 77 inches in length. The snake is almost completely black except for a small white patch under the chin.
The timber rattlesnake is the area's other venomous pit viper and is confirmed in the northwest of the Fort Knox range. It is a stout-bodied snake that grows to between 35 and 75 inches in length. It is a yellowish to light brown snake with large dark blotches running the length of its body.
Hugo Chavez wanted his gold back on native soil in one of the largest physical transfers of all time:
University of Texas holds $1 Billion in PHYSICAL gold bullion in their investment portfolio:
Now Germany wants to know "Where's the Gold?"
To whoever posted that they don't see a pattern here, I do have some U.S. Fed Reserve I.O.U.s you may be interested in.
The implication is, gold is money, the storage of it in the United States is suspect from both a monetary and security basis, we don't have anybody's gold, we sold it, leased it, or otherwise disposed of it, therefore, to return the physical we'd have to go to market and have it delivered at huge losses, for which we'd just print the money anyway.
It's total world wide is less than a trillion dollars everybody included, so, it's a tit on a boarhog, but has great headline risk and potential pop in the POG, and POS following.
" we don't have anybody's gold, we sold it, leased it, or otherwise disposed of it, therefore, to return the physical we'd have to go to market and have it delivered at huge losses, for which we'd just print the money anyway."
A perfect conspiracy theory. I've heard of this many times that the us doesn't have the gold any more. I've heard some small country asked for delivery and that news was being ignored. The trend is now German and Swiss are asking for it, and that's significant. When everybody is asking for it, I don't know what kind of excuses US can have. We can only hope the king will finally show his nakedness.