The debate goes on.
The failure of Congress to make a token cut in the National Security Agency’s official budget on July 24 was a green light for the NSA to spy on all Americans, forever. That vote indicated that the NSA owns Congress.
But hold on! Don’t jump to conclusions too fast. Has Congress ever authorized the Government Accountability Office to audit the Federal Reserve? No.
Did it have a chance to do this? Yes: under Pelosi and under Boehner. That was Ron Paul’s bill. It never got to Obama’s desk for him to veto.
Has the United States government ever audited the Federal Reserve to see who owns the gold? No.
Where is the gold stored? In the vault of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Is this a government agency? No, it is a privately owned agency.
Who owns it? That is none of your business — or the government’s.
But what about Fort Knox? Isn’t there gold there? The Federal Reserve System — which is officially owned by the government — says there is gold there, but no one has audited it, either.
But couldn’t the FED have loaned out this gold under gold leasing? Yes.
But has it? It says it hasn’t.
Has this been verified? No. We have already discussed this.
But isn’t the FED audited? Yes, by companies authorized by the FED. But it does not authorize any auditing of who owns the gold.
What happened when the central bank of Germany asked for half of its gold back from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York? It was told that this will take seven years.
Didn’t Angela Merkel scream? No. She remained mute.
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