The Secret Gold Treaty: the truth behind World War II gold, Nazi plunder and elite plans to control our financial future

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The Secret Gold Treaty: the truth behind World War II gold, Nazi plunder and elite plans to control our financial future David Guyatt Deep Black Lies, 2000 $23 (U.S.) including p & p from the Deep Black Lies website: http://www.deepblacklies.co.uk/   For reasons of economy this has been published on a CD-ROM, but in […]

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Harold Wilson, the Bank of England and the Cecil King ‘coup’ of May 1968

[…] to Charles Coombs, at the Federal Reserve Bank (FRB) of New York. Since 1961 Coombs had been responsible for all Treasury and Federal Reserve operations in the gold and foreign exchange markets, and as such had been central to operations designed to support the pound in the New York foreign exchange markets, as well […]

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Moscow Gold: ‘the Communist threat’ in post-war Britain

[…] has been the confirmation that the Soviets were also funding communist parties around the world — including the Communist Party of Great Britain. There really was ‘Moscow Gold’ in there after all, and KGB gold at that. Confirmation of this at the British end came from senior party figure Reuben Falber, who looked after […]

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Gold Warriors: America’s Secret Recovery of Yamashita’s Gold

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[…] Seagrave London: Verso, 2003, h/b, £17   The story in brief: before and during WW2 Japan stripped the countries it occupied of its transportable wealth — – gold and other precious metals, diamonds, cash, bonds and so on. As the war turned against them this was buried in various locations, many of them in […]

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Was there a ‘communist threat’?

[…] clear to me – of the programme contained in the ‘British Road to Socialism’ had been written by the Soviet Politburo and approved by Stalin himself.(152) Moscow gold? There was ‘Moscow gold’ – bags of used notes, as well as the subsidy by virtue of the Soviet Union’s bulk order of copies of the […]

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Enemies Within?

[…] material here. My second disappointment with this book is that the author has not made enough of the revelations of Soviet covert funding of the Party. Moscow gold The existence of ‘Moscow gold’ means that our understanding of the Party post-war has to change. Mr Beckett has not done this sufficiently: the ‘Moscow gold’ […]

John Maynard Keynes and the Anglo-American Special Relationship: a Reinterpretation

[…] after November 1967, when sterling devaluation became unavoidable as a result of Britain’s economic weakness. It fell apart in 1971, with the devaluation of the dollar against gold, and was superseded by an era of floating exchange rates which has lasted to the present day. Nevertheless the IMF has continued to play a powerful […]

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The economic background to appeasement and the search for Anglo-German detente before and during World War 2

[…] world, and through the preservation of sterling’s status as an international currency, was rapidly reestablished after the vicissitudes of 1919-25 and underlined by the return to the gold standard in 1925. This ‘normalcy’ would not have held the field for so long had its appeal been limited to Whitehall and the Square Mile. At […]

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We Were Lied to About 9/11: The Interviews by Jon Gold

[PDF file]: We Were Lied to About 9/11: The Interviews Jon Gold, 2018 Free online in pdf format at . John Booth Jon Gold was one of the earliest campaigners for truth about the events we call 9/11 and this book is the transcribed text of his audio interviews conducted over several years. His interviewees range […]

Black Gold: The New Frontier In Oil For Investors

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George Orwel London, John Wiley, 2006, £18.99, h/b   Having reviewed Matt Simmons’ Twilight In the Desert for the last issue of Lobster I looked forward to reading George Orwel’s book as Simmons’ appreciation appears on its cover. Orwel provides a good analysis of the peak oil debate concluding that the truth lies somewhere in … Read more

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