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Yet in what is (and continues to be) the most perverse observation, that proceeds without any questions from the mainstream media, the otherwise broke UK, once “bought: a stunning amount of Bonds, or just over $28 billion in the month of May, consisting of $27 billion in Bonds, and $1.3 billion in Bills. The “UK” accumulation patterns continues growing in an exponential pattern, and the country which owned “just” $180 billion in USTs in December, has doubled its holdings to $350 billion in less than half a year.
Originally posted by lardo5150
no offense, but that is your personal blog.
Any evidence to back up the claims?
Originally posted by mr-lizard
I'm not too clued up these issues - so maybe somebody would like to explain it to me in laymans terms. What exactly is the issue, what does or could this mean and what are the potential issues?
Originally posted by pause4thought
If this is in fact what is going on, and the other nations holding debt cotton on, the repercussions would be mind-boggling.
In fact it's so odd you could even ask if it's within the realms of possibility they're somehow all in on the scheme.
Perhaps to be recompensed under a future, global currency?