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After a week ago we learned that the central bank of Tunisia had parted with 23% of its gold stash courtesy of now deposed president who fled the country with a 1.5 ton shipment of gold, it appears that Egypt is preparing for a comparable spike in revolutionary activity. Only unlike the now former Tunisian president whose gold sequestering actions were retroactive and thus, quite lucky to succeed, Egypt has taken proactive measures. According to Egypt News, the country’s airport has intercepted
Originally posted by skeetontheconspiracy
Reply to post by Ophiuchus13
I can personally account for a lot of gold being in Ft. Knox. My dad was one of the lucky hired to do an audit back a few years ago. I think 70s or 80s. They put an ad out for local labor in the local newspaper and he was one of the lucky ones to get the job. They had armed guards present at all times, while the weighed the gold. He even carved his initials in the wall. As for if its been removed since then, that is anyones guess.
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Originally posted by ModernAcademia
Is all the gold still in fort knocks?