As World War two drew to an end,
there were in excess of seven hundred million ounces of gold in Fort Knox.
This represented seventy-five percent of the world’s gold inventory. Today
there is no record of the amount of gold in the National Depository. A
physical annual audit is federal law, but to the present day the treasury
refuses to conduct one. In fact, an audit has not been conducted since
1953 – not since ordered by President Eisenhower. Vatican FileSS
addresses the question - where is the missing bullion from Fort Knox?
Common belief is that by the end of 1971, President Johnson consented to
the Fort Knox gold being secretly removed and drained to London,
supposedly to finance the war in Vietnam.
In 1982, President Ronald Reagan appointed a group of men known as
the Gold Commission. Their task - to report to Congress on the gold
reserve. The following is their final report to Congress.
“The U.S. treasury possesses no gold. The Federal Reserve now owns
all of the gold that was left in Fort Knox, holding it against the
national debt. This money has been stolen from the American citizens and
placed into the hands of a small group of private investors in the Federal
Reserve, the money changers.”
A subsequent visit by world media was merely a staged event for the
cameras. The strong belief is that the rear stacks within the vaults were
nothing more than plated silver bullion.
takes the reader on a thought provoking journey that explores the origin
of Nazi and Ustasha gold hoards. It exposes the ruthless killings by
Ustasha Catholic priests in their routing of gold to Rome’s Vatican and
Swiss Banks. The search for Mussolini’s dumped gold is accurately
documented in this deeply researched work. Exciting and revealing –
is a hard to put down novel. Find a comfortable seat, and buckle up.”