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A large portion of Germany's massive gold reserves are stored abroad, mainly in the Federal Reserve in New York. But are the bars really where they are supposed to be? A dispute has broken out over whether the central bank needs to check on its gold, or if Germany can trust its international partners. Gold has been natural money for thousands...

The destruction of the worldwide economic order in the wake of World War II encouraged world leaders in 1944 to form a meeting to generate alternatives. This conference, referred to as Bretton Woods, resulted in the development of a new global fixed exchange rate regime with the U.S. dollar playing a central role. Under the Bretton Woods system, an ounce of...

In his excellent thesis, The Babylonian Woe, David Astle stated: "It seems that almost none of the scholars make any serious effort to throw light on the real meaning of  private monetary emission, and the disastrous effects that it has had, and in finality, will have, towards the defining of the remaining period of time of man upon this earth,...

The IMF and the World Bank, were created at a meeting of global financiers and politicians held at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, in 1944. Their declared objectives were to encourage universal exchange and to settle the trade rates of national currencies. The unannounced objectives were quite different. They were the end of the gold-trade standard as the premise of money...

The following conversation was published in the British weekly magazine of humour and satire, Punch. (April 1957) It is a nice mental exercise to loose the mind for the thread about the bearer bonds and gold topic occuring through the Maier files history. Q. What are banks for? A. To make money. Q. For the customers? A. For the banks. Q. Why doesn't bank advertising...

In 1899 Alexander Del Mar stated in his book "Barbara Villiers or A history of Monetary Crimes", this: FROM the remotest time to the seventeenth century of our era, the right to coin money and to regulate its value (by giving it denominations, a belief of worth) and by limiting or increasing the quantity of it in circulation, was the exclusive...

  “The bank hath benefit of interest on all moneys which it creates out of nothing.” — William Paterson, founder of the Bank of England in 1694   “The idea of a national bank is dead, and will not be revived in my time.” — Zachary Taylor President Zachary Taylor opposed the creation of a new Private Central Bank, owing to the historical abuses of the...

Alexander Del Mar disclosed the "monetary secret of the ages" For thousands of years this mechanism was a great source of power to whoever held it. Elements of the Roman establishment drew great strength from their control over it, until its effects helped bring down the Roman empire from within. Venice's profits from it helped spark the Renaissance. It was quitely...

The third episode of Maier Files, titled Cargo S-44, is now available as PDF e-book ! Get it here: WEB-shop! Cargo S-44, episode 3, is the new stunning follow-up to the Prequel and episode 2, Awakening, of the Maier Files series. Find out what happened to Lena Müller after she was brutally kidnapped. The story continues  with the first mission of division...