SECRET BELOW GROUND STASHES
Here's where it gets a little tricky. The largest gold mine in the
world is reported to be the Grasberg Mine in Indonesia with estimated
reserves of 1,250 tons of gold (40M oz). According to USGS the total
economically mineable gold reserves in the world is only 100,000 tons. And of
that the USA only holds about 5,500 tons...or do we?
USA Natural Reserves Policy
Since the early 1900's the United States of America
has had a hidden agenda when it comes to scarce natural resources and
that has been to "use the rest of the world's natural resources
first"! The United States has found vast reserves of almost all highly
desirable natural resources including oil, gold, silver, copper, etc. What
the USA doesn't do is exploit their own resources.
We cleverly disguise these national treasures in Wildlife Preserves,
Ecologically Sensitive Areas, National Parks, Offshore No-Drill Zones and
Nowhere is it more obvious than in the US consumption of foreign oil.
Our oil policy (divide, conquer and steal oil) has been the focus of the
world's hatred of the United States for decades. We go to war under false
pretenses in order to gain access to oil reserves but the US actually holds
some of the largest oil reserves ever found! I discuss this in this article:
The Oil Con
Basically, we knew that one day the fiat money system would end in
massive fraud and failure causing the end of all trade with the lying,
cheating deceitful country that debouched the currency. Why not use everybody
else's natural resources first and hide your own for the future when the
world no longer accepts paper money for hard commodities? Although it may
have seemed like a very ingenious plan, history will likely show that the
"blow-back" created from it's
implementation has caused more harm than good.
So these are my two favorite monster gold deposits hidden by the US
Government for that rainy day when the world no longer accepted our paper
#1 Chocolate Mountain Military Base/Desert Wildlife Reserve
Back in 1994 California Senator Dianne Feinstein orchestrated a very
controversial take over of one of the largest gold
deposits in the world in the Chocolate Mountains of California.
Karen-lee Bixman (no relation:-)
exposes this takeover in her article "The Great Gold Heist".
Donald Fife, spokesman for the National Association of Mining
Districts, said of the heist "The 103rd Congress managed to accommodate
more than a gang of train robbers could achieve in a lifetime when they
approved the Desert Wilderness Protection Act." Fife was commenting on
recent information that indicates tens of billions of dollars in gold
deposits and huge real estate swindles may be the motivating factors behind
"Unbeknownst to the public, inside the range is the world's
richest gold rift zone. Geologists estimate that the gold contained in this
zone is worth between $40 to $100 billion. These are
surface gold deposits which are more profitable to mine than the one-mile
deep gold deposits in South Africa."
"The Mesquite gold mine is one of the top ten mines in the United
States and has some of the most profitable gold deposits of any mine in the
world. To the north is the Chocolate Mountain gunnery range. The Mesquite
open pit gold mine literally stops at the fence that borders the gunnery
"Engineers allege that in 1981 and 1982, Consolidated Goldfields,
which owned the mine at the time, illegally drilled into the gunnery range
area to determine the composition of the ore body. The samples proved to be
of high quality. According to these same engineers, beginning in the
mid-1980s, military helicopters brought high ranking military officers,
Congressmen and Senators to the area to examine these large gold deposits. Congressman
Bruce Vento (D-Minn.) was one of several congressmen and senators who
participated in these highly secretive trips."
According to Wikipedia: The mountain range is home to the Chocolate
Mountain Aerial Gunnery Range, an aerial and gunnery practice area used by
the Navy and Marines. A large part of the Chocolate
Mountains lie within the gunnery range, and are off-limits to the
public. Indeed, areas near the mountains can be dangerous--in one instance,
two jet pilots practicing dropping empty bombs overshot the gunnery range and
bombed a public campground north of the mountains, injuring one man.
Clearly, there is something very valuable to protect in those
And this brings me to my last and probably the most amazing story of
hidden gold (if true).
More to follow…