With an avalanche of ever-tantalizing news stories and upcoming nail-biting scheduled officialdom events in both Europe and the U.S. all hitting the gold market at once in September, discerning the story that could propel some distance from Jim Sinclair’s exosphere target of $1,764 in the gold price weighs heavily in favor of the WikiLeaks story and its potential explosive impact on the price of gold from today $1,900 print to Sinclair’s ultimate target of $12,000+.
Though the European financial crisis soap opera moves from Greece and Portugal to, now, Italy and Germany, shifting temporarily away from France, with Belgium’s dirty laundry on deck in case there’s a lull in the action, the WikiLeaks release of a U.S. State Department internal cables on the subject of Beijing’s plan for undermining the U.S. dollar through the gold market even trumps the Israel/Turkey potential gray-swan military conflict brewing in the Mediterranean (could ex-CIA operative Robert Baer be right about an Israeli attack in the region by the fall?).
The leaked State Department U.S. embassy cable – 09BEIJING1134, published by WikiLeaks exposes both the clandestine operations at the Fed/Treasury as well as reveals who’s been sleeping with the enemy.
According to China’s National Foreign Exchanges Administration, China’s gold reserves have recently increased. Currently, the majority of its gold reserves have been located in the United States and European countries. The U.S. and Europe have always suppressed the rising price of gold. They intend to weaken gold’s function as an international reserve currency. They don’t want to see other countries turning to gold reserves instead of the U.S. dollar or euro. Therefore, suppressing the price of gold is very beneficial for the U.S. in maintaining the U.S. dollar’s role as the international reserve currency. China’s increased gold reserves will thus act as a model and lead other countries toward reserving more gold. Large gold reserves are also beneficial in promoting the internationalization of the renminbi.
And now we all know that Beijing knows of the gold suppression scheme, and that Washington knows that Beijing knows of the scheme. So what does that mean for the gold price?
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