9/11, Deutsche bank and Alex Brown or Was The 2000 Repatriation Of German Gold Another Act of Insider Trading

The last few weeks some revelations have baffled the Financial world. First of all Everybody wants to know where the German Gold is after the budget watchdog ordered a probe into the quality and availability of the German Gold reserves.

What was the most baffling of the revelations that Deutsche bank had repatriated in the utmost secrecy some 950 tons of gold bringing the 1,440 tons of Gold in London down to a mere 500 between 2000 and 2001.

It is speculated that this was because Gordon Brown at the time ordered the sale of England’s gold at absolute bargain prices and the German bank had become nervous about losing its Gold, however….

Here are some facts that might hint at other reasons for repatriating the Gold to Germany.

the Deutsche bank acquired Alex Brown in the year 1999. Alex Brown was  a bank specialized in speculation for the very rich and the alleged 9/11 hijackers and heavily implicated in the insider trading leading up to the events of 9/11.

Alex Brown was at some stage headed by Buzzy Krongard who became the CIA director in 1997 and he was equally implicated in the 9/11 events.

The period of repatriation was between the acquisition of Alex Brown and the events of 9/11.  Begs some questions:

  • Was Deutsche bank repatriating the gold on a whim or did it return the gold because it wanted possession of the Gold in case of economic collapse in the aftermath of 9/11?
  • If they did repatriate the gold as the result of insider knowledge why did they not repatriate all the gold from London, France and New York?
  • Could this have been because the amount they removed from London was what was allowed in return for silence?
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