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What these Freedom of Information requests actually contained is not, however, even revealed by the WSJ, except hilariously in one passing reference to “‘The Wall Street Journal filed Freedom-of-Information requests with the New York Fed.
Among the Journal’s findings, from a heavily redacted tour-guide manual provided by the Fed: Tour guides are informed that “visitors are excitable” and should be asked to “please keep their voices down.”‘ Why doesn’t the Wall Street Journal do a full publication of all the NY Fed FOIA responses that it received and publish them on its website?
I have done a lot of in-depth research into the NY Fed gold vault and its customer base, for example, see my articles “ The NY Fed has never provided any of the following: – details of the names of the central banks and international financial institutions that it claims to hold gold on behalf of – details of how much gold is held by each customer – details of whether any of the gold stored in the vault is under lien, claim encumbrance or other title – details of whether any of the custody gold is lent or swapped – details of location swaps and / or purity swaps of gold bars between the NY Fed vaults and other central bank or commercial bank vaults around the world – details of the fact that nearly all of the gold bars supposedly held in the NY Fed vault are a combination of old US Assay office gold bars and low grade coin bars made from melted coins The NY fed has never allowed the conduct of any independent physical gold bar audits or published any results of its own audits.The article, titled “”, can be read on the subscription only WSJ site here, but is also viewable in full on both the Fox News Business and Morning Star websites, here and here.It also appeared on the front page of the Wall Street Journal print edition on Friday, August 11.However, predictably this did not stop some mainstream US media critics from denouncing the WSJ article such as can be seen in the following tweet from a POLITICO ‘ I would wager that this Ben White chap has never asked the New York Fed any serious questions about its custody gold, preferring instead to throw around tweets using accusatory language such as ‘lunatics’.
But this sort of reaction is par for the course from elements of the cheerleading US mainstream media, who seem to feel an obligation to protect the Fed and the status quo of the incumbent central bank led financial system from any valid criticism.
On August 10, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) published an article about the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY) custody gold and the NY Fed’s gold vault.