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Russian policy study group notes GATA's exposure of gold price suppression
2:17p ET Friday, February 8, 2013
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
GATA's work has come to the attention of a public policy study organization in Russia, the Strategic Culture Foundation, whose researcher, Valentin Katasonov, notes particularly GATA's publication of secret records from the International Monetary Fund confirming gold price suppression by Western central banks:
Katasonov's analysis, published yesterday, is headlined "IMF Information Leaks: Central Banks' Gold Manipulations" and it's posted in English at the Strategic Culture Foundation's Internet site here:
And in Russian at the foundation's Internet site here:
Russian officials have been watching GATA's work for a long time, at least since 2004, when the deputy chairman of the Bank of Russia, Oleg Mozhaiskov, with whom GATA had not previously had any contact, spoke approvingly of GATA in his address to a meeting in Moscow of the London Bullion Market Association:
Mozhaiskov seems to have been warning the Western bullion bankers that Russia was now on to them.
Amid the depression and despair in the monetary metals industry in the West, it must be remembered that the East -- not just Russia but China too --
-- knows exactly how the gold market has been rigged and presumably is positioning itself to profit from the scheme's undoing.
Martin Luther King Jr. said no lie can live forever --
-- and the lie against gold is being found out.
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
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