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Aug 9, 2015

Bundesbank hasn't secured Germany's gold, repatriation campaign leader says: GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH - August 9, 2015.

Bundesbank hasn't secured Germany's gold, repatriation campaign leader says

Submitted by cpowell on  Sunday, August 9, 2015 7:38p ET Sunday, August 9, 2015

On behalf of Matterhorn Asset Management, freelance journalist Lars Schall interviews the leader of Germany's gold reserves repatriation campaign, Peter Boehringer, about gold's role in the international financial system and the failure of Germany's central bank, the Bundesbank, to secure and account for the nation's gold reserves. The interview is 14 minutes long and is posted at Matterhorn Asset Management's Internet site, Gold Switzerland, here:

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

The Guardian Australia's Morning Headlines - August 10, 2015 ( U.K Time Zone).: Liberals elect new Speaker, Coalition poll slump, Aussies want climate action, Nagasaki atomic bomb.

Guardian Australia's MorningHeadlines
Monday 10 August 2015
Liberals elect new Speaker


Liberals to elect a new Speaker as parliament resumes – politics live
MPs return to Canberra after the six-week winter break to elect a new Speaker of the House of Representatives after the resignation of Bronwyn Bishop – and to mourn the loss of Liberal MP Don Randall. All the developments from Canberra, live
Australians fear Coalition is not taking climate change seriously, poll shows
Climate Institute survey reveals overwhelming support for wind and solar energy as the Abbott government seeks to limit support for both
Coalition slumps to five-month low in polls following expenses scandals
Coalition’s primary vote falls below 40% in latest Newspoll, with Labor now ahead 54% to 46% in two-party-preferred terms
Donald Trump jab at Megyn Kelly may be beginning of end for GOP frontrunner
Mogul insists he did not imply anchor was menstruating and seeks to link Bush comment on women’s health to Romney ‘47%’ gaffe
New Zealander is first woman to finish shark-infested California swim
On Saturday, Kim Chambers became the first woman to finish what’s called the world’s most difficult swim, from Farallon Islands to San Francisco