On his July 23, 2014 Real World of Money appearance on One Radio Network with Patrick Timpone, currency historian and financial analyst, Andy Gause, implied that there’s nothing to World Bank whistleblower Karen Hudes’ claims about 50-year gold-backed bonds (starting at 14m). Audio here:
Timpone: “We had Karen Hudes, the World Bank whistleblower, she was on the show, and she was talking about 50-year-old bonds, that uh, blah blah, right — gold-backed bonds.“
Gause: “Yeah, I got ‘em. You know, you can buy 600 million at face value, for, you know, 20 grand.“
Timpone: “And supposedly the banks never paid interest the interest on them, and now they’re doing all this stuff. Could there be something to this?“
It becomes immediately obvious in his responses when you listen to the audio that he doesn’t think much of these claims about any gold-backed bonds being worth much more than collector items.
For more on Karen Hudes, see my articles:
1) Andy Gause casts doubt on Karen Hudes’ gold claims
2) Joel Skousen’s critique of World Bank whistleblower Karen Hudes
3) I’m blowing the whistle on World Bank whistleblower Karen Hudes
and my July 2014 interview with SGT Report.