Did the Fed Steal Ukraine’s Gold? – Questions For Corbett #017

by | Sep 30, 2014 | Questions For Corbett | 7 comments

In this edition of “Questions For Corbett” James answers questions on the U.S. constitution, the 9/11 insurance cases, censorship in the media, the DTCC conspiracy, bitcoin, global warming, the drug war, whether or not the Federal Reserve stole Ukraine’s gold reserves and much more.

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The Constitution of the United States: Fast Facts

The Federalist No. 40 (Continental Congress resolution on “federal convention”)

Notes of the Secret Debates of the Federal Convention of 1787

The Constitution of No Authority by Lysander Spooner

Larry Silverstein’s WTC lawsuit thrown out

Silverstein cleared of blame for 7 World Trade’s fall on 9/11

Airlines exempt from Sept. 11 environmental claim -U.S. court


Monsanto kills Fox News story of their BGH hormones in your milk

Richard Grove reveals the truth about Lowell Bergman and “The Insider”


Stock, Bond Certificates Held by DTCC Damaged by Sandy Flood

Сегодня ночью из “Борисполя” в США страртовал самолёт с золотым запасом Украины (original Russian language story on pilfered gold)

Ukraine’s Gold Reserves Secretely Flown Out and Confiscated by the New York Federal Reserve?

New York Fed on Ukrainian gold reserves: Don’t ask us

Wall Street Journal on “Scythian gold”

Bitcoin.org: Securing Your Wallet

Global warming ‘pause’ explained

Data Tampering At USHCN/GISS

List of excuses for ‘the pause’ in global warming is now up to 52

95% of Climate Models Agree: The Observations Must be Wrong

Skull & Bones & opium

A Brief History of CIA Drug Running

You Do Not Talk About Fight Club


  1. James, myself and I’m sure many other subscribers would volunteer for the administrative tasks and take some of the load of your shoulders. You don’t have to hire an assistant. Just give a shout out to your subscribers for specific tasks that you would like to delegate.

    WordPress surely offers some functionality to create roles with specific authorizations for different users. This way you don’t have to rely on a single person and no one would have full control of the website but yourself. You’d have to trust these volunteers, but by compartmentalizing you can contain the risks.

    In India, when you want to wish someone bad luck, you wish him many employees. Hiring an assistant won’t make your life easier.

    Let me finally add that you don’t have any obligation to anyone to keep up this schedule. I support you because I like the quality of your content, there is no quantity quota you have to meet. Take care of yourself and your family first.

  2. ^ what he said – its quite possible we typed the same thing at the same time 🙂

  3. Thanks for answering my question James! I have done much researching on the topic since I submitted the question, including reading the notes of Mr. Yates and discovering the anti-federalist papers. I will check out Lysander Spooner’s insights as well.

    Is it better to wait a while before submitting another question or is it best to submit early and often so that they can “get on the list” so to speak?

  4. #QFC: James, what is going on in JFK’s “Secret Societies” speech? Everybody says he is speaking of the “NWO”, but he starts off tounge-in-cheek on the CIA (being 10 days after the Bay of Pigs) but then seems to drift off onto the Soviet Union.

    So what is your interpretation? Is he referring to the NWO? CIA? Soviet Union? None of the Above?


  5. RE: Constitution of No Authority

    Interesting read. I wanted to pass along some further writing on the subject from an establishment source, Joseph Story (of SCOTUS fame), who waxed philosophical on the subject a few decades before Spooner’s essay:

    “Every State, however organized, embraces many persons in it, who have never assented to its form of government; and many, who are deemed incapable of such assent, and yet who are held bound by its fundamental institutions and laws. Infants, minors, married women, persons insane, and many others, are deemed subjects of a country, and bound by its laws; although they have never assented thereto, and may by those very laws be disabled from such an act. Even our most solemn instruments of government, framed and adopted as the constitutions of our state governments, are not only not founded upon the assent of all people within the territorial jurisdiction; but that assent is expressly excluded by the very manner, in which the ratification is required to be made. That ratification is restricted to those, who are qualified voters; and who are, or shall be qualified voters, is decided by the majority in the convention or other body, which submits the constitution to the people. All of the American constitutions have been formed in this manner.”

    There is more there as well.

    Joseph Story, “Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States”, 1833, Volume I, pg. 295, section 327.


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