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  • NinjaKlaus

    I've been seeing articles in magazines and eventually the internet since the first gulf war, my grandparents when we were kids used to watch these old guys talk about buying gold because the country was unstable due to wars and the prospect of this or that.

  • StarFlower

    This sounds a little speculative. Sure, maybe those gold resources are stored, maybe they're empty, but most of us aren't in a position to know. On the one hand, why believe the authorities, but on the other, why believe this article?

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