Italy’s gold exports to Switzerland soared 35% year over year in February, after already increasing 65% in 2011 to 120 tonnes.
Somehow BBC attempts to spin this into positive news for Italy and a sign of recovery for the nation, claiming ‘Experts
say improvements in the trade deficit could be a sign that Prime
Minister Mario Monti’s economic reforms are starting to take effect.’
We take that back. An exponential pick up in Italy’s gold exports
clearly is a sign that ex- Goldman Sachs Senior Adviser and leading
Bilderberg Group member Mario Monti’s ‘economic reforms’ are starting to
And by effect, we mean the looting of the Italian people.
Italian exports of gold ingots to Switzerland have soared in recent months, data has shown.Exports to Switzerland were 35.6% higher than in February 2011 “mainly because of sales of non-monetary raw gold”, statistics agency Istat said.
This followed a 34.6% year-on-year rise in exports to Switzerland in January…
Experts say improvements in the trade deficit could be a sign that Prime Minister Mario Monti’s economic reforms are starting to take effect.
While Monti hasn’t agreed to donate Italy’s vast gold reserves to his bankster buddies just yet, rest assured that this is coming once the Italian debt crisis reaches a climax.