Welcome to Jim Sinclair's MineSet: "Since the first quarter of 2003, he added, 'we've seen a broad range of Middle Easterners buying gold for storage outside the Middle East, the United States, Europe, or Japan. More people have bought gold over the past five years than in the entire history of mankind.'
The main repositories of these new gold findings, Christian said, were Australian, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand.
The Fedaii organization also alleged that in a separate scheme, pro-Iranian Shiites in Iraq looted the Iraqi Central Bank and one of Saddam Hussein's palaces in the immediate aftermath of the 2003 war, and made off with 200 tons of Swiss-stamped gold bullion. "
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