One must understand, while the Rat’s corrupted British Courts fight over who the Gold belongs to, they do not have to produce the gold which has probably already been sold on the open market, or moved to the Ratschilds personal underground nuclear proof vault.
Let this be a lesson, when you allow someone else to “store’ your gold, it is their gold, not yours.
The Ole Dog!
Since Juan Guaido declared himself acting president of Venezuela in January 2019 instead of elected head of state Nicolás Maduro, the Bank of England has expressed uncertainty over the fate of the gold reserves stored in its vaults and who should be entitled to them.
The Venezuelan Central Bank (BCV) has won the first round of appeals against a ruling by the High Court of England and Wales, a lawyer revealed.
The UK High Court earlier recognised opposition politician Juan Guaido as “interim president” of Venezuela and gave him the right to access the country’s gold reserves. Now, the UK Court of Appeals has rejected this position and ordered a detailed judicial review of the dispute.
Dispute Over Gold Reserves
The British government has been backing the head of Venezuela’s Congress, Guaido, as the president of the country since his self-proclamation on 23 January 2019. At the time, Guaido asked the Bank of England, which holds around $1 billion in gold, to prevent the country’s elected president, Maduro from accessing it.
In May, the BCV filed a lawsuit against the Bank of England in a bid to recover control over its funds stored in the UK, which the Maduro government said they needed to fight against the coronavirus.