By Anna Von Reitz
Anyone who has bothered to listen to news outside the box for the past several years has heard rumors of vast hordes of "Chinese gold" in Indonesia, etc., etc.
You've also heard mindless claims that all the gold of Africa got mined and transported over the Silk Road to China, because, supposedly, the Chinese would only take gold in trade.
That is all plain out-and-out nonsense. The Chinese traditionally traded in jade and in food, because then as now, they had a large impoverished population and relatively little arable land.
The gold in Indonesia is Spanish gold that happens to be under the control of Chinese people. Ferdinand Marcos was Chinese, not Filipino.
The gold was shipped to Indonesia by Spaniards and by trustees of Spanish hordes as long ago as the 1400's. Check out the Crown of St. Stephens---- a bank chartered in the 1400's ---to begin to get a clue of just how active Spanish (and Catholic) interests have been and for how long.