The Great Gold Swindle: Yamashita's Gold 75 Years of Philippine Corruption

The Great Gold Swindle: Yamashita's Gold 75 Years of Philippine Corruption

by Phoenix J Powers

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The Great Gold Swindle: Yamashita's Gold 75 Years of Philippine Corruption by Phoenix J Powers

One conspiracy theory has Japan, during WWII, bringing tons of gold to the Philippines and burying it. After the war the US government colluded with Japan to steal this gold. This became known as Yamashita's gold.
In 1961, it is also believed that the US government stole more than $9 billion in gold from a family in New Mexico. Since the early 1970's people have spent billions of dollars in their search for gold in the Philippines with no luck. How did Ferdinand Marcos then make his billions? One man died in 1972 with $1 billion in cash and gold. Who was he and how did he get his money? Who was the US Senator too busy eating dinner to help people during the 1986 People's Revolution. How did a reported prostitute obtain a US visa? How did a British mother solve her own sons murder. Why does Imelda refuse to give the money back to the Philippines? The Philippines, corruption, murder and scams from the greatest gold swindle in the history of the world known as Yamashita's gold.

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ISBN-13: 9781105589102
Publisher: Lulu.com
Publication date: 03/20/2012
Sold by: LULU PRESS
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 791 KB

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