Gold Counterfeiting: German TV discovers 500g Tungsten bar from bank

[YouTube does not allow 'embeding' of this video, so just follow the link! Speaking of which, look for the number of 'views' this video has... odd, to say the least. YouTube must be "feeling the pressure" to keep its content 'NWO-Approved', or is this type of 'soft censorship' official YouTube policy? In any case, the info in this video has colossal consequences... We already know paper-debt-money is worthless, but now gold?!]
German TV station, ProSieben, finds what appears to be proof of gold counterfeiting, in the form of tungsten gold substitutes coming to the W.C. Heraeus foundry, which is the worlds largest privately-owned precious metals refiner and fabricator, located in Hanau, Germany.
The foundry has isolated at least one 500-gram tungsten bar due for melting, originating from a (so far) unnamed bank, which, as the head of the foundry stated, made the unpleasant discovery that not all that glitters is gold.

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