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Chicago Bond Box -- $250 Billion in Bonds

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Chicago Bond Box -- Top View

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Chicago Bond Box -- Reverse View

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Another Chicago Bond Box -- Top View (Notice Broken Seal After Bond Inspection)

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Chicago Bond Box -- $250 Billion in Bonds

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Chicago Bond Box -- Opposite Side

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Chicago $250B Bond Box

[Notice deliberate errors: "This box Treaty of Versailles is Declared"... "Redemp-tion" "Engage-ment", etc.]

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Chicago $250B Bond Box -- Opposite Side

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Another $250B Chicago Bond Box

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$250B Chicago Bond Box -- Opposite Side

[Notice deliberate grammar error: "The Department of Treasury"]

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A More Recent Bronze-Covered Chicago Bond Box

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More Recent Chicago Bond Box -- Opposite Side

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Another $250B Chicago Bond Box -- More Degraded

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Opposite Side

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Another, Cleaner Chicago Box

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Opposite Side With Rust

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Another Chicago $250B Bond Box

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Opposite Side

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Another Chicago $250B Bond Box

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Opposite Side

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Full Bronze $250B Chicago Bond Box

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Full Bronze $250B Chicago Bond Box -- Opposite Side

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$250B Bronze Box -- Top

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$250B Bronze Box -- Bottom

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Another $250B Bronze Box -- Top

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Another $250B Bronze Box -- Top

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Another $250B Bronze Box

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Chicago Federal Reserve $250B Bond Box

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Chicago Federal Reserve $250B Bond Box -- Opposite Side

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25 Billion-Dollar Federal Reserve Bond

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100,000-Dollar Gold Bond [As Pictured in Financial Tyranny]

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$500 Million-Dollar St. Louis, Missouri Federal Reserve Bond

[Notice ridiculous number of deliberate mistakes -- including "St. Louie".

The saddest and most ironic is "redeemable for a period of 33 tears."]

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Billion-Dollar Federal Reserve Bond -- Back Side

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Billion-Dollar Federal Reserve Bond -- Front Side

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Boston Federal Reserve Bond Box -- $250B Total Bonds Inside, Weight 14.5 lbs.

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Bundles of 100,000-Dollar Gold Certificates and Gold-Leaf Inventory Lists

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A More Unusual Type of Federal Reserve Bond Box

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US Treasury Gold Certificate for $100K -- Printed on Gold Sheet

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J.P. Morgan Chase Bank Gold Bond Box -- And Four Gold-Sheet Bonds Below It

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Federal Reserve Bond Mother Box -- $1.5 Trillion Dollars in Bonds

[Phillipine Daily Inquirer newspaper in background for size comparison]

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Federal Reserve Mother Box With 12 Bond Boxes -- Total Value $3 Trillion US Dollars

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Another $3 Trillion-Dollar Federal Reserve Mother Box, Containing Bond Chests and Bonds

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COUNTERFEIT? WHY NOT SEE FOR YOURSELF AND DECIDE...

The bonds were treated as "counterfeit", but looked very similar to the pictures our insiders leaked, just days before. Most of those pictures had never been seen before I published Financial Tyranny.

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100 Million-Dollar Federal Reserve Bond From Seizure in Zurich, Spring 2012

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$1 Billion-Dollar Bond Seized in Zurich, Spring 2012

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Treaty of Versailles Information Scroll Inside Mother Box -- From Seizure in Zurich, Spring 2012

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$250B Insurance Certificate from Seizure in Zurich, Spring 2012

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$1M Green Cards from Seizure in Zurich, Spring 2012

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Italian Police Officers Posing with Three Bond Boxes and Their Contents

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Italian Police Officers Posing with Two "Mother Boxes" and Their Contents

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Close-Up of Chicago "Mother Box" Seized in Zurich, Spring 2012

THE FINAL SERIES -- INCLUDING CURRENCY PICS

In this last series of photographs from the Asian elders, sent to me by Neil Keenan, we have a few more pictures of bond boxes -- apparently some they missed from previous rounds.

Then we see an astonishing amount of currency. Bales and bales and bales of money, stacked on pallets. Enough to make your head hurt just looking at it.

Apparently, these photographs are only still shots from a video that takes you through a complete tour of this bunker -- including huge pallets stacked with cash.

Gold bullion also appears at the end, in huge amounts, stacked on pallets -- as a rousing grand finale.

THEY WANTED REAL CURRENCY

As I said, this money began to be issued when the Asians fully realized the Federal Reserve bonds were worthless -- and could not be cashed. They wanted real currency, not "funny money."

The only people who could print "funny money" -- to the tune of at least 26 Trillion dollars -- were the Federal Reserve banking families... and their corporate cohorts.

In order to run the "magic printing press," they had to seize everything else in the world that was of significant value -- and hide it away from the books, by putting it on "deposit".

The gold itself was buried throughout Southeast Asia -- including Indonesia and the Philippines. There are over 100 bunkers loaded with staggering amounts of gold -- far more than most people could ever imagine.

When the Asians realized the bonds were no good, the Federal Reserve started having to print bales and bales of money for them -- just to meet the interest payments on the current value of the gold that is still being hidden away at gunpoint.

However, since this currency is not yet registered, it cannot be used -- unless it is "activated" by its native country of issuance first.

Of course, none of the currency you are about to see has ever been "activated." It is essentially worthless -- despite how impressive it all looks.

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Unusual-Styled Federal Reserve Bond Box

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Euros Printed into 999.9 Pure Gold Sheets -- in a Box

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Five Federal Reserve Bond Boxes

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A Recent, Massive Container of Bonds or Currency ["Cien Mil" Means 100,000 in Spanish]

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First Stack of Currency

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A Small Pile of Euros

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Bales of Euros in Asian Bunker

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Bales of 10-Euro Notes in Asian Bunker

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One of Four Visible Boxes of 100 Million Euros in Asian Bunker

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Huge Box of Unknown Currency in Box with Australian Kangaroo Logo -- in Asian Bunker

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Bundles of Earlier-Generation Deutsche Marks in Asian Bunker

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Massive Pallets of Cash in Secret Asian Bunker -- Piled Three High in Wooden Crates

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Close-Up of Pallets of Cash in Asian Bunker

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Bundles of 500-Denominated Currency in Asian Bunker

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Bundles of Good Old 100-Dollar Federal Reserve Notes in Asian Bunker

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10,000-Denominated Asian Currency Notes -- Seemingly Endless -- in Asian Bunker

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Huge Pallets of Cash in Asian Bunker

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Close-Up of Huge Pallets of Cash in Asian Bunker

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More of Our Favorite 100-Dollar Federal Reserve Notes in Asian Bunker

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Boxes of Cash in Asian Bunker

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Huge Pallets of Currency in Asian Bunker

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Huge Pallets of Currency in Asian Bunker -- Wider Angle

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Shelves with Incredible Amounts of Currency in Asian Bunker

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Bundles of Cash in Asian Bunker

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Bales of Brazilian Reals in Asian Bunker

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Stacks of Gold Bullion in Asian Bunker

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Additional Stacks of Gold Bullion in Asian Bunker

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Close-Up of Asian Gold Bullion Bars

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Even More Close-Up View of Asian Bullion

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Even More Pallets of Gold Hidden in Asian Bunker

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Buried and Recently Unearthed Asian Gemstones, Currency and Human Remains From Bunker Site

MILLION-DOLLAR EURO NOTES

More recently, the banking families tried to pass off sheets of Euro bills that were allegedly worth a million dollars each -- to the increasingly frustrated Asians who have still never been properly paid the money they are owed.

The biggest and most painful fraud of all, in this case, is that each note clearly says "NOT LEGAL TENDER" on it!

They obviously think the Asians are stupid -- but they know exactly what is going on, and are working to end this once and for all -- and free our planet.

During a video chat, Neil Keenan held up one of these sheets for me, which he was only allowed to possess for a short time.

At this point he was not willing to have his face go public, so he was not in any of the shots.

I advised him on how to move the sheets so we could get wide shots as well as close-up views.

Here are the results:

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Close-up of Million-Euro Note. Notice it says "Not Legal Tender" -- just in case they tried to cash it.

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Million-Euro Notes on Uncut Paper -- Two Visible in Shot

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Million-Euro Notes -- Reverse View

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Full, Uncut Sheet of Twelve Million-Euro Notes -- Front Side

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Full, Uncut Sheet of Twelve Million-Euro Notes -- Back Side

THE TRUTH IS FINALLY COMING OUT

It frankly amazes me that this story has still remained secret for nearly a year after I published this massive investigation.

For some perma-skeptics, no evidence will ever be sufficient. For other "true believers," no evidence is necessary.

Nonetheless, as the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words.

However, a full documentary -- on one of Russia's premier television networks, seen by millions of people -- is worth much, much more.

None of these pictures were available online until now, so they will not be in the Russian documentary.

Nonetheless, these images add significant, additional supporting information to the case.

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Okay, that's fuging nuts.

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I have often wondered how many real bearer bonds are floating around.

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Forgive me for my ignorance concerning these issues yet again, but what do all those pictures mean?

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Guess how bearer bonds are tracked?

They aren't.

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Forgive me for my ignorance concerning these issues yet again, but what do all those pictures mean?

Nevermind, saw the story on the page before.

That is awesome.

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are those pics of bonds not registered somewhere?

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are those pics of bonds not registered somewhere?

read the article.

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saw pics of bonds on my phone. didn't realize there was a previous page. yeah, i posted a similar article a few months ago about fake bonds flooding the market.

i thought this was slightly dif.

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here it was

page 3 from the vancouver sun, but that article is no longer there.

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hay guyz, I'd thought I'd pop in on page 45 here and ask if any arrests have been made yet?

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