Urgent: Arrests Imminent
Posted 12 December 2012 - 02:44 PM
He doesn't let any of you people's negativity bother him.
As I have said, much of this is hard to believe, but keep powering forward dude.
Posted 12 December 2012 - 05:15 PM
General Tamla Baw, the Karen National Union’s President resigned on the first day of the KNU’s 15th Congress held at Lay Wah Camp, Hlaing Bwe Towhship in Karen State. General Tamla Baw, who had a long and distinguish career as a soldier said in his opening speech at the KNU Congress.
“I will resign at this Congress. I advise those who remain working in the KNU, that they have to work in the right way and to develop and bring on the new leaders. When electing new leaders at this Congress, please elect the right people who have the ability and the intelligence to analyze the political situations. Leaders are not those who are followers but can lead the people.”
In his opening speech, General Tamla Baw, stressed that, “the KNU is the Karen national revolutionary organization and is working hand-in-hand with all people for the emergence of peace. In this case we should not blame and oppose our heroes who sacrificed their lives during our struggle.”
The KNU 15th Congress has asked President General Tamla Baw and Padoh David Tha K’paw to take on the chair and the KNU General Secretary, Naw Zipporah Sein, the 1st Secretary P’doh Saw Hla Ngwe and 2nd Secretary P’doh Saw Dot Lay Mu to be the Congress facilitators.
Attending the Congress will be all KNU districts, seven military Brigades, the General Headquarter, KNLA Headquarter representatives and representatives from Karen communities inside Burma and from outside the country – all together there 175 people will attend.
The Congress will hear statements from a diverse range of representatives that include the Karen State culture and literature, the Abbot of Taung Kalay, former political prisoner, Min Ko Naing, the leader of the 88 New Generation, the Australian Karen Organization, the National Democratic Front, the United National Federation Council, the National League for Democracy (Liberation Area), the Arakhine Liberation Front and the European Karen Network.
The daughter of the charismatic Karen hero and martyr, Saw Ba U Gyi, Thelma Gyi will also attend and speak at the Congress. The Congress is due to finish on December 7th.
Posted 12 December 2012 - 05:17 PM
* Retail tycoon held in inquiry into privatised road companies
* Miskovic seen as one of Serbia's most influential figures
* Made money under Milosevic, flourished under democrats (Adds analyst, edits)
By Aleksandar Vasovic
BELGRADE, Dec 12 (Reuters) - Miroslav Miskovic, a billionaire tycoon who built a retail empire during Yugoslavia's bloody collapse and went on to become one of Serbia's most powerful people, was arrested on Wednesday as part of a corruption investigation.
The swoop climaxed months of accusations against Miskovic by Defence Minister Aleksandar Vucic, the government's anti-graft czar who took power six months ago promising to get to grips with deep-rooted organised crime and corruption.
Success on that front is crucial for Serbia's candidacy for membership of the European Union, with Belgrade pushing for accession talks to start in 2013.
Miskovic, a slight, bespectacled 67-year-old who is estimated to be Serbia's richest man, was arrested at his home in the snowbound capital, Belgrade. Eight others were also taken into custody, including Miskovic's son, Marko.
"The message to everyone in Serbia is that there are no more untouchables," said political analyst Zoran Stojiljkovic. "Regimes and governments changed, but he (Miskovic) stayed. This is now a clear message that nothing is off the table."
The chief organised crime prosecutor said those arrested were suspected of illegally milking millions of euros from a group of privatised and now bankrupt road maintenance companies.
"According to charges ... as co-owners of privatised road maintenance companies between 2005 and the end of 2010, they siphoned off funds and property and made financial gains of as much as 2.9 billion dinars ($33.4 million)," prosecutor Miljko Radisavljevic told Reuters.
Miskovic's Delta Holding company issued a statement denying any irregularities. "We are absolutely sure of the legality of operations by Delta Holding and its owner (Miroslav) Miskovic," the company said on its website. It said the board of directors would continue to manage the company.
CHANGE OF POWER
His arrest was a bold move by the governing coalition, an alliance of nationalists and socialists who last shared power at the tail end of Slobodan Milosevic's 13-year rule, when Vucic was the feared minister of information and Serbia was at war with NATO.
The Belgrade government says it is serious about tackling crime, though some Western diplomats fear it is motivated more by political score-settling than genuine reform.
Police said they had stepped up security for Vucic, saying Miskovic had threatened him during the arrest. Miskovic's lawyer denied his client had threatened anyone.
Under Milosevic, Serbia became a pariah for its role in the wars that tore apart Yugoslavia in the 1990s. As ordinary Serbs became mired in poverty, a brash elite made fortunes busting sanctions and profiting from cosy ties to the president.
Miskovic served briefly as deputy prime minister under Milosevic in 1990, but quickly switched to private business. When Milosevic was ousted in 2000, Miskovic survived and then flourished under the pro-Western Democrats who took power.
With over 7,000 employees, Delta Holding has interests in retail, agribusiness, real estate and insurance in Serbia and the Balkans region. It is the exclusive distributor of Nike and a franchise partner of Costa Coffee.
In 2007, Miskovic was worth a billion dollars, according to the finance magazine Forbes. In 2011, he sold his Delta Maxi supermarket chain to Delhaize, a Belgium-based retailer, for 932.5 million euro ($1.21 billion).
Last year, Delta Holding says it turned over 1.42 billion euros ($1.85 billion).
The pro-Western Democratic Party was voted out in May this year, punished for a bruising economic downturn and accusations of cronyism - and replaced by a socialist-nationalist alliance.
Since then, police have arrested more than a dozen businessmen, including two ex-cabinet ministers from the former ruling Democratic Party, on charges of corruption, fraud and abuse of office.
($1 = 0.7693 euros) (Editing by Matt Robinson and Mark Heinrich)
Posted 12 December 2012 - 05:20 PM
Police has searched several offices of Germany’s biggest bank, Deutsche Bank AG, in connection with a carbon credit tax evasion case. The Bank’s Co-CEO Fitscheand and CFO Krause are currently under investigation.
Five hundred police officers raided Deutsche Bank offices and other private residences in Frankfurt, Berlin and Duesseldorf on Wednesday.
Five arrest warrants for bank employees were issued following the major Frankfurt office raid, in which the building was surrounded by more than 20 police cars.
According to the prosecution, 25 Deutsche Bank employees have been suspected of serious tax evasion, money laundering and attempted obstruction of justice, including Co-Chief Executive Officer Juergen Fitschen and Chief Financial Officer Stefan Krause.
The raid was a part of the CO2 tax evasion probe, Deutsche Bank confirmed in a statement, adding that it was “cooperating fully” with the prosecution.
The investigation of CO2 emission certificates trade by Deutsche Bank employees has been going on since early 2010, with six people sentenced to jail by a German court last year.
Those already convicted in the 300 million euro tax fraud case bought the CO2 emission permits abroad without paying taxes on them. They then went on to resell of the certificates among themselves, skimming off the total value in unpaid taxes.
The prosecution is now investigating if Deutsche Bank employees assisted the fraudsters’ trade.
The EU law limiting CO2 emissions for companies allows for the selling of some carbon tax certificates if the company doesn’t emit its total limit of CO2. Other companies that need to increase their CO2 limit can then buy these excess certificates, opening a potential loophole for fraud.
Posted 12 December 2012 - 05:23 PM
Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki may step down due to changes in the country’s cabinet, his chief of staff Emad al-Dayemi announced on Tuesday.
“Marzouki will leave his post if he feels that his presence is not at the service of his country,” al-Dayemi said, adding the president’s decision came in reaction to the remarks made by Ennahda Movement officials that reforms in the Tunisian cabinet may include a resignation of the president.
Marzouki took office only to serve his country and not to secure the interests of any given party, al-Jazeera quoted him as saying.
Marzuki will not be forced to step down and he will resign on his own will, the Tunisian official added.
Al-Dayemi’s remarks came after some officials in the ruling Ennahda Party spoke of Marzouki’s resignation for reshuffling the cabinet.
On Saturday, Moncef Marzouki asked the nation’s Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali to appoint a new cabinet as protests over economic hardship continue to sweep the streets of the North African state.
In a televised national address on Friday, President Moncef Marzouki said that the country’s coalition government had not “met the expectations of the people” and asked that a new one, smaller and specialised to deal with the unrest, be formed.
Posted 12 December 2012 - 05:26 PM
President Fernando De la Rua resigned and fled the government palace in a helicopter, driven from office by a devastating economic crisis and days of rioting that left 22 people dead and homes and supermarkets across Argentina ransacked.
De la Rua's sudden downfall yesterday came amid Argentina's worst unrest in a decade. Screeching tear gas canisters arced across the capital and police fired rubber bullets at thousands of anti-government protesters in the runup to his fall.
Rioters looted houses and stores in other cities, and more than 200 people were injured nationwide.
"I'm delighted he's finally gone. Thank God!" said Maria Andrejuk, who was among those celebrating after tensions eased across much of Buenos Aires. But as night fell, some looting persisted.
Now Argentina's faltering economy awaits the hands of a caretaker government led by the party founded by strongman Juan Peron in the 1940s. The Peronists take their turn at trying to tame a crisis that has left the country perilously close to defaulting on its $132 billion debt burden.
Senate Leader Ramon Puerta was in line to take over today as interim president until a special legislative assembly decides whether to call new elections within months.
De La Rua was departing as one of the most unpopular leaders in Argentina's history, driven out by nationwide protests by thousands of Argentines fed up with his calls for more belt-tightening.
In working-class neighbourhoods in Buenos Aires province, hordes of teenagers ransacked grocery stores as outnumbered police stood by helplessly, while helmeted officers fired tear gas to disperse dozens of looters in a central Buenos Aires neighbourhood.
Earlier in the day, the capital's streets looked like a battleground. Fires smouldered and smoke curled over the Plaza de Mayo outside the ornate pink government palace as thousands gathered to vent anger over the economy and call for De la Rua's ouster.
Black-clad officers swung truncheons, fired rubber bullets and aimed water cannons on the seething crowds of demonstrators. Many shirtless youths hurled sticks and cobblestones back at police lines. Scores of people, weeping from acrid tear gas, fled with rubber bullet wounds.
Across the nation, 22 people died, police said.
Protesters called for De la Rua to step onto the balcony and face the people, shouting, "Come out! Come out!" The shutters stayed shut, and the palace was surrounded by iron barricades and scores of riot police.
De La Rua declared a state of siege late on Wednesday, assuming increased powers to quell the two days of unrest. Economy Minister Domingo Cavallo quit early yesterday, followed by reports that the entire Cabinet offered to resign.
With chaos on the streets, De la Rua made a final bid to hold onto his presidency, calling for the opposition to join a national unity government.
Rebuffed by opposition leaders, he tendered his resignation hours later in a handwritten letter.
As the sun set behind a haze of tear gas, De La Rua's helicopter lifted off from the government palace rooftop and took him to his suburban residence. The heliport hadn't been used by a departing leader since Isabel Peron was pushed out in a 1976 coup.
The collapse appeared to end a gruelling political crisis that began more than a year ago with the resignation De la Rua's vice president, Carlos Alvarez.
De La Rua took office in December 1999 with a popularity rating above 70 percent, a no-nonsense image and a pledge to improve the economy. But he soon became seen as indecisive, and left with ratings in single digits.
"I think he totally lacked direction and he clearly couldn't fix the economy," said Pablo Mario Alvarez, 50. "I was excited when he first came to office, but that quickly faded."
Discontent with De La Rua was stoked by four years of bitter recession that exhausted the country and left it lurching close to default on its massive public debt.
Though De la Rua technically remained president, media reports said Congress would accept De la Rua's resignation and appoint Puerta interim president in a session this morning.
He faces a tough job. Growth, production and business confidence are plummeting, and unemployment has topped 18 per cent.
Many analysts now predict the new government will likely end the Argentine peso's one-to-one peg with the dollar, in place since 1991. While it helped Argentina vanquish hyperinflation more than a decade ago, today it is blamed for making Argentine exports uncompetitive abroad.
Any devaluation of the peso could mean instant bankruptcy for thousands of Argentines, along with many of the country's largest businesses. More than 80 per cent of contracts and debts are denominated in the dollar.
Before De la Rua's resignation, a senior White House official said President George W. Bush's administration would wait for the dust to settle before deciding what, if any, action to take to help Argentina recover.
The official said limited direct financial assistance has not been completely ruled out, although the Bush administration still wants Argentina to resolve its problems through the International Monetary Fund.
Earlier, U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill said the Bush administration, the IMF and the World Bank would continue working with Argentina to pull it back from the brink of economic collapse.
But he said the initiative to put Argentina on solid financial footing "has to come from the leadership of the country. It's not something that can be imposed from outside."
Posted 13 December 2012 - 03:23 PM
(Reuters) - China has dismissed a top official in the southwestern province of Sichuan after putting him under investigation for "serious disciplinary violations", the official Xinhua news agency reported on Thursday.
Sichuan's deputy party boss, Li Chuncheng, is the most senior person to be investigated since Xi Jinping became leader of the Chinese Communist Party.
Xi has vowed to crackdown on corruption, warning last month that if corruption was allowed to run wild, the party risked major unrest and the collapse of its rule.
"The central government has decided to remove all leadership positions of (Li)" due to suspicion of "serious disciplinary violations", Xinhua said in a brief report on its website, without elaborating.
The term "serious disciplinary violations" usually results in criminal charges.
Xi, who was named party leader in mid-November and will assume the presidency at an annual meeting of parliament in March, has appointed Wang Qishan, a man known as "the chief firefighter" for his ability to deal with crises, as his top graft fighter.
State media said a week ago that Li was being investigated by the party's discipline watchdog.
Li had served in Sichuan since 1998 and had been party chief of the prosperous provincial capital, Chengdu. He was only appointed as the province's deputy party boss in September of last year.
Li had also been elected to the party's Central Committee, a ruling council with about 200 full members and 170 or so alternate members, at last month's congress as an alternate member.
(Reporting by Sui-Lee Wee; editing by Jonathan Standing)
Posted 13 December 2012 - 03:26 PM
Attorney General Eric Holder’s chief of staff, Gary Grindler, plans to resign his post at the Department of Justice on Wednesday. Grindler was directly involved in the Operation Fast and Furious scandal.
Congressional investigators from House oversight committee chairman Rep. Darrell Issa’s and Senate Judiciary Committee ranking member Sen. Chuck Grassley’s offices detailed Grindler’s involvement in a recent report. They say Grindler, with other senior DOJ officials, “attended a detailed briefing on Operation Fast and Furious in March 2010.”
“Despite the evidence presented at the briefing of illegally-purchased firearms being recovered in Mexico and in the U.S., Grindler and Siskel failed to ask probing questions or take any significant follow-up action to monitor and supervise the conduct of the case,” a press release accompanying the report added.
Grindler’s handwritten notes from the meeting have become a focal point of the Fast and Furious investigation in Congress.
At that time, Grindler was Holder’s Deputy Attorney General – the second-highest ranking Justice Department official. On Jan. 3, 2011 – after Border Patrol agent Brian Terry was killed, but before Fast and Furious was known to the public – Holder moved Grindler from the DAG spot over to become his chief of staff. Throughout the Fast and Furious scandal’s development up until this point, Grindler has remained in that spot.
The DOJ’s internal Inspector General also ripped Grindler for his part in Fast and Furious. “We determined that Grindler learned on December 17, 2010, of the link between weapons found at the Terry murder scene and Operation Fast and Furious but did not inform the Attorney General about this information,” the Inspector General wrote. He chided Grindler for relying on the FBI, which was incapable of investigating crucial facets of the case:
In a late Monday statement, Issa lauded Grindler’s resignation and said he expects more Fast and Furious accountability in the near future. “Gary Grindler was appropriately faulted by his Department’s own Inspector General for keeping information about a connection between the murder of a Border Patrol Agent and a mishandled department operation away from the Attorney General and the Department of Homeland Security,” Issa said in a statement. “His departure from the Justice Department is warranted and long overdue. Other figures in Operation Fast and Furious are currently being evaluated for their conduct in the reckless effort that needlessly placed lives in danger. I expect more departures and discipline to come.”
We believe that he should have informed the Attorney General as well as made an appropriate inquiry of ATF or the U.S. Attorney’s Office about the connection. Grindler told us that he was relying on the FBI to investigate the homicide and that would include investigation of the weapons in question. We found that Grindler’s reliance on the FBI was misplaced given that it did not have the responsibility to determine whether errors in ATF’s investigation led to the weapons ending up at the murder scene or why ATF failed to take law enforcement action against Avila for nearly one year and did so only after Agent Terry’s murder. We also believe that Grindler should have ensured that the Department of Homeland Security was informed about the linkage.
When asked if his resignation this week has anything to do with Fast and Furious, a Justice Department spokesperson told Breitbart News that the two are “not related at all.”
In a statement, Holder praised Grindler. “Since returning to the Department in 2009, Gary has distinguished himself as an exceptional public servant, a trusted advisor, and a principled leader,” Holder said. He continued his ovation:
More than 130 House Republicans and several GOP U.S. senators have demanded Holder’s resignation in the wake of the gun-walking scandal. A bipartisan group in the House also voted Holder into civil and criminal contempt of Congress.
Throughout his tenure – as Acting Deputy Attorney General and as my chief of staff – Gary has played a central role in our work to protect the American people and I will always be grateful for his dedication to the Department, his service to our Nation, and his sound advice and personal friendship. He has demonstrated time and again his good judgment and an ability to make the tough – and correct – decisions. I cannot imagine the Department without Gary, though I wish him all the best as he considers opportunities in the private sector – and I know that his extraordinary contributions will continue to guide our efforts.
Over the weekend, reports surfaced that several other officials involved in Fast and Furious were fired.
Posted 13 December 2012 - 04:04 PM
Posted 13 December 2012 - 10:26 PM
The liberal media is on this administrations side. Obama could receive a extramarital blowjob in the Oval Office and it still wouldn't matter.
He probably enjoys anal dildo sex from his wife. Who would beast him anyway.
Posted 16 December 2012 - 02:35 PM
Italian anti-mafia prosecutors said they seized a record $6 trillion of allegedly fake U.S. Treasury bonds, an amount that’s almost half of the U.S.’s public debt.
The bonds were found hidden in makeshift compartments of three safety deposit boxes in Zurich, the prosecutors from the southern city of Potenza said in an e-mailed statement. The Italian authorities arrested eight people in connection with the probe, dubbed “Operation Vulcanica,” the prosecutors said.
The U.S. embassy in Rome has examined the securities dated 1934, which had a nominal value of $1 billion apiece, they said in the statement. “Thanks to Italian authorities for the seizure of fictitious bonds for $6 trillion,” the embassy said in a message on Twitter.
The financial fraud uncovered by the Italian prosecutors in Potenza includes two checks issued through HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA) in London for 205,000 pounds ($325,000), checks that weren’t backed by available funds, the prosecutors said. As part of the probe, fake bonds for $2 billion were also seized in Rome. The individuals involved were planning to buy plutonium from Nigerian sources, according to phone conversations monitored by the police.
The fraud posed “severe threats” to international financial stability, the prosecutors said in the statement. HSBC spokesman Patrick Humphris in London declined to comment when contacted by telephone. The U.S. Secret Service assisted the Italian authorities, spokesman Edwin Donovan said.
Creating fake Treasuries is a “common scam, especially in Italy,” he said. The tipoff was the “astronomical” face value of each bond, he said. Fake bonds in high denominations are more common in Europe, where people are less familiar with the face value of U.S. Treasury bonds than in the U.S., he said.
Zurich’s public prosecutor’s office provided material to their Italian counterparts in Potenza in 2011, according to Corinne Bouvard, a spokeswoman for the senior public prosecutor’s office of the canton of Zurich. The Swiss part of the investigation ended on July 22, she said.
The Italian investigation initially focused on a Sicilian who was living in Potenza and was “already known for money laundering and exporting currency abroad,” according to the statement from the Potenza prosecutor’s office.
Phony U.S. securities have been seized in Italy before and there were at least three cases in 2009. Italian police seized phony U.S. Treasury bonds with a face value of $116 billion in August of 2009 and $134 billion of similar securities in June of that year.
The U.S. Secret Service averages about 100 cases a year related to bonds and other fictitious instruments.
Posted 16 December 2012 - 03:12 PM
On December 4, 2012, one of Russia's top TV networks contacted us -- to do the world's first-ever full exposure of our Financial Tyranny investigation in mainstream media!
This show will air just hours after we have made this post -- and we hope to get a copy of it.
BLOWING IT WIDE OPEN
The significance of what REN-TV is about to do cannot be undermined.
REN-TV is one of the top television networks in Russia, with a potential audience of 113.5 million viewers. Their website is ren-tv.com.
[In the Russian alphabet, a P is equivalent to an R, and an H is equivalent to an N -- hence the "PEH" in the above logo means "REN", not some variant of "meh."]
No major media outlet has ever been willing to touch this story in video form -- as it used to be considered far too dangerous... not to mention highly classified.
Courthouse News Service was the only mainstream print media source to have ever tackled it -- and this was only on a website.
The first "official" independent video that revealed this case only appeared just this past Thursday, on December 13, 2012 -- around 11PM.
We will have more about that, including a link to it, in just a moment.
A DEEPER DESCRIPTION OF REN-TV
Here is the best online description of REN-TV I've found so far, with a link to read the text for yourself:
REN-TV Online Description
REN TV is one of the largest private federal TV channels in Russia. Founded by Irena Lesnevskaya and her son, Dmitry Lesnevsky, who had been running REN TV as a production house for other national Russian television channels, it has broadcast since 1 January 1997.
Its target audience is a young to middle-age city worker. Even though it focuses mostly on the audience in the 18 to 45 demographic, REN offers programming for a wide range of demographics, since the target viewer has a family and respects family values.
The channel has won 13 TEFIs awards presented by the Academy of Russian Television.
REN TV’s network is a patchwork of 406 independent broadcasting companies in Russia and the CIS. REN’s signal is received in 718 towns and cities in Russia from Kaliningrad in the West to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk in the East.
It has a potential audience of 113.5 million viewers (officially 120 million viewers ) with more than 12 million of them living in Moscow city and Moscow Oblast (Moscow Region).
REN TV works with 10 broadcaster affiliates and 19 cable operators in the CIS and Baltic states; 181 cities can receive REN TV’s signal.
By many political fringe groups REN TV is considered to be “one of the last bastions of free media” in Russia.
It is the only channel up-to-date which covers the meetings of socialist and liberal groups and takes interviews from leaders of the political fringe.
ABOUT TO MAKE HISTORY
REN-TV is about to make history -- releasing a documentary on the stolen gold, the Keenan lawsuit, the Illuminati, the Federal Reserve, Financial Tyranny and the now-160-nation alliance that has formed to end the oppression.
This was arguably the most classified and dangerous information on Earth -- until the story began to blow open in November 2011, when tangible documents first started to be revealed.
Only then did the pioneering work of Benjamin Fulford -- the former Asia-Pacific bureau chief for Forbes, the world's largest business magazine -- produce a provable, indisputable piece of physical evidence.
This evidence appeared in the form of a lawsuit that Fulford had been telegraphing and anticipating for over a year.
The lawsuit was filed by Neil Keenan against the UN and many other global players. It was massive -- over 100 pages long -- and extremely detailed, as I revealed in this article.
This lawsuit was deliberately timed to be released on the anniversary date of the Kennedy assassination, as we since found out.
A LONG-ANTICIPATED DOCUMENT
For many months, Fulford had been talking about this pending lawsuit.
Most interestingly, he said that it had the full backing of the "good guys" in the Pentagon and US military, as well as an alliance of about 57 nations at the time -- which has since ballooned to 160.
Unlike many people's stereotypes that "they're all in on it," in truth there is only a very small group of 'controllers' who have used murder, threats, blackmail and bribery to maintain power over much larger groups.
Politics have been used to manipulate Americans into turning against each other -- such as by blatant attempts to create a "race war" by painting blacks as all living off of the money earned by the hard work of the whites.
This campaign reached astonishing new levels of clarity and boldness during the 2012 election -- but it did not produce the desired result.
THE ENEMY IS WITHIN
Rather than turning against each other, the mass public has continued to discover, more and more, that the real problem is not found in the 99 percent -- but rather in the 1 percent wealthiest entities in the world, and the steps they have taken to preserve their power.
The most astonishing omission in the 2012 elections, in my opinion, was any mention of the 26 trillion dollars of American currency that the Federal Reserve paid to its own member banks -- many of which are overseas.
As I revealed in Financial Tyranny, Congressman Ron Paul, Congressman Alan Grayson and Sen. Robert Byrd pushed through a successful bill to audit the Federal Reserve.
The result was absolutely shocking -- and it received hardly any attention in the mainstream media whatsoever.
Politicians love to go on and on about how they "need to reduce the deficit" -- as if America is in terrible trouble because we owe trillions of dollars to foreign bankers.
The deficit is supposed to be some looming, seemingly insolvable problem. Ron Paul pointed out that nothing costs anywhere near as much as the sprawling military-industrial complex -- and he was seemingly forced out of the Republican 2012 nomination.
These debts are completely fake. They were built on fraud. The deficit is a myth.
It's admittedly quite a shift in perspective -- considering we've been told the same lies for many generations now.
The truth is that there is more than enough wealth to pay off all debts. This wealth simply has never been allowed to be used.
Very little has been spoken about the soaring unemployment numbers -- or the fact that the average American has less than $2,500 dollars of net wealth in the bank or in any other assets.
Well before the lawsuit was filed, Benjamin Fulford indicated that the "good guys" in the Pentagon were working with an ever-increasing international alliance to defeat the Federal Reserve -- and the oligarchs behind it.
With this would come the release of many "hidden" and classified technologies that could bring us clean energy -- at very low cost, and with minimal environmental damage.
Most importantly, this lawsuit would blow open the doors on a massive amount of gold that was stolen, worldwide, and put "on deposit" with the Federal Reserve.
Most people believe there is only about 140,000 metric tons of gold in the world -- about the size of an Olympic-sized swimming pool. Its apparent scarcity is what makes it so valuable.
The reality, as Neil Keenan has been told from the "Elders" in Asia, is that 2.5 million metric tons of gold was either stolen or handed over to the Federal Reserve at gunpoint -- beginning in the late 1920s.
85 percent of this gold was taken from Asian countries.
Much of this gold was originally pulled from a massive vein of gold running through China, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand that has remained highly classified ever since its discovery -- centuries ago now.
Beginning in a secret agreement from 1921, the Federal Reserve created the Bank for International Settlements. It became illegal for any country other than the United States to privately own gold.
All gold had to be handed over and put on "deposit" with the Federal Reserve. Those who did not hand it over willingly had it stolen from them.
The Japanese looted the Chinese gold on a truly industrial scale, throughout the late 1920s and on into the 1930s -- in what came to be known as Operation "Golden Lily."
The original holders of the gold were told they could recover it after 60 years. In the meantime they were given Federal Reserve bonds as collateral. They were told these bonds were "as good as gold" and could be cashed.
They were also told that surrendering their gold to this secretive international banking system would create world peace and prosperity.
NO REAL VALUE
No Federal Reserve bonds I have ever seen or published, up until now, date later than Series 1934. This is misleading, as Series 1934 bonds continue to be printed and issued straight through to the present.
Deliberate mistakes were included in the bonds that the Asians did not recognize, due to English not being their first language. These mistakes were used to discredit the bonds as forgeries should anyone try to cash them.
An astonishing number of insider photographs of these bonds was revealed in my full book-length investigation, Financial Tyranny, in February 2012.
The Asians, realizing these bonds were worthless, have also been handed enormous quantities of currency -- from many different countries of origin.
We are literally talking entire pallets piled high with cash -- as you are about to see with your own eyes for the very first time.
However, this currency is also worthless.
The serial numbers on the bills are not part of the registered financial system.
Therefore, if you attempt to cash them, you will immediately be branded as a counterfeiter -- and arrested and imprisoned.
Neil Keenan's sources in the Dragon Family sent me a wealth of photographs of the bales and bales of cash they have been sent -- as well as many other pictures of Federal Reserve bonds, bond boxes and chests.
Earlier this year, I went back through the original rush of emails I was sent in December 2011. I found that there were many, many pictures that I hadn't actually saved on my hard drive.
The bales and pallets of cash were sent to me some time in the spring of 2012, after I had completed the Financial Tyranny investigation-- and was exhausted.
If someone were trying to fake all of this, they would have put a lot of time, energy and money into it.
They therefore would have considered their fakes to be valuable -- and would have pushed me to use the pictures. I was quite overwhelmed by the amount of data I received.
No one ever even asked me to try to use the other photographs. We'd already made our point -- and there were many more where that came from.
Now, for the first time, I will show you the rest of them -- which nearly doubles the original count.
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