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DON'T GO INTO THE ATTIC! OR HOW THEY STOLE THE U.S. TREASURY

Posted by George Freund on March 6, 2012 at 9:40 AM

Case for the prosecution: The bonds were sealed in this trunk

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The world is awash with stories of mysterious trillions that are off the books and inane counterfeiters that are carrying bonds of proportions unheard of in the financial world. These fools actually counterfeited bonds totalling $6 trillion dollars and fake billion dollar notes. Now only a total idiot would try to get away with a scam like that. Who could possibly have use of a note like that?

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Well if we have a broader understanding of the world and knowledge of something we were never taught about, we could say they were evidence of what have been termed federal sovereign accounts. They have a unique beauty in their own right. They are not known to exist on a broad scale. So if you steal something that no one really knows exists, can you really be tied to the crime. If the tomb is empty, can we ever say it was full? Even if some bright individual finds it, he can never say definitively it ever had anything in it or can he?

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In fact this is the second round because some Japanese men were arrested trying to take $134.5 billion into Switzerland in 2009.

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Isn't it funny that Lord James of Blackheath has addressed the House with a claim that there is evidence of an illegal scheme that was discovered in 2009 that shows the Federal Reserve of New York transferred $15 trillion that was off the books to HSBC London to the Bank of Scotland. This speech is making the rounds. Conspiracy Cafe has been at the fore with the Secret Trillions Account Documents

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Lord James has a stack of documentary evidence to support his claims. It is the financial news story of the century so far. It involves onerous frauds and misrepresentations on the part of Alan Greenspan and Timothy Geithner. These heads of the Federal Reserve past and present are being asked to verify the documents from the trunk above as to their being genuine. The authorities in Italy have no real knowledge of the massive frauds involving these funds. They go to the perpetrators and ask for advice. What do you think they would say? Of course they are not genuine. If there were no funds, there was no theft of them, and there was no fraud. If only it were that easy to get away with murder. Well it is, but that comes later in the story.

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Bogus: The bonds were seized in Switzerland following after a year-long investigation

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If you look closely at these notes, you'll see instantly that they are Treasury notes not Federal Reserve notes. It has been reported that these notes were taken for deposit to Zurich from Hong Kong in 2007. Lord James claims that HSBC was a partner in the transfer. So why would a Zurich bank accept such obvious frauds? Why would it take these few years to determine this? I would submit the Zurich bank was taking a classic position of possession being 9/10's of the law. However, the paper is just that paper. The fraudsters have acquired possession of the physical gold the paper represents, and gotten away with the theft by declaring the paper fraudulent ergo there was no gold to steal in the first place. The tomb was after all empty.

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Not worth the paper they're written on: One of the forged binds, which investigators believe was to be sold on to a developing country

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Fraud on a massive scale: The bonds were dated from 1934 - but U.S. authorities were able to confirm that they were fake

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In a clever change of hands, we see the treasury notes were reprinted as Federal Reserve notes. A private corporation was created called the Federal Reserve. It was contracted to act as the United States Treasury creating the wealth of the United States. That wealth was backed by gold. That conversion of wealth to the Fed was the first theft. Under their control the certificates were passed to knowing hands as the ultimate robbery in history. Unfortunately the thieves only had the paper. When it was held up to the light, the other thieves denied the paper was genuine and pocketed the bullion it was based upon. It is brilliant as plans go I must admit. They grand jury is not out. It is not even called because the thieves have control of the viability of the evidence and it doesn't exist.

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Fraud on a massive scale: The bonds were dated from 1934 - but U.S. authorities were able to confirm that they were fake

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One of the first questions that has to be asked is even if the paper is being made suspect. Where in hell did they get the trunk and why was this prop necessary? Imagine getting on a plane with this piece of carry on luggage. Anything to declare? Well just the net worth of the Treasury of the United States of America. O.K. Just don't hurt your back lifting that sucker and you get all the way to Zurich to deposit it.

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So now the trillion dollar question is the purported value of this treasure is roughly equivalent to the debt obligations of the United States. Is there some significance to this? Was it perhaps the collateral for the loans in the first place? Have they managed to steal the total assets of America? Is this why there is a financial crisis? The real worth of the paper has disappeared. The tomb is empty and without contents all the paper is worthless. Hence the United States will collapse financially while the perpetrators declare the evidence a fraud and escape with the gold to destinations well thought out the world. If there is any value to Guantanamo, it is as a resting place for our leaders to separate the chaff from the wheat as they used to say. Don't hold your breath. Make them hold theirs.

Paper trail: An Italian Carabinieri shows off the stash fake bonds

You look good copper, but the paper looks better.

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In the time capsule of events that the criminal enterprise controls there appeared a story that was withheld for 9-10 days. It was a simple 'accident.' They happen every day especially to people who have serious amounts of knowledge, but that's O.K. because at Conspiracy Cafe we play connect the dots over our conversations. We don't mind the old dots. We pull them from the memory hole as trump cards.

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In this recent one a British banker was found dead in a very remote Estonian location. It was a converted barn at the end of the trail as they say. It was three miles from his nearest neighbour. It doesn't get any more remote than that, and the funds did end up going through the U.K. via the Bank of Scotland and HSBC, but that is not this agent's claim to fame. He worked for a bizarre Russian financial firm called Enza Capital. Nobody in the financial industry has ever really heard of Enza Capital even in Russia. Would we be surprised that Vladimir Putin is awaiting a 3% payment on Russian taxes of a $7.2 trillion portion of these funds. Russia may even want the whole $15 trillion since portions of the mysterious money were made to defeat the USSR with what are termed the Wanta funds. Ah is that what all the war drums are beating for? Our leaders are going to fight for the 'G' of the GOD (gold, oil and drugs) principle.

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Mystery as 'poison' kills British tycoon and wife in remote Estonian forest

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Tragedy: Philip Townsend is to have been poisoned by carbon monoxide from an electricity generator Secluded: Mr Townsend's secluded Estonian barn conversion, where he and his wife were discovered dead
Tragedy: Philip Townsend is to have been poisoned by carbon monoxide from an electricity generator

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Now this is a who done it of magnificent proportions. Mr. Townsend spends Monday to Friday in Moscow for this little Enza. He has a home in the UK too. He arrives, and is followed by the Mrs. for a little romantic get away. The generator leaks gas and they are both overcome by carbon monoxide gas. Too bad; too sad.

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Right away this detective is chomping at the bit. Leaking gas doesn't make carbon monoxide, and IT SMELLS. Indoors you would instantly smell gasoline. In fact Mr. Townsend probably did because his body was discovered near the generator. That sets off alarm bells too because if you were drowning, you wouldn't go to the bottom of the pool to pull out the plug and wait for the water to drain out. You'd bust to the surface and fight for your life. If you were conscious enough to feel the effects of CO gas, you'd bust out the windows or head out the door. He went to the generator. I doubt he'd even feel the effects of CO gas. You usually pass out. I suspect he became aware of someone tampering with the generator when he smelled the gasoline or better yet heard an intruder. I suspect he and his wife were rendered unconscious with the CO completing the job. Like my favourite detective Columbo used to say, "Something is bothering me." One of those things totally unrelated to the crime scene is Enza Capital's AAA credit rating. Countries don't even have that anymore. How did a company nobody knows about get the triple A? Maybe they are a company set up to get Russia's share of the empty tomb. That would be a good reason. It would also be a good reason to kill him and a good reason for Mr. Townsend to get into seclusion in the middle of nowhere.

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It is all supposition on my part, but I think my dots fill out a better string of events than anyone else's considering the paper trail. In fact there was a similar assassination involving a Russian named Leonid Rozhetskin in Latvia a few years back. You must remember that these countries were Russian vassal states for years. They can move about with impunity. If anything can be said about the whole sordid affair, it is don't go into the attic. You might find your grandfather's old trunk and try to take it to the bank. Then you'll see the light.

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