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So what is a wise investor to do?
A wise investor will start researching:
McKesson & Robbins
F. Donald Coster
“Our generation has a rendezvous with destiny.”
“IBM & The Holocaust”
“Eyeless In Gaza”
“Carl von Eichen”
Public Utility Holding Company Act
The difference between Persia & Iran
The Hollywood Film Production Code
The Law For The Simplification of The Health System (Germany)
The Law For the Prevention of Genetically Sick Offspring (Germany)
The Federal Communication Act
The 21st Amendment
The 18th Amendment
Paul von Hindenburg
Brown Brothers Harriman
The foundation of the Saudi bin Laden Group
Insul Utility Investments
Are you finished reading “Brave New World” yet?
Until further notice, Reinhardts site will be under lockdown.
He has attracted some colorful 'attention' and it is his desire to make it available to just three folks, himself, myself, and a close acquaintance of his.
It is my understanding that the folks that previously had the password are not to blame and will be considered for future password opportunities. I would ask to continue the search for truth and not to let the vaunted attempts of a few to discourage you from this...not that you now can UNlearn something you have now learned.
For the many folks that have e-mailed myself wanting passwords, your posts and interest are being noted. I know that it can be discouraging to finally stumble upon something this large to only have the source locked up but hang in there. Keep an eye on all 'reinhardt' threads (put 'reinhardt'in GLP search) as there is links to mirrored info that was previously posted on his site.
I am not in a position to say any one will receive the new password but once the dust settles things may get clearer.
Hang in there and keep connecting the dots that Reinhardt has shown thus far.
The McKesson & Robbins, Inc. scandal of 1938 was one of the major financial scandals of the 20th century. The company McKesson & Robbins, Inc. (now McKesson Corporation) had been taken over in 1925 by Philip Musica, who had previously used Adelphia Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Company as a front for bootlegging operations. Musica, a twice-convicted felon, used assumed names to conceal his true identity in taking control of the two companies: Frank D. Costa at Adelphia Pharmaceutical and F. Donald Coster at McKesson & Robbins. Although he was successful in expanding the company’s legitimate business operations, Musica recruited three of his brothers, also working under assumed names, one outside the company and two inside it, to generate bogus sales documentation and to pay commissions to a shell distribution company under their control. Eventually, McKesson & Robbins treasurer Julian Thompson discovered the distribution company was bogus. It was eventually determined that about $20 million of the $87 million in assets on the company’s balance sheet were phony.
In December, 1938, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) opened an investigation and Musica was arrested. Only after he was booked, fingerprinted and released on bond did the authorities realize that “Coster” was in reality Musica. His bond was revoked and he committed suicide before he could be rearrested.
The difference between dictatorship and democracy, Hoover liked to say, was simple: dictators organize from the top down, democracies from the bottom up.
The buildings were supposed to collapse in 1993. (I have written a book on this reality)
could somebody with some time, document all these institutions, and universities, and governments, et.al that Gates is handing all of MSFT’s outside shareholder’s money to? I will represent any shareholder that wants to take these son-of-a-b-tches into court.