posted on Apr, 14 2004 @ 12:45 PM
In the '90s, bankers for Catholic cult Opus Dei (999 maxims) laundered $100 millions in client commissions on WMD permits through AXA life insurance
contracts (N.B. AXA office at 999 West Hastings, Vancouver) paid out on 72 fake suicides in Quebec and Switzerland.
Through complex cross-shareholding arrangements between AXA and BNP Paribas, the ultra-authoritarian Opus Dei cult members appear to have stolen at
least $10 billion from the U.N. oil-for-food program.
Using past techniques as a guide, I believe that Opus Dei laundered the stolen oil-for-food money through life insurance contracts paid out on the
deaths of victims of 9/11 and the present insurgency in Iraq.
To secure the human and electronic intelligence needed to select and assassinate appropriate victims for a $10+ billion money laundering scam, Opus
Dei appears to have financed Saddam's terrorist training school, Unit 999,
and the development of AXA's office at 999 West Hastings, Vancouver, as the hub of a global terrorist command, control and communications (C3)
network operated, probably unknowingly, by Canada's Macdonald Dettwiler and Asociates.