posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 07:12 PM
Understand the guy bringing this to the light of day is a conservative and an industrialist. Some of the things he said offer some pretty good clues.
The organization is the better part of a hundred years old. It apparently is not very popular with the powers at be - though they all know about it.
Supposedly, it has $7 trillion worth of assets, with a lot of it in gold bullion.
There are not many events in the past 100 years where an organization would be able to pick up that much gold, even over time, without drawing a lot
of attention to itself. There was one, however - and had a bit to do with WW2.
Figure if you have the ability to pick over everything of value in Europe, all of Europe with just a few exceptions, how much wealth do you think you
could find? If even some of the banks were helping you so that all of this wealth would be more difficult to track with offshore companies, front
companies, different funds, trusts, accounts, vaults, etc., you've got it made.
Think we can probably estimate that the total wealth procured in the course of 1937 to 1945 would probably be worth about $7 Trillion today. Not a
lot of options to play with when it comes to that much money. It is either a complete lie, or a "glimpse" at the truth of the matter.
Have to consider that while certain parties in WW2 might have been crazy; they were a helluva lot smarter than most everyone around them. Odds are
they weren't just sitting on all of their gains in Berlin or even some hidden fortress in the Alps waiting for the Allies to come take it back.
And just think how embarrassing all this would be. If there's grief over not getting someone like Osama bin Laden... just imagine if it turned out
that we didn't catch the Deputy Fuhrer, or half of the other people that conveniently fell into our hands and then... abruptly died. And then...
there's everything else that a lot of people really don't want to talk about.