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Originally posted by isyeye
Here is a closer look at the signatures from the "secret documents"
Here are pictures of their actual signatures:
Lars Thunell's signature is forged on the document
The Queen's signature is forged on the document
Robert Zoellick's signature here is the EXACT signature used in the document......cut and paste ......forged
These "secret documents" appear to be a forgery, and may those involved be prosecuted by the Queen, Lars Thunell, and Robert Zoellick for their crimes.
There may be important information contained in this thread, but the source document IMO has been faked. I believe someone is creating this fake document to move focus away from some of the issues about the Philippines and the money involved there. This document may be a fake, but the agreements made in the past are real, and the gold, and wealth may be real as well.
Mods feel free to move this thread to the Hoax bin if needed because of the possible forged documents used in the opening post, or let it be noted at the beginning of the thread that these documents may have been shown to possibly be fakes.edit on 10-1-2012 by isyeye because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Afterthought
Where did you get the signature that has the loop at the end of the 'E'?
Originally posted by Cosmic4life
I agree that these stashes will include Treasures taken from Korea, Hong Kong etc.
But this isn't a sliver...this is the mother load...add it up Muzz, 172 X 777 billion yen = 172 X $200 billion dollars , and that was at 1945 !!
That is also leveling all sites as 777, many were actually 999.
I need to calculate what that means in today's values, i already know it's an astronomical amount.
I have to go out... i shall be back with the numbers..
Did somebody just try to buy the British government?
Hansard is the official printed transcript of the proceedings of the houses of parliament — in other words, the working log of the British government.
It is an authoritative primary source, and records every speech made in the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Interestingly, it also records words spoken under parliamentary privilege.
So when an eminent member of the House of Lords stands up six hours into a debate and blows the gaff on a shadowy foreign Foundation making a bid to buy the British state, and this is recorded in Hansard, one tends to sit up and take notice. And one takes even more notice when His Lordship tip-toes around actually naming the Foundation in question, especially after the throw-away about money-laundering for the IRA on behalf of the Bank of England. Parliamentary privilege only stretches so far, it seems, and Foundation X is beyond its reach.
Originally posted by isyeye
Someone pointed out to me that all of this may have something to do with "Foundation X"
It would make some sense.