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Originally posted by Equ1nox
it does make sense to me, it's like these documents help to fill in a bit of the jigsaw, we've never really known anything about TPTB, who they are,where the money comes from etc. A lot of us have figured out how the system works from the people>government>some unknown power , those with open eyes can see really how things work. What this story gives is perhaps a valuable chance to learn a little bit about TPTB and how they got their money and the history behind it. It does make sense to me and could be a small step to digging deeper and understanding who TPTB really are, how they work and where the money came from
Let's face it, we all know our government isn't the power, we know something else is controlling them, but we have never really had any idea who. A lot of people talk about the Rockerfellers and Rothschilds, perhaps this is where we start to learn about other parts of the world, and learn some valuable insight into a very intentionally hidden worldedit on 10-1-2012 by Equ1nox because: (no reason given)
This secret gold deposit came under the control of a mysterious group known by various names... a group that was instrumental in the founding of modern-day China.
Some call them the Dragon Family. JL says they simply call themselves the Elders.
This is the same group that was responsible for building over 100 pyramids in the Xian province of China.
Emperor Qin, the first of the Dragon Family to rule China, ordered the "Terra Cotta Soldiers" to be built out of his entire army -- each one completely personalized, down to the last man -- and then had them all buried under one of the pyramids.
The 111-page federal complaint involves a range of entities common to conspiracy theorists, including the Vatican Illuminati, the Masons, the "Trilateral Trillenium Tripartite Gold Commission," and the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Plaintiff Neil Keenan claims he was entrusted in 2009 with the financial instruments -- which included U.S. Federal Reserve notes worth $124.5 billion, two Japanese government bonds with a combined face value of $19 billion, and one U.S. "Kennedy" bond with a face value of $1 billion -- by an entity called the Dragon Family, which is a group of several wealthy and secretive Asian families.
"The Dragon family abstains from public view and knowledge, but, upon information and belief, acts for the good and better benefit of the world in constant coordination with higher levels of global financial organizations, in particular, the Federal Reserve System," Keenan claims.
"During the course of its existence over the last century, the Dragon family has accumulated great wealth by having provided the Federal Reserve Bank and the United States Government with asset assignments of gold and silver via certain accounts held in Switzerland, for which it has received consideration in the form of a variety of Notes, Bonds and Certificates such as those described ... that are an obligation of the Federal Reserve System."
Upon information and belief, these Bonds [held by the Dragon Family] have values ranging in the many Thousands of Trillions of United States Dollars, a relatively small portion of which is involved in the claims giving rise to this action.
Each of these currencies, such as the DFFI [Dragon Family Financial Instruments] involved in this action, was and remains duly registered within the Federal Reserve System -- and are directly verifiable by the Federal Reserve through its efficient verification system and screening process.
About 85 percent of the world’s gold ended up in Asia over the past [few] thousands of years.
if you look at the old archives and history books, you will see that the Romans were buying silk and ceramics and spices from the Chinese… and paying for it in gold.
And so were the Spaniards. They took all the gold they stole from the Aztecs and the Incas – and they spent it on Asian stuff!
THE WESTERN OLIGARCHS WANTED TO CONTROL THE WORLD’S GOLD
BF: What happened was the Western powers – the Western oligarchs, let’s call them – planned to take all the gold out of private hands in the world.
DW: What timeframe are we in now? 1938?
BF: This is in the 1930s. Remember, in 1934, Roosevelt banned the private ownership of gold.
DW: Right. Allegedly due to the Great Depression and the need to [save the economy by pooling everyone’s gold assets into the Federal Reserve.]
BF: Right. The Jews didn’t want to give up their gold. That was one of the reasons why they were rounded up and sent to concentration camps.
The Asians didn’t want to give up their gold. That’s why they sent the Japanese army to come in and take it.
AT LEAST TEN OLYMPIC-SIZED POOLS’ WORTH OF “OFF-MARKET” ASIAN GOLD
DW: How much tonnage are we talking about here? How much gold was it?
BF: What I’ve been told is [this].
The story we’ve all been told about how all the gold ever mined in history could fit into one or two Olympic swimming pools… is a total lie.
There’s at least nine times or ten times more off-market gold than there is officially tradable gold.
DW: My God!
BF: Some of it, like I say, was laundered by the CIA types to finance various things.
THE FIRST GOLD SHIPMENT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE SEPTEMBER 12, 2001
BF: The International Court of Justice said “You guys have to give back the gold you took.”
They said “Okay.” The first shipment of gold they were supposed to give back was due to be sent back on September 12th, 2001.
DW: Jesus Christmas!
BF: And of course, as you know, the World Trade Center got blown up on September 11th.
The gold that was in the basement went missing.
Originally posted by Afterthought
The loop of the cursive 'z' in Elizabeth is incomplete in the known signature, but the forged one is complete.
Most times, this will not change over an adult's lifetime. If someone makes complete loops, the size may change, but they usually won't go from complete to broken. A broken line is highly suspect when dealing with a known signature that is free flowing.
The 'E' in Elizabeth is also wrong. The known signature shows a little loop at the completion of the 'E', the fraudulent signature is lacking this. Also, the 'l' in Elizabeth is a flat 90 degree line on the left side, the fraudulent signature shows this line as curved. This would also not change over an adult's lifetime. The loop at the end of the 'E' might, but the line leading into the 'l' would not. As you can see, the known signature has a very slight line leading into the 'l', while the fraudulent signature shows a long lead in. This is also not considered to be a characteristic change over time.
You can also see two huge differences in the 't' of Elizabeth. The fraudulent one has a wide loop in the verticle t bar, while the known signature is tight. The horizontal t bar is a long slash in the fraudulent signature, while the same line is a short and stunted line in the known signature.
I could also point out differences in the other signatures as well, but I feel I've made my point. I could go on and on, but I think it would be beating a dead horse.
In conclusion, I've seen signatures of people who have aged compared to signatures of when they were younger as I've worked on wills and quick claim deeds. What we're seeing here are not characteristic changes with age.edit on 10-1-2012 by Afterthought because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by stanats
It doesn't take an accountant to figure out what a joke this is. Item 132 claims the Hongkong(sic) and Shanghai Banking Corporation has an account with US$1,030,000,000,000,000,000 in it. This is approximately equal to the GDP of the world multiplied by 15,000.