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FINANCIAL TYRANNY: The Final Sections

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posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 08:28 AM
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At last -- the final four sections of our epic investigation into Financial Tyranny. Get the overview of what we have learned, with stunning new information that paves the way for an end to Financial Tyranny -- once and for all.


David Wilcock finaly finished his investigation on Financial Tyranny Source




LET'S REMEMBER THE BIG PICTURE Before we feature our exclusive interviews with the key players in the lawsuit that could defeat Financial Tyranny, let's step back and look at the Big Picture.

We now have a compelling storyline of Financial Tyranny, dating back to 1776 with the publishing of Smith's The Wealth of Nations -- and the founding of the Illuminati in Bavaria.

We have scientific evidence that a monopoly of 1,318 corporations, headed by the Federal Reserve banks, is now earning 80 percent of the world's wealth. This 'core' is in turn being run by a "super-entity" of 147 corporations, most of which are financial institutions. The top corporations in the "super-entity" are the Federal Reserve banks -- and they created 26 to 29 Trillion dollars in bailouts for their own companies from 2007 to 2010.

The Rothschilds admitted in their own 1962 biography that Mayer Amschel's five sons "conquered the world more thoroughly, cunningly and lastingly than any Caesar before or Hitler after them."
Nathan Rothschild destroyed the British economy by making the entire market think Napoleon had defeated them. In one single day of trading, he was able to increase his net wealth by 6500 times -- and did what Napoleon could not. Rothschild conquered Great Britain.


His work is immense, and covers a lot of topics



We gave links to multiple books full of information -- now free to read online -- proving there was a government-led uprising against the Illuminati in 1784... and a massive worldwide revolt against Freemasonry beginning after William Morgan's murder in 1826.

Freemasons openly bragged about controlling the media, the police, the judiciary, the financial system and the government. 45,000 out of 50,000 Masons in the United States -- 90 percent -- all quit once the scandal broke, and were treated as heroes.

I believe there is abundant evidence that we are right on the threshold of another historical event like this -- only of significantly greater magnitude. We have also thoroughly documented how the global media is in the hands of a very small number of corporations. We gave compelling evidence that its content is controlled through Operation Mockingbird, which was implemented in the dawning years of the CIA.





We have now studied the public legal documents of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) -- the global arm of the Federal Reserve. The BIS allegedly began in 1921, but did not fully incorporate until 1929-1930.
The BIS documents openly reveal that they took in "deposits" of gold and treasure from countries all over the world. Central banks were then allowed to trade with each other -- using accounts backed by this gold.
These trades are completely free of taxation -- and some of the monumental profits they generate are shared with private individuals who are members of the BIS. The countries who either surrendered their gold willingly or had it stolen from them -- such as by Hitler and the Japanese -- were given worthless Federal Reserve bonds, in huge denominations, in exchange for their riches.


Iam on a infomation overload, and will have to read through this immense investigation again, to fully understand it.
What do you think about all this?? Please share your opinion
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posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 02:38 PM
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I read this a few days ago and was a bit overwhelmed like you - it's a lot of information to go through. My biggest hope is in regard to what Wilcock said concerning the military and their inclination towards supporting the people so if anything is going to change for the better it will pretty much be up to the them. The Fed will otherwise keep running the show.
I'm surprised more people are responding this thread considering how many hits the last one got.



posted on Feb, 13 2012 @ 02:58 PM
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Originally posted by Newleague
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What do you think about all this?? Please share your opinion
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David WilcockFraud Himself Admits There Is Little Truth Known



posted on Feb, 13 2012 @ 03:20 PM
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Here is the facts of the matter. In the above link, in that thread and in many, many other threads throughout the Interwebs, David Wilcock has been repeatedly, inexhaustibly and assuredly, without doubt or compromise, exposed as a liar and a fraud.

WTS, if you look at his latest "investigative journalism" aka the Trillion $$$ Lawsuit, you are faced with a compilation of items; the lawsuit itself, the lawyer who filed it and several other easily discernible facts. Good on Wilfraud.

But this is what frauds often do. They are expert in weaving fact with their own speculation, and in this case, short, nearly hidden comments which are prefaced with "IF as in If the following is true - which we then see pages upon pages upon pages of text which wanders hither and tither and, on occasion, finds its way back on topic. Wilcock doesn't write in this manner because he is bored he fully understands who he is and that he is purposefully defrauding his subject-readers.

Have you not admitted to the voluminous amount of information? Know how many people will read all of that claptrap? Wilfraud knows this and uses this tactic of fraud against you. What a guy!

In his "final volume" nothing of "the end of financial tyranny" has occurred, nothing, nada, zippo but it has been a joyous ride...on his pink unicorn pony of unending bulls$hit.



posted on Feb, 13 2012 @ 09:49 PM
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Originally posted by TheExopolitician
Here is the facts of the matter. In the above link, in that thread and in many, many other threads throughout the Interwebs, David Wilcock has been repeatedly, inexhaustibly and assuredly, without doubt or compromise, exposed as a liar and a fraud.

WTS, if you look at his latest "investigative journalism" aka the Trillion $$$ Lawsuit, you are faced with a compilation of items; the lawsuit itself, the lawyer who filed it and several other easily discernible facts. Good on Wilfraud.

But this is what frauds often do. They are expert in weaving fact with their own speculation, and in this case, short, nearly hidden comments which are prefaced with "IF as in If the following is true - which we then see pages upon pages upon pages of text which wanders hither and tither and, on occasion, finds its way back on topic. Wilcock doesn't write in this manner because he is bored he fully understands who he is and that he is purposefully defrauding his subject-readers.

Have you not admitted to the voluminous amount of information? Know how many people will read all of that claptrap? Wilfraud knows this and uses this tactic of fraud against you. What a guy!

In his "final volume" nothing of "the end of financial tyranny" has occurred, nothing, nada, zippo but it has been a joyous ride...on his pink unicorn pony of unending bulls$hit.


You sir are nothing but a name caller. You use all of the typical skeptic's irrational non-logic and not a shred of evidence to back up your obviously slanted opinion.

The tragedy is the fact that a monumental work of journalism only recieved 3 flags is evidence of how effective your brand of brainwashing has been on this site.

Rather than an objective, impartial discussion lacking name calling and personal affronts, we get threatening rants forcing the timid back in their shells. I look forward to the mass aressets



posted on Feb, 13 2012 @ 10:19 PM
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Yeah man. That "Cease and Desist" order in Section 9 is the bombshell news nobody's talking about.


Oh well. Assuming it's all true, the fallout from it will hit the mainstream shortly I'm sure....



posted on Feb, 13 2012 @ 11:40 PM
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Originally posted by Asktheanimals

I'm surprised more people are responding this thread considering how many hits the last one got.


The responses to Wilcock are the same ones that have been going on since he didn't ascend in 2000, consequently shelving his Ascension 2000 website,
and re-opening his fraudshop with Divine Cosmetology.

1) He's a fraud, what more is there to know; sensible, rational and responsible people are turned off big time. The last thread thoroughly proved that, once and for all.

2) "We believe him and everything he says and will all of us ride pink uniponicorns into the multi-colored heavens with love and light and, er, more love." These people spend most of their time on New Age forums like Avalon, Camelot and Nexus.

More Directly Said...
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posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 05:54 AM
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I dont know what to think of David Wilcock, but he does have some valid points. He has done a lot of research, and the stuff about the Rotchschilds, sounds true to me. Why dont you guys disprove some of the stuff his saying, instead of just calling him a fraud, you could be the fraud for all i know!
I dont know, and therefore, it would be nice if you actually discussed some of the things in his investigation, so we can prove/disprove this thing??

Anyhow, i just wanted to share this article, hope you enjoy



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 08:25 AM
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In every single thread, in every single forum I have participated, in every single instance where I have called out Wilcock as a fraud, pointing to the references of this truth over and over, within moments, someone comes along and wants...what I have already exhaustively provided.


It is of paramount importance that everyone does their own research. For too long these very same sheeple have not been able to think for themselves or willing to spend the same time and effort I do. I'll be damned if I am going to start doing your work for you if for no other reason than it is entirely counterproductive.

Start by paying attention. You are being mislead. You will never know you are a sheep until you stop being one.



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posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 09:13 AM
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Do you have anything to say about the "black gold", the global collateral accounts, the Keenan/Scott "Cease and Desist" order or any of the other actual important stuff yet?

No?

Just going to keep attacking the messenger?



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 09:29 AM
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I'm sorry, I'm so sick of running into this guy who just barks at the messenger with not a scrap of evidence to prove what he's saying.
Exopolitician = Troll
Anyways, I'm still digging through the last sections. Intense, very deep investigation. Hopefully will finish it up tonight



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 10:10 AM
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Young bright teenagers (as well as more seasoned campaigners) entering the world of conspiracy get hooked and spend a good portion of their lives believing the dribble the Wilcock's of the world offer, attending conferences and spending hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on books, courses and dvds that line the pockets of the deceivers.

It is a very difficult world to leave for many as their once convincing belief systems collapse on foundations of sand and when they realize they have been had. Of course most of Wilcock's stuff is unverifiable, outlandish and little if any of it ever comes to pass. Then of course when nothing does happen they change the story or the name of the website and so on.

It is almost criminal.

This near-felon is selling a video called "Access Your Higher Self"... step by step, daddycock will tell you how to be bathed in light - after you shell out $77.

Get out your wallet, "lighten" your life.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 10:16 AM
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Originally posted by Shangrila
I'm sorry, I'm so sick of running into this guy who just barks at the messenger with not a scrap of evidence to prove what he's saying.
Exopolitician = Troll
Anyways, I'm still digging through the last sections. Intense, very deep investigation. Hopefully will finish it up tonight


Excellent. Of course you will publish an equally lengthy, blow-by-blow, detailed account of all the absolute truths of Hair, er, Herr Wilcock...just as you have constantly chided me to do...for you.

Time To Grow Up

Of course.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 12:00 PM
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The same Wilcock who was brave enough to explain to us all about the black gold, the global collateral accounts and how the Illuminasties have been illegally exploiting them for many years?

What's that, there's actually enough gold and treasure in the world that every person in the world could have their own personal $100 Million pile of gold and treasure?

What's your opinion about that, Exo?



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 03:09 PM
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A lawsuit to end financial tyranny? Poor people, so quick to buy into whatever feel good bullsh!t they are being fed...

Sane minded folks notice the pattern, Wilcock very often picks "X" event which causes a large impact on the collective consciousness...reminds me when the fraud was talking about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and how it was the final lesson before graduation AKA ascension.


So much for being the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce.


cymbal crash

You know, this is actually clever. All these frauds sell (dis)info, no matter that 99/100 will give them the middle finger, the 1% is jackpot.
and it appears that there is an ever revolving door of 1%ers.


Somebody said earlier in the thread that "will people eventually stop following Wilcockfraud when they realize that nothing he says comes true". Sadly this is incorrect.

History reports the alternative community provides a never ending stream of fresh meat for the fraud mill, in the form of newly awakened truth seekers, who are quite gullible, and because of their lack of experience in these matters find it impossible to sort the wheat from the Wilfrauds.

I wonder what percentage of truth seekers simply give up? Off one Hamster wheel, straight onto another!



posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 10:39 AM
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Originally posted by TheExopolitician
In every single thread, in every single forum I have participated, in every single instance where I have called out Wilcock as a fraud, pointing to the references of this truth over and over, within moments, someone comes along and wants...what I have already exhaustively provided.


It is of paramount importance that everyone does their own research. For too long these very same sheeple have not been able to think for themselves or willing to spend the same time and effort I do. I'll be damned if I am going to start doing your work for you if for no other reason than it is entirely counterproductive.

Start by paying attention. You are being mislead. You will never know you are a sheep until you stop being one.



edit on 14-2-2012 by TheExopolitician because: (no reason given)


Another example of Trolling 101. Not a shred of evidence countering his claims. Merely pointing to some nebulous posts in the past without a reference is not proof in a court of law or a court of public opinion.

Obviously nobody gave a rats's butt about your bitterness on the other sites. Why do you torture yourself here? Your ranting merely serves to undermine any credibility you may have.

I found the piece fascinating. I found his methods and references to exceed the burden of journalism so obviously lacking in the mainstream media. As a former employee of every major cable news network and a media trainer, I have some professional basis for my opinions.

The facts shall stand for themselves soon. The lawsuit naming the Fed, the UN, the Bank of International Settlements and others will shed light on the institutional fraud perpetrated against humanity for the last 3 centuries.

David Wilcock may have claimed many things in the past. I don't argue that. The information included in the exhaustive series of articles has the potential to change every aspect of society on every continent in the world. It is incumbent upon each individual to consider the evidence impartially and ask oneself if they are part of the charade.



posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 11:00 AM
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Originally posted by TheExopolitician
A lawsuit to end financial tyranny? Poor people, so quick to buy into whatever feel good bullsh!t they are being fed...

Sane minded folks notice the pattern, Wilcock very often picks "X" event which causes a large impact on the collective consciousness...reminds me when the fraud was talking about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and how it was the final lesson before graduation AKA ascension.


So much for being the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce.


cymbal crash

You know, this is actually clever. All these frauds sell (dis)info, no matter that 99/100 will give them the middle finger, the 1% is jackpot.
and it appears that there is an ever revolving door of 1%ers.


Somebody said earlier in the thread that "will people eventually stop following Wilcockfraud when they realize that nothing he says comes true". Sadly this is incorrect.

History reports the alternative community provides a never ending stream of fresh meat for the fraud mill, in the form of newly awakened truth seekers, who are quite gullible, and because of their lack of experience in these matters find it impossible to sort the wheat from the Wilfrauds.

I wonder what percentage of truth seekers simply give up? Off one Hamster wheel, straight onto another!


It's funny that you seem to get so angry about anybody believing Wilcock. What is your motivation? Are you the self appointed guide here to protect idiots from themselves?

What makes your pronouncements any more valid than any huckster, charlatan or 3 Card Monty dealer? Your bitterness seems to betray some greater motive than an agent of good lookig out for the interests of persons unable to think for themselves.

It's venomous slurs that add credence to the assertions of many that ATS is merely another front for the wagers of propaganda. I would hope you could find a more productive and positive outlet for your superior ability to communicate and persuade. How about writing on teen pregnancy or AIDS?

I took away from the 8th section a link to an article written by Keith Scott. It provided very practical information to protect ones home from foreclosure. It explained in very simple terms that private banks have no power to convert a mortgagee's signature into cash. They are simply brokers of a transaction between the Federal Govt, the actual backer of the loan.

Banks are guilty of fraud if they do not register the mortgage properly and list it as an asset on he ledger of the federal govt. instead they list only the liability on the ledger of the govt. A homeowner must simply demand that a bank prove the funds were drawn from their own account. Lacking that, they are guilty. Furthermore, it is against every bank's charter to loan any money and list it as federally backed and sell it when it was never backed in the first place.

I may not have explained it well enough to understand but it made complete sense to me. If no other section in that book David wrote was valid, that section validated enough for me to consider the entire piece with a critical impartial and open mind.

Try that exopolitician. You may find it much more enlightening than calling out names and having a fit like a three year old who pees in his own pants to make a point.



posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 11:29 AM
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I am more than reasonably knowledgeable and experienced pertaining to a wide variety of esoteric topics and practices over and above (and despite) the fact that I'm a post-graduate scientist. However this drivel does not contribute to esoteric, anthropological, historical or scientific studies pertaining to any of the topics touched on by Mr Wilcox.

This world and life are of infinite interest, wonder and strangeness; however, a guy that claims to not only be a reincarnation of Cayce but (surprise) his core group of family and friends are also reincarnated duplicates of the the whole Cayce clan? Because they look alike in photos...?

For instance, Wilcock regarding the pineal gland were of passing interest - it should be noted that the pine cone was celebrated in pagan religions as being representative of life cycles and evergreen and that this probably had a bigger influence on early Christianity than the shape of the pineal gland. More so in ancient cultures that would deify the plant material that gave the insights and visions and that encountered during such visions rather than the responsible organ, gland, etc.

Unlike our fraud in mention, I don't pretend to know the answer to the 2012 issue and would never stifle debate on issue that we have no clear knowledge of or definite answer to but Mr Wilcock tries to impress his audience through unsubstantiated references to his access to "Black Ops" and unique information...note that when he knows his argument is a little thin the involuntary nose rubbing commences (google "body language").

He uses scientific theories, to quote Mark Twain "in the same way a drunk uses a lamp pole" and spices his presentation with references to "hidden" and Black Ops intelligence that he was privy to to create the impression you shouldn't question the absurdity of some of his statements 'cause he has access to info / intel that you will never have...he was also THE guy that knows the reason behind the US going after Sadam....come on folks...he is even intimately acquainted with the equipment found at Roswell...solved the enigmatic Revelations 18: 13...


Judging by the audiences here on ATS and the ones I have personally sat, Mr Wilcock is hopefully not exposed to too many people pursuing scientific or esoteric knowledge - let's hope this doesn't change; the last thing people striving for spiritual maturity need is another fraudulent detractor.



posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 11:31 AM
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I read the entire article and find that it is indeed verifiable. Massive amounts of gold were shipped to the USA durring and after ww2.

Our country can shiat trillions on a whim, so why steal from those that deposited gold with us some 6 decades ago.
This link confirms the trillions stolen, to my mind anyway, and then laundered.

UK Parliment in session
16 Feb 2012 : Column 1016
5.20 pm
Lord James of Blackheath


here are three possible conclusions which may come from it. First, there may have been a massive piece of money-laundering committed by a major Government who should know better. Effectively, it undermined the integrity of a British bank, the Royal Bank of Scotland, in doing so.


Follow the link and read his statement it is very informative. I suspect that Lord Blackheath is very busy in closed sessions this week. Bear in mind all governments know about "black gold" , however they have not acknowledge it in public forums.

To the haters. You are too quick to judge and should keep an open mind if indeed you are truth seekers. Take the bits of truth and throw away the rest. The nature of a conspiracy is that the facts can only be pieced together from multiple sources until the full picture is seen. Even then it still has deny-ability due to the sources of the facts.



posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 11:35 AM
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Originally posted by awakentired

I read the entire article and find that it is indeed verifiable. Massive amounts of gold were shipped to the USA durring and after ww2.


The gold that was fictionally shipped to the US that is the crux of this thread - it was physically impossible according to the tonnages and the carrying capacity of the 7 destroyers.

Do the math. I have.

Back to your delusions...




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