posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 03:14 AM
This does lend more credence to Fulford and Wilcox, it is interesting to note that he has been looking into this since 2009, with documents of
meetings from 2006. Please not he said he had the original contracts, not just possibly falsified copies.
Seems strange to me that 15 Trillion was paid into the banking system in 2006, if this was actually fraudulent money, making compound interest on
overnight transactions, at some point this capital, being fraudulent would have to be removed from the system, could this of been in 2008, could this
of been the trigger for the recession? 15, trillion disappearing overnight would definitely rock the boat.
But I don't get how this money if it was fraudulent could of got into the system, How could RBS accept 3 separate deposits of 5 trillion dollars
without verifying it? there is no way they would put that cash on their books without checking it and its credentials. Imagine going inot you local
bank and saying, I wish to deposit 5 trillion, it would be checked and you would be checked, if it is in fact fake, then it had to be done at the very
top to stop alarm bells going off everywhere, very senior people would have to have signed this off