posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 08:19 PM
3 deposits ($5T each) equals 3 players. Being equally complicit insures mutual silence and cross leverage for the parties.
Scotland, England, and the U.S? ...maybe, ...or their correlating central banks at least? Probably. Certainly too much money to be under the radar.
It is a scam ... for the compound interest. The original "deposits" were fictitious (fraudulent) and never meant to be cashed in or collected on
anyway (I'm sure all 3 parties agreed), so the "gold" backing them, or not, was always irrelevant to the scam.
For easier number sakes;
$15,000 at a daily compounded interest of just 1.5% is $15,226.69 per annum (add zeroes as applicable).
As mentioned in the video, the overnight holding banks take the above interest and invest it elsewhere ( and so earn rates of returns on those
The initial "deposit" may have been fraudulent, but the interest earned (if they can maintain plausible deny ability?) is clean and retain able, as
is the returns on the investments they've made with these funds.
This, in essence, is how money laundering works.
In the beginning he tells you what happened when talking about the bonds "...which has been prepared to provide a threat to one Government or more if
they do not make a pay-off."
At some point a fourth party (Rhiyadi?) who was not included in their 3 party game caught on to what they were doing and tried to call them on it
and/or blackmail them.
Likely told to kiss off, the blackmailer then had the bonds printed (fake) to directly represent the unfunded $15 Trillion these other 3 were already
floating back and fourth between each other as a way to expose their fraud if they didn't pay.
Maybe they paid? maybe even a few times or to a few different people already?
Whatever the case, the initial fraudulent $15T has been cleaned off the books, or is about to be, as stated in the video "...we have a vast amount of
money festering away in the European banking system which is not real money, in which case we need to take it back."
The $15T plus generated in interest on the initial fraudulent amount and the other ROI's from that interest generated, which have been invested
several times over, have long since been shuffled and cleaned.
The initial fraudulent amount is back off the books, the scam is run, so paying someone to keep quite now is a mute point. Try to call them on it now
and they'll just throw your Asterix in jail.
My Take anyway.
Oh, P.S. The guy in the vid. is a shill.