If you've been paying attention, you've probably noticed that something of vast significance is taking place in the world right now. You can deny the
facts all you want, but it's extremely clear that the global economy is in dire trouble, and there is a massive storm brewing just under the surface.
Behind the scenes powerful people are collaborating and thinking of ways to make it all go away... but it isn't going to. The point of no return has
long been passed. It wont be long before the final nail is hammered into the the proverbial coffin... unless we do something about it and stop this
train before it reaches the end of the proverbial track. Ok enough of the stupid word play, lets get down to business.
I'm the type of conspiracy researcher that enjoys "connecting the dots" in order to get an understanding of the larger picture. Some times I dedicate
days or even weeks to studying a particular topic to do just that. Then some times I will post I thread in which I attempt to convey what I have
learned so that others might get a sense of the "bigger picture" also. After reading Wilcock's latest series titled "Financial Tyranny", which I'm
sure most of you have heard about by now, a lot of different dots started to connect in my head. Many different news articles started to make more
sense. I thought about posting a long thread detailing some of my conclusions so far, but I thought it was time for something different.
To be honest this whole topic is one of the most convoluted and complex things I have ever come across in my entire life, and I can't even begin to
understand it on my own. That's why I've decided that we should try and work on this together and try putting together some of the puzzle via a group
effort. I mean, that's what ATS is really about right? We can sit here all day complaining and whining about what's wrong with the world, but what do
we ever really do about it? I think this is a good chance for us to actually attempt to make a difference by uncovering this vast global economic
tyranny as a group. David did a brilliant job at covering this topic himself, but I think there is much more to be dug up.
So, to get us started, I am going to provide some of the links and videos that I have collected as part of my research effort up to this point. I will
try to present them in a chronological order so that you can get an understanding of how we have arrived at the trillion dollar lawsuit. It is only
because I browse ATS almost daily that I was able to recall some of these older threads and articles. I hope some of you can take to the time to look
over a lot of this information and begin to connect the more subtle dots that have evaded us so far. I know there's much to be discovered here, and I
also know that we can piece together a more reliable hypothesis than what we have now, if we look hard enough.
Now, it all started when the following story broke in 2009 (the original JapanToday source article is no longer available so I've provided the
Two Japanese men are detained in Italy after allegedly attempting to take $134 billion worth of U.S. bonds over the border into Switzerland.
Details are maddeningly sketchy, so naturally the global rumor mill is kicking into high gear.
2 Japanese Carrying $134 Bil Worth Of U.S. Bonds Detained in Italy
I remember reading that thread back in 2009, however I didn't really pay much attention to it at the time. I just assumed it was some type of scam as
the Bloomberg article tries to suggest. However, things got much more interesting last year when a man named Neil Keenan filed a federal lawsuit
against "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.". At this point I knew something wasn't right, and I immediately remembered the story from 2009. We can see
that this is clearly referring to the same incident where the 2 Japanese men were arrested trying to cross the Italian border:
Keenan claims the conspiracy began with the illegal detention of two Japanese citizens, Akihiko Yamaguchi and Mitsuyoshi Watanabe, and the seizure
of $134.5 billion in bonds they were holding in Italy, in June 2009.
Federal Lawsuit Claims Illuminati Groups Stole $1.1 Trillion
(Courthouse News Article)
As we can see, Keenan claims to be a representative of a group called "The Dragon Family". But what or who exactly is The Dragon Family? Well take a
look at this excerpt from the same Courthouse News article (link above):
"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
Keenan says that with accrued interest the instruments are now worth more than $1 trillion. He says the family designated him as its principal in an
effort to select certain registered and authorized Private Placement Investment Programs (PPPs) for the benefit of unspecified global humanitarian
As it turns out, a guy named Benjamin Fulford
claims to be a "spokesperson" for
this same family, and he's been saying it for quite a long time. He was even talking about this lawsuit before it was actually on the public record.
Before this, I don't think too many people really payed much attention to what he had to say, he did seem to be a little bit of a crackpot. However,
after his word proved to be true on this particular case, many people started to take him more seriously. If you have no idea who Fulford is, I would
encourage you to watch this video of Fulford (which is several years old now) where he talks about how he came into contact with Asian secret
societies, and actually manages to interview David Rockefeller - he even squeezes in a question about Ron Paul.
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