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David Wilcock Nails It: How The LIBOR Scandal Might Take The Financial Elite Down

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posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 04:21 PM
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Hello dear ATSers,

David Wilcock has posted one of his best articles yesterday on the LIBOR scandal and how it ties with what might be the beginning of the end for the financial elite of the world.

David Wilcock: The Great Revealing

You can put the Wilcock hate aside, he doesn't talk about 2012, ascension, ET help or insider information. No, almost all of this article is based on verifiable facts and undeniable proof of a movement against the "cabal" that had their grip on the financial system for at least 300 to 400 years.

In fact, how interesting it is that the LIBOR scandal exploded the same day the house passed a bill that would authorize a full and complete bottom to top audit of the FED Reserve, unlike the partial audit we had earlier this year that exposed 26 trillions of hidden bailouts.

This article is fascinating, and I can honestly say that we didn't have such good news since...well since a long time. I suggest you click on the links, images and videos included in the article, as they provide additionnal proof of Wilcock's theory.

Sure, it is only a a theory, the one that a tight and secretive movement is trying to bring financial tyranny to an end, but it might very well be true.

So if you want both an entertaining and informative read, I suggest you read this breaking scandal as soon as you can!

EDIT 1:
June 27th is the day these 3 things happened
1. CTFC files charges against Barclays.
2. Ron Paul Audit the Fed shocked everyone when it was passed.
3. And for those who've been following Drake: That is the day he announced "Green Light"!

EDIT 2:
Here's the document that broke this scandal, coming directly from the CFTC:
CFTC Legal Pleading Document

Here's a video that sums it up pretty good:


It explains what is the LIBOR scandal and why it is such a big deal.
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posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 04:30 PM
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David Wilcock has posted one of his best articles yesterday on the LIBOR scandal and how it ties with what might be the beginning of the end for the financial elite of the world.


I would question the use of the word "best" to describe any David Wilcock article.

Didn't he say the same thing about this big trillion dollar lawsuit filed by the Dragon family that his lunatic buddy Ben Fulford dropped the dime on?

He makes good people look bad.

You can most certainly count on this lawsuit not amounting to much now that Wilcock has said that it will be the beginning of the end for the financial elite.
I think that he is a shill used to dumb down his audience.
The guy makes no sense and lives in a world of fairies and gumdrops.
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posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 04:40 PM
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The LIBOR scandal has started the Great Revealing of Financial Tyranny. Mass arrests must begin with mass charges, and mass court cases


thought the mass arrests had already started? how many times have we been told this?

now they are adding mass charges and mass court cases to the line.

i think you can take the 'm' off the mass and we would be closer to the truth.

there will never be any mass arrests. people who think like this have no idea how this world is run and will always be run.

if you are waiting for mass arrests you will still be waiting when you take your last breath on this planet.



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 04:40 PM
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Yes, I agree with you, but I carefully worded this particular sentence.

The reason I said it might be one of his "best" article, is that unlike most of his articles, he simply relied on factual data, almost no "insider info", no wild speculation, basically no what makes Wilcock Wilcock.

I suggest you give it a try, I had given up on Wilcock lately and started to read his article out of curiosity. Turns out I read the whole article.

I think this one is really grounded, and reveals how important and novel this scandal is. I had no idea before how big of a deal this LIBOR scandal is.

The only thing that I feel is bad about this article, is that it is written by David Wilcock, and with that comes his fragile reputation. So I will say, disregard the fact that David Wilcock wrote this, and you will end up with a perfectly written investigation, based on many verifiable data.



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 04:48 PM
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Originally posted by lacrimaererum

The LIBOR scandal has started the Great Revealing of Financial Tyranny. Mass arrests must begin with mass charges, and mass court cases


thought the mass arrests had already started? how many times have we been told this?

now they are adding mass charges and mass court cases to the line.

i think you can take the 'm' off the mass and we would be closer to the truth.

there will never be any mass arrests. people who think like this have no idea how this world is run and will always be run.

if you are waiting for mass arrests you will still be waiting when you take your last breath on this planet.


Read the article, even UK's MSM is talking about mass criminal charges and arrests (David Cameron called for a mass arrest of everybody implicated in the scandal). This scandal could deal a solid strike to the occult financial system, we are talking about 12 of the biggest banks of the world all conspiring against the people.

Usually, the regulatory organisations don't bother breaking these scandals, and when they do, they are about small players stealing millions or billions to the people.

This time it is different: Barclay's is facing serious legal threats, and all the banks will most likely be in the same situation not so long from now. Yes, he's been talking about mass arrest for some time, and it never came to happen. However, this time, there is a real life possibility. By that I mean this is a developing scandal that is going wild, especially in the UK, and it simply can't be silenced.

Find one equivalent scandal that is as big as this one. There is none, period. This is the biggest scheme disclosure, the biggest scandal exposed to the public since...well since forever. This is unprecedented, I fail to see why people aren't going insane over this.

800 trillions worth of fraud sure is something that should wreak havoc right?

EDIT: I wish to add, it's not because it ain't big in our western media that the situation isn't enormous. No silence will undo what has been exposed. The banks are in big troubles, and I don't know how they can get out of there healthy.
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posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 04:51 PM
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For all his insider knowledge, why didn't Wilcock break the libor story himself?
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posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 04:56 PM
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You are absolutely right if you are waiting for someone to do something. All of us are someone and it is up to all of us to do something. Can't never did do anything as they say. Anytime people actually get active we have stopped them at least for a little while. There were over 1500 bankers went to jail over the savings and loan scandal. Did they get them all? NO but it did put a stop the all out theft at least for awhile. As long as people act as though they don't care why should they care. Nothing will stop until they are forced to stop.



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:01 PM
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Originally posted by Gab1159

However, this time, there is a real life possibility.



that's it. right there. the possibility. thats how you get sucked in and fall for this BS.

it will always be possible.

but i guarantee you it will never happen.

you say its the biggest scandal ever. its just the biggest scandal since the last biggest one. and there will of course be bigger ones to come.

these arrests will never happen, just like the aliens will never land, just like christ is not going to reappear, just like the apocalypse is not going to happen, there will be no rapture. etc

these are all distrations to stop you looking where u are supposed to be looking. and when people grow tired of these stories, new stories will be introduced.



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:02 PM
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Originally posted by DJW001
For all his insider knowledge, why didn't Wilcock break the libor story himself?
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Even if he knew about it, he would never have the data to prove it. You can't break a scandal of such proportions without undeniable proof, because it is simply too big people will not believe it.

What the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has done (which is a regulatory organisation), is to secretly go on a 3 year long investigation, and they gathered enough proof to convince everybody.

Do a little exercise, research on the LIBOR scandal on MSM, and see who's outraged about it. You will see the usual "experts" of finance that are usually boring, calm and "humble" going crazy over this.

As I said, it is so big, and it has so many implications that people won't believe a single word of it unless you have undeniable proof. David could never get them, even his alleged insiders. The CFTC probably did the sneakiest financial investigation to date.



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:05 PM
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Originally posted by lacrimaererum

Originally posted by Gab1159

However, this time, there is a real life possibility.



that's it. right there. the possibility. thats how you get sucked in and fall for this BS.

it will always be possible.

but i guarantee you it will never happen.

you say its the biggest scandal ever. its just the biggest scandal since the last biggest one. and there will of course be bigger ones to come.

these arrests will never happen, just like the aliens will never land, just like christ is not going to reappear, just like the apocalypse is not going to happen, there will be no rapture. etc

these are all distrations to stop you looking where u are supposed to be looking. and when people grow tired of these stories, new stories will be introduced.



Alright, then tell me where I should be looking, if it is not at the financial tyranny. Where should I be looking, I wonder.

And no, this scandal has nothing like the apocalypse, the rapture, and the Christ. Do you have any idea what the LIBOR scandal is about? Did you even do some basic research about it? Because there is a reason most people aware of this are going crazy right now. Because this is a scandal implicating the heart of the financial system. Not just a bank. Not just an in-country scandal. This is a scandal that goes beyond borders, and legal actions are taken for once.

So, where should I be looking? Explain the LIBOR scandal in your words.

As I said, disregard Wilcock, and ignore conspiracy theories, This is not some lunatic theories. Go see what the MSM has to say about it, as it reflects exactly what the public see. And tell me it's no big deal again!



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:09 PM
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Public has already lost interest in the LIBOR scandal with this shooting in the states. Already forgotten, and for most people they had no clue with the LIBOR rate really is anyway.

Expect the same old from the banks....well, until this phony economy blows up in all our faces anyway.



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:14 PM
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Originally posted by MidnightTide
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Public has already lost interest in the LIBOR scandal with this shooting in the states. Already forgotten, and for most people they had no clue with the LIBOR rate really is anyway.

Expect the same old from the banks....well, until this phony economy blows up in all our faces anyway.


True, this is why I would call this shooting a great old false-flag, but this is simply an opinion. However, silence from the media and the fact that the public knows nothing about it doesn't cancel the scandal. The banks will still have to face the same criminal charges, and in the end, will receive the same sentence that they would have if the public was aware of this. This is not some third-party pleading here, we're talking about the CFTC. The banks are in big troubles, regardless of what the public thinks about it.

In the meantime, a crazy guy shoots 71 people...



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:20 PM
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Thr banker elites just ain't gonna be "coming down" even in your best made fantasies...

They might get fined (which comes out of the pockets of the shareholders alone!)
see their wage compensation and Bonuses are outside any 'clawback' Legal processes, Thanks to their well itemized 'contracts'

the top elites and Executives are immune from the normal prosecution that we (commoners) on Main Street will endure for misdeamonors that are 10X less damaging than the fraud and outright theft the elites pull-off as a matter of course in their leadership roles..
.
remember a CEO is not in that position because they are morally upright... they are there because they can Game the system


What a crude & rude business structure we are living in, huh
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posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:21 PM
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I have to say I am happy you posted this. I read it earlier today and thought about posting it myself. Being ATS and aDW in same thread is tough around here. I feel your frustration of people not getting past the messenger to hear the message. Like you, I think he backs this one up pretty well. Perhaps as DW has stated, it is pretty quiet news as far as the west goes. I dont see how that can last much longer though. I like you feel it is big news as well. Pwrhaps when members see it coming to light from othet sources.... Sigh...



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:21 PM
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At first I thought Wilcock was offering the reverse of Doom Porn, or just preaching a sermon about hope and justice. Now With this article I'm starting to wonder if he is telling the truth. This LIBOR scandal is worldwide and could have worldwide effects.

MSM news sources are at historic lows, nobody believes what they tell us.

Approval rating for government also at all time lows.

We are generally awake as a population, and we know the system is beyond broken.

So whats next?



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:26 PM
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Originally posted by LDragonFire


We are generally awake as a population, and we know the system is beyond broken.

So whats next?



what about the China solution... liquidate/eradicate/terminate the transgressors or let them do it to themselves
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posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:27 PM
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Originally posted by LDragonFire
At first I thought Wilcock was offering the reverse of Doom Porn, or just preaching a sermon about hope and justice. Now With this article I'm starting to wonder if he is telling the truth. This LIBOR scandal is worldwide and could have worldwide effects.

MSM news sources are at historic lows, nobody believes what they tell us.

Approval rating for government also at all time lows.

We are generally awake as a population, and we know the system is beyond broken.

So whats next?


Well see, I'm not myself a big Wilcock fan, he's discredited himself too many times. However, this article is a killer one. Very well backed up, and mostly all verifiable facts. This is a gem.

And I would agree with you, I think people are more awake than they seem to be, at least, where I live (Québec, Canada, home of the student strike
). Almost everybody here believes the game is rigged to an extreme level, and the trust towards the government, financial system, the police, the banks and the corporations are at an all time low. I feel very optimistic.

So what's next?



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:30 PM
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Originally posted by St Udio
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Thr banker elites just ain't gonna be "coming down" even in your best made fantasies...

They might get fined (which comes out of the pockets of the shareholders alone!)
see their wage compensation and Bonuses are outside any 'clawback' Legal processes, Thanks to their well itemized 'contracts'

the top elites and Executives are immune from the normal prosecution that we (commoners) on Main Street will endure for misdeamonors that are 10X less damaging than the fraud and outright theft the elites pull-off as a matter of course in their leadership roles..
.
remember a CEO is not in that position because they are morally upright... they are there because they can Game the system


100% spot on the money.

the only possible means for effective change must come from a unified action of the people.

At one time guns, ammo and numbers were sufficient, but not anymore.
We have to become unified and commit to a singular action.

Any other action might be cathartic but it will not change a darn thing.
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posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 05:37 PM
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I have always felt the power elite would lead to there own destruction, the only question is will they take all of us with them? Also is they are greedy and motivated by profit and the bottom line and manipulating the system, certain groups can manipulate them into actions that will also lead to there downfall.

The numbers of bankers and other people that have resigned in the past year makes me think there power structure is crumbling, just like rats deserting a ship before anyone else knows there is any problems.



posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 11:04 PM
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S & F off to read some more Thank
From Northwest Ontario Canada
Just make sure you don’t go down too far down the rabbit hole
But my quess is it is bottomless




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