Well the comments keep coming in on the Kennedy Bearer bonds blog that I posted last Thursday. Yet another reader was able to process those images and make more determinations about the strange instrument. Again, I pass this along to you the readers without comment, as I have no way with my own image processing software to determine whether or not the following statements are true, yet, I believe that they are significant enough to bring them to everyone's attention. I have deleted the name of the reader but he or she is a member of this website:


"I believe the issuer/creator of the bearer bonds is stamped right on the face of the bond, surrounding the red seal:  Money World, Asia.
I found their website via Google; here are some relevant quotes:

"'MoneyWorld Asia first started as a numismatic company dealing in money collectibles and commemorative products. Our humble beginning has enabled us to forge close relations with major central banks in the world, including the Bank of England, the US Bureau of Printing & Engraving, The Reserve Bank of Australia and New Zealand, as well as the Board of Commissioners of Currency-Singapore (BCCS). "

"'MoneyWorld Asia is one of the region’s most trusted and reliable Foreign Exchange and Remittance dealer, with offices in seven countries and a presence across the Asia Pacific. We are the world’s leader in Foreign Exchange and Electronic Funds Transfers, constantly innovating and developing new products and forging new channels for the benefit of our clients."

"''A significant milestone was our active participation at the Handover of Hong Kong to the People’s Republic of China in 1997, where we co-ordinated the commemorative notes to mark this momentous occasion."

"'MoneyWorld Asia is a foreign exchange operator, specializing in cash handling services to enable individuals and businesses to conduct cross-border transactions. Our clients include Multi-National Corporations, educational institutions, government agencies, retailers, duty-free concessions and hotels."

"'Since our inception in 1991, MoneyWorld Asia has enlarged our business focus in the world of money. We have established a two-pronged business strategy: money changing and remittance services, and numismatic products."

"'Moneyworld has today entrenched itself firmly in the global forex markets, with the added specialization in niche currencies such as the Chinese RMB (Yuan), Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) and the Indonesian Rupiah (INR). As these are non-tradable currencies, Moneyworld’s correspondent offices in these countries have provided our clients with a constant availability of these currencies, allowing them to transact with their partners in these currencies quickly and without fuss."

And there you have it. If this analysis be proven true, or if any other readers are able to make the same determinations about the red seal on the obverse, I would be grateful to hear from you.

If this is the source for these bonds then it's a huge story: why would such a company be involved in such a scheme that could seriously affect its position in Asian currency trading? If it was set up by these "bonds," who did so, and why? And if indeed it was acting as a go-between and the bonds are legitimate, then who was behind their issuance?

The story just got murkier again, folks, any way one slices it.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Duncan Phelps on May 8, 2011 at 2:26 am

    You are circling right around at the head of the nail! Good thoughts.
    What exactly are these once held Japanese bearer bonds?
    In my 2nd book, ‘ENSLAVEMENT 2011?,’ with some editions I included in the pages a note that was redeemable for a discount on another copy. It had a photo of JFK on it and some good writing. The point I was & am making is my note had something of value behind it. It was more valuable than today’s US$. During an earlier period the US$ was able to be exchanged for silver. Thus, it had value! Today’s FED Notes are only a promise to pay (by simply printing more and making Citizens further in debt). They ask you to have trust in the issuer—The private Federal Reserve (& their overlords & underlings who up to this day have been able to make war). This has no Trust account behind it unless you think, and there is a legal argument in support of this, that the birth certificates and the Social Security accounts of those so registered back them up. But this cannot be forthcoming to the Public for fear of exposing the truth behind an incorporated business handling a commodity of slaves!

    All this is coming to a head these months: What has value behind it and what only has the word of “trust me” by someone who is deeply in debt, meaning they have over-bragged regarding their abilities! It is fitting some how that Obama has difficulties with issues of BirthC & SS#s! The silver market is in collapse today because the margins have been suddenly changed by TPTB/were so there will not be a short call [this week], as so many are buying silver as a DELIVERED product. This is making many more fully realize Wall Street is nothing but a fixed gambling house! Thus, trust is being further lost in all markets.

    The question: What do we have to turn to for value in our future? Could it be ‘ourselves’ [for some of us this is proved by our record/history]!

    Duncan Phelps, gov’nor 51 e-state (state of mind/being/reality: each [of us has] an estate [thanks to Trust Law] to claim, with which we may govern of our own self [“outside” The System/the-box], if we are responsible and keen!)

  2. Robert Barricklow on May 6, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    Reliable source of information pulls curtain off!
    All appearance look towards a high probably that most of what is discussed is solid.

    Source: Jim Fetzer Podast/Frances Boyle-Karl Grossman Fri Apr 29, 2011

    Do the dots(above info) connect to the Bonds?
    (Nazi criminal elements endemic to systems?)

  3. Old Cap'n Kent on May 4, 2011 at 7:23 pm

    On April 28, the first day the photo of the bond appeared on this site, I believe, I studied the picture for about an hour under 4X magnification and saw many flaws; enough to convince me it was faked. Among many things, on the back were the words God Bless A______something. I thought that if it had been printed in the US it would have said In God We Trust. I noted the red seal encircled with Money World. Convinced it a fake and taking my cue from those silly TV commercials, I wrote this:

    “Buy a piece of history: Get your authorized Kennedy Commemorative One Billion Dollar Bond beautifully crafted on fine 100% recycled paper from Money World for the astonishingly low introductory price of only $19.95. But wait! Order within the next 20 minutes and receive absolutely free a second Kennedy Bond to share with a loved one. Call 1-800-555-5555. Offer not available where prohibited.”

  4. MQ on May 4, 2011 at 11:46 am

    For the more curious, check out their website:
    Mercy, the rabbit hole just got even deeper.

  5. Patrick on May 4, 2011 at 6:17 am

    Ok, so their numismatic division is more likely to be responsible for the creation of these notes. Its interesting how money is created in our central bank system. Everything is a note…there is no real actual money…you federal reserve notes are a mere debt claim…everything must be authenticated by a bank in the system and if you prepare it correctly you can create money.

    There are a few people in the “accepted for value” camps that have used this to their detriment and gotten arrested because their writing checks against an IRS/Treasury (not quite sure) account to pay creditors off.

    This company is intricately tied into the central bank system so I could fathom a scenario where these are created at someone’s discretion as a numismatic note especially with all the errors so many people have pointed out. However Fulford’s background on this makes it seem as though they potentially are real. Only a central bank could probably clean these and turn them into money credit. I’m thinking you could do this in Europe and through euro/dollar swaps launder them back through the FED which would just keep rolling the loans as they come due.

    I’m sure I’m not the only one concluding there are probably at least two versions of truth to this story…one that makes sense and the one that defies all logic which is more apropos.

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