As most of you are aware, I've been fascinated for some time now with the stories of all the allegedly fake bearer bonds that seem to pop up every now and then. There was first the Japanese Bearer Bond scandal, involving some $134,000,000,000 in bearer bonds that were self-evidently faked. Well, one scandal might have been written off as being merely an odd episode on otherwise tranquil financial seas, but then mere weeks ago, another story broke in Spain about the seizure of more allegedly faked series 1934 U.S. Federal Reserve bullion-backed bonds in the trillions of dollars, and then, mere weeks later, a similar story broke in Italy, where again, bullion-backed bonds amounting to $6,000,000,000,000 were seized, in denominations of one billion each!

Now here's an interesting further take on this whole episode:


Now before we go any further, note some significant paragraphs from that article:

"Investors in the Far East have parted with huge sums of money to buy these bonds at 1¢ in the dollar. In June 2001 a US resident shot his wife and two children then turned the gun on himself after finding that these bonds, which he tried to encash at the US Bureau of Public Debt, were complete fakes.

"Invariably the bonds are contained in what looks like a metal box with a serial number and a key number. The seal of the United States is usually embossed on to box lid. Once opened, the box will contain the bonds (which have a peculiar creosote aroma), sometimes large and heavy yellow metal coins in denominations of anything from $100m - $1bn, a negative film roll and a supporting documents such as an international certificate of immunity.

"Although the Treasury Bonds are well presented, the fraudsters did not realise that the various Federal Reserve Banks have codes attached to them as follows:-

Boston: A; 1 Richmond: E; 5 Minneapolis: I; 9
New York City: B; 2 Atlanta: F; 6 Kansas City: J; 10
Philadelphia: C; 3 Chicago: G; 7 Dallas: K; 11
Cleveland: D; 4 St. Louis: H; 8 San Francisco: L; 12

"Some of the treasury notes have the incorrect seal code for the Federal Reserve Bank purporting to have issued the note. How did this happen? Quite simply, the fraudsters cut and pasted images of current $US currency into the bonds and they didn’t look too closely or they didn’t understand what the codes meant. On occasion, if you know where to look, you can see the remnants of the currency that they have tried to hide or cut in the process."

Now I find this intriguing: first, improper registry numbers on these falsified securities are such an obvious mistake that one wonders why anyone going to all the bother of concocting such counterfeits, and the strongboxes, would make them, unless they wanted the securities to be identified as frauds. As I blogged before, the vast sums, and the trouble the counterfeiters have gone to, suggests that the market exists, and that market can only exist if in fact there were similar legitimate  securities possibly in existence.

But what I find more suspicious, indeed, highly suspicious, is the claim that one man, who had apparently tried to cash the bonds, allegedly murdered his wife and children, and then himself, because he discovered the bonds were fakes.  Now this, my friends, I find totally implausible, or at least, my intuition is telling me so. The only reason that might make a man that distraught is if he had invested a vast amount of his personal money in the security to begin with. But we're given no such indication in this article. Rather, I think whatever this man turned up was somehow a threat to the whole operation (be that operation that of the original counterfeiters, or that of the genuine implied hidden financial structure).

Now as I blogged earlier on this website (see "Bonds, Bullion, Blackheath, and the Breakaway Civilization: A Speculation", March 3, 2012), into this very puzzling plot steps Lord Blackheath of Great Britain, a Tory peer in the House of Lords, who pointed out that there was a huge discrepancy between the official estimates of the world's gold bullion stocks, and what may actually be the case. Lord Blackheath suggested that the actual stocks may be much greater than reported, perhaps even as much as an order or two of magnitude.

So let's suppose, for the sake of argument that this is true, that the actual gold stocks may be as much as a magnitude of order greater than the public estimations of the same. What would this mean?

Well, consider this scenario: suppose the fiat currencies of the central bankers - from the dollar and Euro to the reminbi - collapse. There would be an immediate rush to bullion, particularly gold, which is already at record prices. Such a rush would drive prices up even further  until...

....someone sitting on top of the "extra gold" were to dump it, collapsing bullion prices, and soaking up even more cash, which bullion could then be bought back at rock bottom prices... the value both of currency and bullion would be "reset"...

Ye olde plotte thickens...

...See you on the flip side.

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. Will on March 18, 2012 at 10:48 am

    I found this possible connection between “all that extra gold” and Martin Bormann…

    “…the world of money holds many more and darker mysteries still. The most startling of these is that the official figures revealing how much gold exists are fabricated. This, it seems, is because it has been determined that there are two sorts of gold. The “white” gold of the West is mined in small quantities and is used as the basis for official purposes. The “black” gold of the Orient is not official and so cannot be allowed to exist on the books” at all. Such are the massive quantities of black gold in existence that had this singular fact ever been publicly disclosed, the price of gold across the world would have plunged to the depths and remained there forever more.

    This has given rise to two distinct markets for gold. There are official markets that are quoted in the financial press and which appear to be open and above board (but, as we have seen, are not). Then there is the black market. Like gold itself the black market has a long and grimy history. Of this, no period is grimier than the Second World War…

    Beginning in 1935, Japan set about stripping China of its wealth. This “rape” was extended, with the outbreak of WWII, to include a total of twelve Asian nations. The haul gathered by the Japanese plunder teams was simply beyond belief — gold in quantities never dreamt of. This was black gold, long hoarded by the Chinese. Also stolen were large quantities of silver, platinum, gemstones and irreplaceable religious artefacts, some made from solid gold and, in some instances, embedded with precious stones.

    Much of this was buried in the Philippines between 1943 and 1945. Altogether, there were 172 Imperial Japanese burial sites stuffed full of plunder. One site, designated as a triple seven (“777”) held gold and other plunder valued by Japanese accountants at 777 billion yen. At prevailing 1945 exchange rates this equated to 200 billion US dollars. Included was an oil barrel packed full of loose diamonds totalling 150,000 carats. There were dozens of Japanese “triple seven” sites dotted around the Philippines. There were also many “triple nine” troves, too, and a long list of smaller ones. Indonesia also held many equally impressive Japanese treasure troves. In the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos was one of those who set about recovering some of this war loot as soon as the Japanese had left.

    Before Marcos, however, the OSS — the forerunner of the CIA — had already “involved” themselves. Beginning in 1945, OSS operatives chased off a Japanese Golden Lily team and began helping themselves to a triple seven site. The black market gravy train was thus set in motion. By 1984, CIA covert operative General John Singlaub formed a venture called Nippon Star. Singlaub was working with former Reagan NSC staff member Major General Robert Schweitzer — the boss of Colonel Oliver North. This “front” company was expressly founded for the purpose of recovering war gold buried on the Philippines. Others who were later to become involved with Nippon Star included former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General John Vessey, and Ray Cline, the former CIA deputy director of operations. After some thought, Singlaub decided that the latter two were too high profile to be included as directors of the company.

    Essential to Singlaub’s plans was Bob Curtis. A former confidante of Ferdinand Marcos, Curtis possessed copies of the 172 treasure maps made by Japanese cartographers. These showed locations, stated the values of the booty, and made clear what booby traps protected which sites. In 1986, according to Curtis, the Trilateral Commission chased Marcos from office. Curtis has a copy of a Trilateral Commission letter to back up his allegation. The Trilateral group wanted a large hoard of plundered gold that one of Marcos army battalions had spent years recovering in secret.

    But Marcos disagreed. Three days later, Curtis says, he was overthrown. Marcos fled the Philippines and headed for Hawaii, where US government agents ransacked his aircraft and impounded all his confidential papers.

    Marcos was a wily person and had taken the opportunity to place copies of his important documents with his mistress. Following Marcos’ death, she handed them over to Curtis, who now boasts an archive of 60,000 documents. Consequently, Curtis can speak with considerable authority of gold-for- cocaine swaps between Marcos and Panama’s Manuel Noriega. Curtis also speaks of gold-for-oil swaps and has discussed with me a series of gold deals for a trillion dollars, each of which involved Baron Krupp of Germany.

    Krupp’s involvement in black gold dates back a long way, as did his financial accommodations with Adolf Hitler and his deputy Martin Bormann, who may have survived World War II. The last Baron Krupp died in the mid-eighties and, having fathered no children, the direct family line of German gun makers that once made mighty cannon for the Wehrmacht came to an abrupt end. This is no displeasure to me, nor to a great many others, I suspect. What happened to his fortune, however, remains unknown so far as I can determine, except to say it truly was a spectacular fortune. I am fortunate to have an archive of private documents that were acquired from an entirely different and reliable source from those obtained by Bob Curtis. These include confidential documents signed by the late Baron, a financial statement prepared by his Swiss attorney — whom he referred to as “Mein Leiber Bruder” (My Dear Brother — possibly indicating he remained close to the Bormann “Brotherhood” of escaped Nazis) — along with a listing of some of his many bank accounts plus a multi-billion dollar bank draft drawn on a famous German bank.”

  2. amrta on March 16, 2012 at 6:49 pm

    Could the Bearer-Bond Scandal have something to do with the soaring price of gold?

    Try this on for size. Suppose the Bearer-Bonds are genuine, and a run on the Federal Reserve Bank has begun. The Bearer-Bond holders may all be trying to get their gold out of the US system before it is too late.

    The Fed knows that there are way more Bearer-Bonds out there than it has gold in its vaults. It does two things.

    1. It creates more of its Funny Money and buys gold on the open market, so that it has something to give the Bearer-Bond holders who are major players that it can’t stave off or ignore. This gold buying by the Fed is so huge because of these Bearer-Bonds, that it drives the price of gold up and up. In a few years gold goes from $300/oz. to nearly $1800/oz.

    2. It denies the legitimacy of the bonds of the small-time players, claiming they are fakes. Screw the little guy as usual.

  3. hugh on March 14, 2012 at 12:47 pm

    One can make the case for the accumulation of gold by the waring fractions of Germany and the far east in the 30s and onward but surely the total tonnages available have to reflect the mining capabilities of the earliest times and the idea that multiples of existing reported holdings seems a little farfetched. Who is going to collect and hoard the gold achieving nothing more than holding it? And with such costly security that no one can penetrate it?

    However, the concept that the powers that accumulated these assets by dubious, to say the least, means then needed to “wash” the booty such that it could be used for whatever purposes as legitimate funds would be paramount.

    Since these parties are ruthless and have considerable financial savvy it would make sense to move the gold into “safe” repositories that as much as possible were free from audits or checks. Next the issue of bonds or other instruments backed by the very gold in the repositories provides the necessary security for the bonds and interest thereon. Note the double play since these bonds also could be used as collateral for loans. The variety of mechanisms could be immense to thwart tracking.

    Loans could come from those offering the gold storage/bond solution and the proceeds of these loans would finance acquisitions, research, implementation and operation of whatever projects the parties (the gold accumulators) deem a priority. However, both the acquisitions and financing of projects of necessity have to take place within the existing global economy using the various national monies to pay for said acquisitions and all of the ongoing project expenses. Implicitly the gold is already in play albeit two or more steps removed.

    Now the potential for fun. If those institutions who helped smooth the transition of the “stolen” gold assets to “legitimate” bonds/loans were feeling omnipotent (not unlikely) and decided to earn additional profits from, for example, the gold holdings through sales and leasing activities with the idea of the perfect short (sell high and buy low), they are still waiting for the “buy low” component. They now face the prospect of “naked” bonds (the gold security is no longer there). Since they should know the caring nature of the bond holders some sphincter muscles would be in serious activity.

    The bond holders might be looking at taking possession of the gold by redeeming the bonds. For example, they may wish to use a portion of the gold to realize and repay any outstanding loans and/or take the gold and rework the security for any still existing loans replacing gold for bonds and storing the rest. The bond holders have the best of both worlds. They were able to use the securities issued for the gold to realize their goals/projects and now they want their gold to establish greater financial control over their operating environments. The gold accumulators could move in with a solution to international finance through intermediaries under their control with some form of gold backed unit. Their control through the new repositories for their gold would be workable only if they have the gold.

    Now they hammer the bond issuers for the gold. And, if there is no gold, the prospects for those held responsible for its preservation and protection cannot be good. If the amounts are significant then it would seem that the intermediaries in western financial centres have a very serious problem with the “gold accumulators” looking for their hard metal.

    Now one possible solution is to try to create the impression that there are tons of gold, massive amounts, that have never been taken into account in world markets. The gold has just sat in an earthen vault until a anglophile arises, one who coincidentally controls this gold, and offers it free of charge to his favourite country. The magnanimous gesture gets lots of coverage and is used to cover the actual activity which is to hammer the gold market by manipulating the gullible such that panic hits and prices fall. Then the funny money printed world wide and ultimately held by the repository/bond group(s) can pick up the metal at rock bottom prices to meet gold/bond obligations. They hope.

  4. SSNaga on March 13, 2012 at 3:32 am

    You are suggesting that gold may have properties/valuations beyond the Concrete, EXOTERIC realm… Here? Please… (sorry)… this “crowd” can s p e l l “ESOTERIC,” but if it ain’t “PHYSICAL,” it DON’T EXIST to their minds. The term is: “Delimitation” of belief-structures. E.g., Yahweh has a “car” he p’Arks in a “hidden garage” (“somewhere,” likely a mountain range), & maneuvers humanity from. Everything is “As It Seems,” though secrets are being kept by a pack of physical meanies called “elites” who “hand-pass” their goals across 10’s & 100’s of thousands of years of “linear” time. “Keep it simple, Stupid,” is the Motto “here.” Adventures Limited. Velly Solly.

    • paul degagne on March 13, 2012 at 4:15 am

      [ p’Arks —— a very telling Image!

      I like those kind of surprises!

  5. Will on March 12, 2012 at 10:57 pm

    I am not a seasoned trader/scholar/economist, just a guy soaking up this knowledge like a sponge, but I see one (major?) flaw in this latest specualtion… All indications surely are that the price of gold continues to climb, either through further currency debasement or ultimate collapse. Assuming the ‘extra gold’ proposed by Blackheath is dumped into the market at some point, careening the price back into early 2000’s or lower. Why does it automatically follow that other smaller-time gold-hoarders would then be afflicted with a sell-off panic? I mean the stuff holds value, does it not? The wise play is just hang on to it, and deal in only as much as one has to in order to subsist through the fiat currency collapse crisis. I can only see one possible excuse for such a sell-off panic and subsequent blackhole-buy-back: that gold’s true utility as a store of wealth is not understood by the small-timers en masse, it’s still seen as an ‘investment’, so they behave as such.

    Also, what about the possibility that the true purpose of the elites’ appetite or lust for gold is alchemical, or mystical in nature (deal/debt with the “devil”, so to speak?), and not as exoteric (insatiable greed/power-hunger) as being proposed by many financial conspiracy theorists or even those of the Wilcock/Fulford ilk?

    • amrta on March 16, 2012 at 6:15 pm

      Yeah, the vast majority of gold investors don’t own actual physical gold, just paper promises to be redeemed at the current gold price, or gold mining stocks and that sort of thing.

      Just want to clarify your speculation about the gold price going up for “alchemical reasons.” Alchemists don’t need gold, they make gold. The obvious reason to keep the alchemical secrets very secret is so that the market isn’t flooded with alchemically-produced gold.

      One longstanding theory has it that the alchemical secret was transmitted by the ancient Egyptians to certain members of the Tribe of Israel, who over the centuries have used alchemically created gold to fund a banking empire.

      One scenario to explain rocketing gold prices that I haven’t heard yet on this website is the idea that the 12th Planet, Niburu, is back and will be looking to take more gold from Earth as it has on every other visit. Is that what you are referring to as the Wilcock/Fulford theory?

      Personally, it seems to me that the funny money extravaganza of the US Fed is sufficient to explain the plummeting dollar and the secondary soaring of the prices gold, oil, etc.; but it’s fun to speculate that the high price of gold could be demand-driven in some way.

  6. Conan The Librarian on March 12, 2012 at 7:46 pm

    Joseph, I like your analysis so far, but I beg to differ with your assumption that since someone has produced these fakes, then that means that there is a prior existing market. Perhaps this is the start of the creation of a market. Something to consider…

    Success is the child of audacity.
    Benjamin Disraeli

  7. beowulf on March 12, 2012 at 3:31 pm

    “The only reason that might make a man that distraught is if he had invested a vast amount of his personal money in the security to begin with.”

    Exactly, you have to be a pretty unsophisticated buyer to be taken in for this. Think about the conman was selling, money! If it was legal tender, why sell it for 1 cent on the dollar when a bank will buy it from you at 100 cents on the dollar (and an underworld money launder for not much less)? The idiot probably thought he had stumbled over the golden goose and put every single dollar he had into buying all those 1 cent on the dollar investments.

    The murder-suicide story is on the level. A hitman on the ball enough to make murder look like suicide is smart enough to know that killing family members is always a bad call. Leaving aside any moral considerations, killing women and children brings far more police and press attention than simply suiciding one man. In fact, most newspapers make it a point of burying suicide stories (so as not to encourage copycats), its the murders that make the headlines.

  8. amrta on March 11, 2012 at 10:38 am

    If there is one thing that a 20 year study of anomalous phenomena has pointed out to me is how rarely things initially claimed to be fakes ultimately turn out to be fakes.

    Initial photos of UFOs were said to be fakes.

    Crop circles were said to be faked by bar-hopping bozos with boars (BBBBs for short.)

    Free energy devices, homeopathy, radionics etc., etc. etc. Water fuelled cars…

    It’s such an easy out, and history is almost invariably unkind to the camels that want to keep their heads in the sand.

    Fake bearer-bonds? 3 separate episodes spanning years?

    • amrta on March 11, 2012 at 11:03 am

      I suppose we could say that the flip-side of this observation is how often NON-anomalous things, i.e. our current conventionally held view of reality, DOES turn out to be faked.

      The Apollo missions…
      The idea that the Federal Reserve adjusts interests rates to protect us from inflation and recession….
      etc. etc. etc.

      As Lloyd Pye said: “Everything you think you know is wrong.”

  9. Ed Tarbush on March 10, 2012 at 8:33 pm

    This past week on Michael Medved’s conspiracy day a caller mentioned how the Rockefellers were involved with the BIS, Nazi money, South America. The caller said “investigators like Farrell and Loftus have uncovered this involvement”. Medved said, (paraphrasing) that’s crazy the Rockefellers are great people who have helped charities and built many buildings, why would they be involved with the Nazis. He obviously needs to be further educated.

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  11. amrta on March 10, 2012 at 5:21 am

    The gold standard is not coming back, the next currency will be energy credits.

    Energy credits will serve as a much more effective means for social control. This control will be exercised by the issuers of these credits. Guess who will issue them. The power companies themselves of course. Eventually, they will become the de facto medium of exchange, as they will be issued in a form that is transferrable. All that is necessary to cement this in place is to maintain the illusion of scarcity.

    See my comment in Joseph’s blog post “The Alchemical Gold Standard.”

    • Jay on March 10, 2012 at 9:48 am

      Good speculative possibility, amrta, that’s a big reason so many work on open systems, not limited to over u and lenr.

  12. Erik on March 10, 2012 at 12:01 am

    There is some very good applied art utilised in the production of these bonds,
    whether fake or not.
    There are photos of cases full of bonds supposedly issued by the Federal Reserve on David Wilcock’s website. Evidently they date back to the
    period of about 1928 to 1934.

    Let me take a broad look at this..
    Somewhere around the year 1930 you could just about buy yourself a week’s groceries for a dollar. And the price of gold was what, 35 dollars an ounce?

    Bearing that in mind, it’s hard to swallow the idea that the Fed or anyone else
    could issue bonds for a deal in the multi-trillion-dollar range, at that time in
    history. In my estimation the numbers are just simply too big.

    While the whole story may be spectacular, I wouldn’t be surprised if, in the end, it turns out there is no substance to this, except as some kind of con.
    The whole thing smells fishy to me.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on March 10, 2012 at 12:38 am

      Yes it is a con…. but I suspect this is something big…the amounts are, as you say, too big for the time… but the fact remains, there is a MARKET for the fakes, and that implies, genuine antecedents or exemplars…

      • Erik on March 10, 2012 at 2:18 am

        It also begs the question, WHY did Wilcock get a supposed (serious) death threat, evidently in relation to this….Was it to ensure that he went
        public to “authenticate” some kind of scam? I hope not!

        If it’s a market for fakes, then it’s the same story….Caveat Emptor.

      • paul degagne on March 10, 2012 at 3:34 am

        I remember in an economics class the instructor said, ” In its time the Great Depression was the biggest transfer of wealth from the bottom up.

        The one’s with the dough bought up a lot of goodies at fire sale prices.

        I remember my father saying his father sold an almost new Big Shiny Black Buick for around 75 dolllars which he bought for around I think 4 or 5 hundred dollars. In the end of the Depression they eventually lost their house which is one reason my father never allow my mother to fulfill her American Dream of owning a house. He didn’t want the misery of debt associated with a Mortgage!

        I seen junkies buy expensive stuff and then in two two weeks time sell it for almost nothing cause they need a fix. (It’s not quite the same situation except for the Desperation? ) All that gold jewelery around their necks during the eighties and nineties wasn’t just for show. It was an Addict’s Bank Account, ha, ha!

        Yeah, I am with you on that one —- dump/flood the market with gold till it’s cheap and then scoop it all up afterwards. Kind of like continuing to double your bet in gambling. If you can afford you walk away with a fortune.

        (Who can afford it – I can think of a few fat cats who most certainly could pull off stunts like that! I heard a couple of rich Arabs have BUT it’s very risky. I think many of them would or do prefer to scalp everyone with just the moneys received from a simple thing as a low-interest rate that someone wouldn’t mind too much paying (simple USURY!.)

        Unless this sic “so-called’ Breakaway Civilization likes taking SUICIDAL RISKS?

        • HAL838 on March 11, 2012 at 9:17 am

          This seems to be the kind of world you know
          and [love]

          Better the devil you know rather than anything else (?)

      • paul degagne on March 10, 2012 at 3:49 am

        This is kind of like Null Hypothesis Reasoning and I agree with it. (why buy bonds if bonds don’t exist?)

        This makes me think of all these claims of how great some medications are or some of the miracles it may have produced. What about the thousands of people where nothing happened or even worst, shit happened in the form of side-effects. ( I am waiting for the day they have a special medication for the side-effects of the medication you take for side-effects. I am assuming they don’t already but then that is probably just evidence of my own niavitee!)

        The same goes for all these bullshit Therapies now on the Market!

        Give me one good CONSPIRACY THEORY to be paranoid about and I’M CURED! chuckle, chuckle!

        • HAL838 on March 11, 2012 at 10:18 am

          There is only one conspiracy encompassing
          all others within it.

          we did go to the moon and ‘man’ really
          is deleteriously changing his environment
          [certainly not for good] and destroying
          YOUR home [planet]

          Oh yes, [we] have ‘mastered’ the entire planet,
          completely destroyed it if nothing would change
          in rather a hurry………….

          chuckle chuckle

          see you on the “Flip side” or not !
          I’m here because I still hold out hope
          [for you]

          What a diehard………
          what an idiot,
          I am, I am…………………

      • anonmoose on March 11, 2012 at 9:44 pm

        but its too complex for a little detail such as the sum being that large, a mass oversight by the scammers, a simpler number e.g 1 million, seems much more plauseable, damn the spanish lottery i keep winning is only 8.3 mill..
        soo billion dollar bonds wtf were they thinking, such a sore thumb, but then again, might be a time buying divice(soo fake that it doesnt even warrent a look at by athoritys for x time, but that would suggest a much smarter crim then ive been involved with)

  13. Jon Norris on March 9, 2012 at 9:34 pm

    It has also been reported that the diamond cartels also horde/hide the true amount of diamonds in the world in order to control market prices, even to the point of using their tremendous leverage to conceal the quality and amount of diamonds which can be artificially made.

    It could easily be the case that the elites have a much more robust economy than they let on, and what we see is just the tip of the iceberg.

  14. Jedi on March 9, 2012 at 7:16 pm

    you can check in any time you like…..but you can never leave.

    Now when was that gold confiscation while the central thieves shrunk the money supply and were also siezing farms, destroying the cattle while the city slickers were watching a comedian playing a dictator with a funny mustache…..all the while gearing up for another great white genocide of the dolphins….fill a dolphin freedom…ah but that bell never rang true.

    swim flipper swim.

  15. SSNaga on March 9, 2012 at 2:03 pm

    How Blind, the Materialists. They howl & yowl in the midst of the Eye of the VorteXs, and all they can see or know is the profane-mundane. They know Not the Implacable Passage of Presence, the Desire-Intent-Will of The Sacred Divine. InVisible Cause Precedes Visible Effect. As Ye Sow, So Shall Ye Reap. Oh.

  16. Robert Barricklow on March 9, 2012 at 1:27 pm

    Unfortunately, this looks to be part of the overall plan, to have a gold-based economy(even unseen/shadow). For the elites, this is golden.

    The economy doesn’t need to be based on waste, gold, or any ‘control’ mechanism that favors a select few (1% of 1%) over the rest of humanity (99.99%).

    An economy based on production/labor with money performing its function as a servant, rather than master.

  17. MW45526 on March 9, 2012 at 12:32 pm

    Why is the arrest of Timothy Geithner for his role in the financial collapse not receiving more press???

    See the video below from Fox News.

    • axolotl_peyotl on March 10, 2012 at 1:56 pm

      I was confused by that initially too, but that video from Fox News was actually recorded in 2010.

      That’s not to say he wasn’t arrested and detained again recently, as Fulford and others have been claiming, but that news broadcast is in reference to Geithner’s suspicious dealings with AIG during his time with the New York Fed.

  18. marcos anthony toledo on March 9, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    How much money did that man invest of his money that when told the bonds were fake he toke himself and family in a suicde murders. Could this be the work of the Nazi International their calling so to speak or threating letter to their opponates in the west and east.

  19. Awake on March 9, 2012 at 11:31 am

    Real Bonds likely exist and this may be a psyope to condition the public that anyone or nation popping up to cash them in are trying to cash in fake bonds. It may also be a message to those who hold those Bonds that they must not try to cash them in as a political and economical weapon and if they do the west will just claim they’re counterfeit. I think it may be a bold message to Asia that their gold has been permanently stollen and is not going to be returned nor will Asia be allowed out of the NWO.

  20. Patrick on March 9, 2012 at 7:39 am

    Secrets revealed…what else is anyone missing? FT just openly admitted today that CAMERON was offered a BRIBE if he would place his people into BONDAGE to the EU! They openly admit bribing each other in FT!!!!!!,Authorised=false.html?

  21. Mike on March 9, 2012 at 5:33 am

    Buy silver :O)

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