Babylon's Bankers

DRUGS, MONEY, AND THE BANKSTERS

This very interesting report spells out yet another vast hidden tier of finance for the bankster elite, one well known to followers of Mike Ruppert's or Professor Peter Dale Scott's research over the years: the international drug trade:

Western Banks 'Reaping Billions from Colombian Cocaine Trade'

Indeed, as Henrik Krueger pointed out in his landmark study,  The Great Heroin Coup: Drugs, Intelligence, and International Fascism, this link to international drug trafficking included deep penetrations into the intelligence world, and post-war fascism. Now, we have yet another link confirming something that I've been arguing here, and in my books, for some time now, and that is that there was a post-war creation of a vast, hidden network of finance linking not only international Fascism, intelligence, and...western banks.

If there is any doubt about this drugs-finance connection at the very top of the power pyramid, re-read those lines concerning the recent "deal" that allowed Wachovia to walk away from any serious prosecution for laundering drug money:

"The mechanisms of laundering drug money were highlighted in the Observer last year after a rare settlement in Miami between US federal authorities and the Wachovia bank, which admitted to transferring $110m of drug money into the US, but failing to properly monitor a staggering $376bn brought into the bank through small exchange houses in Mexico over four years. (Wachovia has since been taken over by Wells Fargo, which has co-operated with the investigation.)"

We have, in other words, these pillars of a hidden system of finance (if one accepts the hypothesis I've been arguing in connection to the bearer bonds scandals):

  1. Gold, and possibly a hidden system of gold-backed bearer bonds;
  2. Oil, and petro-dollars, whose "backing" is, frankly, the West's military and primarily that of the USA; and,
  3. Drugs.

It is worth noting also that the connection between gold and drugs has its own roots in the Japanese policy during World War Two, since many of those in charge of looting Asia of its bullion and precious gems were also involved in promoting drugs in China, a fact which I hope to research further.  This policy, however, is older than the Japanese; the elite in the City of London pursued it long before that.

As the article notes, "'It's taboo to go after the big banks,' added Mejía. 'It's political suicide in this economic climate, because the amounts of money recycled are so high.'"

See you on the flip side.

26 thoughts on “DRUGS, MONEY, AND THE BANKSTERS”

  1. Nice to see so many awake people rehashing what the sheeple (baaaaaahhhh. – couldn’t resist) would consider obscure history. Yep, Pablo Escobar’s (GHWB’s and Shackley’s partner) main export routes were through Argentina (or so I heard).

    Will we ever see justice??? Will the truth ever be known? They did 911 too (www.bollyn.com -excellent site!!).

  2. Klaus Barbie was intimately involved in the drug trade in South America. Speaking of strange, listen to Clyde Lewis’ interview of June 22 with Maximillen de Lafayette. http://groundzeromedia.com. he gets into some of Dr. Farrell’s material.

    db

  3. i hired a guy who had his degree in mechanical engineering.over thought everything to near diss -functional .jumped through 10 hoops .only needed 3 hoops.any economist ever brought up the idea of the momentum of the hussel and bussel of living having its own micro cosom of kenetic energy that drives a separate aspect of economics? two ways to enslave .force and dept.how about looking at money a completely different way? and i do not mean redistribution.

    1. I agree Duncan that there needs to be a wide and deep discussion on the nature of money and who or what ultimately should issue it. One thing I think the last century or so manifestly argues is that private bankers should NOT be the ones doing so.

  4. Now in street terms say east coast Wacovia!
    Does it not sound similar to Walk -over- ya!
    Like a play on words maybe? Or is it really just in your
    face we will do what ever we damn well feel like doing
    weather it is legal or illegal! What are you going to do
    about it?

  5. Robert Barricklow

    Just wanted to add a side note.
    This site has many who speak to power.
    Many who, in other words, speak their own minds.
    If my presence somehow gets colored “gone”,
    it simply means access denied,
    one way or another.

    I assume that for others as well.

    The journey is going
    ‘around the bend’ …soon?
    (creedence clearwater)

  6. Robert Barricklow

    Sometimes I’am immersed this material as a given, that I assume others are aware of it.
    The same for 9/11.
    The same for elections done for keeping the illusion of selg goverence alive.

    But trying to get to the core of the rotton apple is?

    1. If people resist the (no) free lunch financial terrorism of the banksters (slavery),..

      then comes the elite drug cartels to destroy the society with its ills (slavery to drugs)….and then war to destroy whats left….and restart with a programmed people feeling guilt for there ancestors struggle against them..

      It is a repetitive and quite transparent once you realize they always lie.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        How doth the little crocodile
        Improve his shining tail,
        And pour the waters of the Nile
        On EVERY golden scale!
        How cheerfully he seems to grin,
        How neatly spread his claws,
        And welcomes little fishes in
        With gently smiling jaws!
        -Lewis Carroll

          1. dont pick sides.

            -me

            I see you just posted Max s latest take on the financial terrorists…I wonder if some of the less connected elites are starting too understand they were never in the end game, the few I know could never imagine the game over. I suspect the video is about the impending collapse of all the banks.
            But hey, a hundred trillion dollar Zim dollar can get you 3 fresh eggs.
            Wham there goes everyones retirement rotten nest egg golden goose in a cooked parachute plan….beyond stupidity watching this unfold…

          2. Robert Barricklow

            “I know that life is unfair, I don’t dispute that, but does it really have to be this sort of industrial strength unfair/”
            from Under the frog by Tibor Fisher

          3. When you look down in the pond for fishes and see only your reflection you only have yourself too blame.

            5 generations of ensuring stupid, lazy, sinners have get a free pass (enforced) right to the good life…eventually yes , it really does have to be this unfair.

          4. Robert Barricklow

            She’ll also need rubbers.

            It not only rains on parades, but on the fairs of this world as well.
            So she has the unbrella, but she needs rubbers for the shoes of course.

          5. My fair lady are bad luck in boats.

            Funny a ghost was singing, rain drops are falling on my head just last week in my house.

  7. When one “follows the money” the trail inevitably leads to the mechanics of drug trafficking as a method to finance covert operations “off the books.” As is now becoming clear, this mechanism is now integral to governmental systemics of the US in order to maintain its political hegemony despite the gutting of its own society by the forces of “concentrated capital.”

    Investigate the mechanics of the long-term interest rate anomaly of US Treasury bonds in the face of unprecedented deficit financing…

    http://www.marketskeptics.com/2011/06/the-esf-and-its-history.html

      1. AUTHORITY GRANTED. William McLucas, the Securities & Exchange Commission’s former enforcement chief, suggested that the ability to conceal financial information in the name of national security could lead some companies “to play fast and loose with their numbers.” McLucas, a partner at the law firm Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr in Washington, added: “It could be that you have a bunch of books and records out there that no one knows about.”

        The memo Bush signed on May 5, which was published seven days later in the Federal Register, had the unrevealing title “Assignment of Function Relating to Granting of Authority for Issuance of Certain Directives: Memorandum for the Director of National Intelligence.” In the document, Bush addressed Negroponte, saying: “I hereby assign to you the function of the President under section 13(b)(3)(A) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.”

        A trip to the statute books showed that the amended version of the 1934 act states that “with respect to matters concerning the national security of the United States,” the President or the head of an Executive Branch agency may exempt companies from certain critical legal obligations. These obligations include keeping accurate “books, records, and accounts” and maintaining “a system of internal accounting controls sufficient” to ensure the propriety of financial transactions and the preparation of financial statements in compliance with “generally accepted accounting principles.”

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