A Lawsuit Against The Biggest Gangsters in The World

Posted on December 19, 2011

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This is part 1 a radio interview (there is no actual video) with Benjamin Fulford.
http://youtu.be/9vLJ7BOJrsU

Part 2: http://youtu.be/nhvtSfGPDE0

Part 3: http://youtu.be/fmFgYhZOB3Y

A lawsuit has been filed against the people involved in creating the fake money that has placed the world economy on the edge.

Here are some notes taken from the Youtube video (above).

Background: Since Roman times the Asians have exported treasures and received gold and diamonds in payment. They owned 85% of the world’s store of precious metals.

One of the main reasons for WW2 was to take that gold so that the Elite could control the world financial system.

In 1938 — 7 warships full of Chinese gold left for the US (for safekeeping from the Japanese) were given 60 year US government bonds. After 60 years they were supposed to get their gold back. They sued the Federal Reserve to get their gold back and won, but the Fed. did not have the gold to give back. They were supposed to start giving the gold back on September 12, 2001. The people involved in this were working in the World Trade Center and the  gold was supposed to be in the basement there.

Instead of giving back the gold they blew it all up. All of the Gold in WTC 7 was stolen.

The people who controlled the dollar and the euro ran out of gold to back it up. Couldn’t agree about who was in charge. Each of them started creating money on their own. This is part of a shadow banking system going on at off-shore trading centers.

The derivatives are part of a high level gambling scheme. There is a quad-trillion derivative market at this point (a derivative is a bet on a bet).

— Here’s an example Fulford gave (true story):

A Mexican farm worker in California making $12,000/year was given  loan to buy a $750,000 house with no downpayment. He didn’t have to pay the principle for the first year. They knew from the beginning that loan is going to go bad. It doesn’t matter because they now have a $750,000 piece of real-estate. They put that into a real-estate fund, and they multiply it by 100, they get 75 million dollars from that one mexican workers income of $12,000/year. Multiply that by all the other sub-prime loans and you get something totally out of whack.

They were hoping to hide their profits offshore, crash the U.S. economy, and then buy all the properties for pennies on the dollar and complete their takeover of the United States.

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More information: http://www.divinecosmos.com/start-here/davids-blog/995-lawsuit-end-tyranny

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