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Sunday, 26 February 2012

$15 Trillion Bond Fraud to Prop up the U.S. Dollar?

“The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the people versus the banks.” – Lord Acton

It reads right out of a fictional spy novel and is quite interesting considering the scale of the potential money laundering fraud – $15 TRILLION! The plot involves the US government lying about hundreds of thousands of tons of imaginary gold, illegal wire transfers and loans or counterfeiting totalling $15 trillion used to prop up the U.S. dollar as bond buyers have disappeared.

This staggering amount of $15 Trillion matches the total amount of the U.S. ‘official’ debt. It would be easy to dismiss this story on the surface as fake, but the funds were apparently cleared and accepted by senior executives at both HSBC and the Royal Bank of Scotland.

Lord James of Blackheath, a member of the UK House of Lords, has done his research and claims that the $15 trillion is the property of what some people have called “the richest man in the world”, Yohannes Riyadi. My Riyadi is supposedly descendent of the emperors of the Indo-China dynasty. At farfetched as it sounds, Lord James of Blackheath claims to have seen some of his accounts, showing that he owns upwards of $36 trillion. Others point to the fact that the name Yohannes Riyadi is listed on the NY FED website in connection with other bonds scams. However, an original copy of the document has been unveiled with the signature of Ben Bernanke. ....more

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