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Related imageThe Jonestown Banks
by John Judge, 1982

The assets of Jim Jones’ People’s Temple have yet to be fully accounted, but early research in the press and by independent investigators put the total between $26 million and $2 billion. Following the money leads down a twisted trail of international banks, dummy fronts, real estate investments and conflicting government reports. Various sources estimate a total of at least $17-$20 million in foreign investments, and property worth $2.5 million that passed through deed, sale and ownership from 1976 to 1979. Some $12 million dollars was deposited in mysterious accounts in Panama.

During the recent scandal involving the Vatican Bank, Bank Ambrosiana and deceased Italian financier Roberto Calvi, information surfaced indicating that some of the siphoned millions went to Panamanian (more…)

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Image result for isis cartoonThe Al Qaeda Manual

The attached manual was located by the Manchester (England)
Metropolitan Police during a search of an al Qaeda member’s
home. The manual was found in a computer file described as
“the military series” related to the “Declaration of Jihad.”
The manual was translated into English and was introduced
earlier this year at the embassy bombing trial in New York.

GOVERNMENT 1677-T UK/BM-1 TRANSLATION

IT IS FORBIDDEN TO REMOVE THIS FROM THE HOUSE
UK/BM-2TRANSLATION
DECLARATION OF JIHAD [HOLY WAR]
AGAINST THE COUNTRY’S TYRANTS
MILITARY SERIES

[Emblem]: A drawing of the globe emphasizing the Middle East and (more…)

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Guiseppi Mazzini: Freemason Founder of the Mafia

Guiseppi Mazzini was the individual Albert Pike corresponded with in his letters on Three World Wars that would unite the world under a Luciferian Dictatorship. Like Pike, Mazzini held the rank of 33 degree Mason. He is also the founder of the MAFIA, which is named after him. Law Enforcement has known about the relationship between Freemasonry, and La Cosa Nostra (“Our Thing”) for quite some time.

Mazzini Autorizza Furti, Incendi, Avvelenamenti.
(Mazzini Authorizes Thefts, Arson, Poisoning.)

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https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-50Xbuge9PAQ/U-iVd7-X1iI/AAAAAAAAD6Y/JwhCCrFqeoo/s185/CMT%2520Armfelt.pngCarl Armfelt and the World Anti Communist League

Carl Magnus Torsten Armfelt was closely connected with the WACL during the 1970’s and 1980’s, and with the chief of Dutch Intelligence, Cornelis van den Heuvel, who chaired organizations like Civis Mundi, Interdoc, and the Atlantic Commission at his office in the Hague, located at van Stolkweg 10. When I visited him in 1977 and told him that I was investigating the Korean-based Moon Organization, he showed me the map with the proceedings of the WACL-meetings, that he attended in the past, including all the members from Belgium, Holland, England, Sweden, White Russia, U.S.A., Japan, and South Korea.

The WACL was directed from Taipeh, Seoul, Tokyo and Mexico City, where the Tecos movement was located. When I wrote a letter to the Secretary of WACL in Taipeh, I received information about their comrades from Holland: Professor Vos of Leyden University, Prosper Ego of OSL in Rotterdam, and Ad Ploeg, member of Dutch parliament. Right now, the University of Leyden and the Korean Institute can (more…)

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Bilderberg 2016: The Elephant in the Lobby
By Charlie Skelton, 3 June 2016

On Thursday of next week, at a luxury hotel in central Dresden, the doors of the annual Bilderberg policy conference will be flung open. Not to members of the press, mind. In fact, perhaps “flung” is overstating it. Gingerly, behind a battalion of armed police, private security and secret service bodyguards, the hotel door will be cracked ajar, and in will slide a handpicked few of the most senior corporate executives in the world: board members of transnational banks, chairmen of global energy companies, and the owners of vast industrial and media conglomerates.

Scurrying in behind the bank bosses and hedge-fund billionaires will be a clutch of extremely senior politicians from around Europe: Chancellors, PMs, party leaders and finance ministers. Last year, the President of Austria and the Prime Ministers of Holland and Belgium took part in the discussions. Our own esteemed Chancellor of the Exchequer, (more…)

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