March 19, 2013
Over the past week, while the main stream prestitutes were fondling over themselves to keep from reporting the real stories behind the exiting Pope ‘Arnold’ Benedict’s massive global coverup’s of child pedophilia by catholic priests as well as the shameful history of the new Pope Francis of “No See-See’s” dark silence during the bloody torture, rape and murders of Argentina’s ‘Dirty War’ of the late 70′s and early 80′s, another very important global event, that may effect all, is being played out among the Western and Russian secret spook agencies and governing bodies.
Spy vs. Spy
First, it was reported last week in news sites other than in the U.S., that the Russian Drug Task forces had swept into U.S. occupied Afghanistan unexpectedly and destroyed many drug labs as well as confiscating over 21 tons of processed heroin:
MOSCOW, March 12 (RIA Novosti) – Almost 21 tons of heroin have been seized in an operation in eastern Afghanistan , the head of Russia’s Federal Drug Control Service (FSKN) said on Tuesday. “An operation was carried out yesterday in the province of Nangarhar, during which several drug production labs were destroyed and almost 21 tons of heroin seized,” FSKN head Viktor Ivanov said. He said FSKN officers had taken part in the “unique operation.”
Then just 3 days later In possible response to these attacks, in the small country of Cyprus, the IMF backed European Union raided in apparent retaliation the bank accounts of the wealthy KGB oligarchs:
“The controversial proposed tax on savings in Cyprus looks set to hit Russian pockets hard—with experts estimating that Russian deposits in Cypriot banks amount to at least $20bn. Confidence in Cyprus as a safe place to deposit money is going to be reduced to zero,” Anatoly Aksakov of the Russian association of regional banks told Interfax news agency.
As a condition for a desperately-needed €10bn ($13bn) bailout for Cyprus, fellow Eurozone countries and international creditors on Saturday imposed a levy on all deposits in the island’s banks. Deposits of more than €100,000 will be hit with a 9.9% charge, while under that threshold the levy drops to €6.75%. Aksakov said the amount of Russian money likely to be affected was $20bn (€15.4bn), while the Russian edition of Forbes magazine gave much higher estimates.
Forbes said on its website that ratings agency Moody’s last year estimated the holdings of Russian businesses in Cyprus at $19bn, with another $12bn held there by Russian banks.”
The President of Cyprus explanation gave some of these reasons for the raiding of customer bank accounts:
5. It saves provident and pension funds and avoids taking other tough measures such as wage and pension cuts that were put on the negotiations table.
6. It avoids further recession and the risk of the vicious circle of a second memorandum.
Afghanistan Drug History
To understand the possible connections here we need to understand the current real history of war and drugs in Afghanistan. In 1979 Russia invaded Afghanistan. The U.S. responded by forming a covert CIA support operation funding a pissed off wealthy ex-pat Saudi Arabian named Osama Bin Laden, or Tim Osman, as he was known to the CIA back then. With CIA money he helped form the resistance to the Russians using the Taliban forces to thwart the Russian occupation.
When the Russians finally retreated, the U.S. bugged out as well, leaving Afghanistan in the 90′s to be controlled once again by the ruthless Taliban, where women were delegated back to the dark ages and an eye for eye law ruled the lands once again.
When the U.S. re-invaded Afghanistan in 2001 to allegedly ‘hunt’ for the 6′ 6″ dialysis machine toting former CIA asset, Bin Laden, the amount of opium grown in the Taliban controlled Afghanistan was zero. Just 10 years later it was estimated that over 3,000 tons of pure heroin was being produced annually, which is said to supply some 85% of the global heroin trade. Additionally, the NY Times reported recently that there has been a 18% annual increase in production since then.
It should be noted that Afghanistan has no air force or independent standing army. The United States has controlled all air space and agriculture lands for over a decade. The United States spook agencies have been a major drug dealing/supplying operation since the Vietnam war when the dictator Khan Su’s reigned over the Golden Triangle heroin trade. It is also no secret to those in the know that this is how former Director of the CIA and U.S. President George Walker “Poppy” Bush, got his nickname.
Apparently, the Russians, under former KGB Director and once again President Vladamir Putin, have allowed the opium to be taken out of Eastern Afghanistan into Russia for processing and distribution until the raid last week.
“…estimates that only 15% of the Afghan drug output are trafficked via the northern route traversing Russia, Russian law-enforcement agencies argue that – after a recent sharp increase – the northern route’s share is at least 35%. Drugs are smuggled into Russia using all types of transportation (cars – 70%, rail – 20%, planes – 10%). Much of the smuggling is disguised as agricultural supplies, and, making life a lot easier for smugglers, the Kazakh customs service does not subject cars from Asia to inspection procedures as a general rule. Andrew F. Tully, a US analyst whose interests are centered around Afghanistan, says openly that Iran and Russia are facing “heroin pressure” from Afghanistan, and the Russian statistical data fully support the view. “
So to recap, we have a stealth surprise raid by KGB Russians against U.S. controlled opium supplies. Just days later, the International bankers responded by raiding the Cyprus bank accounts where large sums of Russian wealth has been parked.
To connect the dots to our homeland of insecurity one needs to understand that similar types of raids on private customer bank accounts are going on in the United States as well. Cyprus’ bank raid may just be a possible precursor to what happens next to bank accounts across the U.S. as well.
Executive Orders and Rehypothefication
Just last October, President Obama signed yet another unilateral Executive Order title 12957 which:
“…claims the power to freeze all bank accounts and stop any related financial transactions that a “sanctioned person” may own or try to perform — all in the name of “Iran Sanctions.”
Titled an “Executive Order from the President regarding Authorizing the Implementation of Certain Sanctions…” the order says that if an individual is declared by the president, the secretary of state, or the secretary of the treasury to be a “sanctioned person,” he (or she) will be unable to obtain access to his accounts, will be unable to process any loans (or make them), or move them to any other financial institution inside or outside the United States. In other words, his financial resources will have successfully been completely frozen. The EO expands its authority by making him unable to use any third party such as “a partnership, association, trust, joint venture, corporation, subgroup or other organization” that might wish to help him or allow him to obtain access to his funds.
And if the individual so “sanctioned” decides that the ruling is unfair, he isn’t allowed to sue. In two words, the individual has successfully been robbed blind.”
Then, just this past week, President Obama announced he was drawing up plans to allow his spook agencies to access all data bases containing customer bank accounts in this country:
The Obama administration is drawing up plans to give all U.S. spy agencies full access to a massive database that contains financial data on American citizens and others who bank in the country, according to a Treasury Department document seen by Reuters.
The proposed plan represents a major step by U.S. intelligence agencies to spot and track down terrorist networks and crime syndicates by bringing together financial databanks, criminal records and military intelligence. The plan, which legal experts say is permissible under U.S. law, is nonetheless likely to trigger intense criticism from privacy advocates.
Meanwhile. the former Governor of New Jersey and former Goldman Sachs Chief Thief, Jon Corzine, has stolen some $1.5 Billion dollars last summer from professional commodity trading accounts while he was President of a broker/trading firm called MF Global Financial. No one has gotten their money back, nor has the ‘honorable’, (as designated by the meaningless Congressional investigating committee), Mr. Corzine been charged with any crimes to date, as these professional traders on the commodity pits are in utter disbelief that nothing is being done by regulators or by Congress to help find justice and get them their money back.
What caused the raid was when MF Global’s proprietary trading took heavy and quick losses in early 2012 on huge bets it made on Euro bond derivatives. When MF could not come up with the margin call on its own account for these losses, they simply went into their client accounts and took the money, citing a clause in the very small print customer contracts called, ‘Rehypothecation’
“Rehypothecation is a heinous practice permitted by the pretend-regulators of Western markets, where financial institutions are allowed to pledge their clients’ funds as collateral to cover their own gambling debts. I say “inherently fraudulent” since few of the clients of these financial institutions would ever knowingly enter into contracts with these gambling-addicts where their cash could be used to cover their bankers’ gambling debts.
Also, in June 2012, Sentinel Management Group was indicted for stealing $500 million dollars in customer funds. In the process SMG secured a large loan from Bank of New York Mellon and, in a stunning surprise to its ripped off customers of SMG, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that BKNY had first priority over securing lost loan monies over customers who had their money outright stolen.
“When a banking customer deposits their money into their bank account, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SPIC) are in place to protect the customer from fraud or theft. The ruling from the CCA means that these regulatory systems will not insure customer funds, investments, depositors and retirees who hold accounts in banks. In fact, the banking institution is now legally allowed to use those customer funds deposited as collateral, payment on debts for loans made, or free use on the stock market to purchase investments as the bank sees fit.
Fred Grede, SMG trustee, explained that brokers are no longer required to keep customer money separate from their own. “It does not bode well for the protection of customer funds.”
Reading the tape, it will not be long now before some type of Iranian false flag cyber attack or other bogus created crisis will occur in this country to give the President reason to give all our bank accounts ‘haircuts’ as well. The War on Terror is a war on us all. Justice means ‘just us’. The War on Drugs, which only grows and grows, continues to be a cover to attain drug money to fund our spook agencies secret Black Op’s.
Though most in this country find it hard to believe a bank raid could happen to their personal accounts, one only has to look at what has been already done by our complicit government to the millions of struggling homeowners, where hundreds of billions of dollars of taxpayer funded bailout money was given to the 2Big2jail banksters instead of assisting those in need. Since no one has gone to jail for such massive crime it only breeds more of the same but on larger and larger scales.
This is the end of empire, and in the end games, just before the final collapse, desperation and greed tend to rule all. Or spoken in Wall Street parlance, ‘You’re either at the table or on it.”