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$6 Trillion in US Bonds Seized in Zurich 2012.02.17

or: Benjamin Fulford Was Right!

Back in the summer of 2009, a peculiar story circulated when two Japanese individuals were arrested trying to smuggle $134 billion in US bonds into Switzerland from Italy. The story quickly died down after it was subsequently reported that the bonds were merely fake bearer bonds. Nobody heard much about it since then. Until today, when out of the blue we get a new story which blows that one out of the water. According to Bloomberg, "Italian anti-mafia prosecutors said they seized a record $6 trillion of allegedly fake U.S. Treasury bonds, an amount that's almost half of the U.S.'s public debt." From here the story just gets weirder: "The bonds were found hidden in makeshift compartments of three safety deposit boxes in Zurich, the prosecutors from the southern city of Potenza said in an e-mailed statement. The Italian authorities arrested eight people in connection with the probe, dubbed "Operation Vulcanica", the prosecutors said. The U.S. embassy in Rome has examined the securities dated 1934, which had a nominal value of $1 billion a piece, they said in the statement. Officials for the embassy didn't have an immediate comment." ...And weirder: "The individuals involved were planning to buy plutonium from Nigerian sources, according to phone conversations monitored by the police." ...And really, really weird: "The fraud posed "severe threats" to international financial stability, the prosecutors said in the statement."Ok great, however one thing we don't get is just how can $6 trillion in glaringly fake bombs be a "threat to international financial stability".


1) Tyler Durden on ZeroHedge - $6 Trillion in US Bonds Seized in Zurich.pdf
2) Second Sino-Japanese War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.pdf
3) Rayservers - Lord James of Blackheath Hansard - Offical Transcript for 16 Feb 2012.pdf
4) Rayservers - Lord James of Blackheath - 15 Trillion Dollars and 750 Thousand Metric Tonnes of Gold.pdf


1) Benjamin Fulford on Strange Universe Radio with Sean David Morton - January 31st, 2012.mp3
2) Sean Morton Interviews Ben Fulford 12-29-2011.mp3


Benjamin Fulford was right it seems. Who in their right mind would fake federal bonds of a nominal value of 1 billion dollars each? If you created fake dollar bills then you'd use a value that can be easily distributed without creating much attention. The nominal value of one billion dollars each (!) and this makes it quite obvious that these bonds are for real! And this in turn confirms Benjamin Fulford's once utterly outrageous story which seems to be true now. Also have a look at the wooden box which doesn't exactly look like a fraud to me. But then again, you may call the entire Federal Reserve banking system a huge fraud, and for that reason all federal bonds may indeed be called a huge fraud - including the lovely box.

As a reminder: Benjamin had claimed that these bonds were the payment for the huge gold reserves the Chinese had given to the US because they were afraid of a Japanese invasion. Several US war-ships had to be used to transport or let us rather say steal all the gold reserves from China. To freshen up your memory I've included Ben's great audio interviews once again. These bonds are from 1934 and indeed the Sino-Japanese war by the Japanese invading China started in 1937 - and therefore the year is about right. I'll have to do some research to find out if indeed that gold had been shipped around 1934. The Chinese may well have known three years before the Japanese invasion that it was going to happen.

The US-elite have stolen their gold from the Chinese and the Germans and their oil from the Arabs, and they must have stolen about everything else from the rest of the world. Back then in 1934 all the dollar notes were backed by real gold meaning that federal gold certificates were nothing else than huge one billion dollar notes redeemable in gold. But as you may know, back in the seventies "honorable" President Nixon had closed the gold window. Since then dollar notes are redeemable in dollar notes only, which is quite a joke if you think about it.