Tuesday, 19 June 2012

US Military Task Force (1992): Investigation of the FED


1992 -  A task force was put together consisting of over 300 retired and 35 active US military officers who strongly supported constitutional law.* This task force was responsible for investigating governmental officials, congressional officers, judges, and the Federal Reserve.

*Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Jeremy Boorda
*General David McCloud
*Former Director of Central Intelligence, William Colby

They uncovered the common practice of bribery and extortion committed by both senators and judges. The criminal activity was so rampant that only 2 out of 535 members of congress were deemed honest. But more importantly they carried out the first ever audit of the Federal Reserve.

The Federal Reserve was accustomed to giving orders to politicians and had no intentions of being audited. However after they were informed their offices would be raided under military gunpoint if necessary; they complied with the investigation. After reviewing their files the military officers found $800 trillion dollars sitting in accounts which should have been applied to the national debt. And contrary to federal government propaganda they also discovered that most nations had in fact owed money to the United States instead of the other way around.

These hidden trillions were then confiscated and placed into European bank accounts in order to generate the enormous funds needed to pay the farmers claims class action lawsuit.  Later this money would become the basis of the prosperity programs. Despite these death blows President George H.W. Bush and the illuminati continued on with their plans of global enslavement.



               


This is the 'imposter' governmental system that styles itself to look like the US "Constitutional Government".  It is not the United States of America Constitutional Government !!!! 

 
End the FED !!!

The FED is sucking you dry !!!  


IMPOSTERS !!!  Thieves !!!



Secondary source:

Primary source:


No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: only a member of this blog may post a comment.