Thursday, August 23, 2012

BREAKING NEWS: Ponzi Scheme Update

Tom Heneghan explosive intelligence briefings ALL patriot Americans MUST know, with sources inside American and European intelligence agencies and INTERPOL, reporting what is really going on behind the scenes of the corporate-controlled fascist, extortion-friendly U.S. media propaganda of massive deceptive illusiona

Ponzi Scheme Update
Tom Heneghan, International Intelligence ExpertThursday August 23, 2012
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UNITED STATES of America - It can now be reported that U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, Federal Reserve Chairman Bernard Bernanke, ECB President Mario Draghi and financial terrorist George Soros have failed in an attempted back door bail out of Greece.

The scheme aka money laundry, which was to bypass the German Bundesbank (has veto power over the ECB), was to allow Soros, a private investor, to give the National Bank of Greece a short term bridge loan with Soros getting Greek islands as collateral.

Note: Goldman Sachs, which controls the National Bank of Greece, vetoed the Soros deal and then informed U.S. Secretary Timothy Geithner that they have a lien on the Soros-Paulson Hedge Fund, Citibank and the National Bank of Greece.

Item: Citibank of New York withdrew today a half a million dollars from the Soros-Paulson Hedge Fund.

P.S. St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard and Richard Fisher, President of the Dallas Federal Reserve, believe that the stale minutes of the Fed's last meeting claiming a need for a new stimulus was done to accommodate George Soros' current positions in precious metals as to pay him off so Soros could then issue a check for a short term bail out of Greece.

P.P.S. The stock market is at 13,000 and housing starts are actually picking up so why would you need stimulus?

Do you want to pay $5.00 at the gas pump so Timothy Geithner can bail out Greece?

P.P.P.S. At this hour, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) continues to order a massive redemption and repatriation of collateralized assets pending bank consolidation.

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