1958 Prediction – America’s Destruction from the insiders.Corruption, World news Friday, May 18th, 2012
In 1958 Robert Welch founder of John Birch Society disclosed in a speech that America is going to be destroyed from within. Mr Welch goes on to tell how this will be done and destroy our liberties.
Welch had been an opponent of Communism. He was a strong believer in various conspiracies in which he believed a wide range of individuals and organizations were part of an international Communist plot. In his own words, the American people consisted of four groups: “Communists, communist dupes or sympathizers, the uninformed who have yet to be awakened to the communist danger, and the ignorant.”
In the 1960s, Welch began to believe that even the Communists were not the top level of his perceived conspiracy and began saying that Communism was just a front for a Master Conspiracy, which had roots in the Illuminati; the essay “The Truth in Time” is an example. He referred to the Conspirators as “The Insiders,” seeing them mainly in internationalist financial and business families such as the Rothschilds and Rockefellers, and organizations such as the Bilderbergers, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Trilateral Commission.
Even the Vatican is touched by “The Insiders”. On March 19, 2012 it was reported that Rockefeller bank, JPMorgan Chase is shutting down the Vatican’s bank account due to a “lack of transparency”. “The Vatican bank, also known as the Institute for Works of Religion (IOR), is having its account phased out and closed by March 30,” Business Insider’s Julia La Roche reports, “because it apparently ‘failed to provide sufficient information on money transfers.’” This is a major setback for the Holy See as it attempts to qualify for Europe’s “white list” of financial institutions that meet all international regulatory standards on money-laundering and tax fraud.
Why close their Vartican account? The Vatican has been suspected of engaging in financial fraud and is being investigated. Regulators are investigating €1.5 billion that passed through the Vatican’s Milan account. Investigators refer to this account as a “sweeping facility,” which means the account was emptied at the end of each day for an 18-months period and all funds were transferred to another IOR account in Germany, according to Il Sole 24 Ore.
The Vatican is still dealing with negative press it received in September, 2010, when investigators froze €23 million ($33 million) in funds in two Italian banks after opening an investigation into possible money-laundering scheme.
“The bank said it did nothing wrong and was just transferring funds between its own accounts. The money was released in June 2011 but Rome magistrates are continuing their probe,” Reuters reports.
The timing of the Rockefeller bank’s decision suggests the financial fraud and money laundering scheme was carried out by JP Morgan Chase. JP Morgan Chase is closing its accounts before regulators trace the illegal activities back to them. JP Morgan Chase was used by Bernard Madoff to “to shuttle money back and forth between his U.S. and London operations, to make it appear he was executing trades in European markets” as he told federal regulators. Madoff used his Chase account to defraud investors, and took money for himself. In court, Madoff pleaded guilty to 11 counts of fraud, from wire transfer to money-laundering.
One puzzler for investigators in Madoff’s $65 billion Ponzi scheme is why the multibillion-dollar JP Morgan Chase account never came under suspicion by internal bank compliance systems or managers in charge of Madoff’s account. Just months before Madoff was arrested JP MOrgan Chase withdrew $250 million from a Madoff feeder fund, Fairfield Greenwich.
One lawyer, Howard Kleinhendler, of Wachtel & Masyr LLP, who was following the money trail believes Madoff’s Chase account was “suspicious” and should have been shut down the moment the JP MOrgan Chase pulled its funds from Fairfield Greenwich.
Chase took this action because it became “concerned about the lack of transparency,” and its due diligence “raised doubts” about Madoff’s operation. “Concerned about the lack of transparency” is exactly the same reason given by JP MOrgan Chase for withdrawing is funds and closing its account with the Vatican.
Earlier this year , on January 11th, 2012, JPMorgan Chase and other major US banks like Bank of America, Citigroup and Wells Fargo are being investigated for allegedly steering borrowers into overpriced home insurance policies illegally. The New York State financial services agency in charge of the investigation is focusing on a trend that was once used to protect banks from financial losses but now may be used simply to earn some extra cash. The New York State financial services agency issued 31 subpoenas or other legal notices related to the case in an attempt to discover whether affiliates of banks are receiving kickbacks for agreeing to add this insurance to mortgages—or if there are other conflicts of interest between banks and insurers, such as both functioning under the same parent company.
On Feb 15, 2012 the CBC reported that Canada’s Competition Bureau is investigating allegations that certain global banks or financial brokerage firms conspired to manipulate interest rate derivatives for more than three years. The Wall Street Journal stated then that the banks under investigation are the Canadian affiliates of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citigroup, Royal Bank of Scotland and brokerage ICAP. Its affidavit outlines plans to investigate whether the JP MOrgan Chase conspired from 2007 to 2010 to profit by increasing “unreasonably the price of interest rate derivatives.”
On jan 26, 2011 NBC News reported that JP Morgan & Chase confessed to overcharging thousands of American servicemen and that triggered investigations by a congressional committee and a federal prosecutor. JP Morgan Chase admitted to overcharging 4,000 military families for their mortgages, and improperly foreclosing on 14 of them. The actions violates the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, a law designed to protect military families from added financial stress while troops are in harm’s way.
In May of 2010 the Department of Justice and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CTC) launched an investigation of JPMorgan Chase over allegations of manipulating the silver market on the London Bullion Exchange and NYMEX. The New York Post reported that the CFTC is pursuing a civil case, while the DOJ has launched a criminal investigation. “The probes are far-ranging, with federal officials looking into JP Morgan’s precious metals trades on the London Bullion Market Association’s (LBMA) exchange, which is a physical delivery market, and the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) for future paper derivative trades,” reported the Post’s Michael Gray.
JPMorgan Chase is currently under investigation over concerns about faulty collection practices. JPMorgan Chase has actually been under investigation since late last year, when the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the federal agency which charters, regulates and supervises all national banks and federal branches and agencies of foreign banks in the United States, began investigating the bank’s credit-card collection procedures.
The investigation reportedly began following a federal whistle-blower complaint which alleged the bank had engaged in “robo-signing” of paperwork required for obtaining legal judgments against credit-card users. The term “robo-signing”is the shady financial practice engaged in by banks pushing homeowners toward foreclosure. The term is the robotic process of the mass production of false and forged execution of mortgage assignments, satisfactions, affidavits and other legal documents related to mortgage foreclosures and legal matters being created by persons without knowledge of the facts being attested to. It also includes accusations of notary fraud wherein the notaries pre and/or post notarize the affidavits and signatures of so-called robo-signers.
JPMorgan Chase acts as an agent for the Federal Reserve; they act to halt the rise of gold and silver against the U.S. dollar. JPMorgan is insulated from potential losses by the Fed and/or the U.S. taxpayers,”