Thank you KP, VT, and others for sharing this! We are reminded of the other crimes in banks & governments and their money masters
What part of “global-criminal-system” don’t you understand?
“At the root of this process is a far more crafty version of what Hitler did. As more and more information comes out about corruption in high places, the risks are increasing that more than a few people will connect the dots. This is not a policy that is misguided, or corrupt. This is a policy that is successful, it is working and it is intentional.
The system can not afford that realization. Not surprisingly, we see Attorney General Holder announcing proposals” -Catherine Austin Fitts
Below is breaking news regarding a threat against Leo Wanta. The recording they mention starts at 11:58 of Part 4. The audio player for this part is below, and snips from the upcoming Gordon Duff article about this are below the MP3s (I’m, KP, refraining from publishing the whole article which DH included in their email to me, as it may not be completely finished, and I wanted Gordon to publish it himself, first).
Veterans Today Radio News Reports Stew Webb Host September 3 2014
Guests: Gordon Duff, Jim Dean, Dr. Preston James and Amb. Leo Wanta
The two men referred to, and speaking at the 11:58 mark of Part 4, are Sheldon R. Songstad, (South Dakota state Rep. & Sen., 12 years service), and Donald Sundquist (Governor, Tennessee, 1995-2003).
MP3s of the show (music removed, volume leveled and boosted, ~30 min., 9-13 MB each)
Part 1 , Part 2 , Part 3 , Part 4
Snippets from Gordon Duff’s upcoming article (not yet published, so I just put highlights)
“A day after former Republican Virginia governor, Bob McDonnell and his wife were convicted of 20 counts of bribery and influence peddling, former Republican Tennessee governor Don Sundquist and South Dakota Senator Sheldon Songstad may face, not just the largest bribery charge in world history but indictment for conspiracy to murder as well.
“What is amazing about this case is the amount of money involved, totaling $9.5 trillion US dollars, in fact the entire GNP of the United States for several years. Sundquist and Songstad, wanted $30 billion out of the proceeds to pay themselves along with congress, the US Treasury Department, 5 Supreme Court justices and two former US presidents.
“During the 1980s, Lee Wanta was… was tasked by President Reagan and CIA Director William Colby to destabilize the Soviet Union through establishment, with funds from the US Treasury, of a worldwide currency trading scheme.
“Wanta, with the help of Reagan, amassed a fortune of $27 trillion, funds earmarked by Reagan to pay America’s national debt, restore the nation’s infrastructure and fund a world free of debt based currencies.
“However, after Reagan left office and George H.W. Bush assumed the Presidency, Wanta was kidnapped and imprisoned in Switzerland, transferred to an American prison where he was held without due process for years and the money disappeared, taken by the Bush family.
“Nobody has heard of Sheldon Songstad, who with former congressman and governor, Don Sundquist, admit demanding a $30 billion dollar bribe from Wanta in order to compel the Supreme Court to issue a pay order on Wanta’s personal funds, based on the case he won, $4.5 trillion plus interest, totaling $9.5 trillion.
“The audience heard Sundquist describe how they would settle for as little as $5 billion, as a “retirement nest egg” and how, if Wanta fails to pay, they would arrange for his murder… Current US Senator Bob Corker, Republican from Tennessee had been on a conference call earlier that included Sheldon Songstad, telling Wanta that his funds would be paid.
“…they confessed to what legal experts have identified as dozens of crimes and laid out a trail of bribery and corruption that crosses nearly every level of government, every court and over a hundred of Americas’ highest elected officials.
“What is made clear is that the United States is far more a criminal organization than a nation. Those who don’t understand how America can say one thing and, with amazing consistency, do something else, often something totally bereft of moral responsibility, I think we may well have made the reasons abundantly clear.”
Do you remember the series of recordings of internal telephone conversation from September 2008 between Anglo Irish bank executives