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Post  TBQ on Fri Jun 04, 2010 3:38 pm

Worldreports expounds on the bizarre allegations surrounding the Obama regime and issues with the World Global Settlement Fund. It appears that there exists a large fund where the Queen of England is a owed a settlement, due to a account that had once been set up to fund eventual counter measures towards the Sovietunion during the cold war. That fund - now beyond its original purpose - has grown to the size of immense trillions where different countries had put in a X amount to start with.

Worldreports claims that Geoge Bush Sr is in charge of the deliberate operation which tries to impede and stall the release of these funds.

Moreover it is stated that the release of Admiral Dennis C. Blair from office was a case him being sacked when he had pressed the US President for the proper release of these funds.

Get more details over here: Worldreprorts 292
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Now parse this with the oil leak, another british interest being kicked around? Why would former allies be rattling over funds when both countries sit on fiat monetary systems and could simpy press as much money as the want out of nothing - as they always do?

Does Bush Sr in this context represent a strike against the british financial oligarchs? Why else would there be a settlement issue?

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Post  Guest on Fri Jun 04, 2010 4:28 pm

Yes, it is weird in a sense since you would assume that these guys are in league. But one must remember that the Queen is a puppet compared to the Rothschild.

"When people think of England such terms as 'Great Britain,' 'The Queen,' 'The Crown,' 'Crown Colonies,' 'London,' 'The City
of London,' and 'British Empire' come to mind and blend together into an indistinguishable blur. They are generally looked upon
as synonymous, as being representative of the same basic system. During the 1950s and 1960s the author lived in England
(London for five years) without even beginning to realize the vast difference that exists in the meaning of some of the above

When people hear of 'The Crown' they automatically think of the King or Queen; when they hear of 'London' or the 'The City'
they instantly think of the capital of England in which the monarch has his or her official residence.

To fully understand the unique and generally unknown subject we must define our terms:
When we speak of 'The City' we are in fact referring to a privately owned Corporation - or Sovereign State - occupying an
irregular rectangle of 677 acres and located right in the heart of the 610 square mile 'Greater London' area. The population of
'The City' is listed at just over four thousand, whereas the population of 'Greater London' (32 boroughs) is approximately seven
and a half million.
The 'Crown' is a committee of twelve to fourteen men who rule the independent sovereign state known as London or 'The
City.' 'The City' is not part of England. It is not subject to the Sovereign. It is not under the rule of the British parliament. Like
the Vatican in Rome, it is a separate, independent state. It is the Vatican of the commercial world.
The City, which is often called "the wealthiest square mile on earth," is ruled over by a Lord Mayor. Here are grouped together
Britian's great financial and commercial institutions: Wealthy banks, dominated by the privately-owned (Rothschild controlled)
Bank of England, Lloyd's of London, the London Stock Exchange, and the offices of most of the leading international trading
concerns. [Such as the British Invisibles, I kid you not]. Here, also, is located Fleet Street, the heart and core of the newspaper
and publishing worlds.


The Lord Mayor, who is elected for a one year stint, is the monarch in the City. As Aubrey Menen says in "London",
Time-Life, 1976, p. 16: "The relation of this monarch of the City to the monarch of the realm [Queen] is curious and tells
much." It certainly is and certainly does !

When the Queen of England goes to visit the City she is met by the Lord Mayor at Temple Bar, the symbolic gate of the City.
She bows and asks for permission to enter his private, sovereign State. During such State visits "the Lord Mayor in his robes
and chain, and his entourage in medieval costume, outshines the royal party, which can dress up no furhter than service
uniforms." The Lord Mayor leads the queen into his city.

The City Of London
The City Of London Official Homepage
Notice how the official homepage index page is called "Corporation".... pirat


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