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$15,OOO,OOO,OOO,OOO FRAUD EXPOSED In UK House Of Lords

$15 TRILLION is equivalent to the the federal debt of the U.S. Treasury Department.

Lord James of Blackheath has spoken in the House of Lords holding evidence of three transactions of 5 Trillion each

and a transaction of 750,000 metric tonnes of gold and has called for an investigation.

I think there are three possible conclusions that may come from it.

I think there may have been a massive piece of money laundering committed by a major government

which ought to know better

and that it has effectively undermined the integrity of the British bank the Royal Bank of Scotland, in doing so.

The second alternative is that a major American department has an agency that has gone rogue on it

because it has been wound up and has created a structure out of which they are seeking to get at least 50 billion Euros as a payoff.

And the third possibility is that this is an extraordinarily elaborate fraud which has not been carried out

but which has been prepared in order to provide a threat to one government or more if they don’t pay them off.

So there are three possibilities

and this all needs a very urgent review.

My Lords, it starts in April and May of 2009,

with the alleged transfer to the United Kingdom, to HSBC of a sum of 5 trillion dollars

and seven days later,

in comes another 5 trillion dollars to HSBC,

and then 3 weeks later

another 5 trillion.

5 trillion in each case.

Sorry.

A total of 15 trillion dollars is alleged to have been passed into the hands of HSBC

for onward transit to the Royal Bank of Scotland

and we need to look at where this came from

and what the history of this money is.

And I have been trying to sort out the sequence by which this money has been created

and from where it has come from for a long time.

https://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201212/ldhansrd/text/120216-0002.h…

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