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David Wilcock: The Trillion-Dollar Lawsuit that Could End Financial Tyranny, Part II: History Lesson | The Occupy 2012 Scenario

I’ve just spoken with a contact of mine in the bonds market, and she has confirmed for me much of what David has shared in this article. She even has gone so far as to mention that the bonds are “related to a railroad” before i even mentioned this article! Talk about synchronistic serendipity…

The key is moving these bonds around the world without falling into the spider web of the global controllers…who I might add– if it isn’t already obvious!– very much do not want to pay back what they borrowed! Their money is made up, afterall. Ah yes, the United States of America; MADE IN CHINA. Go figure.

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The Trillion-Dollar Lawsuit That Could End Financial Tyranny, Part II: History Lesson

Written by David Wilcock, Divine Cosmos, Sunday, 18 December 2011


David’s life has been threatened to tell you this story… so we are rushing it out to insure his safety.

This is the big one… over two million tons of gold secretly confiscated by the Federal Reserve to create “bubble money”, and the lawsuit that could bring the whole global conspiracy crashing down.



First of all, I want to thank you for giving this your serious consideration. Nothing I’ve ever written before has gotten me a death threat — and though I consider myself a strong person, I was quite disturbed by it.

I sprung into immediate action to insure this electrifying story went as far as wide as possible — in case anything happened…

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