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THIS Secret Organization Stole TRILLIONS Of Dollars & Manipulates Markets Around The World!

  • World Alternative Media Published on Dec 14, 2017
    Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about dark money and the missing 21 trillion dollars plus that has been exposed by Catherine Austin Fitts, Rob Kirby and Dr. Mark Skidmore. What very few realize is that 21 trillion dollars has been missing from the United States for years, funnelled through dark money according to government documents exposed by Catherine Austin Fitts and originally disputed by Dr. Mark Skidmore, that is until he truly looked into it and realized that it was in fact the case. This is $65,000 a person in the United States. A vast sum of money. In this video, we look into this missing money missing from the Department of Defense and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

    We also dig into where much of this money may be coming from, the mysterious Exchange Stabilization Fund (ESF). In 1933 after President FDR confiscated the public’s gold, the US government used the confiscated gold to fund the Exchange Stabilization Fund and later to a degree, the IMF at the United Nations. So began the constantly growing trend of manipulating gold, silver and every market that makes a difference and benefits the government and global order’s agenda. No one talks about the ESF but it’s one of the most powerful funds in the world. It’s chaired by some of the most powerful people in finance. Former heads of the Federal Reserve like Alan Greenspan and Paul Volcker as well Conrad Black, Paul Krugman, Larry Summers, formerly David Rockefeller among countless others. While no one talks about this behemoth, it’s time more people do, which is why we put this video together in order to expose it and shew the snakes out of the den. The dark money agenda is real and people have no idea how much debt and currency is truly out there.

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December 16, 2017 - Posted by | Economics | , , , , , , ,

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