As best I can tell, national and international banks, like the governments reporting to them, follow a business model that leans entirely on enormous off-ledger accounts backed by undisclosed gold holdings. All banking transactions are fully backed by gold, secured in a series of public trusts that were originally intended to be payable to each person on earth. Bank principals do not disclose this fact to their customers.
The public trusts in question are very old and they are astronomically valuable. The One People’s Public Trust, for example, assigns a minimum value of five billion gold-backed U.S. dollars to each citizen of earth, irrespective of nationality. Keeping these points in mind sheds new light on standard banking transactions. Let’s consider a handy example.
Effectively, when a bank customer requests money in the form of a ‘loan’, the bank immediately covers the full amount of that ‘loan’ by drawing funds from the customer’s public trust account, via a computer link to a central bank. The bank records the transaction by adding the amount of the so-called ‘loan’ to its own asset base. In this way, the customer’s debt is paid as soon as that debt is created on the bank’s ledger. This is the point in the transaction at which fraud is committed: the bank does not tell the customer that the bank has already been paid. Instead, the bank tells the customer that a ‘loan’ has just been created in the customer’s name, and insists that the customer must pay the bank the full amount of that ‘loan’, plus compound interest, by some assigned future date. This is the mechanism by which a bank creates money ex nihilo, ‘from nothing’.
It strikes me that this may still seem a tad implausible, so let’s investigate further. AK on this blog and D at Removing the Shackles have helpfully been providing us with documents over the past several days that trace the shadowy outline of yet another public trust.
So how does this connect to Ferdinand Marcos’s will and the Philippines’ gold?
In recent posts, AK has presented a copy of Ferdinand Marcos’s Last Will and Testament and also a copy of an intriguing agreement between Marcos and a person named Anthony Santiago Martin. AK’s transcription of Marcos’s barely legible will clears our vision. As Sophia Love says, “The gift of this moment is clarity… We have only to choose where to focus.” [ LINK: http://obiwankabuki.blogspot.ca/2013/01/shattered-glasses.html ]
Now we can see the provenance of the Philippine gold, because Marcos’s will outlines a trail going back a thousand years. Indeed, we read that:
“[t]he blissful period of pre-Hispanic Philippines clearly indicates a sophisticated cultured people who focused on peaceful commercial trade, maritime exploration while maintaining friendly and viable economic relations with their neighbors. A far cry from the depictions made by European historians who portrayed a people whose existence began as a colony of Spain and for many years was deemed as the only source for the study of Philippine history.” [ LINK: Charity Beyer, The Philippines Before Magellan http://ebookbrowse.com/the-philippines-before-magellan-doc-d143095187 ]
A vast amount of wealth existed under Marcos’s charge. The details of both documents, Marcos’s will and the ‘Ultimate Agreement’, caught my attention right away. Both documents repeat the names and features that had me scratching my head when I earlier looked at information concerning off-ledger trusts: Spiritual Wonder Boy… King ASM… Those ‘infinity’ symbols again… [LINK to ‘OPPT Shoe Dropped’ http://americankabuki.blogspot.ca/2013/01/when-oppt-shoe-dropped-evidence-that.html ]
After further head-scratching, here’s what I’ve provisionally discerned:
In 1945, Marcos “was the lawyer utilized by Sta. Romano, aka Antonio Diaz (plus many other pseudo names) who was a CIA agent, Ambassador for the Vatican and working closely with General McArthur and General Lansdale. At the time the Philippines was American Territory. At that time Marcos was just a good lawyer, but he eventually became a Congressman, then Senator, then President. Marcos was appointed the Custodian of the assets held in the Philippines, whilst he was still just a lawyer which continued through until 1986… without the signature of the Primary Custodian no one could do anything with the assets, so effectively Marcos had full control of the assets… It was Marcos who appointed Spiritual Wonder Boy and the others (as he was legally [able] to do) based upon his trust in these people and their faith and honesty.” [ LINK: Philippines: Wealthiest Nation on Earth http://www.asiafinest.com/forum/index.php?s=0b5f7d9401c85439b54c88edaaa137f6&showtopic=201579&st=700&p=4789683&#entry4789683 ]
As we know courtesy of AK’s transcript, Marcos signed a will dated December 20, 1985, leaving the assets in his charge to the people of the Philippines and entrusting management of the assets to one Anthony Santiago Martin, aka. ‘King ASM’. Meanwhile, back at the palace,
“Marcos refused to ‘play ball’ with President Reagan when Reagan, a long-time associate of Marcos, requested (unsuccessfully) that the Philippine dictator provide Washington with a hoard of black gold to back Reagan’s new ‘Rainbow Dollar’, which was an attempt by the American president to create a new gold-backed U.S. currency. When Washington became aware that Marcos was essentially getting ‘too big for his britches,’ it was decided that he needed to be removed from power so that the U.S. could gain full access to the hoards of gold hidden away within Malacanang Palace, the official residence of the Philippine president. Thus, the seeds of revolution were sown, and the masses were stirred up in a revolt against their currently sitting president.” [ LINK: New Tomorrow Part II: The Off-Ledger, Occult Economy http://newtomorrow.us/part2.html]
By the time that Marcos died in 1989, Cory Aquino was President of the Philippines. She was not receptive to Marcos’s last wishes. At this point, I can contribute another document to the pile. In 2009, the Supreme Court in Manila ruled that Imelda Marcos and her son, Ferdinand II, should continue to control the assets as the executors of Marcos’s will, notwithstanding a the prosecution of a lawsuit on behalf of the Philippine people to have the assets repatriated to them directly: [ G.R. Nos. 130371 &130855 http://sc.judiciary.gov.ph/jurisprudence/2009/august2009/130371_130855.htm ]
Where do we go with all this info? Where did the gold wind up? How does this connect back to OPPT? Let’s consider what Heather Tucci-Jarraf, Trustee of the One People’s Public Trust has to say on the subject:
“From the old paradigm banking position, right now, the People’s Trust and the One People, All Equally, have the only valid, lawful, legal commercial paper worth anything on the Planet! And as far as what’s backing it, truly what’s backing it is Prime Value, but as of right now, all the gold, silver and precious metals is backing it!”
Well, amen to that.