Reader Udo Pelkowski contacted me some months ago and offered to share with me a great deal of information on gold and platinum bullion stored in the Philippines.
I declined at the time because I didn’t consider I had the time or resources to carry out the type of investigation needed to corroborate the story.
Udo has contacted me again and reminded me of his previous inquiry.
The work of corroboration has now been done by Neil Keenan, David Wilcock, Ben Fulford and others in the series of articles and interviews around the $134 billion bond sting and the existence of untold quantities of gold and other precious metals around the world.
Udo supplies us with photographic evidence of one such cache in the Philippines. I’m sure he’ll have more to share about this subject later. I note that he discloses this material probably at some considerable risk to himself, even as David did, and honor his courage in doing so.
This is a preliminary version of the article. We may need to do more work to link photos to Udo’s descriptions. But for now we simply want to get the material up to support David and Udo in their work.
One or two photos presented difficulties in posting. One photo is of a plaque which states: “The locator and the redeemer will be free from criminal offense and be duly covered by complete immunity, documented for safety all parties concerned.”
Don’t believe it for a moment.
We’ll continue to work at getting those photos up. Continue reading