Banksters and their Sub-Agents v. Whistleblowers
The G7’s declared "New World Economic Order" is being imposed while Whistleblowers race to reveal the conspiracy behind it.
It’s not hard to see who the politicians REALLY work for. Isn’t it interesting that one of the provisions stripped out of the recent stimulus bill (by Senator Susan Collins of Maine) was funding to offer protection for Federal Whistleblowers who come forward to reveal future evidence of fraud/abuse of the very funds being appropriated? Isn’t it also interesting that the Mainstream media failed to cover that story, and you’d have to read foreign news sources to learn about it?
All of the secrets of the global banksters are at risk of being revealed by whistleblowers who dare to divuldge the conspirators and their agents for who they are. The evidence of a global conspiracy of bankers working for a common purpose is being revealed. Their common purpose is the destruction of the existing financial order and the establishment of, in their own words, as expressed recently at the G-7 Meetings in Rome, "A New World Economic Order."
G7 sets sights on urgent economic reform
Saturday, February 15, 2009
"Italy’s Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti called for a "new world economic order" as he wrapped up the crisis meeting of finance leaders from the Group of Seven leading economies over which he presided here.
In a joint declaration, the G7 called for "urgent reforms" of the international financial system and reiterated a bleak outlook for the world economy, after fresh data showed the eurozone recession deepening."
"The thousands of pages come from Rudolf Elmer, chief operating officer for the Julius Baer Swiss bank office in Grand Cayman until he was sacked in December 2002. Elmer, 53, and the bank have been involved in a long dispute. The bank accused him of forging documents and making violent threats. Elmer has accused the bank of hiring private investigators to harass him.
Elmer says his documents include all the back-up data held on Julius Baer’s computer server in the Caymans at the time he was sacked, including accounts, correspondence, memos and resolutions dealing with 114 trusts, 80 companies, 60 funds and 1,330 individuals."
"Elmer’s disclosures follow the emergence of similar whistleblowers. One recently testified in the United States against the Swiss bank UBS, and another sold British and European authorities the contents of computer files from Liechtenstein bank LGT.
Elmer says his interest is in the network of tax havens. "People don’t know how the system works. They may hear of some case, but the big picture always disappears into bank secrecy, professional secrecy with lawyers and accountants, and tax secrecy. But they need to know that this is a system which undermines our society, our democracy." He has lodged copies of files with Jack Blum, a veteran lawyer in Washington DC and an outspoken critic of the behaviour of tax havens."
"Other Elmer files refer to an alleged trust opened by a Mexican police chief accused of colluding with drug dealers; a Brazilian politician accused of corruption; and a trust allegedly established by Canadian businessman David Radler, now better known as the partner in fraud of former Daily Telegraph proprietor Conrad Black."