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Lord James of Blackheath blows whistle on fifteen trillion dollars from HSBC to Bank
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Lord James of Blackheath blows whistle on fifteen trillion dollars from HSBC to Bank
Published on Mar 26, 2012[/b]
"At the moment, only Lord James is asking these questions. However, if he gets his way there will be an official inquiry into this massive, money-laundering operation. Already, Lord James possesses documents with the signatures of people like Alan Greenspan and Timothy Geithner on them, as well as massive transfers of funds to virtually every mega-bank in the U.S. and UK."

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https://news.fidelity.com/news/news.jhtm...ss-Opinion[/b]

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UeQ9TYDgWo[/b][/b]
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England’s House of Lords heard a stem-winding speech on Feb. 16 from a nobleman who claimed $15 trillion had been secretly transferred into British banks by a man he estimated was the world’s richest person.

No, not Mexican investor Carlos Slim Helu, whose wealth Forbes magazine estimates at $63.3 billion. This alleged money man, according to Lord David James of Blackheath, was worth trillions.

Yes, trillions.

Lord James told his colleagues that $15 trillion of the $36 trillion personally held by a Mr. Yohannes Riyadi wound up in the HSBC Bank ”for onward transit to the Royal Bank of Scotland.” He claimed the United States had been gradually stealing Riyadi’s money “for the specific purpose of helping to support the dollar.”

“Mr. Riyadi has sent me a remarkable document dated February 2006,” Lord James continued, “in which the American Government have called him to a meeting with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.” That meeting, he said, “was witnessed by Mr Alan Greenspan, who signed for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York of which he was chairman, as well as chairman of the real Federal Reserve in Washington. It is signed by Mr Timothy Geithner as a witness on behalf of the International Monetary Fund. The IMF sent two witnesses, the other being Mr Yusuke Horiguchi.”

“These gentlemen have signed as witnesses,” he continued, “to the effect that this deal is a proper deal. There are a lot of other signatures on the document. I do not have a photocopy; I have an original version of the contract.

“Under the contract, the American Treasury has apparently got the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to offer to buy out the bonds issued to Mr Riyadi to replace the cash which has been taken from him over the previous 10 years. It is giving him $500 million as a cash payment to buy out worthless bonds. That is all in the agreement and it is very remarkable.”

Riyadi, as the tale continues, supposedly had 750,000 tons of gold backing the $15 trillion the United States took from him to prop up the U.S. dollar.

The World Gold Council, however, estimates the only 165,000 tons of gold have been mined in the history of the world.

But Lord James, keeping calm and carrying on, justified the story by pointing to a first-of-its-kind audit of the Federal Reserve system, published in July 2011 by the Government Accountability Office and publicized by the self-described democratic socialist Bernie Sanders, a senator from Vermont.

Sanders claimed at the time that the audit showed “that the Federal Reserve provided more than $16 trillion in total financial assistance to some of the largest financial institutions and corporations in the United States and throughout the world.”

The GAO report itself, on page 144, does describe $16.1 trillion in loans issued by the Fed from December 1, 2007 through July 21,2010. And adding the Fed’s “broad-based emergency program” loans, the report documents about $26 trillion of borrowing over a 31-month period.

For a nation worried over its $15.4 trillion national debt, the idea of a cash reserve that big would be reassuring — if the money were all in one place at the same time. But the Fed’s money ebbs and flows in and out with surprising speed, making the $26 trillion figure a deceptive one. Confusing that total with the Fed’s net worth would be like confusing a taxpayer’s annual salary with the value of his checking account.

Yet conspiracy theorists from Bernie Sanders to former Democratic Florida Rep. Alan Grayson — and even the Occupy Wall Street movement — have pointed to last year’s GAO report as evidence of a global conspiracy of Ron Paulian proportions.

The real news in the report was that some banks and other firms bailed out with Federal Reserve money had massive conflicts of interest in the form of officers who were also in positions of power inside the Fed itself. In any event, the list of the 20 largest Fed borrowers, each of whom was loaned at least $124 billion, does not include HSBC.

Still, Lord James breathlessly trumpeted the report. “I have this quite frightening piece of paper, which is my justification for bringing it into this meeting,” he intoned. “It is available on the Internet and I am astonished that it has not already been unearthed by the Treasury because every alarm bell in the land should be ringing if it has.”

There’s a reason the bells might not have gone off in Parliament. The right honourable gentleman, as British peers are fond of calling one another, could have figured out why by spending 10 seconds with the Earl of Google.

The first search result for ”Yohannes Riyadi” is, curiously enough, a Web page from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York titled “Scams Involving the Federal Reserve Name.”

“The Federal Reserve is aware of a fraudulent scam,” the page reads, “involving individuals using the names Yohannes Riyadi and/or Wilfredo Saurin, or persons claiming to be representatives of these two men.”

“In a typical version of this scam, Mr. Riyadi and/or his delegates falsely claim that they have on deposit with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York several U.S. Treasury Checks issued to Mr. Riyadi amounting to billions of dollars. … The fraudulent scheme includes multiple documents which purport to have the signatures of various Federal Reserve officials, including Chairman Ben Bernanke.”

So it emerges that the name “Yohannes Riyadi” is synonymous with the names of various apocryphal Nigerian princes whose spam emails promise riches in exchange for help moving their inheritances to American banks.

It’s a good thing — for the British, at least — that Lord James apparently doesn’t have a computer.

Reference: http://dailycaller.com/2012/02/25/britis...erve-scam/
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UK Parliament Member Lord James of Blackheath Alleges 15 Trillion Dollar Fraud Involving the Fed and Imaginary Gold
Posted on March 1, 2012 by WashingtonsBlog
$15 Trillion Dollar Fraud … Or Nigerian Style Scam?

British Parliament member Lord James of Blackheath has alleged in a speech before Parliament an elaborate fraud involving the US government, lying about hundreds of thousands of tons of imaginary gold, illegal wire transfers and loans totaling $15 trillion:

We have no idea whether Lord James is onto something big … or has fallen prey to the equivalent of a Nigerian internet scam.

As the Independent notes:

The House of Lords was treated to a 10-minute speech last week by Lord James of Blackheath, from whom we have not heard much since he announced in 2010 that he was in touch with Foundation X, a “genuine and sincere” secret organisation that wanted to lend the British government £75bn.

David James was a City businessman commissioned by the Tories, in opposition, to report on ways of eliminating government waste. Last week, the 74-year-old peer was exercised about a story he has picked up that $15trn – that is $15,000,000,000,000 – belonging to “the richest man in the world”, Yohannes Riyadi, was deposited in 2009 in the Royal Bank of Scotland. Lord James said he remains baffled after a two-year pursuit of the story, but has all the information on a memory stick, which he is offering to hand over to the Government.

His documents include a letter from the Bank of Indonesia telling him the whole story is a “complete fabrication”. He took his concerns to the Treasury minister, Lord Sassoon, who said: “This is rubbish. It is far too much money. It’d stick out like a sore thumb and you can’t see it in the RBS accounts.”

And an alert Financial Times blogger said that had Lord James googled “Yohannes Riyadi”, the first item to come up would be a warning from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York that the name is part of an internet scam designed to get money from the gullible. Two agents are trying to trace who is behind it. Perhaps Lord James should offer his memory stick.

Update: The Fed has been warning for years that “Yohannes Riyadi” is a scam:

Scam Involving Yohannes Riyadi and/or Wilfredo Saurin
November 2007

The Federal Reserve is aware of a fraudulent scam involving individuals using the names Yohannes Riyadi and/or Wilfredo Saurin, or persons claiming to be representatives of these two men. In a typical version of this scam, Mr. Riyadi and/or his delegates falsely claim that they have on deposit with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York several U.S. Treasury Checks issued to Mr. Riyadi amounting to billions of dollars.

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has been contacted by several brokers and financial institutions worldwide inquiring about the validity of this fraudulent account documentation, which is being offered as collateral for lines of credit or other types of asset based financing. The fraudulent scheme includes multiple documents which purport to have the signatures of various Federal Reserve officials, including Chairman Ben Bernanke.

In some instances, individuals involved in this fraudulent scheme claim to have met with Federal Reserve officials and claim to have verified that the alleged account is in order. We have also learned that the fraud may include the purchase of certain documents by the introducing brokers.

If you have information regarding this fraud please contact either Robert Amenta, Special Investigator at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, or Erik Rosenblatt, Senior Special Agent at the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2012/03/u...posed.html
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Update from Ben on the supposed death of Lord Blackheath – March 5, 2012
Posted on March 5, 2012 by Jean

Update on the “death” of Lord James Blackheath. The just published Weekly Geopolitical News and Analysis20120305 states that Lord James Blackheath was murdered by the cabal. The source for this information was a member of the Rothschild family. The Wikipedia entry on Lord Blackheath also stated that he died on February 29th. However, a spokesperson for the House of Lords in the UK said that “as far as we know he is alive and well.
http://jhaines6.wordpress.com/2012/03/05...ch-5-2012/
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Also has something on Foundation X Speech
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_James...Blackheath
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My Lords, I thank the Minister for that response, but I am a little disappointed not to hear that it is possible for us to ban altogether this independent commercial activity. It is seriously prejudicial to the interests of, perhaps, formerly redundant members of our services who find deliverance from their predicament by joining, given the extreme hazard that they will represent under international law, both to themselves and to this country's reputation.

http://www.theyworkforyou.com/lords/?id=...13880#g1.3
05-31-2013 07:20 PM
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