The war on cash needs to be recognized as a war to end world domination https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/Twitter126.96.36.199.pdf
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The war on cash needs to be recognized for what it is.
Who won the world war against the Banking Cartel? We did
We are not merely talking about a war against big government. Governments have now been turned into corporations. We are talking about a war against the same banking cartel that is responsible for the murder of Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy, both of whom were trying to issue currency for the United States of America.
I have reframed this war and put it into its proper context. Now I will finish posting my comment, whether on Forbes’ website, or on the internet at large.
Karen Hudes 6 days ago
Mr. Behar has left out how the Bush Administration attempted to prevent Paul Wolfowitz’ resignation from the presidency of the World Bank by threatening to reveal sensitive information about the Executive Directors on the Board. Herman Wijffels, the Dutch Executive Director at the World Bank, led the Board’s inquiry into illegal pay raises to Wolfowitz’ romantic interest, Shaha Riza. Riza, who worked at the World Bank prior to Wolfowitz’ appointment, received a 35% raise just months after Wolfowitz assumed the presidency of the World Bank.
Wijffels reported, “There was digging into my past in a shocking manner. In my case there was nothing to find. Very clear efforts to disqualify my fellow Directors led to consternation.” I am a Yale Law educated lawyer and University of Amsterdam educated economist who worked in the World Bank’s legal department for 20 years. I reported to the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, then chaired by Vice President Joe Biden, the risks to the reputation of the United States. Robert Zoellick fired me in retaliation in 2007.
I also reported the corrupt take-over of Philippines National Bank, the second largest bank in the Philippines. Lucio Tan, a crony of then-President of the Philippines Joseph Estrada, acquired stock owned by government employees in Philippines National Bank in violation of Philippines securities laws. Tan owned Philippines Airlines, in default on its loans from PNB. The government of the Philippines loaned $493 million to PNB after PNB’s depositors made heavy withdrawals. $200 million from a World Bank loan and $200 million from a Japanese loan was cancelled. Estrada was ultimately impeached, and in 2007 an anti-corruption court in the Philippines required Estrada to refund graft he had plundered.
The World Bank’s Country Director in the Philippines reassigned me when I asked him to warn the Philippines’ government that the World Bank could not disburse its loan. The World Bank’s Internal Audit Department refused to correct the satisfactory evaluation of the World Bank’s supervision performance or the flawed report of the Institutional Integrity Department to the Audit Committee of the Board of Executive Directors.
The Audit Committee requested an inquiry into the Institutional Integrity Department. The Paul Volcker Panel investigation into the Institutional Integrity Department was discredited after “deliberate and substantial interference with this supposedly independent commission” came to light.
The World Bank stonewalled four letters from Congress into my disclosures. The World Bank also stonewalled a Government Accountability Office inquiry into transparency at the World Bank requested by Senators Richard Lugar, Evan Bayh, and Patrick Leahy.
http://citizenoversight.com/pdf/blwb.pdf I warned the Joint Economic Committee an accurate political science stakeholder analysis was predicting that without rule of law at the World Bank the United States would lose the Gentlemen’s Agreement for the US to appoint the president of the World Bank. The analysis uses modern game theory to simulate a bargaining process among stakeholders and is 90% accurate.
The 187 member countries of the World Bank rescinded the 66 year old Gentlemen’s Agreement in 2010. http://www.imf.org/external/np/cm/2010/042510.htm The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors selected Dr. Kim as the World Bank’s president from a field of three nominees, including Nigeria’s Finance Minister, Ngozi Okonjo Iweala, and Colombia’s former Finance Minister, Jose Antonio Ocampo.
The US Congress is requiring results that eliminate retaliation against whistleblowers in the 2012 appropriations legislation for the World Bank capital increase. You can read more about my whistleblower retaliation case in the US Court of Appeals, DC Circuit at
karenhudes 7 hours ago
Japan’s guiltiest secret is the refusal to replace fractional reserve fiat currencies with the gold allocated to Japan and the rest of the world from the Global Debt Facility. It is time for the world’s gold to come out of hiding, as agreed at the Spring Meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. See