Thursday, May 10, 2012

Does This Not Ring True?






Does this not ring true?
Michael channeled by Ron Head
May 9, 2012 in Ron's Channeled Messages

We shall speak today on the topic of self-worth.  The importance of this cannot be over-stated.  Each of you has built a future constructed of dreams and desires which are your concepts of a better and happier life.  Most of you are wondering when you are going to see some evidence of these things in your lives.

Your realities, and we will point out that this means your illusions, are built around your beliefs of the possible.  This is the system as you have constructed it, and it is inviolable.  Therefore, in order to make a change in what you see, you need to make a change in what you believe.  This is not news to you at all.  What you may not have considered, and what has been used against you very effectively, is that if you believe you are unworthy or underserving of receiving your dreams, they may not occur.  That is ‘may not’ as in ‘they do not have permission’.

Concepts of guilt and sin have tied you down very effectively.  Likewise, placing intermediaries between yourselves and whatever your name for your Creator is, has immediately taken away your connection to your power.  Let us propose a new belief pattern for you which we suggest you look at closely and adopt as much as you are able.

Try these truths on for size.  I am the created son/daughter of the most powerful creative force in the universe.  I am created in His/Her likeness.  The Creator of my being is Love itself.  Creator’s love is unconditional.  Therefore the creator loves me unconditionally.  This means that, no matter what I have done in this life or any other, I am worthy and deserving of whatever will make my life and my world better.  Does this not ring true for you?  Of course it does.  You will need to take one tiny further step.  Forgive yourselves.  Ah!  Perhaps not so tiny for you?  We suggest you go inside and call a meeting.  Invite your Creator, your higher self, your soul, all those you feel you have hurt, and put yourself in one of those chairs also.  Now do a little Ho-o-pono-pono.  Tell everyone at that table, “I love you.  I’m sorry.  Please forgive me.  Thank you.”  Tell them sincerely, especially that self who is sitting there.  After this you should be able to say, feel, and believe, “I am worthy and deserving of all the best things for my life.”

Until the illusion collapses around you completely, and it will, we assure you that moving yourselves into a space of self-worth and self-love will change your lives totally, lifting the weight of countless years of hopelessness.  Now look at your dreams and desires, your hopes for the new world, with entirely new eyes.  Step forward with confidence into your new lives.

Peace and love be yours, dear friends.

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Whistleblower John Cruz:
HSBC Bank is a “Criminal Enterprise”.
Laundered Billions.
Amex and Paypal Involved.


Reposted from Steve Beckow's the2012scenario.com

2012 MAY 10
Posted by Stephen Cook
Whistleblower John Cruz: HSBC is a “Criminal Enterprise”. Laundered Billions. Amex and Paypal Involved.
Thanks to Gene.

This video is from a special series of stories on WND.com by Jerome R. Corsi. John Cruz is a former vice president and relationship manager at HSBC. He turned over more than 1,000 pages of documents to WND earlier this year,  including customer account ledgers for dozens of companies through which, he charges, HSBC was laundering money each month. Billions all up.

WND has now run several explosive stories featuring Cruz’s information. The first, in early February, was titled: “Banking Giant Accused of Laundering Billions”. Next, Cruz talked about American Express and Paypal’s involvement in this money laundering. Now comes this video interview, where he says HSBC is a “criminal enterprise”.

I have included sections from – and the links to – all three stories below:
(Sorry, I couldn’t remove the ad before the video)


These are excerpts from the story posted this week:

Banking Giant HSBC is a “Criminal Enterprise”
By Jerome R. Corsi – May 8, 2012

http://www.wnd.com/2012/05/banking-giant-hsbc-a-criminal-enterprise/

1. Cruz told WND that as a relationship manager, it was his responsibility to look up various accounts in the HSBC computer system and visit the account holders in person to offer additional banking products and services.

“I pulled these documents because I thought they were evidence of suspicious activity taking place,” Cruz affirmed when presented by WND with various HSBC computer ledgers of customer accounts. “These same documents I brought to bank security and my managers in the bank.”

“My managers told me I was crazy and I didn’t know what I was talking about,” he said. “They told me it was none of my business what goes on in transactions. But that’s my job.”

2. Cruz charges that the 1,000 pages of customer account records suggest HSBC relied on identity theft to capture legitimate Social Security numbers that were then used to create the bogus retail and commercial bank accounts through which employees systematically deposited and withdrew hundreds of millions of dollars on a daily basis, apparently without the knowledge of the identity theft victims.

“When an individual finds out they got a loan they never knew about, 5 percent of that loan went to the accounting firm that made up the phony tax returns, and the other 95 percent of that loan went to the manager,” he said.

“One manager was involved in the transaction, another manager was involved in notarizing the transaction, and senior management was involved where they signed off permission to give the loans even when the loans get rejected by underwriting.”

At the end, this article states:

In January, Reuters reported that the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations had begun investigating money-laundering activity at HSBC with the intention of scheduling hearings later this year.

Last week, Reuters reported the U.S. unit of the London-based HSBC Holdings Plc has been under investigation by federal law enforcement officials since 2003 for the bank’s lax attitudes toward enforcing anti-money laundering statutes.

Reuters reported that confidential documents examined from the offices of two U.S. Attorneys’ offices allege that from 2005, “the bank violated the Bank Secrecy Act and other anti-money laundering laws on a massive scale” by not adequately reviewing “hundreds of billions of dollars in transactions for any that might have links to drug trafficking, terrorist financing and other criminal activity.”

In an attempt to make his charges public, Cruz in 2011 published a book about his experiences titled “World Banking World Fraud: Using Your Identity.”

To read the rest of this story and see some of the documents Cruz handed over to WND go here:
http://www.wnd.com/2012/05/banking-giant-hsbc-a-criminal-enterprise/

This is the intro to the first story WND published in February:

Banking Giant Accused of Laundering Billions
By Jerome R. Corsi – February 1, 2012

http://www.wnd.com/2012/02/banking-giant-accused-of-laundering-billions/

NEW YORK – A former employee of HSBC in New York has 1,000 pages of customer account records he claims are evidence of an international money-laundering scheme involving hundreds of billions of dollars by the global banking giant, which reportedly is under investigation by a U.S. Senate committee.

John Cruz has delivered to WND customer account records he says he pulled from the HSBC computer system before he was fired. Cruz was terminated Feb. 17, 2010, after two years at HSBC for “poor performance,” but he contends he was let go because senior management didn’t want to him to pursue his personal investigation.

Asked for comment, HSBC spokesman Rob Sherman issued a statement to WND.

“We support efforts to protect the integrity of the financial system, and our commitment to AML (anti-money laundering) includes rigorous internal processes and a close working partnership with regulators and law enforcement,” the statement said.

One of the largest banks in the world, London-based HSBC has about 7,500 offices in more than 80 countries and territories in Europe, North and South America, the Asia-Pacific region, the Middle East and Africa.

To read the rest of this earlier article go here:
http://www.wnd.com/2012/02/banking-giant-accused-of-laundering-billions/

This is the second article WND published in February:

PayPal, American Express Implicated in Bank Fraud
By Jerome R. Corsi – February 8 , 2012

http://www.wnd.com/2012/02/paypal-american-express-implicated-in-bank-fraud/

NEW YORK – A former employee of one of the world’s largest international banks who has provided WND with more than 1,000 pages of evidence alleges the Internet giant PayPal and American Express are implicated in an international money-laundering scheme involving hundreds of billions of dollars.

The whistleblower, John Cruz, was a relationship manager in the southern New York region for the London-based global bank HSBC.

“I found many accounts where PayPal and American Express were used as conduits through which hundreds of thousands of dollars were deposited or withdrawn from HSBC customer accounts in a pattern of suspicious transactions that should have been reported to legal authorities under various banking statutes, including the Patriot Act,” Cruz told WND.

Neither PayPal nor American Express responded to WND email and telephone requests for comment.

To read the rest of this earlier article go here:
http://www.wnd.com/2012/02/paypal-american-express-implicated-in-bank-fraud

Never Give Up!
Never Underestimate What You Can Do!




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Weapons of Mass Distraction



I will not be posting any more Drake, Freedom Reigns, or Bill Wood postings.  As far as I am concerned its all a distraction to keep people focused on the duality game.  

If the military and law enforcement is truly going to do a mass arrest,  I will be glad to post a heads up on that. They know how to reach me. I wish them well and God speed.

I've closed comments on this post. The comments are degenerating into personal attacks on the people involved and that is not my aim. Should anything of substance emerge later on I will post further updates on the mass arrests. 



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Queen Unveils Draft Internet Super-Snoop Bill


Queen unveils draft internet super-snoop bill - with clauses
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/05/09/queen_speech_ccdp/
Her Maj opens Parliamentary session with clear nod to CCDP
By Kelly Fiveash

Posted in Law, 9th May 2012 12:12 GMT
The Queen has detailed the government's upcoming programme of law-making on a grey day darkened by the gloom of a double-dip recession and plans to massively increase surveillance of the internet in the UK.

Opening the new session of Parliament, Her Majesty confirmed on Wednesday that "draft clauses" would be introduced to allow MPs to scrutinise Home Secretary Theresa May's Communications Capabilities Development Programme (CCDP) - the controversial project to allow security services in Blighty to monitor the population online.
Lord Chancellor Kenneth Clarke hands the Queen her speech
The Queen told politicos and peers in the House of Lords:

My government intends to bring forward measures to maintain the ability of the law enforcement and intelligence agencies to access vital communications data under strict safeguards to protect the public, subject to scrutiny of draft clauses.

It's unclear if those "strict safeguards" mean that a warrant, for example, would be needed before spooks could access such data. The rough proposal appeared to only fuzzily indicate that such protection for British citizens would be provided, however.

A Home Office document about the proposed draft bill [PDF] stated that an updated framework to aid the "lawful, efficient and effective obtaining of communications data by authorised public authorities including law enforcement and intelligence agencies" would be established.

It added that safeguards such as imposing a 12-month limit on the length of time such private data could be retained by communication service providers would be proposed. The Information Commissioner Christopher Graham will be tasked with reviewing such data retention plans.

The draft communications data bill outlined the following "benefits":

"The ability of the police and intelligence agencies to continue to access communications data which is vital in supporting their work in protecting the public."
"An updated framework for the collection, retention and acquisition of communications data which enables a flexible response to technological change."
The proposed bill described communications data as being "information about a communication, not the communication itself".

May and her department have tried to bat aside criticism from civil liberties groups by saying that "no emails would be read in real-time".

But many have complained that the cabinet minister's reassurances are unfounded given that the net-snooping plan would involve GCHQ operatives monitoring everything an individual does online, if not snoop on the content of messages.

The time and duration of communications would be probed, as would telephone numbers or email addresses that have been contacted, and "sometimes the location of the originator of the communication".

But beyond that, very little technical detail was offered in the draft communications data bill this morning. The CCDP was originally expected to be included in the crime and courts or justice and security bills - the fact it is now standalone and in draft form will subject it to greater parliamentary scrutiny.

Lib Dem Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg may have behind the scenes forced a serious airing of May's proposals in Parliament, and MPs even within the Coalition are undoubtedly opposed to such a "snoopers' charter", but the fact remains that the Home Office - just like its previous New Labour incumbents - is determined to push its plans to hugely step up surveillance of the internet onto the nation's law books.
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