Yet Another 9/11 Related Financial Scam
I have been covering the Leo Wanta $70 trillion scam in a series of posts over at my Chief Brief blog, and the more I find out, the weirder it gets. Now it is apparently tied in to the 9/11 attacks:
The historically unprecedented scandal surrounding the diversion of the long since formally agreed Settlement of $4.5 trillion payable to the corporate securities account with Morgan Stanley of Virginia-based AmeriTrust Groupe, Inc., belonging to internationally renowned Ambassador Leo Emil Wanta, has brought the world financial economy to the brink of catastrophe, as a small cabal of criminal internationalist operatives seeks to implode the entire derivatives sector, after having enriched themselves by exploiting the diverted $4.5 trillion which should have been credited to the account last June, in accordance with a formal agreement signed by the President of the United States and other high office-holders in May 2006.Some claim that the towers were destroyed as some type of insurance fraud by Larry Silverstein, others say it was for the put options, others claim an elaborate Mafia led arbitrage scheme, and still others allege $167 billion in gold was stolen. Now this theory arises. This must be the largest forced transfer of wealth since the October Revolution.
On 11th September 2001, associated criminal forces orchestrated the catastrophic demolition of the Twin Towers, gaining five further years for the ‘Ponzi Game’ derivatives sector thanks to the destruction of the relevant derivatives contracts held at the World Trade Center offices of Cantor Fitzgerald, which lost 658 employees forfeit to the criminal gangs. Cantor Fitzgerald salved any conscience its partners may have had by allocating 25% of their profits for five years for the benefit of the families of the bereaved, and agreeing to pay welfare costs for ten years.
No doubt this was considered by those in charge of the atrocity to have been a small price to pay for gaining the benefit of the sudden ‘forgiveness’ of the relevant derivatives contracts.