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Anonymous ID: d4e256 March 16, 2023, 1:58 a.m. No.18516995   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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Anonymous ID: d4e256 March 16, 2023, 1:58 a.m. No.18516997   🗄️.is 🔗kun



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Anonymous ID: eec23e March 16, 2023, 2:01 a.m. No.18517001   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7095 >>7097 >>7174 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681

Donald J. Trump



I did NOTHING wrong in the “Horseface” case. I see she showed up in New York today trying to drum up some publicity for herself. I haven’t seen or spoken to her since I took a picture with her on a golf course, in full golf gear including a hat, close to 18 years ago. She knows nothing about me other than her conman lawyer, Avanatti, and convicted liar and felon, jailbird Michael Cohen, may have schemed up. Never had an affair with her, just another false acquisition by a SleazeBag. Witch Hunt!


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Anonymous ID: eec23e March 16, 2023, 2:03 a.m. No.18517007   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7085 >>7089 >>7091 >>7093 >>7157 >>7279 >>7601

Donald J. Trump



Here we go again with the USGA wanting to cut the distance out of a golf ball! Remember, you still have to chip, putt, and do everything else. They really have bigger problems, like LIV. People want to feel and watch the long ball. Also, they want to see the great players hit home runs, not singles and doubles. Length is important for Entertainment Value. LEAVE THE GOLF BALL ALONE. Balls will be mixed for years to come. What a mess. Also, allow long putters, and ball drops from past heights!


Mar 16, 2023, 12:17 AM

Anonymous ID: eec23e March 16, 2023, 2:04 a.m. No.18517012   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7083

Donald J. Trump



In addition to wanting to cut Social Security (and raise the minimum age to at least 70) & MediCare, RINO Ron DeSanctimonious is delivering the biggest insurance company BAILOUT to Globalist Insurance Companies, IN HISTORY. He’s also crushed Florida homeowners whose houses were destroyed in the Hurricane - They’re getting pennies on the dollar. His Insurance Commissioner does NOTHING, while Florida’s lives are ruined. This is the worst Insurance Scam in the entire Country!


Mar 16, 2023, 12:23 AM

Anonymous ID: eec23e March 16, 2023, 2:05 a.m. No.18517018   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7488

Donald J. Trump





Mar 16, 2023, 12:31 AM

Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:05 a.m. No.18517021   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7028 >>7033 >>7037 >>7047 >>7055 >>7077 >>7101 >>7102 >>7174 >>7257 >>7323 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681




Note: As seen recently how they can stop ordinary peoples accounts on Jan 6th and in Ottawa, this is just one bank, H.S.B.C and Deutsche Bank and other off shore giant banks are worse, much worse.!!!


Revealed: Credit Suisse leak unmasks criminals, fraudsters and corrupt politicians

Massive leak reveals secret owners of £80bn held in Swiss bank

Whistleblower leaked bank’s data to expose ‘immoral’ secrecy laws

Clients included human trafficker and billionaire who ordered girlfriend’s murder

Vatican-owned account used to spend €350m in allegedly fraudulent investment

Scandal-hit Credit Suisse rejects allegations it may be ‘rogue bank’

A massive leak from one of the world’s biggest private banks, Credit Suisse, has exposed the hidden wealth of clients involved in torture, drug trafficking, money laundering, corruption and other serious crimes.

Details of accounts linked to 30,000 Credit Suisse clients all over the world are contained in the leak, which unmasks the beneficiaries of more than 100bn Swiss francs (£80bn)* held in one of Switzerland’s best-known financial institutions.

The leak points to widespread failures of due diligence by Credit Suisse, despite repeated pledges over decades to weed out dubious clients and illicit funds. The Guardian is part of a consortium of media outlets given exclusive access to the data.

We can reveal how Credit Suisse repeatedly either opened or maintained bank accounts for a panoramic array of high-risk clients across the world.


Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:07 a.m. No.18517028   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7033 >>7037 >>7047 >>7055 >>7077 >>7174 >>7257 >>7323 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


Quick Guide

Suisse secrets


What is the Suisse secrets leak?

Suisse secrets is a global journalistic investigation into a leak of data from the Swiss bank Credit Suisse. It comprises more than 18,000 bank accounts that were leaked to Süddeutsche Zeitung by a whistleblower who said Swiss banking secrecy laws were "immoral". The data, which is only a partial capture of the bank’s 1.5 million private banking clients, is linked to more than 30,000 Credit Suisse clients. The leak includes personal, shared and corporate bank accounts – holding, on average, 7.5m Swiss francs (CHF). Almost 200 accounts in the data are worth more than 100m CHF, and more than a dozen are valued in the billions. While some accounts in the data were open as far back as the 1940s, more than two-thirds were opened since 2000. Many of those were still open well into the last decade, and a portion remain open today.

The Guardian was among more than 48 media partners around the world including journalists at Le Monde, NDR, the Miami Herald and the New York Times. They spent months using the data to investigate the bank, in a project coordinated by Süddeutsche Zeitung and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP). They unearthed evidence Credit Suisse accounts had been used by clients involved in torture, drug trafficking, money laundering, corruption and other serious crimes, suggesting widespread failures of due diligence by the bank. It is not illegal to have a Swiss account and the leak also contained data of legitimate clients who had done nothing wrong. In its response, Credit Suisse said it "strongly rejects the allegations and inferences about the bank’s purported business practices".

They include a human trafficker in the Philippines, a Hong Kong stock exchange boss jailed for bribery, a billionaire who ordered the murder of his Lebanese pop star girlfriend and executives who looted Venezuela’s state oil company, as well as corrupt politicians from Egypt to Ukraine.

One Vatican-owned account in the data was used to spend €350m (£290m) in an allegedly fraudulent investment in London property that is at the centre of an ongoing criminal trial of several defendants, including a cardinal.

The huge trove of banking data was leaked by an anonymous whistleblower to the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung. “I believe that Swiss banking secrecy laws are immoral,” the whistleblower source said in a statement. “The pretext of protecting financial privacy is merely a fig leaf covering the shameful role of Swiss banks as collaborators of tax evaders.”

Credit Suisse said that Switzerland’s strict banking secrecy laws prevented it from commenting on claims relating to individual clients.

“Credit Suisse strongly rejects the allegations and inferences about the bank’s purported business practices,” the bank said in a statement, arguing that the matters uncovered by reporters are based on “selective information taken out of context, resulting in tendentious interpretations of the bank’s business conduct.”

The bank also said the allegations were largely historical, in some instances dating back to a time when “laws, practices and expectations of financial institutions were very different from where they are now”.

While some accounts in the data were open as far back as the 1940s, more than two-thirds were opened since 2000. Many of those were still open well into the last decade, and a portion remain open today.

The timing of the leak could hardly be worse for Credit Suisse, which has recently been beset by major scandals. Last month, it lost its chairman, António Horta-Osório, after he twice broke Covid-19 regulations.

That capped an unprecedented year of controversies in which the bank became embroiled in the collapse of the supply chain finance firm Greensill Capital and the US hedge fund Archegos Capital, and was fined £350m over its role in a loan scandal in Mozambique.

This month, Credit Suisse became the first major Swiss bank in the country’s history to face criminal charges – which it denies – relating to allegation it helped launder money from the cocaine trade on behalf of the Bulgarian mafia.

However, the repercussions of the leak could be much broader than one bank, threatening a crisis for Switzerland, which retains one of the world’s most secretive banking laws. Swiss financial institutions manage about 7.9tn CHF (£6.3tn) in assets, nearly half of which belongs to foreign clients.

The Suisse secrets project sheds a rare light on one of the world’s largest financial centres, which has grown used to operating in the shadows. It identifies the convicts and money launderers who were able to open bank accounts, or keep them open for years after their crimes emerged. And it reveals how Switzerland’s famed banking secrecy laws helped facilitate the looting of countries in the developing world.

Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:08 a.m. No.18517033   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7037 >>7047 >>7055 >>7077 >>7174 >>7257 >>7323 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681



Disgraced executives, fraudsters, traffickers – clients

When Ronald Li Fook-shiu approached a banker to open an account in 2000, he is unlikely to have been viewed as a run-of-the-mill client. A former chairman of the Hong Kong stock exchange, he was one of the wealthiest people in the city, where he was known as the “godfather of the stock market”. But he was perhaps better known for the time he spent in a maximum security prison.

Li’s career had ended in disgrace in 1990, when he was convicted of taking bribes in exchange for listing companies on the stock exchange. However, a decade later Li was nonetheless able to open an account that later held 59m CHF (£26.3m), according to the leak.

He has since died, but his case is one of dozens discovered by reporters appearing to show Credit Suisse opened or maintained accounts for clients who had serious convictions that might be expected to show up in due diligence checks. There are other instances in which Credit Suisse may have taken quick action after red flags emerged, but the case nonetheless shows that dubious clients have been attracted to the bank.

Like every other bank in the world, Credit Suisse professes to have stringent control mechanisms to carry out extensive due diligence on its customers to “ensure that the highest standards of conduct are upheld”. In banking parlance, such controls are called know-your-client or KYC checks.

A 2017 leaked report commissioned by Switzerland’s financial regulator shed some light on the bank’s internal procedures at that time. Clients would face intensified scrutiny when flagged as a politically exposed person from a high-risk country, or a person involved in a high-risk activity such as gambling, weapons trading, financial services or mining, the report said.

Relationship managers were expected to use external sources to verify customers and their risk levels, according to the leak, including news articles or databases such as the Thomson Reuters World-Check platform, which is used widely in the financial services sector to flag when people are arrested, charged, investigated or convicted of a serious crime.


Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:10 a.m. No.18517037   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7047 >>7055 >>7077 >>7174 >>7257 >>7323 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681





Such controls might be expected to prevent a bank from opening accounts for clients such as Rodoljub Radulović, a Serbian securities fraudster indicted in 2001 by the US Securities and Exchange Commission. However, the leaked data identifies him as the co-signatory of two Credit Suisse company accounts. The first was opened in 2005, the year after the SEC had secured a default judgment against Radulović for running a pump-and-dump scheme.

One of Radulović’s company accounts held 3.4m CHF (£2.2m) before they closed in 2010. He was recently given a 10-year prison sentence by a court in Belgrade for his role trafficking cocaine from South America for the organised crime boss Darko Šarić. Radulović’s lawyer did not respond to multiple requests for comment.

Due diligence is not only for new clients. Banks are required to continually reassess existing customers. The 2017 report said Credit Suisse screened customers at least every three years and as often as once a year for the riskiest clients. Lawyers for Credit Suisse told the Guardian these periodic reviews were introduced “more than 15 years ago”, meaning it was continually running due diligence on existing clients from 2007.

The bank might, therefore, have been expected to have discovered that its German client Eduard Seidel was convicted of bribery in 2008. Seidel was an employee of Siemens. As the multinational’s lead in Nigeria, he oversaw a campaign of industrial-scale bribery to secure lucrative contracts for his employer by funnelling cash to corrupt Nigerian politicians.After German authorities raided the Munich headquarters of Siemens in 2006, Seidel immediately confessed his role in the bribery scheme, though he said he had never stolen from the company or appropriated its slush funds. His involvement in the corruption led to his name being entered into the Thomson Reuters World-Check database in 2007.

However, the leaked Credit Suisse data shows his accounts were left open until at least well into the last decade. At one point after he left Siemens, one account was worth 54m CHF (£24m). Seidel’s lawyer declined to say whether the accounts were his. He said his client had addressed all outstanding matters relating to his bribery offences and wished to move on with his life.

The lawyer did not respond to repeated invitations to explain the source of the 54m CHF. Siemens said it did not know about the money and that its review of its own cashflows shed no light on the account.

While Credit Suisse said in its statement it could not comment on any specific clients, the bank said “actions have been taken in line with applicable policies and regulatory requirements at the relevant times, and that related issues have already been addressed”.

In some instances, Credit Suisse is understood to have frozen accounts belonging to problematic clients. Yet questions remain about how quickly the bank moved to close them.

One client, Stefan Sederholm, a Swedish computer technician who opened an account with Credit Suisse in 2008, was able to keep it open for two-and-a-half years after his widely reported conviction for human trafficking in the Philippines, for which he was given a life sentence.

Sederholm’s crime first came to light in 2009, when police in Manila raided a storefront purporting to be the local chapter of the Mindanao Peoples’ Peace Movement, and discovered about 17 women in cubicles with webcams performing sex shows for foreign customers. He was convicted in 2011.

A representative for Sederholm said Credit Suisse never froze his accounts and did not close them until 2013 when he was unable to provide due diligence material. Asked why Sederholm needed a Swiss account, they said that he was living in Thailand when it was opened, adding: “Can you please tell me if you would prefer to put your money in a Thai or Swiss bank?”


Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:13 a.m. No.18517047   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7055 >>7077 >>7174 >>7257 >>7323 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681






Ferdinand and Imelda pillage the Philippines

Swiss banks have cultivated their trusted reputation since as far back as 1713, when the Great Council of Geneva prohibited bankers from revealing details about the fortunes being deposited by European aristocrats. Switzerland soon became a tax haven for many of the world’s elites and its bankers nurtured a “duty of absolute silence” about their clients affairs.

The custom was enshrined in statute in 1934 with the introduction of Switzerland’s banking secrecy law, which criminalised the disclosure of client banking information to foreign authorities. Within decades, wealthy clients from all over the world were flocking to Swiss banks. Sometimes, that meant clients with something to hide.

One of the most notorious cases in Credit Suisse’s history involved the corrupt Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his wife, Imelda. The couple are estimated to have siphoned as much as $10bn from the Philippines during the three terms Ferdinand was president, which ended in 1986.

It has long been known that Credit Suisse was one of the first banks to help the Marcoses ravage their own country and in one infamous episode even helped them open Swiss accounts under the fake names “William Saunders” and “Jane Ryan”. In 1995, a Zurich court ordered Credit Suisse and another bank to return $500m of stolen funds to the Philippines.

The leaked data contains an account that belonged to Helen Rivilla, an attorney convicted in 1992 for helping launder money on behalf of Ferdinand Marcos. Despite this, she was able to open a Swiss account in 2000, as was her husband, Antonio, who faced similar charges that were subsequently dropped.

It is hard to know how Credit Suisse could have missed the money-laundering case linking the couple to the corrupt Philippine leader, which was reported by the Associated Press. The couple, who could not be reached for comment, were able to hold about 8m CHF (£3.6m) with the bank before their accounts were closed in 2006.

One former Credit Suisse employee at the time alleges there was a deeply ingrained culture in Swiss banking of looking the other way when it came to problematic clients. “The bank’s compliance departments [were] masters of plausible deniability,” they told a reporter from the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, one of the coordinators of the Suisse secrets project. “Never write anything down that could expose an account that is non-compliant and never ask a question you do not want to know the answer to.”

The 2000s was also a decade in which foreign regulators and tax authorities became increasingly frustrated at their inability to penetrate the Swiss financial system. That changed in 2007, when the UBS banker Bradley Birkenfeld voluntarily approached US authorities with information about how the bank was helping thousands of wealthy Americans evade tax with secret accounts.

Birkenfeld was viewed as a traitor in


Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:16 a.m. No.18517055   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7057 >>7077 >>7174 >>7257 >>7323 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681






Switzerland, where banking whistleblowers are often held in contempt. However, a wide-ranging US Senate investigation later uncovered the aggressive tactics used by UBS and Credit Suisse, the latter of which was found to have sent bankers to high-end events to recruit clients, courted a potential customer with free gold, and in one case even delivered sensitive bank statements hidden in the pages of a Sports Illustrated magazine.

The revelations sent shock waves through Switzerland’s financial sector and enraged the US, which pressured Switzerland into unilaterally disclosing which of its taxpayers had secret Swiss accounts from 2014. That same year, Switzerland reluctantly signed up to the international convention on the automatic exchange of banking Information.

By adopting the so-called common reporting standard (CRS) for sharing tax data, Switzerland in effect agreed that its banks would in the future exchange information about their clients with tax authorities in foreign countries. They started doing so in 2018.

Membership of the global exchange system is often cited by Switzerland’s banking industry as a turning point. “There is no longer Swiss bank client confidentiality for clients abroad,” the Swiss Bankers Association told the Guardian. “We are transparent, there is nothing to hide in Switzerland.”

Switzerland’s almost 90-year-old banking secrecy law, however, remains in force – and was recently broadened. The Tax Justice Network estimates that countries around the world collectively lose $21bn (£15.4bn) each year in tax revenues because of Switzerland. Many of those countries will be poorer nations that have not signed up to the CRS data exchange.

More than 90 countries, most of which are in the developing world, remain in the dark when their wealthy taxpayers hide their money in Swiss accounts.

This inequity in the system was cited by the whistleblower behind the leaked data, who said the CRS system “imposes a disproportionate financial and infrastructural burden on developing nations, perpetuating their exclusion from the system in the foreseeable future”.

“This situation enables corruption and starves developing countries of much-needed tax revenue. These countries are the ones that therefore suffer most from Switzerland’s reverse-Robin-Hood stunt,” they said.


Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:16 a.m. No.18517057   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7065 >>7077 >>7174 >>7257 >>7323 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


The whistleblower acknowledged that the leak would contain accounts that were legitimate and declared by the client to their tax authority.


“I am aware that having an offshore Swiss bank account does not necessarily imply tax evasion or any other financial crime,” they said. “However, it is likely that a significant number of these accounts were opened with the sole purpose of hiding their holder’s wealth from fiscal institutions and/or avoiding the payment of taxes on capital gains.”

It was not possible for journalists in the Suisse secrets project to establish how many of the more than 18,000 accounts in the leak were declared to relevant tax authorities

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Suisse secrets media partners


Suisse secrets media partners

Media partners and journalists who participated in the Suisse secrets investigation, which was coordinated by Süddeutsche Zeitung and the OCCRP:

The Guardian: David Pegg, Kalyeena Makortoff, Martin Chulov, Paul Lewis, Luke Harding; Süddeutsche Zeitung: Ralf Wiegand, Jörg Schmitt, Bastian Obermayer, Frederik Obermaier, Hannes Munzinger, Mauritius Much, Emilia Garbsch, Nina Bovensiepen, Sophia Baumann; OCCRP: James G Wright, Erin Klazar, Juliet Atellah, Olgah Atellah, Kira Zalan, Mohamed Ebrahem, Amra Džonlić Zlatarević, Martin Young, Jonny Wrate, Julia Wallace, Sharad Vyas, Jurre van Bergen, Alina Tsogoeva, Beauregard Tromp, Jan Strozyk, Tom Stocks, Graham Stack, Karina Shedrofsky, Khadija Sharife, Sana Sbouai, Paul Radu, Miranda Patrucic, Stelios Orphanides, James O’Brien, Ahmad Noorani, Mark Nightingale, Will Neal, Eli Moskowitz, Ilya Lozovsky, Erin Klazar, Peter Jones, Mathias J, Maha All Rashid, Kevin Hall, Kai Evans, Eduardo Goulart, Misha Gagarin, Brian Fitzpatrick, Jared Ferrie, Alex Dziadosz, Stevan Dojčinović, Romina Colman, Umar Cheema, Lindita Cela, Birgit Brauer, Natalia Abril Bonilla, Eric Barrett, Antonio Baquero, Abdulwahed Al, Mark Anderson; Le Monde: Madjid Zerrouky, Faustine Vincent, Maxime Vaudano, Joan Tilouine, Thomas Saintourens, Anne Michel, Benjamin Barthe, Jérémie Baruch; NDR: Julia Wacket, Benedikt Strunz, Elena Kuch, Antonius Kempmann, Volkmar Kabisch, Johannes Jolmes, Lisa Maria Hagen, Lena Gürtler; New York Times: Ben Hubbard, David Enrich, Jesse Drucker; Miami Herald: Ben Wieder, Jay Weaver, Casey Frank, Antonio Delgado, Shirsho Dasgupta, Aaron Albright; CIN: Mirjana Popovic, Jelena Jevtić, Mubarek Asani, Aladin Abdagic; Trece Costa Rica Noticias: Mercedes Agüero R; Irpimedia: Lorenzo Bagnoli, Cecilia Anesi; Slidstvo_info: Yanina Korniienko, Anna Babinecs; Alqatiba: Walid Mejri, Rahma Behi; WDR: Massimo Bognanni; Investico: Karlijn Kuijpers, Romy van der Burgh; IRL: Bojan Stojanovski, Ivana Nasteska, Aleksandra Denkovska, Maja Jovanovska, David Ilieski, Saska Cvetkovska, Trifun Sitnikovski, Denica Chadikovska; Laurent Schmit, Luc Caregari; Le Soir: Joël Matriche, Xavier Counasse; SVT: Johan Wikén, Aris Velizelos, Joachim Dyfvermark;


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Links to another dictator … and another

Ferdinand Marcos may have been Credit Suisse’s most notorious client. He is arguably rivalled only by relatives of the brutal Nigerian dictator Sani Abacha, who is believed to have stolen as much as $5bn from his people in just six years. It has long been known that Credit Suisse provided services to Abacha’s sons, opening Swiss accounts in which they deposited $214m.

Credit Suisse was publicly contrite after being kicked off a sustainable investment index over the affair. “We understand that the index was not really happy with us being involved with Abacha – we were not happy ourselves,” a spokesperson said in 1999. “But we have addressed those problems and for several years we have taken internal measures to make sure nothing similar happens in the future.”

Banks that enable kleptocrats to launder their money are complicit in a particularly far-reaching crime. The consequences for already impoverished populations can be devastating, as state coffers are siphoned, basic standards are eroded and trust in democracy plummets.

Politicians and state officials are among the riskiest customers for banks because of their access to public funds, particularly in developing nations with fewer legal safeguards against corruption. Banks and other financial institutions are required to subject politically exposed persons, or PEPs, to the most stringent checks, known as “enhanced due diligence”.

The leaked Credit Suisse data is peppered with politicians and their allies who have been linked to corruption before, during or after they had their accounts. None are as well known as the Marcoses or the Abachas, but several wielded great power in countries from Syria to Madagascar, where they amassed personal fortunes.

continuedThe brothers’ relationship with the bank spanned decades, with the earliest joint account opened by the brothers in 1993. By 2010 – the year before the popular revolt that ousted their father – an account belonging to Alaa held 232m CHF (£138m).


Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:19 a.m. No.18517068   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7069 >>7077 >>7174 >>7257 >>7323 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


After the Arab spring uprisings their fortunes changed, and in 2015 the brothers and their father were sentenced to three years in jail by an Egyptian court for embezzlement and corruption. They say the case was politically motivated, but after an unsuccessful appeal Alaa and Gamal paid an estimated $17.6m to the Egyptian government in a settlement agreement that made no admissions of guilt.

Lawyers for the brothers reject any suggestion they were corrupt, saying their rights were violated during the Egyptian case, and 10 years of wide-ranging and intrusive investigations into their global assets by foreign authorities has not uncovered any legal violations. They added that their Swiss accounts had been frozen for over a decade, pending the resolution of investigations by the Swiss authorities.

Other Credit Suisse clients linked to Hosni Mubarak were the late tycoon Hussein Salem – who acted as a financial consigliere for the dictator for nearly three decades, amassed a fortune through preferred tender deals and died in exile after facing money-laundering charges – and Hisham Talaat Moustafa, a billionaire politician in Mubarak’s party.

Moustafa, who could not be reached for comment, was convicted in 2009 of hiring a hitman to murder his ex-girlfriend, the Lebanese pop star Suzanne Tamim – but his account was not closed until 2014.

Another Mubarak henchman linked to Credit Suisse’s banking services was his former spy chief Omar Suleiman. His associates are listed in the data as beneficial owners of an account that held 63m CHF (£26m) in 2007. Suleiman was a feared figure in Egypt, where he oversaw widespread torture and human rights abuses.

The data reveals Credit Suisse accounts held by several more intelligence and military figures and their family members, including in Pakistan, Jordan, Yemen and Iraq. One Algerian client was Khaled Nezzar, who served as minister of defence until 1993 and participated in a coup that precipitated a brutal civil war in which the military junta he was part of was accused of disappearances, mass detentions, torture and execution of detainees.

Nezzar’s alleged role in human rights abuses had been widely documented by 2004, when his account was opened. It contained a maximum balance of 2m CHF (£900,000) and remained open until 2013, two years after he was arrested in Switzerland for suspected war crimes. He denies wrongdoing and the investigation is ongoing.

If ordinary Algerians, Egyptians and Ukrainians have reason to complain that Credit Suisse may have aided nefarious leaders, their grievances pale in comparison with Venezuelans.

Reporters working on the Suisse secrets project identified Credit Suisse accounts linked to almost two dozen business people, officials and politicians implicated in corrupt schemes in Venezuela, most of which revolved around the state oil company, Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA).

“Corruption has always been around in PDVSA, in varying degrees and levels,” said César Mata-Garcia, an academic at the University of Dundee specialising in international petroleum law. “The words ‘Venezuela’, ‘PDVSA’ and ‘oil’ are an alarm bell for banks.”

If so, that does not appear to have stopped Credit Suisse acquiring clients later revealed to be involved in numerous US investigations and prosecutions linked to PDVSA and the looting of the Venezuelan economy.

One case involves two US-based businessmen with Venezuelan connections, Roberto Rincón Fernández and Abraham Shiera Bastidas, who in 2009 set about bribing officials in exchange for lucrative PDVSA contracts with the help of an associate, Fernando Ardila Rueda. Among those who allegedly received bungs were the energy vice-minister, Nervis Villalobos Cárdenas, and a senior PDVSA official, Luis De Léon Perez.

In 2015, US prosecutors began indicting the participants; court papers make repeated reference to payments into accounts in an unnamed Swiss bank. However, the leaked data reveals all five men had Credit Suisse accounts active at the time of the offences. Of the five, four have pleaded guilty. The exception, Villalobos, is resisting extradition to the US from Spain.

Some of the Venezuela-linked Credit Suisse accounts contained enormous sums; Villalobos had as much as 9.5m CHF (£6.3m) in his account and De Léon had as much as 22m (£15.5m). Rincón, the businessman paying their bribes, had more than 68m CHF (£44.2m) in his account as of November 2015, the month prior to his arrest.


Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:20 a.m. No.18517069   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7072 >>7077 >>7174 >>7257 >>7323 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681



‘How many rogue bankers before you become a rogue bank?’

When Credit Suisse’s ornate headquarters were constructed in the 1870s in Zurich, they were designed to symbolise “Switzerland as a financial centre”. More than 150 years later, Credit Suisse occupies the same grand premises and Switzerland remains a global offshore centre, much as it has done for the last 300 years.

It is only in recent decades that Credit Suisse, one of Switzerland’s oldest and most cherished banks, acquired its reputation for calamity. As one commentator observed earlier this week: “The bank boasts that its purpose is to serve its wealthy clients ‘with care and entrepreneurial spirit’, but at this stage most of them would probably be happy if it could just avoid yet another major scandal.”

Horta-Osório lasted less than a year before resigning last month. Shortly after Credit Suisse appointed its new chairman, Axel Lehmann, the bank reported a loss of 1.6bn CHF (£1.3bn) in the fourth quarter, in part because it had put aside more than 400m CHF (£320m) to deal with unspecified “legacy litigation matters”.

And there is no shortage of those. The scandals involving Greensill, Archegos and Mozambique bonds have dogged the bank over the past year.

Over the past three decades, Credit Suisse has faced at least a dozen penalties and sanctions for offences involving tax evasion, money laundering, the deliberate violation of US sanctions and frauds carried out against its own customers that span multiple decades and jurisdictions. In total, it has racked up more than $4.2bn in fines or settlements.

That includes the $2.6bn the Swiss bank agreed to pay US authorities after pleading guilty to conspiring to aid tax evasion in 2014; the $536m it was fined by the US five years before for deliberately circumventing US sanctions against countries including Iran and Sudan in 2009, and other payouts to Germany and Italy over tax evasion allegations.

Against this backdrop, the Suisse secrets revelations may fuel questions over whether Credit Suisse’s challenges are indicative of a deep malaise at the bank.

Jeff Neiman, a Florida-based attorney who represents a number of Credit Suisse whistleblowers, believes the sheer number of scandals involving the bank indicates a deeper problem.

“The bank likes to say it’s just rogue bankers. But how many rogue bankers do you need to have before you start having a rogue bank?” he said. Neiman alleges there has been a culture at the bank “which encourages its bankers probably from the top down to hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil, bury their heads in the sand on a good day, and on many days, actively assist folks to skirt whatever the law may be in order to best protect assets under management”.”


Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:22 a.m. No.18517072   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7077 >>7174 >>7257 >>7323 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681



Such allegations are strongly rejected by Credit Suisse. “In line with financial reforms across the sector and in Switzerland, Credit Suisse has taken a series of significant additional measures over the last decade, including considerable further investments in combating financial crime,” the bank said in its statement, adding that it upheld “the highest standards of conduct”.

Its lawyers said it had fully cooperated with many of the investigations cited by the Guardian and that any past individual failings by the bank did not reflect its current business policies, practices or culture. In November, it announced it would put “risk management at the very core of the bank”.

The bank said its “preliminary review” of the accounts flagged by the Suisse secrets reporting project had established that more than 90% of those reviewed were now closed or “were in the process of closure prior to receipt of the press inquiries”. Of the remaining accounts, which remain active, the bank said it was “comfortable that appropriate due diligence, reviews and other control-related steps were taken, including pending account closures”.

The Credit Suisse statement added: “These media allegations appear to be a concerted effort to discredit the bank and the Swiss financial marketplace, which has undergone significant changes over the last several years.”

The debate over whether Switzerland’s banking industry has undergone sufficient reforms is likely to be renewed in light of the leak. The whistleblower who shared the data suggested that banks alone should not be blamed for the state of affairs, as they are “simply being good capitalists by maximising profits within the legal framework they operate in”.

“Simply put, Swiss legislators are responsible for enabling financial crimes and – by virtue of their direct democracy – the Swiss people have the power to do something about it. While I am aware that banking secrecy laws are partly responsible for the Swiss economic success story, it is my strong opinion that such a wealthy country should be able to afford a conscience.”

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Anonymous ID: e40d94 March 16, 2023, 2:31 a.m. No.18517083   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7087


I live in FL and I am thankful for DeSantis but Trump is not wrong regarding insurance. Last year I had three houses and all of them had insurance. Each one approximately $2600.00. Then one came up for renewal 5 weeks before Hurricane Ian, the price was $7500.00. Peoples Trust (kek) suddenly did away with all of the discounts, by the time I had jumped through their hoops to get the discounts back, the renewal expired and they would not take my money…Just last week they did the same thing with my second house.

My houses are paid off so there is no mortgage company to foreclose on me for not having insurance but what about the rest of the state? They are proper fucked…

Anonymous ID: 3d3d9a March 16, 2023, 2:32 a.m. No.18517088   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Ja Morant suspended eight games for flashing gun in strip club on Instagram Live.


Anon knows nothing of sportball, but despite his current mea culpas to NBA commissioner and saying he is in therapy, do not understand why he didn't just say.

It is America, I am allowed to have this gun. Not illegal to have a gun in that club, especially since he was not drinking the night in question. He broke no rule.

Would hope that 23 year old would stand up to the overseers, but stands to lose a lot of money in the Chinese-compromised NBA.

Anonymous ID: e96dd8 March 16, 2023, 2:40 a.m. No.18517100   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7676


962(=17) on the tail twice = 1924

Qalerts 1924 = 8 posts; mirror 4291 = 9 posts -17

Q1924: Promises

Q4291: DJT

Promises Made, Promises Kept

Anonymous ID: 7c19ff March 16, 2023, 2:42 a.m. No.18517102   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7116 >>7134

Morning anons…



This is notable…


This also brings to mind the Pope calling the Vatican notes about a year or so ago? Any other anons recall that event?


BTW…this movie is gettingGOOD!!

Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:42 a.m. No.18517103   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7110


nope anon dropped a teaser

spent all night digging through archives the full article.

when anon come online,last bread was deleted or pruned,

anon opened bread and b.v locked it.

b.v fixed the issue and the last bread started rolling again.

too much fuckery in the kitchen last night with doge, tranime and the collection of shills iwith admin getting involved over some faggots personal feelings about shit posting whilst bakering and anime memes with constant comments and division.

bu baker is a solid baker.

back on track now.


Anonymous ID: 47cdcc March 16, 2023, 2:43 a.m. No.18517105   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7107



You Smell That?


Smells Like Millions of Dead People Worldwide…


Smells Like Crimes Against Humanity…


Smells Like…





ID: 1eac81 March 16, 2023, 2:44 a.m. No.18517108   🗄️.is 🔗kun

oh look…I can create a world everyone pays to have while paying to live in reality



And the dumb shits fall for it every time…rabbit hole rabbit hole gopher hole…

Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 2:49 a.m. No.18517115   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7141


you wished anon was gerbil.

they call anon shades, corp but definitely anon.

the only this anon has a alligience to is the truth and Faith in God.

will ride the storm if fire if anon has too.

ther whole temples need to be burned to the ground.

Anonymous ID: 7c19ff March 16, 2023, 2:50 a.m. No.18517116   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7122 >>7130 >>7138 >>7174 >>7193 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


it isALLcoming down anons…


CREDIT SUISSE is the Vatican Bank


London Building investment??? WTF is that? By the Vatican?


bahahahahhahaahhahahaahah…best movie ever…


"Rome Newsroom, Aug 23, 2022 / 05:51 am (CNA).


Pope Francis has ordered that theHoly See and connected entities move all financial assets to the Institute for Works of Religion (IOR), commonly known as the Vatican bank.


The pope’s rescript, issued Aug. 23, clarifies the interpretation of a paragraph in the new constitution of the Roman Curia, Praedicate Evangelium, promulgated in March.


According to Francis’ rescript,financial and liquid assets held in banks other than the IOR must be moved to the Vatican bank within 30 days of Sept. 1, 2022.


The IOR, based in Vatican City State, has 110 employees and 14,519 clients. As of 2021, it looked after 5.2 billion euros ($5.6 billion) of client assets.


Though commonly called a “bank,” the IOR is technically a financial institute, with no branches, working within Vatican City State to provide services to clients, which include the Holy See and connected entities, religious orders, clergy, Catholic institutions, and Holy See employees.


The IOR saw its number of clients decline by 472, from 14,991 clients at the end of 2020 to 14,519 in 2021. Nearly half of its clients in 2019 were religious orders.


According to its annual report, the financial institution’s $19 million net profit in 2021 was also down from $44 million in 2020 and $46 million in 2019.


In his Aug. 23 rescript, Pope Francis said article 219, paragraph 3 of Praedicate Evangelium “must be interpreted to mean that the activity of asset manager and custodian of the movable patrimony of the Holy See and of the Institutions connected with the Holy See is the exclusive responsibility of the Institute for Works of Religion.”


The decree will force Holy See institutions, including the Secretariat of State, to move their financial assets to the IOR by the end of September. The Secretariat of State is known to have had accounts in Swiss financial institutions, includingCredit Suisse, through which thecontroversial London building investmentwas initially carried out."

Anonymous ID: b3b462 March 16, 2023, 2:51 a.m. No.18517117   🗄️.is 🔗kun


And just how much of the deposits can the banks take? Probably whatever they want.

Amount of the money they can take of the deposits I used to pay off my mortgage? 0.

People would be wise to get out of debt as much as possible, and not to have a lot in the banks to lose.

Anonymous ID: 307ecf March 16, 2023, 2:53 a.m. No.18517121   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7174 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681

Joe Biden Brags About Lessening Massive Inflation He Creates


March 15, 2023 | Sundance |

This is so far beyond hubris, the gaslight from where hubris emanates would take a year to reach it.


Joe Biden spikes the football on the Twitter claiming to have lessened inflation he created. [LINK]


I try not to hold negative sentiments, but I cannot help but loathe this man.

Anonymous ID: e96dd8 March 16, 2023, 2:55 a.m. No.18517124   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7156 >>7676 >>7698


(1[23]8) timestamp -23, 18

42 peaking out on the tail -DT

>[f]irst [f]light .. this week

Date: F-22 -6 22 -> June 22; Typos: [t]he 325th TRSS and the 43[r]d -> TR = 2018 -> June 22 2018

Delta Q1587 -[Forth]coming

>…this year

Anonymous ID: 307ecf March 16, 2023, 2:56 a.m. No.18517125   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7174 >>7198 >>7215 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7607 >>7655 >>7681

Tucker Carlson Contrasts DC’s Effort to Expand NATO War Against Russia with Position of American Voters


March 16, 2023 | Sundance |


For his opening monologue Wednesday night Fox News host Tucker Carlson revisited the status of the conflict between Ukraine and Russia and the disconnect between Washington DC and American voters. WATCH:

Anonymous ID: b3b462 March 16, 2023, 2:57 a.m. No.18517127   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7128 >>7137

Trump and the mil needed to end the needless war in Afghanistan. Both for the senselessness of it, and because they needed the personnel here. So they let bidan complete the withdrawal, and make bidan look like a fuck-up in the process.

Now they're doing the banks.

Anonymous ID: 7c19ff March 16, 2023, 2:58 a.m. No.18517130   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7138 >>7174 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


London Building Investment…


VATICAN CITY, July 1 (Reuters) - The Vatican said on Friday it had completed the sale of the luxury London building at the centre of an ongoing corruption trial, taking an estimated hit of about 140 million euros.


The building was sold for 186 million pounds ($223.6 million) toBain Capital, a Boston-based private investment firm, a Vatican statement said.


Friday's statement did not give a definitive figure for the loss but a person familiar with the various transactions over the years said it amounted to slightly more than 140 million euros.


Losses were covered by Vatican reserve funds, the statement said, stressing that donations from the faithful in a papal fund known as Peter's Pence had not been used.


The sale of the building on Sloane Avenue in Chelsea marks a turning point in a sordid chapter in the Vatican's investment strategies.


A trial of 10 people, including a cardinal, reaches its first anniversary later this month and looks set to drag on for at least another year. All the defendants have denied wrongdoing.


The real estate venture at its centre began in 2014, when theVatican's Secretariat of State invested 350 million euros ($390 million) with Italian broker Raffaele Mincione.


In 2018, the Vatican felt it was being fleeced by Mincione, according to the indictment document, and turned to another Italian broker, Gianluigi Torzi, to get out of the first deal.


But Vatican prosecutors accuse Torzi of duping the Vatican and trying to take control of the building by assigning himself the voting shares. The Vatican then gave Torzi 15 million euros to get out of the deal with him.


As a result of the botched and embarrassing deal, Pope Francis stripped the Secretariat of State of control over its own investment funds.


He also instituted a committee to oversee the ethics of its investments.


The committee, which came into effect with the Vatican's new constitution earlier this month, is headed by an Irish-American cardinal but includes four outside lay financial experts from Britain, Germany, Norway and the United States. read more


Earlier this month, in an apparent effort to boost the confidence of the faithful in how their charitable contributions to the pope are used, issued the first detailed disclosure of Peter's Pence.

Anonymous ID: 3d3d9a March 16, 2023, 2:59 a.m. No.18517134   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7153 >>7174 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


Close, it was to all be deposited by 01 OCT.


That Bank, IOR (Institute for Works of Religion), is physically IN Vatican City.


The decree will force Holy See institutions, including the Secretariat of State, to move their financial assets to the IOR by the end of September. The Secretariat of State is known to have had accounts in Swiss financial institutions, including Credit Suisse, through which the controversial London building investment was initially carried out.


They pulled out of Credit Suisse.

Anonymous ID: 7c19ff March 16, 2023, 3 a.m. No.18517138   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7174 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681



Peters Pence…


An article published yesterday by the Wall Street Journal, by Francis X. Rocca, had a provocative, even shocking headline: “Vatican Uses Donations for the Poor to Plug Its Budget Deficit.” Focusing on Peter’s Pence, a worldwide collection for the pope’s charitable needs, the article stated that only 10 percent of the yearly collection, which the article estimated at $55 million (though in past years it was higher), goes to charitable works and that two-thirds of the money is used to cover the Vatican’s growing deficit.

Anonymous ID: 28b13f March 16, 2023, 3:01 a.m. No.18517141   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7163


Why would anon wish?

You have the MO of Gerb.


Why do you feel the need to PROVE yourself currently?

Anon simply thinks you are Gerbil.

Gerb wasn't bad.

One of the FEW actually

Anonymous ID: 7c19ff March 16, 2023, 3:04 a.m. No.18517153   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7167 >>7240


It is looking like a Jenga tower…the Pope went first and he was OK, then a couple of other banks and shitbags. When it was SVN's turn they toppled the tower….


Consider…do weNEEDbanks? We kinda do, but not BIG BANKS, and not "regional banks"…just a local bank, kinda like the Wild West. The central banks are falling and this is a BIG FRICKIN DOMINO…


Maybe we need an anon bonfire :-)

Anonymous ID: 7c19ff March 16, 2023, 3:07 a.m. No.18517162   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7172


>Not bad in light of the current market crash ackchuly.


Geeezzz…lurk moar JDIF…what a lame attempt…


BOKF is looking almost exactly like SVB did…THEY HAVE LOST 20% of THEIR VALUE IN A MONTH…


Nothing to see here…move along…


I wonder what other regional banks are doing? Over the last month or so?

Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 3:07 a.m. No.18517163   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7165 >>7170


cos anon is not here to make up the numbers.

only the truth matters

but not if it is restricted

it must be set free.

Anon has been on the banksters trail from the beginning. until the b.i.s and federal reserve are bought down by public awareness, nothing changes.


Chess on a global scale

Anonymous ID: b3b462 March 16, 2023, 3:09 a.m. No.18517167   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7194


Why bank of America, wells Fargo, etc still exist is beyond me. Anyone with an iq over 50 should have gotten their shit outta mega banks after the collapse of 08/09. You know. When they had to throw a 750billion dollar TARP over it instead of looking into it and fixing it?

Smaller banks, credit unions, cash, gold - and have multiple accounts so at least if 1 bank gets torched you only lose a portion, not everything. Diversification, people.

Anonymous ID: 7c19ff March 16, 2023, 3:11 a.m. No.18517172   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7181 >>7257 >>7294 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681




The tower if falling…


Monday morning, trading in the shares of a number of banks was halted as panic spread following the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.


The Nasdaq Trader website published a list of bank shares that were placed under a temporary regulatory halt. Newsweek has listed them below.


Each bank share had been hit with a volatility trading pause, a kind of circuit-breaker that automatically halts trading for a short time when a share's price swings too rapidly. At the time of writing, some of these shares had plunged by more than 60 percent.


Western Alliance Bancorporation Common Stock (was halted and resumed several times, was down nearly 47% at close of the day)

PacWest Bancorp (was halted and resumed several times, was down 21% at the close of the day)

First Republic Bank Common Stock (was halted and resumed several times, was down nearly 62% at the close of the day)

Zions Bancorporation N.A. (was halted and resumed several times, was down nearly 26% at the close of the day)

OceanFirst Fnl Dp Sh Pfd A - Preferred Stock (trading resumed by 11:50 a.m. ET, was down nearly 14% at the close of the day)

Customers Bancorp, Inc. Common Stock (was halted and resumed several times, was down nearly 24% at the close of the day)

East West Bancorp, Inc. (was halted and resumed several times, was down more than 17% at the close of the day)

Metropolitan Bank Holding Corp. Common Stock (was halted and resumed several times, was down nearly 44% at the close of the day)

First Horizon Corporation Common Stock (was halted and resumed several times, was down more than 20% at the close of the day)

Regions Financial Corporation Common Stock (was halted and resumed several times, was down roughly 7% at the close of the day)

Comerica Incorporated Common Stock (was halted and resumed several times, was down more than 27% at the close of the day)

Bank of Hawaii Corporation Common Stock (was halted and resumed several times, was down more than 18% at the close of the day)

KeyCorp Common Stock (trading resumed at 10:31 a.m. ET, was halted again at 10:33; trading resumed by 10:38 a.m., was down more than 27% at the close of the day)

Customers Bancorp, Inc. 5.375% Subordinated Notes Due 2034 (was halted and resumed several times, was down 18% at the close of the day)

Macatawa Bank Corporation (trading resumed at 9:54 a.m. ET. It was briefly halted again at 9:55 before resuming at 10 a.m., was down 4.5% at the close of the day)

Texas Capital Bnc Dpsh 5.75 Ps - Preferred Stock (trading resumed by 9:57 a.m. ET. It halted again at 9:59 before resuming at 10:09 a.m., down more than 6% at the end of the day)

United Community Bk Dep (trading resumed by 10:03 a.m. ET, was down more than 6% at the end of the day)

The Charles Schwab Corporation Common Stock (was halted and resumed several times, was down more than 11% at the close of the day)

Coastal Financial Corp Cm St (trading resumed by 9:41 a.m. ET, was down nearly 16% at the close of the day)

Huntington Banc Dep Shs J (trading resumed by 9:50 a.m. ET, was down nearly 17% at the close of the day)

Magyar Bancorp Inc. (trading resumed by 9:35 a.m. ET, was down more than 6% at the close of the day)

Macatawa Bank Corporation (trading resumed by 9:54 a.m. ET, halted at 9:55 a.m. before resuming by 10 a.m., was down more than 4% at the close of the day)

Anonymous ID: a1b8bd March 16, 2023, 3:11 a.m. No.18517174   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7177

notables ~125

call em out

#22709 >>18516999

>>18517001, >>18517097 DJT: I did NOTHING wrong in the “Horseface” case - Never had an affair with her, just another false acquisition by a SleazeBag. Witch Hunt!

>>18517048 Historic Fauci compilation

>>18517116, >>18517130, >>18517138, >>18517134 Credit Suisse is the Vatican Bank

>>18517021, >>18517028, >>18517033, >>18517037, >>18517047, >>18517055, >>18517057, >>18517065, >>18517068, >>18517069, >>18517072 Credit Suisse leak unmasks criminals

>>18517121 Joe Biden brags about lessening the massive inflation that he creates

>>18517106, >>18517161 Stonks

>>18517125 Tucker Carlson contrasts DC's effort to expand NATO war against Russia with position of American voters

>>18517129 Train carrying hazardous materials derails in Topock, Arizona


Anonymous ID: 28b13f March 16, 2023, 3:13 a.m. No.18517178   🗄️.is 🔗kun


The Truth! Anon says!


The truth is mind blowing and cannot fully be exposed. #5

The truth is mind blowing and cannot fully be exposed. These people are evil. #6

The truth would sound so outrageous most Americans would riot, revolt, reject, etc. #29

The truth is mind blowing and cannot fully be exposed. These people are evil. #91

The complete picture would put 99% of Americans (the World) in a hospital. #111

The truth would put 99% of people in the hospital. It must be controlled. #142

20% public. 80% private. The world would otherwise collapse. #189

80% dark ops necessary. 20% public for justice. #190

The world cannot handle the truth. This pill cannot be swallowed by most. #199

The world cannot swallow the truth. #213

We were inspired by anons here to make our efforts more public. Find the exchange 2 days ago. Feel proud! #299

We listened. Find the exchange. No coincidences. #405

Correct exchange. Anon(s) changed our mind re: Private / Public. We are listening. Highest priorty. Have faith. #409

Could you sleep if you knew the truth about EVERYTHING? #487

TRUTH belongs with the PEOPLE. #512

PUBLIC. We LISTENED [20/80 />/ 40/60]. #527

SHOW the WORLD the TRUTH. #532

Set the TRUTH FREE. #630


Can we simply arrest the opposition w/o first exposing the TRUTH? #666

You are missing the connections. Continue to build the MAP. MAP provides the KEY. KEY spreads the TRUTH. TRUTH shines LIGHT. #764

We can guide but you must organically uncover the TRUTH #777

What you see is 2%. #832

We are here to UNITE and provide TRUTH. #854

Truth will shock the WORLD. #928

Truth is Freedom. Truth is logic. #1043

Be loud. Be heard. Fight for TRUTH. #1496

"Free thought" is a philosophical viewpoint which holds that positions regarding truth should be formed on the basis of logic, reason, and empiricism, rather than authority, tradition, revelation, or dogma. #3721


Some things are better left untold [cov]. Public truths of some events force wars. WWIII prevent. #4021


[Pope] will be having a terrible May. Those who backed him will be pushed into the LIGHT Dark to LIGHT. TRUTH. #997

It’s time to learn the TRUTH. PATRIOTS HAVE NO SKIN COLOR. #1252

Dark to LIGHT. Attacks will only get worse. Truth is Freedom. Truth is logic. Stay the course. #1343

How do you remove evil in power unless you reveal the ultimate truth? #1644


It takes courage to speak the TRUTH these days. #2783


"Free thought" is a philosophical viewpoint which holds that positions regarding truth should be formed on the basis of logic, reason, and empiricism, rather than authority, tradition, revelation, or dogma.

When you are awake, you are able to clearly see.

The choice is yours, and yours alone.

Trust and put faith in yourself.

You are not alone and you are not in the minority.

Difficult truths will soon see the light of day.



Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 3:13 a.m. No.18517179   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7189


nothing will wake the masses up than their prized assets and money being taken.

you want to see panic.

it is wide open for people to see,

when they feel it

their whole system runs on corrupt banking.

the elites use us for energy so the masses fight over the scraps given to them in the form of fiat and conveniences.

maybe you need to lurk moar

you are amongst adults.

Anonymous ID: d29fad March 16, 2023, 3:13 a.m. No.18517180   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Break out the crayons for me.

Wtf does grammar have to do with prep?

There was a post from Q that talked about preparation. Once "started" it would take "6 Months to Complete". "10 days of darkness", "supply chains", etc.

Anonymous ID: 120832 March 16, 2023, 3:14 a.m. No.18517184   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Would anyone notice if Satanists took over Q Research?

"Nothing is random."

"Everything posted here has meaning."


"No coincidences."

"Double meanings exist."

"Infiltration not invasion."

"Some anons are not anon."

"Symbolism will be their downfall."

Anonymous ID: c9c795 March 16, 2023, 3:14 a.m. No.18517186   🗄️.is 🔗kun



Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: 089200 No.4280699📁

Dec 12 2018 18:54:13 (EST)

Anonymous ID: 5c3172 No.4280617📁

Dec 12 2018 18:52:39 (EST)

Q - Should we be prepping for some kind of shutdown?



Reports of 'power grid' attacks (6 mo prep) should be disregarded.

While attacks do occur, we are safeguarded by a 'Black Eye'.


ID: 1eac81 March 16, 2023, 3:15 a.m. No.18517189   🗄️.is 🔗kun


kek….I jumped into this a meme lord


non programmed and capable of seeing that which is not there….lurked by your moms house long enough for you to be my kid…..


quiet when real adults are speaking

ID: 1eac81 March 16, 2023, 3:16 a.m. No.18517191   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7272


shush fucker…news is fake…so is the fucking money


when you "follow the money" you better fucking expect pitfalls…..


when 'pitfalls' happen in the 'news' it is FAKE….



Anonymous ID: 3d3d9a March 16, 2023, 3:18 a.m. No.18517193   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7200 >>7205 >>7207 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681



Is theGodfather IIIthing Q told us about.

In that movie, the Vatican bank (initially funded by Rothschilds in 1800s), was up to dirty dealings.


(Spoiler alert, the recent re-do is a good movie)

Michael (Corleone) knows that the head of the Vatican Bank, Archbishop Gilday, has accumulated a massive deficit and offers $600M in exchange for shares in Internazionale Immobiliare,[3] an international real estate company, which would make him its largest single shareholder. He makes a tender offer to buy the Vatican's 25% share in the company, which will give him controlling interest. Immobiliare's board approves the offer, pending ratification by the Pope.


The scandal over the London property has convulsed the Vatican for three years and prompted Pope Francis to strip the secretariat of state of its 600-million-euro asset portfolio, which had essentially operated as a sovereign wealth fund not answerable to rigorous internal or external controls.


In a statement July 1, the Vatican said the losses incurred in the deal had been absorbed by the secretariat of state's reserve funds. It stressed that the losses didn't hit the so-called "Peter's Pence" fund that collects annual donations from the faithful for the pope's works of charity and to help run the Holy See bureaucracy.


Anons had questioned the initial purchase of the warehouse when it was completed in '18.

Did it go all the way up to Francis?

Anonymous ID: 7c19ff March 16, 2023, 3:19 a.m. No.18517194   🗄️.is 🔗kun


agree on small local banks…


the op has been run with minimal loss of life and a real preservation of human rights (where possible). The movie requires "tragedy" and so we have it, but not at the cost that was "planned".


My dad was a local banker. I know ALOT of local bankers. While some may be closet satanists…most are just good people who do really good things in their local communities.


When it gets above the local bank is when gets shitty…

Anonymous ID: 0312b3 March 16, 2023, 3:19 a.m. No.18517195   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7199


Fauci is sure going to be passed around in prison, that old white piece of ass

His geriatric asshole will be permanently lubed and puckered, ready for the next prison buck to ream him good and proper

Anonymous ID: 28b13f March 16, 2023, 3:20 a.m. No.18517196   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Singlaub, decorated Army general and CIA founding member, dies at 100

Herald Reports Feb 4, 2022 Updated Dec 28, 2022


As of 2014, he lived in Franklin, Tennessee. He was a member of the advisory council of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation.[15] Singlaub was the honorary vice president of London's Special Forces Club. He was the chairman of The Jedburgh Group and president of the non-profit organization America's Future, Inc.[16] In January 2020 Singlaub used the "America's Future" of Phyllis Schlafly to plead with Attorney General William Barr to "free Mike Flynn, drop the charges".[17]


He turned 100 in July 2021, and died on January 29, 2022.[18][19]

Coalition to Salute America's Heroes


The Coalition to Salute America's Heroes, which was founded by Roger Chapin, named Singlaub to its board of directors in 2008.[20] Singlaub was paid $180,000 by the charity from 2009 to 2011.[21] The New York Times critiqued the organization as a money-maker for its founders rather than for veterans, described it as an "intolerable fraud" and "among a dozen military-related charities given a grade of F in a study last December by the American Institute of Philanthropy, a nonprofit watchdog group. These and other charities have collected hundreds of millions of dollars from kind-hearted Americans and squandered an unconscionable amount of it on overhead and expenses — 70 percent or 80 percent, or more."[22] The Attorney General of California sued the charity in August 2012 for "more than $4.3 million regarding allegations of fraudulent fundraising, self-dealing and excessive executive compensation."[23] The lawsuit was settled in September 2013.[24] According to the charity's 2013 federal tax return, Singlaub resigned from its board of directors in January 2013.[25]



Good Morning, General!

Anonymous ID: 307ecf March 16, 2023, 3:20 a.m. No.18517198   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Stewart Stephens “Tucker wants to take lessons from Putins Russia where there are no:”


No women in leadership

And everyone is Christian


Every one of those are thoroughly disputed and are lies:

• There are laws against pushing the gay lifestyle on children, but there are no laws about gays living their lives. (Where’s his criticism of the middle East?)

• No women in charge; there are multiple women in positions of power

• jews and muslims live freely in Russia, Jews have a major voice and other religions


But what is wrong with not having gays foisting their lifestyle on children, or having a mainly christian country, or personally I don’t think most women have the ability to lead major aspects of countries, but mostly not the leader. I can only think of one that was excellent and that was Margaret Thatcher. These people want the same shit allowed in the US, to be exported to Russia and elsewhere that obviously is destroying our society

Anonymous ID: 7c19ff March 16, 2023, 3:21 a.m. No.18517200   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7208 >>7231 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


ha! I was just gonna post about this and you beat me to it!


they areout of moneyand the tower is collapsing….one thread pulls another and as notes get called they allCREEP UP TO THE FED


Anons we are getting a major REVEAL here and we should be doing back flips and throwing a big party…




Conspiracy no moar…

Anonymous ID: 71670f March 16, 2023, 3:22 a.m. No.18517203   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7216 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681

Press Release

March 15, 2023


Federal Reserve announces July launch for the FedNow Service


The Service will Debut with Financial Institutions and the U.S. Treasury on Board


CHICAGO – The Federal Reserve announced that the FedNow Service will start operating in July and provided details on preparations for launch.


The first week of April, the Federal Reserve will begin the formal certification of participants for launch of the service. Early adopters will complete a customer testing and certification program, informed by feedback from the FedNow Pilot Program, to prepare for sending live transactions through the system.



Anonymous ID: eec23e March 16, 2023, 3:24 a.m. No.18517209   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7211 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681

Reminder to everyone to pay their taxes….





JUST IN: US Announces $331 Million In New Aid To Ethiopia

US Announces $331 Million In New Aid To Ethiopia - Breaking911

During his visit to Addis Ababa to improve relations with Ethiopia, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced a new humanitarian assistance package of $331 million to the country. The aid…


6:41 PM · Mar 15, 2023

Anonymous ID: 3d3d9a March 16, 2023, 3:25 a.m. No.18517210   🗄️.is 🔗kun


VERY busy area. Traffic backs up for miles. Right near the transition from I-40 going west to California, and people turning north to Las Vegas.

Basically the only major highway intersection from Northern Arizona.

Anonymous ID: 7c19ff March 16, 2023, 3:26 a.m. No.18517215   🗄️.is 🔗kun


can someone meme a MUZZLE on him and post that? He was so obviously shut down on J6 and we might as well HIGHLIGHT that…


Sorry..over posting as excited about the BANKING COLLAPSE :-)


We have had lots of "signs" that we are on the right track…however not many dominos. Epstein was a BIG domino. THIS is a big domino…

Anonymous ID: 71670f March 16, 2023, 3:26 a.m. No.18517216   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


Perhaps for ACH payments and not CBDC's




Possible connection to EO13885 "Establishing the National Quantum Initiative Advisory Committee" date August 30, 2019:


Under Biden there was another EO building on EO13885 which is EO14073: "Enhancing the National Quantum Initiative Advisory Committee" date May 04, 2022:

Anonymous ID: d469ba March 16, 2023, 3:28 a.m. No.18517219   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Muhammad al-Nasir crossed the Strait of Gibraltar with a powerful army, invaded Christian territory, and captured Salvatierra Castle, the stronghold of the knights of the Order of Calatrava. The threat to the Hispanic Christian kingdoms was so great that Pope Innocent III called Christian knights to a crusade.

The Christian forces of King Alfonso VIII of Castile were joined by the armies of his rivals, Sancho VII of Navarre and Peter II of Aragon, in battle against the Almohad Muslim rulers of the southern half of the Iberian Peninsula.

They attacked, fighting against one another, hand-to-hand, with lances, swords, and battle-axes; there was no room for archers. The Christians pressed on.

The crushing defeat of the Almohads significantly hastened their decline both in the Iberian Peninsula and in the Maghreb a decade later. That gave further impulse to the Christian Reconquest and sharply reduced the already declining power of the Moors in Iberia.

Anonymous ID: e02067 March 16, 2023, 3:28 a.m. No.18517221   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7232 >>7235 >>7257 >>7384 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


Long-awaited Fed digital payment system to launch in July


The Federal Reserve’s digital payments system, which it promises will help speed up the way money moves around the world, will debut in July.


FedNow, as it will be known, will create “a leading-edge payments system that is resilient, adaptive, and accessible,” said Richmond Fed President Tom Barkin, who is the program’s executive sponsor.


The system will allow bill payments, money transfers such as paychecks and disbursements from the government, as well as a host of other consumer activities to move more rapidly and at lower cost, according to the program’s goals.


Participants will complete a training and certification process in early April, according to a Fed announcement.


“With the launch drawing near, we urge financial institutions and their industry partners to move full steam ahead with preparations to join the FedNow Service,” said Ken Montgomery, the program executive and first vice president at the Boston Fed, which helped spearhead the project under former Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren.


Institutions that participate in the program will have seven-day, 24-hour access, as opposed to a system currently in place that closes on weekends.


Program advocates say it will get money out to people much more quickly. For instance, they said, government payments like those issued in the early days of the Covid pandemic would have been credited to accounts immediately rather than the days it took to reach most people.


Some Fed officials say the program even could supplant the need for a central bank digital currency.

Anonymous ID: d7c0b1 March 16, 2023, 3:28 a.m. No.18517222   🗄️.is 🔗kun





This month, I encourage all Americans to take the opportunity to ensure they have an emergency response plan in place and ready to be properly executed.

Emergencies and disasters test the resilience and strength of families, communities, and our Nation.

It is impossible to avoid every challenge and threat, bu twe can and must PREPARE for them.

By doing so, we can help protect our communities and save lives.


NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America,

by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States,

do hereby proclaim September 2018 asNational PREPAREdnessMonth.


I encourage all Americans, including Federal, State, and local officials, totake action to be PREPAREd

for disaster or emergency by making and practicing their emergency response plans.


Each step we take tobecome better PREPAREdmakes a real difference in how our families and communities

will respond and persevere when faced with the unexpected.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this thirty-first day of August,

in the year of our Lord two thousand eighteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-third.



Anonymous ID: 857789 March 16, 2023, 3:29 a.m. No.18517223   🗄️.is 🔗kun


…Anon is on a whole other tangent. Each (p)lanet on the 'chair' or throne of heaven. Basically, the 'ruling' planet switches up, like the seasons. Totally speculating.

Anonymous ID: e96dd8 March 16, 2023, 3:29 a.m. No.18517225   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7229 >>7274 >>7381 >>7676


[four] pilots

8 hands 4 fingers -32 ->23

4 pilots 8 hands 4 fingers -Qalerts 484 = 98(=17) posts -> Q484:

>Jan 7(=17)


4 pilots 8 hands 32 fingers -Q4832:


4 pilots 32 fingers -Q432:


4 pilots 4 fingers 8 hands -Q448:



1919 in the link -Q1919:

>surveillance photos



>High Priority

Anonymous ID: 7c19ff March 16, 2023, 3:34 a.m. No.18517228   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


First Republic and Pac West are halted…both down about the same as BOKF earlier in the loaf…


If you move your funds would suggest as another anon also observed to GO LOCAL…


Banking will bring down tech and the Vatican…that will bring down education and government…healthcare is already well on its way…


All institutions MUST fall and will…

Anonymous ID: e58a11 March 16, 2023, 3:37 a.m. No.18517231   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7328




I guess since #45 tucked the FED under the US Treasury they cans just send $26 trillion to other countries this time to paper their crisis over. Kind of like an audit. But, not an audit.

Anonymous ID: 218011 March 16, 2023, 3:37 a.m. No.18517232   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7242 >>7438


this is it


once this is fully implemented, .gov can implement the social credit structure and throttle how peeps spend and save their $$.

this IS the great reset coming to a state near you this summer.

f'n commies

Anonymous ID: 3d3d9a March 16, 2023, 3:40 a.m. No.18517240   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7257 >>7305 >>7431 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


Youngest was telling me about usury in Muslim banks. You pony up 20%, they own the other 80, you buy back shares, but there is no charge for the money.,5753,-1030,00.html

When and why did the Christian Church stop viewing usury as a sin?

The taking of interest was forbidden to clerics from AD 314. It was strictly forbidden for laymen in 1179. The beginning of the end as far as the total ban on interest was concerned came in the sixteenth century. Although Luther and Zwingli still condemned it utterly, Calvin and some progressive Catholic thinkers such as Collet and Antoine argued that interest-taking did not constitute usury, as long as it represented the real difference between the value of present and future sums of money, and was not mere extortion. The Catholic Church still forbids usury, meaning extortionate charges, providing penalties in c2354 of the Code of Canon Law, but this does not mean that all interest-taking is sinful. The Vatican itself invests in interest-bearing schemes, and requires Church administrators to do likewise.

Anonymous ID: e96dd8 March 16, 2023, 3:40 a.m. No.18517243   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7590 >>7676

388th Fighter Wing

Timestamp 909 -Q909:


Arms crossed -END

Image size = 4096 x 2731 -mirror Q1372:

>45 timestamp


5:5 in the link

Anonymous ID: eec23e March 16, 2023, 3:43 a.m. No.18517248   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7249 >>7257 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681

Chief Raul Ortiz



Today, I testified before the Committee on Homeland Security & it was alleged that Agents found an explosive device near the border. During a Jan. briefing, leadership was notified that Agents found a duct-taped ball filled with sand that wasn't deemed a threat to agents/public.


3:45 PM · Mar 15, 2023

Anonymous ID: 28b13f March 16, 2023, 3:45 a.m. No.18517254   🗄️.is 🔗kun


There are various programs, some better than others.

Most are Word Search progs.



Dig it…

Yet do not be surprised if the CODE you seek is HIDDEN in Plain Sight.

Anonymous ID: a1b8bd March 16, 2023, 3:46 a.m. No.18517257   🗄️.is 🔗kun

notables ~210

call em out

#22709 >>18516999

>>18517001, >>18517097 DJT: I did NOTHING wrong in the “Horseface” case - never had an affair with her, just another false acquisition by a SleazeBag. Witch Hunt!

>>18517048 Historic Fauci compilation

>>18517021, >>18517028, >>18517033, >>18517037, >>18517047, >>18517055, >>18517057, >>18517065, >>18517068, >>18517069, >>18517072 Credit Suisse leak unmasks criminals

>>18517116, >>18517130, >>18517138, >>18517134 Credit Suisse is the Vatican Bank

>>18517121 Joe Biden brags about lessening the massive inflation that he created

>>18517106, >>18517185 Stonks

>>18517172, >>18517161, >>18517181, >>18517228 Current trading halts

>>18517125 Tucker Carlson contrasts DC's effort to expand NATO war against Russia with position of American voters

>>18517129 Train carrying hazardous materials derails in Topock, Arizona

>>18517193, >>18517200, >>18517205, >>18517207, >>18517217, >>18517226 Godfather III

>>18517209 US Announces $331 Million In New Aid To Ethiopia

>>18517203, >>18517216, >>18517221 Federal Reserve announces July launch for the FedNow Service

>>18517240 When and why did the Christian Church stop viewing usury as a sin?

>>18517248 @USBPChief: Today, I testified that Agents found an explosive device near the border


Anonymous ID: a9d922 March 16, 2023, 3:49 a.m. No.18517267   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>interestingly coincidental.



'''the [H]orns, [M]oon, [S]tars = all sYm_balls of _i_Slamb_i_sM


Mercury, themessenger of the gods, is the ruler of Gemini and Virgo.

Mercury is the messenger in Astrology as it is in Mythology.

It is the planet of day-to-day expression and communication.

Mercury’s action is to take things apart and put them back together again.

It is an opportunistic planet, decidedly unemotional and curious.


Mercury’s glyph, or symbol, resembles that of Venus, with the addition of a semi-circle (hat) at the top. Spirit (circle) over matter (cross), resulting in receptivity (crescent).


197 (17) (8)

Q !ITPb.qbhqo 11/22/2017, 4:47:21 PM ID: YzNom6b4

4chan/pol: 150515203

<Q Clock [ Min: 45 | :25/:55 Mir: 5 | 180 Mir: 15 | :35/:05 Mir: 25 ]

Ancient Egyptians considered gold “the skinof the gods

– specifically the sun god Ra

– and often used it to craft objects of spiritual significance.

Why is this relevant?



<Q Clock "Today" [ Minute: 05 | :25/:55 Mirror: 45 | 180 Mirror: 35 | :35/:05 Mirror: 05 ]

Anonymous ID: 71670f March 16, 2023, 3:54 a.m. No.18517281   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681

P2 Vatican bank


A new(ish) statute for the Vatican bank: Here’s what it means

Mar 7, 2023

Anonymous ID: 5cad66 March 16, 2023, 3:55 a.m. No.18517283   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7291 >>7356 >>7376 >>7497 >>7596


>You can ring my bell, ring my bell

Ding, Dong, DINK~Kink

==Elon <=DISCO FAN + RAVESdruggie==








Anita Ward - "Ring My Bell" 1979

Disko Heaven


12,953,224 views Aug 16, 2011

Written and Produced by Frederick Knight


TK Disco 1979


Anonymous ID: c4cf79 March 16, 2023, 3:56 a.m. No.18517287   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Anonymous ID: 307ecf March 16, 2023, 3:56 a.m. No.18517288   🗄️.is 🔗kun

16 Mar, 2023 10:00


Kiev’s plan for counteroffensive revealed in media report


Western weapons and training aimed at countering Ukraine’s manpower losses, Politico said, citing US officials


Washington expectsKiev to launch a counterattack against Russian troops in May, using the weapons that NATO countries have been sending to Ukraine, Politico reported on Wednesday, citing unnamed US officials. (Why announce this?)


US military aid packages “going back four or five months have been geared toward what Ukraine needs for this counteroffensive,” one source cited by the outlet said on condition of anonymity.


Kiev is preparing the operation even as its manpower and resources are being drained, Politico reports, by its continued clinging to the Donbass city of Artyomovsk, which it calls Bakhmut. The city, which senior US officials assessed has only symbolic significance, became the scene of some of the most intensive fighting between Russia and Ukraine this year.


While both sides reportedly suffered significant casualties fighting for Artyomovsk, Kiev lost some of its most experienced troops, Politico said. US officials have suggested that Ukraine should pull out of the city, which President Vladimir Zelensky declared a fortress. With the advice unheeded, America is nowurging Ukrainian troops to conserve artillery munitions, the report explained.


According to the outlet, Kiev isyet to settleon a strategy for its counteroffensive. One scenario involving a push across the Dnieper River near the city of Kherson is “not realistic,” US officials believe, since Ukraine does not have the manpower for an amphibious operation of that kind. The second one would require advancing from the north in an attempt to cut off Russian troops from Crimea.


The US has been stressing that it was up to Zelensky and the Ukrainian leadership to decide how exactly they would conduct a military operation. But senior American generals hosted Ukrainian officials in Wiesbaden, Germany this month to help them with wargaming the upcoming operation, Politico's report notes. There has also been an effort totrain Ukrainian troops in NATO tacticsto replenish battlefield losses.


Russia believes that the Ukrainian conflict is a US proxy war against it, with Ukrainian soldiers serving as cannon fodder. Moscow said Washington prevented Kiev from signing a peace agreement with Russia in the first months of the conflict, telling Zelensky to continue fighting instead.


(The DOD has dutiful parrot Politico announce problems, plans and diversions about Ukraine, expecting Russia to by the flak & bullshit.)

Anonymous ID: 47cdcc March 16, 2023, 3:57 a.m. No.18517289   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7297 >>7474



Are You Ready for the Country ~ Waylon Jennings


Talkin' to a preacher, said God was on his side

Talkin' to a pusher, they both were sellin' highs

Well, they gotta tell the story, boys

I don't know the reason why

Anonymous ID: b44d8f March 16, 2023, 4:01 a.m. No.18517294   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Bank of Hawaii?

That was one that 0bama's grand momma worked for.


Meanwhile, Dunham Soetoro's mother, Madelyn Dunham, who raised young Obama when he returned to Hawaii in 1971 while his mother stayed in Indonesia, was the first female vice president at the Bank of Hawaii in Honolulu. Various CIA front entities used the bank. Madelyn Dunham handled escrow accounts used to make CIA payments to U.S.-supported Asian dictators like Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos, South Vietnamese President Nguyen van Thieu, and President Suharto in Indonesia. In effect, the bank was engaged in money laundering for the CIA to covertly prop up its favored leaders in the Asia-Pacific region.

Anonymous ID: 28b13f March 16, 2023, 4:02 a.m. No.18517297   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Tell anon if you know where this one came from


"Time is getting closer

I read it on a poster

Fanatical exposers

On corners prophesy"


Anon prefers Willie and Merle


Anonymous ID: e96dd8 March 16, 2023, 4:05 a.m. No.18517304   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7676


17 timestamp

5:5 in the photo

Linked article:

1993…Stephen LaRoc[q]ue -mirror Q3991:


Anonymous ID: 28b13f March 16, 2023, 4:06 a.m. No.18517308   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7311 >>7319 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


In the early modern period, a court Jew, or court factor (German: Hofjude, Hoffaktor; Yiddish: היף איד, romanized: Hoyf Id, קאַורט פאַקטאַר, Kourt Faktor), was a Jewish banker who handled the finances of, or lent money to, European,

mainly German, royalty and nobility. In return for their services, court Jews gained social privileges, including, in some cases, being granted noble status.


Examples of what would be later called court Jews emerged in the High Middle Ages[a] when the royalty, the nobility, and the church borrowed money from money changers or employed them as financiers.

Among the most notable of these were Aaron of Lincoln and Vivelin of Strasbourg.

Jewish financiers could use their family connections to provide their sponsors with finance, food, arms, ammunition, gold, and precious metals.[citation needed]


The rise of the absolute monarchies in Central Europe brought many Jews, mostly of Ashkenazi origin, into the position of negotiating loans for the various courts.

They could amass personal fortunes and gain political and social influence. However, the court Jew had social connections and influence in the Christian world mainly through the Christian nobility and church.

Due to the precarious position of Jews, some nobles could ignore their debts. If the sponsoring noble died, his Jewish financier could face exile or execution.

The most famous example of this occurred in Württemberg when, after the death of his sponsor Charles Alexander in 1737, Joseph Süß Oppenheimer was put on trial and finally executed.[1]

In an effort to avoid such fate, some court bankers in the late 18th century—such as Samuel Bleichröder, Mayer Amschel Rothschild, or Aron Elias Seligmann—successfully detached their businesses from these courts

and established what eventually developed into full-fledged banks.[2]


Prohibited from nearly every other trade, some Jews began to occupy an economic niche as moneylenders in the Middle Ages. Only they were allowed to take interest on loans,

since—while the Church condemned usury universally—canon law was only applied to Christians and not to Jews. Eventually, a sizable sector of the Jewish community were engaged in financial occupations,

and the community was a financially highly successful part of the medieval economy.[3][4] The religious restrictions on moneylending had inadvertently created a source of monopoly rents,

causing profits associated with moneylending to be higher than they otherwise would have been.[5]

By most parameters, the standard of living of the Jewish community in Early Medieval period was at least equal to that of the lower nobility.[6]

However, despite this economic prosperity, the community was not safe: religious hostility increased to the extent that it manifested itself in the form of massacres and expulsions,

Culminating in the repetitive expulsion of all Jews from various parts of Western Europe in the late medieval period.

Anonymous ID: 307ecf March 16, 2023, 4:07 a.m. No.18517310   🗄️.is 🔗kun

16 Mar, 2023 10:24

‘Serious military developments’ are coming in Ukraine conflict – envoy

Kiev is suffering heavy losses, with its prospects looking bleak, a senior Russian diplomat said


Ukraine is being plagued by mounting military problems which do not bode well for its fortunes on the battlefield, Russia’s deputy permanent representative to the UN said on Wednesday.


Speaking to American journalist Kim Iversen, Dmitry Polyanskiy was asked where he thought the Ukraine conflict was heading, with one possible scenario being NATO’s direct involvement.


The diplomat said Moscow would prefer to avoid such an outcome, as a stand-off between the US-led military bloc and Russia “would be dangerous for the whole world.”


However, he claimed that the “Ukrainian troops are now in a very poor situation,”pointing to evidence that they “are really suffering heavy losses”.


“The new conscripts are being used as cannon fodder after two-three days of training,” the senior diplomat claimed. In his view, the “regime” of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky “has become hostage of its own policy and of its promises to Western countries that it is capable of winning militarily over Russia” if it is being supplied with weapons.


The Ukrainians are willing to show they are capable of a counter-offensive anddo not want “any damage to their image,” which is why the situation around the key Donbass city of Artyomovsk, known as Bakhmut in Ukraine, “is really very bad” for the country, Polyanskiy said.


“There are a lot of [Ukrainian] troops that are on the brink of being encircled.Casualties are immense,” the diplomat continued, suggesting that Kiev is throwing in troops “just to support the prestige” of Zelensky and his promises to the West.


“The weather conditions are also not in favor of the Ukrainian army, because they can’t use heavy machines for their tasks. So I think we are on theeve of quite serious military developmentsthere, not in favor of Ukraine,”Polyanskiy concluded.


The fight for Artyomovsk, a major foothold and logistics hub for Kiev’s forces, has been raging for months now, with Moscow’s troops recently capturing several villages around the strategic city. Earlier this month, Wagner Private Military Company chief Evgeny Prigozhin claimed that Russian forces were in full control of the eastern part of Artyomovsk.


Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has described this battle as “one of the hardest.”On Wednesday, he promised to reinforce the city.


Both sides recognize the strategic importance of the city in the Donetsk People’s Republic. Last week, Russian Defense Minister Sergy Shoigu said control over Artyomovsk would allowMoscow’s forces “further offensive actions deep” into Ukrainian defenses, a statement which was largely echoed by Zelensky himself.


Ukraine was told by US military and NATO to give it up and retreat to Zelensky, he said no, he’d rather kill many more Ukrainians to save his failing image that the Oscars and FIFA are no longer interested in.

Anonymous ID: 28b13f March 16, 2023, 4:07 a.m. No.18517311   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7313 >>7314 >>7319 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681



Although the phenomenon of "Court Jewry" did not occur until the early 17th century, examples of what would be later called court Jews can be found earlier in Jewish moneylenders

who accumulated enough capital to finance the royalty and the nobility.

Among them was Josce of Gloucester, the Jewish financier who funded Richard de Clare, 2nd Earl of Pembroke's conquest of Ireland in 1170,[7] and Aaron of Lincoln, presumably the wealthiest individual in 12th-century Britain,

who left an estate of about £100,000.[5][8]

Also notable was Vivelin of Strasbourg, one of the wealthiest persons in Europe in the early 14th century, who lent 340,000 florins to Edward III of England on the eve of the Hundred Years' War, in 1339.[9]

By the 16th century, Jewish financiers became increasingly connected to rulers and courts.

Josef Goldschmidt (d. 1572) of Frankfurt, also known as "Jud Joseph zum Goldenen Schwan", became the most important Jewish businessman of his era, trading not only with the Fuggers and Imhoffs,

but also with the nobility and the Church.[10] In the early 17th century the Habsburgs employed the services of Jacob Bassevi of Prague, Joseph Pincherle of Gorizia, and Moses and Jacob Marburger of Gradisca.


At the dawn of mercantilism, while most Sephardi Jews were primarily active in the west in maritime and colonial trade, the Ashkenazi Jews in the service of the emperor and princes tended toward domestic trade.[11]

They were mostly wealthy businessmen, distinguished above their co-religionists by their commercial instincts and their adaptability. Court Jews frequently came into conflict with court rivals and co-religionists.


The court Jews, as the agents of the rulers, and in times of war as the purveyors and the treasurers of the state, enjoyed special privileges.

They were under the jurisdiction of the court marshal, and were not compelled to wear the Jews' badge.

They were permitted to stay wherever the Emperor held his court, and to live anywhere in the Holy Roman Empire, even in places where no other Jews were allowed.

Wherever they settled they could buy houses, slaughter meat according to the Jewish ritual, and maintain a rabbi. They could sell their goods wholesale and retail, and could not be taxed or assessed higher than the Christians.

Jews were sometimes assigned the role of local tax collectors.

Anonymous ID: 28b13f March 16, 2023, 4:08 a.m. No.18517313   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7315 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


George Soros[a] HonFBA (born György Schwartz, August 12, 1930)[1][2] is a Hungarian-born American[b] businessman and philanthropist.[8][9] As of March 2021, he had a net worth of US$8.6 billion,[10][11] having donated more than $32 billion to the Open Society Foundations,[12]

of which $15 billion have already been distributed, representing 64% of his original fortune. Forbes called him the "most generous giver" (in terms of percentage of net worth).[13]


Born in Budapest to a non-observant Jewish family, Soros survived the Nazi occupation of Hungary and moved to the United Kingdom in 1947. He studied at the London School of Economics and was awarded a BSc in philosophy in 1951, and then a Master of Science degree, also in philosophy, in 1954.[4][14][15]


Soros began his business career by taking various jobs at merchant banks in the United Kingdom and then the United States, before starting his first hedge fund, Double Eagle, in 1969. Profits from his first fund furnished the seed money to start Soros Fund Management, his second hedge fund, in 1970.

Double Eagle was renamed to Quantum Fund and was the principal firm Soros advised. At its founding, Quantum Fund had $12 million in assets under management, and as of 2011 it had $25 billion, the majority of Soros's overall net worth.[16]


Soros is known as "The Man Who Broke the Bank of England" because of his short sale of US$10 billion worth of pounds sterling, which made him a profit of $1 billion during the 1992 Black Wednesday UK currency crisis.[17]

Based on his early studies of philosophy, Soros formulated the General Theory of Reflexivity for capital markets, which he says renders a clear picture of asset bubbles and fundamental/market value of securities, as well as value discrepancies used for shorting and swapping stocks.[18]


Soros is a supporter of progressive and liberal political causes, to which he dispenses donations through his foundation, the Open Society Foundations.[19]

Between 1979 and 2011, he donated more than $11 billion to various philanthropic causes;[20][21] by 2017, his donations "on civil initiatives to reduce poverty and increase transparency, and on scholarships and universities around the world" totaled $12 billion.[22]

He influenced the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe in the late 1980s and early 1990s,[23] and provided one of Europe's largest higher education endowments to the Central European University in his Hungarian hometown.[24]


His extensive funding of political causes has made him a "bugaboo of European nationalists".[25] The New York Times reported in October 2018 that "conspiracy theories about him have gone mainstream, to nearly every corner of the Republican Party".[26]

Numerous American conservatives have promoted false claims that characterize Soros as a singularly dangerous "puppet master" behind many alleged global plots.[26][27][28][29] Conspiracy theories targeting Soros, who is of Jewish descent, have often been described as antisemitic.[30][31][32]

Anonymous ID: 28b13f March 16, 2023, 4:08 a.m. No.18517315   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


Views on antisemitism and Israel

When asked about what he thought about Israel, in The New Yorker, Soros replied: "I don't deny Jews the right to a national existence – but I don't want to be a part of it."[157]

According to hacked emails released in 2016, Soros's Open Society Foundation has a self-described objective of "challenging Israel's racist and anti-democratic policies" in international forums, in part by questioning Israel's reputation as a democracy.[158]

He has funded NGOs which have been actively critical of Israeli policies[159][160][161] including groups that campaign for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel.[159]


Speaking before a 2003 conference of the Jewish Funders Network, Soros said that the administrations of George W. Bush in the U.S. and Ariel Sharon in Israel, and even the unintended consequences of some of his own actions, were partially contributing to a new European antisemitism.

Soros, citing accusations that he was one of the "Jewish financiers" who, in antisemitic terms, "ruled the world by proxy", suggested that if we change the direction of those policies, then anti-Semitism also will diminish.

Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League later said that Soros's comments held a simplistic view, were counterproductive, biased and a bigoted perception of what's out there, and "blamed the victim" when holding Jews responsible for antisemitism.

Jewish philanthropist Michael Steinhardt, who arranged for Soros's appearance at the conference, clarified, "George Soros does not think Jews should be hated any more than they deserve to be."[162] Soros has also said that Jews can overcome antisemitism by "giv[ing] up on the tribalness".[163]

Anonymous ID: 580266 March 16, 2023, 4:09 a.m. No.18517316   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Just so you know…


We now have a FBI and DOJ who’s protecting every single rich, powerful, and famous person who went to Jeffrey Epstein’s rape island.


Our country can’t survive a government who protects pedophiles over victims because they’re rich and powerful.


These agencies are beyond repair. They absolutely sicken me.



8:59 PM · Mar 15, 2023




Anonymous ID: e58a11 March 16, 2023, 4:09 a.m. No.18517318   🗄️.is 🔗kun

When banks are forced through regulations to lend to subprime borrowers based on diversity, equity and inclusion they are still lending to subprime borrowers. They then play hot potato to offload these bad assets to government backed programs for a service release premium. When liquidity dries up you don’t want to be holding the hot potato. The losses from 1 bad loan held while they are holding the loan trying to get the government to insure it and take it off their books can wipe out the annual net profit of a small banks mortgage or business lending department that did the loan. Banks will stop lending. If they try to strengthen underwriting credit and cash flow requirements the government auditors will consider it redlining or discrimination and fuck the banks proper.

Anonymous ID: 580266 March 16, 2023, 4:11 a.m. No.18517321   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681

At Ho’s 2018 trial, DOJ prosecutors hid Biden's connection to Ho, redacting his name from court exhibits while describing Ho as “the person who flies around the world paying bribes to advance the interest of" Chinese energy company.

Anonymous ID: 1feff5 March 16, 2023, 4:12 a.m. No.18517323   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7334 >>7335 >>7341 >>7379 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681

>>18517021, >>18517028, >>18517033, >>18517037, >>18517047, >>18517055, >>18517057, >>18517065, >>18517068, >>18517069, >>18517072 Credit Suisse leak unmasks criminals




Credit Suisse: what is happening at Swiss bank and should we be worried?


Plunge in bank’s share price adds to fears over weaknesses in banking sector following collapse of SVB


Credit Suisse shares fall to record low as top investor rules out more funding


Kalyeena Makortoff Banking correspondent


Wed15 Mar2023 13.02 EDT

Anonymous ID: bddb33 March 16, 2023, 4:19 a.m. No.18517337   🗄️.is 🔗kun

in the recent days you did not stop your attacks, some were fake as often in the past, some I noticed as attack but I did not care (much), and again you claimed that this is the way.

after all I said and explained to you there is no doubt.

so why would you not listen to me and do the shit that is so easy to do?

yes, sometimes it might be hard for you bc indeed I want shit to change for the better but over and over repeat that I wish harm upon you for willingly and knowingly choosing that way of attack, and punishing you is what I ask indeed.)

>hey, please save me, to make sure you apoligize all the shit I did I will now attack or annoy or ridicule you. thanks again, 2 and all that.

like that it is not working. without me and my approval you are not saved.

and why would you fake having a mason conversation with me by fake reacting to shit I did not even say in that situation?


did you know I would go there today bc I had few groceries left and thought about going there yesterday and the day before?

did you use your skills again to attack me?

could those two ladies not just have worn a blue shirt so my (intended, as you knew before) nice behaviour would have been all dominating in red?

you made it in a way (one shirt was company close, but that is what masons do, do a tiny change some years ago so somebodys car breaks down, could easily be used to have me find 50.000 in the milk I buy. one shirt was choosen) that it would have a worse outcome for me.

as you do so often.

like that I will not help you, I will not save or forgive you.

like that I cannot really see me having a nice conversation with any of you masons. (that is also why the number needs to stay limited. also bc of the whole selling your souls situation. do not become a mason, that is what the eyes advises and commands you!)

sometimes I get weak, bc being a human being after all, and pretty much looking for companionship, and indeed think-say or say that I saved you, I guess two days ago that was the case.

but you are aware that much more often than not I indeed reject you. (that is both you personally in the short time you see me while I still am pissed and also in general for a day or so.)

and the funny thing is, those brave knights who claim to be my knights but even fail to not attack me, are oftentimes, pretty much always very happy about my "rejected" thinking, not noticing I am referring to themselves.

if you willingly hand over other in a way you know it gets them rejected you are the worst of the worst and, as I make clear repratedly, while those led to me are rejected for now and I offer another chance, you that make them choose that you you know is bad will get rejected eternally with all there is to it.


it´s been going on for quite a while now. symbolism and my creation all over the place. there is no excuse left. if you attack me you do it for the sole reason of attacking me and you know it.

you personally are responsible and there is noone you could blame other than yourself.

I notice or rather feel your guilt and fear, but that does not change things, infact it´s making it a little less pleasant for me and with that it´s not exactly increasing your chances of me being soft again.

and sure, claim that it´s the venom thing, claim that it has nothing to do with you actually willingly and knowingly attacking me but it´s just me being possessed and not thinking clear.

sure, that is what it is, bc I could not possibly be mad at you while being just and me meeting thousands all at once with no venom thing going on has nothing to say anyway.


without a lottery win and skills being used to my advantage (yes, first of all indeed only to my advantage) there will not be any saving.

Anonymous ID: 307ecf March 16, 2023, 4:22 a.m. No.18517344   🗄️.is 🔗kun

16 Mar, 2023 09:05

US estimates ‘upwards’ of 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers killed – Politico

Washington is concerned by Kiev’s dwindling supply of ammunition, air defenses and experienced troops, according to the outlet


US officials estimate that more than 100,000 Ukrainian troops have been killed since the outbreak of the conflict with Russia last February, Politico has reported, without disclosing its sources.


Washington is concerned by Kiev’slack of ammunition, air defenses and experienced soldiersin the run-up to a major Ukrainian offensive expected later in spring, the US news website said in a report on Wednesday.


“Upwards of 100,000 Ukrainian forces have died in the year-long war, US officials estimate, including the most experienced soldiers,” Politico wrote.


Many of these losses are taking place in Bakhmut,” it added. The city, which Russia calls Artyomovsk, is a key Ukrainian stronghold and logistics hub in the People’s Republic of Donetsk. Russian forces have been advancing on Artyomovsksince August last year, and, according to Wagner Private Military Company chief Evgeny Prigozhin, have nowalmost fully encircledthe city and taken control of its eastern part.


Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has repeatedly insisted that he will not surrender Artyomovsk, despite reports of tensions with US officials, who have allegedlyurged Kiev to withdraw and cut its losses. Earlier this week, Zelensky again said that that the defense of the key city would be reinforced.


On Monday, the Washington Post reported: “US and European officials have estimated that as many as120,000 Ukrainian soldiershave been killed or wounded since the start of Russia’s invasion early last year.”


Politico pointed out that Washington and Brussels can only guess the extent of Ukraine’s losses, asKiev keeps this information secreteven from its Western backers, who have provided it with billions of dollars’ worth of weapons.


Speaking after Wednesday’s virtual meeting of the multinational Ukraine Defense Contact Group, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said, “Ukraine doesn’t have any time to waste.”


“We have to deliver swiftly and fully on our promised commitments” to Kiev, including supplies of “armored capabilities,” training for Ukrainian troops, spare parts and other things, he urged.


Last week, Russia’s Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu announced that Ukraine has lost at least 11,000 troops during the fighting in February. The number of killed and wounded on the Ukrainian side hadrisen by more than 40%since January when it stood at 6,500, he added.


“The support of the Kiev regime byNATO countries doesn’t lead to the successof the Ukrainian troops on the battlefield. On the contrary, there is a significant increase in losses among the personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine,” the minister said.


Shoigu last provided an estimate of Ukraine’s casualties in the conflict back in September. At the time, he said that they amounted to more than 100,000, with at least 61,000 troops killed and almost 50,000 wounded.



(The question is why is US and NATO releasing this? And Austin, Milley and Kellogg were right this will likely end on a negotiated peace agreement. Zelensky will get fried by his country if he allowed so many to die when he knew they couldn’t win from the beginning. But Ukraine said early on, they had 500,000 soldiers they started with and they have been recently conscripting old men and young boys, the majority of well trained are dead or wounded. It would seem like the mortality rate should be 150,000 to 200,000 or more. And since Kiev won’t release actual numbers even to allies it could be a lot more.)

Anonymous ID: e96dd8 March 16, 2023, 4:29 a.m. No.18517354   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7676


Photos -Dark to Light

Hyphenated letters as dates -r-h s-t-s => 1881 9 2019 -> 1881 Sep Events:

>Landslide on 9/11 -> FF

>Garfield assassination

2019 Sep Events:

>Samoa assassination plot

Timestamp 229 -Qalerts 229 = 108 (Q+) posts -> Q229:


Link ends 98, contains (4[00]5) -17, 45

>00 = eyes on?

Anonymous ID: 1da348 March 16, 2023, 4:36 a.m. No.18517366   🗄️.is 🔗kun



Credit Suisse Reels After Top Shareholder Rules Out Raising Stake


The chairman of Saudi National Bank, which became Credit Suisse’s biggest shareholder late last year, said that the bank wouldn’t boost its share of the bank past the current level of just under 10%.


“The answer is absolutely not, for many reasons outside the simplest reason, which is regulatory and statutory,” Ammar Al Khudairy said in an interview with Bloomberg TV on Wednesday. That was in response to a question on whether the bank was open to further injections if there was another call for additional funds.


Just wondering if that Promis software Robertt Maxwell sold Credit Suisse is still in operation?

Anonymous ID: bddb33 March 16, 2023, 4:37 a.m. No.18517368   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7374


>the only way is the military




33? as in masonry? 11 by 3? 11 or 3?

>1st marker


claiming to be a knight does not make it true, nor does it make you be honorable or right.

having some tattos does not make you an angel.

and many of you talking about the heavens and houses does not make it true.


who is the temple or the church himself?

Thou shalt believe all that the Church teaches and thou shalt observe all its directions?

(observe all it´s directions, as if written by masons.)

Thou shalt defend the Church?

if attacking me really defending me?


Thou shalt respect all weaknesses, and shalt constitute thyself the defender of them.

so why lead others to me in a way that you know got so many rejected already and is proven (and declared) by me to just not be true?

Anonymous ID: b88122 March 16, 2023, 4:41 a.m. No.18517376   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7397 >>7404 >>7497 >>7596

>>18517238, >>18517283


>Elon Musk >@elonmusk

>You can ring my bell, ring my bell

3:12AM · Mar 16, 2023


COMMS_34_BACKCHAN 3.16 - 3.12 = 4 = [D]


{ (4)[D]s "isolated" in TStamp: 12:43:12 PM


THINK: "Pavlov's Dog" - "ring the bell" - dog conditioned in thinking of food, began "cravings" with sign of "drooling" as humans can be as well.


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Q !UW.yye1fxo 3/7/2018, 4:08:15 PM ID: 4776ee

8chan/qresearch: 580523

>Q Clock [ Min: 30 | :25/:55 Mir: 20 | 180 Mir: 0 | :35/:05 Mir: 40 ]

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Anonymous null 3/7/2018, 4:01:31 PM ID:3c9b74

I confess. I was an #IBOR resister. It didn't make sense to me since free speech is already guaranteed in our constitution.


But, thinking logically, the one thing that would scare the data-mining cabal the most is an articulated right to privacy when using the internet.


No more data mining for ads. No more algorithms screwing up how we communicate with others on Facebook.

No more captuRING MYfavorite soda to sell to a competitor who might want to make me buy something else.



Free speech does not apply in a private co setting.

The risk?

Loss of revenue.

Backstopped by the circus.


Social media control is everything.

<The age of the MSM is over.



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Q !!Hs1Jq13jV6 7/18/2020, 12:43:12 PM ID: 1eef8a

8kun/qresearch: 10000076

>Q Clock [ Min: 54 | :25/:55 Mir: 56 | 180 Mir: 24 | :35/:05 Mir: 16 ]

When was the last time you witnessed a [D] party leader being Patriotic [exhibiting National Pride (love of Country)]?

When was the last time you witnessed a [D] party leader 'speak out against' the riots [violence in the streets]?

[MSDNC projecting 'peaceful' protests?]

When was the last time you witnessed a [D] party leader support those who took at oath to protect and defend?

When was the last time you witnessed a [D] party leader support and call for UNITY across our Nation?

Why do they want people divided?

Why do they want people categorized?



The Great [D]eceivers. >>18517369 < da$$ting[R]ing "to [R]ule (((them))) all" { RRosenstein+[W]i[F]ee }


Anonymous ID: 1feff5 March 16, 2023, 4:43 a.m. No.18517379   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681



>Credit Suisse: what is happening at Swiss bank and should we be worried?





>BTW…when did the banking stuff REALLY heat up? Saturday was anotherMARKERas11.3


>Just sayin…

Anonymous ID: ccba37 March 16, 2023, 4:45 a.m. No.18517383   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7386 >>7394

Hey, tiny powers that cower:


Here's an interesting quote.


To those who believe that Russia’s unprovoked and barbaric invasion of Ukraine is not a priority for the United States – you are missing a lot.


— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) March 14, 2023


Please inform your flapping seal from SC that the only thing we the People are missing is how much he took in kickbacks from the MIC. And the truth about the laundered funds for Miss Lindsey and all his fellow flapping seals in a Congress so hawkish to protect the borders of every country but their own.


Some of us still remember Vietnam.


God's will in all things.

Anonymous ID: 160901 March 16, 2023, 4:45 a.m. No.18517384   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Check out the EO behind this (came out Jan or Feb 2022). A major goal was to reduce costs exfiltrating our wealth to other countries (illegals sending $$ home). It’s all bullshit.

Anonymous ID: 6de78c March 16, 2023, 4:45 a.m. No.18517385   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7389 >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681

Trudeau Taps Ex-Viceroy to Probe Alleged China Vote Meddling


By Brian Platt

March 15, 2023 at 4:40 p.m. EDT

Updated on March 15, 2023 at 9:19 p.m. EDT


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tasked former Governor General David Johnston with examining allegations China interfered in Canada’s last two elections.


Johnston was selected as the monarch’s representative in Canada in 2010 by former Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Naming him was meant to give Trudeau protection from allegations of partisan favor in the appointment, though the opposition Tories immediately slammed the appointment regardless.


Their criticisms primarily focused onJohnston’s membership at the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation, a non-partisan charity founded as a memorial to Trudeau’s late father, who opened diplomatic relations with China when he was prime minister five decades ago.


Last week, in an attempt to defuse controversy over reports of Chinese election meddling, Trudeau announced he would appoint a special rapporteur to examine the allegations and advise the government on a course of action.


Trudeau has so far resisted demands to call a judicial inquiry into the matter, but he has said he’ll abide by the recommendations of the special rapporteur.


Johnston was chosen after consultations with the opposition parties in parliament, Trudeau’s office said Wednesday in a news release. As special rapporteur, the former viceroy “will identify any remaining gaps or areas requiring further attention to protect the integrity of Canada’s democracy.”


Over the past month, a series of media reports has said Trudeau received intelligence briefings alleging that China meddled in both the 2019 and 2021 votes that returned him and his Liberals to power.


The reports included claims that Chinese officials spread misinformation to hurt certain candidates, including Conservatives, and funneled money and volunteers toward people it wanted to see elected.

Anonymous ID: 6de78c March 16, 2023, 4:47 a.m. No.18517389   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7497 >>7596 >>7655 >>7681


Trudeau Foundation to return $200K donation over alleged link to China


By Staff The Canadian Press

Posted March 1, 2023 8:15 pm


The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation says it is returning $200,000 it received seven years ago after a media report alleged a potential connection to Beijing.


The Globe and Mail, citing an unnamed national security source, published a report on an alleged plot by the Chinese government to influence Justin Trudeau after he became Liberal leader.


The report alleged a Chinese billionaire was instructed by Beijing to donate $1 million to the Trudeau Foundation in 2014, the year before the Liberals came to power under Trudeau.


The report says that he and a second wealthy Chinese businessman donated $1 million in honour of the elder Trudeau in 2016, including $200,000 to the foundation.


Pascale Fournier, the president and CEO of the Trudeau Foundation, which the prime minister has not been involved with since becoming leader, says the amount has been refunded.


Fournier’s statement says “we cannot keep any donation that may have been sponsored by a foreign government and would not knowingly do so.”


The Canadian Press could not immediately reach the individual at the centre of the report by the Globe and Mail, which said Tuesday he did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Anonymous ID: 307ecf March 16, 2023, 4:49 a.m. No.18517391   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7412

16 Mar, 2023 08:41

Moscow spooked NATO from going all in for Ukraine – John Bolton

Attacks on any target, including Nord Stream, should not imperil foreign aid, the US arch-hawk argued


Russian intimidationhas prevented NATO members from giving Ukraine the weapons it needs and allowing it attack any targets it wants – including key European infrastructure – US arch-hawk John Bolton has claimed. This must change, he has insisted, in an oped urging President Joe Biden to change his policies. (Kek, Delusional as always!)


“[Russian President] Vladimir Putin has masterfully deterred NATO from responding robustly enough to end the conflict promptly and victoriously. Time to solve this problem is growing short,” Bolton wrote in an opinion piece published by the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.


The former national security adviser to President Donald Trump blamed Biden for failing to aim for “ambiguous goals” and claimed his “fear of Russian escalation” had led to a military gridlock in Ukraine. The current president “barely tried” to prevent the Russian military operation, Bolton argued, before criticizing the reported limitations imposed by Washington in terms of which targets Kiev can attack with the weapons it gets from the West. (Barely tried? Our country is bankrupt because of this shithole country fake war)


“NATO pressures Ukraine not to strike inside Russia, and to spare key assets like Nord Stream, whereas the Kremlin can strike anywhere within Ukraine,” he wrote.


Nord Stream comprises two undersea gas pipelines, which were built to deliver Russian natural gas directly to Germany. They were blown up in September.


Bolton mentioned claims in the Western press, which said US intelligence suspected that a “pro-Ukrainian group” not connected with any government had carried out the sophisticated operation. Even if Kiev ordered the attack, he said, it should not impact the level of support it gets. (Bolton is not acknowledging that if Ukraine did this, its an act of war against a NATO country, Germany. And NATO would have the responsibility to attack Ukraine.)


According to Bolton, debates in NATO on whether to deliver longer-range ATACMS missiles or F-16 fighter jets to Kiev “reflect a disjointed strategy” and harm Ukraine’s war effort. He said it was clear to him that “fears of Russian escalation are unwarranted.” (No one should listen to this madman)


Bolton is a lifelong advocate for using US hard power against other nations, including nuclear powers Russia and China. US political observers suggest that he may seek the Republican nomination for president in the 2024 election.


Fox News host Tucker Carlson included him on a list of GOP candidates to whom he sent a questionnaire on the Ukraine conflict to get them on record. One question was whether the US should support regime change in Russia. Bolton failed to respond, Carlson said during his show on Monday.


(Who is worse, Bolton, Graham or Hannity? I was listening to Hannity for a couple of minutes in my drive yesterday and he literally sounded insane. His pitch and anger was off the charts, screaming bomb them, take out two Russian drones, kill them all. I can’t believe I ever listened to him 8 years ago. I stopped long before Trump was elected. They are all the same! The problem they have is we are no longer a superpower, because Bidan ran off competent military leaders and soldiers, killed or disabled many with the jab, left $85 billion in armaments in Afghanistan, gave away the majority of the US armaments to Ukraine, pressing EU and NATO to send more money and arms; and is still insisting it’s Zelensky’s choice to stay or not stay in the war, which is hogwash. Bidan doesn’t care who dies as long as his universal crimes around the world, are not disclosed. Same goes for Graham and Bolton. They all are willing to start a nuclear war with Russia.)

Anonymous ID: e96dd8 March 16, 2023, 4:54 a.m. No.18517403   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7412 >>7419 >>7420 >>7441 >>7676



Hunter Biden comms -artist / [Hunter] Hires

>…The MHAWC opened Mar. [four]th…

23, 55, 45 in the link

Anonymous ID: bddb33 March 16, 2023, 4:54 a.m. No.18517404   🗄️.is 🔗kun


what is the thing next to the gun?


also, I do not give a fuck. lottery and stop of attacking first. then having little purge, then making it all nice.

Anonymous ID: f20409 March 16, 2023, 5 a.m. No.18517416   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7423 >>7432



this is.

in those days all anon heard was the music and words.

now, anon is tuned into the esoteric messages and hertz, volume and frequency.

different way of looking at the shit they sold us back in the day of gen X.

still we use what we find.

Anonymous ID: c46207 March 16, 2023, 5:06 a.m. No.18517431   🗄️.is 🔗kun


the moharta contract was a jesuit invention. They say. A-Rabs use something similar.



A mohatra contract is way of loaning money with interest without breaking the letter of the usury laws. The lender sells the borrower a trivial object to be paid for on the loan due date. The borrower then sells the same object back immediately for cash at the price minus the interest.

Anonymous ID: 4373e1 March 16, 2023, 5:06 a.m. No.18517433   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Freight train carrying hazardous material derails in Arizona

57 minutes ago


TOPOCK, Ariz. (AP) — A freight train carrying hazardous materials derailed in western Arizona, near the state’s border with California and Nevada, an official said.


The train derailed Wednesday evening near the town of Topock, Anita Mortensen, a spokeswoman for the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office said, adding that she was not aware of any spills or leaks. No injuries have been reported.

Anonymous ID: d4d3d3 March 16, 2023, 5:06 a.m. No.18517434   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Looks fake as fuck to me. At a minimum it would be the end of any fighter pilots career to intentionally crash into a drone like that not to mention that it would be a massive danger to the pilots life. No sane pilot would ever do that in this situation. It's either an accident or a false flag.

Anonymous ID: bddb33 March 16, 2023, 5:07 a.m. No.18517438   🗄️.is 🔗kun


so no saving until summer? better not die then.

and I want it just the way I said, lottery, two wins, one huge one that I will use to invest with help of some rich dudes who would basically give me their money, and one small one to cover it up and give money to family (which I think of when thinking of it, obviously being not much confident I want to ever have a relationship with them again).

and obviously no attacking but following in everything I say or mason-say.

Anonymous ID: ea02a7 March 16, 2023, 5:09 a.m. No.18517448   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Delta! { [15]-day plan }

March 16

0 post(s) found containing "Mar 16" { Silent Running, Ze[R]0 buBBle }


15 (6) (6)

Anonymous 10/31/2017, 11:00:47 PM ID: grTMpzrL

4chan/pol: 147434025

<Q Clock [ Min: 23 | :25/:55 Mir: 27 | 180 Mir: 53 | :35/:05 Mir: 47 ]

There are more good people than bad.

The wizards and warlocks (inside term) will not allow another Satanic Evil POS control our country.

Realize Soros, Clintons, Obama, Putin, etc. are all controlled by 3 families (the 4th was removed post Trump's victory).


11.3 - Podesta indicted

11.6 - Huma indicted


Manafort was placed into Trump's camp (as well as others).

The corruption that will come out is so serious that deals must be cut for people to walk away otherwise

70% of elected politicians would be in jail (you are seeing it already begin).

A deep cleaning is occurring and the prevention and defense of pure evil is occurring on a daily basis.

They never thought they were going to lose control of the Presidency (not just D's)

and thought they had control since making past mistakes (JFK, Reagan).


Good speed, Patriots.

PS, Soros is targeted.


March 17

17 post(s) found containing "Mar 17"

Anonymous ID: e96dd8 March 16, 2023, 5:09 a.m. No.18517450   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7469 >>7525 >>7576 >>7676




17:01 timestamp -Q+

149 characters no spaces -Q149: Freedom.jpg

12 words before dash, 77 characters -Qalerts 1277 -> Q2208:

>Narrative shift



DJT Marketing / COMMUNICATIONS Email today had donation amounts at $24 and $47 -Qalerts 2447 -> Q2255:

>Narrative shift


>any anon happen to have that DJT email screenshot?

Anonymous ID: bddb33 March 16, 2023, 5:12 a.m. No.18517456   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>7461


claim all you want, those hoping for saving notice a very clear bottleneck situation that only I can solve. but won´t.


and again, you clearly did not know shit before I explained. I do not blame you for the past before me, but I most definitly blame you for what you did after I explained it to you.