Wednesday, 17 July 2013

How do they do dat?

An explanation from my good friend Stew Webb!


by Gene “Chip” Tatum
12/28/96 recently updated!

Find a depository which fits the following criteria:
1. Large cash reserves.
2. Much of the cash reserves should represent deposits from
an illegal activity (ie: drug transactions). For this
Example we will use Banco Nacional de Panama, a reserve
depository which is protected by Manuel Noriega. The
depositor will be Pablo Escobar.
Finding the proper Depository would be the function of the CIA,
and in this Example we will have William Casey take on the job.

Arrange for a loan from this depository. We will use the name of
George Bush in this example for the person obtaining the loan.
We will use the amount of $8 billion for this example. Sometimes
the depository will not be very cooperative. If this occurs, the
CIA will coerce or intimidate the depository officials into
cooperating. Ultimately, the loan will be made.

Split the loan proceeds in half. One half ($4 billion) will be
sent to Iran to purchase “super bills” at the rate of two “super
bills” for one authentic bill. Thus, $4 billion in cash buys $8
billion in “super bills.” (NOTE: A “super bill” is a perfectly
counterfeited U.S. bill. These bills are printed by an Intaglio
press which was sold to the Shah of Iran in the late ’60s, early
’70s. The Shah was also given the plates, ink and paper
necessary to successfully print U.S. dollars in large
denominations. This was given to the Shah by the CIA.
Unfortunately, the Shah left the press, plates, ink and paper for
the Iranian Revolutionary Councils when he fled in late 1978.)
The second half of the loan ($4 billion) will be sent to a CIA
launderer selected by the CIA (Casey) for his or her ability to
move large sums of money around the world as a matter of ordinary
business. For this example we will use the name of Nana DeBusia.
(DeBusia is the grandson of Guyana’s first democratic leader and
owner of many U.S. and foreign banks.)

Repay original loan to depository in “super bills.” (Give Banco
Nacional de Panama $8 billion in “super bills” to replace the authentic currency it loaned. You may ask; What is a super bill?
It is a counterfeit bill of such perfection that the secret service is
unable to readily tell if it is real or fake! They come from presses
run by the CIA in the mid to late 70’s in Iran. Unfortunately when
the Ayatollah took over the country from the Shah, the presses, paper,
ink, and plates were lost to the new regime.)

These “super bills” are placed in the reserve vault and, as long as they are not withdrawn
by the depositor, their existence will not jeopardize the value of the U.S. dollar.
But, because they are perfect in every way, to put the “super bills” in circulation
would eventually devalue the U.S. dollar by flooding the monetary marketplace
with additional U.S. currency.

Arrange to sell Iran something of value for the authentic
currency used to purchase the “super bills.” In this example, we
will use arms, ammunition and replacement parts for military
equipment. (We will use the name Oliver North as the example of
a person arranging the sale of arms to Iran.)
In other words,
the CIA now arranges to sell Iran $4 billion worth of arms and
equipment in order to get the original $4 billion of authentic
currency back. Now, the CIA has $4 billion to use in funding
covert activities without relying on Congressional authority and
funding. If caught, the CIA can report the source of funds as
being from an arms transaction with Iran.

Ensure that the “super bills” are not withdrawn. This is done
through the process of neutralization of the depositor.
Neutralization is the use of intimidation, coercion or
termination. In this example, Pablo Escobar is killed.
This step is not so difficult as we see in the recent information released
about all the large corporations hiding their funds offshore. So in this example
The CIA launderer in possession of one-half of the original loan proceeds is
moving his $4 billion through a maze of banks which are cooperative with
both the launderer and the CIA. For this example, we will use the following
trail of deposits to banks:
A bank in Spain; the Vatican Bank;and banks in Luxembourg.
Then the launderer wires from his London offices $3.8 billion in laundered
monies to private numbered accounts being controlled by the
original architects. The launderer keeps $200 million for his
job well done, leaving the $3.8 billion in the numbered accounts.

Neutralize the CIA launderer. In this example Nana DeBusia was
indicted by the U.S. on 32 counts to include bank fraud. The CIA
stepped up in his behalf and stated that it would not be in the
best interest of the U.S. to prosecute DeBusia. He was facing
several hundred years in prison if convicted. He was
subsequently acquitted on all counts of Laundering $200,000,000 USD.
$4 billion for use in unauthorized black ops*
(*black operations are those covert operations performed
without the knowledge or authority of Congress.)
$3.8 billion in private numbered accounts controlled by the
architects of the funding operation.

To summarize the example, the Director of the CIA, William Casey,
approached the Ex-Director of the CIA and current Vice President
of the United States, George Bush, with the name of a vulnerable
depository, the Banco Nacional de Panama. Vice President Bush
then arranged for a short term loan of $8 billion. Bush arranged
for $4 billion to go to Iran to purchase super bills and $4
billion to go to Nana DeBusia to be laundered into several
private accounts. He (Bush) commissioned Oliver North to oversee
the Iranian connection. North delivered $4 billion in U.S.
currency to Iran. Iran gave North $8 billion in super bills in
exchange for the $4 billion in good U.S. currency. North then
delivered the $8 billion in super bills back to the Banco
Nacional de Panama. The loan transaction is now complete.
There is $8 billion in super bills in the reserve vaults of the
Banco Nacional de Panama, there is $4 billion in authentic U.S.
currency in the hands of the Iranians, and there is $4 billion in
good currency with CIA launderer Nana DeBusia. North sells the
Iranians military hardware and parts for the amount of $4 billion
and diverts a portion of the proceeds to the Contras of Nicaragua
(Iran/Contra). Nana DeBusia, in the meantime, is laundering the
deposits of $4 billion through various banks, including the
Vatican’s bank in Italy. After several successful banking
transactions, DeBusia presents $3.8 billion in the sound deposits
to numbered accounts in various locations. When the funding
operation is complete, there is $4 billion in CIA accounts to be
utilized for covert and black operations; there is $3.8 billion
in private numbered accounts controlled by George Bush and
William Casey. Pablo Escobar, the primary depositor is dead to
ensure no one will withdraw the super bills.
General Noriega was placed
in U.S. federal prison, then transferred to a French prison and is now in a
Panamanian prison…(funny how that worked out, eh?) and under constant
guard to ensure his silence, and William Casey, he drowned mysteriously while
in a canoe in calm water??? leaving $3.8 billion in good U.S. currency in the control of
George Bush.
Special Footnotes
  1. Government agents first discovered Supernotes in 1990. A very experienced overseas cash handler identified one as a forgery by the feel of the paper, even thought it was printed on an intaglio press. The fake was as good as any the Secret Service had ever seen—it even contained the right proportion of embedded red and blue fibers that the Treasury Department uses as a security feature. The first Supernote became known as Parent Note (PN) 14342. The term “Supernote”—also occasionally seen as “Superdollar” or “Superbill”—originated outside of the Secret Service. It refers to all high-quality counterfeits that can be linked back to PN-14342 with forensic evidence. (The Secret Service won’t reveal how they link modern-day counterfeits to PN-14342.)
  2. In 1990, life for Pablo Escobar and his infamous Medellin Cartel would take a drastic turn when the Colombia government, under pressure from the United States, began to extradite Colombians to the US for prosecution.
With the threat of extradition, Escobar began kidnapping prominent Colombians and killing anyone who supported extradition to the United States. But as pressure mounted he made a deal with Colombian officials and turned himself in only after authorities accepted his deal which would keep him from being extradicted.
He was sent to a prison which was more like a private resort where he continued to run his empire. On July 22, 1992, the Colombian government decided to move him to a higher security prison in order to prevent him from continuing to conduct his illegal activites behind prison walls. But the plan failed and Escobar escaped before authorities had an oppurtunity to apprehend him.
Escobar’s daring escape launched one of the biggest manhunts by the Colombian government with the help of the United States Delta Force, Navy Seals,the CIA, FBI, DEA, vigilante death squads, hired assasins supported by the Cali Cartel, as well as the Colombian military forces. He remained at large for about sixteen months alluding his captors until the authorites traced a telephone called he made from one of his safe houses in Medellin.
On December 2, 1992, at the age of 44, Pablo Escobar was shot and killed in a gun battle on the rooftop of his safe house after escaping through a top floor window.
Radio 1997 Stew Webb Whistleblower and NSA-CIA Operative Gene Chip Tatum Rumored Dead Black Ops NSA-CIA Gene Tatum alive
 Whistleblowers US Intel Breaking News
Now on Computers, Mobile and Tablets
Stew Webb Founder:
You did not Vote them in but you can remove them!
Stew Webb, Federal Whistleblower-Activist
Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Breaking News, Corruption, news, Politics, Stew Webb, US Government, world news
Stew Webb Founder