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The Crash: Coming into Focus (Veterans Today, March 28, 2015):

Among the fabricated rumors, real intel inquiries emerge

by  Gordon Duff,  with VT Resources

“You just can’t make this stuff up!”

Intelligence regarding the unintended altitude loss with incumbent loss of life related to Lufthansa 9525 from Barcelona to Dusseldorf is coming to light. 

The plane may have been downed to end an investigation of massive banking fraud died to the CIA, Mossad, Crypto AG, Siemans and the Vatican Bank. 

This event also gives us need to take a new look at the downing of Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland in 1988. In the world of fax machines, Crypto AG had developed a hardware hack that created a backdoor on all encrypted fax communication, giving their “clients” virtual control of not only the world banking system but almost all diplomatic correspondence as well. Continue reading »

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Jan 17

Pope Francis fires all but one cardinals who run Vatican bank just 11 months into their five-year term (Daily Mail, Jan 16, 2014):

  • The cardinals were appointed by Benedict XVI shortly before he resigned
  • The Vatican bank was caught in a money-laundering row in 2010

All but one of a five-member panel that oversees the controversial Vatican bank has been fired by Pope Francis.

Four cardinals were given their marching orders by Francis on Wednesday.

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Jul 09

Vatican Bank facilitated money laundering, report says (PressTV, July 8, 2013):

Italian investigators have said the Vatican Bank operated in a way that facilitated money laundering, according to a leaked inquiry.

The disclosed report followed a three-year inquiry into the bank, officially known as the Institute for the Works of Religion (IOR), and was recently quoted by two Italian newspapers, Corriere della Sera and La Repubblica.

According to the report, IOR did not carry out enough checks on its clients and the bank allowed account holders to transfer large sums on behalf of others.

“There is a high risk that the way the IOR operates, without specifying its real clients, can be used as a screen to hide illegal operations,” the report read.

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