One of the items David Wilcock reproduces in his latest article is this video on Graham Hawksworth, a “bond authenticator”; that is, if he’s legitimate. According to a British court, which recently sentenced him to six years, he isn’t. He may be part of the global market dealing in bonds, one lot of which was worth more than the British economy – trillions of dollars. You may remember Udo Pelkowski discussing some of the bond finds his associates made in the Philippines last winter. (1)
Who Wants to be a Trillionaire? was featured on British television and gives a little of the background on how the Federal Reserve first got into floating large bond issues to indemnify Chang Kai Shek, who gave his gold to the United States to keep it from falling into the hands of Mao’s Communist cadres.
It just touches on the tricks used in producing the bonds to allow American agents to arrest anyone they didn’t want to have possession of them – like mis-spellings or a few bonds in the mix produced on inkjets, all of which could be used to assert fraudulence when it served the “national interest” to do so.
(1) See “Evidence Corroborating David Wilcock’s Recent Allegations: Philippine Gold, Platinum, and Cash, Dec. 30, 2011, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2011/12/evidence-corroborating-david-wilcocks-recent-allegations-philippine-gold/ ; “Treasure Hunters Declare Their Find and Offer to Return It,” Jan. 1, 2012, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2012/01/treasure-hunters-declare-their-find-and-offer-to-return-it/ ; “Udo Continues the Story of the Filipino Treasure,” January 1, 2012, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2012/01/udo-continues-the-story-of-the-filipino-treasure/