Let’s Kick The Garbage Out To The Curb
Apologies are extended to those that might not have gotten things straight without this preface.
Initially I was under the assumption that we had nailed the former Sri Lankan President and Japanese Gold buyers (as well as government) in an attempted theft of 20 thousand metric tons of gold.
As things turned out it was not an attempted theft, it was a theft already cemented – and 4 years prior. The rest of the detail follows and I cannot wait to review the audit of all accounts and put those responsible away where they belong.
As one can see nowadays these shenanigans are rampant among the politicians and banksters. Hell is too nice a place for them so let’s find a place more fitting for them NOW.
New Zealand has made the decision to have Russia manage the voting for a new UN Secretary General in September, Gerard van Bohemen, New Zealand’s permanent representative at the UN, has confirmed.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – New Zealand will preside over the UN Security Council in September and will still oversee the meetings to discuss the ballots, according to van Bohemen.
“New Zealand has chosen to do this to counter any conflict-of-interest perception issues given we also have a candidate,” van Bohemen said on Saturday, as quoted by The New Zealand Herald.
The decision to give Russia the responsibility to carry out the polls is linked to the fact that New Zealand’s former prime minister Helen Clark is one of the candidates for the post of UN Secretary General.
The term of current UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon ends on December 31, 2016.
JULY 14, 2016 / /
(Ban Ki-moon’s shoes found)
Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon has hit a rough spot in his official / unofficial visit to Asia.
His intention was first and foremost to prevent Neil Keenan from pursuing and completing a project that would have destroyed the Khazarian / Zionist banking system. Subsequently, Keenan is working toward implementing a new financial system. You will discover more with regard to this in Neil Keenan’s next post.