In desperation, the BIS and Vatican bank order assassinations but Mossad, the CIA and the Yakuza refuse to go along

The increasingly desperate gangsters known as the Bilderberg group, in a last minute effort to maintain their rule, last week ordered assassination teams to kill prominent truth seekers, including this reporter, according to CIA sources. In a related move Italian authorities have been trying to sell the $134.5 billion worth of bonds they seized even as they continue to prosecute an Italian gentleman with fraud for possessing these bonds. At stake is the survival of the Vatican Bank and perhaps even the BIS.

According to a prominent member of the CIA assassination squad the Pope and Prime Minister Berlusconi of Italy sent a nine-man assassination team to Japan headed by a highly professional 40-something assassin who goes by the name of Guissepe to kill this writer. The Yakuza, Mossand and the CIA all refused to go along with the assassination and it has now been called off, Yakuza and CIA sources say. These banksters seem to have had the mistaken impression that killing this writer and other whistleblowers would somehow stop the implementation of the new metals-backed banking system.

The Vatican banker directly involved is now wanted by Interpol and is on the run. He has been trying to sell, on behalf of the Italian government, the $134.5 trillion worth of bonds seized in June of 2009 at 10% of their face value. Meanwhile this same Italian government is trying to prosecute Alessandro Santi for fraud because he asked Italian authorities to release the two Japanese nationals who were arrested with the bonds by testifying they were genuine.

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