Gordon Bowden has achieved incredible progress in revealing not only the high level massive fraud and corruption but also in revealing the scumbags that are involved.
One could almost say he has revealed how the New World Order, some political leaders and their parties.
One could also say it also goes a step further by showing how some banks knowingly benefit from this massive fraud and how the corporate sector reap in vast sums of money from companies and projects that simply do not exist.
As I have said so many times before, the historical collapse of the world’s financial markets was no accident…..it was a very well planned exercise by the New World Order, Wall Street and the City of London banking fraternity.
Before moving on with Gordon’s latest investigation into our long line of political corruption, virtual companies and shell companies I would like to allow you all to see a classic case that shook the very foundation of Wall Street and the world.
Lets take a look at the notorious Bernard Madoff who just so happened to be one of the many corrupt members of the financial elite and see how he operated and who was connected with him. It is only then that hopefully you will see how it all comes together:
Madoff, a now broken man, has decided to cough up the beans after the suicide death of his son Mark. It just so happened that this took place on the second anniversary of Madoff’s arrest, his son Mark, age 46, slipped a vacuum-cleaner cord over a pipe on the living-room ceiling of his Soho loft and tried to hang himself. When it broke, he tried again with a dog’s leash, and succeeded. This event and the shame he brought onto his family has reduced this man to immense grief.
He carried out an interview with the New York Magazine and revealed the workings of the empire that he became part of and how he betrayed thousands of investors, bankrupted charities and hedge funds. . Here are some of his words as told to the magazine:
Madoff had hired his brother, Peter, who proved gifted at designing trading technology. With this new technology at work - Madoff was getting rich as a market-maker. “I was making at one point over $100 million a year,” he told me. As his innovations spread to the mainstream, Madoff attracted some of Wall Street’s most prestigious firms, including Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, and Smith Barney, all of which went into business with him.
This climb to wealth was soon the change direction when a few hick-ups left him with lots of investor’s money but nothing to invest it in. His way of doing things suddenly changed direction when Madoff starting borrowing investors money to pay out returns, which in the main were false.
This new flow of wealth was basically illegal money but that did not deter Madoff to continue on his own path of destruction. It was during this very lucrative period that many banks started to show an interest in him. The magazine stated:
This was a different sort of money, the kind that came from bankers who wouldn’t have given Madoff the time of day earlier in his career. “The chairman of Banco Santander came down to see me, the chairman of Credit Suisse came down, chairman of UBS came down; I had all of these major banks. You know, Safra coming down and entertaining me and trying [to invest with Madoff]. It is a head trip. [Those people] sitting there, telling you, ‘You can do this.’ It feeds your ego. All of a sudden, these banks which wouldn’t give you the time of day, they’re willing to give you a billion dollars,” he explained. “It wasn’t like I needed the money. It was just that I thought it was a temporary thing, and all of a sudden, everybody is throwing billions of dollars at you. Saying, ‘Listen, if you can do this stuff for us, we’ll be your clients forever.’ ”
So Madoff took the money. While he waited for the market to wake up, he parked their billions in treasuries earning 2 percent a year, while generating statements that maintained they were earning about 15 percent—fantastic money in a slow market. He couldn’t bring himself to tell them that he had failed. “I was too afraid,” he said he went on to say :
“These banks and these funds had to know there were problems.”
The magazine continued with his statement: “Everyone was greedy,” he continues. “I just went along. It’s not an excuse.” In his mind, the hedge funds and the banks were little more than marketers, skimming their 1 to 2 percent off the top, a fee for their supposed “due diligence,” though they exercised little oversight. “Look, there was complicity, in my view,”
“It’s unbelievable. Goldman … no one has any criminal convictions—the whole new regulatory reform is a joke. The whole government is a Ponzi scheme.”
Maybe now readers are beginning to see the rot that exists at so many levels today and from Gordon Bowden’s perspective this extends into other financial institutions, the bowels of politics and is rife in the corporate sector, especially in the Oil, Gas and Mining industries where they can raise incredible amounts of investors money for Oil. Gas and Mining companies that have never existed or projects that do not exist.....this is where Gordon has hit the nail on the head and guess what - "The companies do not like this exposure, the politicians do not like this exposure and the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) do not like this exposure for one very good reason - it is the major source of funding for the New World Order, some Banks, some major Corporate bodies, some politicians and their parties and also those small time companies that run all the services related to secretarial administration, investment opportunities, dating webs, porn webs and so many other multiple scams. In Gordon's own words such companies as those owned by Ms Tara Davison.
Gordon Bowden explains in his own words how the system works
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Madoff securities (LONDON)were instrumental in laundering the Madoff International PONZI scheme Stolen cash assets, into the UK AIM , TSX-V and ASX Fake Fraud “Exploration" Companies.
When you read the AIM Admission Documents (I have over 300) of those "Virtual" Oil & Gas and Mineral Mining Companies, the Bio's of many of the Companies Directors show a very high proportion of Top Company Accountants, Auditors, "GRANT THORNTON" "PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPER" "KPMG" "BDO STOY HAYWOOD".
And Financial Institutions (BANKS) and their ex Hedge Fund Managers, Brokers & Senior Insider Directors from CITIBANK, ABN AMRO, BARCLAYS CAPITAL, NORTHERN ROCK, LLOYDS, ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND and JP MORGAN.Such High Profile Financial specialists in.
HIGH RISK, unsecured, uninsured "Penny Stocks"
On the Unaudited, Unregulated AIM L.S.E.
The reason the Major Bankers, Senior Board Directors were falling all over Madoff, to give him $Billions of their Banks Uninsured, Unsecured, Cash Assets was just part of "How to Asset strip, launder and rob a Bank" from the Inside.
They became what our Politicians casually describe as the Banks. "TOXIC ASSETS"
You note, they know exactly WHICH named Companies were the "TOXIC ASSETS" Why did they not Print, publish the make available the List to the Public?
If they do. Trust me, The Games up.
Just like Madoff has made statement.
The poor Scapegoat in the US, Bernard Madoff.
Just like ABC 4 CORNERS "BAD COMPANY"
The "ASSASSINATED" Scapegoat, Brett Kebble.
Like the Politicians say, we had the Hundreds of £Billions but through bad unsecured High Risk investments, we LOST IT.
What they don't say is WHO has it now.
I know and I know Exactly WHO took, HOW they took it, and HOW to track and RECOVER it, through the well recorded AIM Doc Nominee Accounts.
JUST one that fully exposed will send shivers down the spines of any of those VIP's involved in.
PERSHING KEEN NOMINEES LTD.
ONE CLOVE CRESENT.
EAST INDIA DOCK.
This company has 17 subsidiaries all linked to the Bank of New York Mellon (International Ltd) and its subsidiaries (I have them) but will not publish here.
As I was personally shown, back in 2002-2005 by some of South Africa's best specialist Organised Crime Prosecution Barristers, working on the South African Apartheid Government Corruption Trials led by Judge Heath.
Keep it simple, all large volume Company Cash transfers require Documents even electronic transfers from Parental to Subsidiary Companies.
"Follow the Money"
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Gordon did however pass me an addition to the above communications which was as follows:
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In writing, the FACTS.
THE DIRECT, PUBLISHED association to the Thieving "BARSTEWARDS"
And now you have my findings HOW they are affiliated to:
PERSHING KEEN NOMINEES LIMITED
Their 17 Subsidiaries.
The MAJOR documented Sponsors of the over 300 "Virtual" FRAUD FAKE "Exploration" Oil & Gas and Mining Companies.
Oh dear, Oh dear, Poor Poor Tony Blair and Cameron.
Like 2 startled Wwabbitts caught in the headlights.
Good here init
Finally Gordon sent me this clip that explains a little more about Madoff and JP Morgan etc:
JPMorgan, Bank of NY Mellon to Return Madoff Money
Jan 30, 2009 | Parker Waichman Alonso LLP Two banks that recently discovered more than $500 million in accounts belonging to Bernard Madoff will be turning those funds over to the trustee charged with liquidating the accused Ponzi schemer's assets. According to a report in The New York Times, JPMorgan Chase located $301.4 million in one of Madoff's business accounts, while Bank of New York Mellon discovered $233,500,000 in three accounts.
The 70-year-old Madoff was arrested on one count of securities fraud on December 11. Madoff - once a chairman of the Nasdaq stock exchange - is the founder and primary owner of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC. The firm is primarily known for its business in market-making, or serving as the middleman between buyers and sellers of shares. However, Madoff also oversaw an investment-advisory business that managed money for high-net-worth individuals, hedge funds and other institutions.
According to the FBI complaint against Madoff, that business was largely a Ponzi scheme. The FBI said Madoff “deceived investors by operating a securities business in which he traded and lost investor money, and then paid certain investors purported returns on investment with the principal received from other, different investors, which resulted in losses of approximately billions of dollars.” Madoff reportedly told employees that his fraud could cost investors as much as $50 billion.
As the investigation into Madoff's investment advisory business has grown, it has become apparent that his Ponzi scheme may have gone on for decades. Earlier this month, a spokesperson for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) - the industry-run regulator for brokerages - told Reuters that it’s investigators have not been able to find records of any trades Madoff’s investment advisory business might have made. Unless Madoff was initiating trades through other brokerages - something Reuters said wasn’t likely - he wasn’t making trades at all.
The impact of Madoff's alleged fraud has been felt far and wide. Many wealthy investors, including Philadelphia Eagles owner Norman Braman, New York Mets owner Fred Wilpon and J. Ezra Merkin, the chairman of GMAC Financial Services, were caught up in the scandal. Several investment-management firms, including Tremont Capital Management and Fairfield Greenwich Advisors, which were heavily invested in Madoff’s funds, lost millions for their clients. Banks around the globe, including the Royal Bank of Scotland, France’s largest bank, BNP Paribas, Britain’s HSBC Holding PLC and Spain’s Santander have also been hit hard, as have many charities.
After Madoff's arrest, a federal judge ordered that his business be liquidated under the jurisdiction of a bankruptcy court and assigned a trustee to oversee that process. That trustee has the job of locating Madoff company and customer funds so investors can recoup some of what they lost.
Most experts on these types of liquidations have not been optimistic that investors would see much money when all is said in done. Reportedly, similar liquidations have recovered about 10 cents on the dollar for defrauded investors. So news of the funds located by JPMorgan and Bank of New York Mellon is heartening, although it still only represents a fractions of what was lost due to Madoff's scheme.
In a stipulation filed with the court, the trustee and the banks have agreed that the money will be wired to the special court account set up for the funds on or before Feb. 6. A hearing is slated for Feb. 4 before Bankruptcy Court Judge Burton Lifland. This is actually the second time Bank of New York Mellon has arranged such a transfer. In December, it transferred another $29 million of Madoff's funds to the trustee.
The trustee is handling the liquidation for the Securities Investor Protection Corp. Congress created the SIPC in 1970 to protect investors when a brokerage firm fails and cash and securities are missing from accounts. According to the SIPC website, funds from its reserve are available to satisfy the remaining claims of each customer up to a maximum of $500,000. This figure includes a maximum of $100,000 on claims for cash. Recovered funds are used to pay investors whose claims exceed SIPC's protection limit of $500,000. SIPC often draws down its reserve to aid investors.
The SIPC sent out 8,000 claim forms to Madoff investors who might be eligible for recovery in early January. Unfortunately, third-party investors - those whose Madoff investments were made through other entities - might not be eligible for the full SIPC benefit. Those investors could choose to sue the third party, and some hedge funds have already been named in such lawsuits.
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So there you have it folks.....lots of grime and slime to think about but do not worry we still have the icing on the cake to come when we get up front and personal with the powers that be in exposing there own involvement. As a taster perhaps we can recall just over a week ago we read the following headlines that involved our own dear PM David Cameron:
In the next issue, Part 3, will be some very interesting eye openers that could well shake the foundations of the Houses of Parliament that would make the "Guy Fawkes Plot Look Miniscule."
Keep watching this space for more grime and slime
Peter Eyre - Middle East Consultant - 1/3/2011