Thursday, 3 October 2013

Combined International Collateral Accounts of The Global Debt Facility


 
In 1875 the wealth and assets of the royal families and nations held under colonial rule were centralized into one combined account to be used to the benefit of all nations of the world. This is known as the Combined International Collateral Accounts of the Global Debt Facility. Within its ledger is Saint Germain's Foundation Divine and World Trust which is now worth $1 quatrodecillion dollars. This money will be used to bankroll NESARA and the prosperity funds.

Extensions of this agreement were expanded through international treaties, some of which are still classified as top secret, including:

Jekyll Island Treaty (1910)
The London Treaty (1920)
The Second Plan of the Experts (1929)
The Hague Agreement (1930)
The Far East Combined Depositories Agreement (1932 1945)
The Bretton Woods Agreement (1944)
The B.I.S. / Allies Agreement (1948)
The Green Hilton Agreement (1963)
The Schweitzer Conventions (1968)
The Election / Appointment of Sole Arbiter Agreements (1995)
The Washington Panel (1998)
The Treaty for Respecting the Rights (2003)

These treaties were ratified by the sovereign nations of the world and not their fake corporate government counterparts. Proof of such is recorded in every nations charter of the U.N. The USA charter is based on the constitution and thus subject to constitutional law. Only Kings or Queens, Presidents, Prime Ministers, and in some cases Minsters of Finance or Foreign Affairs are granted access to these accounts. Verification is undertaken through a specific office under specific protocols dictated by the Head Office of the United Nations.

After World War II, from 1945 to 1995 the assets in the Collateral Accounts were managed by The Trillenium Trilateral Tripartite Commission representing America, the United Kingdom, and France. The commission selected the dollar an international reserve currency and they gave the CIA legal responsibility to protect the collateral assets. Countries which did not want a permanent CIA presence on their soil would be allowed to subcontract the protection under the same terms and conditions of the treaties. Soon after, the CIA began to steal assets from the collateral accounts and use them for every New World Order pet project imaginable.

To curtail these illegal activities in 1995, the Trillenium Trilateral Tripartite Commission was stripped of its power and placed under the control of the International Treasury Controller and the Office of International Treasury Control at the United Nations. Additionally, they now have jurisdiction over the IMF, World Bank, and the Bank of International Settlements which are all part of the Collateral Accounts. Despite this; the IMF, World Bank, and BIS continue to use the assets illegally for their own financing without giving any thought to the needs of the people of the world.

This video was originally made for Prime Ministers, Presidents, Kings, Queens, and the heads of national banks, but now you can see it too.


Read more :
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9E8650DA66391797

Enter the ‘Emperor of Indonesia’

           

A Tanjung Malim-born Dutch citizen claims he is a descendent of the Emperor of China and that his bloodline is linked to royal families in India, Java and Siam.
 
IT is not every day that you get to meet a trillionaire. So when I was invited to interview Kamal Ashnawi, a person I've never heard of, I said yes.
 
On Saturday morning, at a Kuala Lumpur hotel coffee house together with two of Kamal's aides, I waited for the so-called trillionaire.
 
Wearing a baseball cap, long-sleeved shirt and jeans, he sauntered over to our table. The two aides bowed, pressed their palms together to their forehead as if greeting royalty and kissed his hands.
 
“We call him Tuanku as he is a sultan from Indonesia,” one of the aides whispered to me.
 

The money trail: Kamal with a document which he claims proves that he is a trillionaire.

 
 
According to Kamal, he is a Dutch citizen born in Tanjung Malim, Perak, on Jan 1, 1964.
 
“I'm a descendent of the Emperor of China and in a history that went haywire, my family fled from China to Kedah. I traced my bloodline to the royal families of China, India, Java and Siam,” claimed the man who is also known as Raden Mas Prabhu Gusti Agung Ki Asmoro Wijoyo.
 
“I grew up in Tanjung Malim and my family here is very simple and ordinary. Nobody in my family talks about our royal blood and wealth. But my grandmother once told me: “You are special and, when the time comes, you will know.”
 
It was in Holland in the late 1980s that Kamal “found out who he really was”. A member of an Indonesian royal family, kicked out of the country by president Sukarno, told him he was of royal blood.
 
In London in the early 1990s, a lawyer told Kamal about his royal family's massive wealth. Unconvinced, he told the lawyer to prove his claims.
 
He and the lawyer flew from London to Hong Kong to meet the “keeper of the royal treasure”. From there, Kamal and the keeper travelled to Kunming in China.
 
They hiked up a mountain for four hours and reached a cave guarded by an old couple who, Kamal says, are immortals.
 
“If you tried to pass them without their blessing, you would cough blood and die,” he said.
 
Inside the three-metre-high cave, Kamal saw gold bars stacked like a pagoda, US$15mil (RM46mil) in jade and US$10mil (RM31mil) in diamonds and stacks of US dollars.
 
“I took a gold bar and knocked it on a rock. It was really gold. The treasure is the wealth of the dynasties that ruled China. Their wealth was also kept in other mountains and in vaults all over the world,” he said.
 
About three years ago, when Kamal watched Nicholas Cage's movie National Treasure, he laughed.
 
“The treasure in the movie was small compared to the wealth I saw in the mountain,” he said.
 
Next, Kamal told of his meeting two years ago in Kuala Lumpur with Dr Wong Eng Po, a royal physician from China.
 
Dr Wong placed his hand on Kamal's bald head, then immediately bowed in front of Kamal and ordered his five followers to do the same.
 
“He said I was the reincarnation of Emperor Nurhaci (1661-1626) of China. He felt an energy on my head which was superhuman because an emperor, unlike an ordinary human, has to think more.
 
“I'm the reincarnation of two emperors of China,” Kamal added.
 
He elaborated that a few years ago, the royal family decided he would be the sole administrator of the royal wealth kept in secret accounts in about 1,000 banks worldwide.
 
“This means that 86.7% of the world's money belongs to me,” he said.
 
Taking out several folders, Kamal said: “You're lucky, I brought documents.”
 
He produced an A4-sized paper with the photographs of the national treasure, the immortal couple and several “official-looking” letters allegedly from HSBC certifying he has an account of five trillion euros (RM20tril).
 
“That is a small amount. I have more money in other banks and institutions,” he added.
 
I wondered why his name has not appeared in the Forbes' list of world's richest people. And a suspicion lingered about his claims.
 
However, I could not authenticate his documents since the bank was closed for Chinese New Year.
 
Kamal has not made any withdrawal from the account as “it is not money that you can move just like that”.
 
“The money is under the control of Indonesia, Germany, Britain, the US and the Euro Central Bank and I've got to go smooth with them,” he said.
 
“I can't use the money directly but I will invest in certain projects. Like three trillion euros (RM12tril) to green a desert in China.”
 
Curious, I asked what was the difference between a billionaire and a trillionaire.
 
He replied: “A billionaire needs to show he has the money. But for me, I don't need to show that I got money. I can travel in a bus. I can wear slippers.”
 
Born in the year of the dragon, Kamal believes 2012 is his year. In March, he says he will negotiate with institutions such as the IMF to be recognised as the Emperor of Indonesia.
 
He says he's rich. But his story could just be as rich.
 
Let's hope he is not another Elie Youssef Najem, the so-called Lebanese billionaire who made headlines for all the wrong reasons.
 
Read more : http://www.thestar.com.my/story.aspx?file=%2f2012%2f1%2f26%2fnation%2f20120126072339
 

Malaysian world’s first trillionaire?

 
 
By Yow Hong Chieh
January 22, 2012

 
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 22 — A Malaysian businessman who claims descent from Javanese royalty has alleged that he has some €5 trillion (RM20 trillion) in savings, which would make him the world’s first trillionaire and the world’s richest man by far. 
 
Perak-born Kamal Ashnawi, who heads Sierra Petroleum Sdn Bhd, disclosed this at a press conference here yesterday where he showed reporters a copy of a bank statement from HSBC London, Utusan Malaysia reported today. 
 
The riches were inherited from the Combined International Collateral of the Global Debt Facility set up in 1875 by the world’s royal families, he claimed. 
Forbes magazine lists Mexican telco tycoon Carlos Slim HelĂș as the world’s richest man, with an estimated net worth of US$63.3 billion (RM196.5 billion) in 2011. 
 
Coming in a close second on the rich list is Microsoft founder Bill Gates, whose net worth is reported to be US$59 billion (RM182.3 billion). 
 
In comparison, Malaysia’s richest man, Ananda Krishnan, has a net worth of only US$9.6 billion (RM29.8 billion). 
 
Kamal had called the press conference to refute allegations following the failure of a crude oil processing plant in Kuala Kedah he had proposed in 2005, the Malay-language daily reported. 
 
“This is my last offer to help Malays and companies by investing in three projects in Perlis, Johor and Kelantan in the near future,” he was quoted as saying. 
 
The projects comprise a commercial tourism centre in Kuala Perlis, a Pirates of the Caribbean theme park in Danga Bay, Johor Bahru and a commerical project in Kelantan. 
 
They will be spearheaded by SAS Group, a group of alumni from Sekolah Alam Shah, where Kamal had gone to school. 
 
Since the failure of the proposed Kuala Kedah plant, Kamal has spent much of his time overseas. He said yesterday he intends to reside in Hong Kong for a few years starting in March before moving to Indonesia.
 
 

World's first 'trillionaire'

 


 
KUALA LUMPUR: Although he is not listed as the world's richest man, Perak-born Kamal Ashnawi claims he has more than E 5 trillion (RM20 trillion) in his savings.
  
In an interview with Mingguan Malaysia yesterday, he backed up his claims by presenting copies of bank statements from HSBC in London to the reporters, which should enable him to become the first person in the world to be called "trillionaire".
 
Kamal, is the president and chief executive officer of Sierra Petroleum (M) Sdn Bhd. He had in 2005 proposed an oil refinery project in Kedah said.
  
Kamal said he planned to invest in three projects in Perlis, Johor and Kelantan soon.
 
Kamal added that all business would be handed over to SAS Group, a group of former students of Sekolah Menengah Sains Alam Shah.
 
Kamal said he will be residing in Hong Kong in March with his family before going to Indonesia.
 
He said his wealth was derived from the royal heritage through the accounts of the Combined International Collateral Global Debt Facility in 1875.
 
He also claimed that he was a royal descendant from Java, Indonesia with the name Raden Mas Prabhu Gusti Agung Ki Asmoro Wijoyo and was expected to be crowned as King of Indonesia in the next few years.