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PostPosted: Fri Jan 15, 2016 9:47 pm    Post subject: The BANKING PIRATES FROM THE CITY OF LONDON CORP. Reply with quote

The Banking Pirates of the City of London Corporation

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CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………………….5

PART ONE: EXAMPLE - HOW CITY PIRATES CONTROL NEW ZEALAND & CHINA

1. British Financial control of China: Example: PGG Wrightson (NZ) ………………13

2. Silver Fern Farms and the Control of the Global Meat Trade ……………………..25

3. PGG Wrightson: The Royal Society & changing GE to “Cisgenic”…………………34

4. PGG Wrightson’s collusion with DuPont & Monsanto ……………………………….38

5. Control of world food supply: Patents, hybridization & G.E. …………............51

6. PGG Wrightson: The Parable of the Tares – Poisoned wheat & flour………….61

7. How London banking pirates control agrochemical & seed giants………………66


PART TWO: HOW BRITISH BANKING PIRATES CONTROL THE WHOLE WORLD

8. History of Corporations …………………………………………………………………………....72

9. Corporation Sole: Control of the whole world ……………………………………………78

10. City of London Tax Havens: Global spiders web of Deceit ………………………….88

11. Keepers of the King’s Treasure: The Association of Global Custodians……….94

12. The King’s Jews…………………………………………………………………………………………99

13. City of London Corporation’s Protestant Hypocrisy………………………………….103

14. British Control of the Roman Catholic Church & Vatican………………………….110

15. British Infiltration of the Vatican……………………………………………………………..128

16. British Global Network of Interlocking Company Directorships………………..144

17. Prince Charles: Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism………………………………….....154

18. City of London Witchcraft: The Great Red Dragon, Gog & Magog………………174

19. International Bar Association: Global Control of Legal Profession……………..187

20. Mark of the Beast and British Control of Global Intelligence……………………..205

21. Daniel’s Beast Vision: Britain & USA etc. in Bible Prophecy……………………….218

22. Prince Charles COP21 Climate Change Summit: 30 Nov.-11 Dec. 2015……….249

23. Revelation 18: Coming Judgment of the City of London Corporation…………272

24. Elijah, King Ahab & Queen Jezebel: Queen Elizabeth II & Prince Charles……291

25. Prince Charles’ Climate Change False Prophet: Pope Francis & Laudato si’..300



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PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2016 4:45 pm    Post subject: TAKE OVER OF ARAMCO BY THE BRITISH-BANKERS Reply with quote



Martin, Again, if you read all these articles about plans to publicly list Aramco, it is British-banker-controlled oil companies that are planning to take up the shares and as we say, “soon privately own the world.”



http://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/jan/08/saudi-aramco-privatisation-plans-shock-oil-sector

Oil and gas companies
Saudi Aramco privatisation plans shock oil sector


If flotation goes ahead, Sauid oil producer will be world’s most valuable quoted company, dwarfing Apple, Exxon and Google


Saudi Arabian deputy crown prince Mohammed bin Salman supports a Saudi Aramco IPO. Photograph: Jacquelyn Martin/AP

Terry Macalister Energy editor

Friday 8 January 2016 16.05 GMT
Last modified on Monday 11 January 2016 09.48 GMT


Saudi Aramco, the world’s biggest oil producer, is studying plans to privatise some of its subsidiaries as well as offering shares in the main business.

The news follows comments made by Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Thursday that he supported the trillion-dollar company being prepared for an initial public offering (IPO). If the float goes ahead it will be the world’s most valuable quoted company, dwarfing Apple, Exxon and Google.
Saudi Arabia considers IPO for national oil group, Aramco



The moves have astonished the oil sector and led to speculation about whether a share float would change the Saudi strategy of driving down oil prices by refusing to cut back on production.

Analysts believe the world’s most valuable business will attract a lot of interest from potential investors, but warn that the Saudis could underestimate western concerns about Aramco’s traditional secrecy and the impact of falling oil prices.

A statement from the oil group said: “Saudi Aramco confirms that it has been studying various options to allow broad public participation in its equity through the listing in the capital markets of an appropriate percentage of the company’s shares and/or the listing of a bundle its downstream subsidiaries.

“This proposal is consistent with the broad and progressive direction pursued by the Kingdom for reforms, including privatization in various sectors of the Saudi economy and deregulation of markets.’’

Prince Mohammed expected a review of the business, which has reserves of 260bn barrels and 60,000 staff, to be completed within months. Any float could take place after that. Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

The Saudis have recently introduced a raft of changes to the economy, not least has been a decision to cut subsidies on domestic energy bills and a plan to introduce VAT taxes. Both are considered risky in a conservative country with such fragile democratic credentials.
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Jason Tuvey, a Middle East specialist at Capital Economics, said it was difficult to value Saudi Aramco and he had come across speculative figures ranging from $1tn to $10tn. Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

Even the lower figure means Aramco is worth three times as much as Exxon Mobil, and a 5% stake of that would easily dwarf the $25bn raised by China’s Alibaba group, whose $25bn float is the largest so far.

Fadel Gheit, a veteran oil analyst at Oppenheimer & Co brokerage in New York, questioned how easy it would be for the Saudis to pull off a significant flotation given Aramco was used to a very low level of transparency.

And he pointed out that Prince Mohammed had raised another issue at Aramco that could concern any potential buyers: corruption. Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

“If western investors are to be interested in Aramco they are going to want all sorts of details and reassurances about the way the company will be run, its growth prospects and dividend policies. Will the Saudi government be willing to provide these and relinquish control?

“The company may have huge oil reserves but look at what happened when Petrobras (the Brazilian state oil group) was privatised. There was a total lack of understanding of free markets and the stock dived in value.”
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