The Federal Reserve's foundation gold is stolen Russian gold. - Jim Willie, Perpetual Assets interview, July 5, 2018
Tomorrow a historic meeting will ensue between Presidents Trump and Putin in Helsinki. As earth-shaking as that is, most Internet consumers will be deluged with ads of distraction proffered by yet another Amazon Prime sales bonanza, tantalizing us with more shiny toys that we don't need. Fortunately, the more perceptive among us will be paying attention to the Finland event as we watch the outer edges of some kind of #TPX (Trump-Putin-Xi) coalition begin to take shape.
From within that pool of attentive people will be an even smaller subset of observers who have noted the commemorative significance of the date chosen for the meeting: July 16, 2018. It just so happens that this date marks the 100 year anniversary of arguably one of the more astonishing events of the year 1918, even when framed within the perspective of a "civilized" world emerging from its first flirtation with mechanized world warfare. The Russian people will certainly never forget it: the cold-blooded shooting, bayonetting, and clubbing to death of the Romanov royal family by the Bolshevik usurpers in Yekaterinburg, Russia.
The whole story still has no satisfying conclusion and I won't go into the mythos here. Only 40 years later, Hollywood was already romanticizing the event as its history was quickly shuffled into the dustbin of legend. Movies like Dr. Zhivago, Fiddler On the Roof, and Anastasia are now regarded as classic films that divert the audience's attention to the imagined poetry of the Russian labor revolution and its aftermath. There is no end to the fictional narratives and non-fictional documentaries that recount the ongoing mystery and outright deception as the Russian people continue to strive to understand the truth of how their culture blew up with a regicide one summer's night in 1918.
I will mention the movie Anastasia here just for a moment because there is a plot point in the film that connects the dots to the statement quoted at the top of this blog by Jim Willie. The movie portrays what became a bit of a cottage industry across Europe and Russia following the execution. A rumor spread that either one, or both, of the youngest children of Tsar Nicholas II had escaped the family's murderous fate and were now safely concealed by some royal relative or an agent loyal to the monarchy. Potential heiress candidates began popping up everywhere. That part of the movie is true and, as you might expect, there are hundreds of living relatives of the Romanov dynasty spread throughout Europe, like Nicoletta Romanov, the dazzling Italian actress whose picture was shown at the outset of this article. In fact, when the remains of the Romanov victims were found in 1979, Queen Elizabeth's husband, Prince Philip, allowed a sample of his DNA to be used to help identify the Romanov deceased - that's how closely related the royal bloodlines of Europe are.
The plot of the movie has the former Russian White General Bounine scheming to invent a convincing heiress to be presented to the Grand Duchess, a relative of Tsar Nicholas II. If the true heiress can be found, she can put forth her claim to an inheritance of £10 million that's waiting for her, safely tucked away in some British bank. Of course, the good White General wants a piece of that action so he sets off to find a decent actress willing to comply with the scheme.
However, the point here is, of course, that the Romanov inheritance was held on account in a British bank. That was the Tsar's first mistake: placing the family treasury in the hands of his royal British cousins and the duplicitous banksters of the City of London. And wasn't that Temple just oh too happy to be of service to the Tsar by keeping all that gold safe in British vaults. After all, there was a war on, you know, and what place could be safer than a British vault? Hadn't the family just enjoyed their Tercentenary Jubilee in 1913 wherein the people of Russia reaffirmed their love for the monarchy, with the Times of London noting that "no hope seems too confident or too bright" for the Romanov future? Why, it seems like only yesterday that the family was enjoying the Cowes Week yachting regatta on the Isle of Wight in 1909.
Surely the Romanov Royals could trust their royal cousins on the other end of Europe to keep the family gold safe?
And yet it now looks as if nothing could have been further from the truth. These are Jim Willie's comments in a recent interview with Will Lehr of "Perpetual Assets" at the 23-minute mark:
Who was the wealthiest man on earth in 1905? Tsar Nicholas Romanov. His brother, King George of England, decided to kill him and steal his gold, take the bulk of it and move it to New York and start the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve's foundation gold is stolen Russian gold. Do you see why the Rothschilds want to keep Russia at bay?
Russia wants its gold back.
Therefore, don't think for one moment that the lessons of history are lost on Vladimir Putin, who, as Webster Tarpley once remarked, keeps a photograph of the Romanov family hanging on the wall above one of his desks. In Russia, a hundred years ago is like yesterday.
Donald John Trump and the X-Tech
Neither should we fool ourselves into thinking that President Trump, a man known for building golf resorts, making deals, and lobbing well-placed grenades of social chaos all around him, is ignorant of history either. I will continue mentioning the unfolding series of YouTube conversations with Daniel Liszt of DarkJournalist.com until I am blue in the face.
In the show posted just two days ago, DJ laid out the recent history that swirls around the POTUS in the field of free energy and what Daniel calls the "X-Tech". Putin and Trump might have many differences, but as any good negotiator will tell you, one starts by finding the common ground between the two parties. We know for a fact that both of these men have a love for Tesla-like Directed Energy and the exploration of space.
President Trump grew up in the shadow of a physicist uncle who was quite famous among the science echelons of MIT and that inner core of Mystery School disciples called the "Rad Lab" of the 1940's. As events progress throughout the remainder of Trump's first term in office, you will gradually see the unfolding of his destiny, a destiny planned several decades ago by men like Uncle John Trump, Vannevar Bush, Norman Vincent Peale, and especially Trump's political mentor, former president Richard M. Nixon.
It is probably no coincidence that we watched the implosion of FBI credibility this past week as yet another Jesuit-schooled agent, Peter Strzok [whose brother is a Jesuit priest -- JWS], took leave of all common sense in front of Congressional scrutiny. No doubt the next few days will be littered with one examination after another of the senseless #Russiagate investigation in the wake of yet more hopeless, senseless "Russian indictments".
The reason I bring up this shattered pile of Jello that we used to call the FBI is because the duplicity of that agency also came up in the Dark Journalist show mentioned above. It appears that, after Professor John Trump got his hands on Tesla's private papers immediately following the famous inventor's death, the FBI played a decades-long game of "hot potato" with the more juicy morsels of the Tesla research. Frankly, to this day, nobody officially knows WHO has custody of Tesla's secret X-Tech research. But I'll bet somebody does know, unofficially. And I bet it's somebody who currently resides in the White House. That could also help explain the confidence by which President Trump has now embarked on his scorched-earth agenda of destroying old paradigms all across the EU. He has a cocky "I know something you don't know" attitude.
However, President Trump is not alone in that knowledge. He is merely one of the current representatives of those Mystery Schools whose trove of sacred "X-tech" legacies has been carefully preserved forward, from Venice, from Rome, from Greece, from Persia, from India, and even from Babylon and Egypt themselves.
Tomorrow he will sit down, face to face, with a man whose culture has also been preserving and developing world-changing technology. Do you get the feeling that a fresh deck of cards is being dealt as a new game begins? We are anxious to see what additional players will join that table.