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US Govt. $11 Trillion Write Up In Fy 2004 - Why?

January 31, 2005


Sprott Asset Management reports that the US government reports an $11 trillion increase in its liabilities for fiscal 2004. This leads to several unanswered questions.

Why is the US government uncooking its book?

Is the New World Order attempting to authenticate $4 trillion or more fraudulently issued Treasury, Ginnie Mae and or other government and government agency securities fraudulently issued in connection with money missing from the government?

Is the New World Order consolidating clean up of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac fraudulent securities and derivative losses by consolidating them into the federal accounts?

Is the New World Order recognizing the accumulated liabilities in the Exchange Stabalization Fund and other accounts of manipulating the gold, mortgage, derivative and other markets?

Is the New World Order attempting to justify liabilities in retirement and other funds from which it has criminally stolen balances?

When the group gathered in Davos implies that the dollar will be supported by money coming from offshore to buy up America's assets, do they really mean that America is about to be bought by the monies stolen from her?

Is the Bush syndicate about to duplicate their 1989 scenario of buying up assets cheap with stolen money?

What is the return on investment when you can buy up a families assets for cheap with the money you have stolen from them?

Was 9-11 an inside job designed to ensure that the New World Order got away with financial coup d'etat?

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