He said the cavalry was coming.
He told us to sit back and watch the fireworks.
He promised the best 4th of July ever.
Everyone said nothing happened in the week leading up to America’s 2012 Independence Day.
Maybe we were looking in the wrong direction.
David Wilcock put it into perspective in last night’s article when he outlined the significance of the LIBOR scandal. He said, “Mass arrests must begin with mass charges, and mass court cases — and that has now arrived.”
As I have said over the past week, I do not believe the mass arrests are the peaceful response. However, I do believe they serve a purpose as we transition from our current mentally to our new one.
They increase the awareness necessary to remove the influence of the Cabal.
And, we must become aware before we can formulate a peaceful response.
Therefore, I continue to cover this story.
Wilcock makes a compelling argument that the LIBOR scandal has indeed given the mass arrests story its legs.
The story broke on June 27th with an announcement that Barclay’s had been fined hundreds of millions of dollars for fixing LIBOR. Over the following week, it took a series of twists and turns that resulted in Bob Diamond, CEO of Barclay’s, resigning his position.
Now, legal teams are now lining up to bring suit against all of these banks as the general public realizes the theft that was perpetrated through the manipulation of LIBOR.
Wilcock says criminal charges are likely.
Thus, there will be mass charges that will lead to mass arrests.
And, if there was any doubt regarding the existence of the Cabal, Wilcock reminds us of a New Scientist study I wrote about previously. It demonstrates that most of the world’s wealth is controlled by 147 companies.
What is the most influential company on this list?
That’s right, one week prior to the 4th of July, a huge banking scandal emerged that targeted the most influential company in the world.
That’s not all.
This was just the latest in a round of actions that have neutered the Fed.
I’ve written numerous articles about The Trillion Dollar Lawsuit that resulted in liens filed against all twelve branches of the Fed. Those liens have made it virtually impossible for the Fed to print money.
Fed Chairman Bernanke can only hint that he might turn on the presses.
That’s not all that happened on that fateful day.
On June 27th, Drake turned off the yellow light and turned on his green light. He has received nothing but criticism every since.
Looking back, may I suggest that we gain a new perspective?
It is one where the cavalry wears business suits.
The fireworks are camouflaged as banking scandals.
And, we must be aware to enjoy our holidays.
Maybe Drake was right after all.