2022-08-02, Peter B. Meyer
The White Dragon Family
The defendants involved
Eighty-five per cent of the world’s gold ended up in Asia
The Bretton Woods agreement
Why President Kennedy was killed in 1963
How to End the Tyranny
Chiasso is a municipality in the canton of Ticino in Switzerland. It is located on the border with Italy.
It started one day in August 2009 in Chiasso 40 KM north of Milan:
“At the Italian-Swiss border crossing – bonds worth 134.5 billion were seized from two Japanese nationals. These included 249 US Federal Reserve bonds worth $500 million each, plus ten Kennedy bonds and other US government securities worth $1 billion each. What caught the attention of the police officers were the one billion dollar notes. Such large denominations are not available on the regular financial and banking markets. Only nation states deal in such amounts of money.”
Since this bizarre event, the story has only continued in the form of an extensive amount of “inside information”. To make a long story shorter; here is a brief resumé.
The Japanese were released shortly afterwards and never prosecuted. It later emerged that this was a trap to enable a lawsuit to be filed against the Federal Reserve. On November 23, 2011, an extensive 111-page legal complaint was filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. “This complaint has now become an evidentiary public case, as the sequel explains.”
Court reporter Dan McCue began asking the same questions you might now think. He was the first mainstream journalist to report on this story in Courthouse News Service (information since removed), which is a national news service for lawyers and the news media. McCue personally is not necessarily convinced; the article is titled “Bizarre Claim for $1 Trillion” (content removed)-but given that this is a real case, is this certainly interested enough to write about.