I received a message today from someone in Spain who reported that he already had his table-top (TTM or Exchange) meeting in Zurich, and received 1 pct of his payout. I suspect that this was a first small payment to bridge it to the release of the remaining funds worldwide.
Besides, he’s a whale, so that little amount was still huge.
His partner is also preparing for a trip to Zurich. He shares this information so that we are encouraged that the exchange is GOOD and is real, and our round should take place soon.
By Abel Danger: Last Monday, the US was freed from the crown and we are a sovereign nation! This will be announced on the 4th or 5th of July.
The distribution of the US on the Zim bond has been delayed many times because shameful beings do not want us to get them.
They do not want us to become millionaires, billionaires or even trillionaires! – Incidentally, here are the same attaching love and so true sentences of another aspirant .. from this JET. I do not say his name anyway, but ..
Original Message in German:
The “Hidden Secrets of Money” series by Mike Maloney
Money vs Currency – Hidden Secrets Of Money Episode 1 – Mike Maloney
Seven Stages Of Empire – Hidden Secrets Of Money Episode 2 – Mike Maloney
This Timeline Shows The Death Of The US Dollar As World Reserve – Hidden Secrets Of Money Episode 3 https://youtu.be/y-IemeM-Ado?t=1
The Federal Reserve: Biggest Scam In The History Of Mankind – Hidden Secrets of Money Ep 4 https://youtu.be/iFDe5kUUyT0?t=1
Where Does Money Come From? – Hidden Secrets Of Money Ep 5 – Mike Maloney
Top 4 Reasons For Deflation BEFORE Hyperinflation – Hidden Secrets Of Money Episode 6 (Mike Maloney) https://youtu.be/8GP87dgTqF8?t=1
The Money Illusion – Hidden Secrets Of Money Episode 7 – Mike Maloney
From Bitcoin To Hedera Hashgraph (Documentary) Hidden Secrets Of Money Episode 8
Fall Of Empires: Rome vs USA (Hidden Secrets Of Money Ep 9)
American Bread & Circus (Hidden Secrets Of Money Ep 10)
DJ: DID YOU KNOW?
A lot of narrative has been circulating for quite some time about the, now 90,000 plus, sealed indictments due to be served as a prerequisite of the GCR. Along with the indictments, mention of Military Tribunals performing the adjudication proceedings is suggested. But what is the reality of both, what is their function and how do they work?
Prosecutors generally don’t call for grand juries until they’re confident in the strength of their case. The grand jury does not determine guilt or innocence, but only whether there is probable cause to believe that a crime was committed and that a specific person or persons committed it. If the grand jury finds probable cause to exist, then it will return a written statement of the charges called an “indictment.” After that, the accused will go to trial.
The Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution requires the federal government to seek an indictment from a grand jury in order to prosecute someone for a felony or “otherwise infamous” crime.
Since an indictment comes after a grand jury but typically before an arrest, it may be “sealed” for however much time is needed to prevent the defendant or other suspects from fleeing, destroying evidence, or otherwise evading justice. The grand jury requirement is not extended to the states, but many states follow a similar procedure for the prosecution of serious felonies (and some misdemeanors).
When suspects are charged with lesser crimes (such as misdemeanors or lower-level felonies), the process generally begins with the prosecutor filing a criminal complaint, often following an arrest and only when there is probable cause for the charges. Some courts use preliminary hearings instead of grand juries to determine probable cause for more serious criminal charges, where judges decide whether there is enough evidence for the case to go to trial.
A grand jury indictment is the product of sworn witness testimony and/or physical evidence, analyzed by a grand jury made up of local citizens. The grand jury’s role is to determine whether there is in fact probable cause (not guilt) for criminal charges, which generally carries much more weight than a simple criminal complaint.
Grand juries are convened in secrecy and usually don’t involve judges or defense lawyers. So information accumulated through testimony to a grand jury is only relevant to the decision being made, by the grand jury, to move forward to a prosecution status. All wrong doing and evidence will be presented in the trial forum.
Defendants may choose to waive their right to a grand jury if the prosecutor is offering an attractive plea bargain, but doing so amounts to an agreement with the prosecution that it has enough evidence to take the case to trial.
It hasn’t made any sense to me how there could be that many indictments. The resources required to compile the adequate amount of evidence to be presented to, or considered by, a grand jury seems like it would be massive. Who has been writing those checks to pay for all the legal pretrial presentation material?
Turns out you only have enough information to create probable cause when a crime has been committed. Makes more sense, but still, the man hours alone must be in billions.
Is corruption really worse than ever or have we become more adept in finding it? The past few decades have witnessed an unending series of criminal indictments against mayors, county executives, state legislators and members of Congress. To be clear, the fact that more of these abuses are coming to light is a good thing. Officials who misuse public funds or otherwise break the law should be held accountable.
We find ourselves faced with the question, is this sort of corruption worse than it used to be or is something wrong with the psyche of all these leaders that lead them to risk career and reputation on what seem like inexplicable acts of stupidity?
It’s the way political power affects the people who gain it. They get access to power, and they begin to feel entitled. It’s just being brought into the open in a way that it rarely was before, and it has become more socially unacceptable when it is revealed. We pin them for it far more than we used to because people are less willing to let it slide.
Military tribunals in the United States are military courts designed to try members of enemy forces during wartime, operating outside the scope of conventional criminal and civil proceedings. The judges are military officers and fulfill the role of jurors. Military tribunals are distinct from court-martials.
A military tribunal is an inquisitorial system based on charges brought by military authorities, prosecuted by a military authority, judged by military officers, and sentenced by military officers against a member of an enemy army.
A military tribunal or commission is most usually used to refer to a court that asserts jurisdiction over persons who are members of an enemy army, are held in military custody, and are accused of a violation of the laws of war.
The notion or suggestion that these indictments will be heard by a military tribunal or commission doesn’t seem to fit unless it is a violation of the “laws of war” or a particular civilians’ action is considered working with the enemy.
Military tribunals, generally speaking, do not assert jurisdiction over people who are acknowledged to be civilians who are alleged to have broken civil or criminal laws. However, military tribunals are sometimes used to try individuals not affiliated with a particular state’s military who are nonetheless accused of being combatants and acting in violation of the laws of war.
“The law of war refers to the component of international law that regulates the conditions for war (jus ad bellum) and the conduct of warring parties (jus in bello). Laws of war define sovereignty and nationhood, states and territories, occupation, and other critical terms of international law”.
Keep in mind, this revalued currency and a new financial system cannot be placed in the hands of those who corrupted the current one. They have to be taken out of the picture or at least put under control first.
Understanding the process of how indictments and a military tribunal work brings up the question of how 90,000 plus indictments can functionally be issued. Indictments are not necessarily a warrant for arrest and only under extreme conditions can a military tribunal prosecute a civilian.
Considering these indictments span over multiple countries, in what venues will they be heard? This is just an example of how the U.S. Judicial system works; how do other countries’ establish venue or jurisdiction? Has a Grand Jury been established to hear these cases? If so, who called for the Grand jury? Who is in charge of appointing the jury?
Here is a big question, what is the pecking order for serving these indictments? Will they start at the top of the food change with the most notable individuals and allow the shock factor to trickle down to those who might have otherwise attempted to fool a grand jury inquisition or will they start at the lower levels and hope for individuals to roll over on those up the food chain? It is all about the cause and effect the powers-to-be are after.
Too many questions and not enough answers. As these and more questions become self-evident we will see a GCR. In other words we shouldn’t even have to ask the questions, the answers should be evident for all to see.
All the mechanisms required to engage the GCR/RV are functional and in place, and the only thing holding it up is the geo-political activity. The whip-lash from indictments being served both politically and economically and how the narrative will be delivered to the public is where things are stalled.
To explain something before the fact is a reason. To explain something after the fact is an excuse. There is a fine line between reason and excuse.
“The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” — Thomas Jefferson