BCCI Operations. Inside the Global Banking Intelligence Complex

Tuesday, October 12, 2010
By Paul Martin

By: David DeGraw
Market Oracle
Oct 12, 2010

To get a more complete understanding of our current crisis, we need to look at the history of events that led up to it. We need to peer deeply into the inner workings of the Global Banking Intelligence Complex. Without acknowledging and exposing the covert forces that are aligned against us, we will not be able to effectively overcome them.

In the past I have shied away from going too deeply into the details of the intelligence world out of fear of being written off and dismissed as a conspiracy theorist. If I hadn’t spent the majority of the past 20 years investigating global financial intelligence operations, I certainly wouldn’t believe half of this myself. Given the severity of our current crisis and the imminent devastating implications, I now realize that I must go deeper into covert activities than I publicly ever have. The information I am about to report is very well-sourced and documented, and needs to be covered before we can proceed to exposing present operations.

I: All Roads Go Through BCCI

Here is a partial list of the economic and political scandals that I investigated throughout the 1980s and early ’90s:

 The Savings & Loan scandal;

 Stock market manipulation and money laundering;

 Iran-Contra Affair;

 The October Surprise and Iran hostage crisis;

 Iraqgate-BNL and the rise and funding of Saddam Hussein;

 Pakistan’s nuclear program and the selling of bomb-making technology to Libya, Iran and North Korea;

 The rise and funding of the Afghan Mujahideen (founding and funding of the Taliban and Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda network);

 Illegal weapon sales to Iran and Saudi Arabia;

 The proliferation of Middle Eastern terrorism;

 The international drug trade run by people like Manuel Noriega and Pablo Escobar.

All of these scandals had one vital thing in common, the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI).

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