Panama Papers: The Anomalies

As observed earlier, the Panama Papers looked more like a poor propaganda retaliation against Putin and Assad than anything else, for the successful interruption to the Greater Israel plan of the Rothschilds.

So far, there are no direct involvements of the two personalities to the purported offshore crimes.
Here are a few anomalies about the Panama Papers:

  1. Heavy on graphics, but unsearchable 2.6 terabyte data;
  2. Initial leak prominently displayed Putin and Assad, but not anybody from the United States;
  3. Data leaked on friendly regimes are mediocre at best;
  4. The leak is funded by George Soros’ Open Society, et al.;
  5. Mossack Fonseca law firm, is founded by Nazis.

When emphasis is on the eye candies, but low on data, or deliberately make data inaccessible that should defeat the touted “leak”, and therefore, put the whole exercise to question.
wikileaks search bar
Unlike Wikileaks, which dumps all data and make them searchable by anyone through a search bar prominently displayed on the front page, this leak only gives you a guided indexed tour.
And its Syria right off the bat,
Or, Putin by The Guardian,
While both Putin and Assad’s faces are prominently displayed on its teaser video, nobody from the United States enjoys the same privilege.

“Billionaire brothers Arkady and Boris Rotenberg had the incredible good fortune of being childhood friends of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

…  Arkady and Boris Rotenberg were owners of at least seven companies registered in the British Virgin Islands, six with the help of Markom Management, a company that stayed in touch with Mossack Fonseca on behalf of the Rotenbergs. Arkady Rotenberg was connected to four of the companies and Boris Rotenberg to three of them . The companies often acted as interlocking shareholders alongside Markom, which was formerly SP Management. The firms were involved in everything from investing in a major pipeline construction company (through Causeway Consulting from Arkady Rotenberg) to buying equipment for the construction of an Italian villa in Tuscany for Arkady’s son Igor Rotenberg (through Highland Ventures Group from Boris Rotenberg).”

The records show Roldugin is a behind-the-scenes player in a clandestine network operated by Putin associates that has shuffled at least $2 billion through banks and offshore companies, an investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung and other media partners has found.

In the documents, Roldugin is listed as the owner of offshore companies that have obtained payments from other companies worth tens of millions of dollars. A company linked to the cellist also grabbed secret influence over Russia’s largest truck maker, another snagged a big slice of Russia’s TV advertising industry.

On Syrian President Bashar Assad,

“Brothers Rami and Hafez Makhlouf made a fortune exploiting family ties to their maternal first-cousin, Syrian President Bashar Assad, although they may have fallen out of favor in the last two years.

… In 1998 Rami Makhlouf used Polter Investments Inc. to invest in Syrian telecommunications with Jordanian investors. In 2002, Makhlouf co-founded Syriatel, a Syrian mobile telecom company. He held 10 percent of the shares personally and another 63 percent through his British Virgin Island company Drex Technologies S.A. The same year, Makhlouf’s co-investors in Syriatel sued him in Vienna where his Drex Technologies bank account held $2.6 million.”

Granting that all of these are true, are you to blame if your childhood friends, or cousins, turned out to be bank robbers when they grow up?
Data leaked on Ukraine’s self-appointed President Poroshenko does not contain earth-shaking revelations, but more of the “Russian invasion” rhetoric.

“In August 2014, as Russian troops rolled into Eastern Ukraine, Poroshenko became the sole shareholder of Prime Asset Partners Limited, which Mossack Fonseca set up in the British Virgin Islands.”

On Saudi Arabia’s King Salman,

King Salman held an unspecific role in Luxembourg company Safason Corporation SPF S.A., which was the shareholder of Verse Development Corporation, incorporated in the British Virgin Islands in 1999, and Inrow Corporation, incorporated in 2002. Inrow took out a mortgage in 2009 worth up to $26 million and Verse took out a second mortgage worth more than $8 million both of which were for luxury homes in central London.

In deep contrast, Saudi Arabia’s US investments amount to billions, and trillions more in preparation for a post-oil era.

It’s a secret of the vast U.S. Treasury market, a holdover from an age of oil shortages and mighty petrodollars: Just how much of America’s debt does Saudi Arabia own?

But now that question — unanswered since the 1970s, under an unusual blackout by the U.S. Treasury Department — has come to the fore as Saudi Arabia is pressured by plunging oil prices and costly wars in the Middle East.

In the past year alone, Saudi Arabia burned through about $100 billion of foreign-exchange reserves to plug its biggest budget shortfall in a quarter-century. For the first time, it’s also considering selling a piece of its crown jewel — state oil company Saudi Aramco. The signs of strain are prompting concern over Saudi Arabia’s outsize position in the world’s largest and most important bond market.

Saudi Arabia is getting ready for the twilight of the oil age by creating the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund for the kingdom’s most prized assets.

Over a five-hour conversation, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman laid out his vision for the Public Investment Fund, which will eventually control more than $US2 trillion ($2.6 trillion) and help wean the kingdom off oil.

Saudi Arabia is of course a family run business and not a government.
This doesn’t mean that the Khazarian Mafia don’t have enough data to pin these regimes down. What these information are really aimed at is to serve as a warning that more is coming if they completely abandon their Godfather out in the cold as the global financial reset continues to unfold.
Cameron should better behave about his Brexit rhetoric if he wants to stay with Queen’s pro-China divestments.
Perhaps this should explain the obvious bias of the much advertised leak.
Among the financiers of the Panama Papers are the:

  • George Soros’ Open Society and;
  • Ford Foundation

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Vladimir Putin, it was reported earlier, had issued a warrant of arrest for Rothschild’s’ economic hitman George Soros, who was responsible for the Russian economic crisis in 1990s.
Mossack Fonseca law firm, whose data formed the basis of the Panama Papers leak, is tied to Nazionists. And it’s easy to conclude that,

“… the Mossack Fonseca law firm is a handy work of the Khazarian Mafia to draw in State leaders and companies purposely to create a bargaining chip on all of them for later use. Blackmailing is a tried and tested method of controlling leaderships everywhere.”

Above all, this is a war for your mind. This is one effective way of constraining the global conversation to only about themselves, and away from the most pressing issues of global poverty, deteriorating quality of life, eugenic-centric mass immunizations, and carbon-based environmental false flag.

3 thoughts on “Panama Papers: The Anomalies”

  1. Folks
    The next piece of commentary tells you how young I am, not that that’s important as I still have all my own teeth and hair. You. We we just have to laugh, or do we?
    Never a rich man, except perhaps when measured against the lowest standards of a monetary wage slave. I would enjoy daytime television in the form of As The Stomach Turn, starring Donald McCairy? And then again there was Micky beautiful wife, Maggie. With her red hair. Man as old as I am now, I’m momentarily starting to thaw out, of my long time chill. I also long for John Boy yelling throughout the Walton;s old homestead, a top of Waltons Mountain …Goodnight Grand Pa, Goog Night Grand Ma…
    It just seems to me that we, both you and I dear reader, are living in a Soap Opera, where no matter what goes wrong and or whoever is responsible for doing the (CRIMINAL WRONG) no one is actually accountable and or responsible for the Psychopathic and Murderous Criminal assault on human life and property.
    A former Gov (CEO NO LESS) of the Bank of England was on Radio tonight, and re recons that in ten years from now, in 2026, the real growth rate of the world economy will have recovered to as low as (1%) that’s right, as low as 1%. But he went on to say that, “he isn’t in the game of blaming anyone”. Well of course He ISN’T, He is precisely one of the many human beings who have, by way of endorsing banking practices, helped ripoff GLOBAL WEALTH in the first instance. Its would be comedic and laughable, in a Mork and Mindy sort of way, IF IT WASN’T FOR THE REAL WORLD PENURY THAT OUR GRANDCHILDREN will have to endure.
    Beam me up Scottie.
    Anthony P Healy.

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