Tuesday, January 5, 2010

An American Heads Interpol Executive Order 12425

This story of course falls under pure speculation that an American was picked as the head of interpol to clean up the corruption within the U.S. government and specifically the banking information. The information is based on Raye Allan's former husband Gunther Russbacher who was the number 3 man in the CIA during the Reagan years and a Knight Templar, alledge to possess a note for a gold-backed trust ear-marked to restore Sovereign Republics currency systems. The story is intriguing for a couple of reasons symbolically the man's name is Nobel who appears to be a light-skinned black, like you know who, who won the Nobel prize for peace for his good looks... Ronald Nobel's background as the undersecretary of the Treasury. Knowing a little about the commercial code, there are two sides to the treasury the fiat currency side and the real money side. Whether Mr. Nobel represents the gold-backed side is unknown at this point, but you never know, maybe there is some change around the corner being led by a black man..
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Ronald K. Noble was elected Secretary General by the 69th INTERPOL General Assembly in Rhodes, Greece, in 2000, and was unanimously reelected to a second five-year term by the 74th INTERPOL General Assembly in Berlin, Germany, in 2005. He is also a tenured Professor of Law at New York University School of Law, on leave of absence while serving as INTERPOL’s Secretary General.

Mr Noble previously served as the United States Department of Treasury’s first Undersecretary for Enforcement (1993-1996), where he was in charge of some of the US’s then-largest law enforcement agencies, including the Secret Service, Customs Service, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, and Office of Foreign Assets Control. Prior to that, he served as an Assistant US Attorney and Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the US Department of Justice (1984-1989).

A former member of INTERPOL’s Executive Committee, Mr Noble was also President of the 26-nation Financial Action Task Force, the anti-money laundering organization established by the G7 in 1989. Mr Noble served as a Law Clerk for Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., of the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, from 1982-1984, where he received the highest evaluation ever given to a Law Clerk by Judge Higginbotham.


Note from Rayelan:

Just keep this in the back of your mind while trying to figure out what is going on.

When Gunther was released from prison in December of 1993, he was offered a job that would have put him at the top of the 13 intelligence agencies here in the United States. This would be a position where he would liaison with intelligence agencies around the world.

While Gunther was supposedly in prison in Austria, I knew he was working with Interpol.

After Gunther left me, Sherman Skolnick found him living in Bristol, England running a group of intelligence agencies known as Group 26

According to Sherman, Group 26 was made up of the 13 existing United States Intelligence agencies and 13 European Intelligence agencies... Interpol included.

Gunther told me that the type of crimes that are destroying the United States will never be handled by law enforcement in the United States because the President and the Attorney General have the power to divert investigations and/or make up charges against the men and women who are actually trying to do their jobs and expose crimes and arrest those involved. Many times those involved are closely connected to Presidents, Congressmen and other high level government appointees.... people that the president and the Attorney General will protect.

At that time, 95-96, I was so angry with President George H.W. Bush and President Clinton for their crimes... i.e. Randy Weaver, Waco, the Murrah Building as well as financial crimes such as BCCI, Nugen Hand, Household Finance and others... that I wanted Interpol to have authority here in the United States to arrest these high ranking crooks!!

President Obama's financial team appears to have "lost" trillions of dollars. I wonder if Interpol will find this money and bring the crooks to justice?

Gunther once told me that the United States can never be cleaned up by its own law enforcement agencies. Just look at the types of crimes... starting with drugs in the 60s, Savings and Loan looting in the 70s and 80s, dot com boom and bust in the 90s, and our current real estate bubble. These events didn't just happen, they happened because of laws our Congress passed for their friends who used these laws to make billions of dollars and leave the American taxpayer holding the bill for cleaning it up.

How many people went to prison for the excesses of these years? Only a handful and this handful, including Michael Milken are out of prison and just as wealthy as they were before prison. In other words, just a few scapegoats took the fall for all the crooks. Why? IMO because the other crooks, like Marc Rich, had high level protection... probably because they had blackmail material that could be revealed and/or... bought the Presidents... i.e. Bush 1 and Clinton with secret bank accounts filled with billions of dollars.

How can this country be cleaned up? The people have no power. The law enforcement agencies won't go after high level Congressmen and women... and they certainly won't go after former Presidents and Vice Presidents.

I'm not going to condemn Interpol until I see what it's going to do. It might be the salvation that the slaves here in America have been looking for.

If they can cut away the level of crimes being committed by the Elite... starting with the Federal Reserve and Corporate United States, maybe they can rid us of our slave masters.
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I say this, because Gunther said it almost 14 years ago, while he was supposedly in prison in Austria.

I could be completely wrong... but let's try to see Interpol from both sides.

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