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Foundation X Is Real

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What about the old saying, if it sounds too good to be true ........

edit to add, do these generous people at foundation x not want anything in return?

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What about the old saying, if it sounds too good to be true ........

edit to add, do these generous people at foundation x not want anything in return?

Only our souls, haha, but on a lighter note, who are the foundation X, is it the Round table group that Carrol Quigley talked about, or is it the committee 300, I don't think its the vatican as he mentioned them openly.

Its been a bizzare day today on Bloomburg they were just openly admiting that the fed was created at jekyll island, this is what G Edward griffin was talking about years ago My link

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If there is any truth to the ramblings this lord, (he seemed half-p!ssed to me) im not sure what foundation x would be trying to achieve. If it is a large corp then they already have enough wealth and power to influence govt without shelling out to pay down the debt. Is it perhaps by paying the debt it could stop a financial collapse in the country to ensure the flow of wealth continues into their pockets in the future??

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Whats really shocking is that he said he's dealt in terrorist money, but don't phone the police cause i'll call my mates at the bank of England, what the f@%k. Kinda puts our fake democracy in its place.

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David Noel James, Baron James of Blackheath CBE (born December 7, 1937) is a British businessman and corporate trouble shooter and Conservative life peer.

[edit] Career

James has had a varied career in the City. Between 1959 and 1964, he trained with Lloyds Bank, joining Ford Credit's launch team in 1964. He then became a director of many companies, often in trouble, to assist their recovery: in 1973 he joined Cork Gulley to rescue Cedar Holdings; in 1989 he was appointed chairman of Eagle Trust; other directorships have included British Shoe Corporation, LEP group, Dan-Air, North Sea Assets and Central & Sheerwood. During his time at Eagle Trust he triggered the Iraqi supergun affair. Whilst visiting Eagle-owned Walter Somers factory in Halesowen in 1990, he noticed the muzzle of what appeared to be a large gun. He informed MI6, giving them one of their first leads.[1] He served a term under David Rowland on the Council of Lloyd's and chaired a committee which controversially allowed corporate capital to underwrite on more favourable terms.

In late 2000, James was appointed as chairman of the ailing Millennium Dome project, a high profile position, and was credited with saving the attraction from financial collapse. In 2005 he attempted to make a bid for troubled carmakers MG Rover.[2]

Ahead of the 2005 general election, James conducted a review for the Conservatives that identified £35 billion of state sector savings. The disputed figures were heavily used by then Party leader, Michael Howard. After the election defeat, Howard and Shadow Chancellor George Osborne appointed James to head a new Conservative watchdog to monitor the way the third term Labour administration delivers on its promises to cut costs. He has been vocal about his concerns for the financial management of the London 2012 Olympics.

In April 2006 it was announced that James had been nominated for a Life Peerage by the Conservative Party [3] The news had already been revealed in a list leaked to The Times[4] that eventually led to the Cash for Peerages scandal. James himself had given a relatively small amount to the Conservatives. He was gazetted as the 'Baron James of Blackheath', of Wildbrooks in the County of West Sussex on 9 June 2006.

Lord James is married but has no children. He has a particular interest in music and cricket. He is Chairman of the British Racing Club of horses.

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James attracted the attention of the blogosphere after a speech in the House of Lords on November 1, 2010, in which he claimed to have been approached by an unnamed organization wishing to fund massive public works projects in the UK with vast currency reserves backed by gold bullion.[5][6] A Labour party staff member and political blogger who wrote about the story[7] speculated that the organization in question is the Office of International Treasury Control.[8] However, James has stated that he had not been approached by the Office of International Treasury Control, that there were no links between Foundation X and the Office of International Treasury Control[9], and that the Foundation X was a viable organisation, and its offer was bona-fide.

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Only our souls, haha, but on a lighter note, who are the foundation X, is it the Round table group that Carrol Quigley talked about, or is it the committee 300, I don't think its the vatican as he mentioned them openly.

...well John Reid and michael martin certainly are.

...there is an alliance between rome and the communists/fascists,to get rid of the anglo-saxons.That much is known.

Democratic Socialism is nothing of the sort,the jackboots are still in the closet waiting to turn it into full socialism.(besides,if you are not geiven the choice between parties (consevative etc and are forced into "mainstream" voting,then it an't democratic either)

Its been a bizzare day today on Bloomburg they were just openly admiting that the fed was created at jekyll island, this is what G Edward griffin was talking about years ago My link

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If there is any truth to the ramblings this lord, (he seemed half-p!ssed to me) im not sure what foundation x would be trying to achieve. If it is a large corp then they already have enough wealth and power to influence govt without shelling out to pay down the debt. Is it perhaps by paying the debt it could stop a financial collapse in the country to ensure the flow of wealth continues into their pockets in the future??

You're probably not far from the truth.

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