- 50 BILLION DOLLAR BOND AND FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE CASE
IN SOUTHERN DISTRICT COURT OF NEW YORK
- TEMPE, AZ -- Dandelion
Books, an independent Arizona based publishing company rapidly becoming
known for its gutsy "Uncensored Wake-Up Books" is sitting on
a powder keg.
- Recently, Dandelion obtained publishing rights for a
book that threatens to blow the whistle on the world's biggest bank robbery--and
- On December 1, a former CIA contract agent will go on
trial in the Southern District Court of New York State, charged with attempting
to negotiate a fictitious 100 million dollar note when in fact documents
show it was submitted for due diligence only.
- On assignment from July 1995, the accused former CIA
contract agent, whose name cannot be disclosed at this time, was instructed
to find and recover Morgenthau bonds, Federal Reserve Notes and currencies--and
bring back these assets to the US.
- He is among several former CIA contract agents who successfully
completed their assignment. In doing so, he worked closely with Taiwanese
- Because of the groundwork done by this former CIA contract
agent, several teams are now successfully recovering these assets.
- Many of these bonds and currencies are part of the Morgenthau
diaries and are discussed in the book, THE BROTHERHOOD OF MONEY, by Murray
Teigh Bloom [BNR Press, 1983].
- The value of these assets--"an amount with so many
zeros after it, it's mind-boggling even to consider that much money,"
states the former CIA contract agent, "would dissolve America's debt
on all levels of government and abolish the need for a federal income tax."
- "We're talking about more than enough money to take
care of all of this country's ills: education, social welfare, employment,
industry, environment/improvement of the quality of life for every US citizen,"
states Carol Adler, Dandelion's CEO and president.
- Issued to China and other Asian countries prior to, during
and after World War Two up until 1999, the instruments and commodities
are worth trillions of dollars in the form of large denomination Federal
Reserve Notes, bonds, gold and platinum currencies and jewels.
- Even though the instruments and assets have been tested
and approved forensically, the US Government claims either the assets are
false or non-existent.
- According to the accused former CIA contract agent, the
instruments were printed by the US Bureau of Engraving and Printing and
several bank note companies approved by the US President and Treasuries
in the US, Canada, England and China.
- "It is no longer possible for the US Government
to deny either the existence or authenticity of these instruments and assets,"
claims the accused former CIA agent. "The volume of these commodities
is so great and too many of them have proven to be authentic."
- "Why the current US Government would claim these
assets are fraudulent or try to deny their existence is a rhetorical question
that most people who have read our other ÔAmerica, Wake Up' books
wouldn't even bother to ask," states Adler. "And if none of those
other hard-hitting books have opened Pandora's Box, this one surely will."
- Although the former CIA contract agent who will publish
his book through Dandelion Books is well aware of mainstream media's spin
doctoring tactics, "we can no longer hold back this information,"
he said. "We must askÑplead with the American publicÑto
wake up and read between the lines. I am an American patriot. I risked
my life for my country, only to discover I was never to have Ôsuccessfully
performed my mission' and come out alive, if the American people ever learned
of these assets."
- For additional information about The World's Biggest
Bank Robbery and Coverup, and other Dandelion authors and books, contact
- Tel. 480-897-4452, Fax 480-452-1580.
- Contact Carol Adler
- Tel: 480-897-4452
- Fax 480-452-1580
- Dandelion Books, LLC, <http://www.dandelionbooks.net/>www.dandelionbooks.net
grants permission to distribute this press release worldwide.