- U.S. authorities failed to meet Ambassador Leo Wanta's
July 31 deadline to release $4.5 trillion into the economy, forcing Wanta
and his AmeriTrust Groupe, Inc., to try and repatriate $27.5 trillion in
- Michael C. Cottrell, treasurer of AmeriTrust, said Tuesday
authorities were given "ample time" to make good on the agreed
written settlement negotiated by two federal court judges, Wanta and two
large law firms from New York and Georgia on behalf of U.S. authorities
and overseas bankers.
- The $4.5 trillion settlement, earmarked for the American
people through private funds controlled by Wanta, was hammered out several
months ago as the partial repatriation of trillions of offshore funds in
Wanta's control and subsequently transferred to a Bank of America account
in Virginia during May and June.
- However, instead of the money being put under AmeriTrust
control, President Bush unexpectedly and without legal authority ordered
the private funds blocked, preventing a legal corporate U.S. entity from
paying approximately $1.6 trillion in taxes, placing himself in direct
violation of federal law with felony consequences.
- Further, Attorney Gen. Alberto Gonzalez, aware of the
violations of federal law, has failed to take steps to rectify the enormous
financial scandal, making him complicit in the crime.
- "We are now moving full steam ahead to repatriate
the entire amount," said Cottrell Tuesday in an extended conversation
with the Arctic Beacon. "I can't be specific exactly what we are going
to do as I wouldn't want to tip our hand, but if they want a fight, they've
- Cottrell, who has extensive experience in complicated
worldwide financial methods, has spoken numerous times in last several
weeks, including a guest radio appearance on Greg Szymanski's radio show,
The Investigative Journal, saying the story was the "biggest financial
story in the history of the world" and all the big political and financial
players around the world were fully aware of dire consequences if the Wanta
settlement wasn't honored.
- He added that Ambassador Wanta's status as legal trustor
of the entire $27.5 trillion gives him authority to round up and repatriate
the entire aggregate amount, meaning worldwide financial chaos since much
of the money has been illegally used, as well as opening up a Pandora's
Box of embezzlement, bribery and murder.
- The massive amount of money circulating in more than
190 worldwide banks remains a huge problem for the Bush administration,
as it clearly shows how much of the Wanta trillions has been improperly
used by many higher-ups in the last three Presidential administrations,
including President George H. Bush and President William Jefferson Clinton.
- Instead of the money being properly taxed and used for
American interests, as prescribed by President Reagan when Wanta was assigned
the task to amass the rather large sum of money at the end of the Cold
War, criminals in the government, better known as the Illuminati, decided
to use if for their own personal Globalist agenda which was far removed
and beyond the scope of proper governmental oversight.
- Documents meticulously gathered and audited by Wanta
himself, reveal more than $743 billion diverted illegally, including illegal
transactions by Bush I. According to overseas investigators, articles appearing
in several overseas financial journals including The International Currency
Review, listen to what may only be the tip of the iceberg regarding the
massive corruption involving the Wanta money:
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