Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 5 Num. 26

("Quid coniuratio est?")

I neither necessarily agree nor disagree with either all or parts of the following. -- Brian Francis Redman, Editor-in-Chief

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The monopoly press tells us that Whitewater is just a minor dispute over a 69 thousand dollar real estate development. Oh yeah! Items left out by the newsfakers:

#1. Bill and Hillary Clinton are a "CIA couple", each with a separate agenda. Hillary was Board Chairman of the New World Foundation which reportedly financed, with CIA funding, government provocateurs used to try to discredit the Civil Rights and Peace movements. This Foundation also acted as a conduit, reportedly, for CIA funds to other foundations.

At an early age, Bill Clinton went to Moscow and somehow grabbed, for CIA, the secret transcript of Kruschev lambasting Stalinists.

#2. Bill Clinton, as Arkansas Governor, was part of CIA's gun and dope smuggling through the airport at Mena. Some of his campaigns for Governor were financed by Atlantic Research, a Virginia-based reputed arms supplier and CIA contractor. With the proceeds of the dope and arms smuggling, Bill has a secret interest in a tens of millions of dollars Swiss account, code named Chelsea Jefferson -- Chelsea being his daughter's first name and Jefferson his middle name.

#3. Hundreds of millions of dollars of dope and gun smuggling money went through Bill's money laundry creature, Arkansas Development Finance Authority. They, in turn, had a multi-million dollar relationship with Sanwa Bank of Chicago. Headquartered in Osaka, Japan, the bank is reportedly heavily implicated with the Japanese mafia, the Yakusa, likewise headquartered in Osaka. (One and the same: the Japanese Secret Police and the Yakusa.)

In 1984, Sanwa led the "hot money" withdrawal attack on Continental Bank of Chicago, owned in great part by the Vatican. Following the collapse, Sanwa was awarded sections of Continental's business. By the way, most of the multi-millionaire judges on Chicago's Federal Court of Appeals are heavily interlocked wi