This page and all others linked to it — All copyrighted sources are quoted and used for comment and education in accord with the nonprofit provisions of: Title 17 U.S.C., Section 107. These sites are in accordance with Title 17 U.S.C., Section 107 and are protected under: The First Amendment Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, ….

My Blog List

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

The Beast from the Earth = The biggest crime syndicate in the world - New Church, the New World Order's Mob Bankers

This is not something that has been imbedded in the Vatican in any full blown sense for centuries. It has lurched toward it from time to time over the centuries, but it wasn't until the complete takeover of the Vatican by the Freemasons in the 1958 Conclave through the Vatican II Freemasonic/CIA mob Council 1962 - 1965 and thereafter that it went ballistic into an order of magnitude that is of absolute all encompassing Transnational Global total Satanic Antichrist control without any change of that thereafter, i.e. the Great Apostasy; see: World War III and the False Peace: LIBERATION THEOLOGY, THE VATICAN, AND THE CIA: GHOSTS AND PHANTOMS


The Vatican and their Transnational Freemasonic Criminal Espionage Crime Banking: "The Secrets of the Vatican Bank"

Concordat Watch - FAQ | Vatican Bank (Institute for Religious Works)

Vatican Bank (Institute for Religious Works)

The IOR is built on secrecy. It keeps secret accounts, does no audits and claims to destroy records after ten years. The “murky” Vatican Bank has been making promises to three international monetary watchdogs to provide more financial transparency since 1998. To keep using the euro, it agreed in 2009 to submit to the anti-money-laundering laws of the European Union, with partial success so far. It appears to have shelved for now any attempts to get onto the OECD's “white list” of financially virtuous countries. But according to a Mexican bishop, money laundering by the Church is theologically impossible, anyway....
“The Holy See’s financial statement values St Peter’s Basilica at one euro.
The Vatican ‘off the books’, i.e. not listed on the financial statement.” [1]
A US court described it as “murky” [2] and the last President of the Vatican Bank admits that it offers secret accounts to many who “have had problems with the law”. There are no cheque books. Everything is done by transfer, by cash or in gold bullion, so as to be untraceable. This is perfect for money-laundering. And, as if the nine-metre thick walls of its tower in the Vatican did not offer enough privacy, “God’s bank” appears to have quietly established itself in the offshore financial centre of the Cayman Islands. [3]
As the bank of an independent state, the Vatican Bank escapes scrutiny from Italy. In addition, it has an impenetrable organisation, with three separate boards of directors. And it boasts another curious feature: it is said to be “never audited”, hence funds deposited there may simply vanish without a trace. [4] The Vatican Bank even maintains that it adopts the remarkable practice of destroying all of its records every ten years. [5]
Increased international oversight
The Vatican Bank is now coming under pressure from three organisations to conform more closely to international banking rules designed to prevent fraud.
♦ In 2009, to be able to continue using the euro, the Vatican Bank agreed to submit to the anti-money-laundering laws of the European Union thus putting itself under the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice. It updated its agreement with Italy and the European Commission to come closer to conforming to European Union monetary regulations against financial fraud  (Article 8) [6] and brought in a Vatican law “approximating” the EU rules at the end of 2010, in order for it to better monitor itself....  [7] (A spokesman has claimed that it is “not a bank in the normal definition of the term” and therefore expects special treatment.) [8]
♦ The Vatican Bank has been in talks with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Developmentwhich sets transparency standards. However, more than a decade after the OECD began its investigation of tax havens in 1998, the Vatican is still not on its “white list” of countries with good records on transparency. [9]
♦ The Vatican Bank is also negotiating with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), which imposes measures against money laundering and terrorist financing and has promised to adopt the anti-money laundering standards set by the FATF, but not any time soon. This lengthy process would involve the Vatican passing anti-money laundering legislation and setting up the equivalent of the Bank of Italy’s Financial Intelligence Unit to monitor IOR’s activities. [10]
Money laundering investigation
 On the one hand, it has used its “less than clear” relationship to the Vatican State to claim “sovereign immunity”. [11] This connection with the Vatican State has enabled it to avoid having to answer charges in a US court that after WWII it helped hide and launder millions of dollars of concentration camp loot. [12] And it continues ― when convenient ― to assert its immunity from scrutiny as an organ of the Vatican State. Thus in September 2010 a Vatican spokesman claimed that “The IOR is located within the territory of Vatican City State, beyond the jurisdiction and surveillance of various national banks”. [13] 
Yet, on the other hand, the IOR was discovered in 2010 to be acting as if it were an Italian bank, thus avoiding scrutiny of certain money transfers. The Italian prosecutor said that in refusing to give an Italian Bank the requested information the Vatican Bank had demonstrated “a deliberate failure to observe the anti-laundering laws with the aim of hiding the ownership, destination and origin of the capital.” [14] Although the Vatican insists this is a “misunderstanding” which can be easily cleared up, an Italian judge has twice upheld the seizure of €23 million ( $33 million) and denied the Vatican’s request for a return of the funds until mid 2011 [15]. Furthermore, in December 2010, three months after the mysterious transaction came to light, an Italian judge criticised the Vatican bank for continuing to hide the identity of its clients. [16]
There are also recent additional unrelated cases which have come to the attention of the police. In one case the agent caught shifting mysterious funds for a rich client was a priest. [17] And another priest apparently used the Vatican Bank to help his father launder the €250,000 he had obtained from European Union funding for a non-existent fish farm, a grant which was then withdrawn from his account by an uncle previously convicted for being with the mafia. [18]
At one time this would have been passed over in silence. However, although the President of the Vatican Bank, Gotti Tedeschi, (reported to be a member of Opus Dei) is a close adviser to Italy’s Finance Minister, [19] the climate of deference before the Vatican appears to be changing and the Italian authorities are becoming bolder in enforcing financial regulation on the Vatican Bank. “The era of omertà is over,” said an expert, referring to the mafia code of silence. [20] 
Tax haven investigation by OECD
The Vatican Bank is effectively “off-shore” from Italy.
IOR does not publish its accounts but is reported to hold €5bn in assets. It provides banking operations for Vatican staff, charitable operations and missions worldwide. It also serves an unknown number of private Italian account holders who use the Vatican as a tax haven. [21]
And, in addition, this “off-shore” tax haven appears to have its own “off-shore” havens. Curious is the location of two of the Church’s “independent missions”. These are missions too small to be set up as apostolic prefectures, yet which are still given autonomy, and thus are not part of any diocese. [22] There are nine “independent missions” worldwide, most of them in remote areas with a sparse Catholic population, like Azerbaijan and Tajikistan. [23] However, two of them have been hived off from pre-existing dioceses. These are theCayman Islands (left) and the Turk and Caicos Islands (right), both of them offshore financial centres.
It is difficult to use pastoral needs to explain the Vatican’s decision to excise the Cayman Islands [in 2000] from its natural Jamaican diocese of Kingston, in order to proclaim them missio sui juris [“independent missions”] under the direct control of the Holy See and entrust them to Cardinal Adam Joseph Maida, a member of the IOR board. [24]
For every person in the Cayman Islands, there are two companies and about five investment funds registered there. [25] In 1998, however, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development began cracking down on tax havens. [26] 
Q. What is a tax haven? A. Any country that offers low rates of tax to attract business is to some extent a tax haven. The real problem is that many countries refuse to release details on suspected tax dodgers to other countries. [27]
Even after a decade of prodding by the OECD, the Caymans and Turk and Caicos Islands have remained on the list of “promise to do better” tax havens. [28] Another curious fact is that in 1998, the year the OECD started to examine tax havens, the administration, (and presumably its financial records) of the “independent missions” in the Turk and Caicos Islands was moved from neighbouring Nassau away from the Caribbean to, of all places, Newark, New Jersey. [29] “Due to its proximity to New York, Northern New Jersey in particular has become susceptible to the money laundering industry.” [30] ...Guess where Newark is.
Of course, none of this has stopped the Pope from attacking tax havens for robbing the poor and laying the blame for the global financial crisis at the door of “offshore centres”. [31]
Vatican Bank tries to satisfy high-profile COE
Internal criticism of the bank was leaked in Janaury 2012, when letters from Carlo Maria Vigano, secretary general of the governorate of the Vatican, were published in Italian papers.
Much of his criticism was focused on a Vatican financial committee that includes the head of the Vatican bank, Ettore Gotti Tedeschi. He said the bankers were favouring “their interests” more than the Vatican's. In one financial operation by the bankers that went wrong, the Vatican made a net loss of 2.5 million euros ($3.2 million), the archbishop said. [32]
Two further blows to the reputation of the Vatican Bank were delivered in March 2012. The US State Department for the first time listed the Vatican as potentially vulnerable to money laundering, a notch below those states for which it has solid proof of this. [33] And a few days later the large American bank JP Morgan Chase announced that it was closing the Vatican Bank's account, This account, number 1365, was a “sweeping facility,” meaning that it was emptied out at the end of each day with funds transferred to another IOR account in Germany. Over a period of about 18 months some 1.5 billion euros passed through this mysterious account. [34]
All this was followed in May by the forced resignation of the Vatican Bank’s director, Gotti Tedeschi, a member of Opus Dei who had been in charge since 2009. [35] In 2012 it was reported that the Vatican Bank had made progress in satisfying the transparency test of the Council of Europe. Perhaps predictably this involved better promises than performance: 
The 241-page report found serious problems with the agency's role as a supervisor or regulator of the Vatican's finances, giving it a failing grade. It said the agency had yet to conduct any inspections, can't sanction one of the two key Vatican financial institutions and that its role, authority and independence needed clarification. [36]
When the COE report was released Monsignor Ettore Balestrero, the Vatican undersecretary of state, was asked whether the Vatican was still trying to get onto the FATF and OECD's “white lists” of states with the highest standards in fighting money laundering. However, noncompliance with these does not carry the same penalties as can be applied by the European body: withdrawal of the right to use the euro. Nor has it prompted banks that traditionally handled the Holy See's financial transactions to sever ties, as happened when EU rules appeared to have been flouted. [37] When questioned, the Monsignor said that trying to satisfy the FATF would be next on the list and he hedged about the OECD. [38]
Bishop: It’s theologically impossible for the Church to launder money
In an unguarded moment in 2005 the Bishop of Aguascalientes in Mexico revealed how Church doctrine can let the end justify the means. Giving money to the Church, he said, “purified” it. Monsignor Ramón Godínez Flores who had studied theology and canon law in Rome explained that “It is immaterial where the donations from drug trafficking originate and it’s not up to us to investigate the source of the money.” 
The head of the Education Commission of the Mexican Bishops’ Conference (CEM) used an example to show that it doesn’t matter how money is obtained; all that counts is the “good intentions” of the donor. When the Son of God “received the homage of a woman who anointed his feet with costly ointment”, said the Bishop, “Jesus did not ask, where did you buy that perfume? He didn’t enquire where the money came from, he just accepted the homage.”
Bishop Godínez said, “Whatever donations I get, I accept with thanks.” [39]
A Church official has admitted to knowing of the Church accepting drug money. [40] And, in fact, this appears to be so widespread that the spokesman of the President used the customary term for this ―  “narco-alms”. Even the Bishop admitted, “I have known of cases, but they have been purified”. [41]

Curzio Maltese, “The Secrets of the Vatican Bank” (“Scandali, affari e misteri: tutti i segreti dello Ior”), La Repubblica, 26 January 2008, translated by Graham Hunter. 
Elisabetta Povoledo, “Transfer of Vatican Official Who Exposed Corruption Hints at Power Struggle”, New York Times, 26 January 2012.
1. “Book Review: Render unto Rome: The Secret Life of Money in the Catholic Church”, National Secular Society, 17 June 2011.
2. Judgement of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court, 12 April 2005. “Court clears way for suit against the Vatican Bank for Nazi gold”, San Jose Business Journal, 18 April 2005. 
3.“The Secrets of the Vatican Bank”, translated from La Repubblica, 26 January 2008.  
4. John Loftus, former US Department of Justice prosecutor with the Nazi-hunting OSI unit, quoted by Jonathan Levy, “The Vatican Bank”, ed. Russ Kick,Everything You Know Is Wrong: The Disinformation Guide to Secrets and Lies, 2002, p. 19.,M1

5. “Declaration of Avvocato (lawyer) Franzo Grande Stevens in support of defendant IOR's (Institute for Religious Works', i.e., Vatican Bank's) motion to dismiss plaintiff's third amended complaint”, 30 October 2000, Turin, Case No. C-99-4941 MMC, United States District Court, Northern District of California, § 21, “It is the custom and practice of the IOR not to retain records after ten years”. 
6. Monetary Agreement between the European Union and the Vatican City State, 17 December 2009,  Article 8 and the Annex.

7. EU Directives are not directly applicable end even EU states (which the Vatican is not) must transpose the requirements into their national legislation.

Jeffrey Donovan and Lorenzo Totaro, “Pope to Bind Vatican to Money-Laundering Law, EU Says”, Bloomberg News, 29 October 2010. 
8. “Vatican Finances Aboveboard, Affirms Aide”, Zenit, 23 September 2010. 
9. Guy Dinmore, “The Vatican: A murky See”, Financial Times, 24 September 2010. 
10. Guy Dinmore, “Sicily probe adds to Vatican bank pressure in Rome”, Financial Times, 3 November 2010. 
11. Judgement of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court, 12 April 2005. “Court clears way for suit against the Vatican Bank for Nazi gold”, San Jose Business Journal, 18 April 2005. 
12. “Lawsuit charges that Nazi gold funded Vatican ratlines”, Concordat Watch 
13. “Vatican Finances Aboveboard, Affirms Aide”, Zenit, 23 September 2010. 
14. “Prosecutors: Vatican Bank Defying Laundering Laws”, The Associated Press, 22 October 2010. 
15.  “Vatican's Move to Financial Transparency Rewarded”, Zenit, 2 June 2011.
16. “Italian judge upholds seizure of Vatican assets”, The Associated Press, 20 December 2010.
“Vatican bank sets up money-laundering unit hoping to escape scandal”, Guardian, 29 December 2010.
“Vatican Creates Financial Watchdog”, The Associated Press, 30 December 2010.
“Pope acts to tackle money-laundering in Vatican”, Agence France Press, 31 December 2010.
17. Lorenzo Totaro, “Vatican Bank Probe Extended to Suspect Clergymen Accounts, Corriere Says”, Bloomberg News, 21 October 2010.  
18. Guy Dinmore, “Sicily probe adds to Vatican bank pressure in Rome”, Financial Times, 3 November 2010. 
19. Paola Totaro, “Vatican in shock as its bankers investigated”, Sydney Morning Herald, 23 September 2010.

20. Rachel Donadio, “With Bank Inquiry, Vatican Confronts Modern Life”, New York Times,  28 September 2010. 
21. Guy Dinmore, “Sicily probe adds to Vatican bank pressure in Rome”, Financial Times, 3 November 2010. 
23. Catholic Dioceses in the World by Type: Independent Missions (Missions “sui iuris”) 
24. “The Secrets of the Vatican Bank”, translated from La Repubblica, 26 January 2008. 
25. Iain Dey, “Last orders: Is the sun about to set on tax havens?” The Times, 8 March 2009. 
26. “Harmful Tax Competition: An Emerging Global Issue” [title of OECD report, 1998], Wikipedia. 
27. Iain Dey, “Last orders: Is the sun about to set on tax havens?” The Times, 8 March 2009. 
28. Willem Buiter, “Non-doms and tax havens: the Chancellor’s good fortune”, Financial Times, 29 February 2008. Officially it’s called “Jurisdictions Committed to Improving Transparency and Establishing Effective Exchange of Information in Tax Matters”.
29. “Roman Catholic Mission Sui Iuris Of Turks And Caicos” 
30. James B. Johnston, “An Examination of New Jersey’s Money Laundering Statutes”, Seton Hall Legislative Journal, Vol. 30.1, 2005, p. 2. 
31. “Pope attacks tax havens for robbing poor”, Guardian, 7 December 2008.
32. “Top archbishop 'denounces Vatican corruption' ”, AFP, 25 January 2012.
33. “US sees Vatican as potential money laundering hub”, AFP, 7 March 2012. 
The 2012 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (volume 2) has three categories for the list of 190 countries vulnerable to money-laundering activities: of primary concern, of concern and monitored. The Vatican has been placed in the second category, "of concern". (pp. 31, 33)
34. “Vatican bank image hurt as JP Morgan closes account”, Reuters, 19 March 2012.
“ 'Cliente a rischio'. JPMorgan chiude il conto dello Ior”, Il sole 24 ore, 18 March 2012.
35. “God’s bankers:A beleaguered papacy is embroiled in intrigue. Some scent a succession struggle”, Economist, 7 July 2012.
Sandro Magister, “The Hunt for Thieves in the Vatican”, Chiesa, 31 May 2012.
“Cardinals split on whether to sack head of Vatican Bank”, AFP, 2 June 2012.
36. “Vatican Passes Key Financial Transparency Test”, Associated Press, 18 July 2012.
The press release fo the COE itself carries a less sanguine title:
“Council of Europe report calls on the Holy See to strengthen supervisory regime”, Council of Europe, 18 July 2012.
See also:
Mutual Evaluation Report – Executive Summary
Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrrorism
The Holy See (including Vatican City State) 4 July 2012
Mutual Evaluation Report – Executive Summary
Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrrorism
The Holy See (including Vatican City State) 4 July 2012
Mutual Evaluation Report – Annexes
Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrrorism
The Holy See (including Vatican City State) 4 July 2012
37. “Vatican Urged to Strengthen Bank Controls”, Wall Street Journal, 19 July 2012.
38. “Vatican Passes Key Financial Transparency Test”, Associated Press, 18 July 2012.
39. “La Iglesia católica dice purificar las limosnas del narcotráfico en México”, AFP, 20 September 2005.
40. “Admite Iglesia recibir narco limosnas”, Terra TV, 10 April 2007.
41. “México: Obispo acepta que Iglesia reciba narcolimosnas”, Reuters, 21 September 2005.

Concordat Watch

Concordats  human rights — separation of church and state 

Concordat Watch is an online resource containing dozens of concordat translations, (most appearing in English for the first time), as well as related documents, general background articles and expert commentary. The Vatican finds many uses for its concordats: in May 2012 the Italian bishops said that their concordat excused them from having to report to the police suspected cases of child abuse by fellow priests.
What are concordats? Concordats are international treaties with the Vatican that may range from granting little more than diplomatic recognition to a legally binding commitment to observe key aspects of Vatican doctrine and to have taxpayers subsidise the Church. Because the state may be put under pressure to enforce these Vatican policies, Concordat Watch also includes material on church-state separation, (political, but not religious secularism). This site is about worldly power.

What’s the harm?

1. Once in place, concordats are removed from democratic control forever               
 Laws can be changed by parliaments, but concordats can’t. That's because they’re supposed to be international treaties, that is, agreements between a real country and the Holy See (the Vatican).
Even in democracies there is only a brief period, when the legislature has any say over a concordat. That is the time between when the treaty text is revealed and when the ratification vote takes place. This can sometimes be only a matter of days, which does not allow proper legal scrutiny of a very complicated document. A number of other legislative tricks may be used to help get the concordat through: sixteen of these are revealed here. Once the concordat is ratified it is set in stone. That's because treaties cannot be changed unilaterally. Any alteration requires the consent of the Vatican.
And in a dictorship it's still worse. The concordat may be rubber-stamped by the military junta or even go through with no ratification at all, for the signature of the dictator or his foreign minister is enough. Yet when the dictator is toppled, his concordat remains.  Read more
2. Concordats can ensure a never-ending transfer of state funds to the Church
Sometimes the money transfer is justified as compensation for church property nationalised as long as 200 years ago. Concordats can lock in inflation-adjusted payments that cannot be ended unless the Vatican agrees.
Concordats often shift funds to the church by requiring that Catholic schools,  hospitals and other agencies must be paid for by the state. This gives the Church the say over what is taught and what services are offered, without having to pay the tab. A concordat can also help Church agencies get tax exemptions, even for Church-run commercial enterprises. And, despite all the state money flowing in, a concordat can ensure that the finances of the Church are kept secret. Read more
3. Concordats can infringe on human rights
By giving advantages to one religious group, concordats can violate the requirement that all citizens and all religions be treated equally. Occasionally concordats have outlawed divorce, even for non-Catholics. Concordats can also anchor other parts of Canon (or church) Law by stipulating that this is to be used within Church institutions. However, since these also include social agencies, many non-clerics and even non-Catholics may find themselves legally obliged to obey Church rules.  Read more

 Featured Topics  


All of the above is connected to all the below.


All heresies and evils, especially of the Antichrists give rise to all the social and moral breakdown that leads to all sorts of evils - one of the chief evils is drugs - pray that God destroys the drug dealers, for they are part of the Liars, murderers and thieves condemned by Our Lord Jesus Christ. Therefore we always must Abide in the true God only and support the police against transnational tyranny for - What is behind Nazism aka the New World Order, the ancient northern European Thule cult allied with the same kind of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cult, is this - the Double Eagles of the ancient Mesopotamian Mediterranean Houses of the Dragon and their descendants - the Illuminati and the Zionists and the 1001 Club and the Pan Europeans and the Triad and the Narco Terrorists and their political drug trafficking.

Here is another reference - Christmas 2010 - to the evils that include the Narco-Terrorist games and must be stopped. Anyone who tries to defend any drug use is vile and totally wrong. The condemnation of drugs IS COMPLETE and totally scriptural. They are damned. Always. Pray that God destroy the Narco-Terrorist games for they are The return of ancient murdering lies and that includes ALL drugs. They are all evil. Such people think that the persecutions that the early Church underwent to provide a moral base to society are a joke. LET ME ASSURE YOU THAT IS A LIE FROM HELL. The ancient Christian Martyrs are beloved of God for they spread abroad His Gospel and justice for all people. Here is just a small part of the suffering endured by the early Martyrs to spread God's word and His justice:

The Piazza del Campidoglio, situated on the Capitoline Hill, has always been the privileged seat of divinity and power. Although it is the lowest and least extensive of the Seven Hills of Rome, in the early 6th century B.C. there stood the Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus Capitolinus, by far the most important temple of ancient Rome. It was this false god, Jupiter Optimus Maximus Capitolinus, that was placed in the temple in Jerusalem in the time of Antiochus Epiphanes (second century before Christ). That was the abomination of desolation prophesied by the Book of Daniel and then fulfilled once in the Old Testament in the time of Antiochus and quoted later as the type of the final abomination of desolation by Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in Matthew 24:15 When therefore you shall see the abomination of desolation, which was spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place: he that readeth let him understand.”

Diocletian, the worst persecuting emperor of the early centuries of the Church, was the Pontifex Maximus of the Roman Religion (as were the emperors in general) that was used as the excuse by the Jews behind the scenes to prompt the Romans to murder the early Christian Martyrs. That Roman Religion centered on Jupiter Optimus Maximus Capitolinus on the Capitoline hill and the Seven Hills of Rome and the Pontifex Maximus (the Roman High Priest – the Emperor) and Emperor worship. To take the “Mark of the Beast” i.e. the teserea and the libellus to worship the emperor meant to apostatize from Christ and be damned – to not take it meant to be killed by the Roman authorities. That is the bloody meaning of 666. The mark of extreme imperfection – each digit is one short of the perfect number 7.

Anyone who thinks they can excuse themselves from the judgment of God is wrong. Instead we pray against all evil especially Narco-evil - Traditional Catholic Prayers: World War III and the False Peace: Prayer against evil - in this prayer against evil including against "pharmakeia" refers to against all drugs and they are all DAMNED.


None: The Justice of God: The Beast of the Sea (Antichrist Israel – Juden Zionist abomination with Military Prowess that the world stands in awe of) DAMNED FOREVER BY GOD

None: HSBC - drugs, terrorism and money launderer front, charged by Law Enforcement
1001 Club 
for the people and by the people ...died
The Day the U.S. Government of the people
the Octopus

None: The Day the U.S. Government of the people, for the people and by the people ...died

None: Operation Fast and Furious
Attorney General Eric Holder coverup DOJ Drug Cartels executive privilege Fast and Furious Obama,Operation Gunwalker The Honorable Darrell Issa United States Constitution Wide Receiver