Citibank Japan in trouble again
Dec 05, 2011
As events heat up this month, Benjamin Fulford reports the following from Japan:
In Japan, meanwhile, the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds remain cut-off from Japanese financing. This may be connected to an announcement by the Japanese Financial Services Agency that Citibank Japan will be facing penalties for deceiving its clients. These penalties are expected to include separating the Japanese part of Citibank from the rest of Citigroup and shutting down some of their operations. This is the third time Citibank has been penalized in Japan. The last time was a few years ago when they were caught money-laundering for the Goryo Kai, Yakuza gangster syndicate.
The head of Citibank Japan as well as the top executives of three other major foreign financial institutions in Japan all quit in October. The behind the scenes clean up in Japan will continue over the coming weeks and months.
He also reports:
... and the Western elite’s system is falling apart without any need for violence. However, we are getting very close to the point where it will be necessary to make some arrests to prevent war.
From other reports that I have received, it appears that we are very close to the breaking point where Interpol, the world police, will arrest many of corporate heads and politicians in Europe and America for unspeakable corruption. The latest outrage was the Senate's passage of the Nazi bill allowing the government to arrest, detain without trial, and even torture ("enhanced interrogation techniques") American citizens if they do not like their politics.
Up to now, with the compliance of the media, they have enjoyed popularity. When arrested, they will squeal and try to play their "sovereignty" card, claiming that America's sovereignty is being violated. If they do this, tell Belshazzar that he has been weighed in the balances and has been found wanting. In the end, it may be Interpol that will release us from the captivity imposed upon us by our Babylonian leaders.
Dr. Stephen Jones