SCOTT BENNETT : CIA, SWISS BANKS FUND ISIS

October 5, 2014

The US government has covered up many things over the years.

Like the USS Liberty.  9/11 and well many other things.

I won’t go into them right now. But it is well known they have covered up many things over the years.

This however reaches, deep into the hearts and lives of everyone the world over.

This was published on October 2, 2014

Citizens the world over watch this.

The US could have cut funding to terrorist groups but instead prevented all information from going public.

The Question everyone must ask, is why was all the extremely valuable information kept hidden?

My only thought is is that the US government does not want the wars to end.

Why the cover up?

With all the information that was provided to the US government, many men,

women and children, would still be alive and well today.

That includes many Military personnel, from many different countries.

Many of the people who were injured and maimed, would be whole today.

This is a rather long interview, but is definitely worth watching.

Everyone in the world should listen to what Scott has to say.

He certainly is telling the truth.

Published on Oct 2, 2014

Discussion of the book SHELL GAME A Military Whistleblowing Report to the U.S. Congress Exposing the Betrayal and Cover-Up by the U.S. Government of the Union Bank of Switzerland-Terrorist Threat Finance Connection to Booz Allen Hamilton and U.S. Central Command

By 2LT Scott Bennett 11th Psychological Operations Battalion (retired)

Part of the reason behind Eric Holder’s immediate retirement.

BACKGROUND OF SPEAKER:

Scott Bennett is a U.S. Army Special Operations Officer (11th Psychological Operations Battalion, Civil Affairs-Psychological Operations Command), and a global psychological warfare-counterterrorism analyst, formerly with defense contractor Booz Allen Hamilton.

He received a Direct Commission as an Officer, held a Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmentalized Information (TS/SCI) security clearance, and worked in the highest levels of international counterterrorism in Washington DC and MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida. He has worked at U.S. Special Operations Command, U.S. Central Command, the State Department Coordinator for Counterterrorism, and other government agencies. He served in the G.W. Bush Administration from 2003 to 2008, and was a Social Science Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation. His writings and lectures seek to enhance global awareness and understanding of modern psychological warfare, the international intelligence.

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Kerry Lynn Cassidy
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South Korean central bank slashes key interest rate

December 11 2008
By Kelly Olsen

South Korea’s central bank carried out its biggest interest rate cut ever Thursday, slashing borrowing costs by a full percentage point to a record low in a bid to stave off possible recession.

The Bank of Korea said it was slashing its benchmark seven-day repurchase rate to 3 percent from 4 percent during a regular policy meeting.

Deteriorating economic data have raised alarm bells that Asia’s fourth-largest economy could fall into its first contraction since 1997, when the country was in the throes of the Asian financial crisis. Exports fell 18.3 percent in November from the same month last year.

“It’s quite surprising,” Citibank Korea economist Oh Suk-tae said regarding the size of the rate cut, which suggests that the bank may think “growth could be zero next year” given South Korea’s export decline and neighboring China’s first fall in exports in seven years in November.

South Korea’s economy slowed in the third quarter and economists have been divided over whether it can avoid a recession. Swiss bank UBS (nyse: UBS news people ) issued a bearish forecast last month, predicting that the economy will contract 3 percent in 2009 amid worsening conditions such as increasing non-performing loans, rising corporate failures, falling housing prices and slowing exports.

Citibank’s Oh said he will likely have to lower his forecast for a 2 percent expansion for next year. He said the economy will likely still manage to grow just above 4 percent in 2008. That would be down from 5 percent last year.

“General measures of economic activity are decelerating rapidly,” International Monetary Fund official Subir Lall said in a speech Tuesday in Seoul.

Lall cited slowing consumer spending and exports as well as falling business confidence as evidence for the emerging weakness in South Korea’s economy.

Thursday’s rate cut marked the fourth time the central bank has lowered borrowing costs in the past two months and exceeded the 0.75 percentage point emergency cut on Oct. 27, previously the largest ever.

The rate has gone from 5.25 percent to 3 percent since the cycle of easing began on Oct. 9.

The previous record low for the bank’s benchmark rate was 3.25 percent last seen in October 2005.

South Korea’s benchmark stock index showed little reaction to the decision, rising 0.4 percent to 1,150.33 points in late morning trading.

The South Korean won, which has been battered this year, traded 2.4 percent higher against the dollar at 1,361.

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APTN cameraman Yong-ho Kim and APTN producer Hyun-ah Kim contributed to this report.

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