by Ernest Bey
Wednesday, November 18, 2009 at 3:40pm
18 NOVEMBER 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FIVE STAR TRUST MAKES EFFORT TO REPATRIATE
In a 1997 tri-lateral agreement made between Mr. Marion Horn, an executive trustee of Five Star Trust; the late Baron Guy Rothschild, head of the legendary Rothschild Family; and Mr. Richard Helms, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency in which each part was designated one-third of the assets, Mr. Horn emphatically stated that “funds be used for the citizens of the United States…”
Today, a senior administrative is assigned to ensure that financially distressed United States citizens, business entities and taxpayers receive those monies.
Dick Cheney, as Secretary of Defense under President George W. Bush, specified his top three priorities including prevention of further aggression; protection of oil supplies; and the promotion of the new world order.
Both Bush presidencies planned economically and prepared financially for the new world order with George H. W. Bush using the term forty-two times between Summer 1990 to March 1991.
Clinton, also a proponent of the concept expanded beyond the Bush concept utilized different terminology. Western usage origins are attributed to Woodrow Wilson and his Fourteen Points address and today being actualized by the financial elite. The economic world has been globalized. Its institutions have a global reach and have operated by maxims that assumed a self-regulating global market. But the financial collapse exposed the mirage.
It made evident the absence of global institutions to cushion the shock and to reverse the trend. The growing deficit and economic trends indicate that new world order has successfully taken control of the world’s financial systems. FIVE STAR TRUST is an asset protection private trust registered in the Isle of Man in 1989 and domiciled in the Nevis, West Indies in 1999.
The trust works AS A FRONT for the Central Intelligence Agency; Homeland Security; United States Treasury; U.S. Department of Defense; Federal Reserve Bank; and the Internal Revenue Service.