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Abu Dhabi Prince Rows With Bush Over Citibank

Alcuin Bramerton

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rning the USA's continuing blocking of the NESARA process, and about the consequences of the American-sponsored sabotage of internet links to the Arab Middle East. In January 2008, a decision had been taken by the US and Israel to destroy Arab internet access. At the end of January and the beginning of February 2008, US-Israeli BlackOps units moved in and cut eight or more major undersea internet cables in the region, crashing global internet access for the Middle East’s banking centres in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Iran, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and the other five UAE emirates. Israel was unaffected by the sabotage. This deliberate severing of cables immediately denied Gulf Cooperation Council members access to the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) hub in Brussels. This network carries thirteen million encrypted data instructions a day relating to international transfers of money between banks.

The talks between George Bush Jnr and Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan took place at Camp David. They followed earlier ones between the two leaders in Sowaihan, UAE, on Sunday 13th January 2008. It was after this meeting that the Bush White House decided to cut the Arab internet cables. Camp David, in Maryland, is a major covert human cloning centre. Three or four clones of President George Bush Jnr are kept in operation at any one time, and the ones not on duty are stored and renovated in sleeper cells at the Camp David clone labs. The original George Bush Jnr was quietly murdered in January 2003 on the instructions of President George Bush Snr and Dick Cheney. He had become inconvenient, unmanageable and was an alcohol and cocaine addict. More details here (20.05.08) and here (10.04.08).

The June 2008 talks at Camp David between George Bush Jnr and Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan also covered oil and stock market volatility. The Sheik was furious with Bush about the Enron Loophole and the profiteering manner in which American commodities traders associated with the Bush family energy interests had been driving up the international oil price at a time when there was no shortage of oil in the supply lines. And he was angry about the capital destruction of the American financial sector which was taking place because of White House opposition to the NESARA and Basel II and III banking reforms.

The Sheik himself and many of his political and business associates in the UAE, and their sovereign wealth funds, had taken enormous financial hits as American bank share prices collapsed in 2007-8. Citigroup was a case in point. In the space of less than one calendar year, Citigroup's market capitalisation had fallen from $276 billion to $88 billion. And over the same period of time, the dollar itself had declined by 17%. Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and his friends had taken dollar positions in Citibank and many other US financial institutions at the express invitation of the Americans, and they had lost their shirts.

It was no mistake that the Sheik's visit to Camp David came when it did. A week before, on the morning of Thursday 19th June 2008, the Directors of Citibank were prevented from entering their offices in New York in connection with a NESARA-related legal intervention involving the Crown Temple in London. This development sent waves of unease around Citibank's Arab shareholders in UAE. There was a real possibility that Citibank would lose a $6.2 trillion Crown Temple loan which was held in a suspense account at its New York branch (at 399 Park Avenue) and, further, that Citibank and its assets worldwide would be seized in perpetuity by the international financial authorities.