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Subject Federal Reserve owns all stocks traded in the world. People don't own the stocks they think they do.
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Original Message Talk about being owned in full by a bank. Even all stocks people think they own are actually owned by the Federal Reserve. That is why MF Global was able to take everyone's money, it wasn't their money or commodities once it was placed with the broker. This is all for real.

The company Fed owns did 1.66 Quadrillion in business in 2010.

You may want to pass this information on to anyone who owns stocks and bonds.

[link to sherriequestioningall.blogspot.com]

Here is DTCC website with them stating they have done 1.6 quadrillion of trades in 2010!

From the link above:

DTCC's depository provides custody and asset servicing for more than 3.6 million securities issues from the United States and 121 other countries and territories, valued at US$36.5 trillion. In 2010, DTCC settled nearly US$1.66 quadrillion in securities transactions.

Imagine 1.66 QUADRILLION company and they say that Apple is the largest company? Seems the media is somehow ignoring a company that does 1.66 QUADRILLION in business.

Now what does the website say about WHO owns this little known company, that does Quadrillions in business?

The Warehouse Trust Company LLC is a subsidiary of DTCC Deriv/SERV LLC. The Warehouse Trust is regulated as a member of the U.S. Federal Reserve System, and as a limited purpose trust company by the New York State Banking Department. It operates DTCC’s Trade Information Warehouse, which provides the market's first and only comprehensive trade database and centralized electronic infrastructure for post-trade processing of OTC credit derivatives contracts over their lifecycles, from confirmation through to final settlement.

Oh, now lets see WHO is on the board of Directors for this hidden Quadrillion company?
Of course from the above link, you would never guess the Board of Directors are all people from Wall Street: Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, Wells Fargo, Federal Reserve and a host of others.

Here is what they say they do:

Wall Street's "Paperwork Crisis"

With the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) handling 10 to 12 million shares daily, brokers were literally buried in paperwork, and concern about risk was growing in Congress, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and elsewhere.
The crisis became so severe that, in order to help reduce the backlog, the exchanges closed every Wednesday, shortened trading hours on the other days, and extended settlement to T+5 from T+4. Eventually the industry developed two separate and distinct approaches to solve the paperwork problem.
One Solution: Immobilization
The first solution was to immobilize physical stock certificates by maintaining them in a central location or depository, and to record changes of ownership using "book-entry" accounting methods where no certificates actually change hands. Initially, this was done by the NYSE and its Central Certificate Service. That led to the creation of DTCC's depository subsidiary in 1973.

Now, here is the article that got me started on the research I have provided above to see if what this article stated was true. This is from Nesara Australia - a long but fascinating article about how no one owns the stocks they think they do. Thank you to Nesara, who has given me permission to fully reproduce the article.
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