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David Wilcock's Big Bow Tie article - A mere "decoration" revealing nothing
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The Great Revealing: US Marshals Expose Biggest Scandal in History
Written by David Wilcock Friday, 20 July 2012

The Department of Justice -- home of the US Marshals -- has now blown the lid off of the biggest financial scandal in human history... after a highly covert three-year investigation.

The LIBOR scandal has started the Great Revealing of Financial Tyranny. Mass arrests must begin with mass charges, and mass court cases -- and that has now arrived. Disclosure of many great hidden truths will follow.
. . .
ALL THE BIGGEST BANKS ARE IN BED TOGETHER

They are all implicated in a vast conspiracy to lie to the public, and create artificial investor confidence that benefits no one but themselves.

Mass criminal charges are already being prepared -- by labor unions, local banks, local governments, state governments and federal governments -- as a result of this move by the Department of Justice.
. . .
A vast international alliance has been financially choking off the Cabal for years now -- knowing that their collapse is inevitable. They are still too powerful to be exposed until a collapse becomes visible to all.

Their fraud is so vast that it encompasses every single type of financial investment there is -- stocks, bonds, commodities, currency, mutual funds, derivatives, mortages, loans, you name it.

All the money there is in the world -- either real money or fake numbers in a computer -- has been manipulated to create the largest financial fraud in recorded history... so far.

Many experts now estimate the amount of investments that are affected could be as much as 800 trillion ( ! ) dollars.


THE "BOW-TIE" STRUCTURE

As you just read, the Swiss scientists identified a total of 43,060 trans-national corporations in the Orbis 2007 database. They were quite surprised to discover a "bow-tie" structure when they analyzed how these corporations were related to one another.

The "bow-tie" is a visual metaphor of what their data actually looked like once they had everything mapped out. A bow-tie has a small central knot with two loops coming off of it.

The equivalent of the bow-tie, in ther computer data, was a very small central knot of corporations with branches that extended out to a surprising majority of the entire system.


IMAGE ( [link to divinecosmos.com] )


We find that transnational corporations form a giant bow-tie structure -- and that a large portion of control flows to a small, tightly-knit core of financial institutions.

A CORE OF 1,318 COMPANIES THAT RUN THE SHOW

The Swiss team revealed that a very small ‘core’ of 1,318 companies was in direct control of many more corporations. In total, these corporations earned 20 percent of the world’s wealth, as we will see.

This 'core' is the first level of the "bow-tie" structure they discovered. The 1,318 companies were the "knot" of the bow-tie, which extended out and entangled many other corporations.
. . .
As a result, about 3/4 of the ownership of firms in the core remains in the hands of firms of the core itself.

It is very, very strange that all these corporations, theoretically in competition with each other, all actually own each other's companies.
. . .
Look closely. Some of these names should already be quite familiar to you:

Names that immediately jump out include Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Lehman Brothers, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, Citigroup, UBS, Deutsche Bank and Barclays.

What the hell are they doing by all owning each other's companies?

THE CORE IS EARNING 20 PERCENT OF ALL THE PROFITS ON EARTH
. . .
[link to www.newscientist.com]

Although they represented 20 per cent of global operating revenues, the 1318 [corporations] appeared to collectively own, through their shares, the majority of the world's large blue chip and manufacturing firms -- the "real" economy -- representing a further 60 per cent of global revenues….

[This] core of 1318 companies [had] interlocking ownerships. Each of the 1318 had ties to two or more other companies, and on average they were connected to 20 [other corporations].

/more: [link to divinecosmos.com]

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Seems like more "flabby writing" from Mr Wilcock.
What he has to say, the core of it, could have been said in 10% as many words.
He needs an editor - I alreday cut out over 2/3rd of his words in the Excerpt above.

In fact, he has discovered NOTHING NEW HERE.

Everybody knows about interlocking directorships, and he makes the classic tyro mistake of confusing how stocks are held (in "street names") with genuine ownership and control. When you, or a big institution buy shares on the stock market, you will rarely re-register the shares and take delivery. Instead, you aks your broker, or maybe a bank custodian to hold the shares. That way, when you want to sell, it can be done quickly.

This method of holding shares, it is called "holding shares in street names", is very widespread, very common. And the broker, or bank custodian will show up as the owner. But that does not mean that they really control the shares. When it comes time to vote, the real end-shareholder will be passed tyhe materials, and asked to vote. That's the way it works. Anyone who owns shares should know this. And they would not be alarmed by the "apparent ownership" showing in Wilcock's Big Bow tie.

The Bow tie is a mere decoration, it signifies nothing.

Last Edited by Geologic on 07/20/2012 08:31 PM
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Re: David Wilcock's Big Bow Tie article - A mere "decoration" revealing nothing
Someone (who hasn't commented) gave this thread "1" rating.

If you don't like my argument, why not have the courtesy to tell me why?

Do you disagree with Wilcock, or do you disagree with me ?
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07/22/2012 08:44 PM
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Re: David Wilcock's Big Bow Tie article - A mere "decoration" revealing nothing
No wonder people are starting to hate this guy!


Now he is claiming that he knew about LIBOR all along from his insider whistleblowers, and that LIBOR is going to cause the mass arrests.


This guy relies on noobs and short attention spanned new-agers - who else would fall for his claims that HE is at the centre of all this change.


Wilcock should be ashamed for first endorsing Drake and using Drake to get more fame; and then distancing himself from Drake when the mass arrests failed each deadline.


Wilcock is a parrot. His insiders are bogus, and their intel is just as bogus.


Lucky for Wilcock he has people like Fulford and and Kettler and Camelot to 'confirm' his stuff from their own 'insiders'.


It seems the ticket to a good lunch these days is to pretend you are somebody with access to secret high-level insider whistleblowers.


The trouble is, that every single pronouncement from Wilcock's insiders HAS BEEN WRONG. And not just a bit wrong, they were TOTALLY WRONG EVERY TIME!!
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Someone (who hasn't commented) gave this thread "1" rating.

If you don't like my argument, why not have the courtesy to tell me why?

Do you disagree with Wilcock, or do you disagree with me ?
 Quoting: Geologic



I have read all Wilcock's stuff over the years, and it is a shameful rip-off of so many genuine researchers.


After much insistence, Wilcock finally relented to giving credit to David Guyatt for all that Phillipine gold and bonds history.

Wilcock is a shameless plagiarist these days - just like David dIcke. They take other people's work and pretend it is their own (or from their own insider whistleblowers) - and then charge money for it without giving credit etc.

You have correctly identified how Wilcock operates - it would nice if more new agers had the ability to think for themselves instead of just reacting to any feel-good positive spin from shysters.
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Re: David Wilcock's Big Bow Tie article - A mere "decoration" revealing nothing
Someone (who hasn't commented) gave this thread "1" rating.

If you don't like my argument, why not have the courtesy to tell me why?

Do you disagree with Wilcock, or do you disagree with me ?
 Quoting: Geologic



I have read all Wilcock's stuff over the years, and it is a shameful rip-off of so many genuine researchers.


After much insistence, Wilcock finally relented to giving credit to David Guyatt for all that Phillipine gold and bonds history.

Wilcock is a shameless plagiarist these days - just like David dIcke. They take other people's work and pretend it is their own (or from their own insider whistleblowers) - and then charge money for it without giving credit etc.

You have correctly identified how Wilcock operates - it would nice if more new agers had the ability to think for themselves instead of just reacting to any feel-good positive spin from shysters.
 Quoting: InCogNeatOh

speaking of backtracking turds, in his last red ice interview, icke claimed he never bought into the mayan 2012 end date at all. This despite dedicating a whole chapter to it in his book the "biggest secret". His notion was that the reptoids wanted the nwo implemented before 2012 because we would all become super duper afterwards.
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Re: David Wilcock's Big Bow Tie article - A mere "decoration" revealing nothing
It seems the ticket to a good lunch these days is to pretend you are somebody with access to secret high-level insider whistleblowers.


The trouble is, that every single pronouncement from Wilcock's insiders HAS BEEN WRONG. And not just a bit wrong, they were TOTALLY WRONG EVERY TIME!!
 Quoting: InCogNeatOh


If you put into your Google search engine:
"David Wilcock Wrong",
you will get 426,000 instances.

Here are some other measures of "WRONG"

+ Drake Bailey : 2,340,000
+ David dIcke : 1,570,000
+ Kerry Cassidy : 1,170,000
+ Ben Fulford : 234,000
+ Sean David Morton : 128,000
+ Courtney Brown : 1,610,000
(note: with quotes around "courtney brown", the count drops to 66,500)

Looks like Drake Bailey is the "winner", and therefore the Loser of this very unscientific poll.

There's a better way to do this Poll, and if someone asks then I might redo it
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Re: David Wilcock's Big Bow Tie article - A mere "decoration" revealing nothing
I actually like David and find his material pretty interesting.

But it is worthwhile being aware of his history, even if this is a version pieced together by one of his detractors:
Thread: David Wilcock's History Exposed - Messiah or Madman?

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