Ron Van Dyke and “The Ambassador” Discuss the Federal Reserve and Global Affairs

Ron and “The Ambassador” discuss the Chinese acquisition of the US Federal Reserve, and the coming changes. The Ambassador advises listeners not to get overly excited, saying that “baby steps” are being made. He makes it quite clear that the Chinese government is a wing of the Dragon Families.

Ultimately, The Ambassador feels that humanity will prevail over the greed and corruption that have plagued us. What do you think? Do you agree with the Ambassador? -LW

Video Description

This is one we’ve been waiting for! Yes, the Ambassador confirms that the Family is now the lawful owner of the Federal Reserve that has waged war on humanity for over 100 years. They are responsible for operating the largest and most oppressive criminal operation, an extortion racket and human slave trade, in the history of the world. They totally failed in their mandate to serve humanity; and their mandate has not been renewed. Instead, steps are being taken to transform society, restoring people’s natural rights along with principles of limited government (Republics) outlined in the founding documents of the united States in America. Again, he admonishes us to look in the mirror and to stop aggression, greed and the illusion of self-importance.

Boots on the ground from Hong Kong [PHOTOS]


October 3, 2014
Santiago, Chile

Some of our team members at Sovereign Man are on the ground in Hong Kong and are witnessing first-hand the turmoil that’s been going on there for the past two weeks.

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It all started on September 22 with grievances over the decision from the Chinese government in Beijing not to allow the people of Hong Kong to have free and fair elections in 2017.

Events reached a new stage over the previous weekend when the police used pepper-spray, batons and tear gas against unarmed and peaceful protesters standing up for freedom.

Today, protesters forced the government complex to shut down by setting up barricades around it, as a response to Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying’s refusal to step down.

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What’s remarkable is how peaceful and courteous the whole thing is.

There are signs on closed roads and subway stations that apologize for the inconvenience caused. Protesters are collecting their own trash and are even recycling it—even though the government’s cleaning department is reportedly refusing to cooperate and collect it. They have well-organized centers in each of the occupied sites with essential supplies—from water to medical assistance.

Nobody is using this as an opportunity to be violent or cause trouble.

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Most of the protesters are students and there’s a clear divide between the young and the old currently. Most young people are very enthusiastic and support the protests, while many older people think the young are being manipulated by third parties to push their own agendas.

But most are just irritated because their businesses and traffic have been affected.

A lot of older people have also resigned themselves to accept that the eventual takeover of Hong Kong from Mainland Communists is inevitable—something the energetic young are clearly very opposed to.

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In the last days there has been some turbulence caused by anti-protesters who oppose the student-led campaign. It’s rumored that thugs have been paid HK$800 (about USD$100) each to stir chaos and trouble by starting fights with protesters to give the police an excuse to use force against otherwise non-violent protesters.

The government is even using advanced propaganda tactics to sway the sentiment against the “rioting” students. Independent media outlets have revealed fake photoshopped images and reports of broken police cars and other alleged damages of rioting.

The government’s strategy is to largely wait for the protests to wane. And indeed by 8:30 pm local time today many occupied areas were cleared up.

Despite that, violent clashes between protesters and anti-protesters have intensified, however. The police, ironically, is not doing anything to restrain troublemakers. Instead, they’re using this as an excuse to arrest everyone and kick the protesters out.

On the ground it looks like the movement is ebbing. In Tsim Sha Tsui, one of the main shopping areas in Hong Kong, the police carried away an old man—the single remaining protester occupying the site.

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The latest is that the protesters have canceled planned talks with the government, blaming authorities for failing to protect them from violent opposition attacks.

To be continued…


‘Anonymous’ hacker group declares cyber war on Hong Kong government, police

Citing mistreatment against Occupy Central protesters, the self-styled ‘hacktivist’ group threatens to disrupt Hong Kong government websites

Jeremy Blum

The Anonymous hacker logo laid on top of footage from the Occupy Central protests. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Hacker group Anonymous has declared war on the Hong Kong government and hacked into a number of Hong Kong websites, citing the treatment of protesters during Occupy Central as the main impetus for the attack.

In a video sent to American news portal News2share on Wednesday, Anonymous compares the tear gas and pepper spray used by Hong Kong riot police on Occupy Central protesters to American police tactics used in Ferguson, Missouri earlier this year.

The group also threatens to disclose personal information and deface multiple Hong Kong websites over the coming days. Due to the nebulous nature of Anonymous, it is almost impossible to verify the extent of the attacks and the locations and identities of the hackers behind them.

Watch: Anonymous declares cyber warfare on Hong Kong (via News2share)

The full transcript of the video is as follows:

Greetings, world. We are Anonymous.

It has come to our attention that recent tactics used against peaceful protesters here in the United States have found their way to Hong Kong. To the protesters in Hong Kong, we have heard your plea for help. Take heart and take to your streets. You are not alone in this fight. Anonymous members all over the world stand with you, and will help in your fight for democracy.

To the Hong Kong police and any others that are called to the protests, we are watching you very closely and have already begun to wage war on you for your inhumane actions against your own citizens. If you continue to abuse, harass or harm protesters, we will continue to deface and take every web-based asset of your government off line. That Is not a threat. It is a promise.

Attacking protesters will result in releasing personal information of all of your government officials. We will seize all your databases and e-mail pools and dump them on the Internet. This is your first and only warning. The time has come for democracy for the citizens of Hong Kong. The line has been drawn in the sand. The police are to protect, not trample on, the freedoms and democracy of their citizens. Until justice prevails, hack and protest will replace it. The cause of security and democracy will be grounds for the assault on your virtual infrastructure. Take this opportunity to stand down while we give it to you, or it will get a lot worse.

Operation Hong Kong engaged. We are Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Government of Hong Kong, expect us.

One of the sites hacked by Anonymous. Photo: SCMP Pictures

A quick look at the websites hacked by Anonymous shows garbled homepages complete with blaring music, pictures of the group’s logo and a block of text which reads: “We Are Sick And Tired Of your Bullsh*t! This is Operation HongKong. We Will Not Stop. We Will Not Give Up! Youve Pissed All The Anons Off #SaveHongKong #OpHongKong #Anonymous# #Hacked”

Despite these vehement threats, the hacks thus far appear to be not on government websites but rather small organisations – including an Autism Partnership site – registered with a .hk domain name.

An Autism Partnership site hacked by Anonymous. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Ironically, at least one of the sites, owned by Nantong Jiehao Machine Equipment, features simplified Chinese and appears to be based in mainland China, despite the .hk registration.

News of Anonymous’ hack attack has been slowly spreading on Twitter, with several accounts associated with the group either tweeting messages related to Hong Kong or spreading news of the attack via the #OpHK hashtag.

China, we hear you. #HongKong #Anonymous

— TheAnonMessage (@TheAnonMessage) October 1, 2014

#OpHK: Some website hong kong were hacked in support of the protesters and against police violence. #AntiSec

— Anonymous (@AnonymousGlobo) October 1, 2014

Target: IP: DDOS ATTACK #Anonymous #justdoit #OpHK #UmbrellaRevolution

— leungfaye (@leungfaye) October 1, 2014

Anonymous, which considers itself an international network of “hacktivists”, has become well known for hijacking government and business websites and unleashing distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks – where sites are continuously bombarded with traffic until their servers overload.

In the past, Anonymous has achieved renown for hacking businesses including Visa and Sony, as well as government websites in the US, Singapore, and Israel. The group has publicly announced its support of freedom of speech, and has endorsed WikiLeaks on multiple occasions.


Thousands March in Hong Kong to Condemn Attack on Ex-newspaper Editor

People stand around a banner that reads 'They can't kill us all' during the 'Standing in Silent Action' event in support of the Hong Kong Journalist Association (HKJA) at Tamar Park in Hong Kong March 2, 2014. REUTERS-Tyrone Siu

(Reuters) – Thousands of protesters rallied outside the Hong Kong’s government headquarters on Sunday to condemn a knife attack on a former newspaper editor and to voice support for press freedom amid growing concern over Beijing’s influence in the media.

Kevin Lau Chun-to, who until recently had been chief editor of Ming Pao, a Chinese-language newspaper known for its investigative reports, was stabbed in the back and legs several times by a man in a helmet on Wednesday. The assailant rode off on a motorcycle with an accomplice. No one has been arrested in connection with the attack.

Dressed in black and wearing blue ribbons, symbolizing press freedom, protesters carried a large banner with the words “They can’t kill us all”. Other banners and placards read “Freedom from fear” and “Protect press freedom”.

Police have not established a motive for Lau’s stabbing although suspicions have spread that powerful individuals from mainland China or pro-Beijing allies opposed to the city’s push for full democracy may have had a hand in the attack.

“We’re not going to bow to the intimidation,” said Shirley Yam, vice-chairwoman of the Hong Kong Journalists’ Association, one of the organisers of the protest. “That’s the strong message we want to send whoever it is that the Hong Kong media is going to stand firm and do whatever’s best for press freedom and the right for our citizens to be informed.”

Organisers put the number of demonstrators at 13,000, while police said there were 8,600 at the peak.

Lau left the intensive care unit of the hospital on Saturday, although his wife said his recovery would take time.

“The reality is the wounds he suffers are deep and serious. His road to recovery will be a long and winding one,” his wife Vivien said in a statement.

A week earlier, some 6,000 people protested in the Asian financial centre demanding the city’s leader uphold media freedoms.

In recent years, Hong Kong journalist and rights groups have warned of mainland Chinese propaganda officials influencing newsrooms, deepening ties between Hong Kong media bosses and Beijing, greater censorship, and the dismissal of influential liberal journalists.

Hong Kong, a former British colony that returned to Chinese rule in 1997, is a freewheeling capitalist hub which enjoys a high degree of autonomy and freedom, but Beijing’s Communist Party leaders have resisted public pressure for full democracy.


Lau was recently replaced at Ming Pao by a Malaysian Chinese journalist with suspected pro-Beijing leanings, causing a revolt in the paper’s newsroom where journalists suggested the publication’s independence might be undermined.

The new editor, Chong Tien-siong, attended the protest on Sunday and was quoted in local media as saying he was impressed with the turnout and hoped police could find the culprits soon.

The United States and European Union have expressed concern over the assault on Lau and diplomats in Hong Kong said it underscored fears that the city’s freedoms were being eroded, concerns echoed more broadly across the city.

“It seems there is more interference from the Hong Kong SAR government and the central government in Beijing. Political interference seems to be more serious nowadays,” said Ip Kin-yuen, legislative councillor who represents the education sector.

The Hong Kong section of the U.S. Department of State’s Country Reports on Human Rights Practices, which was released on Thursday, identified “limitations on freedom of the press, self-censorship and incidents of violence against the media” as areas of reported concern.

Media outlets have periodically been subject to attacks in Hong Kong. The offices of a small independent media outlet were recently ransacked and a car rammed the front gate of the home of Jimmy Lai, publisher of Hong Kong’s popular anti-Beijing newspaper, the Apple Daily.

Asked by reporters about concerns China would seek to limit the scope of elections for Hong Kong’s next leader in 2017, a senior Chinese government spokesman said Beijing and Hong Kong both wanted to see universal suffrage for that vote.

“We hope all sides in Hong Kong can rationally and pragmatically discuss this issue and form a consensus,” said Lu Xinhua, spokesman for the largely ceremonial advisory body which advises parliament and whose annual session opens on Monday.

Beijing’s top representative in Hong Kong in September ruled out open nominations for candidates to become its next leader.

(Additional reporting by Ben Blanchard in BEIJING; Editing by Anne Marie Roantree and Simon Cameron-Moore)



And We Have Another Jumper… JPMorgan is in the Lead

8th international banker to die in a month jumps off building in China

Sorry for the flippancy my friends, but this is just getting too absurd to take seriously. It’s a game, right?  Either that or the world is stark raving bonkers.  

I go out for a few hours and come home to this? Do they really think anyone will consider these mounting deaths coincidence? The Illuminati have lost their marbles. ~ BP

8th International Banker to Die in a Month

( I don’t think this portion of the headline applies) Jumps Off Building in China

A man who jumped from the JP Morgan building in Hong Kong this week becomes the 8th banker to die mysteriously this month

By John Vibes

HONG KONG (INTELLIHUB) — All month we have been reporting on the suspicious string of apparent suicides that have hit the financial industry.  Multiple bankers have been found dead in recent weeks, all of them have been ruled suicides despite the fact that little information has been released in some of the cases.

Those who had high profile deaths, like the man who jumped from the top of the JP Morgan HQ building in Europe are highly publicized, but overall, very few details about any of these deaths have been made public.  Now this week, another investment banker has jumped from a different JP Morgan HQ, on a different continent, this time in Hong Kong, China.

The fact that many of these deaths seem to be tied to JP Morgan is arousing further suspicion that there is more to this story than meets the eye.

String of suspicious deaths:

1 – William Broeksmit, 58-year-old former senior executive at Deutsche Bank AG, was found dead in his home after an apparent suicide in South Kensington in central London, on January 26th.

2- Karl Slym, 51 year old Tata Motors managing director Karl Slym, was found dead on the fourth floor of the Shangri-La hotel in Bangkok on January 27th.

3 – Gabriel Magee, a 39-year-old JP Morgan employee, died after falling from the roof of the JP Morgan European headquarters in London on January 27th.

4 – Mike Dueker, 50-year-old chief economist of a US investment bank was found dead close to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington State.

5 – Richard Talley, the 57 year old founder of American Title Services in Centennial, Colorado, was found dead earlier this month after apparently shooting himself with a nail gun.

6 -Tim Dickenson, a U.K.-based communications director at Swiss Re AG, also died last month, however the circumstances surrounding his death are still unknown.

7 – Ryan Henry Crane, a 37 year old executive at JP Morgan died in an alleged suicide just a few weeks ago.  No details have been released about his death aside from this small obituary announcement at the Stamford Daily Voice.

8 – Li Junjie, 33-year-old banker in Hong Kong jumped from the JP Morgan HQ in Hong Kong this week.

Were these bankers killed for knowing too much?  Were they involved in something so unethical that they killed themselves out of shame?  These are the speculations that are rising in the wake of these apparent suicides.

(Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

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Neil Keenan Update for Sept 4th

Reblogged from Jean Haines’ 2012: What’s the Real Truth


 September 4, 2013

Ø  “A billion people” in Asia said to be following Keenan’s efforts

Ø  Invitation issued for Keenan to meet with additional asset holders in China

Ø  Keenan maintains focus on events in Indonesia while welcoming contact with other rightful depositors

Ø  Keenan Group receives offer of sovereign status and diplomatic immunity

Ø  Nelu update: Neil keeps the pressure on Jakarta lower court – why have Nelu’s papers been frozen?  Consequences loom as human rights court takes note

by Michael Henry Dunn

September 4, 2013 –  The pace of events accelerated this week as The Keenan Group’s campaign to clean up the Global Collateral Accounts reaches a critical phase.  In the wake of support from the emerging global security force, backed by a new (and legitimate) global human rights court, potential new allies have appeared on the scene, as powerful Asian asset-holders made contact with Mr. Keenan in recent days to request his assistance in regaining control of the Accounts.  Keenan had already established a partnership with powerful Asian clans through his meetings with the influential S.C. Chiang in Hong Kong, who then opened channels for Mr. Keenan to Indonesian royal asset-holders.  Now, additional depositor families are making contact.

Representatives from one of these groups informed Keenan that “more than a billion” people have been following his efforts.  He has received an invitation to travel to China to meet with a number of representatives to coordinate action on the Accounts.  Mr. Keenan informed this writer earlier today that he plans to keep his focus on Indonesia for the present, while opening conversations with additional asset holders throughout Asia.

Meanwhile, the Keenan Group (as a global foundation) has received an offer of sovereign status and diplomatic immunity.  This would eliminate a number of thorny issues for the foundation’s financial dealings and international travel, which have hampered progress in recent weeks.  This status is expected to be confirmed in the coming days.

Throughout these encouraging developments, Neil Keenan has not forgotten his friend and partner Martha “Nelu” Wibawa, who remains in a Jakarta prison cell.  Months of delays and blatant illegalities have been used to keep Mr. Wibawa in jail, creating a damning case, in Keenan’s view, of human rights violations that will require the attention of the new global court. Keenan paid a personal visit to the lower court yesterday to determine the status of critical paperwork that has been mysteriously prevented from reaching the Higher Court.  The scene that played out called to mind Neil Keenan’s famous “April Eruption” in the courtroom following Prosecutor Tanti’s mysterious objection.  On learning that Nelu’s file had sat untouched for many months while the Supreme Court waited for it, Keenan’s fine Irish rage reached the stage that those of us who’ve seen it regard as just short of volcanic….somewhere between Vesuvius and Mt. St. Helens.   Let’s just say that the force of Keenan’s personality, combined with news of the emerging power of the new global human rights court, may suffice to kick loose a few stubborn obstacles that have been placed in the way of Nelu’s freedom.  A follow-up visit today by Keenan’s associate, Inchul Kim, brought confirmation that the important papers are now on their way.  In any case, it has been made very clear to the Jakarta officials that “the whole world is watching.”  We will be keeping close watch on further developments.

Neil informed this writer that he intends to maintain his focus in Indonesia for the present (where he now has many good friends), because Indonesia’s history is at the center of the Global Accounts story. As powerful new partners come to the table, he plans to expand the Keenan Group’s work to encompass the full picture of the legitimate depositors, presenting a united front in the battle to win back control of the planet’s wealth from the corrupt Western oligarchy.

Michael Henry Dunn

Was Snowden On the Boeing 777 Crash Landing at SF Airport???

At this point ANYTHING is possible, isn’t it. Some suggested the crash wasn’t an accident; was NOT pilot error.

The President said they weren’t going to “scramble jets” to get  Snowden back on U.S. soil, but then, why would they resort to something so overt when they could pull off something like this?

I have to ask the question was Snowden on board this Boeing 777 that crashed in SF?  The last actual proof we had of Snowden’s whereabouts was Hong Kong.  If he was actually in Moscow as we were lead to believe, wouldn’t the CIA or FBI have gotten there pretty quickly?

The Boeing 777 was reportedly carrying 290 passengers when it crashed at SF airport.  All the videos and pictures look to me as if it was torn apart, so maybe this wasn’t just a crash.

San Francisco Plane Crash, San Francisco Airport Plane Crash.

Watching this live on CNN only showed military personal at the scene, I would have thought the rescue services at the airport would have arrived faster.  I hate to think there could have been more to this than a crash, but at this moment I do.


And here’s a related story…

Crash Survivor says Everyone on Plane had to be Interviewed by FBI Before They Could be Allowed to Leave

Crash survivor says everyone on plane had to be interviewed by FBI before they could be allowed to leave 06 Jul 2013 Moments after Asiana Airlines flight 214 stopped its violent crash landing, a voice came over the plane’s intercom to say it had landed safely and everyone should stay in their seats, a passenger told ABC News. Within minutes, however, flames could be seen outside the plane’s windows and smoke was seeping into the cabin… The ordeal didn’t end after their evacuation. Lee Jang Hyung said he was somewhere in the airport, but he didn’t know where. They were told that everyone on the plane had to be interviewed by the FBI before they could be allowed to leave.

Crash survivor says everyone on plane had to be interviewed by FBI before they could be allowed to leave