Skip to comments.Rupert Murdoch's media empire reveals unprecedented $8+ TRILLION SEC scandal
Posted on 06/21/2011 6:34:54 PM PDT by dead
Several days ago, Steven Jones of Dow Jones Newswires a News Corporation company broke what may be the story of the Millennium, literally.
According to 69 recent SEC filings that have now vanished, a Texan by the name of Johnny Earl Satterwhite claims to hold over $8 trillion in public companies like Microsoft, Exxon Mobil and City National Bank, among others.
Jones also obtained documents that show Satterwhite falsely warranting his ownership of almost one trillion shares in Microsoft. This is 100% impossible, as Jones brilliantly notes... that's more than the 8.4 billion shares Microsoft has issued in its 36-year history...
Ladies and gentlemen, a scandal far larger than Bernie Madoff has just been uncovered and this is one element of a much crazier narrative.
Satterwhite told Jones he filed these false documents for a group of individuals that don't want it known who they are...
Jones refers to an even murkier SEC scandal; this one dates back to 2005 and involves former heads of governments and a former Federal Reserve chairman:
A Canadian company called Apollo Publication Corp. filed to go public in a $3.6 billion offering it hoped would fund its ambitions to found an Imperial of Earth with one language, one culture and one currency. The company claimed a star-studded board that included a former Canadian Prime Minister, several former U.S. presidents and Al Greenspan. ...
Imperial of Earth sounds like it is from the circus of New World Order commentary. Beyond that and more importantly it also reeks of high treason against the Constitution of the United States...
...Criminal charges must also be filed against former US Presidents and anyone else engaging in massive fraud which is akin to ongoing financial terrorism around the world...
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
That's what; about a buck per blue screen?
Neo-tech redux? Who is Kevin Treadeau?
ROFLMAO!! Good one and not far off the mark. ;-)
I don't know. I don't know anything about this website's credibility and if its a kook site or not.
I also don't know what these filings were for. They're obviously bogus but I would think harmless by themselves. If the paperwork was then used to back real world deals, then we have a problem.
This article is very interesting, but left me wanting more information. And the Dow Jones article is no longer available without a subscription.
Thanks. That was my reaction, too. I need to know more about this before I know if it was a big deal or not. The Examiner sometimes posts good articles, and sometimes not. It depends on the author.
In this case, I’m not entirely enamored with the way this author writes. I’m not convinced he knows what he’s talking about.
I feel like some vortex has transported me into a completely NEW COUNTRY.
There’s almost NOTHING I would not believe, now.
You have reached a new low when Alex Jones risks seeming un-crazy.
It’s like 0bama filing papers claiming he’s black.
Sure he files them, but nobody takes them seriously.
I’m not sure if I understand what I’ve just read, and I don’t know if wearing a tinfoil hat would help. In all seriousness though, could someone summarize what this article means? It seems to me to be saying that there not only actually is the world’s first trillionaire now, but a trillionaire 8 times over, and a secret one at that. And it seems to be saying that he’s involved in secretly acquiring vast blocks of stock, so vast and so secret that the numbers don’t match the numbers of shares known to the exchange they trade on. Plus, there’s a secret group who is made up of some of the world’s most powerful people involved in this too. Is that what it’s saying?
Does anyone else feel like they’re about three levels down into an Inception-like dream of the U.S. I want to wake up. When’s the kick coming?
It sounds like somebody filed a bunch of phoney SEC filings, claiming impossible wealth. And he claims he did it for a group of secret individuals with great power.
The article fails to explain the significance or possible threats from these false filings. The only thing I can think of was they were creating false wealth to back some real fraud. But the article doesn't cover it.
Almost sounds to me like someone was setting up the SEC. After all, if true, they should be on this like ugly on Helen Thomas.
Thanks. Creating fake wealth in order to really defraud sounds like it could explain it.
Here is the Dow jones article it looks. Legit.
The problem seems to be that doing these fake filings is ridiculously simple and there is a worry they doing so can influence the market in drastic ways.
I think the article you linked at DOW claimed the Appolo group misled about it’s status in some way with no details. That led me to believe they lied about these important people being involved in their scheme. Maybe I misread it.
What do you think about the Apollo deal after reading that article?
I sure would like to know more about this and whether the names used to file fraudulent documents we the famous persons we associate with those names.
Imperial of the World sounds downright spooky.