The Book of Enoch
104.9 Do not be impious in your hearts, and do not lie, and do not alter the
words of truth, 

nor say that the words of the Holy and Great One are lies, and do not praise your idols. 
For all your lies, and all your impiety, lead not to righteousness but to great sin.
104.10 And now I know this mystery; that many sinners will alter and
distort the words of truth, 

and speak evil words, and lie, and concoct great fabrications, and write books in their own words.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

UPDATED: Jim Costa updates the $43 trillion dollar lawsuit story. . . this is what we are dealing with, folks.


UPDATED: Jim Costa updates the $43 trillion dollar lawsuit story. . . this is what we are dealing with, folks. . . ~J

Posted on by Jean

UPDATE: Scroll down to read the story as it is being run on IntelHub. ~J

Market Watch runs story of $43 trillion lawsuit against US banks after CNBC erases their version following murder of CNBC executive’s children.

Per Mike Rivero: “Please share with your friends.
This story about the lawsuit broke Thursday at CNBC. Now following the original CNBC link takes you to a blank page, even though some of the comments on that original article remain (UPDATE: comments have been erased as well).

Here the story takes a dark turn! It turns out that the father of the two children stabbed to death, allegedly by the Nanny, is SVP and General Manager, CNBC Digital! And shortly after the murder of the children, CNBC pulled down the story regarding the lawsuit against the banks!
How long will the story remain at Marketwatch before it is “Orwellized?”
Are the children of the executives at Marketwatch even now in danger?”
Original $43 T. Article                      Stabbing Article
Read the story as it is being ron on IntelHub:

CNBC Exec’s Children Murdered, 1 Day After CNBC Reports $43 Trillion Bankster Lawsuit

Debbie says:
AND THIS:
Mac says:
Case filed in United States District Court, Eastern District of New York on October 25, 2012, Case No. 12-cv-04269-JBW-RML. I don’t believe the USDC accepts filings of fake lawsuits based on psychotic conspiracy theories, so I would tend to believe there is some substance to the news story. But feel free to crawl back into your warm cocoon of plausible deniability, Nigel. Don’t let cognitive dissonance force you into a spontaneous paradigm shift, where you might start doing a little due diligence before spewing venom and vitriol at others.

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