WASHINGTON (FMLiveWire) - There have been more weird developments in the continuing theft of the $4.5 trillion Wanta funds by players in the Administration of George Bush, according to Christopher Story of World Reports.
The Wanta funds were originally used by the government of Ronald Reagan to destroy the Soviet Union with financial arbitrage. Yet in a world-class complicated scandal, the US government has been reluctant to repay the funds to their trustee, Ambassador Leo Wanta of Ameritrust Groupe Inc., and thus to the original fund owners. The funds are held by Citibank.
In the latest developments, the holders of the Wanta funds are falsely saying that the Wanta settlement funds have been repaid, to Wanta and many countries and other parties.
Yet private indications from President Bush and Treasury Secretary Hank Paulsen are that they will never be repaid, and this has angered many countries.
Wanta and the fund owners continue to document the theft. Story writes, "real-time, 24/7 monitoring of these illegal transactions internationally has never ceased, and that every corrupt theft and diversion of funds has been monitored and recorded, so that perpetrators who may have been imagining that they will survive the consequences of their banditry thanks to the abuse of the Presidential power."
Story hints that the recent fire near VP Dick Cheney's office in the White House was retaliation by Israeli intelligence for the continuing delay in payment. Israeli intelligence has also threatened Citibank's Chairman Robert Rubin.
Furthermore, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had ordered Citibank to release Ambassador Wanta's private funds, because Citibank is a public institution which is failing to release (ie. stealing) private monies. The SEC threatened to close Citibank down if the Wanta funds had not been released by 1pm on 14th December.
The Chinese who have much money tied up in the Wanta funds are also insisting they be paid, and are applying pressure to the Bush Administration.
Meanwhile Department of Defense arrest warrants for Citibank executives. George Bush, Dick Cheney, Hank Paulsen and many others are looming over the scandal until the Wanta settlement funds are repaid.
Story asks, "what is so magic about these criminal operatives that prevents the US authorities from wielding their powers to the full, to bring these criminals to justice?"
Story has also condemned the disinformation about the Wanta situation posted on Wikipedia.
--Copyright Felix Minderbinder Live Wire