Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Oh my proven right again

Oh my someone unnamed wrote about an international money laundering operation which Obama had tapped into using credit cards.
The process is simple. 3rd world bank takes in counterfeit money to pay for non used credit cards which have been stolen.

The payments are all electronic, so no statements are sent to unsuspecting people.

The net result the Obama campaign hauls in over 250 million in donations which means a big black hole deficit in someone's legitimate bank.

What is most fascinating in this is someone else is listening, someone who knows the puzzle of money is real, someone who logged into Chase credit card specifically, as in Chase of David Rockefeller.

Now was it Bill and Hillary sending a pertinent note to the world press and law enforcement of the Obama money laundering scheme so highlighted by prairie children not making donations in being Republicans.

Now was it David Rockefeller himself being clever in taking a pound of flesh from the Chicago syndicate and his higher ups in the European cartel by exposing this.

Now was it a someone who knows and wants to stick a pointy dollar bill into David Rockefeller knowing Mr. Rockefeller is not all kosher with Obama and is kosher with Bill and Hillary knowing Mr. R will not be pleased at all this mess is being dumped onto his bank like a red light knowing how much cash it launders with the government's blessing.

Oh such fun questions Dr. Walter Bishop, but we are more interested in the reality of being proven correct and odious joy of it all.
Pawn takes Queen's Rook.

agtG 269

Northland Couple Warns of Political Credit Card Fraud

NORTH KANSAS CITY, MO. -- A North Kansas City couple has been left scratching their heads after they became the victims of a political scam.

Steve and Rachel Larman say a strange credit card charge appeared on their statement this month -- a $2300 donation to Barack Obama's presidential campaign. The Larman's say they don't want this to be about their political affiliation, but they say they're not about to give the Obama campaign any help from their pocketbook.

They said they notified Chase, their credit card bank, to report the fraud.

"(They) said that they had seen-they were familiar with this," said Steve Larman. "It was fraud, they believe through telemarketing but they were going to be doing some more investigations."

The Larman's don't want their politics to enter into what is essentially just a fraudulent charge. But they say that the charge involves the Obama campaign adds insult to injury for the registered Republicans.

"They (Chase) kept on asking me 'are you sure you wouldnt have gone to a site in support of Obama'," said Rachel Larman. "And I repeatedly said 'Im voting for McCain - I would not be going to an Obama site'."

Chase dropped the charge from the Larman's card. The couple is thankful thay they caught the charge on the card, but worried that others may not see that type of fraud on their own credit cards before it's too late.

"You always get emails saying be on the lookout," said Rachel. "So I just wanted to get the word out, that there's someone out there perpetrating this against people, and to pay attention."

The Obama campaign said they were aware of the Larman's story, but did not have any comment.

Megan Cloherty, FOX 4 News

Obama Credit Card Fraud