The International Forecaster A Guide to Hiding Your Billions

Repost from Corbett Report.
Its not the Caribean we need to be worried about it seems.

“…don’t worry, fellow globalist bankster. This Panama Papers thing is intended for the plebs. Soon the choker will be cinched even more tightly around their necks. But your money is safe where it has always been: lining your pockets and greasing the palms of the bought-and-paid for politicians who are there to protect your interests.”

A Rothschild Trust document intended for clients has been shared online this week, revealing the real purpose of the company:

“The use of Nevada “foreign” trusts avoids blacklists and the stigma that can come with placing assets in jurisdictions typically viewed as tax havens, without creating exposure to US income tax on non-US income. As more countries adopt blacklists, strict CFC regimes and other measures designed to shut-down perceived tax havens, the flexibility and higher degree of certainty afforded by US trusts may become increasingly attractive.”

Lebanon: Now It Is Being Forced To Collapse | Dissident Voice


Andre Vitchec (above) picks up on Lebanon’s mess, the meddling of other states and of course the Kingdom that invested so much in Hariri and his Future Party to undermine Hezbullah’s Hassan Nasrallah. 


Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri gestures upon his arrival at the Grand Serail in Beirut, Friday, Aug 8, 2014. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra, HO

The bankrolling couldn’t outdo Nasrallah’s strategic wisdom and his loyalty to his country puts Hariri to shame and where he should be – nowhere, despite his lear jet liaisons. So the Saudi’s pulled the pin and used the excuse about their beloved cocaine snorting prince….
Prince Abdel Mohsen bin Walid bin Abdulaziz


who swore his 40 suitcases of Captagon were for personal use (well not really, would you believe gifts?) and is now rightly languishing in a Lebanese gaol.

And as Vitchec warns things look like getting worse for Lebanon.
“In the last decades, Lebanon has already suffered immensely. This time, if the West and its allies do not change their minds, it may soon cease to exist altogether. It is becoming obvious that in order to survive, it would have to forge much closer ties with the Syrian government, as well as with Iran, Russia and China.

And I have to get these guys in just because I love the photo..they are demonstrating against corruption.


Demo in Beirut -
Lebanese activists dressed as politicians smoke cigars with their heads covered in stockings during a demonstration against the extension of parliament, near the parliament building, downtown Beirut, Oct. 1, 2014.

Read more:;jsessionid=6C53900A5E9562F57F639A7ADF9BEE4F?displayTab=demo-in-beirut#ixzz3F91sMobp