ER Editor: Some readers may be interested in a part of this Phil Godlewski video which lays out the FTX crypto scam in relation to Ukraine and the DNC. Start at the 50 minute mark.
Summary: FTX is the largest crypto-currency trading platform in the world, the global leader in the trading of crypto historically. Crypto is not regulated by the government and is not trackable by government. Last Friday, the CEO/owner of FTX Sam Bankman-Fried reported that a billion dollars’ worth of crypto was ‘stolen’ from the platform, that it had been hacked and stolen from the accounts of other users as well as FTX itself. Immediately afterwards, the CEO conveniently filed for bankruptcy. Did the owners steal the billion dollars and then file for bankruptcy straight away? The same CEO was the top Democratic donor in the US: he gave more money to the Dems than anyone else. On Saturday it was learned through various sources, as well as the filings, that money was sent in the form of crypto from Ukraine, through FTX, and then cashed out by FTX and sent to the DNC, i.e. US taxpayer money was taken by Congress, signed off by Biden and shipped to Ukraine as an aid package. Ukraine using FTX sent it back (they didn’t need it but probably kept a part) as a way of laundering it to the DNC for their election campaigns (and commit election fraud, as has been proven). Taxpayer money was used to finance the midterm elections, which is no less than money laundering.
Intel drop: Bankman-Fried has turned. The white hats made him talk once the bankruptcy filing was revealed. So all the linkage between the US, DNC and Ukraine has become known. EO 13848 deals with foreign election interference. By sending money to a different country, then sending it back and siphoning it into election campaigns – that is the definition of foreign election interference. So we got them on EO 13848. It was signed by Trump in September 2018, extended by Biden once he was in office. Why was this extended? Why did Mitch McConnell not block the debt ceiling being raised? The Dems didn’t have enough seats to get a 2/3 majority to raise it. … (continue at 1:00:30)
US aid to Ukraine invested in crypto FTX scheme
The sudden collapse of a crypto exchange linked to the Democratic Party in the US has revealed that FTX presently suffers from $10-$50 billion in liabilities and virtually no assets. And among those liabilities are “investments” made by Ukraine’s leadership clique.
NEW YORK – The company FTX, in its bankruptcy filing appears to have held tens-of-billions in American “military aid” to Ukraine. Instead of using the alleged funds to fight Russia, the money was instead invested in the FTX Ponzi scheme.
From the bankruptcy filing it is clear that this money has now disappeared.
“Instead of using US military aid to fight Russia, Ukraine ‘invested’ part or all of it, into FTX, and right now, it looks like all the money’s gone,” said Hal Turner, a well-known American radio host.
The crypto money from unsuspecting clients was also used to fund the Democratic Party in the United States. More evidence has surfaced suggesting that the funds may have been stolen.
The CEO of FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried, was one of the top donors to the Democrats, with only George Soros outperforming his largesse. Recently, he also shared a podium with inveterate globalists Tony Blair and Bill Clinton.
According to Turner, it seems that Ukraine was receiving money from the US, and then sent it to FTX, and FTX sent it to the same Democrats, who had originally voted to send it to Ukraine. “At this hour, it appears to some observers to be pure, criminal, money-laundering, and a criminal conspiracy to violate campaign finance laws,” said Turner.
Reuters exclusively reported that the founder and CEO of FTX transferred $10 billion of customer funds from FTX to the trading company Alameda Research, which is run by his girlfriend Caroline Ellison.
Sam Bankman-Fried was born in 1992 on the campus of Stanford University into a family of academics. Born and raised to an upper-middle-class Jewish family in California, he is the son of Barbara Fried and Joseph Bankman, both professors at Stanford Law School. His aunt Linda P. Fried is the current dean of Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. His brother, Gabe Bankman-Fried, is a former Wall Street trader and the director of the non-profit Guarding Against Pandemics.
He was the second-largest individual donor to Democratic causes in the 2021–2022 election cycle with total donations of $39,8 million, only behind Soros. Of this, $27 million was given to Protect our Future PAC, bankrolled by Bankman-Fried.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission are currently looking into whether FTX.com mishandled customer funds. Bankman-Fried is also being investigated by the US Securities and Exchange Commission for potential violations of securities rules.
Look under the hood of any money laundering operation or financial crime of size and you’ll find Ukraine, it seems. https://t.co/N8mec9LOL6
— Big Serge ☦️🇺🇸🇷🇺 (@witte_sergei) November 12, 2022
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