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If I were to list the ten people whose brilliance and force of intellect had made the most powerful contribution to my health, wealth and well being, Jon Rappoport would most certainly be on that list.

For many years, while family, friends and colleagues tried to persuade me that all things wrong with the world were the result of accidental dynamics, Jon Rappoport's investigative research broke through the lies and fog and documented the nuts and bolts of the systems that are centralizing power.

His insight, his research, his meticulous writings created a force field that provided a powerful intellectual covering. With Jon Rappoport around, the walls of the matrix could never close in on me.

For many years, Jon had detailed interviews anonymously with insiders - from the upper echelons of the establishment - such as medicine, public relations, the church. He would dig out from these interviews the nuts and bolts of how control is engineered in the day-to-day operations and rules of one cartel after another.

To my knowledge, no one has done more to unpack the day-to-day control mechanisms that make up the matrix, particularly those that are ingrained at a cultural level where we have been trained to suppress ourselves.

Understanding these nuts and bolts is an invaluable step to seeing how our time, energy and assets are being drained. The next step, of course, is to reverse the drain, the primary focus of Jon's later work and writings.

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Wegelin Clients Pulled $4bn, Prompting Sale-paper

ZURICH, Jan 29 (Reuters) - The break-up of Switzerland's oldest bank Wegelin, involved in a row with U.S. authorities over tax cheats, became necessary when clients pulled 4 billion Swiss francs ($4.35 billion) of wealth, Der Sonntag newspaper reported on Sunday, citing unspecified sources.

Under pressure from the investigation, the 270-year-old institution moved assets of 21 billion Swiss francs ($22.9 billion) to a subsidiary Notenstein Privatbank, which was then bought by cooperative bank Raiffeisen. Wegelin is still left with U.S. assets under scrutiny from U.S. prosecutors. ...

Money From MF Global Feared Gone

Nearly three months after MF Global Holdings Ltd. collapsed, officials hunting for an estimated $1.2 billion in missing customer money increasingly believe that much of it might never be recovered, according to people familiar with the investigation.

As the sprawling probe that includes regulators, criminal and congressional investigators, and court-appointed trustees grinds on, the findings so far suggest that a "significant amount" of the money could have "vaporized" as a result of chaotic trading at MF Global during the week before the company's Oct. 31 bankruptcy filing ...

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