The Panama Papers: Is their release a coup attempt between Soros and Rothschild?
Over the weekend we saw a disclosure bombshell that makes Edward Snowden and Julian Assange’s data dumps seem like a drop in the ocean. This is because the revelations discovered within the ‘Panama Papers’ reach some (but not all) of the highest levels of elites within global governments.
In fact, information revealed from the capture of over 11 million documents shows that not only did the law firm of Mossack Fonseca function in the capacity of hiding wealth for the rich and powerful, but they also acted as a conduit for government accounts which were used for performing off-book activities ranging from money laundering, funding political coups, ways for nations to bypass sanctions, and even paying off burglars involved in the now infamous Watergate break-in.
Yet perhaps what is most intriguing in all of this is who is behind this massive whistle blowing, and what they have to gain by taking on some of the most powerful elites that run the world. It starts when you look at the ‘innocuous’ logo that resides on the webpage of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
Open Society Foundations is a George Soros managed foundation that is used for all sorts of sovereign manipulations such as acting as controlling media, and impacting political elections. And USAID is long believed to be a front for the Central Intelligence Agency, and the many NGO’s they control.
So one of the most important questions behind the revealing of information on the tax evasion habits of the powerful elites is why members of the oligarchy would rat out their own peers, and in the end, what is the ultimate goal of such a scandal?
It is here that I’m going to throw out a theory, and one that has been evidenced before by other investigative sources, and that is, there has always been a power struggle among the older elite (Rothschild’s), and the newer elite (Soros’s) for dominion over global affairs and the control over the future.
And for validation that the disclosure of the ‘Panama Papers’ may have been used just for this purpose is how we see that one powerful elite is named within the discovery, and of their culpability in providing secret tax havens both in the U.S. and abroad for members within their oligarchy.
As we look forward, more and more information will come as to the full extent of the Panama Paper disclosure, and the consequences that will assuredly take place for governments, individuals, and strongholds of political power because of these document’s public release. And in fact, one is already taking place in Iceland where the current Prime Minister is being asked to resign for his part in using the Mossack Fonseca law firm to hide his wealth and avoid paying taxes.
But the most important thing to watch for now is how these disclosures will affect the balance of power at the highest level of control, and if time will tell whether this investigative juggernaut was in fact an attack by one sect of elites on another, and if this coup for supremacy wins out for the new elites against the old guard.