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Akito's Cash Flow Notes | 2 September 2009

Part1

Opening music:
Bitter Sweet Symphony by The Verve
00:00

James the "Station Fire" in LA
03:22

Bob on April 15, 2009 we brought in Ian from our "secret team"
- Ian introduced the "cashier's check" issue
05:07

Ian joins in
06:22

James the "cashier's check" issue
- is it insured by the FDIC?
06:38

Ian explains the nature of cashier's check
- it's issued by an individual bank, that's from a checking account from another fiduciary
- the money is not deposited in the "same bank's pool"
- now the checks could "bounce" just like personal checks
07:30

James follows up on Ian's points
09:08

Ian the FDIC DOES NOT cover cashier's checks
10:33

Ian the bond that's covering the FDIC is only for $500 Billion
- not enough to bailout even Rhode Island
13:08

James what should I do with my money?
- once you deposit you money into the bank, it's no longer your money
- "they will allow you to use it" if you follow their rules and regulations (Ian)
14:39

James reads messages
Cathy, shares her story at the bank
15:16

Ian the Federal Reserve isn't supposed to "collapse"
- it's just supposed be the clearing house for all the banks
- "Apparently it had a different function"
- they were actually putting money into the system, but where did they get it from?
15:52

Ian: ... it's been dangerous since you went off what you call the "Gold Standard"... in the '30s, so please yourself.
18:18

James Sen. Rockefeller's Cybersecurity Act to shutdown the internet
- "the Chip Body has gotten ahead of the Chemical Body" (Ian)
18:38

Ian mentions the "Tea Party" protests
19:40

Ian: ... If everybody went in and moved the money on the computer... The banking system would seize in about 11 minutes... Kuala Lumpur, all the transactions would freeze.
Bob: Kuala Lumpur is an important portal, right? (Ian agrees)
20:08

Bob LaRouche was fond of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad of Malaysia for bucking the IMF
- why Kuala Lumpur? because "they applied for the job" (Ian)
21:21

James: I'm like completely shocked about Kuala Lumpur!
Ian: Lets ask a better question... Who said that the Federal Reserve was in charge of all the money in the US? (silence on the air)
24:14

commercial break
25:38

James "Legal code" issues in the Chip Body environment
30:23

Ian responds
31:46

the Chemical Body can't keep up with the Chip Body
Bob: ... do you agree... that the technology has taken life of its own?
Ian: It has...
33:23

Ian does a rant on the "yardman"
- "yardman" is the Android Meme
- started in 1934 when the US Dollar went off the Gold Standard
34:49

Bob the Gold Standard was useful for the Chemical Body
- the group in the City of London also cancelled the gold backing
Ian: Well the reason they had to get off the Gold Standard is because gold hasn't increased in value at all. It's the same. If you stayed on the Gold Standard, you couldn't increase your per capita... of your currency...
36:52

Bob: ... the Chip Landscape frustrated any kind of communication between the computer aspects of the Federal Reserve system. And out of the default... changed the rules and started managing the money... how that default action happened?
- Ian responds
39:12

Ian the US Dollar lost its value when the value of the money in a "time deposit" was decreased
40:57

Ian under Ronald Reagan, the government increased "5 fold" under his administration
42:48

James more on Kuala Lumpur
- where did they get the technology?
43:56

Bob the hacking of the US Treasury
Ian: The better question is why don't they mine? JGL (James' Great Laughter)
46:13

James more on Sen. Rockefeller's Cybersecurity Act to shutdown the internet
48:12

Ian: ... You have to take your own responsibility back for YOUR own reality...
50:02

Ian: ... the Chemical Body is where you notice the lack, the problem, the issue, the contrast...
50:17

Ian e.g., "the lack of milk"
- this "contrast" causes the "discussion," to consider alternatives
51:10

Bob cold fusion
- energy has always been free (Ian)
51:50

Brandon, "Bob seems to be getting crazier and crazier..."
- he also sent a photo of politician all looking down into their smartphones during a budget meeting
54:17

End of the show, commercial break
55:27

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