Friday, April 29, 2005

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The Three Trillion Dollar Plot

I have been astounded by the lack of coverage of the recent bust in the Philippines of two men in possession of three trillion dollars worth of bonds. I asked Cliff - the inventor of the web bot technology (which scans huge portions of the internet seeking linguistic shifts that seem to portend future events) to look at the data stream coming in for the current web bot run and sketch out the "big picture" behind this amazingly under-reported story. Here's his report...

Flavell and Beany get busted! 04.29.2005

"Flavell and Beany. No, not the ingredients of a new multi-bean soup, nor the description of the latest craze in the production of wine from legumes. No, in this case Flavell and Beany are the two central, although minor, players on a real game of risk aimed at bringing down the global economy by crashing the USofA dollar and thus shifting the balance(s) of power instantly.

Paul Edward John Flavell and Sam Beany came to global, albeit internet, media attention as they were just going about their business and were paying a freight bill at their local DHL shipping office in Manila, Philippines. Just as Flavell was handing over the 53,967 Philippine Pesos required to ship their largish box to Zurich, Suisse, he and Beany were busted.

"NBI Director Reynaldo Wycoco said the suspects, Paul Edward John Flavell and Sam Beany, both temporary residents of Room 305, CEO Apartments on Jupiter Street, Makati, had tried to send the fake US reserve notes, which had a face value of $3 trillion, to Zurich, Switzerland, through a commercial courier company.

NBI agent Manuel Eduarte, head of the NBI Antigraft Division, said the suspects were arrested after the agency received a call from DHL courier company about a suspicious package the two suspects were sending to Switzerland. "

The first clue that Flavell had about his sudden change in legal status came when the Manila freighting office of the international cargo forwarder DHL Philippines Inc was instantly filled with agents if the Philippines National Bureau of Investigation. The NBI agents crowded in very small office and to Flavell’s horror, seemed to take an inordinate amount of interest in his and Beany’s package to Switzerland.

Details of the arrest can be found at

As the story unfolded, it appears that the NBI agents were quite justified in their curiosity about Flavell’s box. When opened, the packages revealed 3 Trillion dollars in crisp, counterfeit USofA bonds. Now note that this was ‘trillion’ with a ‘t’, in deference to the importance of the amount, it ought to be spelled out in all capitals as in THREE TRILLION DOLLARS!

While it is true that 3 trillion is hardly real money these days, and actually only represents about a third of the USofA GDP, it nonetheless was apparently enough fake currency to do the job.

What job was that? Well, nothing much, just the collapse of the USofA dollar and by extension the collapse of the global financial infrastructure. Even though Flavell and Beany are not saying much since they posted 16,000 Philippine Peso bond and disappeared, there are a host of clues about the plot emerging globally.

Of course, vast quantities of speculation are involved as well, it is the internet after all. However, given the nature of our data gathering and sifting work, and the fortunate coincidence that we had an ALTA report series {web bots – see explanation at for explanation of web bot history} run underway at the time of the occurrence of the bust, we have found ourselves privy to some very interesting data-points which lead to some very interesting speculation.

For instance we first note what is not reported, and that is the story as a whole. Yes, it did make the MSM {mainstream media}, but it was given the ‘chop and stop’ approach to delivery wherein the story is told factually with very little emotive addition through adjectives or adverbs, and with deliberately impact-crushing verbs. That is, the story was just put out there in such a manner as to sink rapidly below the general perceptive threshold of the public. The story is told, just so that its absence does not incite further interest. Fundamentally, as any MSM observer would note, it was given ‘no legs’.

However, the story very much has legs on the internet. Now true, much of the spew out there is froth and worthless, but if one knows how to look, and how to read, and what to judge as valid, there are some very interesting data points floating around amidst the speculation.

One of the data points has to do with the languages in which the story is being discussed. We note with interest that Israeli, Brazil, Dutch, and Malay-Chinese have more verbiage about the story than has appeared in the internet-published, MSM, English language press. Curious, eh?

Our work consists of filtering vast quantities of data from the internet, parsing through it all and seeking changes in language which we postulate precede changes in behavior. In this run our bandwidth capture target is in excess of 80 million reads each potentially as large as 2048 words clustered around our subject target words. One of our largest ever runs.

So we are sitting there happily watching our servers hum along to themselves when the story about the Flavell and Beany bust floats across our processing. It is intriguing, not every day that 3 trillion in counterfeit bonds gets busted. Then there is the associated information, most of which makes no sense.

Ok, being captured in the Philippines does make sense. In fact, it initially went along with our pre-conception of the Philippine population as a very hard working, enterprising people. And, it makes sense that such a thing could occur in Manila as it is one of the major cross-cultural boundary gateway from SE Asia to the Western world. So, not really out of place. As noted, the Philippines population is hard working, and enterprising, and if they were to turn their hands to counterfeiting they would do well at it. But even so, the amount was a bit large. After all, 3 trillion represents a whole lot of dollars and would be very hard for the average counterfeiting ring to work through their usual distribution channels. Bear in mind the point of counterfeiting is to work the fake money into the system such that real value can be ‘extracted’ in the process. Usually that means making purchases, and either getting the ‘real value’ back in the form of the ‘change’ or alternatively, either returning the item purchased later for cash, or selling it at a discount for cash. No matter how it is achieved, the point of counterfeiting is to swap your fake notes for real FRN’s {USofA Federal Reserve Notes commonly called dollars}.

So, for a counterfeiting story, it is very unusual. A very large amount of fake dollar bonds in very high denominations making it virtually guaranteed that it is not to be processed through regular distribution for such work. Then SE Asian association through Manila, and it turns out that Flavell and Beany are not Philippines citizens, and claim to be British. Indeed, they used British passports and converted British Pounds to pay their bail. And they have two, yet to be apprehended accomplishes according to the NBI, both of whom are also thought to be British. Hmmm….

Nor is it the first time in recent months that such a counterfieting operation has been detected. As the Manila Times noted:

"The NBI said the package, sealed in an iron-cast chest, was similar to the shipment the NBI seized a few months ago that also contained fake US dollar notes. " (emphasis added)

That is when we set a few flags on our processing to pick up references to the Flavell and Beany bust should they arise. It was all just to curiosity provoking. Too large to distribute amount of counterfeit money going to Zurich? Home of banks and banksters. Again, hmmmm…. Now why would Suisse banks cooperate in distributing 3 trillion dollars in fake money? Hmmm….

And just what effect would nearly 1/3rd of a whole years USofA GDP have if it hit the financial system suddenly? Hmmmm…externally generated hyper-inflation? Have Flavell and Beany and their masters been getting their ideas from old movies? Specifically the Peter Falk/Alan Arkin film, ‘The In-laws’…..hmmmm, again.

Since most of our work is based on the summation of numeric representations for emotional values, we thought it interesting to find out just where, on this wide planet of ours, and in which languages we would find the most emotively bound content around the story of Flavell and Beany’s bust. Curiously again, it was neither British or American based sites where we located the higher levels of emotive summations. Rather we found that the highest two sites for emotive summations {Ed Note: language/cultural differences thought to be normalized by our processing} turned out to be Russian, and Israeli. True the values on the Russian sites are lower on a total verbiage associated, but higher on emotive impact into the future so the summations are nearly the same. Then we have Brazilian sites, Malay {local Chinese variants}, Dutch, German, and rapidly descending after that, local Philippines languages, then English, followed by Chinese. Again, a very large hmmmm arises from the summation values. Given that the MSM in the USofA ‘chop and stopped’ the story, it is not actually surprising that it has longer international legs. What is surprising is the speculation that arose instantly as to Israeli links to the British Flavell and Beany. We noted that within 30 minutes of the Flavell and Beany bust hitting the net, the first speculation appears that it was an Israeli Government sponsored project. And where the speculation first appears….Israel, then Russia, then English language discussions. Hmmmm.

Then we noted the rise in verbiage about the bust in various other languages including some significant discussion about the alleged accomplices, Seki Mehmet Bayram and Peter Whittkamp. Both names showed up repeatedly with SE Asian associations localized to Malaysia, and India. What was odd was to see some discussion and press reports of some serious lengths appear in Malay-Chinese news sources. Again, an oddity in a case of oddities.

Having surveyed the data points as they are coming in around the Flavell and Beany bust this past week, it is easy to agree that one possible goal for the creation of the 3 Trillion dollars was to actually inflict fatal inflation at strategic vulnerable points in the economic system with the idea of crashing the USofA dollar. The result would be global chaos.

Of course, since the Federal Reserve Bank, which is not a part of the Federal Government of the USofA, and has no reserves, and is not a bank, is also in the business of creation of money from nothing, which is sort of like counterfeiting, perhaps there would have been no major impact from the 3 trillion new worthless dollars. After all, when you have a bazillions pieces of green paper out there {or digi-dollars}, what is a few trillion more going to hurt?

One thing to note is that motivation, and goals ascribed to the now vanished Flavell and Beany are all speculative. We may never know the inside of the Flavell and Beany story. But some things can be ascertained with reasonable certainty: 1) the story is not yet complete; 2) Flavell and Beany are not whom the appear; 3) It takes banks and banksters to move 3 Trillion dollars, legitimate or fake; 4) Banks and banksters are part and parcel of the global governance infrastructure, so somewhere there is someone inside the system who is deeply involved {ed note: don’t buy life insurance for this person(s)}; 5) 3 trillion dollars is not created for the increase of personal wealth, this is a ‘strategic’ amount of money {conclusion from evidence}, likely intended as a weapon {speculation as to use}; 6) the speculation of the use of the 3 trillion as a weapon leads to the conclusion that a ‘war’ is ongoing between non-national, or supra-national groups.

While there is much yet to be revealed about the Great Global Adventure in Counterfeiting, and indeed more will likely emerge over the next few weeks, one conclusion that can be drawn, from this story, and its data-points, is that it is a dangerous universe, and the powers that be {TPTB} have their agents out there working their asses off between busts. This is probably not a good sign for regular humans. Heads up there peoples, Flavell and Beany are out-and-about at large.



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