Why Were The Trillions In Fake Bonds Held In Chicago Fed Crates?

Tyler Durden's picture

While there is precious little in terms of detail coming out of the latest and literally greatest "fake" bond story in history, the BBC has been kind enough to release the pictures of the boxes that the supposedly fake bonds were contained in. While we reserve judgment on the authenticity of the bonds, what we wonder is whether the boxes were also fake. Because while we can understand why someone would counterfeit the Treasury paper itself, what we don't get is why someone would go the extra effort to also create a "fake" compartment in which to store it. In this case a compartment that is property of the "CHICAGO FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM." Perhaps Fed uberdove and Chicago Fed President Charles Evans will be kind enough to explain why Versailles Treaty Chicago Fed crates are floating around in Europe (and filled with $6 trillion in supposedly fake bearer bonds)?

What is also interesting is that a simple google search for Mother Box Treaty of Versailles yields the following:

Transferring rights over Mother Box Treaty of Versailles 1934-Illinois Bank

 

We transfer rights over Mother Box Treaty of Versailles 1934-Illinois Bank having the next status:
1. Has been verified by the authorities, being legal, certain and real existence.-
2. With SKR in an Reputable Security House in an European Country .-
3. History of mother box and baby boxes (13 ) certified by a public notary.-
4. Print amount in the front of Mother Box includes:
M.B. Control...G7777xxxxxxxxxxxx
Serial
Sec Code
Public Debt Nº
Total Face Value: Three Trillions
5. Inside 13 baby boxes closed, with certificates, numbers, size and height.-
6. 13 JPG Images (In High Definition) Front, Up, Down, Right, Left, Inside, each with notary seal and sign.-

 

Transfer rights under conditions as follows:
1. Deal only with direct interested with Bank POF (Proof of Funds) in hands (Non negotiable point).
2. No broker chains or pretenders in the middle.
3. Verification when buyer wants and wish face to face.
4. Meeting with the owner without problem, ever in the European Country.
5. We are able and open mind about any reasonable offer.
6. We not send images, numbers of information in advance.
7. First step for any interested person: LOI and Passport.
8. Second step: We reply with the same.
9. Third Step: Both parties disclose addresses, phone numbers, mails and skype (Owners don´t speak english)
10. Operation is clear: after all previous steps is Box against Money.

If interest please write to secretisimo@mail.com

 

And some other examples of Chicago Fed Mother Boxes courtesy of divinecosmos:

 

And below is a fascinating, if entirely uncorroborated account on the provenance of these boxes, once again courtesy of Divine Cosmos. Unwittingly, the counterfeiters may have stumbled upon something they had no idea about:

 

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Jefferson's picture

Made in China.

 

espirit's picture

Available on EBay @ $9.99 each.

camaro68ss's picture

Box looks legit to me. Must have printed the box too

flacon's picture

I think it's some sort of hidden signal - a warning. This story, while it may be true, smells so strongly like some sort of "false flag".

Ag Tex's picture

Good thing this story wasn't intentionally leaked.

MillionDollarBonus_'s picture

The overwhelming demand for US debt is attracting fraudsters and scammers claiming to sell real US bonds but are in fact selling fake certificates. If you are investing in US treasuries or long term debt, then make sure you contact a reputable broker. Many people are discovering that the US bonds are the most liquid safe-haven investment, and it is imperative that they avoid these scams in the process of protecting their wealth.

nope-1004's picture

Ya, the "safe haven" is so easily counterfeit with laser printers.  So be sure to contact your reputable JPM or MF Global broker to get the real ones.  That's the key here!!

 LOL.

 

CrazyCooter's picture

Anyone else notice the "Gold Certificate" printed on the bond?

Regards,

Cooter

EDIT: The image is in the BBC article right now ...

Calmyourself's picture

Nicely put MDB, we are the highest and best Ponzi of them all, step right up to Barnum's ponzi auction house "Get your bonds here"

gmrpeabody's picture

WOW..., did anyone else just experience Deja Vu?

gmrpeabody's picture

What..., in a freakin pirate chest?

Common on, man!

 

Cadavre's picture

It looks like the "underwear bomber's" suit case. Hmmm - Deivine Cosmos wearing sandals in Chicago (see the second or topview picture). Looks like he/her had a recent pedicure. The US is a hive of nail salons.

BigJim's picture

Those 'baby' boxes look like something you would find a baby in... dead, and maybe mummified. Creepy, just like most things originating from the US Government.

TruthInSunshine's picture

I'm going to buy some better quality bearer bonds on Alibaba and bail out PIIGS with them, just because I despise The Money Masters.

p.s. - The back story on this as enumerated by the document above is extremely poorly written and appears to have originated from the mind of someone akin to a screenwriter of b (or c) grade movies.

Buckaroo Banzai's picture

Anybody else notice that there are 13 baby boxes inside each Mother box?

And that each of the bonds has 33 coupons?

13? 33?

Hit the "up arrow" if you know the significance of those particular numbers.

OutLookingIn's picture

CAUTION

Shortage of Foil looms

Many seen wearing foil hats

Still more are fashioning said head gear

HamyWanger's picture

Actually, United States Treasury Bonds are NOT and CANNOT be "counterfeit with laser printers", as every coupon payment is individually analyzed and confirmed by the Treasury Department before being issued to the legitimate recipient. Therefore they remain the most secure investment that an American saver can make. 

Frankly, this is getting tiresome. 

After the supposedly dangerous fluoridation in American tap water (which, according to some crackpot Chinese scientists and fluoridealert.org, would lower I.Q. in young children), after the supposedly nefarious control of the money supply in America by a few "oligarchs" who are supposed to be able to buy whatever they want in the world with counterfeit money, after the alleged "NORAD" reeducation camp in Colorado and the FEMA internment camps, yet another conspiracy theory manufactured and carefully nurtured by the libertarian "doom machine": the Chicago Federal Reserve would be manufacturing fake T-Bonds and shipping them to Switzerland in order to flood the international monetary market and provoke an hyperinflation. 

I originally looked at this with amusement but now I really think the federal government should intervene. It is NOT acceptable to let libertarian rednecks brainwash their unfortunate children with these theories for example; this is child abuse pure and simple. 

SilverIsKing's picture

I think the Federal Government has already intervened.

Get what I'm sayin?

Don Birnam's picture

This looks like it was liberated from the prop room, straight off the set of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest."

Did this "Treaty of Versailles mother box" also contain the heart of Davy Jones ?

HoofHearted's picture

And we would have gotten away with it too, if it wasn't for those meddlin kids and their dog...

Troll Magnet's picture

that box looks pretty shitty compared to my monster boxes.

Silver Dreamer's picture

No, but Indiana Jones found it!

ljag's picture

"would lower I.Q. in young children....."

 

Judging from your comment, it appears 'they' are correct........eh?

jomama's picture

oh Hamy, there are many, many scientific publications regarding the toxicity of flouridation in water. most notably to infants.  

your satire has become passé at best.

MillionDollarBonus_'s picture

This is indeed child abuse of the most insidious kind. The biggest tragedy is that these children are going to grow up mistrusting their own government, in a world full of dangers and risks that the state protects us from. The truth is I actually feel sorry for these people. They live such amazingly pathetic lives, and refuse to integrate into civilized society while constantly rambling on about ludicrous conspiracy theories that make the average American cringe with embarrassment. It is all very well for adult doomer rednecks to choose this lifestyle, but they have no right to infect their children with this garbage.

 

true brain's picture

Madoff, get off the computer and get back to those license plate. And make yourself pretty for husband Carlos- I mean, your cellmate.

HamyWanger's picture

You brilliantly summed up why the State was invented in the first place: taking people to a higher level, instead of letting them rot in their poverty or low intelligence like it was the case 150 years ago, at the time of children working in coal mines and women being submitted to their Southern husbands like cattle. 

When I was younger (in 1997 if my memory serves me right), I took part in a heated argument with my teacher of Social Policy in med. school about the role of government and the bounds of its actions. We were talking about the rise of antisocial and white supremacist gangs in Idaho and Montana in the 1980s and 1990s. 

I was the only one in the classroom, along with a shy but bright girl from SoCal, to defend the compulsory internment in psychiatric hospitals of conspiracy theorists, racists, neo-Nazis, anti-Semites, libertarians and asocial "off-griders" (as they like to call themselves). 

I don't regret having done it, even if at the time it met puzzled reception and I seriously risked losing my scholarship. 

My reasoning was that to destroy a group, you need to strike at their children, namely, stop the transmission of culture from parents to children. And for that you need to isolate the two elements. 

aerojet's picture

I don't think you belong in a free society.  The solution for all this crazy speech is well-reasoned rebuttal speech, not incarceration as some central power sees fit.  That would be the Chinese model.  Ours has been a success because of the marketplace of ideas.  All these conspiracies point back to a fundamental distrust in anything the government tells us is true because of all the abuse heaped upon us via propaganda throughout the years, propaganda which has been exposed to the sunlight and seen for what it is.  The kookery is a direct result of not being able to trust a damn bit of information from any official source because there is too much agitprop and deliberate tampering and massaging of facts delivered to the public. 

kito's picture

youre getting really weird on us now...........

preppin.for.the.big.one's picture

So... The best way to end "conspiracy theories" is to act in a manner that confirms the theory? 

Interesting.

But... go right ahead and keep pushing for "compulsory internment".  I - and a bunch of other well-armed "libertarian rednecks" - will "see your bet" on tyranny and raise it with a proper and logical Jeffersonian response... (something to do with the tree of liberty and the blood of tyrants).

Signed,

Your ill-informed, mal-educated redneck.

zapdude's picture

What if we don't like your ideas and lock you up and take away your kids instead?  Seems only fair to me.

booboo's picture

Let me guess, that "shy little girl" grew up to be Head of Homeland Security.

You sir belong in another time and another place, hanging with Margaret Sanger in a Paris cafe pre world war two, perhaps sitting next to a young disinfranchised Austrian Jew, they would marvel at shit running down your chin(s).

Al Gorerhythm's picture

You have irremedially decredibilized yourself again, Hamy. Laughed my ass out again. Your hits just keep on happening. How's life in Canadia, Hamy?  Must be something in the water up there.

JPM Hater001's picture

"I originally looked at this with amusement but now I really think the federal government should intervene. It is NOT acceptable to let libertarian rednecks brainwash their unfortunate children with these theories for example; this is child abuse pure and simple."

Oh look isnt that cute...They are letting MDB's little brother post now...What's his name?  Stewie you say?

JPM Hater001's picture

And yes MDB, That makes you Meg.  Not Brian or Chris or Lois...

preppin.for.the.big.one's picture

"Frankly, this is getting tiresome."

Frankly, you should invert your profile picture - our country is in distress and needs help. 

The bond market will ultimately cop to the reality that the US debt machine will collapse under its own weight, and we "libertarian rednecks" won't need to manufacture some conspiracy theory about the Fed provoking hyperinflation.

Instead, we'll see a massive deflationary collapse.

Go back where you came from, shill.

the PTB's picture

And you forgot those nuts raving about chemtrails. 

Rubbish's picture

Scratching head, real or fake, 6t or 100t, I won't be paying my share of the debt anyway. Carry on.

XitSam's picture

Reputable. Say, a primary dealer such as MF Global?

krispkritter's picture

MillionDollarDumbass...they're ALL FAKE! Just like you. FYI, the fraudsters and scammers are the Fed! 'Reputable broker'? Who the fuck are you kidding? Corzine? Madoff? Any number of Wall Street 'wizards'? Why do they call them wizards? Because they make things disappear! Who would you like to serve you up your next plate full of bullshit, those guys, riiiigght...

HamyWanger's picture

Your physician was right, you know.

Stopping your daily lithium and Ritalin intake was a bad idea. 

krispkritter's picture

http://www.smartplanet.com/blog/global-observer/psychologists-explain-financial-market-madness/3902?tag=nl.e662

I take one lithium AA battery a day...thought it was working...let me check with the voices and I'll get back to you yesterday.

sushi's picture

Perhaps up the dosage to a D cell once every 4 hours?

Works for me.

The Big Ching-aso's picture

 

 

Hell, I'm wondering why and who allowed these bonds to be discovered?   Someone hates equal competition.

i-dog's picture

Someone stumbled upon a Rothschild (or Betty Battenberg) petty cash tin. He/she probably won't even notice it's missing.

dontgoforit's picture

I'm RICH!  I'm RICH!  My daddy was awarded this money for setting up the Treaty of Versailles and getting everyone to sign on!  However, they squeezed the Germans a bit much and Daddy didn't get the money because we went back to war over it in the '30's.  Then he was shot down in a B-17 raid over Wuperthal and wasn't able to collect.  Family talked about it for decades, but was always stonewalled by D.C.  Sheitmeister!  Oh well - perhaps they'll send us some token.  Gold would do.

JPM Hater001's picture

Um, they were busted being smuggled in to Switzerland.  The point is one of the biggest and ugliest dirtiest bleck, things the Fed has ever done.  And it was done in collusion with the Federal Government in plain sight.

And 9/11 was an inside bank job about gold...Not Islam.

Let's hope and pray there isnt competition in that arena.  Please.

aerojet's picture

It's an interesting narrative, but impossible to validate the truthfulness of.  It does have a certain easy style to it.  If you think about how the Bush family might fit into that whole business, it does kind of make you wonder.  They could have made this the plot of the recent Captain America flick.

 

 

Disenchanted's picture

 

JPM Hater001 said: "And 9/11 was an inside bank job about gold...Not Islam."

 

Book 3 - The Golden Lily Treasure by Jeff Prager

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16017306/Book%20III%20Complete.pdf

 

excerpt:

By 1960, it was clear to European central banks that they soon would be holding dollars in excess of the official
U.S. gold reserves. Until the 1960s the U.S. gold reserves and the secret Black Eagle Trust allowed the United
States to browbeat any nation into complying with U.S. wishes and desires. By 1960, the printing of fiat money
nearly equaled the U.S. gold reserves. The dwindling ratio of the U.S. gold reserves to the money supply allowed
other nations to escape from under Uncle Sam’s heavy hand. As a result starting around 1960 various nations began
striking out on their own course, most notably France. The role of gold in the Cold War is perhaps one of the most
unrecognized factors in the entire Cold War era. While the Black Eagle Trust still could fix election globally, the
U.S. was forced by their dwindling gold stocks to ease the heavy repression of the 1950s, both domestically and
globally. The result was an almost spontaneous global protest leading to one of the most tumultuous decades of the
20th Century. It was French demands to exchange dollars for gold that led to Nixon closing the gold window.

There's some great pics and documents as well within that .pdf linked above...

 

Also see other books by Prager:

 

Book 1 - Murdering Liberty Killing Hope

Deals with the people responsible for 911, who they are, how they did and most importantly why. It describes the
QRS11 Gyro Chip, Smacsonic® and Metastable Intermolecular Nano Composite Sol Gels and provides the data
necessary to understand clearly what happened that day. Further, using photostats of Securities and Exchange
Commission filings, Federal Reserve working papers, depositions, banking statements, contracts and other data it
paints an undeniable picture that 911 was Made In America. Link to Book 1, “Murdering Liberty Killing Hope:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16017306/911%20Final%20Unedited.pdf

Book 2 - After 911

Connects the SubPrime crisis to the same people responsible for 911 and introduces a number of lesser known
players. The book also speculates on what the American reader can expect through 2012 from a financial perspective
from these elected and appointed financial criminals.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16017306/Book%20II%20Complete.pdf

 

Book 4 - The Suitcase Bomb

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16017306/Book%204.pdf

Book 4 excerpt:

This story was a short blip on the mainstream media horizon of psuedo
news and disappeared faster then a speeding bullet in a Superman comic
and obtaining information about it on the internet is difficult, to put it
mildly. We start off with this report from the UK Sunday Times:

 

June 16, 2009
Japanese pair arrested in Italy with US bonds worth $134 billion
by Richard Owen in Rome

 

Italian prosecutors were trying to establish yesterday whether US bonds
with a face value of $134 billion seized from two alleged smugglers
were real or counterfeit.

 

The bonds were found when the two men — said to be Japanese but as
yet not identified — were arrested while attempting to cross into Switzerland
from Italy by train at the frontier town of Chiasso this month.

 

Prosecutors in Como said that the two men had hidden the bonds in the
false bottom of a suitcase.

the PTB's picture

Dear krisp:

Um...MDB is just kidding.  He is being sarcastic.  BTW, for the sake of epistemological discourse, how do you know that they are fake?  Just asking.