The Marshall Plan – Part Two — Who Is Owed the Return

By Anna Von Reitz

Attention: Prosecutor Karim A.A. Kahn,QC; H.E. Joan E. Donoughue, H.E. Kiril Gevgorian, H.E. Cardinal Dominique Mamberti, Lord High Steward Ivan Talbot, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Antonio Guterres Secretary General of the United Nations, Bank of International Settlements, Lord Mayor of Inner City of London, and other Interested Parties: 

Consider this lesson in Black Magic to be a necessary part of educating oneself to face off the powers of evil in the modern world.  

It’s the end of World War II.  Seventeen countries in western and southern Europe teetered on the edge of an Abyss.  General George Marshall came up with a Plan to rebuild those countries and their economies and here is how it worked.

A very large amount of privately held gold belonging to the D’Avila Family Trust was “blocked” for fifty (50) years — meaning that the Depositors were denied access to or any ability to move their gold held by banks for a period of fifty years from the date of deposit.  

The banks, thus assured of having that gold underwriting their extension of credit promptly issued ten times the value of the gold deposits as credit available to the ravaged countries and their governments under the theory of Fractional Reserve Banking. 

Fractional Reserve Banking says, well, on any given day, only about 1/10th of the people will want to take cash out of their accounts, so, we can safely loan out 90% of our “reserves” as credit at interest.  

So, in this crazy (and technically illegal) system, the bank gets to create 10X as much credit as the value of the assets that underwrite the bank and keep only the 100% of the gold or other commodity asset, plus 11% of the credit amount as “cash”, to pay off those depositors who at random ask for cash back from their deposits. 

The banks are “betting on the margin” in other words and reaping large returns on the interest being paid on these “loans” of credit that is, technically, owed to the heirs of the D’Avila Family Trust and their beneficiaries and not to the banks at all.  The banks have nothing at risk and no actual ownership interest in anything.

In 1851 the Spanish Courts ruled that the D’Avila assets came from non-criminal origin and the administrator of the Trust was allowed to deposit these assets in the global banking system.  The original agreement for this privilege was for 50 years from the last deposit that happened on October 7th, 1941, so the heir could not remove these assets until October 7th, 1991. The outbreak of World War II changed everything, the United States of America, the Allied Nations, and Non-Allied Nations were seeking a way to rebuild the world after two world wars, the solution was the D’Avila assets.  These Assets were transferred to Severino Garcia STA Romana as the asset owner so these assets could be traded for 50 years to fund a global project to rebuild the world. It took some time to plan and position these assets due to World War II and the recovery of assets from Germany and Japan that belonged to the D’Avila Trust. The 50-year agreement was extended to 2005 as the trading of these assets likely did not start until 1955.

All the D’Avila Family Trust assets were placed on deposit as of 1941, so the heirs went hungry to bed for sixty-four years, waiting for 2005 to roll around, and the promised end to the “block” on their funds.  They also held the reasonable expectation that at least some of the interest that was collected by the banks would be returned to the Trust, and that they would: (1) be able to enjoy a reasonable standard of living for themselves, and (2) would be able to fulfill the Trust Indenture, which requires the funds to be used to “uplift” humanity. 

2005 came and went.  More excuses and more shuffling took place. The “arrangement” provided a 5-year window period that extended another five years to 2010, with the understanding that the deposits would finally be released to the control of the heirs and beneficiaries.  2010 came and went.  More shuffling.  More excuses.  

The fact is that the World Bank and IBRD and BIS and all these other banks had grown used to having control of the D’Avila Trust assets secured in their vaults and they had found ways to benefit themselves by manipulating markets and seizing actual physical assets in exchange for loans of “credit” that never even belonged to these banks.  All that credit is owed to the Trust, minus reasonable and customary bank and brokerage fees. 

By 2005 and 2010, however, it was apparent that the banks couldn’t possibly pay back the D’Avila Trust both the gold and the credit owed from all the interest collected on all those loans, plus keep on glutting themselves, so negotiations came to a standstill.  In 2005, the so-called “Off Ledger” — blocked asset accounts, were left in Limbo Land, all the banks and all the governments without a contract to use the gold any longer continued as if they had a contract in place.  

What has ensued ever since has been a Bank Club Fest of criminality, greed, unaccountability, lies, and excuses.  They all know where the gold that underwrites their banks came from.  They all know that the gold assets must be freed up and that the profits from the interest must be shared with the Trust. Most of all, they all know that the accounting is due. 

And they are all sitting there, including Karen Hudes, shrugging like so many monkeys, trying to pretend, “Well, hey, this depository account hasn’t been touched in fifty years…. must be “abandoned”….” 

That’s their favorite excuse for stealing money, especially money held in Escrow accounts and Slush Funds that the Depositors of the actual assets are never told about.

When you have more than one person, one bank, one agency, one government acting together to prevent the asset owner and/or Heirs from recovering their assets, it is called a conspiracy, a criminal act that has no statute of limitations.  Because these assets were placed under Severino Garcia STA Romana as the asset owner and he died in 1974, the assets are protected under an estate with a court appointed Attorney in Fact that has been ordered by the Federal Court of the United States of America to Discover, Collect and Settle the Estate of Severino Garcia STA. Romana. The Claimant against this Estate is the D’Avila Family Trust –the source of the assets deposited by Severino Garcia STA. Romana in the first place.

The actual heir of the D’Avila Family Trust who has the General Power of Attorney for the Trust (there are other heirs, but he holds the GPA) went to Federal Court and to International Courts, and he won his cases to recover these assets from the agencies and banks holding these assets. 

The banks are still trying to avoid the judgment in favor of the heirs (STA Romana Family), and claimants (Avila Family) and the actual Beneficiaries — that is, all the people of the Earth. 

So, that makes the Banks and everyone protecting the Banks in this matter criminals– unless they immediately Cease and Desist their obstructionist activities and release the D’Avila Depository Accounts and make available the pre-paid credit owed back to the Trust, in recompense for blocking these accounts and extending credit at interest based on these assets since 1941. 

How would you feel if you deposited your money in a bank, and that bank arbitrarily blocked your access to your money for eighty years?  And then lied about it and said that they don’t know who the Depositor is?  That the funds are “abandoned”? 

I am the Assign of the D’Avila Trust in my capacity as the Fiduciary for The United States of America, speaking on behalf of the Heirs and Beneficiaries, all living people of this country and ultimately, the planet: it’s time for this criminal nonsense to end, and literally everyone in the world has a stake in helping me to end it.   

There are more than 5,000 Family and Institutional Trusts which the banks are attempting to commandeer in this way.

Money is a symbol. Life is the only value. And the debt owed back to the living people is long past due. 

The actual ownership interest is known. It has been adjudicated. There is no confusion about it.  Not one peso has been “abandoned”.  Each bank and each government is responsible and liable.  

On the back side of the overall transaction, the interest and return has been paid by living people who didn’t owe the governments that have benefited from the Marshall Plan and the European Economic Recovery Plan a single penny.  All that debt was foisted off on individual living people by means of legal chicanery and commercial deceit.  

The actual physical assets belonging to families have been seized under conditions of fraud and deceit by banks trading on the assets of the D’Avila Family Trust, in direct violation of the Trust Indenture, which directs this money to be used to uplift humanity and to break the chains of ignorance and poverty. 

The banks had the use of the credit generated from the D’Avila Trust assets to use and invest for free, yet they charged rates in usury above 500% on many mortgages that the living people never owed.

These banks have been protected in these outrageous crimes by the members of the Bar Associations, by military contractors, and by politicians who have benefited themselves at the cost of millions of lives, homes, and families. 

As I speak, thousands of Americans are being physically evicted from their homes for not paying mortgages that those Americans never owed.  Armed thugs acting under color of law have trespassed on private property at the behest of these banks, which are benefiting from the assets of the D’Avila Family Trust and inflicting this crime on the living people that the Trust assets are supposed to help and uplift. 

Shame on the Generals who have participated in and allowed this for a cut of the action.  

Shame on the Roman Catholic Church and its Collection Agency known as the Internal Revenue Service and the IRS, both, and its venal abusive claim to own the names of living people and to use those names and the assets attached to them as collateral and as the basis of labor contracts without disclosure and without permission.  

Shame on the banks and the bankers who have taken such a gross advantage of the D’Avila Family Trust and the Heirs and the intended Beneficiaries of the Trust, with the help of corrupt and incorporated British Crown Corporations that have engineered much of this Crime Against Humanity. 

Shame on everyone who has attempted to further block the Heir’s access to their own deposits and to claim that any of these funds are abandoned.  

Shame on those who have whipped and beaten and harassed and evicted and stolen the physical assets of the living people using credit and collecting usury based on the use of assets that never belonged to them.  

The return on these assets from 153 countries is owed the D’Avila Family Trust and is owed to the intended Beneficiaries of the Trust – which includes all of humanity.  Full recompense is due to all the people who have been the victims of the selfishness, trickery, and False Claims in Commerce promoted by these banks.

The Federal Court Order discovery so far has uncovered (below) the banks holding assets covered by the Estate of Severino Garcia STA. Romana.  There are still many more banks and accounts holding assets that will be discovered as we continue the discovery as ordered by the Federal Courts:

1. ABN- Amro Bank NV Netherlands (Netherlands, Amsterdam)

2. ABN- Amro Bank Netherlands (Netherlands, Bussum Branch)

3, ABN- Amro Bank Netherlands (Singapore Branch)

4. Agricultural Bank of China (Singapore)

5. Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad (Kuala Lumpur)

6. Allgemeine Privatkunden Bank (Berlin, Charlottenburg)

7. ANZ Bank Malaysia Berhad (Kuala Lumpur Branch)

8. Arab Bank of Italy (Rome, Italy)

9. Arab Bank of New York (New York) 

10. Arab Malaysia Berhad (Kuala Lumpur Branch)

11. Arab Bank PLC (Singapore Branch)

12. Banco Espirito Santo (Lisboa Branch)

13. Banco Central De Resarva De EI Salvador (El Salvador Branch)

14. Bangkok Bank (Kuala Lumpur Branch)

15. Bangkok Bank (Thailand, Bangkok Branch)

16. Bangkok Bank (Hongkong, Main Office)

17. Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited (Singapore Branch)

18. Bank of America National Association (Singapore Branch)

19. Bank of Ayudhya Public Company Limited (Phongpheng Ayudhya Thailand)

20. Bank of Baroda (Bangkok, Thailand)

21. Bank of Canada (Ontario, Canada)

22. Bank of China (Beijing, China Branch)

23. Bank of China (Beijing, main office)

24. Bank of China (Seoul Branch)

25. Bank of China (Shanghai, China)

26. Bank of China (Onsan Branch, Korea)

27 Bank of China (Shanghai & Shenzhen China)

28. Bank of China (Guangdong Branch China)

29. Bank of China (Jakarta Branch Indonesia)

30. Bank of China (Hongkong Branch)

31. Bank of China (Vietnam Branch)

32. Bank of China (Tokyo Branch)

33. Bank of China (Minato, Japan)

34. Bank of China (Singapore Branch)

35. Bank of China (Bangkok, Thailand)

36. Bank of China & Bank of Communication (Guldin Branch, China)

37. Bank of Communications (Singapore Branch)

38. Bank of East Asia Limited (Shenzhen Branch, China)

39. Bank of Estonia (Eesti Pank, Estonia)

40. Bank of Indonesia (Indonesia)

41. Bank of Israel (Israel)

42. Bank of Mongolia (London England Branch)

43. Bank of Japan (Tokyo Head Office)

44. Bank of Negara Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)

45. Bank of Negara Malaysia (Sarawak Branch, Malaysia)

46. Bank of the Sierra (Porterville, California USA)

47. Bank of Taiwan (Singapore Branch)

48. Bank of Tokyo – Mitsubishi (Hongkong Branch)

49.Bank of Tokyo – Mitsubishi (Tokyo, Japan)

50. Bank of Walnut Creek (Dorville, California USA)

51. Bank of the West (San Francisco, California USA)

52. Bank of, the West (Beverly Hills, California USA)

53.Bank of Yokohama (Hongkong Branch)

54. Bank of Thai Public Company Limited (Bangkok Thailand)

55. Bank of Sierra Leone (Sierra Leone)

56. HypoVereinsbank (Germany)

57. Banco Intesa (Milan, Italy Branch)

58. Barclays Bank (Amsterdam Netherlands)

59. Barclays Bank (Bangkok Thailand)

60. Barclays Banks (Beijing, China)

61. Barclays Bank (Birmingham, U.K)

62. Barclays Bank (Doha, Qatar)

63. Barclays Bank (Dubai, UAE)

64. Barclays Bank (Dublin Ireland)

65. Barclays Bank (Frankfurt, Germany)

66. Barclays Bank (Geneva, Switzerland)

67. Barclays Bank (Hongkong)

68. Barclays Bank (Jakarta, Indonesia)

69. Barclays Bank (Johannesburg South Africa)

70. Barclays Bank (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

71. Barclays Bank (Labuan Malaysia)

72. Barclays Bank (Greater London, England)

73. Barclays Bank (London, England)

74. Barclays Bank (Lausanne, Switzerland)

75. Barclays Bank (Luxemburg)

76. Barclays Bank (Madrid, Spain)

77. Barclays Bank (UK)

78. Barleys Bank (Milan, Italy)

79. Barclays Bank (Moscow, Russia)

80. Barclays Bank (Mumbai, India)

81. Barclays Bank (Paris, France)

82. Barclays Bank (Seoul, Korea)

83. Barclays Bank (Shanghai, China)

84. Barclays Bank (People’s Republic of China)

85. Barclays Bank (Singapore)

86. Barclays Bank PLC (Singapore)

87 Barleys Bank (Sydney, Australia)

88. Barclays Bank (Taipei, Taiwan)

89. Barclays Bank (Tel Aviv, Israel)

90. Barclays Bank (Tokyo, Japan)

91. Barclays Bank (Zurich, Switzerland)

92. BMO Bank of Montreal (Alberta, Calgary, Canada)

93, BMO Bank of Montreal (British Colombia, Canada)

94. BMO Bank of Financial Group. (Toronto, Ontario Canada)

95. BMO Bank of Montreal (Waterloo, Ontario Canada)

96. BMO Bank of Montreal (Quebec, Canada)

97. BMO Bank of Montreal (Nova Scotia, Canada)

98. BNP Paribas (Bahrain Branch)

99. BNP Paribas (Hongkong Branch, Takoo Place Office)

100. BNP Paribas (King Fahd Rd, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

101. BNP Paribas (Milano Branch, Italy)

102. BNP Paribas (Rome, Italy Head Office)

103. BNP Paribas Asset Management (Madrid, Spain)

104. BNP Paribas (Singapore)

105. Bulgaria National Bank (Bulgaria)

106. Cassa Di Risparmio Di Ferrara (DI Ferrara, Head Office Italy)

107. Cambodian Commercial Bank (Cambodia Head office)

108. Cambodian Asia Bank (Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia)

109. Cambodia Asia Bank (Battambang Branch, Cambodia)

110. Cambodia Asia Bank (Siem Reap Branch, Cambodia)

111. CIBC Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (Canada)

112. Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (Grand Cayman)

113. Cayman Islands – Cayman Islands international Banking Centre (Cayman Islands)

114. Central Bank of the Bahamas (Nassau, Bahamas)

115. Central Bank of Barbados (Barbados, West Indies)

116. Central Bank of China. (Taipei, Taiwan)

117. Central Bank of Egypt (Cairo Egypt)

118. Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Iran)

119. Central Bank of India (New Delhi, India)

120. Central Bank of India (Ahmadabad, India)

121. Central Bank of India (Agra, India)

122. Central Bank of India (Mumbai, India)

123. Central Bank of Ireland (Dublin, Ireland)

124. Central Bank of Kuwait (Hawally, Kuwait)

125. Central Bank of Nigeria (Nigeria)

126. Central Bank of Jordan (Amman, Jordan)

127. Central Bank of Papua New Guinea (Papua New Guinea)

128. Central Bank of Republic of Turkey (Turkey)

129. Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Russia)

130. Central Bank of Malta (Valletta, Malta)

131. Central Bank of Libya (Al Bayda, Libya)

132. Central Bank of Libya (Jumhouria Gharyan, Libya)

133. Central Bank of Libya (Tripoli Libya)

134. Central Bank of Sri Lanka (Colombo, Sri Lanka)

135. China Construction Bank (Beijing, China)

136. China Construction Bank (Gansu Branch, Lanzhou China)

137. China Construction Bank (Shenzhen Head Office, China)

138. China Construction Bank (Guanxi China)

139, China Construction Bank (Seoul Branch Korea)

140. China Construction Bank (Shanghai China)

141. China Construction Bank (Jung-gu, Seoul Korea)

142. Citibank (Milan Italy)

143. Citibank (Osaka Japan)

144. Citibank (Sydney, Australia)

145. Citibank (Seoul, Korea)

146. Citibank (Toronto, Ontario Canada)

147. Citibank (United Kingdom)

148. Citibank (Laban, Korea)

149. Citibank Berhad (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

150. Citibank (Shinagawa, Japan)

151. Credit Suisse (Tokyo, Japan)

152. Credit Suisse (Zurich, Switzerland)

153. Credit Suisse (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

154. Credit Suisse (Rathenau plats # 1 (Deutschland)

155. Credit Suisse (Kurfürstendamm, Berlin (Germany)

156. Credit Suisse (Taipei, Taiwan)

157. Credit Suisse (Seoul, Korea)

158. Credit Suisse (Singapore)

159. Credit Suisse (Switzerland)

160. Credit Suisse (Luxemburg)

161. Credit Suisse (Parade plats, Zurich Switzerland)

162. Credit Suisse (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

163. Credit Suisse (Bienne, Switzerland)

164. CHB-Chang Hwa Commercial Bank (Taipei, Taiwan)

165. Commercial Bank of Ceylon (Bangladesh)

166. Commerzbank AG (Germany)

167. Commerzbank (Bremen-Waltrershaursen, Germany)

168. Commerzbank (Bremen Schwachhauser, Germany)

169. Commerzbank (Osterholz – Scharmbeck, Germany)

170. Commerzbank (Frankfurt Main, Germany)

171. Commerzbank (Mainzer Landstrasse, Germany)

172. Commerzbank (Aktiengesenschaft ­ Singapore)

173. Daiichi Kangyo Bank Limited (Japan)

174. Daichi Kangyo Limited (Chiyoda, Tokyo

175. Denmark National Bank (Denmark)

176. Development Bank of Japan. (Tokyo, Japan)

177. Deutsche Bank – (Germany)

178. DBS (Shanghai Branch China)

179. Dresdner Bank (Germany)

180. Dresdner Bank (Belgium)

181 Dresdner Bank (UAE)

182. Dresdner Bank (Monaco)

183. Dresdner Bank (Austria)

184. European Central Bank (Germany)

185. Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Illinois (USA)

186. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (USA)  

187. Grupo Banco Popular (Russia)

188. Grupo Banco Popular (Lisboa, Portugal)

189. Grupo Banco Popular (Milano Italy)

190. Grupo Banco Popular (London, England) 

191. Grupo Banco Popular (United Kingdom)

192. FIM Bank PLC (Malta)

193. Goldman Sachs (Beijing China)

194. Hana Bank Limited (Seoul, South Korea)

195. Hang Seng Bank (Hongkong)

196. HSBC – Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation (London, England)

197. HSBC (Japan)

198. HSBC (Hongkong, SARR)

199. HSBC (South Africa)

200. HSBC (Dubai UA.E.)

201. HSBC (South Africa)

202. HSBC (Japan)

203. HSBC (Dubai)

204. HSBC (Dublin 2 Ireland)

205. HSBC- Kakugo Bank Limited (Japan)

206. International Moscow Bank (Moscow Russia)

207. International Banks -1 (France, Hongkong, Nanyang- China)

208. International Banks -2 (Hongkong Central, Korea, Singapore)

209. international Banks -3 (Taiwan, Bangkok, USA, New York)

210. International Banks -4 (Penn Plaza New York USA, New Jersey, California)

2I1 International Banks -5 (Vietnam, Shanghai, Menara)

2I2. Islamic Development Bank (Algeria. Africa)

213. Islamic Development Bank (Afghanistan)

214. Islamic Development Bank (Darussalam, Brunei)

215. Islamic Development Bank (Brunei, Main Office)

216. Islamic Development Bank (Kazakhstan)

217. Islamic Development Bank (Dakar, Africa)

218. Islamic Development Bank (Egypt)

219. Islamic Development Bank. (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)  

220. Islamic Development Bank (Kuwait)

221. Islamic Development Bank (Menara, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia)

222. Islamic Development Bank (Jamahiriya Libya, Africa)

223. Islamic Development Bank (Tripoli, Libya Africa)

224. Islamic Development Bank (Saudi Arabia)

225. Islamic Development Bank (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)

226. Islamic Development Bank (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)

227. Islamic Development Bank (Iran)

228. Islamic Development Bank (Iraq)

229. Islamic Development Bank (Abu Dhabi, UAE)

230. Islamic Development Bank U. A. E.

231. Islamic Development Bank (Tajikistan)

232. Islamic Development Bank (Turkey)

233. Islamic Development Bank (Pakistan)

234. Islamic Development Bank (Qatar)

235. Janata Bank. (Rome, Italy)

236. JPMorgan, Chase Manhattan Bank (New York, USA)

237. KBC Bank (Bremen, Germany)

238. Koram Bank (Seoul, Korea)

239. Korea Development Bank (Shanghai, China Branch)

240, Korea Development bank (Uzbekistan)

241 Korea Development Bank (Singapore Branch)

242. Korea Development Bank (Tokyo Branch)

243. Korea Development Bank (Guangzhou branch, China)

244. Korea Development Bank (Seoul, Korea)

245. Korea Development Bank (Hongkong Central)

246. Korea Development Bank (Shenyang Branch)

247. Korea Development Bank. (Beijing, China)

248. KB Kookmin Finance Asia Limited (Hongkong Central)

249. KB Kookmin Finance Asia Limited (South Korea)

250. KB Kookmin Finance Asian Limited.

251. Lloyds Banking Group (London, England)

252. Maybank Berhad (Johor, Malaysia)

253. Maybank (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

254. National Australia Bank – Melbourne. Vitoria

255. National Bank of Malawi (Malawi)

256. National Bank of Oman (Oman)

257 National Bank of Pakistan (Pakistan)

258. National Bank of Dubai (Dubai)

259. National Bank of Fujairah (Fujairah, Saudi Arabia)

260. National Bank of United Arabia Emirates (UAE)

261. National Commercial Bank (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)

261. National Commercial Bank (Kingstown & Grenville Streets)

262. Ngan Hang Dong A (Hanoi Branch, Vietnam)

263. NB Norges Bank (Norway)

264. Nordea Bank (Denmark)

265. 0CBC Bank (Singapore)

266. 0CBC Bank (Xiamen Branch, China)

267. 00BC Bank (Shanghai, China)

268. Posang Bank (Central Hongkong)

269. Royal Bank of Canada Europe Limited (London, England)

270. Royal Bank of Canada Europe Limited (England)

271. Royal Bank of Canada (Tokyo Branch)

272. Royal Bank of Scotland (lisle of Man)

273. Sanwa Bank Limited. (Higashi, Japan)

274. Standard Chartered Bank (Manama, Bahrain)

275. Standard Chartered Bank (Singapore)

276. Standard Chartered Bank (Frankfurt, Germany)

277. Standard Chartered Bank (Hongkong)

278. Standard Hellier Bank (Koror, Palau)

279. Standard Chartered Bank (Cambodia Bank)

280. Standard Chartered (United Arabia Emirates)

281. Standard chartered Bank (Vientiane Laos)

282. Scotiabank (Guadalajara, Mexico)

283. Scotiabank (Mexico branch)

284. Scotiabank (Dublin Ireland)

285. Scotiabank (London, United Kingdom)

286. Scotiabank (San Paulo, Brazil)

287. Scotiabank (New York, USA)

288. Scotiabank (Canada, Toronto)

289. Scotia Bank (People’ Republic of China, Hongkong)

290. SMFG Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (New York, USA)

291. SMFG Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (Queen Victoria, London)

292. SMFG Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (Hongkong)

293. SFG. Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (Japan)

294, SMFG Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (Harbour View St, Hongkong)

295. SURSS National Bank (Zurich, Switzerland)

296. UFJ Bank Sanwa Bank Limited (Japan)

297. UFJ Bank Sanwa Bank Limited (Higashi, Japan)

298. UFJ Bank (Hong Kong)

299. UFJ Bank Fairmont House, Cotton Tree Drive (Hongkong)

300. The Peoples Bank of China (Beijing China)

301. The Bank of China (Seoul, Korea)

302. The Bank of New York Melon (Aventura)

303. The Bank of New York Mellon (Bangkok, Thailand)

304. The Bank of New York Mellon (Being China)

305. The Bank of New York Mellon (India)

306. The Bank of New York Mellon (Jakarta)

307. The Bank of New York Mellon (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

308. The Bank of New York Mellon (New York, USA)

309. The Bank of New York Mellon (Maryland, Bethesda USA)

310. The Bank of New York Mellon (Mumbai, India)

311. The Bank of New York Mellon (Taipei, Taiwan)

312. The Bank of New York Mellon (Seoul Branch, Korea)

313. The Bank of New York Mellon (Shanghai, China)

314. The Bank of New York Mellon (Tokyo, Japan)

315. UBS (Madrid, Spain)

316. UBS (Dublin, Ireland)

317. UBS (Zurich, Switzerland)

318. UBS (West Madison)

319. Union bank of Switzerland (Tokyo Branch)

320. Union bank (San Francisco, California USA)

321. Wells Fargo Bank (San Francisco, California)

322. West Pacific Banking Corporation (Melbourne, Australia)

323. Wing Lung Bank (Hongkong Central)

324. Wood Financial Group (Seoul, Korea)

325. Federal Reserve Banks (United States of America)

326. United States Treasury (United States of America)

327. World Bank (Washington, USA)

328. IMF (International Monetary Fund)

329. European Central Bank.

330. Bank of England (London, England)

331. Central Bank of Russia (Moscow, Russia)

332. Bank of Mongolia (London, England)

333. Bank of Copenhagen (Copenhagen, Denmark)

334. Bank of Singapore Limited (Singapore)

335. Bank of Thailand (Bangkok, Thailand)

336. Bank of Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan)

337. Mitsubishi Bank (Tokyo, Japan)

338. Sumitomo Bank (Kaobe, Osaka Japan)

339. Central bank of Estonia (Estonia)

340. BNI Bank Negra Indonesia (Jakarta, Indonesia)

341. Federal Bank of Indonesia (Jakarta, Indonesia)

342. Ireland and Swiss Cork Bank (Cork, Ireland)

343. Reserve Bank of India (New Delhi, India)

345. International Hungary Bank (Hungary)

346. Central Bank of Iran (Iran)

347. Central Bank of Jordan (Jordan)

348. National Bank of Korea (Korea)

350. Hanil Bank of South Korea (Seoul, South Korea)

351. Kukmin Bank of South Korea (Seoul, South Korea)

352. Mateo Investments Limited Offshore Corporation (Liberia/ABN-Amro-Singapore)

353. Central Bank of Kuwait (Kuwait)

354. central bank of Libya (Libya)

355. Central Bank of Malaysia (Malaysia)

356. Central Bank of Malta (Malta)

357. Central Bank of Mexico (Mexico City, Mexico)

358. Central Bank of Nigeria (Nigeria)

359. Central Bank of Norway (Norway)

360. Central Bank of Papua New Guinea

361. Central Bank of Portugal (Portugal)

362. Central Bank of Spain (Spain)

363. Central bank of Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka)

364. Central Bank of Taiwan (Taiwan)

365. Central Bank of Thailand (Thailand)

366. Central Bank of the Bahamas (Bahamas)

367. Central bank of Turkey (Turkey)

368. Citi Bank (USA)

369. JPMorgan Chase Manhattan Bank (USA)

370. Bank of America (USA)

371. Wells Fargo Bank (USA)

372. HSBC Bank (London, England)

373. HSBC Bank (Hongkong)

374. Goldman Sachs (USA)

375. First Caribbean International Bank (Cayman Islands)

376. First National City Bank (USA)

377. Lloyds Banking Group Plc. (London, England)

378. Merrill Lynch – Bank of America (USA)

379. Morgan Guaranty Trust Company (USA)

380. N.M. Rothchild & Sons Bank Ltd. (Zurich, Switzerland)

381. Union Bank of Switzerland (Switzerland)

382. National Bank of Australia (Melbourne, Australia)

383. Sanwa Bank Limited (Japan)

384. Narita Savings & Trust Corporation (Narita, Japan)

385. Saitama Banking Corporation (Saitama Ken, Japan)

386. Tokyo Trust and Savings (Tokyo, Japan)

387. Daichi – Kangko Bank (Osaka, Japan)

388. Standard Chartered Bank (London, England)

389. Barclays Bank (London, England)

390. Royal Bank of Scotland (Isle of Man)

391. Peoples Bank of China (Beijing, China)

392. Wing Lung Bank (Hong Kong)

393. Overseas Bank & Trust Company (Hong Kong)

394. Indosuez Bank (Hong Kong)

395. Woori Bank (Seoul Korea)

396. United Overseas Bank Limited (Singapore)

397. Korea Exchange Bank (Seoul, Korea)

398. National Bank of Oman (Oman)

399. National Bank of Munich (Munich, Switzerland)

400. Credit Suisse Bank (Basle, Switzerland)

401. National Bank of Malawi (Malawi)

402. National Bank of Uzbekistan

403. ING (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

404. Indosuez Bank (Central Hong Kong)

405. Hyakugo Bank (Japan)

406. Deutsche Bank (Germany)

407. FIM Bank Plc. (Malta)

408. Ngan Hang Dong A Eastern Asia Commercial Bank (Hanoi, Vietnam)

409. Vietnam International Bank (Hanoi, Vietnam)

410. Honk Kong Bank (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)

411. Dominion Charter Merchant Ltd. (London, England)

412. Development bank of Japan (Tokyo, Japan)

413. Development Bank of Singapore (Singapore)

414. Daichi Kangyo Bank Limited (Tokyo, Japan)

415. Copenhagen Industrial Bank (Denmark)

416. Central Bank of Argentina

417. Central Bank of Austria

418. Central bank of Brazil

419. Banquo De France (Paris, France)

420. Bank of Israel (Jerusalem, Israel)

421. Bank of Foreign Trade of Vietnam (Ho Chi Mihn City, Vietnam)

422. ANZ Bank (Shanghai, China)

423. ANZ Bank (Seoul, Korea)

424. American Express Bank (Central Hong Kong)

425. Alliance Bank Malaysia Berad (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

426. Agricultural Bank of China (Singapore)

More banks and institutions will be added to this list as the recoupment and discovery progresses.  Meantime don’t buy any wooden nickels.   There may be Filipinos who are D’Avila family members, and if so, that will be established by blood tests and DNA — not through any claims based on Ferdinand Marcos’ position as a family attorney.   

Please bear in mind that although the D’Avila Family Trust is very large, there are other trusts that are also very large that have been arbitrarily encumbered by these miscreants.  The V.K. Durham Trust is an American Silver Trust that has been similarly held captive, cheated, and plundered by these criminals.  The Guadalupe Hidalgo Treaty Trust Assets have been illegally cashiered by the Bank of England, and the list goes on.

These issues are not unique to America. An estimated ten billion metric tons of gold are owed to the people of Germany and Russia, last seen disappearing into the vaults of the Bank of England.

It is to everyone’s advantage to spread this information far and wide and to bring pressure to bear upon the militaries and the politicians and the banks responsible for this continuing criminality and failure to perform according to our law and custom. Depositors are owed the return of their deposits, otherwise, they would have no reason to deposit any assets with banks in the first place. 

Like the institution of government — if a government does not protect you and your assets, it has no valid purpose. A bank that exists to control, encumber, and steal depositor’s money, whether those deposits are small or large, has no valid purpose.

Please join our effort to end this grotesque corruption, end all false claims that the Second World War is in any way unsettled, and demand restoration of private assets to the lawful owners. 

You can help me in my role as Fiduciary and Assign overseeing this mess by sharing this information and by properly informing law enforcement and miliary and political leaders as well as bank officers. This has, thus far, been a tremendous effort as the heirs and actual trustees have been left without the means to fight this gigantic theft and fraud.

Put yourselves in their shoes.  You are fabulously wealthy, but you live like a serf, and have no money to fight the banks.  You want to fund humanitarian projects all over the world and fulfill your ancestors’ dream of “breaking the bonds of poverty and ignorance” but you are prevented from doing this by white collar criminals who use your own assets to pay off other criminals to persecute and intimidate you. 

Despite all this, the Heir of the D’Avila Family Trust has won his cases and deserves our support, both in enforcing the law, and on a one-to-one level.  It costs money and takes skill and time to prosecute these banks, and at the end of the day, we are left with a piece of paper looking for the enforcement of the court’s orders.  We are left to enforce it ourselves, which costs more time, more skills, more money.

Banks need to be regulated.  They cannot otherwise be trusted.  If the D’Avila Family Trust assets can be stolen by the Bank Mob, why couldn’t yours be stolen, too?  Quite aside from the humanitarian and development support that the trust can and will provide each one of us, we all have a vested interest in honest banks and honest business practices. The world cannot long survive or be at peace without these basics in place.

I personally believe that much of the corruption and the violence of the past two hundred years lays at the feet of corrupt banks, corrupt militaries, and corrupt politicians who have undermined proper accounting standards, deregulated the banks and the securities exchanges, and promoted a lawless business environment.

If you are sick and tired of being the goat in this situation, join us.  Send your thoughts, your prayers, and any reasonable donation you can make toward ending this to:

Anna Maria Riezinger, In care of: Box 520994, Big Lake, Alaska 99652.

http://www.paulstramer.net/2022/04/the-marshall-plan-part-two-who-is-owed.html

2 thoughts on “The Marshall Plan – Part Two — Who Is Owed the Return

  1. Dear Anna, I am willing to help in any way possible. My paid up home was stolen from in 2017 on false interest charged on interest charged on interest. I obtained an auditor’s report confirming that I had actually overpaid by double what I originally paid cash for my home in 2002, and subsequently took a loan for safety maintenance. They took a judgment against me for zar960k, evicted me and blacklistede for 30 years. I am 62 with no income or possibility to rebuild my retirement portfolio.
    Regards
    Dr Glynn Goedhart, aka/
    glynn:grace:goodheart

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