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What is a "high yield trading program" (20-30% pa & more)?


This so-called "high yield trading programs" sounds "scammy" to me.

"Humanitarian programs." - haha. Is that what 9/11 was? The JFK assassination?

Are the Poor being ripped off? Or are they really financing big drug deals.

But there has been a lot of talk on the internet about it - so I thought I would start a thread



Streamed live on Dec 7, 2017

On the Camelot channel: 16,617 views -- 461 Likes (XX%), 23 dislikes


I interview Paladin, a forensic financial investigator and member of the website known as http://whitehatreports.com about the history of the whitehats and their investigations into financial fraud and deception at the highest levels of government. Their investigation leads to high yield trading programs used to finance the secret space program and black projects. ..."We are a group who have banded together to assist in the world’s awakening by reporting truth and exposing our fraudulent corporate government. We bring forth information that the mainstream media (MSM) refuses to report, and our news comes from high level “inside” intelligence sources."-- from www.whitehatreports.com about us page



"You need to have a minimum of $100 Million in your account to participate"

(that counts me out)


"Banks can make 1-3% a night trading"

(not likely. if they could do this consistently, why would they do anything else.)


"they can make up to 150% a quarter, or 600% per annum"

(Use logic, people! Why and how could people be able to pay out those sorts of very high returns?)

(BTW, compound 150% per quarter, and you get XX% return in one year -- Yeah, right, this is possible. chuckle.)


"everybody gets a piece... the banks, the Federal reserve... everybody"

(Again -> Who would pay this sort of crazy interest?)


Paladin talks about how "these programs are used for humanitian projects"

(Right!? The lenders rip off poor people charging huge ultra-usurious interest rates, but everyone feels good because they are called "humanitarian"!?)


Why not call them ultra-speculative, ultra-high-interest, rip-off-the-poor programs??


"When you get into a program, you have to sign a non-disclosure agreement"

(Okay. But why? If you are helping the poor, why? Makes me think there are some nefarious things going on. Drug deals, maybe?)

(At 1:20 Hours, he admits that Black Operations are financed by Trading Programs. "It is need to know".)


/ As evidence, Paladin talks about how "Mitt Romney made his money ($400 million) off interest in High-Yield foreign accounts./

(What? I thought he made his money off a series of private equity deals he did through Bain Capital.)


BE CAREFUL, people!

But feel free to discuss this here.

Camelot does not allow comments on their website.

But the interview does talk a lot about how people are being ripped off, when they are offered a chance to participate in a "trading program" like these.

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>> Google Search ("High Yield trading programs") :


The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has said that "these fraudulent schemes involve the purported issuance, trading, or use of so-called 'prime' bank, 'prime' European bank or 'prime' world bank financial instruments, or other 'high yield investment programs.' (HYIP's) The fraud artists


> wiki: High-yield_investment_program / ponsy scheme : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-yield_investment_program


Private Placement Programs/Trade Platforms: Real or a Scam? ...


The first question we are usually asked is: are private placement programs (also known as PPPs) and trade platforms real or are they a scam? In short, they are real, but not in the way they are often described. There are many myths surrounding these programs that we will attempt to dispel.

Perhaps the most common misconception regarding private placement programs and trade platforms is that they are the exclusive domain of the ultra rich through secretive, invitation-only investments. Often, clients are told that they must pay large, upfront fees to gain access to these exclusive instruments. In addition, they are told they must submit POF (proof of funds), a CIS (client information summary) or KYC (know your client) package, along with their passport. Nothing could be further from the truth.


How Private Placement Programs/Trade Platforms Work

Many private placement programs and trade platforms are legitimate investment vehicles that are accessible to a wide variety of investors. An excellent white paper on private placement programs and trade platforms was written by MB Assets of Memphis, TN--a copy of which is available for download to the left. It should be noted that we have no relationship with MB Assets or its principals—their white paper is provided for educational purposes only and should not be construed as an endorsement of the firm or its programs.

Part of the confusion regarding private placement programs in particular is the term, "private placement". Private placements are used by companies to raise capital from private investors often via a set of investment documents known as a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM). For more information on Private Placement Memorandums click here.

Prime Bank Programs

More often than not, when people refer to PPPs they are referring to what are more properly known as Prime Bank Programs. Prime Bank Programs, also known as Prime Bank Investments, High Yield Investment Programs (HYIPs), Buy-Sell Programs or Roll Programs, are clearly and universally fraudulent. They purport to involve the purchase and sale of medium-term notes (MTNs), Standby Letters of Credit (SBLCs), Bank Guarantees (BGs), or some similar instrument.

As the name implies, it is usually alleged that only the largest top-50 prime banks in the world are involved in this program and participation is by invitation only. There is usually a great deal of secrecy involved and the minimum investment is typically in excess of $100 million or more. Interestingly enough, prime bank programs in the US often state that only overseas banks are involved while overseas programs often state that only US banks are involved.


> http://www.gideongroup.net/commercial-real-estate-energy-financing/private-placement-programs-trade-platforms.html


FBI Warns Public About Platform Trading Investment Scams — ...

Jan 5, 2015 - The FBI has participated in numerous investigations of persons promoting Platform Trading investment schemes and noted several common features ... Claims that certain high-yield foreign trading programs are sanctioned or supported by the Federal Reserve, International Monetary Fund, International Chamber of ...


The FBI has participated in numerous investigations of persons promoting Platform Trading investment schemes and noted several common characteristics, including:

  • Claims that investor funds can be placed in a bank account and then used, without risk, to trade bank debentures or other financial instruments;
  • Claims that invested funds can be used to lease or rent U.S. Treasury Obligations and then use these same leased securities as collateral for further trading programs;
  • Claims that trading Medium Term Notes (MTNs), Prime Bank Notes, or any other bank instruments, on a riskless basis, will yield above market returns;
  • Claims that Letters of Credit or Standby Letters of Credit can be discounted or traded for profits;
  • Claims that certain high-yield foreign trading programs are sanctioned or supported by the Federal Reserve, International Monetary Fund, International Chamber of Commerce, or other U.S. or international agencies;
  • Claims about special connections to the Federal Reserve or some other internationally renowned organization such as the United Nations, the IMF or the World Bank;
  • Claims of ties to benevolent, humanitarian, or charitable projects;
  • The need for extreme secrecy and nondisclosure agreements;
  • Claims that banking and regulatory officials will deny knowledge of such instruments;
  • Claims that these investment opportunities are by invitation only, available to only a handful of special customers, and historically reserved for the wealthy elite;
  • Claims that the financial instruments are too technical or complex for non-experts to understand.

In general, investment programs that purport to offer an introduction to secret investment markets, which offer above-market rates of return with below-market rates of risk for privileged customers with special access, are fraudulent. There are no secret markets in Europe or in North America in which banks trade securities. Any representations to the contrary are fraudulent.


> https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/honolulu/news/press-releases/fbi-warns-public-about-platform-trading-investment-scams

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Who is Ed Falcone?




Why Romney Will Be Toast - The Ed Falcone Thefts and Payoffs - ...

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Jun 24, 2011 - Below is information on Romney and his criminal liabilities. I dare speculate he is in Germany getting a payout after the requisite 30 day hold. Though a tawdry and complex affair, if soundbytes can be derived from this then we can effectively counter his candidacy and knock down the false constructs ...
When the American Public realize they are hurting because YOU, Guennette, Bush and Ackermann stole almost $1 Trillion dollars from the Ed Falcone ... hired some high priced legal muscle and used the well known fund to shield himself and his fraudulent activities for the beneficial interest of Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush.

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What did Lord James say at the House of Lords ?




"these guys created out of thin air $15 Trilion and sent it to Pure Heart" - Paladin


Lord James of Blackheath Speech on Foundation X House of Lords 01/11/2010


Published on Nov 22, 2010

After opening with reminiscences of seeing "Brigadoon" in the West End, James explains that:
* Britain needs "investment in industry", to the tune of about £5 billion.
* He's going to "raise a subject that I should not raise and which is going to be one which I think is now time to put on a higher awareness".
* There is "a strange organisation which wishes to make a great deal of money available to assist the recovery of the economy in this country", which he refers to as Foundation X.
* Foundation X has "megabucks".
* He, Lord James, has "handled billions of pounds of terrorist money"; his "biggest terrorist client was the IRA", who weren't as nasty as the north African terrorists.
* As a result, he has "an interesting set of phone numbers", which he used to "get a reference and a clearance on foundation X".
* He has "come to the absolute conclusion that foundation X is completely genuine and sincere and that it directly wishes to make the United Kingdom one of the principal points that it will use to disseminate its extraordinarily great wealth into the world at this present moment, as part of an attempt to seek the recovery of the global economy."
* The government — in the form of both the Bank of England and the Treasury — thinks that the whole thing is "rubbish".
* Foundation X's people "expect to be contacted only by someone equal to head of state status or someone with an international security rating equal to the top six people in the world".
* They claim to have already deposited £5 billion in British banks — a claim Treasury says cannot be true.
* They claim to have more than $7 trillion in gold bullion — more than the standard figure of 5.3 billion troy ounces of gold which has been mined in human history.


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they are the knights Templar
Is it me or is this man just rambling about a bunch of nonsense? I am not saying he's luny but with all of this veiled babble...
How in the Name of Jesus can anyone understand what hes talking about.
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What is "Pure Heart Investment" ? "Spiritual White Boy" ?


("that's exactly the opposite of what they are - They do not have a pure heart" - Paladin)



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"5- star... The Group of Five"

"The cabal... the shadow government... the deep state"

"They were involved in the assassination of JFK"




- at about 1:08 Hours in the White Hat video

(we are going to put that in #48 - to be released)


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