Japanese prime minister publicly discusses the M-Fund, a decisive link between Japanese conquest during World War II and its postwar politics; Italian prime minister Berlusconi linked to the Mafia; Christian fundamentalist organization The Family promoting fascism from the 1930’s on.
Recorded October 9, 2005 REALAUDIO This broadcast details some of the fruits that have been borne by the collaboration between elements of U.S. intelligence and Nazi and fascist groups from World War II. Beginning with discussion of the Ukrainian fascist OUN/B and its affiliated organization the ABN (Anti-Bolshevik League of Nations), the program highlights the [...]
Recorded March 21, 2004 Listen: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 RealAudio Pursuing the subject of the fabulous amount of wealth stolen by the Japanese during World War II under Golden Lily (the formal name of the Japanese looting program), this broadcast supplements discussion presented in other ‘For The Record’ programs. Having secreted over $100-billion [...]
Recorded February 14, 2004 Listen: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 RealAudio Highlighting the postwar use of Axis treasure recovered by the Allies after World War II, this program talks about these Funds and the Games that were played with (and because of) them. Particular emphasis is on the postwar use of the massive amount [...]
Listen: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 RealAudio Following directly and supplementing FTRs #426 and #427, this interview with Peggy Seagrave highlights many of the key points of discussion in the remarkable new book authored by Peggy and her husband Sterling–Gold Warriors: America’s Secret Recovery of Yamashita’s Gold. (The Seagraves authored The Yamato Dynasty, which [...]
Listen: MP3 One Segment RealAudio NB: This RealAudio stream contains both FTRs #426 and #427 in sequence. Each is a 30 minute broadcast. Foreshadowing information presented at greater length in FTR#428 and supplementing information presented in FTRs 290, 291, 426, the program sets forth the fascinating tale of “Golden Lily,” the name for the looting [...]
” . . . this program highlights the profound corporate connections between American financial and industrial institutions and . . . the giant family trusts that controlled Japan. . . .”