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The tag 'Riggs Bank' is associated with 12 posts.

FTR #744 The Shape of Things to Come

Panultimate example of “offshore,” the seastedding movement sees “freedom and democracy” as incompatible. Those left on shore must accept dissolution of privacy, freedom and, yes, democracy. Hedge fund managers buying up all arable land in anticipation of economic and social armageddon.


FTR #625 Update on 9/11 and Related Matters

Behind-the-scenes machinations of Prince Bandar of Saudi Arabia—the former Saudi ambassador to the United States.


FTR #601 You Gotta Be Kidding: 9/11 Update

Mind-wrenching range of information in conjunction with the political and economic forces that precipitated 9/11.


FTR #522 The Safari Club

Recorded August 14, 2005REALAUDIOContinuing with analysis of the Fifth Column that assisted the Islamo-fascists who perpetrated the 9/11 attacks, the program accesses information from a VERY important new book Prelude to Terror by Joseph J. Trento. In this book, the author sets forth information about the Safari Club, an “outsourced” intelligence network in which the […]


FTR #517 Update on 9/11 and Related Matters

Failure by both public and private sectors to guarantee the integrity of terrorism insurance.


FTR #495 Follow the Money, an Update on 9/11

Michael Chertoff, one-time attorney for bin-Laden supporter Dr. Magdy el-Amir, did not investigate his former client.


FTR #461 Update on 9/11 and Related Matters

Carlyle Group discussion of the Saudi Binladen Group’s continued funding of Al Qaeda.


FTR #447 Update on 9/11 and Related Matters

Bush I and Bush II administrations’ cover-ups of Saudi involvement in terrorist financing and the smuggling of nuclear technology.


FTR #442 The Continuation of World War II

Events in and around 9/11 as an exten­sion of World War II.


FTR #438 Christmas Bushes: Business As Unusual

For members of the Bush family, everyday is Christmas. They are the recipients of enormous largesse, the product of business as unusual.