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Bronfman, NXIVM, Epstein, Zionism and paedophilia
Epstein, Douglas Leese, al-Yamamah arms sale

I’ve earlier posted in this thread on Steven Hoffenberg’s connection to Jeffrey Epstein.
Hoffenberg said about his connections to Trump “Donald’s crowd was my crowd”.

Hoffenberg has also claimed that it was really Jeffrey Epstein that ran the Ponzi scheme that started in 1988, when Towers began selling more than $270 million worth of promissory notes. Hoffenberg was sentenced to 18 years in prison for this fraud.

In November 1993, Hoffenberg was questioned.
Quote:Hoffenberg: Jeffrey Epstein was the person in charge of the transactions.
Kohler: Epstein was trying to manipulate the price of the stock?
Hoffenberg: Yes.
Three months later, Epstein’s name had mysteriously disappeared from the case

Hoffenberg said he was introduced to Epstein by British arms dealer Sir Douglas Leese (this confirms that Epstein got wealthy from arms sales):

Douglas Leese was a major player in the biggest export deal in British history, the multi-billion pound al-Yamamah deal, which involved enormous bribes and kickback of up to 30% from the main seller British Aerospace (now BAE System, which made 43 billion pound in this arms sale). Douglas Leese used his connections with the offshore NT Butterfield bank in Bermuda to funnel bribes to Saudi Arabia.

Middlemen that were paid included Wafic Said, a business partner of the hon. Member for South Thanet, Jonathan Aitken.
Wafic Said gave his friend, son of then-PM, Lady of the Garter Margaret Thatcher, Mark Thatcher, a house and other lavish presents which has made him “mysteriously” rich.

Another part of the deal was concluded in 1988, when Saudi Arabia ordered minesweepers from Vosper Thorneycroft.
Vosper used as its agent the Saudi Fahd al-Athel, who, like Jonathan Aitken, worked for Prince Mohammed (the current Saudi King?). Vosper made huge payments to al-Athel's company, which were laundered through a front company in Saudi Arabia and were divided: 40% to Prince Mohammed, 20% to al-Athel, and 40% to unnamed others.

For the fourth part of the al-Yamamah deal, Jonathan Aitken was paid by British arms company Astra for an introduction to his business partner, Fahd al-Athel.

Thorn EMI has admitted that it paid 26% bribes on the sale of smart fuses for the bombs carried by Saudi Tornados.
Half of those bribes went to the Saudi princes and the other half went through a small arms dealer, Michael Gay, to offshore bank accounts in the Bank of NT Butterfield in Bermuda to dissapear without a trace:

Astra and Thorn EMI were also involved in arming Saddam Hussein’s Iraq:

Wafic Said has been a confidant of Jeffrey Epstein’s friend, Peter Mandelson, since the 1980s:

BAE ran a £60m "slush fund" for bribes to Saudi officials in return for lucrative contracts.
The investigation into the al-Yamamah deal by the British Serious Fraud Office (SFO) was abruptly closed for reasons of “national security”. The House of Lords unanimously overrruled a high court decision that the SFO shouldn’t have stopped the inquiry.

The 1986 Al-Yamamah agreement, was a unique document that wasn´t really a sales contract but a barter deal of Saudi oil for British warplanes.
Al-Yamamah has been, “the smuggling proxy for Shell and BP tankers to loot millions of oil barrels from Ras Tanura to Rotterdam”.

According to a BAE whistleblower, the laundered proceeds of oil sales under the Al-Yamamah agreement have been funneled by BAE, Royal Dutch Shell and BP into various international financial systems.
Proceeds of oil sales were deposited in a secret bank account in London controlled by Prince Bandar and his father Crown Prince Sultan:

The bribes were shared between the Defence Minister, Prince Sultan and his family, and the sons of King Fand (notably Prince Mohammed).

How did Britain secure these major arm sales in the first place?
In July of 1985, US congressional supporters of Israel Britain blocked the sale of F-15s to Saudi Arabia. Then the Saudis had no other choice, with the permission of the US, to buy the British Panavia Tornado.

Some academics estimated that the Saudi purchase of Tornados, rather than the F-15s they preferred, cost the American economy $12 to $20 billion.
When Saudi Arabia bought Tornado aircrafts, they also gave the UK a contract for 2 air bases valued at $4 billion.

In September 1985, the Saudis and Britain agreed on a major aircraft deal as the first part of the Al-Yamamah deal.
In July 1988, the Saudis and Britain agreed on an additional deal, which included 48 Tornados, 50-60 HAWK trainers, 80 helicopters and 4 to 6 mine hunters. This deal was worth an estimated $30 to $34 billion:
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate:

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RE: Bronfman, NXIVM, Epstein, Zionism and paedophilia - by Firestarter - 10-03-2019, 05:00 PM

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