The world is presently under massive intrusion and surveillance but to the point that even the the Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel had her encrypted cellphone hacked by the NSA of the U.S. During October of 2013. You don’t have to be a VIP to be exempt from this kind of treatment and the invasion of your privacy. But this in no way compares to the following and ongoing agenda brought to you by
the European banking elite.
“The computer system called the B.E.A.S.T.S., in Brussels, Belgium records ATM and debit card transactions within 57 seconds and It knows what you bought and where you bought it. B.E.A.S.T.S…stands for Brussels Electronic Accounting Surveillance Terminal Systems. It is a Cray Super Computer also known as The Beast of the Apocalypse: 666 B.E.A.S.T. Battle Engagement And Simulated Tracking.”
This massive computer is responsible for registering every person in the world with an 18-digit number where the initial figure of each number is 666.
But the surveillance of your money and transactions doesn’t stop there. Anything greater than a $5 dollar bill with a date of 1992 or above has a metallic strip which can be read by law enforcement with a special scanner that can look into your house and locate cold hard cash! But to make matters worse, 75% of all U.S. currency is contaminated with cocaine residue and the courts have ruled that this is “enough” to warrant the forfeiture of YOUR cash or assets. And for those persons out there who say that they have nothing to hide, all of a sudden this statement has a very empty ring to it. Such a person could go to federal prison and lose their assets just on the assumption that they were drug dealers because cocaine was found on some of their cash. That is why it is so important to understand what has actually transpired in the last couple of decades in America when it comes to various unconstitutional and outlandish rogue agendas.
So here’s more on the subject. The DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) mines Americans’ travel records and seizes millions of dollars using informants that extends to U.S. airlines and Amtrak.
With DEA units assigned to patrol 15 of the nations’ busiest airports, more than $209 million in cash from at least 5,200 people over the past decade were subject to searches and “linked” to drug trafficking, according to Justice Department records. The DEA doesn’t comment on how it obtains records of U.S. domestic travel, or on what scale. Now, that’s convenient and in spite of all of this there are a lot of innocent travelers that are having their money taken which was stuffed into their brief cases, but then, they are not charged with a crime. Of 87 cases identified by the USA TODAY, only two resulted in a criminal charge. So now you know what’s going on behind the cloud.
Brand Heath USA TODAY August 11, 2016
“DEA agents have profiled passengers on Amtrak trains and nearly every
major U.S. airline, drawing on reports from a network of
travel-industry informants that extends from ticket counters to back
offices, a USA TODAY investigation has found.”
“Of the 87 cases USA TODAY identified in which the DEA seized cash
after flagging a suspicious itinerary, only two resulted in the alleged
courier being charged with a crime. One involved a woman who was already
a target of a federal money-laundering investigation; another alleged
courier was arrested a month later on an apparently unrelated drug
(HEADLINE) DEA mines Americans’ travel records to seize millions
Journalist – Brad Heath, USA Today, WCNC 4:30 PM EDT August 11, 2016