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How Long will the Congress be Mum about the Marcos Gold?

Marcos gold




By: Elena Grace Flores

YouTube video by Filipino Future




Marcos Gold is a Consolidated Wealth for Humanity

Strategic Account Setup

Contrary to the hidden wealth myth, the Marcos gold is a consolidation of wealth. They are a collection from King Solomon’s era, Yamashita treasures, plus other sources of the late President Ferdinand Marcos. He made a deposit at international banks with certificates known to the World Bank. They are now earning humorous amounts of interest in gold. Marcos, a lawyer put them in a trust fund for 50 years. This is to prevent fraudulent claimants without the necessary proof. This testimony clearly coincides with the documentation that the former First Lady, Imelda Marcos talks about. Therefore, why is Congress mum about this?



Staged and Removed by the CIA

The whistleblower clarifies that Marcos was not toppled in an uprising. The media publicities against him said otherwise. His family was removed and brought to Hawaii. These revelations also match the recounts of the Marcos siblings; Bongbong and Imee Marcos. In a video interview, President Marcos thought that they were en route to Paoay. Not Hawaii. Regardless, the Filipinos owe such peaceful mutiny to him. He would never hurt his countrymen whom he spent too much time protecting. So, with all these coincidences, can Congress answer, at least?

Trust for 50 Years

Bank trust accounts are offered as an option. They come with the possibility of controlling the funds and holding funds for specific purposes. They can also be for savings where one can administer the funds for the benefit of an individual or a group. Marcos’ brilliance in securing the wealth for humanity is something that the world’s financial syndicate cannot hide. It is clear, however, that this kind of information can’t disappear just like that. They will always resurface until the rightful claimant is in power. So, Filipinos can only hope for the best in 2022.


Fr. Jose Bosch Innovative Skills Training Advocacy Cooperative (ISTAC)

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