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WikiLeaks Reveals Rothschild Billion Dollar Money Laundering Plot

A newly discovered Wikileaks cable shows that the Rothschilds were involved in a billion dollar money laundering scheme in Africa.

YourNewsWire.com

The classified cable from the Public Library of US Diplomacy published by WikiLeaks exposes Rothschild Bank “advising” a “secret and corrupt” billion dollar transaction in order to create a “massive money laundering scheme” in Senegal and crash the struggling nation’s economy.

The secretive Rothchilds are rarely in the news and never publicly rebuked by governments, however the classified cable discovered by Your News Wire reveals that a US diplomatic official clearly referred to the actions of Rothschild Bank as “corrupt” and the transaction as “indefensible.”

The Rothschild-driven deal involved the Senegalese state selling off Sonatel, the national telecommunications company and most profitable public resource, in return for $1.2 billion.

The US government were led to believe the sale was corrupt and the funds would be used to create a “massive money laundering scheme” to benefit the Senegalese elite – specifically former President Abdoullah Wade’s son Karim Wade – and Rothschilds Bank.

The cable was written by the US diplomat Jay Smith, the chargé d’affaires heading the Dakar embassy in the absence of an ambassador. From the cable:

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