David Webb exposes the system Central Bankers have in place to take everything from everyone.

It’s about the taking of collateral (all of it), the end game of the current globally synchronous debt accumulation super cycle. This scheme is being executed by long-planned, intelligent design, the audacity and scope of which is difficult for the mind to encompass. Included are all financial assets and bank deposits, all stocks and bonds; and hence, all underlying property of all public corporations, including all inventories, plant and equipment; land, mineral deposits, inventions and intellectual property. Privately owned personal and real property financed with any amount of debt will likewise be taken, as will the assets of privately owned businesses which have been financed with debt. If even partially successful, this will be the greatest conquest and subjugation in world history.

Documentary Posted December 17th, 2023 David Rogers Webb / CHDtv

Justice Centre Opposes CBDC Adoption

Former hedge fund manager David Webb takes the audience step by step through his forensic investigation into the legal, financial and regulatory changes that have set up “the greatest crime ever contemplated … the planned confiscation of everyone’s global securities assets.”

Webb, author of a book by the same title, exposes the “scheme by central bankers to subjugate humanity by taking all securities, bank deposits and property financed with debt.”

“Legal certainty has been established that the collateral can be taken immediately and without judicial review, by entities described in court documents as ‘the protected class,’” Webb says in the film. “Even sophisticated professional investors, who were assured that their securities are ‘segregated,’ will not be protected.”

President and CEO Mary Holland, Webb said he has been studying global financial systems and warning of a coming “Great Taking” financial collapse for more than 20 years. His decades of hedge fund experience gave him insight into money flows and systemic risks that he believes foreshadow an orchestrated crash.

Webb spent years researching historical precedents like Great Depression-era bank closures and gold confiscation to help him understand the “playbook used by powerful banking interests during times of financial turmoil.”

He first noticed that money velocity rates showed how excessive money creation drives unstable economic bubbles. The mainstream news coverage during the 1990s Asian financial crisis aftermath did not fully explain the odd market movements he was seeing.

Digging deeper, Webb realized “the scale of the money creation during this period was very high.” He found Federal Reserve Board activity generating over 1% of gross domestic product worth of new money in one week — “an order magnitude bigger” than annual growth rates, he said.

The massive liquidity influx was not going into the real economy, Webb said, but into “destructive things … wars… various operations that are about control.”

Webb compared the state of the economy just before World War I to today’s hyper-financialized economy, saying both are about “looting” in the late phase of economic bubbles, just prior to a crash.

Webb also witnessed a decade-long campaign to change commercial banking statutes and ownership definitions, state by state, that set the stage for revoking investor property rights during defaults.

“The underpinning of the entire securities infrastructure in the U.S. is the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, and this is the entity that was first formed to dematerialize all securities in the U.S.,” Webb said.

Webb told Holland a career CIA operative with “absolutely no background and banking or finance” was involved in this project and was later made the superintendent of banks in New York state by Nelson Rockefeller.

“It’s very clear that this was a CIA project,” he said.

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You are invited to read or download The Great Taking, a book written about the scheme of central bankers to subjugate humanity by taking all securities, bank deposits, and property financed with debt.

You are about to be confronted with quite shocking, depressing material. You don’t want to know about this. I don’t even want to know about it.

Charles Dickens had his character Scrooge (an investment banker) say, when faced with his own gravestone:

Are these the shadows of the things that Will be, or are they shadows of things that May be, only?
Men’s courses will foreshadow certain ends, to which, if persevered in, they must lead … but if the courses be departed from, the ends will change. Say it is thus with me.
Why show me this, if I am past all hope?

It is my hope that in making this unpleasantness explicit, and doing so at this time when developments are becoming more apparent, that awareness might spread, and that the worst might be averted. Perhaps this Great Taking might not be allowed to happen if we each hold up our end — even the investment bankers — and say forcefully: we will not allow this.
It is a construct. It is not real.

From the Proloque

Read The e-Book

  • An HTML version is also available.
  • If you prefer print books, you may order paperback or hardcover versions.
  • Thanks to the kind help of a native speakers from Brazil and Russia, there are now Portuguese and Russian translations of the book.

About The Author

David Rogers Webb has deep experience with investigation and analysis within challenging and deceptive environments, including the mergers and acquisitions boom of the 80’s, venture investing, and the public financial markets. He managed hedge funds through the period spanning the extremes of the dot-com bubble and bust, producing a gross return of more than 320% while the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ indices had losses. His clients included some of the largest international institutional investors.

A Note From The Author

Documentary filmmaker James Patrick, director of Planet Lockdown and NITROGEN 2000, is working with me to produce a feature length documentary film based on The Great Taking.  This effort will entail interviewing experts globally, a process which, in itself, will expand awareness.  

The insane logic of control has been pushed to the point of subjugating all people, globally, and all the way to the top of the system.  Further, crucially, we are all being threatened at the same time.  And therein lies the hope for humanity! 

As awareness can now be spread all the way to the top of the system, we have the real possibility of overcoming divide-and-rule for the first time in history.  The Great Taking can then be recognized as merely a construct and wound down legally and peacefully.  Humanity can then be united to end open-ended hybrid war, and private control of Central Banks.  The real world might then be rediscovered to be remarkably benevolent.  Now that is the BIG PICTURE! 

And so, the importance of supporting James in this momentous undertaking cannot be overstated.  Please donate to this effort on his website BIGPICTURE.WATCH (https://bigpicture.watch/product/the-great-taking-film/).  

ebook

Another way to support the effort is to purchase an ebook of The Great Taking on James’ website (https://bigpicture.watch/product/the-great-taking-e-book/).  Proceeds will go to making this film. 

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Justice Centre Aligned With Public Opposition to National Digital Currency

POSTED ON: NOVEMBER 30, 2023 FEATURED STATEMENT

The Justice Centre opposes the adoption of any national or central bank digital currency (CBDC) that violates the privacy and security of Canadians or that limits inclusion and access. The Canadian public agrees.

On November 29, 2023, the Bank of Canada released the results of its survey on a proposal to adopt a CBDC.

Bank of Canada survey respondents expressed concern about privacy: “a potential digital dollar should perform the functions of bank notes without the need to share personal information. Providing the personal information necessary to enable features that are not possible with bank notes, like automated payments and recovering lost funds, should be voluntary.” (emphasis added)

Respondents expressed concern about anonymity and insufficient legislative protections for privacy. Survey respondents “overwhelmingly valued the privacy and anonymity that bank notes provide and believed the Bank should not collect or have access to Canadians’ personal and spending information. Many of these respondents did not trust the Bank and other institutions to protect or respect their privacy and were concerned that privacy laws…do not offer sufficient protections.” (emphasis added)

Respondents shared that a CBDC should not have tracking capabilities and that collected information should not prevent Canadians from participating in the economy. According to the Bank of Canada, “[r]espondents preferred bank notes because they are not easily tracked. Respondents also said they felt that bank notes would continue to offer privacy and anonymity during transactions over the long term, no matter the government of the day. They were generally concerned about financial crimes being used to justify limiting privacy or anonymity and the effects that could have on other rights and freedoms, such as the freedom for people to make individual economic decisions for themselves.” (emphasis added)

Finally, respondents expressed a desire that the Bank of Canada continue to issue physical bank notes to promote an inclusive economy–one that did not exclude marginalized Canadians from participating in the economy.

With the Canadian public, the Justice Centre stands against any CBDC that tracks the financial behaviours of users, or that limits their privacy, anonymity, or any other protected right, or that excludes vulnerable Canadians from economic participation. We believe that the potential for abuse is so great that the Bank of Canada should cease its investigation of CBDC. We demand that Parliament seriously consider the privacy and security concerns of Canadians in any future discussions about CBDCs. Eighty-two percent of the 89,423 survey respondents strongly disagreed that the Bank of Canada should be researching and building the capability to issue a digital Canadian dollar. Canadians have informed the Bank of Canada that the state should not have access to private financial information; citizens are vulnerable when the state knows what it should not know.

Our position on central bank digital currencies is part of an ongoing project to evaluate the potential impacts of emerging technologies on rights and freedoms in Canada.

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