by Benjamin Fulford

December 17, 2010
from BenjaminFulford Website

 


The President of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, Gianfranco Fini, has been given evidence that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was involved in a $1 trillion theft and Fini promises he will bring this up in the Italian parliament, according to senior Italian sources.

 

Fini is the leader of a group of parliamentarians who lost a December 15th (2010) attempt to oust Berlusconi by 3 votes.

 

The evidence presented to Fini involves an attempt by Berlusconi to cash $1 trillion in Dragon Family bonds that were illegally seized by Italian Financial police in June of 2009.

 

According to the evidence Berlusconi and his allies also tried to buy the Banco Commerciale in Lugano, Switzerland in order to use it as a depository for stolen assets, the sources say.

 

The purpose was to place the funds in private financial trade transactions in order to generate trillions of dollars without either the Italian government or the governments of the world being aware, the sources claim.

Finiís involvement is expected to put a public spotlight on exactly what happened after June, 2009 when two Japanese carrying diplomatic passports were detained and had $134.5 billion in financial instruments (with cumulative interest of over $1 trillion) they held seized by Italian financial police acting on behalf of the P2 Freemason lodge, the sources claim.

 

The trail is expected to lead to ultimately to the Vatican, the sources say.