The Panama Papers: Is their release a coup attempt between Soros and Rothschild?

Over the weekend we saw a disclosure bombshell that makes Edward Snowden and Julian Assange’s data dumps seem like a drop in the ocean.  This is because the revelations discovered within the ‘Panama Papers’ reach some (but not all) of the highest levels of elites within global governments.

In fact, information revealed from the capture of over 11 million documents shows that not only did the law firm of Mossack Fonseca function in the capacity of hiding wealth for the rich and powerful, but they also acted as a conduit for government accounts which were used for performing off-book activities ranging from money laundering, funding political coups, ways for nations to bypass sanctions, and even paying off burglars involved in the now infamous Watergate break-in.

“The files include a convicted money launderer who claimed he’d arranged a $50,000 illegal campaign contribution used to pay the Watergate burglars, 29 billionaires featured in Forbes Magazine’s list of the world’s 500 richest people and movie star Jackie Chan, who has at least six companies managed through the law firm. The files contain new details about major scandals ranging from England’s most infamous gold heist to the bribery allegations convulsing FIFA, the body that rules international soccer.

In the “Operation Car Wash” case in Brazil, prosecutors allege that Mossack Fonseca employees destroyed and hid documents to mask the law firm’s involvement in money laundering. A police document says that, in one instance, an employee of the firm’s Brazil branch sent an email instructing co-workers to hide records involving a client who may have been the target of a police investigation: “Do not leave anything. I will save them in my car or at my house.”

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