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Shortly after September 11, 2001, ZetaTalk stated that the Attack on America was aided by the British, who wanted to undercut the US Stock Market and the US government's financial position, predicting that the World Trade Center devastation had devastated JP Morgan. This was posted within days of the attack on the tt-watch mailing list and sci.astro Usenet. Increasingly, over the next few months, reports of JP Morgan's developing problems were reported.

I checked this web site, and it looks like a Central Bank warning. Remember what the zetas said at the begining on 911, they mentioned JP Morgan, is this what they sugested?

Offered by Ruby.

From: Central Bank Oversight & Monitor Committee
Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2001 6:03 PM
Subject: JP Morgan in Early Stages of Crashing

To: Central Bankers, Secretariats, Governors, and Concerned Others

Sirs:

As we've been reporting JP Morgan is the key player in the financial 
derivative markets. What we could be seeing right now are the early tremors
going through their common stock, reflecting in part a plunging US bond
market, and massive debt repudiation by Enron and Dynegy.

The entire derivative pyramid will come down around this institution and
other players having extreme risk exposure. The US Federal Reserve will be
powerless to prevent this unraveling. To attempt a remedy would be to
threaten the recovery of the entire world economy, and the political
institutions of same.

As you can clearly see the Relative Strength Index (RSI) and Moving Average
Convergence/Divergence (MACD) are sounding the alarm bells for the collapse
of JP Morgan.

Be certain your institutions are not caught in the vortex with nearly all
your foreign reserves in US dollars.

Sincerely,
CBOM

These types of committees do in fact exist, though they are neither powerful or high profile. I found a European entity (European Central Bank Monitor Committee); I would be suprised if such a committee did not have a U.S. or other G7 counterparts (the challenge is finding them.) Confidence in JP's stock can be parlayed into a nice return on the long side as well (off 40% from their 2000 highs).

Offered by Michael.

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