A2A with John Titus


John Titus is the publisher of the YouTube channel, "Best Evidence". His recent works have included extraordinary documentaries on subjects such as The Financial Crisis and the lack of criminal prosecutions in the years since. His latest production, "All The Plenary's Men" will be released on Friday.

Most readers of TFMR are familiar with John's work. His documentaries have covered...

John's new production deals with the corruptive power held by the Bank of International Settlements and its agents. Its title is "All The Plenary's Men" and, once it's released on Friday, it will be embedded below.

Ahead of the release, it was great to visit directly with John about his work and I think you'll find this to be a fascinating and thought-provoking podcast.



May 1, 2017 - 8:26am


It's a 4 for one split today.

May 1, 2017 - 8:25am

Can this be correct???????

This is on CNBC, NUGT @ 31.99 up 23.88 ???????????

May 1, 2017 - 6:10am


"vassal state of the banksters"

My understanding of the bankruptcy is that the first of 3 bankruptcies occurred at the Boston Tea Party. Early British immigrants to the colonies had signed contracts obligating them to repay for the use of the King's ships, tools, supplies, etc., none of which were supplied out of the goodness of the king's heart. The contract was, for obvious reasons, a maritime or admiralty law contract. When the 'Pilgrims' refused to honor that contract, we were entered into the first bankruptcy.

Under British Admiralty law, one may only be held in bankruptcy for 70 years and must then be allowed to emerge from bankruptcy. Of course this wasn't desirable to allow the colonies, (USA) to be sovereign, so we were entered into a second bankruptcy after the expiration of the initial 70 years when Lincoln found himself incapable of repaying money borrowed to fund the Civil War.

Jump forward another 70 years to 1933 and you find that we had been entered into a third bankruptcy at that juncture.

The present difficulty is that under British Admiralty Law, an entity may only be held to three successive bankruptcies for a total period of 210 years. This is likely why Jefferson presciently advised that our experimental nation would likely not last more than 200 years.

If you add 70 years to 1933 you can see the problem. What now? Your guess is as good as mine, but I doubt that City of London will now release us from debt.........

Apr 30, 2017 - 8:17pm

Cryptos / The Banker Slayers

  • Crypos / Peer to Peer digital cash. Decentralized.
  • Central Banks cannot create a decentralized crypto currency; By definition....
    • All they can do is mention "blockchain" to confuse the uninitiated
  • ETH at $ 80
  • BTC nearing $ 1,400
  • Etherium network going global ( understand what that means / the central bank juice is going bye bye
    • New business network paradigm
  • BTC will be used as a method for global wealth preservation
  • Ether Classic moving near $ 7.00
  • Central banks around the world creating $ 200 billion per month minimum
  • 800+ Cryptos equal only $ 35 Billion ( so far )
  • Smart money moving in to the Cryptos
  • Better late than never......the bridge between the metals and safety?
  • James Crighton tried to inform this board but unfortunately very few listened. Some are waking up.
Apr 30, 2017 - 7:41pm

If the FSB, BIS and B of E call all the shots, the US is

nothing more than an over priced vassal state of the banksters.

Anything else is merely conversation, self delusion and twaddle

I guess we did go bankrupt twice. Once in 1812 and once in 1933.

The way our judicial system is treated, it sounds like what is said to a debtor in court

Funny how Holder bragged he was the head nigger in charge when appointed AG.

Who's nigger was he?

Apr 30, 2017 - 6:45pm

Watch the video

All the Plenary's Men plenary: unrestricted, unlimited

Titus' video is well worth the time--especially on a slow weekend afternoon. I normally don't make it through such videos, but this one held my attention. I jotted a few notes summarizing what I took away from it--in case you don't have time to watch it.


The Bank of International Settlements (a non-US entity) orders the US Department of Justice to not prosecute bankers who violate US law.

Wall Street banks and other international banks of their stature, are governed by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) and are only governed FSB “rules” (not national laws). These rules specify that Wall Street is not required to turn over documents and other evidence, and that their employees have immunity to prosecution for actions they perform in their duties.

Thus, when HSBC laundered money for drug cartels and terrorists, the US DOJ received orders from British banking officials, passed on through Bernanke and Geitner, (also employed by the FSB) to stand down, simply issue a fine, and to not prosecute bank employees who violated US and international laws.

So, FSB rules supersede US laws. WTF?

The DOJ then told the American public that they did not prosecute because they had been persuaded by experts of “the risk of financial contagion.” Yet the “perps” who worked for HSBC had all been fired (protecting the bank) and could have been prosecuted without endangering the banking system.

The US Department of Justice took orders from British bankers, then lied to the American public and shielded former bank employees from answering for their crimes.

The implication-conclusion: “Who runs the world?” Elected officials of sovereign nations? Or a small group of international banking officials who are both members of the FSB as wel as holding high offices in their respective nations, AND who ostensibly take orders from higher up--heads of the Global banking cartel.

Edit: Gold up $2 to begin the week.

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Apr 30, 2017 - 6:15pm

Operation Freedom Podcast.... April 30


This is today's Operation Freedom. I hope you find it of value.


Sunday, April 30, 2017

Topics Discussed

Manipulation of financial markets, Artificial Intelligence, Benghazi, New World Order Syndicate, Obama Care, Free Market Health Reform, Putin, The Ukraine, ISIS, Syria, The Constitution, Natural resources, Reserve currency, Corruption, gold, silver, Global Elite, International Banking Cabal, debt, Federal Reserve, Too Big To Fail Banks, Crony Capitalism, Debt Ceiling, Financial implosion, Recession, Economic Depression, Freedom, Liberty

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Apr 30, 2017 - 5:36pm

Suggestion on forwarding Mr Titus' vid...

The ZH article was helpful because of the synopsis.
Since then, this is how I post it:

Fantastic vid shows Bankers as the real Sovereigns (rulers) of The West

By John Titus, released 4-28-17
@ the 54:30 mark:

"When the real sovereign power of a nation wages war against her from within, presidents get in line or get eliminated."

(John Titus has a masters in electrical engineering plus a law degree)


“The King can do no wrong.”
—William Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England

“When the president does it, that means that it is not illegal.”
—Ex-President Richard Nixon, interview with David Frost

The question at bar is why the U.S. Department of Justice has failed to prosecute any too-big-to-fail banks or - more importantly - their bankers, even for admitted crimes.

It’s a crucial question, because after eight straight years of unremitting prosecutorial failure, it looks very much as if a select group of top banks can, in fact, do no wrong. If that’s the case, then our constitutional republic isn’t merely in trouble. It's dead.

A person or group of people who satisfy Blackstone’s criterion for ultimate sovereign power—the power to commit crimes with impunity—can’t exist in a nation where the law reigns supreme. And yet here we are a decade after the financial crisis began in earnest, and not one TBTF bank executive has gone to jail.

Legally, the TBTF banks are indistinguishable from the King, since the power to commit crimes with impunity swallows all other sovereign powers; such a power isn’t even supposed to exist in the U.S., and yet it does.

Moreover, since there can’t be two kings in a kingdom, the entire U.S. government, from the president on down, is just one of the King’s men under this formulation of power. The real job of the U.S. government, then, isn’t to represent the will of the people at all, it’s to do the King’s bidding. A nation that isn’t governed by law is governed by instead by a king—it’s one or the other—and the president’s inferiority to such an above-the-law sovereign was confirmed over 40 years ago with Nixon’s ouster. The president, unlike the King, answers to the law (despite Nixon's opinion).

Now, you may say that while the TBTF banks might arguably have the de facto power of the King, that’s a far cry from wielding such power formally (i.e., having de jure criminal immunity).

The reply to that objection is set forth in this film, “All the Plenary’s Men,” which is a sequel to “The Veneer of Justice in a Kingdom of Crime.”

Another objection, raised by the DOJ itself, is that it HAS prosecuted TBTF bankers, citing cases like that of Raj Rajaratnam. These cases, however, in fact reveal the DOJ acting on behalf of the criminal global banking cartel.

On that score, the DOJ’s abysmal track record is by now so extensive and so thorough that it’s possible to spot legal patterns in the DOJ’s protracted miscarriage of justice, and, as you’re about to see, those patterns are very deeply disturbing indeed. What’s been going on cuts right past a garden variety constitutional crisis like Watergate straight to a crisis of sovereignty.

The backdrop for all of this is HSBC’s exoneration in December of 2012 for laundering money for drug dealers and terrorists, about which the House Financial Services Committee issued a report in July of 2016. Whether it was due to the political circus in town at the time, or to the Republican authorship of that report (albeit without dissent), it didn’t get nearly the scrutiny it deserved.

You see, prosecutors working on the HSBC case were actually going to indict the bank, but they got overruled, and HSBC and its team of criminals skated. The story of how exactly that reversal came about reveals, if not the King himself, then certainly many of the King’s top men.

54 min

All the Plenary's Men

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Apr 30, 2017 - 4:50pm

@ Joseph Warren

Is not the word "government" (and "bank" and "corporation") merely another way of saying "organized crime"?

Apr 30, 2017 - 4:45pm

Wells Fargo / Coinbase

I just bought more Ether through Coinbase using my Wells Fargo account. Perfect and instant.

Ether up 626% the last 3 months.

Litecoin up 280% last 3 months

Ether Classic up 372% the last 3 months

The Cryptos smelling Hyperinflation ?.......then the precious metals per Clif ?

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2/24 1:00 ET Goon Chlamydia speech
2/25 8:30 ET Jobless claims
2/25 8:30 ET Durable goods
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2/26 8:30 ET Core inflation
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