Lost Gold of WWII revealed The Black Eagle Trust through BBRDW

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    So I’ve been doing some more research into things like the Obama connection to BBRDW and yesterday I was channel serving and came upon a TV Show on the History Channel called WWII Gold.

    Lost Gold of World War II


    In several of the episodes they talk about the CIA involvement in treasure hunting in the Philippines during the time of Ferdinand Marcos presidency.

    The premise of the TV Show is in search of Yamashita’s gold, a long lost treasure that was supposedly hidden by the Imperial Japanese forces during World War II.

    Yamashita’s Gold

    Yamashita’s gold, also referred to as the Yamashita treasure, is the name given to the alleged war loot stolen in Southeast Asia by Imperial Japanese forces during World War II and hidden in caves, tunnels, underground complexes, or just underground in the Philippines.

    The rumored treasure was the subject of a complex lawsuit that was filed in a Hawaiian state court in 1988 involving a Filipino treasure hunter, Rogelio Roxas, and the former Philippine president, Ferdinand Marcos.

    The Seagraves and a few others have claimed that American military intelligence operatives (Edward Lansdale) located much of the loot; they colluded with Hirohito and other senior Japanese figures to conceal its existence, and they used it to finance American covert intelligence operations around the world during the Cold War.

    In 1992, Imelda Marcos claimed that Yamashita’s gold accounted for the bulk of the wealth of her husband, Ferdinand Marcos.



    This article from The New York Times dated February 18, 1987 states that a Maj. Gen. John K. Singlaub who played a major role in advising and raising money for the Nicaraguan rebels was now working with a company called Nippon Star looking for Yamashita’s Gold in the Philippines.

    General Singlaub has established himself in the Manila office of a Hong Kong-registered company called Nippon Star. The company opened an office last year in a building owned by Raymond Moreno, an associate of Gen. Fabian C. Ver, who was the armed forces Chief of Staff under Mr. Marcos.

    This quote from the article gives us more names.

    1. Nippon Star
    2. Raymond Moreno
    3. Gen. Fabian C. Ver

    Nippon Star


    It is of more than passing interest to learn that Singlaub’s Nippon Star venture also had ultra right-wing motives in its search for World War II plunder. According to Bob Curtis, who had earlier worked with Ferdinand Marcos following his development of a technique that would alter the metallurgical finger-print of gold (obviously of immense use to Marcos, who had recovered tens of thousands of tonnes of war plunder), Singlaub and others involved with Nippon Star had an ultra right-wing agenda.

    The names of Bob Curtis and John Singlaub keep coming up from multiple sources.

    Raymond Moreno

    NYTimes > U.S. Implicates Military Contractor in Kickbacks

    The department said the military contractor, Harris Corporation, a Florida-based electronic communications company with half a billion dollars in military contracts, knowingly paid $2.27 million in kickbacks to Raymond M. Moreno, the Filipino businessman who pleaded guilty today. Defendant Had 3 Contracts

    The kickback schemes, Mr. Greenberg said in an interview, involved ‘‘escalating payments’’ from the ‘‘lowest to the highest levels of the Philippine Government.’’

    Mr. Moreno has been described by associates as the man to see in doing business with the Philippine military. He was closely associated with Gen. Fabian C. Ver, chief of the armed forces under Mr. Marcos, and investigators suspect Mr. Ver received some of the kickbacks paid to Mr. Moreno.

    Gen. Fabian C. Ver

    Fabian Crisologo Ver was a Filipino military officer who served as the Commanding Officer of the Armed Forces of the Philippines under President Ferdinand Marcos.

    Nippon Star and BBRDW


    Over twenty years later, the CIA had become a partner with President Marcos in shipping vast quantities of gleaming gold bars – bearing the triple A “chop” (a term used to describe hallmarks) – to Australia (and elsewhere), courtesy of the Nugan Hand Bank, which flew the bullion into the giant CIA/NSA facility at Alice Springs. [ii] The gold thereafter disappeared at about the same time that one now internationally well-known Australian media man began his spectacular march to global tycoon-ship. [iii] Meanwhile, papers in my possession show that another Australian bank was selected to hold a very large stockpile of Marcos gold. This is none other than Peter Johnston’s bank – Westpac.

    Following the discovery of the “suicided” Frank Nugan and the subsequent failure of
    the Nugan Hand Bank, the CIA moved its Marcos gold laundering activities to Nugan
    Hand’s successor, the Hawaii-based Bishop, Baldwin, Rewald, Dillingham and Wong
    (BBRDW). Many of the former Nugan Hand key executives and consultants moved en
    bloc to BBRDW, although Ronald Rewald — a long time CIA asset with the code name “Winterdog” — was selected to be the head man. This was due to Rewald’s gilt-edged connections through sport, principally polo. Included in the list of dignitaries Rewald had access to were the Sultan of Brunei, one of the wealthiest men in the world. See, Seagrave and also Rodney Stich, Defrauding America, generally, for background on
    Nugan Hand and BBRDW.

    • The Bank handling the transactions was Nugan Hand Bank
    • Transferred to Bishop, Baldwin, Rewald, Dillingham, and Wong #BBRDW

    The CIA’s Man on Horseback?

    This article talks about Ron Rewalds involvement with elites through the ownership of a Polo club. Also mentions a banker named Zobel.

    People Mentioned:

    • Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala

    Jamie Augusto Zobel de Ayala

    Jaime Augusto Miranda Zóbel de Ayala II, PLH (born March 6, 1959), also known as Jaime Augusto Zóbel, is a Filipino businessman, from the prominent Zóbel de Ayala family. He currently serves as chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Ayala Corporation. He succeeded his father Jaime Zóbel de Ayala, as the company’s president and CEO in 1994 and as chairman and CEO in 2006.

    Zobel studied at the Ateneo de Manila University (1966–1968), Ladycross School (1968–1971), and Worth School (1972–1976) before earning a B.A. degree in economics (cum laude) from Harvard College in 1981, and an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1987.

    With the mention of all theses players it leads to a potential end point of what is termed “The Black Eagle Trust Fund

    The Black Eagle Trust Fund


    This war chest would be known by several names: Black Eagle Trust, the Marcos gold, Yamashita’s Gold, the Golden Lily Treasure, the Durham Trust or Project Hammer. [33] The program also seems to have lined the pockets of the individuals that executed this policy. This was done to the tune of a staggering $240 billion dollars in covert and allegedly illegal bonds, which appear to have been replaced with Treasury notes backed by U.S. taxpayers in the aftermath of September 11.

    To this key group of senior National Security officials called the Vulcans, who had participated in the victory of the economic cold war in 1991, the WTC, the Pentagon, the four airliners and their occupants would became ‘collateral’ damage in the ending of the Cold War. Their deaths were required to hide the existence of the Black Eagle Trust, and the covert activities it had funded for over 50 years. The destruction of these lives and buildings constituted a cover-up of continued lawlessness by a fraternity or brotherhood of businessmen and criminals often referred to as ‘the Enterprise’ in the 1980s, though it has remained in the shadows since.

    The trust they created takes its name from the Nazi Black Eagle stamped on the gold bars of the Third Reich. Gold bullion confiscated from the Reich and not returned to its rightful owners and their heirs was the original source of funding for this trust. [44] Over the years, the significance of the Nazi gold would pale in comparison to the confiscated Japanese treasure.

    And that’s where following the money leads you.