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Martin Timothy

AE: Half Billion$ Pandemic Derivatives - Brings the 911 Put Options Mess to Mind

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This is related to the outstanding World Bank Pandemic Bonds which will come due for expiration in July 2020, and will be be in the neighborhood of $500 million.


The World Bank sold "pandemic bonds" to private investors on the premise they would lose their money if any of six deadly pandemics Filovirus, Coronavirus, Lassa Fever, Rift Valley Fever, and/or Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever hit, as a giant gamble in the global financial casino. It does not take much to figure out it would be in the interest of the World Health Organization to declare Coronavirus a pandemic, they would benefit from the cash while the bondholders lose.

Deja Vu..

GlobalResearch, Insider Trading on 9/11.

Insider Trading on 9/11 - Speculative trading in Put Options where a party bets a stock will drop in value spiked in the days around Sept. 11, 2001, many people who cashed in to the tune of million$ of dollar$ must have had advance knowledge of the attacks .. CIA Director "Buzzy" Krongard named.

Mark H Gaffney @ CounterInformation.

After 9/11, there were indications that traders with inside information had benefited financially from the terrorist attacks. It also appeared that the phenomenon was not limited to US markets. The list of affected nations was long and included, in addition to the US, Germany, Japan, France Luxembourg, the UK, Switzerland, Spain, and even Hong Kong.i One consultant, Jonathan Winer, told ABC, “It’s absolutely unprecedented to see cases of insider trading covering the entire world from Japan to the US to North America to Europe."

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