|A mountainous, hence easily defended country in central Europe which has established itself as a world banking center.|
The Bank of International Settlements is based in Basel, Switzerland.
Banking secrecy laws mean that Switzerland is an attractive location for funds of dubious origins. The Swiss-Italian border became notorious after border guards caught people attempting or suspected of planning to take bearer bonds from Italy to Switzerland. The amounts involved are quite staggering - one hundred billion dollars or more, on even trillions of US dollars.
The general pattern is that the perpetrators to be arrested, but names and/or nationalities and other basic information not to be disclosed, and the commercially-controlled media to quickly lose interest in the story. The involved parties are often released for undisclosed reasons - quite consistent with the thesis that these are the visible traces of large financial crimes by deep state groups.
|Bilderberg/1960||28 May 1960 - 29 May 1960|
|Bilderberg/1970||17 April 1970 - 19 April 1970|
|Bilderberg/1981||15 May 1981 - 17 May 1981|
|Bilderberg/2011||9 June 2011 - 12 June 2011|
|Le Cercle/1980 (Zurich)||28 June 1980 - 29 June 1980|
- NATO'S Secret Armies, Daniele Ganser, pp. 23–24
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