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Group.png Switzerland   Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
Flag of Switzerland (Pantone).svg
LeaderPresident of Switzerland
Ueli Maurer.jpg
Incumbent: Ueli Maurer
Since 1 January 2019
Typenation state
Member ofGlobal Counter Terrorism Forum, OECD
SubpageSwitzerland/National Bank
Switzerland/Supreme Court
A mountainous, hence easily defended country in central Europe which has established itself as a world banking center.

Switzerland was one of the first three countries which complied with the European Parliament's directive to investigate Operation Gladio.[1]


Switzerland's mountainous (easily defended) nature recommends it as a haven for cash. Together with banking secrecy laws, this has made it the destination of choice for people secreting money, e.g. to avoid accountability. It was neutral in WWI and WWII.


The Bank of International Settlements (the central bankers' central bank) is based in Basel, Switzerland.

Deep events

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.[2][3][4][5]

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.


Compulsory school attendance is relatively low in Switzerland, only 9 years.[6]

Mohamed El Ghanem

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Full article: Stub class article Mohamed El Ghanem

The Swiss government imprisoned Dr. Mohamed El Ghanem, an Egyptian refugee, without charge for seven years, from 2007 through 2013, after he refused to spy on Geneva's Muslim community leaders. He was released after the Swiss Supreme Court ruled his detention wrongful, and required he be released in October 2013.


Related Quotation

BIS“1. The buildings or parts of buildings and surrounding land which, whoever may be the owner thereof, are used for the purposes of the Bank shall be inviolable. No agent of the Swiss public authorities may enter therein without the express consent of the Bank. Only the President, 2 the General Manager of the Bank, or their duly authorised representative shall be competent to waive such inviolability.

2. The archives of the Bank and, in general, all documents and any data media belonging to the Bank or in its possession, shall be inviolable at all times and in all places.

3. The Bank shall exercise supervision of and police power over its premises.”


An ambassador to Switzerland

Nation stateStartDescription
United States Ambassador to Switzerland



Bilderberg/2019The 67th Bilderberg Meeting
Le Cercle/1980 (Zurich)
Swissair Flight 330


Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
ACE International
AGT InternationalA data analysis company founded by Mati Kochavi, including work on RFID and IOT
Club of Rome
Crypto AGManufacturers of notoriously backdoored cryptographic communication systems.
Financial Stability Board
Global Commission on Drug PolicyA group critical of the "war on drugs", which "advocates decriminalizing drug use by those who do no harm to others."
IMD International
International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
International Labour Organization
Merex AGWidely used by intelligence agencies for secret arms deals.
Revolutionären Aufbau Schweiz
University of Basel
University of Bern
World Economic Forum
World Health Organization
World Wildlife Fund


Citizens of Switzerland on Wikispooks

Josef Ackermann7 February 1948
Oswald Aeppli
Jacques Aigrain15 August 1954
Christine Beerli26 March 1953
Walter Berchtold
Anne-Catherine Berner16 January 1964
Franz Blankart27 November 1936
Daniel Borel
Jean Bourgknecht
Walter E. Boveri6 December 189420 March 1972
Gerardo BrogginiNovember 1926
Carl Burckhardt10 September 18913 March 1974
Hugo Butler
Karl Casserini
Daniel Cornu
Jean Pierre Cot23 October 1937
Flavio Cotti18 October 1939
Joseph Deiss18 January 1946
Jean-Pascal Delamuraz
Arnaud Dotézac
Arthur Dunkel26 August 19328 June 2005
Peter Forstmoser22 January 1943
Kurt Furgler24 June 192423 July 2008
Andreas Gerwig10 November 192830 April 2014
Ivan Glasenberg1957
Pierre Graber
Jürgen Graf15 August 1951
Erich Gysling1936
Fritz Halm
Hans Heckmann
Philipp Hildebrand19 July 1963
André Hoffmann31 May 1958Multi-billionaire big pharma, Bilderberg, World Economic Forum
F. Emmanuel Iselin
Paul Jolles25 December 191911 March 2000
Jakob Kellenberger
Walter Kielholz25 February 1951
Alex KrauerJune 1931
Ernst Kux
Doris Leuthard10 April 1963
Pierre Liotard-Vogt14 December 190915 November 1987
Olivier Long11 October 191519 March 2003
Fred Luchsinger9 July 19219 May 2009Newspaper editor, Le Cercle
Franz Lütolf
Bernard Mach
Margrit Markstaller
Dick Marty
Ueli Maurer1 December 1950
Beatrice Weder di Mauro3 August 1965
Felicien Morel4 March 1935
Paul H. Müller
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