By Anna von Reitz
Really, Sir, I must protest.
The Marshall Plan was named after General George Marshall who had the temerity to suggest that we, meaning America and Americans, should make money and resources available to 17 western and eastern European nations after World War II, to help them restore their infrastructure and rebuild.
On April 3, 1948, Harry S.Truman signed The Marshall Plan into existence. Billions upon billions of dollars were deployed over the next three years and the European Economic Recovery Plan then took up the reins and continued the same basic program under a different name and administration.
This was touted as an “investment” program, specifically, “an investment in Democracy”. Or in plain language, payola to make sure that various European countries didn’t fall under Communist influence — and stayed under our influence, instead.
Apparently, the idea that all countries should stay under their own influence was foreign and beyond the contextual matrix of those sitting at the table.
The end result is that those countries owe us a lot of money and interest, and it came directly out of the American people — our labor, our gold, our resources — even though the British Territorial United States made the loan “for” us.
As a result, Mr. Secretary-General of the United Nations, aka, secretary-general of the UN, The Marshall Plan and the investments and the interest and everything else rolling off of it all these years afterward, belongs to us. We paid for it.
The American people suffered and went without to make those investments possible, and it is to our credit that we made this effort and made The Marshall Plan and the European Economic Recovery Plan a reality.
Imagine my consternation to find “TVM” also known as Alex Tallano, that old fraudster, swaggering around and claiming to be a “Seven Star General” and the “Secretary Governor General of the United Nations” and using United Nations stationery, too.
He has about as much to do with The Marshall Plan and funding it as dogs have to do with dinner. Alex Tallano is not Tiburcio Villamor Marcos, and even if he were, he would still not have any credit coming for The Marshall Plan and our investments in Europe.
As for the rest of Alex Tallano”s claims:
I have a book that shows all the details — as the Irish say, “the All of It” since 960 A.D. And I can go back if I need to, to the founding of Rome in 753 BC, but there is really no need to do so. I have the Spanish Grant of the Code FLAT Accounts — the original — and it doesn’t say a word about anyone named Marcos. I also have the Central Bank of the Philippines Certificate of Depositor — original, not copy, where Marcos appears as the Attorney of TVM-LSM–666, which is Severino Sta Romano’s account code system. It has nothing to do with Tiburcio Villamor Marcos.
Let me ask the Genius Generals — if someone named Annabelle Victoria Rasmussen (AVR) and someone named Anna Von Reitz (AVR) happen to have the same initials, does that imply that they are one and the same woman, having the same property, owning the same interests?
No, it resoundingly doesn’t even begin to imply that at all. So, can we all look at the bald fact of where the money for The Marshall Plan actually came from and who actually paid for it, or do I have to attend yet another meeting and (figuratively) slap people silly?
3 April 2022 by: Anna Maria Riezinger, Fiduciary
The United States of America