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A Rebuttal of Wikipedia's Defamation of the OITC promulgated by Rumor Mill News
By Ron Chapman
Nov 14, 2009 - 6:12:00 AM

A Rebuttal of Wikipedia's Defamation of the OITC promulgated by Rumor Mill News

Ron: On 8/11/09 Rumor Mill News (RMN) posted a defamatory criticism of the OITC by posting the calumnious Wikipedia entry on the OITC  verbatim. See:

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=159959

On 9/11/09 I emailed RMN requesting that, as a matter of balance, RMN post a rebuttal provide by me, of the most obvious libels in the Wikipedia article posted by RMN. When I got no reply I asked again (twice) on 10/11/09. As my rebuttal of the Wikipedia defamation of the OITC was not posted by RMN I now post it here.

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'Re: OITC? RC DAM? DOMINION OF MELCHIZEDEK???


G’day BillyM,

There are lies, damned lies …and wikipedia  You choose to START with wikipedia rather than asking the OITC directly to explain itself. Why is that? The OITC says it welcomes questions.

Good disinfo sows doubt and distrust without being explicit. So what does the first paragraph of the wikipedia quote say?

‘The Office of International Treasury Control (OITC) is a controversial organization that claims to be associated with the United Nations and the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States. It has attempted to deceive people and organizations in Ecuador, Fiji and the United Kingdom. The UN and Federal Reserve have denied any knowledge of or connection with OITC.[1][2]. The purpose of the hoax is unknown.’

Analysis:

The first line states without evidence that the OITC is “a controversial organization”
SAYS WHO? WHY?
The only people likely to be concerned about the operations of the OITC are its competitors namely the current operators of the usurious fiat global fractional reserve banking system and their associates and minions. The OITC has the wealth and ability to create a new global banking system that will provide real, asset backed money for every worthwhile human activity in the world WITHOUT charging interest on that money, thereby creating abundance for everyone on Earth. To the Rothschilds and their ilk that is indeed controversial but it isn’t to ordinary folk.
 
 ‘and claims to be associated with the United Nations and the Federal Reserve …’
NO IT DOESN’T!
As I understand it, the OITC claims to be a sovereign entity whose status is registered WITH the UN and which USES the Federal Reserve System FOR BANKING PURPOSES because the Federal Reserve is (at least while the US dollar is still allegedly the World’s reserve currency) the Central Bank TO ALL of the World’s Central Banks. The difference is profound and only an idiot or a shill would think otherwise. So why does wikipedia lead off its discussion with these lies?

Next wikipedia says, again without evidence that:

‘It has attempted to deceive people and organizations in Ecuador, Fiji and the United Kingdom.’

NO it hasn’t. If it had there would be evidence of the fraud involved and presumably at least SOME indications of legitimate criminal investigations and prosecutions or at least civil proceedings against the OITC or its servants and agents. Why have there been no arrests of OITC personnel for fraud and deception? It has been reported that senior OITC personnel have offerred themselves for arrest and NO ONE has taken up that offer. Sooo, after almost 15 years in operation  there have been NO arrests, NO substantiared evidence of ANYTHING untoward, and the OITC is operating more effectively with each passing day. The libellous wikipedia article doesn’t soil its author’s hands with such trivia as evidence of its fantasies. At what point does a reasonable reader query this malicious and mendacious pap?

Then wikipedia concludes its case by saying:

‘The UN and Federal Reserve have denied any knowledge of or connection with OITC.’

Really? That’s pretty strong proof then isn’t it? SO, let’s check the evidential sources quoted for those denials. The first is this article:

‘Nothing ventured
By Clay Harris

Published: June 23 2005 03:00 | Last updated: June 23 2005 03:00

Sellers of companies don't often get paid by postal order. But the accountants running failed carmaker MG Rover are now owners of one for £1, courtesy of a group calling itself the "Office of International Treasury Control".

The OITC paid the money as a deposit on its £10 bid for Rover, which it wants to restart with a "guaranteed" $5bn cash injection. The OITC, apparently based in Thailand, claims to be a secret part of the United Nations. The UN denies it exists and says there is no such thing as a "UN Charter Control Number", quoted by the organisation to prove its validity.’
 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/789126d8-e383-11d9-b6f0-00000e2511c8.html?nclick_check=1 

THAT’S IT! There is no more! The OITC is said to be a fraud and a hoax because Clay Harris of the Financial Times said on 23/6/05 that ‘The UN denies it exists and says there is no such thing as a "UN Charter Control Number”. Well, excuse me, let’s all go home and drink more matrix media cool aid and line up for our flu vaccines since the media recommends we do that also. Did any one actually get a definitive and verifiable statement on the matter from an individual employed by the UN who can be held accountable for his/her statement? No? Why not?

But wait! There’s a second evidential reference. It is an article entitled:
‘"United Nations office has no record of claims", Fiji Times, 4 March 2006.
Well Bless My Soul! I’m convinced, aren’t you? After all wikipedia has quoted not one, but TWO Zionist media sources disparaging the existence of the OITC. Clearly it doesn’t exist! After all the news media NEVER LIES to you does it?

BUT IN CASE ANY READER IS STILL IN DOUBT, wikipedia completes its erudite summary of its investigation with this:
‘The purpose of the hoax is unknown.’

Ya need not read further dear reader, the OITC is a HOAX!!! Ya better believe it because we, WIKIPEDIA, tell you so. And you can trust our anonymous authors can’t ya?

After that comprehensive libel why would anyone read any more? Certainly I can see no point in debunking the rest of the garbage in this so-called article since its all been said in the first paragraph. Right Pilgrims?

To be fair though, I note that the article quotes the Fiji Times, Fijilive, Fiji Village and the Fiji Sun a total of 14 times; four Ecuadorean news sources; and four New Zealand news sources for a total of 22 references out of a total of 24 for the article. The remaining two references are quotes from UK mainstream media. Unfortunately there’s no indication of any effort to check the facts with the OITC, the UN, or the Federal Reserve System. Perhaps they were all harder to contact than parochial Fijian and Ecuadorean newspapers?

This RMN article exhorts us to check some of the footnotes on the above Wiki page. ‘Since these are public (and not "secret")’. Why? Did the author of the RMN article check out those sources? Is it easier to check the back numbers of parochial Fijian and Ecuadorean newspapers than to peruse the OITC’s website at: http://www.unoitc.org/  or to ask the OITC (http://www.unoitc.org/Contact_Us.html) for its response to these lies?

Those who think that the mainstream media and wikipedia are their friends don’t need enemies.

Blessings
RC'
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