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karen-hudesI wanted to give everyone the heads up on my up and coming interview with whistleblower Karen Hudes of The World Bank!   It runs two hours and is filled with a lot of good information.  The show is entitled “Let’s Get the Gold Into The Hands of The People!”

Here is the link for the interview below:



E-mails regarding The Gold and The Philippines:


On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 7:02 AM, Wolfgang Struck <> wrote:

Dear Karen,

I second the motion. Unfortunately, that is the common spin in the Philippines, quite wide-spread, and it may never go away. These people believe in their own fantasies, want to believe in their own fantasies like a religion, covering everything to the point that they ousted Marcos, so in effect they are not even lying. Who will tell them that they are wrong? Who will tell them the truth? Not the Philippine government, not the yellow media, so they will go on and on.

On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 7:28 PM, Karen Hudes <> wrote:

I will not address you as the “Community of World Historians”.  I will call you out as the liars and shills that you are.  Here is the true story.  You have it totally wrong.  Get thee behind me, and never bother me again.

Karen A. Hudes
Acting General Counsel
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development


——— Forwarded message ———-
From: Wolfgang Struck <>
Date: Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 1:16 AM
To: Karen Hudes <>, Karen Hudes <>, Craig Whitaker <>, Alex Flor <>, “” <>
Cc: “” <>, Herman Tiu Laurel <>
Dear Karen.


This is as much as I could have expected from a newly retired Assistant Secretary of the Finance Department of the Republic of the Philippines.

I am proud of that and I feel very much confirmed in my views of the world.




On Tuesday, 25 February 2014, 9:06, Yahoo! <> wrote:

Wow and whew , I wish you a very long fruitful life so the true history of the Philippines and the Marcoses will surface to a critical mass to change history. Stay well,


Ma. Eleanor F. dela Cruz CPA MNSA MM
+63 917 803 1403


On Friday, February 21, 2014 12:18 PM, Wolfgang Struck <> wrote:

Dear Eleanor,


Am I happy that I have received, at least, one reply, one question from a Filipino voicing the obvious?! Correct: Where is the Marcos family in all of this? They cannot even prevent a New York judge from putting her own aide to jail for, probably, the rest of her life? There must be a reason, maybe something hiding somewhere that we do not know? Shall I have my guess?


By now, everybody knows Tacloban. Even Justin Bieber and David Beckham go there to get sympathy points the world over. For themselves! Not for Tacloban. Imelda R. Marcos is said to hail from Tacloban but she did nothing to help the victims of that Yolanda disaster. In order to correct that old part of Philippine history, it has to be said that her mother, poor Remedios Trinidad, was adopted by the Romualdez family in Tacloban and little Imelda with it in the package that the Romualdez family did not like but Bejo insisted and won. Remedios Trinidad, not Donna yet, had been the domestic helper of one Severino Sta. Romana in Cabanatuan City. He made her pregnant but did not want to marry her.  So she had to run away and landed in Ermita, the red-light district of Manila at the time.


Trinidad gave birth to a baby girl in Ermita, Manila, where ,18 years  later, that baby-girl-grown-up ran for Miss Manila, ran away with the Mayor of Manila, married him in Hong Kong in civil rights, and won the title of Miss Manila. She looked gorgeous when her father discovered her poster, riding in a white Studebaker (from rent-a-car) on busy Mabini Street. “You marry Marcos”, he had said. “But I am married already”, she had said. The rest is history.


Well, yes, she gave Marcos a son after she had given Mayor Lacson a daughter and she developed nicely, properly, and successfully to be a sensation all over the world. Maybe she loved Marcos. Maybe Marcos loved her. One day in 1975 she received the news that her son with Marcos was shot dead in London. She was devastated. She was even more upset when she realized that Marcos had instantly moved to suppress all news about the death of her son. “You cannot do that. He is my son”, she had said. “Mrs. Marcos, can you get out of my sight”, he had said and that was the last time he saw her. She spent the rest of her life in her beloved New York and Marcos had to replace a son and a wife.


They were trained and prepared in London for a new life by Miriam Defensor, darling lawyer of Marcos, assigned to the World Court at the time to find out what would happen to the claim of the ORIGINAL CLAIMANTS OF WWII LOOT which was to end, so Marcos was hoping, after 30 years. For explanation, the International Court of Justice in The Hague had ruled in its first decision 1946 that all gold found from buried treasure in the Philippines should be deemed owned by the ORIGINAL CLAIMANTS OF WWII LOOT.


Why had the ICJ done that?  Well: They had acted quickly upon the claim of those who had installed them hastily into office, namely the Jewish bankers of London and the world claiming that their gold was stolen from their bonded warehouses just before or at the start of the war to the suave tune of 946,000 MT (metric tons). It must be added that the gold was stashed and hiding in the secret far-away bonded warehouses. It was not gold listed in the London Metal Exchange. Now that must have been the crime of the year but no newspaper reporting. Why?


Would that not be the story of the century starting with the fine question who dunnit or where is the gold now? How much is 946,000 metric tons and where did that come from? How come that the world did not know about so much gold? Who was hiding that and what about our beloved history books who do not know this? Oh, that gold had been in the vaults of the Jewish banks until it was discovered stolen but, may one ask, who had brought it to the Jewish banks in the first place? And what were the Jewish bankers supposed to do? Just tell the depositors of the gold and the world that they had lost it or, sorry, someone stole it?


Of course, they could not do that! They just could not tell the truth, even if they knew very well that Adolf Hitler had stolen it with his super SS. They just could not fathom out how that son-of-a-bitch had done it. Well then: Some are smarter than others. They left the gold buried in the Philippines, got their uncontested claims of missing gold registered in the ICJ and started using their claims as collateral for credit lines to other Jewish banks and vice versa, discovering in the process that this way money was created much easier and faster.


Actually, they loved it and they conquered the world by leaving the gold where it is in the Philippines as Yamashita gold and waiting for the maturity 2005 of the other gold that came from the Vatican in 1949 to be fixed in the BILATERAL MINESFIELD BREAKTHROUGH SUCCESSOR AGREEMENT dated August 1, 1950 for 400,000MT for 50 years plus 5 years moratorium. Adding it all up with the alleged gold hoard from China, Marcos had near two (2) million tons of gold at his disposal, none of it of Philippine origin. To claim that Marcos stole billions from the Filipino people belongs to the category of ONLY IN THE PHILIPPINES. In other words, you have to be a Filipino to believe that.


Thank you, Eleanor, for giving me the chance to expound a little bit on real Philippine history that many Filipinos could be proud of if only they knew. Unfortunately, many others will wrongly gather again for the annual ritual of EDSA Revolution memories how they ousted Marcos. We can assure them that they did not oust Marcos. The CIA did. Aside from Jaime Cardinal Sin and Bea Zobel de Ayala hardly any Filipinos were involved in the real ouster of Marcos who was not even Marcos in the end. The old man who was carried into the US military helicopter in Malacanang was Marcos cousin Dalmasio Edralin. He was also the one who died and got buried in Hawai’i. The body that was flown in to Laoag years later to be buried on ice is the body of a PMAer with wrong shoe-size 9. He might never be buried because he is not Marcos.


In the old game of WHO IS WHO there would be one question remaining: Is Marcos still alive or: Where is Marcos? The question is maybe not that important. Otherwise Marcos would have come forward. Maybe it is up to the world to wake up to the truth that there is so much gold and so much money in the world and there were world wars fought over it, but it appears that the truth is somehow withheld from the people of the world for the benefit of a few who are in the know and, thereby, in power like for example the Jewish bankers of the world. And they can always say, well, you did not ask us, did you? And Imelda can always say, well, you did not ask me, did you? At least Jessica Soho had Bongbong on the ropes once in her GMA7 show asking him blankly “Are you son of Ferdinand Marcos?” He came out without lying. He is the son of Marcos but with Donna Carmen Ortega, not with Imelda. Maybe this is not so important and yet again, maybe it is, as the truth always starts somewhere with a true statement.


It is maybe time we hear a true statement regarding that body lying in state in Batac. People in Manila would shrug their shoulders. They do not know. Not even the people living near will understand what I am talking about. Maybe we ask them what they are waiting for. Maybe they are just doing what they do best: Nothing. And we are talking about the most important man on earth and the Filipino people do not know. All the gold and all money in the world is connected to Marcos, the late Philippine President who wanted to make this country great again against the evil machinations of greedy land grabbers called developers in the Philippines. All riches start with a crime. In the Philippines, there is only one way to become super rich. Steal the land from the Filipinos but don’t forget to buy the justice system first.


Nice talking to you via e-mail,




On Thursday, 20 February 2014, 20:48, Yahoo! <> wrote:

Will the Filipinos ever see the light ? Why are the Marcoses not moving on the flight of Vilma ?


Ma. Eleanor F. dela Cruz CPA MNSA MM
+63 917 803 1403


On Wednesday, February 19, 2014 8:24 PM, Wolfgang Struck <> wrote:

For your files. WS


On Wednesday, 19 February 2014, 13:46, Wolfgang Struck <> wrote:



Dear Art,


Come to think of your friend Nick Suarez, press secretary of the ill-fated PCGG, Cory Aquino’s vehicle for hatred and vengeance on the kind Filipino people. We have not seen him for a while. Poor guy, he must hate to be drawn into this latest propaganda war timely before the annual EDSA ritual. They need a new budget and have to prove something in time to deserve that.


Here comes his boss, PCGG Chairman Bautista, and trumpets up a meager $29M return from the much heralded (before) PNB Escrow Account in Singapore. In small print, he says that they are still hoping to receive the $1.3B which is still held in WestLB Singapore.


Now that is quite a revelation after the Filipino people had been made to believe in 2004 that the escrow money was done, in the hands of PGMA, P40B as per PCGG Chairwoman Haydee Yorac at the time. So the dollars are still there, ha? How come? Why is it still there? Secret: The Pesos came from Lucio Tan in exchange for his Tobacco Excise Tax. PGMA gave him a slap on the hand and the money to Garci as we all know.


Is it possible now that the proud Philippine government was rebuffed and has long lost the case in Singapore? If we remember correctly, then there was a condition set on the release of the money, actually a two-headed condition. The Philippine government under Fidel V. Ramos had guaranteed that they would now be able (which they had not been under Cory government) to prove the “ill-gotten” in a criminal case filed before a reputable criminal court. That would, on the one hand, incriminate the Credit Suisse Bank of Switzerland to the tune that they had accommodated ill-gotten money. But it would, on the other hand, make the money free to be released to PNB, escrow agent/Philippine government.


Unfortunately for the Filipino people, such criminal case was never filed for sheer lack of evidence. Nobody has yet proven that Credit Suisse had accepted “ill-gotten” money from Marcos. As much as the famous Marcos-hater Jovito Salonga has strived in his long life to find a hair in the soup, the outcome was always the same as in the famous New York court case of 1990: No evidence of malversation (stealing) of public funds. Marcos was clean. Others were not.


After a brief attempted return to Marcos politics under Joseph Estrada who was politically hacked to death in front of the eyes of the awed Filipino public by a united front of CIA, State Department, Vatican, the rich and shameless land grabbers, and the mighty Makati Business Club, the pronounced classmate of Bill Clinton, PGMA, made tabula rasa, helped by Lucio Tan and other super-rich, deliberately destroying all avenues to the rule of law which culminated in the most stupid Supreme Court decision of all times, all worlds, and all continents of imagination.


That was to be the most dubious 2003 FORFEITURE ORDER and the only question for decent Filipinos should be: How much did Ms. Janet Napoles and friends offer to the justices to close their eyes when they signed that stupid paper prepared by Gloria’s prime lawyer Atty. Renato Corona?


What does the FORFEITURE ORDER say? Filipinos should know. It is common knowledge, it says there, and does not have to be proven in court that the late President Ferdinand Marcos had stolen billions and trillions from the Filipino people. Somehow it also says in small print that it should be repaid to the Filipino people.


Hello? I do not know about your neighbors. Our neighbors were never rich before. How could Marcos have stolen from them? Does not make sense! He obviously did not steal from the rich and shameless otherwise they would not be rich and shameless today. Actually, they are more rich and shameless today than ever before. Henry Sy’s net value goes up by only about $700Million every year. Not bad for an old guy sitting in a wheelchair.  Someone told me that SM is Si Marcos, not Shoe Mart. You ask people in shoe city Marikina how hard it is to earn from making shoes. They will tell you how much they hate Henry Sy and SM for stealing their business.


Anyhow, to make it short, the Filipino people have never received a penny since the creation of the PCGG. They might as well stop announcing how many billions they have stolen from Marcos to enrich themselves. Now they are going after 3 famous paintings in New York. That is a juicy story. They don’t want to miss that, for propaganda purposes against Marcos, especially when they can bring up Imelda from the good old days.


I want to tell it the other way, so that Filipino people will understand better. Like this. You are offered a good job, they say, good pay, like secondary private secretary to Imelda Marcos. Will you take the job? Of course, you will take the job, you will be very happy and you swear you will do what Madame will tell you to do. That’s what you are paid for. Vilma Bautista did exactly that, 30 years ago when she was 45 years old. Not the youngest any more but experienced in New York.


Imelda had a condo in New York. When times got heated in Manila, Imelda told Vilma to secure the 3 paintings hanging in the condo of a famous French painter Monet, so that they will not be stolen by the revolutionary crowd, if ever.


Somehow the PCGG got wind of the paintings when Vilma had sold the paintings to a London Art Gallery for a total of $32M they say. It is not clear what happened to the money, maybe Vilma’s son ran away with it. That does not really matter.  Not as we see it.


What really matters is the fact that Vilma Bautista is accused by the Philippine government of swindling the money that should have gone to the coffers of the PCGG (and disappear from there as always), defrauding the Filipino people by not surrendering the paintings or the proceeds from the sale to the PCGG. Hold it here: The Filipino people did not buy the paintings, so they cannot be the owners and are, therefore, not defrauded. Marcos bought the paintings proving beyond doubt that he had good taste. Marcos was the owner of the paintings and there cannot be any doubt to that. If ever Marcos was defrauded, maybe by his own aide.


Now that is the gateway to hell, Philippine hell. Every Filipino has been indoctrinated that everything Marcos is bad, ill-gotten. Therefore everything that Marcos owned is bad also, unless it is recovered from him, reason being that that is public knowledge and does not need to be proven in court. Every Filipino makes a big mistake here. We claim that we live by the Constitution which says that he is not guilty until proven in court that he is guilty.


Now, if guilty, it must be easy to prove in any court that he is guilty. But 30 years after, we still cannot prove that Marcos is guilty? Guilty of what? No, dear Filipinos, we cannot and we will never. We are trapped in a big lie and we will never again see the light of the day, except we pay Ayala for a condo at Avida, at their prices, of course.


Back to poor Vilma Bautista (75) who is sentenced to jail by a crooked New York judge for six (6) years and a few months. She does not know anything about the unlawful 2003 FORFEITURE ORDER of the Philippine Supreme Court that serves the interest of the rich and shameless in this country. Actually, she does not know what is happening to her. She does not even know what the agenda is of her lawyer. Under the American judicial system of Barrack Obama, the jail system is privatized. Government pays private owners. The more people in jail, the more the owners of the jails will earn. Lawyers and judges get a share. Poor Vilma, they want you in jail!


There is one way out. We can accuse the Philippine government for grandstanding. How can they claim ownership over the paintings, how can they claim to be defrauded? When did they become the owners of the paintings? Ah, you mean in 2003? The Supreme Court in Singapore rejected that claim. The judge in New York may not be aware of that. No ill-gotten, no claim, no jail for Vilma Bautista because the Philippine government has no legal standing in the case.


Instead, a former Legal Counsel of the World Bank is now representing the legal successor of Marcos and has made representation in a letter addressed to the lawyer of Vilma Bautista to the effect that the three paintings will be claimed by the legal successor on the grounds that the 2003 Forfeiture Order of the Supreme Court contradicts the Philippine Constitution and does not establish any rights over assets or properties of the late Ferdinand Marcos even if it comes from the Philippine government.


It is only natural to assume that the fate of the PNB Escrow Account will go the same way after the acquittal of Vilma Bautista. The escrow will be dissolved and sent back free of any liens and encumbrances to the original depository bank, Credit Suisse in Zuerich, Switzerland, from where the legal successor will handle the money pending letters of instruction of Marcos, if any in that bank.


Thank you for your attention. I hope you like this new development.


Your old friend Wolfgang



On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 2:43 AM, karen hudes <> wrote:
From: The Community Of World Historians <>

Message Body:
Dear Karen,

There are three kinds of gold in the Philippines.


We will humbly provide you brief information.

PHILIPPINE GOLD is owned by the Philippine Royal Family before the Spanish conquerors arrived in 1521. KING LUISONG TAGEAN was the owner of 720,000 Metric Tons Of Gold. King Luisong died December 17,1764. The eldest son of the King was Rajah Lapu-Lapu (ruler of Mactan Island, Cebu.) Actually his son Lapu-Lapu was the one who killed Spanish Ferdinand Magellan in the Battle Of Mactan. Alfred Dent (a British Lord) and British Gov. General Downsonne Drake surely knew the king and the existence of the Philippines originally called Maharlika. During this period or 1764 is far away from WW2 where Japan invaded the Philippines in 1942. Also, many of King Luisong’s gold was a gift of the Chinese Emperor Yung Lo written in Sung & Ming Dynasty from years 1368 to 1644. Some golds were a gift from Emperor Yung Lo as a respect to King Luisong Tagean.

YAMASHITA GOLD is actually what we called as Asia’s Looted Gold during WW2. Looted or plundered by the Imperial Japanese Military during WW2 from various countries particularly is Asia. Many stated and called it as Yamashita Gold. Actually the plunderer was no other than Prince Chichibu (younger brother of Emperor Hirohito). Yamashita was given order by Prince Chichibu to buried their Asia’s Looted in the Philippines as the Americans are fast coming. Various ships containing gold from the Philippines to Japan was only sunk by US Navy Submarines. Without knowing that those transport ships have tons of gold cargo. So, Prince Chichibu ordered Yamashita to buried the gold in various parts of the Philippines.

MARCOS GOLD is a mixture of the Philippine Gold and the said Asia’s Looted Gold sometimes being called as Yamashita Gold. However, the Philippine Gold which is owned by the Philippine Royal Family (children of King Luisong) was deposited in the Philippine Central Bank somewhere in the 1948 which was illegally brought out by Ferdinand E. Marcos and his cohort Col. Severino Santa Romana or Col. Santy (OSS Agent under William Donovan, also Col. Santa Romana alias Reverend Father Jose Antonio Garcia Diaz.

Marcos & Sta. Romana illegally transported the gold out of the Philippine Central Bank when Marcos was still a Senate President.

Furthermore, Ferdinand E. Marcos received Medal Of Merit from the Sovereign Military Order Of Malta (Catholic Church Brotherhood) for the job well done. Whereas, Col. Santa Romana was an OSS Agent and Rev. Father Jose Antonio Garcia Diaz (priest belonging to Opus Dei) was a Vatican Agent controlled by the Jesuits. Therefore, he (Sta. Romana) was a double-agent and that Col. Santa Romana and Rev. Father Jose Antonio Garcia Dias are one and the same person.

We will share with you some document about the court hearing somewhere 1972 (Pasay City Regional Trial Court – Judge Enrique A. Agana). Col. Santa Romana a.k.a. Rev. Father Jose Antonio Garcia Diaz was questioned face-to-face by Atty. Cesar Paras, Sr. and that Col. Santa Romana a.k.a. Rev. Father Jose Antonio Garcia Diaz admitted their guilt.

We are thinking that many of these gold which was handed by Marcos & Rev. Fr. Diaz or Col. Santy may ended up to the Vatican Bank.

Thank you very much.

Respectfully yours,

The Community Of World Historians.

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