TESTIMONY OF RONALD BERNARD, EX-ILLUMINATI N°1
Dear brothers in Christ and dear friends, we are delighted to share with you this testimony of Mr Ronald Bernard, another ex-illuminati who managed to escape from the dark world he still finds difficult to describe. Although we are now already used to these kinds of testimonies, reading new ones is always edifying.
Theses testimonies are there to remind us of what the world around us really looks like. Lucifer and his agents are at work, and their dark world is as real as the one we live in. Those of you who are already born again Christians should keep up with spiritual warfare. And for all those who have not given their live to Jesus Christ yet, it is high time they made that move.
As you have now come to believe that the world of darkness is real, you should understand that the world of light is also real. Eternal life is therefore a reality. The Bible clearly teaches us that anyone of us will live eternally, either in Heaven, or in Hell. The time to choose where to spend your eternity is now. We encourage you to make the good choice while it's still time. This testimony is in two parts. In order to fully benefit from it, you should read the second part.
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Dutch banker Ronald Bernard blows the whistle on world’s satanic elite
By IWB·April 29, 2017
The Alternative Media have long asserted that an international cabal of satanists controls our world. Now, a credible whistleblower has come forth, testifying to the cabal’s existence. He is a former elite Dutch banker named Ronald Bernard.
In the interview, Bernard said that he came from a family with an abusive father. In order to survive the abuse, he’d learned to suppress his conscience. He became an entrepreneur, and became interested in the financial world. A contact in that world offered to mentor him, but instructed him that the necessary condition to achieve success in the financial world is that Bernard must put his conscience into the "freezer" - otherwise called a Faustian bargain.
Bernard became a financial success as a facilitator in tax avoidance and currency exchange/money laundering for big players, including banks, governments, multinationals, secret services, and terrorist groups. Through his work, he came to see the connecting dots about which only the top 1% of the pyramid of global elite are privy. That top elite of 8,000 to 8,500 worship lucifer as their god, regard people as sheep to be used, and manipulate the media so as to conceal how the world really operates.
Bernard became part of that exclusive top 1% and was invited to the elite’s satanic church of "Eyes Wide Shut" Black Mass, naked women and drugs. By this time, Bernard’s long-dormant conscience had begun to stir after seeing how currency speculation, specifically of the Italian lira, bankrupted a company and drove the owner to commit suicide.
When Bernard was asked to participate in satanic blood sacrifices of children, that was the coup de grâce. Those who participated would be blackmailed by the satanic elite to do their bidding.
Bernard began to refuse assignments. He wanted out, but was trapped. He was physically tortured, to prevent him from revealing names of companies, groups, and individuals. Eventually, he had a complete breakdown and ended up in Intensive Care (IC). While in IC, Bernard had a near-death experience in which he was outside of his body but saw the hospital staff working on his body. That convinced him that he is not just body, but has a soul. It took a full year for his body to recover.
Interviewer: Ronald, you have a very strong background in the financial sector, asset management, deposit trading, as far as I understood. Can you tell us something about your experiences? For how long did you work there?
Bernard: Well, my experiences are more complicated than what you mentioned just now. Actually I have been an entrepreneur my entire life. Independence being the key component to me. I have once tried being an employee, but that didn’t work out. Being an entrepreneur, I have seen many sectors, amongst which I have experienced the financial world. All my other companies as an entrepreneur, like my own fashion line for ladies, car-dealership and also import-export, had me involved to such an extent with building up my own fortune, it inherently guided me into the world of finance. Working in import-export, you encounter different currencies and you have to go to the exchange to trade through brokers. One of these brokers said at some point, "Ronald, I’ve been looking at your life for a long time and you are always busy. You earn money, we know, but what is your goal?" I replied: "the only goal I have as an entrepreneur is to earn as much money as I possibly can" because the more money I have, the quicker I can retire, be free and of course have status, basically everything you want in this society. Or at least, that’s what I thought back then. So the broker said: "In that case, stop what you are doing now, stop with all those companies and just start dealing money, go into the financial world." And that is the beginning of that situation that is connected to your original question. The broker, had a place in the exchange market and he dealt in currencies, deposits, so trading in assets to make money out of differences in interest rates, and that involved the aforementioned asset management. Those three aspects together formed the interesting package I said yes to. He said: "All right, you can take my place here, I’ll train you, introduce you to the network, but in exchange I want 10% of your annual earnings." So he basically sold me his spot in the financial world and asked a 10% commission which I paid him. I said, "Yes, fine with me!" Then he replied: "There is one thing you need to know. If you can’t put your conscience in the proverbial freezer, and I don’t mean on -18 degrees, but on -100, then don’t get involved in this." Oops! That was the message, "you want a lot of money, you can obtain that, I can help you, but it comes at a great cost, because you cannot do this with a clear conscience." Well, I laughed at that, I was young and naive. From my youth, from the way I came into life; my far from ideal youth led me to develop a certain view of the world and humanity.
Interviewer: What do you mean by that? No warm, loving family?
Bernard: My mother always did the best she could to make us feel loved, but she was hampered by that due to the behaviour of the father, who caused us to feel more like we lived in a war zone with each other. That isn’t an exemplary situation to grow up in. As a child, growing up like that led me to believe that the world and humanity are far from great.
Interviewer: So putting your conscience in the freezer was fitting in as a starting point?
Bernard: I was, partially, already used to doing that out of self-preservation, so to put my conscience in the freezer was not an impossible task to me.
Interviewer: So it became a survival mechanism to you?
Bernard: Yes, yes. And my view of humanity and the world around me wasn’t exactly positive either. I only thought of myself, that’s the way I grew up to be out of self-preservation and I got into the deal. Which meant, that slowly, I build up a customer base. As I improved my skills within the network, I got deeper into the financial world, and then it turns out the world is really small, and you keep noticing that. Even when I was still working in import-export dealing in grain and such, you notice it is just a small circle. And if we talk about the hard core circle in the financial world, I don’t mean Miss Jean at the bank, but the big global flows of money which you use for trading.
Interviewer: You are talking about world wide cash flows, so not the Netherlands in particular where you started working?
Bernard: The Netherlands do play a distinct part in this story, but the world does not revolve around it. The Netherlands are part of a large global financial system in which you work through the exchange market if you want to do official transactions. And many banks who do the currency exchange get certain assignments from clients, which they can’t get away with easily. Then the need arises for people like me, who were the straw men where big money flows are involved. We used certain financial constructions, international legislation, to move the money in such a way making everything ‘OK.’ So all supervisors, regulatory bodies that are in place world wide, because they are… That no one wakes up seeing what is going on, like a year or two ago, with the scandal around Panama…
Interviewer: The Panama Papers.
Bernard: Yes then…
Interviewer: Tax evasion?
Bernard: I think, well that was about avoiding taxes, tax evasion is when you break all the rules. This had to do with avoiding. But when you see what happened there, I’m like, "guys that is old news, and who are you boring with that?" Because it is peanuts and hardly relevant. However, for the common people, that is great news, but it is not anything big. But it does show there is something very wrong in this world. For example, there are people in the Netherlands, with certain positions, who have bank accounts in Panama with legislation that allows them not to pay taxes in the Netherlands, which is still completely legal. Constructions like that were part of my job, when we had to change currency. We had changes, the first boycotts in Iraq early 90's, when there was a boycott in Iraq because of the war that started there. And we were confronted with what we called 'Iraqi-dollar' - Iraqi-dollars which were actually American dollars. The American dollar has a direct relation to the oil prices which made it a world trading currency backed up by oil. As long as that connection is in place, the dollar has value. Officially, the Iraqi people weren’t allowed to sell their oil due to the boycott. In theory, that is because never before was there such big business in oil, with discounts in this case, because officially it wasn’t allowed… so with discounts it still crossed the borders. Because the energy was always paid in dollars, these Iraqi-dollars had to go somewhere. You couldn’t just take them to the desk at the bank because all the regulations and checks did provide a certain protection, because money laundering and criminality wasn’t anything new back then. Now we call it terrorism, but that was then also the case. So then you need people to take the heat. As straw men you got invited to a bank in, for example, Germany, with basements full of trucks filled with money.
Bernard: And then you think, "Sure… trucks, transports, a busy company." Then they show you they are all filled to maximum capacity with dollars. And they tell you "We need to get rid of all this cash." So change them for Pounds, German Marks, this and that, in such way, and it needs to go there and there.
Interviewer: Are we now talking about money laundering? Or…
Bernard: Well, processing cash. Processing cash in such a way that we can legally reintroduce it into the money circuit.
Interviewer: So that was your task?
Bernard: That was an assignment my colleagues and I got.
Bernard: You are never alone on an assignment because you cannot do this on your own. It is not possible. We all know Scrooge McDuck scooping money with his shovel, well we literally had to do that over there. It was impossible to process all at once. So then you need to find a way. Cash used to be the predominant way of paying, whereas nowadays most is digital. But you tried to find a way to process the cash. How do you reintroduce the cash into the circuit so Iraq can deal in its oil without being hampered? Because they are the ones that own the money. Iraq doesn’t want to… Look, you mentioned money laundering, but what it was about the boycott, Iraq had to stick to the rules, and by, you know, everything you want to know about the world, you can know by following the money. That is the bottom line. Everyone can say "blah blah," but make sure you follow the money, then you’ll find the truth. Same goes for that situation. So the only thing Iraq and their buying partners wanted was to remain free of any accusations. Because the partners who bought it were the ones placing the boycott in the first place. But they are actually all friends on the same side. Everybody thinks there are opposites like good and bad guys in the world, but on the higher levels it is just a game and they are all working together. However, they do have to stick to the rules and regulations, which they themselves have created to keep the rest of society suppressed and make sure that it will not be too crowded at the top. So you have to play by your own rules. So that is what is going on there, is to make sure that nobody can trace you. Apart from the elite themselves, nobody in the lower ranks can find out what really happened.
Interviewer: Compartmentalized, that’s how we call it.
Interviewer: Everyone knows only his own little piece. Only the elite knows what is happening.
Bernard: Yes, but because we were doing the dirty work, we had to know a lot. Because we couldn’t afford to make any mistakes.
Interviewer: How high in the pyramid did you get? Were you close to the top of the pyramid?
Bernard: Well, we were communicating with them.
Bernard: My ego would have loved it to get to the position of belonging to the top itself. Nowadays we still talk about 8,000-8,500 people who run the entire world. It would have been amazing to get into such a position back then.
Interviewer: All right, but if we say the top knows 100%, can you estimate how much you knew and understood of what happened?
Bernard: In my work, I had to know 100% of what was going on. There was no other way, because the interests of the people involved were huge.
Interviewer: Especially for the top.
Bernard: Exactly. If I wouldn’t know all the details I would end up making mistakes. Which would cause a spin-off, because those mistakes would be detected. Then the people that don’t know anything about it would interfere. We are talking about having nerves of steel to function at this level.
Interviewer: So did you have nerves of steel?
Bernard: Yes, it worked just fine.
Interviewer: The freezer worked very well for you…
Bernard: Yes, I played at the highest level for about 5 years. And then it was totally over, out and done with. That was a very intense moment for me.
Interviewer: That happened suddenly, or was there a reason?
Bernard: Well, no, the thing is… I gave a small example of what was involved. So in this case, currency exchange. Dollar to something else, deposited in a safe manner, and managing assets well, so it could grow to rate of return, leading to reinvestments with the money. That is the level I played at in those 5 years, and that didn’t happen overnight, you need to earn your place. I am skilled at connecting the dots, information in order to achieve a full picture of all the things involved, that need to be taken into account within the playing field. Which is a very detailed process. You stand out when you are gifted in this. This is the reason I was trusted with the full 100% of the information where it concerned my jobs. So I didn’t know about everything they knew, but everything I needed to know regarding the case I was working with colleagues. I was often put in the leading role because I kept a good overview of the situation, and I was good at innovative thinking to solve the problem. I had fun, creating solutions in such a way to always stay ahead and outsmart them, staying within the rules of the game but playing around with them to make everything match up. I loved that game. However, on the other hand you had a great amount of responsibility and you learned more and more about the real world, since through the financial world you learn all of the actual truth.
Interviewer: So you say "all", in what regard?
Bernard: Well, your clients give you glimpses of how the world actually works. In hindsight, I still didn’t know everything, but I did know a lot, because my clients were banks who didn’t want blood on their hands. But within those banks there is always a number of people who know damn well what is going on. So like 1% within a bank knows the truth of the matter regarding the happenings within the world, which is not surprising considering they are involved in the flows of money. Those are your clients. You also have governments to deal with, multinationals, you have to deal with secret services, and what they now call terrorist organizations. You get all of those groups that are involved with the big money as clients, then you start seeing the connections. So they might be compartmentalized as you just mentioned, regarding knowledge, but because I am in the middle I see how they relate to another; you see the money coming from this place, then going to that place, etc. You keep gaining information and thereby overview of what is really going on.
Grace be with you all who have Jesus Christ as Master!
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