6.  Few organizations have been so publicly attacked and maligned as The Office of International Treasury Control (OITC), by intensive and extensive disinformation campaigns, gossip, innuendoes, and the likes. Much of this is expanded by public perception and failures in total understanding that is further fueled by “Levels of Secrecy” that are imposed upon OITC, ignorance, political influence, even fear, or similar issues.

All Governments are advised to stay with proper procedures and protocols and to conduct any undertaking for verification of the real existence of H.E. Dr. Ray C. Dam (International Treasury Controller), the OITC in compliance with such procedures and protocols, and to disregard internet gossip and reports, articles, or similar, to the contrary.

7.  Political Issues. The Office of International Treasury Control is a non-political organization whose objectives, as determined by the Nations of the World, embodied within numerous International Treaties, is to “Financially assist” the Nations of the World and its People for the betterment of all, in a balanced and sustainable manner, irrespective of the political or religious base of any country.

8.  Assets of the Combined International Collateral Accounts of the Global Debt Facility: These are held in the majority of Countries (Japan, United Kingdom, United States of America, China, Taiwan, Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia, Jordan, Singapore, France, Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Belgium, Norway, Caribbean Islands, Egypt, South Africa, Uruguay, Argentina, Italy, Russia, plus many more countries) throughout the World, in Central Bank Vaults, Commercial Banks, Bonded Warehouse Depositories, Military Establishments, and in such inhospitable places as in Sunken Ships on the Seabed, on the bed of large Reservoirs, Caves, Purposely dug Mountain Tunnels, Old Mines, Bunkers, and such places.

The actual Accounts (Ledgers) are held within the US Federal Reserve, The US Treasury, The Swiss National Bank, The Swiss Federal Finance Authority and the Bank for International Settlements.

Transfers of any Assets, are restricted to the International Central Bank System. Assets can rarely be transferred via the normal Commercial Banks, but it is possible depending on the International status of any specific Commercial Bank.
The Three (3) Pages of History only represent a small, but major and relevant parts, of the History.
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