Things are getting out of control in preparation for the Jesuit takeover of the Vatican Bank in January 2020:

Yesterday, The Wall Street Journalrevealed that the Egmont Group, an elite global collective of more than 160 financial intelligence agencies, has severed the Vatican’s access to its web system, which members use to target money laundering, terrorism financing, and tax fraud.

The Vatican’s own watchdog group, the Financial Information Authority (AIF), remains a member of the Egmont Group, but it is blocked from Egmont’s information-sharing network until it can prove that it will not share criminal investigation data gleaned from other financial intelligence units without their permission.

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