The Wanta Files: How China Went High Speed Rail, Which Thieves Deny Americans



By Gordon Duff and Lee Wanta, Editors 

One of America’s biggest secrets, long proven, something that should be known to all, is that the greatest single source of wealth in the world is Ameritrust Corporation, established during the Reagan era.

Ameritrust and its founder, Lee Wanta, legally (US Supreme Court Ruling) control $37T in funds, enough to pay even Trump’s toilet paper bill.

The money is real, much of it has been diverted and stolen for years, leading to a battle that began with George H.W. Bush ordered the kidnapping and rendition of Ambassador Wanta and years of torture and imprisonment.

America’s future has been tied up for years.  Money enough to buy Google on a whim exists legally belongs in the hands it should belong in, for once.

If you don’t think there is a plan in place to put a stop to everything going on, you aren’t paying attention.  I mean EVERYTHING.

In a settlement agreement, Ameritrust has agreed to pay down the national debt, fund a massive veterans program overseen by VT, and build a national high speed rail system that will unite all of America.

The video above, which covers what China has done, will show what the Wanta plan would do for America when funds are finally released, as promised.  This is all totally real and would change America overnight.

The Wanta high speed rail system will change America forever, jobs, money, nearly free travel and, we all hope, renew belief by Americans in America’s future.


Author Details
Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.

Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than “several” countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.

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  1. In the Summer of 1998 I rode the old heavy passenger cars which were at that time reserved for “Overseas Chinese” ( the descendants of those displaced by the Revolution and other people with cultural and language ties to the mainland that the government encouraged to return and invest) and foreigners from Shanghai to Kaifeng City, Henan province. Later I rode the same trains from Kaifeng to Beijing. At the same time, the government was also building out American style super-highways for the reasons that President Eisenhower made them a priority after seeing how Nazi Germany utilized the Autobahn for to move men and material so efficiently.

    I preferred even the ancient slow trains to airlines. These highspeed lines would be very convenient. I often try to imagine how commuter railroads would fit into the Midwest USA economy around me. A hundred years earlier, passenger rail was convenient here, but since then property tax policies and the automobile dispersed the concentration of shopping and businesses from city centers. In 1999, I returned to Kansas City and tried to convince the promoters of “Light Rail”, the Million dollar a foot heavy industrial corridor urban rail systems to instead imitate the city’s original homegrown streetcar system modernized like the Verkehrs-Aktiengesellschaft Nürnberg’s pleasant trams sharing the streets with cars. I couldn’t steer them away from their Siemens’ donors then but more than a decade later we did eventually get a tram system started.

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