THE PURGE: Robert Geldtasche, Former Head of the Central Reserve Bank (CRB) & Camp David Conference Attendee
Excerpt from "COVIDsteria: An Oral History of America's Great Reset" - see https://covidsteria.substack.com/p/covidsteria-table-of-contents (NOTE: This post may be too long for some email providers).
Debated about in cocktail circles as either an American Talleyrand or an Alber Speer, Robert Geldtasche, the former head of the Central Reserve Bank (CRB), is the only publicly known senior-level survivor from Team Science. He is also the only person who can provide an eyewitness account of what happened at the Camp David conference.
I journeyed to the United States Bullion Depository, otherwise known as Fort Knox, to have a long chat with Robert about that now-notorious conference. As with Albert Speer and the monstrous crimes of the Nazis, he denied any direct role in Team Science's purges and what might have happened during them. He also seemed genuinely troubled about taking part in the conference where Team Science hashed out their final solutions.
Before the meeting, though, his legal representatives told me that any questions regarding what, if any, role he might have in the new Administration would be strictly off-limits. They also reminded me how Robert has fully cooperated with the new Administration and how the COVID Amnesty and Reconciliation Executive Order protects him from prosecution...
Winter had come early to Washington DC. The mood Inside the Beltway and within Team Science had turned decidedly gloomy with the temperature change. The national news media and social media had kept a lid on what was going on with all the deaths but only just barely. Wild rumors about everything from new COVIDsteria virus variants to problems with the vaccine were starting to swirl in private conversations even among the Inside the Beltway crowd.
The midterm primaries would start in a few months, and that only added to the gloom. By now, it was becoming increasingly clear that the former President would be heavily campaigning for anti-swabber candidates. Then he would likely be running for President again on an anti-swabbing ticket.
It was the norm for everyone Inside the Beltway not to care about what the public was thinking. The media and social media could be relied on to keep the people in check when their thinking got out of line. Those who were too vocal in opposing COVIDsteria anal swabbing had already been deplatformed from or shadow banned on social media.
But even though the leaders of the anti-swabbing movement had gotten silenced, no member of Team Science, or for that matter, no one living Inside the Beltway trusted public opinion polls anymore. Nobody knew for sure what the public was thinking, and there was a deep sense of foreboding that the country, once again, might be sailing into choppy uncharted waters.
Should something start to go wrong during the coming midterm election year, there was a good chance of a miscalculation as to how many votes we needed to add to the final tallies. If that were to happen, the anti-swabbers could win the midterms. And worst, the former President could find a way to become President again in two more years.
Then suddenly, I received an urgent message to attend a secret weekend conference at Camp David for a top-secret briefing. I could tell absolutely no one about the conference, not even my secretaries or my family members. I was also picked up and taken to the conference in an unmarked vehicle.
It was unusual as we only had secret Camp David conferences to discuss matters of grave importance facing the country. We also went there for private meetings when we did not want the media to get wind of what we might be meeting about and who might be attending.
I only knew who was there and an inkling of what this Camp David conference would be about when I entered the conference room and sat down. Aside from Dr. Sickle, who had the gravest look I had ever seen on the man, there were a couple of key Congressional leaders and all the key people who ran the country and whose names or faces would only be familiar to those deep Inside the Beltway. Attendees included the heads of all the alphabet soup of federal law enforcement agencies like the Federal Investigation Bureau (FIB) and key intelligence agencies. There were no attendees from the Joint Chiefs of Staff as Team Science still did not fully trust anyone in the military or with a military background who was not one of our political appointees.
I also was a little surprised to see a couple of social media executives like Clark Fickerberg there. Representatives from the fourth branch of the government typically were not invited to such high-level conferences…
Wait, there was nobody from the Joint Chiefs or the military, but Clark Fickerberg and other social media executives were there?
Yes. Remember, I said attendees were the people who ran the country and who could be trusted to keep secrets. Social media and big tech were very much the fourth branches of government at the time. And political appointees could all be trusted as they would have been thoroughly vetted politically by the FIB and the media.
However, the military was a different story. No one was sure if every single commissioned officer or those who had come up through the ranks of the officer corps were Team Science supporters. The military rank-and-file could not be trusted as most tended to be from flyover country.
Team Science needed the input of Clark Fickerberg and other social media executives like him. They would have a good sense of what was going on in the country. They were also helping the FIB keep tabs on any enemies among the public.
I was there strictly because I was in charge of the printing presses that would print, borrow, or quantitatively ease all the money needed for everyone else's plans.
Was the President there?
The President?!! [He laughs.]
By now, the President barely knew where he was or even who he was! They usually kept him safe in the White House basement where he could avoid falling and hurting himself. They would only bring him up to the Oval Office in an elevator to do occasional and carefully managed media photo ops.
When we needed his signature, someone would usually just bring all the papers he needed to sign down to the White House basement. And he would sign whatever piece of paper put in front of him!
What about the Vice President?
The Vice President! Nobody could stand to be in the same room with the Vice President!!! [He laughs again and rolls his eyes.]
Team Science usually kept the Vice President occupied with photoshoots for glossy fashion magazine covers and junkets as far away from the rest of us as possible! The Vice President could never be bothered to do any real work, heavy thinking, or be involved with whatever we were planning!
As I said, attendees at the meeting were all the important people who actually ran the country and could be fully trusted to keep secrets! Everyone else would receive their marching orders to play their parts in our drama. All that needed to be determined was the script and the storyline. [He smiles.]
Anyway, Dr. Sickle was the first person to speak at the conference. He immediately went into a lengthy discussion about the science and theories surrounding nDNA immune system theory and nDNA vaccines. Then Dr. Sickle droned on about MAGICal Happy Syringes, vaccine “backdoors,” adaptive or synthetic immune systems, auto-immune disorders, and antibody-dependent something-a-rather. Then he talked about something that sounded like cryonic storms, Myocard something-a-rather, and just on-and-on with the dry science and medical jargon.
Honestly, most of us did not have the foggiest notion of what the hell he said. Why all of these scientific or medical details mattered to those of us in the room was beyond me. [He frowns.]
Finally, the head of the FIB started to grow impatient and interrupted him by saying, “Can you cut all the science and medical gibberish and just give us a summary of what all of it means for us?” [He pauses for a moment and frowns again.]
What he was about to tell us, which I had taken detailed notes of, was frightening. It was the worst possible scenario for Team Science and the country: