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Benjamin Fulford Update - February 10th~The countdown begins

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The countdown begins, Secretary of Skull and Bones Kerry goes on begging mission

The families that own the Federal Reserve Board missed making gold payments due on January 31st so they now have to scramble to find gold before February 27th or face the bankruptcy of their United States of America Corporation. That is why Secretary of Skull and Bones John Kerry is off this week to beg for gold from the United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, South Korea and China. The cover story about the US Congress having to raise the debt ceiling in order to avoid government bankruptcy is only fooling a steadily shrinking group of the brainwashed living dead.

Bitcoin plunges 20% on big Japan-based exchange as withdrawals halted

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By:, 02/07/2014

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The value of the bitcoin cryptocurrency has dropped below $690 per unit on one of the world’s biggest exchanges Mt. Gox, after the Japanese trader temporarily stopped withdrawals to fix technical problems. "In our efforts to resolve the issue being encountered by various bitcoin withdrawals, it was determined that the increase in the flow of withdrawal requests has hindered our efforts on a technical level. To understand the issue thoroughly, the system needs to be in a static state," according to a statement released Friday, February 7.


“In order for our team to resolve the withdrawal issue it is necessary for a temporarily pause on all withdrawal requests to obtain a clear technical view of the current processes,” the MT Gox team said, promising to provide an update for their customers on Monday, February 10. Friday’s plunge is more evidence of bitcoin volatility. Its value went above $1,000 in January and fell to below $690 on Friday's announcement, recovering to $730 in about an hour.


Global Weakness Threatens Japan Recovery

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By: Takashi Nakamichi, 02/04/2014

TOKYO—The sharp drop in Japanese stocks underscores a vulnerability of the "Abenomics" recovery: Weakness in overseas economies may undermine the success of measures to jump-start growth at home. "Economies are all connected, and we're really worried about how far the impact will reach" from the recent emerging-market turbulence, Toyoaki Nakamura, chief financial officer of Hitachi Ltd. 6501.TO -1.43% , said Tuesday, even as the electronics giant raised its earnings forecast for the fiscal year ending next month, predicting a record profit. Much of the boom engineered by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in 2013 was driven by a big expansion in monetary stimulus from his handpicked Bank of Japan governor, which pushed down the value of the yen against the dollar and other major currencies.


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VIDEO: Fed Stimulus Boosts Fortunes of Wall Street, Leaves Main Street Behind: Baker

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Breakout, By: Matt Nesto, 11/06/2013

You've likely seen it a thousand times before. "My parents went to wherever and all I got was this lousy T-shirt." As clichéd as this slogan may be, it's a characterization that many feel applies perfectly to the Fed, which has spent trillions of dollars restoring Wall Street to pre-crisis levels while doing almost nothing to improve the standing of 95% of the population that resides on Main Street.


"Main Street is a long way from back," says Simon Baker, the CEO of Baker Ave. Asset Management, in the attached video. "If the question is, 'Is Main Street happy?' I don't think so," Baker protests. He refers to the Fed's ongoing stimulus efforts as "a massive, $3.7 trillion redistribution of wealth" that has only benefited banks and financial firms, as well as the wealthiest 5% of the country that holds real assets such as stocks and real estate. "They're the ones benefiting," he says, "not Main Street."


Ben Fulford ~ This Halloween Will Haunt The Cabalists For A Long Time

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There have been many big moves made against the cabal in the past week and more coming this week, according to multiple sources. In Japan, there have been a series of late night battles that have left a group of North Korean gangsters taking orders from Japan Mossad Chief Michael Green, and rogue CIA run by Kenneth Curtis, on the Run. As a result, Green and Curtis are in a state of deep fear, according to Japanese right wingers who claim to have been involved in the struggle. Ongoing lawsuits against the recent rigged elections in Japan are also keeping them awake at night.

In a related development, mass murderer Benjamin Netanyahu announced to the Israeli press last week that he was going to visit the Pope but the Pope refused to meet him, resulting in a major loss of face. Bush Jr. and Tony Blair both visited the previous pope Maledict to ask for protection from war crimes tribunals after leaving office. They were given that protection in exchange for converting to Catholicism. It seems the new Vatican regime is no longer in the business of sheltering war criminals from justice. That means Netanyahu does not have protection from the P2 brass and is thus probably doomed.

As this newsletter was going to press a P2 Freemason source called to say that P2 honcho Marco di Mauro had just been arrested and that a hunt was on for his associates.

Kenneth Waltz, Foreign-Relations Expert, Dies at 88

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Kenneth Waltz, Foreign-Relations Expert, Dies at 88 - Douglas Martin

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Kenneth N. Waltz, a pre-eminent thinker on international relations who was known for his contrarian, debate-provoking ideas, not least his view that stability in the Middle East might be better served if Iran had a nuclear weapon, died on May 12 in Manhattan. He was 88.

The cause was complications from pneumonia, said Columbia University, where Mr. Waltz was a senior research scholar.

“We Are Ready to Move Forward” – Malaysian Youth Crossing Racial Lines

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Emerging Trend: Young Malaysians are voting across racial lines and this is a sign of unity, National Unity and Integration Department director-general Datuk Azman Amin Hassan tells Tan Choe Choe.


Question: What prompted you to call on politicians and the media to stop inciting racial tension on May 13?


Answer: After GE13 (the 13th General Election), some people were taken aback and started this blame game, even though Barisan Nasional won with a simple majority. There was unhappiness expressed against the Chinese and all that. This is bad for the nation.


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Gold, Share Price Drop Baffles Investors

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By Greg Roberts, The Age- April 16, 2013


Australian investors were left confused after $7 billion was wiped off the value of the sharemarket, taking the losses in two days to more than $22 billion.

The price of gold, normally considered a save-haven investment, is bucking normal behaviour by tumbling at record levels as sharemarkets also fall.

Events in the world’s two largest economies, the US and China, were cited as being responsible for the ASX’s woes.

US markets plunged by two per cent overnight amid worries about an end to monetary stimulus being discussed, along with the fatal bombing at the Boston Marathon.

Australia’s 0.46 per fall wasn’t as bad but that followed a 0.91 per cent hit on Monday.

Australia’s largest trading partner, China, reported weaker than hoped for economic growth so far this year.

Investors believed the US economy will suffer if it stops pumping money into the economy and are “pricing that future” now, according to CMC Markets chief market strategist Michael McCarthy.


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