In this report we will talk about the latest news regarding the economic collapse. The government is losing control over the Benghazi hearings, the Syria / Iran war is not going the way they want it to go. So they will need to move onto Plan “B”.
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According to the FED and the President the debt is no big deal, the economy is great and improving then why do we need a bill that says we need to pay China first when we default.Does this make any sense?
- The Republican-controlled United States House of Representatives approved a bill on Thursday that would require the government to begin paying back foreign nations before spending funds on domestic items.
- House Resolution 807, The Full Faith and Credit Act, mandates rules to go into effect should Congress fail to raise the country’s borrowing limit and the debt ceiling is reached.
- If signed into law, the bill would outline an order in which the US would be required to pay off its debts: first people on Social Security and holders of US bonds would be compensated, and then items like Medicare and military benefits would be dealt with.
- Because the government would have to settle up its debt with bond holders first, foreign nations — particularly China — would be the first to receive payment in theory. Opponents of the bill has thus labeled HR 807 the “Pay China First Act,” a moniker that House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) didn’t disagree with in an interview just days before it was passed.
- “Those who have loaned us money, like in any other proceeding, if you will, court proceeding, the bondholders usually get paid first. Same thing here,” Boehner told Bloomberg TV host Peter Cook on Tuesday.
- “Our goal here is to get ourselves on a sustainable path from a fiscal standpoint,” Boehner said. “I think doing a debt prioritization bill makes it clear to our bondholders that we’re going to meet our obligations.”
- But although a handful of Democrats in the House agreed to advance the bill, the largely left-leaning Senate is expected to shoot down the act when it arrives for discussion shortly. Additionally, the White House has warned that US President Barack Obama will veto the bill should it make it out of Congress and end up in the Oval Office.
- In a statement issued earlier this week, the White House wrote that the administration opposes HR 807 because it would result in Congress refusing to pay some obligations it has already agreed to, instead prioritizing payments in a way that won’t favor the American people.
- “American families do not get to choose which bills to pay and which ones not to pay, and the United States Congress cannot either without putting the Nation into default for the first time in its history,” the White House wrote. “This bill would threaten the full faith and credit of the United States, cost American jobs, hurt businesses of all sizes, and do damage to the economy.”
- Both the White House and Senate democrats have condemned the bill because national security and veteran benefits would be put on the backburner in lieu of compensating China, who held roughly 8 percent of the money borrowed by the US government as of last September.
It’s amazing each government has there own version of what is going on. All we know is that the U.S. and Central bankers need to get into Syria and Iran to turn those countries back to the dollar and setup central banks in each of the countries.
- Russia is not planning to supply Syria with any weapons beyond the current contracts that are nearing completion, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said. The news comes amid speculations that Moscow might sell S-300 air defense systems to Damascus.
- “Russia does not plan to sell,” Lavrov told reporters. He stressed that Russia has only been fulfilling contracts that have already been signed with Syria for defensive weapons.
- Earlier today, news crossed the wire that the Britsh Embassy was pulling all non-essential staff from its Libya embassy, with the release of this warning: “Given the security implications of the ongoing political uncertainty, the British Embassy is temporarily withdrawing a small number of staff, mainly those who work in support of Government Ministries which have been affected by recent developments.” Moments ago, perhaps in an attempt to avoid the humiliation suffer by Hillary Clinton and the Benghazi fiasco, Fox News reports that “The U.S. military has alerted two elite military units in Europe to be on standby if needed to respond to a deteriorating security situation in Tripoli.”
- In recent days both the U.S. embassy and British embassy in Libya have removed non-essential staff from their embassies.
- A specialized Marine unit based in Moron, Spain, is in the process of being repositioned closer to Libya; and in Stuttgart, Germany, a special operations force assigned to AFRICOM has been placed on heightened alert.
- Neither team has moved yet.
- “We are repositioning assets in the region that could respond if necessary,” a senior military official told Fox News Friday. “If the situation deteriorates (in Tripoli) we would be positioned to respond.”
- The positioning comes after a series of disturbing security developments. Protests broke out Sunday in the capital. The U.S., Britain and France — the coalition that overthrew Muammar Qaddafi — issued a joint warning Wednesday to the militias to observe the rule of law, amid concerns about rising tensions between armed rival factions. In Benghazi, there were two explosions at police stations.
- Does this mean that following stern Russian resistance to US-Israeli military overtures in Syria, that particular conflict zone is put on hiatus, and now the geopolitical focus will shift back to the Arabian Spring’s ground zero? At least there’s some oil that may be in need of re-liberation there.
Since it is not going well for the U.S. government backed forces, the Government and Central Bankers will need a new plan to push the war forward and gain the support of the American people. How can they accomplish this, they could plant small, bombs, nukes and blame it on Syria or Iran or they could use a cyber attack
- Calls for a war with Syria mounted yesterday, despite mass popular opposition to war in the United States, amid reports that US-backed Islamist opposition forces fighting the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have suffered serious reverses.
- Speaking on NBC News yesterday, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan pressed for Washington to take military action against Syria.
- He repeated unsubstantiated allegations that the Assad regime has used chemical weapons, which have been refuted by UN investigator Carla del Ponte, claiming, “It is clear the regime has used chemical weapons and missiles.” Claiming that a “red line” had been crossed, he said: “We want the United States to assume more responsibilities and take further steps. And what sort of steps they will take, we are going to talk about this.”
- Erdogan dismissed out of hand reports that chemical weapons used in Syria were in fact used by the US-backed opposition.
- He stressed that his government would support US imposition of a “no-fly zone” in Syria, which would involve destroying Syrian air defenses and shooting down any Syrian aircraft that took to the skies.
- The calls for war come amid reports of major setbacks in Syria for the US-backed opposition, reflecting its small size and lack of popular support, and growing military assistance from Russia, Iran, and Lebanon for the Assad regime.
- Tonight, the Missouri State House voted to send Governor Jay Nixon what could arguably be the strongest defense against federal gun control measures in American history. The vote was 116-38.
- HB436, introduced by Representative Doug Funderburk in February, was initially passed by the House in April by a vote of 115-42. Last week, the State Senate approved the bill with an amendment which did not change any of its nullification aspects. The vote there was 26-6. The bill then needed one final vote in the house which happened just before 10pm local time this evening.
- The votes in both the House and Senate are by a strong veto-proof majority. Local activist Matt Radcliffe acknowledged as much when he said, “Governor Nixon can do nothing and it will automatically become law July 1st. Or he can sign it into law. Or he can veto it then his veto will be overridden in the house and it will become law anyway!”
- As law, HB436 would nullify virtually every federal gun control measure on the books – or planned for the future. It reads, in part:
- All federal acts, laws, orders, rules, and regulations, whether past, present, or future, which infringe on the people’s right to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I, Section 23 of the Missouri Constitution shall be invalid in this state, shall not be recognized by this state, shall be specifically rejected by this state, and shall be considered null and void and of no effect in this state.
- A bill passed late last night (93-7 votes) that declares the entire United States of America a battleground. What this means is that the U.S. Military can now operate with impunity, and grant the U.S. Military the unchecked power to arrest, detain, interrogate, and even assassinate United States citizens with impunity.
- What this means is the United States is basically declaring war with itself. We need to shed light on this and make sure it does not become a law, otherwise we should just say good bye to the Bill of Rights and everything America used to stand for.
- From time to time, I have been highly annoyed with the school that my daughter attends. I have set up meetings with teachers, principals, and administrators. I have brought in paperwork and pleaded my case on a variety of topics. I have made scathing remarks. Once, I even had the utter audacity to argue a point with the principal with my daughter right there in the room, which is apparently a no-no because it “undermined the authority of the principal”.
- However, I haven’t yet gone on a rampage against which the police would need to come in and defend the school against me.
- They must do things differently in Puyallup, Washington.
- Did you catch that?
- “The idea was to test the response of police and firefighters to a situation that was right out of the news headlines.”
- What news headlines?
- I read a lot of news every day and these “angry parents” taking over a school at gunpoint, requiring SWAT intervention, somehow completely escaped my notice!
- Well, it must be true, because the police officer in charge said, “We’ve been dealing with this across the country for years.”
- Where? When?
- It’s very obvious what this actually is. It is desensitization training.
- verb \dē-ˈsen(t)-sə-ˌtīz\
- to make emotionally insensitive or callous; specifically: to extinguish an emotional response (as of fear, anxiety, or guilt) to stimuli that formerly induced it.
- So, by this definition, they want to make it easier for normally moral people to perpetuate an attack on a group of people that would ordinarily not be their targets. They don’t want these officers to have hesitation caused by anxiety or guilt before unloading on an “angry” mom or dad at a school.
- This is very similar to the recent scandal of the targets of gun owners that were supplied to the DHS in order to make it easier for them to fire upon everyday people. The targets included an elderly woman, an elderly man, a little boy, and a pregnant woman in a nursery.
- Community banks, which have largely dodged a recent wave of cyberattacks, must prepare for the next major online assault.
- Big banks are getting the most attention from hackers, but smaller institutions could also be susceptible, industry experts warn.
- “Smaller and midsize banks believe it won’t happen to them,” says Cara Camping, product manager of managed security services at SunGard Availability Services. “But attackers will go after them. Everyone’s vulnerable.”
- U.S. intelligence officials have also issued warnings about cyberattacks as assaults have crippled the online and mobile banking platforms at banks such as Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase and Regions Financial.
- The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has reached out to its banks to reinforce the need to stay vigilant, a spokeswoman says. At a recent meeting hosted by the Federal Reserve Board, a speaker said a cyberattack against smaller banks are inevitable, says Lowell Dansker, chairman and chief executive at Intervest Bancshares in New York.
- Many of the recent attacks have involved distributed denial of service, or DDoS, which flood a website with so much information that the bank can’t respond to legitimate requests. A study issued in December found that nearly two-thirds of respondents had experienced a DDoS attack in the last year.
- Hacktivists have claimed responsibility for many of attacks, which they characterize as a form of protest. But there are entities, such as organized criminal enterprises and foreign governments, that also target U.S. financial institutions, says Greg Bell, service leader for information protection at KPMG.
- Over the last five years, cybercriminals have moved from finding targets of opportunity — companies that lacked the proper security to thwart an attack — to specific victims. The latter strategy is more difficult to defend against, Bell says.
- “I hate to be a doomsayer, but you have to understand these guys are highly motivated and they only have to be right once,” Bell says. “We have to be right 100% of the time, so the odds are not in our favor.”
They are setting up something, they are warning us over and over to many times now. Now these attacks are linked to the Iranian government
- The U.S. government on Thursday warned of a heightened risk of a cyberattack that could disrupt the control systems of U.S. companies providing critical services such as electricity and water.
- Officials are highly concerned about “increasing hostility” against “U.S. critical infrastructure organizations,” according to the warning, which was released by the Department of Homeland Security on a computer network accessible only to authorized industry and government users. “Adversary intent extends beyond intellectual property theft to include the use of cyber to disrupt . . . control processes.”
- Senior U.S. officials have warned in recent months that foreign adversaries are probing computer systems that operate chemical, electric and water plants. But they are also increasingly concerned about the threat of a potentially destructive cyberattack.
- U.S. intelligence officials have said they think those attacks were linked to the Iranian government. Saudi Arabia and Qatar are allied with Western powers that have tightened economic and oil sanctions against Iran in an effort to slow Iran’s nuclear program.
- DHS officials did not provide details on the nature of the latest threat, but there has been renewed concern among government and industry officials about cyber-activity out of the Middle East, particularly Iran.
- “There have been oil and gas companies that have seen increased activity out of Iran – not just U.S. but overseas companies,” said one industry official who was not authorized to speak for the record.
1. The hearing isn’t going well so they need some type of distraction to switch the focus
2. The war with Syria is not going well, Syria is winning against the rebels, Russia is still backing Syria and the polls show that the American people don’t really care about Syria or Iran. So then they tried the Chemical weapon propaganda and this back fired when the UN said no it was the rebels are using them. Now the UK is trying to backup the U.S. saying it was Syria. So the chemical weapon tactic is in the toilet. The American people do not want to go to war with those two countries.
So what do they need to do. They need to get the people distracted and want war. So they need some type of false flag so they can blame it on Syria or Iran. Boston Bombing didn’t do it, it turned out to be a mess and the poll numbers did not improve with regards to Syria or Iran. So now they need something really, really big. Something so big they can declare martial law and get everyone to want war. We have had reports of small nukes around the country, we have seen what they can do with pressure cookers and black gun powder, we have had reports about the cyber attacks.
They are having a tough time because of Russia, they just can’t march in to Syria or Iran.