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War / North Korean War strategic analysis...
« Last post by SicSemperTyrannis on Today at 07:00:56 PM »
With a 4th boat "accidentally" struck today (the USS John McCain) it appears the Chinese have successfully learned to spoof encrypted military GPS to the 7th fleet causing them to think they are in a different location than they actually are. If they can do this to ships, they can do it to jets and missiles?

I came across this analysis about possible war with North Korea and it is frightening to read how close we came to a nuclear exchange with Russia in 1983.

Published on 17 Aug 2017 by Crrow777 - full podcast at:

Animal Farm, Brave New World & 1984 were all written for a reason in my view. They are pre-echoes of the coming times and also a blueprint of the methods being used. These books probably also serve as a warning seeking tacit permission from those who do not take action. Orwellian times are here now. What say you?
General News/Discussion / Re: Heroin in Afghanistan used to fund black ops
« Last post by Nym Net on August 17, 2017, 09:08:16 PM »

Nice one. Maybe now my father will believe me.

Published on 5 August 2017 by Adapt 2030

I recently found a Cherry Ripe at my local Coles Supermarket that was dated to expire in 2015. Have to wonder how that was even still in circulation. Both Cadbury and Nestle chocolates are down to 85c a few days a week, then up to 2 for $3 on other days. Prices on packaged goods are dropping rapidly. Not that I buy many, but items like biscuits (cookies) were 2 for $5 across many brands along the aisle when I was there yesterday (Sunday 6th August). Beef is at $13.00 per kilo. 0.542grams of offcuts for the dog cost $7.05. My dog pretty much lives on these offcuts, usually getting no less than 0.400grs daily, so it's starting to add up over the week. Red grapes from the U.S. were at $7.00 a kilo.
Australian government to track $100 notes with nano-chips as cashless society looms

9 July 2017

The Australian government plans to crack down on the ‘black economy’ by implanting $100 and $50 notes with hi-tech nano-chips so they can be surveilled.

No this isn’t a futuristic Hollywood movie, this is Australia in 2017.

With around 300 million $100 notes in circulation carrying out such a task seems almost impossible to derive any value, let alone a waste of time and tax payer money.

Especially at a time when Australia’s household debt-to-income is at an all time high.

Nevertheless Michael Andrew, the man appointed by the Federal government to lead the ‘Black Economy Taskforce’ at the end of 2016 believes tracking the currency denomination is the best solution in stopping unwanted transactions from taking place and people avoiding paying tax.

According to the The Treasury the black economy:

“…refers to people who operate entirely outside the tax and regulatory system or who are known to the authorities but do not correctly report their tax obligations.”

That sounds good and well until we read on to find out who these people targeted by the agency actually are and how they seem to think $100 note is to blame.

Mr Andrew claims that the $100 note should be tracked with nanotechnology due to:

    Australian pensioners hoarding money under their bed to escape asset tests.
    Chinese citizens taking Australian $100 notes back to China because it is apparently more trusted than the internationally superior Yuan.

This government created Black Economy Taskforce wants us to believe that Grandma is hoarding hundreds of thousands of dollars under her mattress in stacks of $100 notes.


By HowISee The World3
See it, share it, mirror it before it's removed. This is Robin's third channel. Many truther channels and even the gematria sports rigging blog of Zach Hubbarb were taken down by G monster over the weekend.
General News/Discussion / Update: The 440Hz Vs 432Hz Dilema In Music.
« Last post by Nym Net on June 30, 2017, 07:05:04 PM »
Posted by Crrow777 on 29 June 2017 - a follow-on from the original video posted.

Modern music seeks to lower the minds of all of us. This may seem a bold statement but it is none the less true. Music started to be weaponized in the 30’s when orchestral A was changed to the 440 Hz tuning. What followed was the declaration of war on the young generation of the 60’s. A war that was so successful we all live in the construct that followed. LSD anyone? The Beatles and the Grateful Dead said it was OK. And by the way cocaine is not addictive so let’s get high and listen to Disco.
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