Top Brexit official resigned, Boris Johnson resigned right after the top Brexit official. The Brexit is in trouble and it might not happen. China orders its news agencies not to use aggressive language against Trump. The Fed has really turned up the collapse plan. They are now predicting inflation is going to hit. The Fed has now removed its data, says the yield curve is not important and the MSM at the same time is pushing how the economy is getting worse and we will see a recession coming very soon. Trump freezes billions in Obamacare, this is after a court ruled he must do this. FBI and DOJ didn’t just redact documents they manipulated. Mueller’s 2nd in command colluded with reporters. It is now being reported that there individuals that know who murdered Seth Rich. Afghan forces and the US forces clean out the IS. Pompeo says all went well with NK. Iran says they will shut the Strait of Hormuz, which they can’t because it is an international water way. Anons have put together a timeline when everything is going to hit.
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Current News – 07.09.2018
- Brexit secretary David Davis resigns, citing exceptional weakness of PM Theresa May’s wish for “soft exit” that ties the UK to the EU
Following his late night resignation, Davis said it would not be “plausible” for him to carry on spearheading Brexit negotiations given his public concerns about May’s policy.
“In my view, this policy has got a number of weaknesses. I would be front and centre in delivering this policy, explaining it to the House, persuading the House it is right, and then going out and delivering it with the EU,” he told the BBC’s Today program on Monday morning.
- On July 6 the British government held a cabinet meeting at Chequers, . Following the meeting it published a paper (pdf) that took a weird position towards exiting the European Union. If it would be followed, Britain would practically end up with staying in the EU, accepting nearly all its regulations and court decisions, but without any say over what the EU decides. The paper was clearly written by the ‘Remain’ side. The two top Brexiters in May’s cabinet felt cheated and resigned. More are likely to follow.
- The majority of the British people who voted to leave the EU must feel duped.
- My hunch is that Prime Minister Theresa May was tasked with ‘running out the clock’ in negotiations with the EU. Then, shortly before the March 2019 date of a ‘hard Brexit’ would arrive without any agreement with the EU, the powers that be would launch a panic campaign to push the population into a new vote. That vote would end with a victory for the ‘Remain’ side. The UK would continue to be a member of the European Union.
- Beijing has directed state media to watch how they report on US President Donald Trump, mainland media sources said.
- “It’s been said that we should not use aggressive language for Trump,” said a SCMP source, who added that the edict called on media outlets not to make vulgar attacks on Trump to avoid “making this a war of insults”, similar to angry back and forth between Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un last summer.
- In an oddly demure move for China, even though local officials and state media have attacked the trade policies of the Trump administration, so far they have not laid blame on the US president or his officials, “a move seen as an attempt to avoid antagonising Trump and further complicating negotiations.”
- Trump has so far also avoided flinging insults directly at President Xi Jinping, instead reiterating in person and via Twitter that the two “will always be friends, no matter what happens with our dispute on trade”.
Very thankful for President Xi of China’s kind words on tariffs and automobile barriers…also, his enlightenment on intellectual property and technology transfers. We will make great progress together!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 10, 2018
- In a tweet in April, Trump even said he was “very thankful for President Xi of China’s kind words on tariffs and automobile barriers” and exclaimed that the two leaders “will make great progress together!”
- the New York Fed joined the Atlanta Fed in releasing its own measure to track underlying inflation called, simply, the Underlying Inflation Gauge. What is notable is that this latest inflation tracker shows prices behaving quite differently from traditional indexes this year.
- According to the UIG’s August measure, broad inflation came in at a red hot 3.27%, the highest since September 2005. That compares with just 2.8% annual inflation according to the Labor Department’s CPI and an even more modest 2.0% as measured by the preferred PCE gauge of Fed policy makers.
- warning inflation is coming, the new guage shows that a spike of inflation will hit in the next couple of months, and from its current level, is set to rise as high as 2.8%, matching the highest print since 2006 when the Fed Funds rate was around 5%,
- The Trump administration halted billions of dollars in payments to health insurers after the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the agency that administers programs under Obamacare, it was freezing payments to insurers that cover sicker patients, saying a federal court ruling ties its hands. The move brought a sharp response from health insurers warning of market disruptions and even higher costs.
- the CMS said the move was necessary because of a February ruling by a federal court in New Mexico, which found that the federal government was using an inaccurate formula for allocating the payments; it added that the trial court in New Mexico “prevents CMS from making further collections or payments under the risk adjustment program, including amounts for the 2017 benefit year, until the litigation is resolved.”
Timeline of Key Events
March 23, 2010 – The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is signed into law by President Obama.
March 11, 2013 – CMS finalizes a risk adjustment methodology for States where HHS operates the program that includes the use of the statewide average premium in order to maintain a budget neutral program.
July 29, 2016 – New Mexico Health Connections files a complaint in U.S. District Court in New Mexico arguing, among other points, that CMS’s use of the statewide average premium was arbitrary and capricious. Minuteman Health, Inc. files a similar complaint in U.S. District Court in Massachusetts the same day.
January 30, 2018 – The US District Court for the District of Massachusetts rules for CMS, finding that CMS acted within its authority in promulgating the HHS-operated risk adjustment methodology based on the statewide average premium.
February 28, 2018 – The US District Court for the District of New Mexico issues a decision invalidating CMS’s use of the statewide average premium in the risk adjustment transfer formula for the 2014-2018 benefit years, pending further explanation of CMS’s reasons for operating the risk adjustment program in a budget neutral manner in those years. Following this decision, CMS files a motion for reconsideration.
June 21, 2018 – A hearing is held on CMS’s motion for reconsideration.
- Over the past few years the DOJ and FBI redacted documents in the name of national security but their real reason was later uncovered as an effort to hide their crimes. They also will not allow Congress to obtain copies of records and instead only allow Congress to review documents maintained at an FBI or DOJ location. Now this too is catching up to them as their efforts to swap documents or create two versions of documents are being uncovered.
- During the recent Hearing in front of Congress some excellent questions were asked of corrupt Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein by Representative Matt Gaetz from Florida –
- The problem with the FISA memo , it appears that there were two different FISA memo’s that were presented by the FBI. One memo is the one that was presented to the FISA court and signed by corrupt DAG Rosenstein. The other memo is the one that the members of Congress were allowed to see. Apparently, either the documents were illegally duplicated or Rod Rosenstein is lying – both which are crimes.
- In addition, we are now seeing a pattern like the redacting of documents by the FBI to cover up FBI and DOJ crimes. The FBI and DOJ will not provide Congress with copies of documents. They say they are doing this again for national security, but this is clearly not the case. The reason that the FBI and DOJ will not hand over copies of documents is because this way they can change or alter documents provided to different sources to hide their crimes.
- Documents released Friday by the Department of Justice confirm that a DOJ attorney known as Robert Mueller’s “pit bull” arranged an April 11, 2017 meeting with journalists to discuss their investigation into Paul Manafort in which information may have been leaked back and forth concerning the case.
- According to memos written by FBI agents, Special Counsel attorney Andrew Weissmann, Mueller’s #2 (who donated $6,600 to the DNC, Obama and Clinton campaigns and reportedly attended a Clinton election night party in NYC), arranged a meeting between DOJ/FBI officials and four reporters from the Associated Press – who told the FBI about a storage locker owned by Manafort and then gave the FBI a passcode to access it.
The memos also show that one of the AP journalists gave the FBI an unusual detail about a storage unit in Alexandria, Virginia that Manafort used to keep records of his worldwide business dealings. Both memos say the AP revealed a code number to access the unit, although one memo says the reporters declined to share the unit number of the locker or its street address. –Politico
- Manafort’s attorneys received the documents on June 29 and revealed them in a Virginia federal court filing as part of a push for a hearing into possible leaks of sealed grand jury information, false reports and potentially classified materials.
- “The meeting raises serious concerns about whether a violation of grand jury secrecy occurred,” wrote Manafort attorney Kevin Downing in a motion requesting the hearing. “Based on the FBI’s own notes of the meeting, it is beyond question that a hearing is warranted.”
- One of the memos written by FBI Supervisory Special Agent Karen Greenaway reveals “The meeting was arranged by Andrew Weissmann,” who goes on to note that Weissmann provided guidance to the reporters.
- While the Podesta group and Paul Manafort both failed to file paperwork related to the Pro-Russia Centre for a Modern Ukraine, retroactive disclosures filed by the Podesta group on August 17 revealed dozens of previously unreported communications with high level democrat officials related to the lobbying campaign – including Hillary Clinton’s State Department and the office of former Vice President Joe Biden.
- The Washington, D.C. lobbyist who has been on the hunt for Seth Rich’s killer found a “credible” witness who will identify the two men he believes murdered the DNC staffer.
- Jack Burkman, a Washington-based attorney and lobbyist who has worked with a private investigative team to solve the Seth Rich murder mystery, told The Gateway Pundit that the witness has conclusive evidence that will bring Rich’s killers to justice within a month.
- “We believe that we have reached the beginning of the end of the Seth Rich murder investigation,” Burkman said “After two long hard years of work, we have a witness who is prepared to identify the two killers of Seth Rich. One is reportedly a current DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) agent, the other is reportedly a current ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives) agent,” Jack Burkman, told TGP in an exclusive interview.
- The witness, who “fears for his life,” has worked in government, will be accompanied by armed guards and disguise his identity as he provides details of how two employees of the United States government killed Seth in a press conference slated for Tuesday.
- Retired Detective Sergeant NYPD, Frank Whalen, who served as the head of NYPD Homicide for 23 years, found the witness, Burkman explained.
- “We found him through working with a retired New York City detective, who found him and brought him to us. We have thoroughly vetted this witness and we believe in this witness,” Burkman said. “He has evidence that substantiates his claims but it will be revealed slowly. This witness is in great fear of his life – that’s why we are going with disguising him, disguising his voice and everything about him.”
- An ongoing US and Afghan military offensive against ISIS in the Nangarhar Province is coming to an end soon. Officials say that the target, the border area of Deh Bala, will be totally “cleared” in the operation.
- Pompeo brushed off North Korea’s statement, insisting that Kim Jong Un hasn’t backed off a commitment to give up his nuclear weapons.
- “I was there for the event, I know actually what precisely took place,” Pompeo told reporters in Tokyo Sunday, after traveling there to meet with Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha after two days of talks with a top aide to Kim in Pyongyang. “When we spoke to them about the scope of denuclearization, they did not push back,” said Pompeo, adding “North Korea reaffirmed its commitment to complete denuclearization.”
- North Korea also reinforced earlier promises “to destroy its missile engine test site,” sad Pompeo, while the officials in Tokyo discussed the what full denuclearization entails – adding “There will be a verification connected to the complete denuclearization.”
- French shipping company CMA CGM, one of the world’s largest cargo shipping companies, recently announced that it will stop doing business with Iran out of fear of becoming embroiled in US sanctions against the nation.
- “Due to the Trump administration, we have decided to end our service for Iran,”
- On Tuesday, July 3, President Hassan Rouhani implicitly threatened to close the strategic Strait of Hormuz and prevent countries from exporting their oil through it if Iran was not allowed to sell its own oil due to US sanctions. Shortly after, the Islamic Republic’s military officials explicitly supported this threat.
- The Strait of Hormuz is an international waterway, with Iran on its north and Oman to its south. At its narrowest point, it is only 50 kilometers wide.
- An Illegal Act
- If Iran is serious about closing the strait, is the move legal under international law? The simple answer to this question is no.
- Based on the international laws of the sea or the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea [PDF], Hormuz is an “international strait” because it is the only gateway between the Persian Gulf and the open sea. In all such straits, all ships have the right of transit and the countries adjacent to the strait must not deny this right of transit and must inform all relevant officials about any danger that might threaten the vessels or planes that travel through the strait. Under international laws and conventions, the right of transit cannot be suspended.
- Iranian parliament has not approved the 1982 UN convention, but the Iranian government has signed it and so is thus committed to avoid any action that would violate the convention. However, at the time that Iran signed the convention it announced that it would only recognize the “right of transit passage” for countries that had also joined the convention.
- Conflicting Interpretations
- The United States is not a signatory to the UN convention, and, based on what the government of Iran declared at the time of signing it, Iran does not recognize the “right of transit passage” for the US. However, the US has a different interpretation of the convention and says that the right is now part of the “common law” of international navigation and all countries, including Iran, must abide by it.
- So, based on international law, Iran cannot block access to the Persian Gulf through the Strait of Hormuz and suspend or close down the freedom of commerce in those waters.
- However, these regulations refer to times of peace. During times of war, other regulations come into effect. If either Iran or Oman is engaged in a war, they have the right to control traffic through the strait and inspect commercial vessels — but even then they cannot block the strait or suspend the “right of transit passage.”
- While tragic, the death of Stickley also comes at a time where it cannot be simply dismissed as coincidence.
- Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) has come under attack this week after grilling Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Those attacks have grown louder in the past couple of days and now news has broken that his 21-year-old nephew has been killed in car crash.
- Eli Stickley, who was a University of Wisconsin wrestler and a former state high school champion in Ohio in 2014, died in a car crash on Thursday evening in Illinois.
- “Stickley’s uncle, Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio, won two national championships at Wisconsin and was a three-time All-American — and remains the school’s all-time wins leader. Jordan’s son, Isaac, wrapped up his own All-American career in 2017 wrestling alongside cousin Stickley.”
- Following his death, the UW wrestling team posted a statement on the team’s Facebook page:
- “Our hearts are heavy today. The entire Badger Athletics family extends its most heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of junior Eli Stickley, a student-athlete with our wrestling team, who passed away last night. Our thoughts and prayers are with Eli’s family, friends, teammates and coaches.”
- Jordan seems to have come under attack after pressing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein over Rosenstein’s refusal to turn over political sensitive documents on Robert Mueller’s investigation.
- tentative timeline for what to expect in the coming months:
I think the unsealing of indictments is going to begin happening much sooner than he thinks. He puts it in September. I’m thinking late July/Early August – at the very least in order to prevent more false flag school shootings. The entire point of waiting this long was to get those kids out of schools and in the relative safety of their homes. Many schools around the nation start back in late August. You’re not going to make them targets again by drawing this whole process out that long.
I don’t think Qteam is going to hesitate here, especially because Q has already said they’ve moved up the time table, and President Trump has already decided to start the attack. I know we’re used to having to wait, and the suspense of it all, climbing up this “mountain” together. But there’s a tipping point just ahead, and it’s all downhill afterwards.