The Deep State Is All In Now, Be Prepared The Next Event Is On The Way – Episode 1500

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Global trade wars have begun. Tariffs are being considered, Trump will make the decision by April 11. The last time the American public was so confident the stock market crashed. This is when the central bankers make their move, when everyone feels good and the illusion takes hold they bring the whole thing down. China is ready and prepared to go live with their petro yuan futures. This is to challenge the petro dollar. Is this the end of the petro dollar, yes but it has nothing to do with the petro yuan. Be prepared the central bankers are getting ready to bring down the economy. Special counsel Mueller pushes forward 13 indictments against the Russians, the only problems it is one big nothing burger. Judicial Watch founder says that Obama had the dossier, why wasn’t he questioned. The US confirms that there will be no attack on NK. Russia is now in control of Syria’s oil production. The Kurds are allowing the Syrian army in the Afrin area which will be a problem for the deep state. This was the plan from the beginning. The push is on to distract, to push gun control and make sure everyone is looking at the new while the push all the fake news in front of the public. This event will not be enough to distract, the indictments against Russians will not be enough because there is nothing there. Get ready for event number 2.

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Current News – 02.16.2018


  • Update 3:“[T]he opening shot in a trade war… a declaration of war against the world on aluminum and steel… These are some of our closest treaty allies… These are some serious numbers.”
  • And another quote from a trade expert: “This would be beyond a trade war. You’re talking about blowing up the WTO.”
  • As the Commerce Dept’s press release adds:

the reports are currently under consideration by the President, and no final decisions have been made with regard to their contents. The President may take a range of actions, or no action, based on the analysis and recommendations provided in the reports. Action could include making modifications to the courses of action proposed, such as adjusting percentages.

  • The President is required to make a decision on the steel recommendations by April 11, 2018, and on the aluminum recommendations by April 19, 2018.
  • On steel the options include: a global tariff of at least 24% on all steel imports from all nations; tariff of at least 53% on all steel imports from 12 nations with a quota by product for all steel products from all countries equal to 100% of their 2017 exports to U.S.; quota on all steel products from all nations equal to 63% of 2017 exports
  • On aluminum the options include: tariff of at least 7.7% on all aluminum exports from all countries; 23.6% tariff on all products from key nations; quota on all imports from countries equal to maximum of 86.7% of 2017 exports



  • And the last time Americans were this confident of “retiring comfortably”, markets crashed…


    • China will list local-currency crude futures in Shanghai on March 26, according to the nation’s securities regulator.
    • While some details of the contract such as the size (1,000 barrels per lot) and grades have been released, other information like the delivery depots for the crude are yet to be announced.
    • China surpassed the U.S. as the world’s biggest oil importer last year, buying about 8.43 million barrels a day to feed demand from government-run as well as independent refiners.


  • If the futures are embraced by overseas investors and become a benchmark for global oil transactions, China’s hoping the yuan could challenge the dominance of the greenback in international trade.

“It will be just a baby step ­towards gaining pricing power in crude oil,” s

  • As Pepe Escobar recently noted, ‘to overcome the excessive domination of the limited number of reserve currencies’ is the politest way of stating what the BRICS have been discussing for years now; how to bypass the US dollar, as well as the petrodollar.
  •  . This means that Russia – as well as Iran, the other key node of Eurasia integration may bypass US sanctions by trading energy in their own currencies, or in yuan. Inbuilt in the move is a true Chinese win-win; the yuan – according to some – will be fully convertible into gold on both the Shanghai and Hong Kong exchanges.
  • The new triad of oil, yuan and gold is actually a win-win-win. No problem at all if energy providers prefer to be paid in physical gold instead of yuan. The key message is the US dollar being bypassed.
  • However, not everyone is so sure of the petroyuan contracts’ game-changer-ness, as MishTalk’s Mike Shedlock suggests, it is meaningless what oil is priced in. It makes no difference, outside of something illiquid like Yap Island stones, what any commodity is priced in. Conversion is instantaneous. But even Mish is not positive on the survival of the petrodollar:

Is this end of the petro-dollar in the Mideast? Actually, yes. But the Yuan has nothing to do with it.

If the US no longer runs trade deficits with the Mideast, they no longer need to accumulate US dollar reserves.

China is now the biggest importer of crude in the world. If China starts running perpetual trade deficits with OPEC countries, it makes sense for OPEC to hold Yuan reserves as long as the OPEC countries trust the yuan.




  • In a surprising development from Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Reuters is reporting that Mueller and his team have successfully secured a grand jury indictment against 13 Russians who allegedly tried to illegally influence the 2016 US presidential election… 
  • Here are the names of the indicted…


Robert Mueller charges Russian ‘troll farm’ with election interference

  • Twelve of the defendants were allegedly employed by the Internet Research Agency, a “troll farm” funded by the Russian government for disinformation efforts. “Defendants, posing as US persons and creating false US personas, operated social media pages and groups designed to attract US audiences,” the indictment reads. “They engaged in operations primarily intended to communicate derogatory information about Hillary Clinton, to denigrate other candidates such as Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, and to support Bernie Sanders and then-candidate Donald Trump.”
  •   the punchline,which appears to have absolved the Trump administration of the collusion narrative that has dominated for over a year, was the following statement from the deputy AG:“There is no allegation in this indictment that any American was a knowing participant in this illegal activity. There is no allegation in the indictment that the [Russians’] conduct altered the outcome of the 2016 election.”c:
  • To summarize: in 2014, 13 Russians launched a campaign to interfere with the US political system by “disparaging” candidates. This continued until ultimately Trump was elected, meanwhile,there is no allegation in this indictment that any American was a knowing participant in this illegal activity. There is no allegation in the indictment that the [Russians’] conduct altered the outcome of the 2016 election.”
  • talk about a nothingburger.
    Three defendants are charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud.

    Five defendants are charged with aggravated identity theft.

    How many millions of dollars has it cost us to discover this huge Russian crimewave?

    This was is the big reveal


  •   Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton remarked that the fabricated dossier “is central to the Russian collussion theory” and that there are reports now that President Barack Obama “was given the dossier.”
  • Now we need to ask, said Fitton, “What did he [Obama] know and why hasn’t he been questioned about it?”
  • Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton said, “We sued for them, and there are these is dueling memos. Democrats will have their memo eventually come out. Why is it we’re relying on this summary document? Let’s get the underlying information. I know Nunes has asked for it. We’ve sued in court for it.
  • “I told the White House that they should take this approach of extreme transparency on Russia-gate. It does nothing to protect the president from this illicit activity against him and it protects people like Barack Obama and Justice Department and FBI that was misused to target President Trump.”


Officials: US Doesn’t Plan ‘Bloody Nose’ Strike on North Korea

  • Ambassador Susan Thornton, a top US diplomat for Asia, has reported on Thursday that the Trump Administration has no strategy to carry out the long speculated “bloody nose” attack on North Korea.
  •  Thornton, other officials confirmed they’d been told by the White House that no such strategy actually exists, and while the administration is determined to force denuclearize on North Korea, there’s no a specific plan in place for such a preemptive attack.


Russia will have exclusive rights to produce oil and gas in Syria

  • Russia is taking over Syria’s oil and gas.
  • The keys to Syria’s oil and gas rights now appear to be going to Russia…the country that was invited, under international law, by the internationally recognized government of Syria, to fight ISIS.   


  • The Syrian government is reportedly set to deploy troops to the northern district of Afrin, which has been the target of a month-long Turkish offensive, as part of an agreement with the Kurdish militants operating there. 


Cyber Attacks

  • In the latest revelation about the Society for Worldwide Interbank Telecommunication’s vulnerability to hackers – who’ve stolen tens of millions of dollars from banks and central banks mostly by stealing the special private keys used to sign off on transactions – Russian authorities revealed that hackers had made off with about 340 million rubles ($6 million) during an attack carried out last year, a
  • While that’s not the largest sum ever stolen by infiltrating SWIFT (indeed it pales in comparison to the more than $80 million stolen from the Bank of Bangladesh’s reserve account at the New York Fed back in 2016)
  • Wait, tell us again about how insecure bitcoin is?


False Flags

  •  The suspected shooter is believed to be mildly autistic, and was receiving treatment at a nearby clinic, but had not been back in a year. Cruz told police that he had heard voices in his head telling him to shoot up the school. He described these voices as demons, his legal team said.
  • Meanwhile, it also emerged that police were called to Nikolas Cruz’s family’s Parkland home 39 times since 2010, according to police records
  • The sheriff’s office received a range of emergency calls that included: ‘mentally ill person,’ ‘child/elderly abuse,’ ‘domestic disturbance,’ ‘missing person,’ and several others.
  •  He sometimes pointed the gun toward their window, the man said. In the photo he can be seen wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, according to CNN



More MSM Fake News: No, there have not been 18 school shootings so far in 2018

  •  , the media has been trying to convince you that these types of shootings where there are mass casualties are happening every day.It all began on Wednesday when reporting on the developments at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, MSNBC host Brian Williams said that this was the 12th school shooting of 2018.Ever since then, the talking point was corrected in that there were actually 18 school shootings in 45 days. And many in both the media and politics have used it as a rallying cry to make some legislative push to impose new restrictions on guns.The problem is that it’s not accurate. There haven’t been 18 of what we would refer to as “school shootings” in 2018. The media is  deliberately moving the goalposts and widening the definition of what constitutes a school shooting.Of the 18 school shootings as listed by the pro-gun control group, Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, here’s what actually happened in each of these cases:

1) A man committed suicide using a gun in an elementary school parking lot when the school was closed and there were no children present in Clinton County, Mich., on Jan. 3.

2) Shots were fired at New Start High School near Burien, Wash., on Jan. 4. No one was hurt or injured, and no suspects were apprehended.

3) A 32-year-old man shot a pellet gun at a school bus, shattering a window, in Forest City, Iowa, on Jan. 6. No injuries were reported, and the suspect was apprehended.

4) A Grayson College student confused a real gun with a training gun and accidentally fired a bullet into a wall on Jan. 10. No injuries were reported.

5) A 14-year-old seventh-grade student shot and killed himself inside the bathroom of Coronado Elementary School in Cochise County, Ariz., on Jan. 10.

6) Gunshots were fired at a campus building at Cal State San Bernardino on Jan. 10. No injuries were reported.

7) Two people in a car exchanged gunfire at a Wiley College dorm parking lot on Jan. 15. No deaths or injuries were reported and no suspects were arrested, however, one bullet was fired into a dorm room with three female students inside.

8) A Winston-Salem State University football player was shot and killed at a sorority party following an argument in Winston-Salem, N.C., on Jan. 20.

9) A 16-year-old male student shot a 15-year-old female student in the cafeteria at Italy High School in Italy, Texas, on Jan. 22. While the victim was injured, she was expected to make a full recovery. The shooter was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. This one we would probably all refer to as a proper “school shooting.”

10) An unknown assailant in a pickup truck drove by the NET Charter High School in Gentilly, La., and shot at a group of students on Jan. 22. A 14-year-old boy was initially thought to have suffered a gunshot graze, but it turned out to be an abrasion.

11) A 15-year-old male student shot and killed two students and wounded 18 others at Marshall County High School in Benton, Ky., on Jan. 23. The shooter was apprehended.

12) A 16-year-old student fired a gun at another 16-year-old student during an altercation at Murphy High School in Mobile, Ala., on Jan. 25. No injuries were reported and the suspect was taken into custody.

13) Shots were fired in the parking lot during an altercation between two nonstudents during a basketball at Dearborn High School in Dearborn, Mich., on Jan. 26. No injuries were reported, and no suspects were arrested.

14) A 32-year-old man was shot and killed in the parking lot outside Lincoln High School in Philadelphia, Penn., on Jan. 31 during what police believed to be an altercation between students from rival schools. No suspects were arrested.

15) A 12-year-old female student accidentally fired a real gun thinking it was a fake gun. Four students were injured, including one who suffered a gunshot wound to the head, at Sal Castro Middle School in Los Angeles on Feb. 1. The 12-year-old girl was taken into custody.

16) A teenage boy was shot in the chest and nearly killed by another student who conspired with the boy’s ex-girlfriend in the parking lot of Oxon Hill High School in Oxon Hill, Md., on Feb. 5. The suspect was taken into custody and charged with attempted murder.

17) A third-grade student pulled the trigger of a police officer’s holstered weapon at the Harmony Learning Center in Maplewood, Minn., on Feb. 5. No injuries were reported.

18) A 17-year-old student was arrested after firing a gun into the floor of a classroom of Metropolitan High School in the Bronx, N.Y., on Feb. 8.

19) The shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Wednesday that left 17 dead.

  • Now, you’ll notice that there are 19 shooting incidents listed above, not 18 like the media were trying to make you believe. That’s because the third incident on the list involving a pellet gun and a school bus has at least been ruled out as a “school shooting,”  But frankly, most of the incidents above – probably at least 14 of them, don’t really qualify as what we think of as “school shootings” at all.And of all the shootings listed above, only two qualify as mass school shootings – the one in Benton, Ky., and the shooting in Parkland this week.


FBI caught in Florida school shooter YouTube lie (Video)

  • FBI on Cruz YouTube threat: “Could not confirm it was same person”
  • The FBI said they could not identify “Nikolas Cruz” on a YouTube comment thread.
  • During a Thursday morning briefing on the shooting events, the local FBI chief made comments on the YouTube threat shooter Nikolas Cruz made online in 2017.
  • Nikolas Cruz, the suspect in Wednesday’s horrific massacre at a Florida high school, was allegedly reported to the FBI in September after he left a comment on a bail bondsman’s YouTube channel saying that he was going to be a “professional school shooter.”


  • FBI chief Robert F. Lasky was asked about the YouTube threat by reporters…

“We do not know if it was the same person. We, through our database checks, we could not positively identify him. We’re going back. We’re scrubbing the information. We’re looking at it again. I am not willing to say at this time that it was the same person.”

  • The YouTube comment was posted by “Nikolas Cruz” – spelled with a ‘K”. The FBI says they did not know if it was the same person?


  • Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin called on Congress Thursday to address issues related to gun violence less than 24 hours after 17 people were murdered in a Florida school shooting.

  • I will say, personally, I think the gun violence its a tragedy what weve seen yesterday, and I urge Congress to look at these issues,” said Mnuchin, while addressing a question from Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) during a House Ways and Means Committee hearing about whether Trump’s new budget addressed gun violence. 


  • We protect: politicians, celebrities, the rich, diplomats, courthouses, jails, college campuses, stadiums, airports…and on and on with GUNS, but leave our most vulnerable unprotected. Anyone else see a problem with this hypocrisy