Toys R Us is facing collapse, the have a huge tax bill to pay and there are 3200 jobs on the line. Deutsche Bank is laying off 500 people right after bonuses. The central bankers are getting very worried and they are trying to make the case that cryptocurrency will not be able to handle the next financial crisis. Are the central bankers foreshadowing the next crisis, are they preparing to push the crisis forward to make sure the crypto market is not used as the next currency of the people. The Mueller’s indictments are part of a bigger show, this will not lead to anything. The indictment indicates that this occurred while Obama was President. Ukrainians are marching and asking Poreshenko to resign. The Kurdish people have invited the Syrian forces into this area. This is the push that was planned from the beginning, this is how they are going to get the deep state out of Syria. Russia repeats, they want the US out of Syria, Syria repeats the US must leave. The high school event has more and more anomalies, students are reporting drills, men in black masks,tactical vests. Now they want to demolish the school.
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Current News – 02.19.2018
- Toys R Us is near to collapse with just days left to pay £15million VAT , it is claimed.Up to 3,200 jobs are feared on the line as bosses scramble to secure a rescue ahead of the Revenue’s February 27 deadline.
- Deutsche Bank has started cutting at least another 250 jobs at its corporate and investment bank units.
- These new firings, which could widen to more than 500, comes after bonus payments that Chief Executive Officer John Cryan said were on the “generous” side,
- BITCOIN backers are furious with the huge multinational American bank JP Morgan after suggestions one of its biggest features may actually end up being what causes its downfall
- The bank has claimed that bitcoin will not be able to properly deal with a liquidity crisis in the event of an economic shock.In the US, when such shocks have occurred, central banks pump additional cash into the economy to address declines in lending and spending in the private sector.However, such a liquidity infusion would be close to impossible with bitcoin because there is no central institution that controls the network and the number of coins released each year is fixed at a certain rate.JP Morgan stated: “The ability to provide adequate liquidity is a hallmark of a well-functioning market, but more so during times of crisis.
- “One benefit of fiat money is that it can be used to provide emergency liquidity from the outside.“This is the role central banks play as the lender-of-last resort.”However, Bitcoin backers hit back at the claims made by the bank, arguing that their case is built on the assumption that printing money to shore up an economy is something that is beneficial.Aaron Lasher, the chief marketing officer at cryptocurrency tech company Breadwallet, said: “This is a classic case of creating the problem you offer to solve, and exactly why bitcoin exists.
- Mr Lasher hit out at the fact economies are based on fiat currency which can be printed at the whim of central bankers.Mr Lasher said: ”So banks have no incentives to manage liquidity risk precisely because the marginal cost of printing more dollars by the central banks is zero, providing a guaranteed backstop against sustaining losses incurred by excess risk taking.”
Mueller’s latest fraudulent indictments exposed!
A few things are of note just on the surface of this case.
The indictment, written and formulated like a press release
rather than a legal document, will never have its factual basis
challenged in court. Mueller knows this. The U.S. has no
extradition treaty with Russia, and the Russian Constitution bars
extradition of Russian citizens. According to Deputy Attorney
General Rod Rosenstein, the Russians fooled the Trump campaign by
pretending to be Americans, based on stolen identities. There is
no allegation of “collusion” with the Trump campaign. There is no
claim that this operation affected the vote in the Presidential
election, nor could there be, as the expenditures alleged for
this amateurish hit-or-miss social media operation were
completely dwarfed, by huge orders of magnitude, by the
expenditures made by Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Bernie
Sanders, and associated PACS and organizations.
Mueller claims that from 2014 forward the Internet Research
Agency, financed by two companies owned by Russian oligarch
Yevgeniy Prigozhin, planned and implemented a campaign to
interfere with the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections as part of a
project named “translator.” According to Mueller, the campaign
involved phony Facebook groups, and phony Twitter, Instagram, and
email accounts, all run by Russians from the IRA who had stolen
six U.S. identities to facilitate the operation. They used
Facebook’s paid advertising feature to boost their posts; two IRA
employees visited the U.S. under false pretenses to gather
intelligence; contacts were made with the Trump campaign’s state
offices and field organizations to coordinate social media and
set up rallies in Washington, D.C., New York, Florida, and
- “Obama was President up to, and beyond, the 2016 Election. So why didn’t he do something about Russian meddling?” Trump wrote on Twitter on Monday.
- Thousands of Ukrainians have taken to the streets across the country to demand the impeachment of President Petro Poroshenko. The rally in the capital Kiev was the biggest since the pro-West Euromaidan protests.
- Confirming that the “enemy of my enemy is my friend”, YPG Kurdish fighters in north-western Syria – who as a reminder are backed by the US, the country which for 7 years has waged a proxy war to overthrow president Bashar al Assad – have struck a deal with the Russia-backed Assad regime for Syrian forces to enter the Afrin region and repel a Turkish offensive which began last month.
- Badran Jia Kurd, an advisor to the Kurdish-led administration in northern Syria told Reuters that Syrian troops will deploy along several border positions and could enter the region within the next two days: “we can cooperate with any side that lends us a helping hand in light of the barbaric crimes and the international silence,” Jia Kurd said.
- US troops must immediately shut down their zone of control in southern Syria in the area of Al-Tanf, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov suggested when asked what should be done to help the Syrian peace settlement.
- Lavrov was referring to an area on Syria’s border with Jordan and Iraq, which the US declared to be under its protection last year. Among other things, it contains the Rukban refugee camp. The facility is apparently used by radical militants, including members of UN-designated terrorist group best known by its former name Al-Nusra Front, to recover and raid other parts of Syria, Lavrov said at the Valdai Club conference on the Middle East in Moscow. The US is turning a blind eye to such abuses of its protection, he added.
- “I still cannot give you any more information on why they would do this. They took direction from someone, with some local direction. Was it from external sources? Don’t ask me, I don’t know,” Mattis told reporters Feb. 17 while returning from Europe.
- “But I doubt that 250-300 people all just decided on their individual own selves to suddenly cross the river into enemy territory and start shelling the location and maneuvering tanks against it. So whatever happened, we’ll try to figure it out. We’ll work with, obviously, anyone who can answer that question.”
- Florida H.S. student: We really thought this was a drill throughout much of it
- The son of an FBI agent says he and his classmates thought the code red was just a drill until they saw the headlines on the news
- Senior Brian Hogg told CBS News on Friday that he and his classmates were not only told prior to the code red that there was going to be an active shooter drill but they actually thought much of what happened yesterday was actually a drill.
- “We really thought this was a drill throughout much of it surprisingly because teachers and students had been talking about having a possible code red drill, which is an active shooter drill, for quite some time,” the senior explained. “That’s what we thought this was.”
- Hogg admits, he thought it was a drill until he and others started to see the headlines.
- “Once we started seeing the headlines we realized that this was anything but a drill,” he explained. “This was life or death.”
- Other students also said they thought the code red was a drill.
- 1. Boston. According to reports, the FBI and U.S. law enforcement were sent, via Russia, a warning about bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev. The FBI allegedly interviewed the suspect and let him go, even opting against investigating him later after a second warning swept through the department from Russian officials. The bombing left three dead and 16 injured.
- 2. Fort Hood. In a string of emails sent to the FBI, soldier Nidal Hasan openly admitted that he wanted his fellow soldiers dead in order to protect the Taliban. Officials failed to intervene, leading to a tragedy that resulted in the death of 31 Americans.
- 3. NYC Bomber. Third on this list is NYC bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami, whose own father alerted officials of the radicalization of his son. After a brief interview, Rahami was cleared by FBI officials, though he eventually injured 31 people between New Jersey and New York.
- 4. Pulse Nightclub. In yet another attack on American soil, 49 people were killed and another 53 wounded after Omar Mateen opened fire through its doors. Despite a 10-month investigation of the would-be shooter — during which he admitted to lying to officials — the FBI decided against taking further action.
- 5. Garland, Texas. In a recent report from CBS, the FBI had an undercover agent traveling with Islamists Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi for intel on a pending attack during a “Draw Muhammad” event in Garland, Texas. Not only did officials know of a pending attack, but have refused to comment on why their agent didn’t intervene when the attack took place. Though a security officer was shot, the attackers were killed before they could harm any others.
- And if that’s not enough, the student said that there were “three shooters” and described one of them as “some other kid” (as in, not the suspect, Nikolas Cruz) and gestured as if the person she saw was wearing a tactical vest and a mask.
- Another student who attends Stoneman Douglas H.S., a senior named David Hogg, also told CNN that he too thought the shooting was a drill.
- Authorities in Florida are to demolish Building 12 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School following the massacre on Wednesday that killed 17 students and teachers.
- Florida lawmakers say they want to build a new classroom space and replace the building the murders took place in with a memorial to honor the victims and their families.