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House of Cards | Wall Street's very bad August 14 & what's to come Friday, August 16, 2019

Gematria Effect News
Published on 15 Aug 2019

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SPECIAL REPORT: James Packer’s Latest Investment Has Experts in Awe And Big Banks Terrified

Australia citizens are already raking in millions of dollars from home using this "wealth loophole" - but is it legitimate?

(ABC News) - Australian billionaire and investor James Packer has made a name for himself as a brash straight-talker who doesn’t mind being honest about how he makes his money.

Last week, he appeared on The Project and announced a new "wealth loophole" which he says can transform anyone into a millionaire within 3-4 months. Packer urged everyone in Australia to jump on this amazing opportunity before the big banks shut it down for good.

And sure enough, minutes after the interview was over, National Australia Bank called to stop Packer's interview from being aired- it was already too late.

Here's exactly what happened:

The Project co-host Waleed Aly invited Packer on the show to share any tips he had on building wealth and the Australian entrepreneur and philantropist dropped a bomb:

"What's made me successful is jumping into new opportunies quickly- without any hesitation. And right now, my number one money-maker is a new cryptocurrency auto-trading program called Bitcoin Revolution. It's the single biggest opportunity I've seen in my entire lifetime to build a small fortune fast. I urge everyone to check this out before the banks shut it down."

The Project co-host Waleed AlyWaleed Aly was left in disbelief as Packer pulled out his phone and showed viewers how much money he's making through this new money-making program that now has everyone in Australia whispering.

The segment ran out of time before Packer could elaborate, so we got an exclusive interview with the man himself to learn more about this controversial opportunity.
ABC News Exclusive with James Packer

"You may have heard about this new cryptocurrency investment platform called Bitcoin Revolution that’s helping regular people in Australia, Asia and North America build fortunes overnight. You may be skeptical because it sounds too good to be true."

Packer continues:

“I get that because I thought the same thing when a trusted friend told me about it. But after seeing with my own eyes how much money he was making, I had to try it for myself.

much more: https://teedbasics.com/everyone-in-australia-urged-to-jump-on-this-rare-opportunity-before-its-over/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI-bS_xNXY4wIVmg9yCh1P3AABEAEYASAAEgKlHfD_BwE

Be wary of all investment: the rich have nothing to lose.



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General News/Discussion / Paul & Scott at QE21019: Did we really go to the moon?
« Last post by Nym Net on July 26, 2019, 07:55:15 PM »
Paul On The Plane
Published on 26 Jul 2019

Featuring golf balls and beer cans.

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Very special thanks to Joe, Alisa, and Jake Garcia for all their help and support - and for the opportunity for Scott and I to present this information in Los Angeles at the Question Everything Conference 2019.

If you'd like a copy of the Power Point file presented here to study the photographs for yourself, please use this link to download a copy:
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Australia/NZ / Darwin rolls out CCP surveillance tech
« Last post by Nym Net on June 10, 2019, 06:27:44 AM »
By Houses and Holes in Australian Politics, Featured Article at 12:12 am on May 9, 2019 | 50 comments


Australia is preparing to debut its version of the Chinese regime’s high-tech system for monitoring and controlling its citizens. The launch, to take place in the northern city of Darwin, will include systems to monitor people’s activity via their cell phones.

The new system is based on monitoring programs in Shenzhen, China, where the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is testing its Social Credit System. Officials on the Darwin council traveled to Shenzhen, according to NT News, to “have a chance to see exactly how their Smart Technology works prior to being fully rolled out.”

In Darwin, they’ve already constructed “poles, fitted with speakers, cameras and Wi-Fi,” according to NT News, to monitor people, their movements around the city, the websites they visit, and what apps they use. The monitoring will be done mainly by artificial intelligence, but will alert authorities based on set triggers.

Just as in China, the surveillance system is being branded as a “smart city” program, and while Australian officials claim its operations are benign, they’ve announced it functions to monitor cell phone activity and “virtual fences” that will trigger alerts if people cross them.

“We’ll be getting sent an alarm saying, ‘There’s a person in this area that you’ve put a virtual fence around.’ … Boom, an alert goes out to whatever authority, whether it’s us or police to say ‘look at camera five,’” said Josh Sattler, the Darwin council’s general manager for innovation, growth, and development services, according to NT News.

The nature of the “virtual fences” and what type of activity will sound an alarm still isn’t being made clear.

The system is being promoted as mostly benign. Sattler said it will tell the government “where people are using Wi-Fi, what they’re using Wi-Fi for, are they watching YouTube, etc. All these bits of information we can share with businesses. … We can let businesses know, ‘Hey, 80 percent of people actually use Instagram within this area of the city, between these hours.’”

The CCP’s smart city Social Credit System is able to monitor each person in the society, tracking every element of their lives—including their friends, online purchases, daily behavior, and other information—and assigns each person a citizen score that determines their level of freedom in society.

The tool is a core piece of the CCP’s programs to monitor and persecute dissidents, including religious believers and people who oppose the ruling communist system.

Chinese human rights lawyer Teng Biao, a visiting scholar at New York University, described the Social Credit System as a new form of tyranny, meant to reactivate the CCP’s totalitarian hold on society.

“In the past, there was the Nazi totalitarianism and Mao Zedong’s totalitarian system, but a totalitarian system powered by the internet and contemporary technology has not existed before,” Teng said in a recent interview with The Epoch Times.

“The CCP is now taking the first step to build such a high-tech totalitarian system, by using credit ratings and monitoring and recording every detail in people’s daily life, which is very frightening.”

The regime also isn’t interested in keeping the technology within its own borders.

It’s exporting the system, and its “China model” of totalitarian government, as a service of its “One Belt, One Road” program. When the CCP builds its infrastructure abroad, its surveillance and social control programs are part of the package.

In Darwin, there has been a push to jump aboard the CCP’s program. The local officials made a “friendship” deal with Yuexiu District, in Guangzhou, China, in 2018. According to John Garrick, a senior lecturer at Charles Darwin University, the deal was branded by Chinese media as “part of President Xi Jinping’s signature Belt and Road Initiative.”

That followed a previous deal between Darwin and the CCP, in which the city signed a 99-year lease of the Port of Darwin to a Chinese company and the CCP. The Chinese owner, Ye Cheng, had referred to the deal as being part of One Belt, One Road.

The deals also should raise concern for U.S. Marines stationed in Darwin,under the Obama-era pivot to the Pacific, about whether the CCP is able to monitor data collected on cell phones from its systems in the area. Under a 2011 deal between the United States and Australia, the U.S. troops will be there until 2040.

And of similar concern, the decision of Australia to begin implementing the CCP’s programs for totalitarian social control represents a major development in the CCP’s China model push.

As The Epoch Times has reported, the CCP views Australia as a testing ground for programs it wants to spread to the West. After Australia comes Canada, then the United States—in an apparent imitation of Mao Zedong’s strategy to “surround the cities with the countryside.”

All we’ll need is a change at the top and the system will be ready to go!

https://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2019/05/darwin-rolls-out-ccp-surveillance-tech/
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Prepping Tips / Re: Organic seeds
« Last post by Ben on June 09, 2019, 06:02:50 AM »
Snafu. . .your still my brother Pal  ;)
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Financial / Re: Centrica PLC LSE listed as CNA redundancies Where i Work
« Last post by Ben on June 09, 2019, 05:56:48 AM »
Oh yeah forgot to mention the share price as of writing centrica's hight of 400p a share listed on the LSE on 16th September 2013 now sits at 95p a share 7th June 2019, the last time it was this low was the 9th September 1998  :(
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Financial / Re: Centrica PLC LSE listed as CNA redundancies Where i Work
« Last post by Ben on June 09, 2019, 05:44:58 AM »
This is just and update to the recent post i made, it wasn't just the Leeds branch that was closing it was also a full call center in Glasgow in Scotland as well must be another 200 staff if not more plus also i was speaking to employees that had come down from Edinburgh call center Scotland and they mentioned to me that they have also had a lot of people been made redundant in there call center as well, as far as im aware there multi skilling us staff to take on more call types as well shifting a lot of the customer service operations off shore to places like Cape town in south Africa and India, i know they already had call centers based in cape town and india but they are shifting more and more of there Opps off-shore to cut costs.   
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Financial / Centrica PLC LSE listed as CNA redundancies Where i Work
« Last post by Ben on May 21, 2019, 04:29:04 AM »
Hello  :)
I work at Centrica at a British gas call center here in the UK and they are making lay offs like no tomorrow :-[, from my call call center alone they made 50 employees redundant last year and then they left in January 2019, this is in Leicester city, then they just announced that they are closing an entire call center in Leeds must be in excess of 200 employees. :-\ Then they are also laying off team leaders and managers across the company as a whole, the share price is declining rapidly and the worst its been and sits at around 94p which is the worst its been since 1998, :'( fortunately iv devised a plan  ;D and will be jumping ship soon and possibly travailing to Australia, 8)  but either way how many more customers are leaving British gas is incredible 200,000 customers left in the last 3 months alone, :o but where i work the way the call centers are run im not going to lie its such a political environment and its all about pushing blame on to the person below for higher managers so these guys aint got a clue about innovation or creative management structures, >:( from my perspective the company is its own worst enemy, but there you go out with the old and in with the new  ;) after all Centrica PLC is just one out of a million that may be going through rough times at this point but we'll see What happens.   ;D :P
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Australia/NZ / Exposing Australia's recycling lie | 60 Minutes
« Last post by Nym Net on May 04, 2019, 09:57:47 PM »

Published on 15th April 2019.

Please excuse the orange ( 33 )= ( Freemason) clown suit on the Melb mayor.

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General News/Discussion / Documentary: Seattle is Dying
« Last post by Nym Net on April 13, 2019, 04:16:07 AM »

Published March 19, 2019

http://www.youtube.com/v/bpAi70WWBlw
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