Soros allegedly is going to get into the cryptocurrency market. All jobs were revised from last month and the jobs stats do not look that good. The entire economic system is falling apart. Trump is now taking the economic collapse fight to the next level. The White House has warned that the market might start to come down and their might be some pain. Facebook had plans to take people’s private medical records and correlate with their information on Facebook. Zuckerberg’s messages have been deleted which include messages from the executive staff. Russia demolishes the poising hoax. The UK might not get out of this one.Nikki Haley threatens Russia. Erdogan tells France to choose sides, deep state or not. Q drops some major intel, there is a silent war happening right now, the internet might be paused or shutdown temporarily. The war between the deep state and Trump is now heating up.
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Current News – 04.06.2018
- George Soros is reportedly preparing to trade cryptocurrencies as prices plunge.
- According to Bloomberg, Adam Fisher -who oversees macro investing at New York-based Soros Fund Management – has received internal approval to trade virtual coins in the last few months, “
- The question, of course, is whether Bloomberg’s leak is accurate, and if indeed Soros is only now getting started in the space or if he has quietly loaded up already.
- last month the strong Establishment Survey payrolls number, which was revised even higher to 326K this month, there was an even more impressive number: a record 1 million full and part-time jobs were added according to the Household Survey.
- One month later you can scratch all of that, because according to the latest data, the 729K full-time jobs added in February was a fluke, and in March, the number actually declined by 311K; in fact in recent months it has been swinging so hard, a simple regression model suggests that it is more based on noise than any underlying signal.
- , as full-time jobs tumbled, part-time jobs continued to rise, and as shown in the chart below, they increased just enough to offset the drop in full-time jobs: Part-Time jobs up 310K; Full-Time jobs down 311K.
- “White House official said the the WH recognizes that Trump’s actions are hitting the stock market, but this is “a longer term thing,” and the president has to follow through on a key campaign promise.”
- Moments ago, Trump himself confirmed that when in a radio interview on Friday morning, the president said that U.S. markets could face some “pain’’ from the trade standoff with China and other countries, but – like on Wednesday – asserted that in the long-run, Americans would be better off due to his protectionist actions.
- Trump said “I’m not saying there won’t be a little pain so we might lose a little of it but we’re going to have a much stronger country when we’re finished, and that’s what I’m all about.’
- “We have to do things that other people wouldn’t do. So we may take a hit, but you know what, ultimately we’re going to be much stronger for it,’’ “It’s something we had to do, and ultimately if you take a look it’s not only trade with China – it’s everybody.”
- Facebook sent a doctor to top US hospitals in an effort to convince them to share patient data, including illness and prescription information, for a since-abandoned project,
- Facebook’s project reportedly sought to collect anonymized personal details, which could be then matched up with user data from the social network. The stated goal was to help hospitals figure out which patients might need special care or treatment.
- The project never actually got to a phase where it could start gathering data. It was shut down last month after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. It was overseen by Facebook’s Building 8, a research division within the company modelled after the US Defense Department’s DARPA advanced engineering agency.
- , Techcrunch is reporting that people’s interactions with Zuckerberg have mysteriously disappeared from their inboxes, although their responses to the media mogul remain. If a user deletes chats on Facebook messenger, they disappear only from their own account, meaning that the company accessed people’s accounts to delete messages from its top brass.Facebook told the tech news site that the messages were deleted for security reasons.
Facebook never informed the users that the messages were being deleted and it never publicly disclosed that it would be removing messages from users’ inboxes. The site’s Terms of Service also don’t appear to allow it to remove messages unless they violate Facebook’s community standards. Zuckerberg’s messages have a somewhat infamous history. In 2010 Silicon Valley Insider published messages sent by Zuckerberg to a friend shortly after he started the social media site. “If you ever need info about anyone at harvard . . . just ask . . . i have over 4000 emails, pictures, addresses, sns,” 19-year-old Zuckerberg wrote. “what!? how’d you manage that one?” the friend asked. “people just submitted it . . i don’t know why . . . they “trust me” . . . dumb fucks,” Zuckerberg explained. The CEO later said he “absolutely” regretted the messages.
- Russia’s UN envoy blasted the UK’s attempt to blame the poisoning Sergei and Yulia Skripal on Moscow, describing the entire hoax as a “theater of absurd.”
- The extraordinary UN Security Council meeting was requested by Russia, following the announcement made by the secretive British Porton Down chemical laboratory, that it had not established that the Novichok nerve agent used in the poisoning was of Russian origin.
- According to RT, top British officials explicitly cited the Porton Down laboratory when pinning the blame on Moscow, so following this revelation their theory started to fall apart, said Vasily Nebenzia, noting that the UK’s secret agencies rushed to help the government, producing new claims based on some “intelligence data.”
- Nebenzia asked a series of questions pointing to inconsistencies of the UK’s narrative.
“Why did we have to wait eight years and [then] decided to [attack the Skripals] two weeks before the elections and several weeks before the world cup? Why did we release him from the country in the first place? Why do that in extremely public and dangerous fashion.”
- The fact that the victims of the nerve agent, which is believed to be among the deadliest, managed to survive the attack has also raised serious questions, Nebenzia said.
- . The Skripals managed to walk around for four hours after the exposure, according to the version by the British authorities, yet the police officer who found them lost consciousness immediately.
“There are so many versions in wake of the lack of facts and evidence. House of Skripal, the door knob, flowers, buckwheat, or, in fact, the bay leaf?” Nebenzia said.
- Nikki Haley has erupted in another fiery Russophobic rant, warning that Russia will “never be America’s friend.” Moscow can try to behave “like a regular country,” but the US will “slap them when we need to,” Haley said.
- Having just met with the French Foreign Minister, Turkey’s EU Affairs Minister Omer Celik has publicly made clear that Turkey is demanding France choose between supporting them, or supporting the Kurdish YPG.
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- Barack Obama met with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Nov 2017
- The meeting was part of Obama’s first trip to Asia since leaving office and came weeks after Xi hosted US President Donald Trump.
- A defunct Chinese space station is expected to plunge to Earth from its orbital perch in early April.
- The Tiangong-1 station will mostly burn up as it plummets through Earth’s atmosphere. Some fragments could survive the fiery reentry, but experts say the risk to humans on the ground is small.
- A US Navy plane crashed into the ocean southeast of Okinawa on Wednesday afternoon, marking at least the sixth apparent accident involving a Navy asset in East Asian waters this year.
- The C2-A Greyhound transport plane was carrying 11 crew and passengers to an aircraft carrier when it crashed into the Philippine Sea, the Navy said. As of Wednesday evening, eight people had been rescued, and three were missing.
- The others are collisions involving US warships.