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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - February 22, 2017

[ SITREP - 20:00 EST]

GENERAL DUNFORD HAS REVIEWED, AUTHORIZED AND GAVE FINANCIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT BACK TO THE CHINESE ELDERS FOR THE US PORTION OF THE RV.

THE USN IS NOW READY TO BE ANNOUNCED/RELEASED.

THE REPUBLIC'S MILITARY IS READY.

THE REPUBLIC'S BANKS ARE READY.

OUR RESTORED REPUBLIC IS READY TO GO.

THE CHINESE ELDERS ARE NOW JUST WAITING FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD TO REPORT IN THAT THEY'RE READY TO COMMIT TO THE RV.

THIS INCLUDES ISRAEL AND UKRAINE, THE LAST TWO REMAINING CABAL HOLDOUT COUNTRIES.

NORTH KOREA IS NO LONGER A FACTOR, THEY'VE BEEN CUT OFF.

BE AWARE, MOST OF THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA IS STILL BIASED TOWARDS THE CABAL'S AGENDA. THIS WILL SOON CHANGE.

HALLELUJAH!

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Mr. Ed's Intel Update (Real News): "Deep Intel" -- February 23, 2017

Rumor Mill News Agents Forum INTEL Update (Real News) via email - "Deep Intel" 2/23/17 Posted By: Mr.Ed [ Send E-Mail ] Date: Th...

Monday, February 1, 2016

China Arrests Ezubo Executives in Multi-Billion Dollar Fraud Case

Chinese authorities arrested 21 executives of Internet finance platform Ezubo for allegedly defrauding investors of more than 50 billion yuan ($7.6 billion) and possessing weapons illegally, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.

Almost 95 percent of investment projects listed on Ezubo -- which means easy-to-lease -- don’t exist, Xinhua reported, citing the website’s owner Ding Ning, who was among those arrested. The company attracted money from about 900,000 people by offering high interest rates and ran a ponzi scheme to pay off some investors between July 2014 and last December.

The arrests follow a clampdown by China’s banking regulator in December, when it issued draft rules to govern the 2,612 online peer-to-peer lenders that had helped fuel a stock rally which swiftly turned to bust last summer. More than 1,000 of the so-called P2P firms are “problematic,” the China Banking Regulatory Commission said at the time, as it pledged to “cleanse the market.”

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-02-01/china-arrests-ezubo-executives-in-7-6-billion-p2p-fraud-case

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