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The Yuan-backed Oil Futures Contracts begins trading on Monday, the 26th.

The trading of the Yuan-backed Oil Futures Contracts will force the U.S. Petro Dollar to die out.

The fall of the U.S. Petro Dollar is a major blow to Cabal finances and control over the global economy.

China (under the direction of the Chinese Elders) will lead the world to return the gold-standard with their de facto gold-backed Yuan.

This move is a major tipping point for events leading up to the GCR/RV.

The window for the RV release opened last Saturday, the 17th.

The RV may be released any time between now and the 26th.

The possibility of the RV release after the 26th should not be overlooked.

All eyes on the 26th.




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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Philippines FM: We Can't be Little Brown Brothers of America Forever, Don't Lecture us

It's the turn of our foreign minister to cause quite a stir when he reminds the United States government not to lecture us about human rights, and other geopolitical issues, right at the perimeter of its corporate headquarters in Washington, DC.

More than a hundred years of US bullying, and now it has come to this. Yet most of the American politicians still think it's all about President Duterte.

RT reports,

The Philippines foreign minister has warned that his country will not be treated like a "little brown brother" to the US, and will not be lectured on human rights. It follows inflammatory statements made by the nation's president about US President Barack Obama.

Speaking in Washington on Thursday, Foreign Minister Perfecto Yasay said: "I am asking our American friends, American leaders, to look at our aspirations. We cannot forever be the little brown brothers of America…we have to develop, we have to grow and become the big brother of our own people."

"You [have to] manage it correctly. You do not go to the Philippines and say, 'I am going to give you something, I am going to help you grow, but this is the checklist you must comply with – we will lecture you on human rights,'" he said, as quoted by Reuters.

Yasay went on to stress, however, that the country's president is still "firmly committed to keep and respect alliances, including that with the United States."

But relations between President Rodrigo Duterte and Barack Obama are anything but happy at the moment. Duterte called his US counterpart a "son of a b*tch/whore"less than two weeks ago, after hearing news that the US leader was to address the country's 'war on drugs' which has led to the deaths of more than 2,400 people. The comment, which Duterte later said was not directed towards Obama, led to the White House canceling scheduled talks between the two leaders.

The US had previously said it was "deeply concerned" about the campaign against drugs, and urged the government to ensure that law enforcement officers comply with the country's "human rights obligation."

Yasay insisted on Thursday, however, that many of Duterte's recent comments and actions regarding the US have been misunderstood, and rejected criticism of the president's controversial war on drugs, stating that Manila would never condone illegal killings.

He also claimed that Duterte's call for the withdrawal of US special forces from the southern Philippines was only a temporary measure aimed at keeping them safe, while Philippines forces took part in an offensive against Abu Sayyaf militants.

He also said that Duterte's opposition to joint maritime patrols with the US concerned the Philippines' "exclusive economic zone" – not joint patrols within 12 nautical miles off its coast.

Duterte, who came to power in May on a promise to wipe out drugs and dealers, has come under fierce criticism for his war on drugs. As of last week, police had killed 1,011 suspected criminals since June, and an additional 1,391 deaths were "under investigation," AFP reported.

Despite widespread criticism of the campaign, Duterte has vowed to continue the war on drugs until the end of his term, and has shrugged off accusations that he has violated human rights. He has also promised law enforcement that they will not be held criminally liable while acting in his campaign.

Aside from the fiat monetary scam and bloodsoaked petrodollar, another significant source of funds for the Nazionist Khazarian Mafia is the "healthcare" industry which registered a whopping $3.09 trillion in 2014, and is projected to soar to $3.57 trillion in 2017, in the US alone. We believe that this is just a conservative figure.

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