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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - September 18, 2017

THE USD IS EXPECTED TO DEFAULT BY OCTOBER 1st WHICH WILL RENDER THE USA, INC. DEFUNCT.

ONCE THE USD DEFAULTS, MILITARY ACTION WILL BEGIN WITH AN EMERGENCY BROADCAST FOLLOWED BY THE USN REPLACING THE USD, TRUMP RESIGNING, PENCE'S PARDON THEN MASS ARRESTS.

THE RV IS TO BEGIN DURING THIS EVENT.


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GCR/RV Intel SITREP: "Quid Pro Quo" -- September 22, 2017

Source: Dinar Chronicles There are three areas of jeopardy for the current orange president: 1) Obstruction of Justice The firing FBI...

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Top Wall Street Journal Reporter Fired for Exposing CIA Links



Source: The Antimedia | by Jason Ditz

The Wall Street Journal today announced that it is sacking its chief foreign affairs correspondent, Jay Solomon, related to "ethical lapses" that were revealed in a Tuesday AP expose that revealed Solomon's substantial ties to an arms dealer and smuggler for the CIA.

The AP investigation focused on Farhad Azima, an Iran-born magnate who had ferried weapons for the CIA, and founded a company, Denx LLC, that was trying to make a deal with the United Arab Emirates on a surveillance scheme intended to spy on Iran.



Former WSJ Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent, Jay Solomon.

Solomon had been using Azima as a key source in his reporting for years, and the AP story found Azima offered Solomon a 10% stake in Denx LLC. Among the services Solomon was expected to provide was to secure a meeting with a top UAE official to sell him on the surveillance proposal.

The AP's investigation doesn't reveal how far this relationship actually went, and Solomon denied ever intending to have a business relationship at all. He did however admit to "mistakes in my reporting and entered into a world I didn't understand."

The Wall Street Journal insists Solomon forfeited their trust and that they were dismayed by his "poor judgement."

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