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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Feb. 12 2019

Compiled 12 Feb. 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington

Below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to do their own research and decide whether or not it was valid. A Special Thank You to Martha for her untiring research efforts in discerning the Truth, Dale who keeps me in line and Ken who uncovers almost unlimited intel on pedophiles to help us Save the Children. Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. Good moral beings have the power to overcome evil and change the world.

Judy Note: The RV was expected at any time from now through Fri. Feb. 15. A Zimbabwe monetary policy statement announcement would allow the RV to legally begin (vast natural resources of Zimbabwe were backing the Global Currency Reset).
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Fighting Financial Fraud and Identity Theft Part 2 of 2
By Anne Kates Smith, Executive Editor 
Lisa Gerstner & Kimberly Lankford, Contributing Editors  

In one case, for which Hayes was recognized by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police department, a group of criminals traveled to small towns within a few hours of Charlotte and used stolen information to apply for lines of credit at retail stores and to finance car purchases.

Hayes, along with detectives from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the Charlotte police, noticed that the suspects repeatedly appeared in bulletins from various local law enforcement entities. Fraud losses in that case tallied more than $250,000. The ringleader got almost eight years in federal prison.
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​Fighting Financial Fraud and Identity Theft Part 1 of 2

By Anne Kates Smith, Executive Editor 
Lisa Gerstner & Kimberly Lankford, Contributing Editors  
From Kiplinger's Personal Finance, January 2018

Learn what it's like on the front lines on our ride along with the scam police.

Chances are, you may have been swindled at some point in your life, or you know someone who has. Nearly half of consumers surveyed recently by Stanford University's Center on Longevity and the Finra Investor Education Foundation reported being a victim of financial fraud in the previous year—a far higher tally than earlier surveys indicated.

No socioeconomic or demographic group is immune. "Men and women, college students and retirees, rich and poor—all are potential targets," the report's authors found. Nearly 40% of victims never told anyone about the fraud.
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​Notes From The Field  By Simon Black
February 11, 2019  Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile

Reason #437 To Own Gold: The Fed Wants Negative Interest Rates

And just like that, it seems we’re headed back to quantitative easing…

After cutting interest rates to nearly zero following the 2008 crisis, the Federal Reserve starting raising rates near the end of 2015 (from 0.25% to 2.5% today).
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