RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - February 1, 2019
(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on intelligence leaks received from several sources which may or may not be accurate. Other confirmed sources may also be included in this overview.)
The Cabal have several false flag attacks planned to derail the transition.
However, the Cabal are completely surrounded by the Alliance.
Surrounded economically, politically, and militarily (air, ground, sea, and space).
Their entire system can be dismantled instantaneously along with any nation's government that decides to side with them.
Any false flag attack attempts will be foiled and will result in their demise.
Thank you Pinkroses
THE BIG CALL WITH BRUCE THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2019, INTEL ONLY
TRANSCRIBED BY PINKROSES
Bruce: Welcome Everybody to the Big Call tonight. Intel really came in strong today. It is still coming in strong. I will tell you this. We did get confirmation that the Tier 3s were completed. We got that mid morning that the Tier 3s were all finished, all paid out. The stagnation period that was of 12 to 18 hours was completed.
That allowed them to go forward onto Tier 4As. Those are the groups that are based out west that we have talked about in the past, core groups, various group, you know what I am talking about, Fines and Penalties, all of that. That was started today and that is in the first phrase of payout now as of this afternoon. That is really positive.
That is showing that those particular accounts and I just got word they have completed those, they have paid out those. That should be available to see in their accounts. I do not know if they are available now, but should be available by tomorrow, and I would think it would have the ability to fund tomorrow. There seems to be a little settling in that period even those transactions are ledger to ledger transfers which are in the same bank.
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