RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - January 11, 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.)
All efforts to reopen the government are being blocked.
The government shutdown will continue indefinitely until the transition is complete as previously reported.
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THE BIG CALL WITH BRUCE THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 2019, INTEL ONLY
TRANSCRIBED BY PINKROSES
Bruce: Welcome Everybody to the Big all tonight. I am probably more positive than I ever been the last 14 years. The fact we expect it very soon, very shortly. I am going to address something before I forget it.
There has been some chatter noise about the Zim. You say Bruce, why are you calling it noise? Because that is what it is. It is not true. It is invalid. Let me explain something. I know the Zim with the denominations of those bills it is kind of hard to imagine.
Yes, there are no zeros coming off the Zim. Those are bonds, not a currency that you pull zeros off of. Let’s straighten that out. Say it one more time with feeling. No zeros will come off the Zim. Why is the Zim valuable? Because it is a gold back bond that we were privileged enough to find out about.
Bruce: Now the rates on the Zim are flashing on today’s back screens. It doesn’t mean it is solid front or back, but they are flashing.
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JJonesmx: US Trying to get More out of Relationship with Iraq
11th January 2019
America is trying to get more out of its relationship with Iraq
US President Donald Trump thinks America is being ripped off. “We have spent $7trn—trillion with a T—$7trn in the Middle East,” he told a crowd last year, exaggerating slightly. “You know what we have for it? Nothing. Nothing.”
To right this perceived wrong, Mr Trump has long favoured seizing Iraq’s oil. But after he hinted at the idea with the Iraqi prime minister (who demurred), his aides admonished him. “We can’t do this and you shouldn’t talk about it,” said H.R. McMaster, the national security adviser at the time, according to reports. Still, Mr Trump may be getting what he wants from Iraq in other ways.