Thank you Judy
Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of June 24 2019
Compiled 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 is valid.
This newsletter is dedicated to Dale Hedberg who suddenly passed from us last Saturday. He was a very intelligent anesthesiologist and personal friend who fed me info from high up connections.
Dale made many aware of the importance of Zim, Farm Claims and the evolution of the NESARA Law. Dale’s constant quest for truth will be sorely missed by many, though will live on in the legacy of knowledge he has given us.
The thoughts Dale left me with a few days ago:
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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Monday 6-24-19
chattels President of Iraqi Kurdish Region says he has no problem with delivering oil to Baghdad, but first there must be discussions & conditions.
chattels "I was in Baghdad and I talked with the prime minister about this, and I have to discuss this issue. It's not just about handing over 250,000 barrels. There are legal issues, because cutting the Kurdistan region's share of the budget since 2014 has led to Accumulation of loans in the region ". Adding: "We must talk about all these things to reach a solution that satisfies the parties."
Barzani stressed the readiness of the region to cooperate in the export of Kirkuk oil or any other region to the outside through the pipeline of the Kurdistan region of oil, adding: "I was in Baghdad and spoke with the Prime Minister on the matter, and must be discussed the subject, it is not only about handing over oil quota, but there Legal issues ".
By Greg Depersio
In a climate of growing income inequality, where the rich are amassing wealth at unprecedented levels while record numbers of everyday citizens live paycheck to paycheck, it may not seem like ultra-high-net-worth individuals (UHNWIs) have much to worry about.
After all, a UHNWI is defined as a person with investable assets in excess of $30 million. While it takes a special kind of financial irresponsibility for a person with that kind of wealth to develop the kinds of money troubles that plague the rest of society, such as bankruptcy, foreclosure or inability to make rent, the ultra-wealthy deal with their own unique brand of financial problems.
By Rebecca Lake Updated Mar 30, 2019
A checking account is a necessity for most people, but they’re definitely not one-size-fits-all. Ultra high net worth individuals, for example, need a checking account equipped to meet their unique wealth management needs. While research suggests that the ultra rich stash as much as $32 trillion in offshore accounts, they’re still keeping a substantial amount of wealth in domestic banks.
In fact, many high net worth individuals choose to do business with the same banks that are frequented by everyday consumers. In a study from Spectrem Group, 16% of ultra high net worth investors cited Bank of America as their bank of choice. Another 16% favored Wells Fargo, while 11% chose JPMorgan Chase.
(Note: This Article can apply to Lotto-Winners, A Big Inheritance and Dinarians!)
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's Dec. 8 Big Money Issue. S
HERE'S A CHALLENGE: Imagine what it feels like to be 21 years old, extremely successful, famously wealthy, wildly stressed and unbearably miserable. How, you might wonder, can all those conditions exist simultaneously?
Start here, with Cowboys All-Pro offensive tackle Tyron Smith, talking to his mother on the phone one day in 2012, his second year in the NFL, during a time of growing tension between him
"We've found a house," Frankie Pinkney told her son.
By this stage, wariness had become as intrinsic to Smith's identity as his brown eyes and bookcase shoulders. Silently, he awaited details. He had agreed to purchase a home in Southern California for his mother and stepfather. They would live in it; he would own it as an investment.