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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Sunday Night 12-10-17
tman23: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is scheduled to visit Paris on Monday, expected to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron, his office confirmed. Abadi will be taking part in Paris Climate Summit, said Saa’d Hadisi, a spokesperson for Iraqi PM’s office.
tman23: It will be second meeting between Abadi and Macron in less than two months. During the first meeting, the pair were mainly focused on the Erbil-Baghdad disputes. Later in early December, Macron received Kurdistan Region Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani to extend the discussion on a possible peaceful solution to the tensions between Kurdistan Region and Iraq.
By Dan Allen, originally published by Resilience.org
“In Greek mythology, Erysichthon…ordered all trees in the sacred grove of Demeter to be cut down. Demeter [Goddess of the harvest who presided over the fertility of the Earth]…punished him by placing Limos, unrelenting and insatiable hunger, in his stomach. Food acted like fuel on a fire:
The more he ate, the hungrier he got. Erysichthon sold all his possessions to buy food, but was still hungry. At last he sold the only thing he had left, his own daughter Mestra into slavery. …Eventually, Erysichthon ate himself in hunger.” – Erysichthon_of_Thessaly
"The invention of agriculture ten millennia ago was the first step toward the current problem of climate change.
By Yvonne Chamberlain
This morning my husband and I discussed how we feel when we start our day in gratitudes. Then we compared that to how we have done it in the past – thinking negatively about the pile of stuff we had to do that day.
Our joy and energy depended on how we talked to ourselves about our day!
We talked about how many times we used phrases such as “I have to…” “I’ve got to…” “I need to…” “I should…”— which means we are giving our choices and power to the LIST! We become a slave to the “shoulds” instead enjoying the freedom of the “coulds”.
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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - December 10, 2017
Redemption centers remain manned and bank personnel have received memos.
Trump to announce the USN before Christmas.
The situation within the WH and Government continues to get heated, ultimately leading to a mass indictment event (Plan B).
The cleanup process of the Cabal continues behind the scenes. No new details given at this time.
The Alliance expects to release the RV sometime this month if they successfully cleanup all remaining Cabal malice within a specific time-frame.
Samson: Venezuela Defaults Again
10th December, 2017
Crisis-wracked Venezuela has defaulted on two bonds, failing to make a $183 million coupon payment, ratings agency S&P said.
The agency said OPEC-member Caracas failed to make the payment within a 30-day grace period on global bonds due in 2023 and 2028, AFP reported. “In line with our criteria for timeliness of payments, we are lowering the issue ratings on these bonds to “D” from “CC,” the agency said. Falling oil prices and corruption have decimated the economy under socialist President Nicolas Maduro, leading to hyperinflation and chronic food and medicine shortages in the oil-rich but cash-poor South American nation.
Global ratings agencies already had declared Venezuela and state-owned oil company PDVSA to be in “selective default” due to late payments on multiple bond issues. PDVSA is Venezuela’s primary source of income. Key bosses at the oil company have been sacked and arrested on corruption charges in what analysts see as a purge by Maduro to consolidate power ahead of next year’s elections.