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Restored Republic via a GCR Update as of Nov. 2 2017

Compiled 12:01 am EDT 2 Nov. 2017 by Judy Byington

A. Oct. 1 2017 3:40 pm EDT GCR Intel Alert #2: Operation Disclosure GCR/RV Intel Alert #2 for November 1, 2017

1. Paymasters, Banks and Call Center personnel are as dazzled as we are, as to why they were told to be ready for the release.

2. The New Powers That Be (NPTB) gave out these pre-emptive alerts with a 2-3 day window that allowed room to release the funds unexpectedly.

3. Intel on the release was classified and would never be disclosed to the public, as it would threaten the security of the NPTB.

4. This was why the Mass Arrests must occur first, in order to ensure that the Cabal were completely contained.

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Late Wednesday Night 11-01-17 

yz: Iraq threatens to resume military operations against Kurds

xyz: Trump to Tap Jerome Powell as Next Fed Chairman The president is expected to announce his decision Thursday

Dave: Does one expect Iraq to RV while under sanctions?

Tebow: who knows 


Notes From The Field By Simon Black
October 31, 2017 Santiago, Chile 

500 Years Later, The Revolution Is Just Beginning​

500 years ago to the day, on October 31, 1517, a German monk of the Augustinian order named Martin Luther sent a letter to his Archbishop expressing concern about certain practices of Church officials. 

In Luther’s era it had become typical for clergymen to sell ‘indulgences’ to anyone who wanted to be pardoned for sins. 

Martin Luther felt this practice was a terrible affront to Christian doctrine, so he sent a letter up the chain of command outlining 95 logical points in his argument. 

Luther’s letter was hardly a revolutionary work. He was polite. Formal. Almost apologetic. 

He actually asks forgiveness of the Archbisop for having “dared to think of a letter to the height of your Sublimity.”