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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - December 26, 2017

Sources confirm the Alliance have been putting out false intel in order to bring out rogue cabal elements from hiding.

The RV has been a successful psychological tool in bringing out and eliminating hidden rogue cabal elements for the past several years.

In war, the use of "Military Deception" is a major part of modern warfare.

Military deception is used to distract the enemy or set the enemy up for an ambush.

This tactic is being used by the Alliance.

The cabal are fooled into falling for the Alliance's "RV release traps" by attempting to delay the RV, thus exposing them.

Live without Rushing
By Guy Finley
We’ve all probably “run over” someone emotionally or hurt a friend, a loved one, or even a complete stranger while racing to get somewhere or do something “important.” Then, we regret it — most likely too late to do any good.
There may be no greater self-deception than the false notion that rushing through anything actually helps us in any way whatsoever. 

​After all, if anxious thoughts and feelings had any power to deliver us to a place or time where peace awaits, don’t you think we’d have gotten there by now? Let there be no mistake here:

"Is That So"
Eruch Jessawala
It so happened that in a certain area of the country there lived one who loved the Lord. He had settled in an isolated area some distance from the nearest village. There was a small cave in a hill a mile or so outside of the village and that is where he stayed.
You may call him a recluse if you wish, but what need did he have of other people's company when his constant companion was the Lord? 

But, as Ramakrishna Paramhamsa said, "When the flower is ripe, the bees come of their own accord." And so it was that the villagers started coming to visit.
You know how it is. First, probably, it was just one of the boys herding goats who happened to notice that someone was living in the cave and he told the other boys and they told their parents and so people started coming to see who was there, out of curiosity and to pay their respects. 


Don961: Is the end of the dollar's dominance on the world close?
2017/12/26 01:07:45 PM 

For more than 70 years, the US dollar has been the world's dominant currency. Central banks around the world keep a large portion of their dollar reserves, and private companies use them in their international transactions. In addition, the US Treasury market is the largest liquidity market in the financial world, which is positively reflected on the US economy.

In a book entitled How Global Currencies Work, Barry Eichengren, professor of economics at the University of California at Berkeley, and Arno Mehl and Livia Chiu, economists at the European Central Bank, discussed the idea of ​​one currency dominating the world's cash reserves. 

The authors noted that this trend has been common over the past decades.