Sunday, August 28, 2016

Who is KILLING THE HEALERS and Why?



Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet
By Foster Gamble
In June of 2015, a well-respected Florida health practitioner, Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet, went missing and was then discovered floating face down in a North Carolina river, a bullet hole in his chest. Foul play?
Why would anyone order a hit on a generous family man who was just trying to do good? The death is still shrouded in mystery. Authorities almost immediately ruled his death a suicide, but his family says otherwise. Who shoots themselves in the chest to commit suicide, while positioned in just such a way that they will fall into a river?
So let’s unpack the back story.
Dr. Bradstreet’s own son was brain damaged following an MMR vaccine at 12 months of age. The experience helped convince the doctor to look into a link between the vaccine and autism. He was working on two leading edge areas of medical inquiry.
First, he was doing research that seemed to support the compelling notion that certain vaccines could induce autism. He ended up testifying twice about this before Congress. Second, he was working with a new compound out of Switzerland that was greatly relieving, if not outright curing, cancer and other diseases. With vaccine revenues over $25 billion and cancer drugs over $100 billion, pharmaceutical industries risk losing huge profits if research like Bradstreet’s continued positively and reached a wide audience. In fact, it could spell the end of numerous mega corporations.

Was there any evidence to document a financial motive?

Yes, just three days before his death, Bradstreet’s research facility had been raided by U.S. government agents to shut down his research and halt his treatment of patients. The warrant that describes the items to be seized indicates a motive to protect pharmaceutical dominance and suppress natural cures.

OK, but such an isolated incident doesn’t mean there’s a major conspiracy to suppress cures and eliminate holistic doctors. Maybe he was depressed, or cheating, or got in with the wrong crowd…

Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez
Indeed, but what if I told you there was another holistic doctor, Dr. Nicholas J. Gonzalez, known for helping actress Suzanne Sommers overcome her cancer, who died unexpectedly just a month later. Gonzalez had been in excellent health and his sudden collapse was apparently “cardiac related,” but a subsequent autopsy showed no evidence of this.

All right, two could still be coincidence. What was he working on?

Dr. Gonzalez focused a lot on holistic alternatives to radiation and on exposing the dangers and destructive history of the more than 100 chemotherapy drugs, revealing that they were developed from poisonous nerve gas. Here is an interview filmed shortly before his death where he emphasizes the importance of patients believing in whatever treatment they choose.

But we don’t know what really happened with either of these two doctors. That’s pretty thin evidence claiming any sort of campaign against holistic doctors.

And if there were three? How about five, or eight, or ten? The tragic reality is that there have been at least thirteen holistic doctors who have “turned up dead or missing” in just a few months. Here is a timeline of recent suspicious doctor deaths:
June 19th Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet (see above)
June 21st Dr. Bruce Hedendal and Dr. Baron Holt found dead on the East coast of Florida. Dr. Hedendal died in his car and Dr. Holt’s cause of death has yet to be officially determined.
June 29th Dr. Theresa Sievers found murdered in her home. Dr. Jeffrey Whiteside goes missing. Reports say he just “walked away.”
July 3rd Dr. Patrick Fitzpatrick, MD, goes missing without a trace. His truck and trailer were found on the side of the road.
July 10th Lisa Riley, Doctor of Osteopathy, found in her home with a gunshot wound to her head.
July 19th Dr. Ron Schwartz found murdered by a gunshot wound to the chest in his home on the East Coast of Florida.
July 21st Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez (see above)
July 21st Dr. Abdul-Karim, holistic dentist. Found dead on the side of the road at 10pm EST.
July 23rd Dr. Jeffery Whiteside is found dead in Door County with a .22 caliber close to his body.
August 14th Osteopath Dr. Mary Rene Bovier, found stabbed in her home in Sharon, Pennsylvania.
September 16th Dr. Mitch Gaynor is found dead outside his country home outside of Manhattan where he practiced. The local sheriff quickly calls it a suicide.
October 11th Dr. Marie Paas is found dead of an alleged suicide.
October 29th Dr. Jerome Block “jumped” to his death from the Central Park West Apartments.

And what did they have in common besides being “holistic?”

Almost all of them were operating in ways that undermined traditional pharmaceutical-based treatments.

I can understand the risk of exposing that certain vaccines seem to be causing autism, but what is this cancer treatment they were working with?

It’s called GcMAF. It stands for Globulin component Macrophage Activating Factor and it’s a human protein that the body makes naturally, but that some people lack in part or entirely. In this video, you can see the GcMAF activating the body’s own macropohages, which can then attack and destroy breast cancer cells in vitro:
“GcMAF and/or oral Colostrum MAF macrophage activation therapy is indicated in the treatment of any diseases where there is immune dysfunction or where the immune system is compromised,” explains the website of a clinic out of Japan that sells an oral form of GcMAF.
Here’s a diagram of how GcMAF works:

What is this GcMAF useful for?

Besides cancer, the conditions listed as appropriate candidates for benefit from GcMAF treatment include:
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV)
  • Hepatitis B virus (HBV)
  • Herpes Simplex virus (HSV)
  • Cystitis
  • Hepatitis C virus (HCV)
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Urinary tract infection (UTI)
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
  • Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
  • Endometriosis
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
  • Lyme disease (Lyme borreliosis)
  • IgA deficiency disorder
  • Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME)
  • Mycobacteria infections
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Tuberculosis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Human papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Lupus (Systemic lupus erythematosus, SLE)
  • HIV AIDS
  • Dengue fever
  • Pneumonia infection
  • Warts caused by viral infection
  • Norovirus
  • Malaria Influenza virus (flu)
  • Herpes simplex virus (HSV)
  • Q fever (Coxiella burnetii)
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • Chicken pox (varicella zoster virus)
  • Psoriasis
  • Respiratory tract infections
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Type 1 diabetes (T1DM)
  • Insulin-dependent diabetes (IDDM)
  • Type 1.5 diabetes
  • Latent autoimmune diabetes of adults (LADA)
GcMAF is also showing itself to be effective for treating autism.
“In a study of 1500 children with autism, 85% had high levels of viruses and a compromised immune system. All 1500 received weekly GcMAF injections and 70% of the children responded to the treatment with reduced symptoms and another 15% made full recoveries. The other 15% did not respond. It was stated that the reduction of autistic symptoms is permanent provided that GcMAF has been taken long enough for the body to produce its own GcMAF which typically takes 24 weeks.”
I personally know individuals who have been dramatically helped by taking GcMAF. Marco Ruggerio delivered a paper at the AutismOne conference in May of 2015 — just before these murders started. Over the summer, patients who were using it had their supplies cut off from their original source in Switzerland where the company was being harassed and threatened. Subsequent shipments from another country were intercepted at the U.S. border, though eventually allowed through. Authorities in the UK have also been confiscating this beneficial compound.
Here is the documentation for a patent involving GcMAF, held by Japanese researcher, Nobuto Yamamoto.
Dr. Robert O. Young, holistic practitioner and author of the pH Miracles books, now says he is wearing a body camera. Others have hired bodyguards. Some continue with business as usual. Some have stopped recommending GcMAF to patients out of fear for their lives. This, of course, is most likely the secondary reason for assassinations of holistic doctors — to intimidate others into stopping their alternative practices, their purchase of natural remedies and their speaking out against the traditional cancer sickness industry that banks on the continuing wave of new cases.
It is a sad irony of our current upside-down Orwellian police state that some of the families of the victims have tried, without success, to get the FBI to do deeper investigations.

Are you claiming these deaths are in fact part of some kind of CONSPIRACY?

Critical thinking requires each of us to assess if there are common threads that indicate a hidden agenda behind this violence. I believe the conspiratorial aspects of this suppression go even deeper. One of the things that GcMAF does is kill a protein made by all cancer cells called nagalase, which is excreted by cancer cells to disarm the human immune system. Nagalase causes immunodeficiency.
It seems that most of the doctors who recently died mysterious deaths were connected to treatment practices that employed GcMAF to defeat the effects of nagalase and successfully boost the immune system’s ability to fight certain diseases.
Here is a video that suggests that nagalase is intentionally put into vaccines to weaken the immune system. Dr. Bradstreet found that autistic children tended to have a highly elevated level of nagalase in their blood. He claimed to have tested over 400 autistic children for the viral marker nagalase, and found that close to 80% of them had significantly elevated levels. This would make sense as part of a dumbing down and depopulation agenda as described in THRIVE (at 1:33:55). Bradstreet treated 1,100 patients with GcMAF, with an 85% response rate.
As contrary as it is to how they are promoted, vaccines have been proven to be an ideal mode of transmission for covert purposes, including spreading clandestine sterilization and fatal illness. The World Health Organization, UNICEF, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control have been caught over 30 times covertly attempting to sterilize the birth age girls and women of various populations in Africa, Mexico, South America and the Philippines. Recently in the Mexican town of La Pimienta, 53 children were vaccinated for tuberculosis, rotavirus and hepatitis B — the same strains targeted by U.S. vaccines for children. 75% of the town’s children ended up in the hospital or dead.
There has been virtually no mainstream media coverage of either the success of GcMAF, its suppression or the death of all these practitioners. Why not? In my experience, lack of mainstream media coverage is a common sign of a larger hidden and suppressive agenda.

Maybe the mainstream media reporters are simply unaware of what’s going on?

I’m sorry to say this is not the case. Erin Elizabeth, the primary health blogger tying these deaths together repeatedly and specifically appealed to Time magazine to interview her and to investigate and cover these stories. Time had been sniffing around for an interview on the holistic doctor deaths. Family members told Erin and she wrote Time saying they were in mourning, but that she could do an interview, as she had been covering the story for months. They received her request, but would not respond to her communications.
In THRIVE, we covered the suppression of treatments and cures developed by Royal Rife, Rene Caisse, Harry Hoxey, and Max Gerson. We unfortunately see the same pattern continuing, not only with these holistic practitioners, but with others in our Solutions Hub Network who are being harassed, threatened, covertly radiated with ELF waves and who have had attempts on their lives.
Another potentially related horrific event was the “Aquarust” amphetamine poisoning of 29 alternative medicine practitioners at a health conference in September near Hamburg, Germany. Fifteen ambulances took the afflicted to nearby hospitals. None died.
I don’t have the definitive proof that all of the doctors who’ve died suspiciously were murdered in an organized plot. But I have no doubts, after decades of research, that there are those who would protect their profits and control “at any cost”. One of my personal goals is to help expose these sociopathic criminals and obsolete their agenda. I hope that this summary will help shine the light on the numerous tragic suppressions of the brilliant innovators trying to bring vibrant health, safe and cheap energy, whole foods and clean water to the world. Part of how we can help them is to take their stories and concerns seriously.

WHAT TO DO?

Spread the word. Education is the foundation of any effective action. Dare to bring up these challenging topics. Be sensitive to timing and setting. Use questions that join participants in a quest for truth rather than trying to force information and perspective on those who are not yet exposed to this sad reality, or who are not ready to consider it.
Use alternative media, but also use any leverage with more mainstream outlets to get them to at least raise questions about these incidents of suppression and to put an investigative reporter on them.
If you have the resources, donate to help victim’s families and to pay for private investigators to go after the truth. (contact Erin Elizabeth at Health Nut News.)
You can also donate to the Indigenous Health Care Practitioners Organization (IHCPO), a Native American group that certifies over 200 practitioners under native sovereignty to practice alternatively without limitation by the FDA and AMA.
The truth will have its day, and health will have its way.

Top government scientists refuse to vaccinate their childrenImage result for nazi science evil

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How shocking is it that New Mexico, the school district with the highest percentage of students whose families are opting out of vaccines, is actually one of the state’s most scientifically literate communities?
Well, if you know how harmful vaccines really are, you might not really be all that surprised. But for many, the 2.3 percent of students forgoing traditional vaccine regimens in Los Alamos is causing quite the upset. After all, many of the parents in the community work for US Los Alamos Labs, or one of the other scientific organizations that call the area home. For example, the Los Alamos National Laboratory has even conducted extensive research and development on a vaccine for HIV.
The Superintendent of the Los Alamos school systems has said that he finds the high rate of parents exempting their children from vaccination “curious,” given that it is a “pretty scientific and literate community.”
While the mainstream media continues to come up with all kinds of wild  reasons for why “anti-vaxxers” don’t vaccinate their children, a community of scientists continues to abstain from the practice, much to the chagrin of pro-vaccine activists. Los Alamos is not alone; Santa Fe’s percentage of children not getting jabbed was just a few points behind, at 2.1 percent.
Anna Pentler, the head of the New Mexico Immunization Coalition (a pro-vaccine group) seems to think that not wanting to inject their children with toxic adjuvants and heavy metals is an “emotional issue,” and not an issue of ethics and morality. She says that while the science could be “99 to 1″ in favor of vaccines, a parent’s anecdotal story of how vaccines harmed their child could easily sway another parent’s opinion.
While it is true that the countless horror stories that many parents and children are forced to endure post-vaccination are enough to give any reasonable parent pause, the fact is that the science behind vaccine damage is also all there. The problem is that no one wants to believe it; no one wants their reality disrupted.
As the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute states, “[T]here is a large body of scientific evidence confirming numerous vaccine safety deficits that counteract well-publicized benefits. For example, several studies show that thimerosal (mercury) and aluminum in vaccines can cause neurological, immunological and developmental harm.”
The CDC itself has conducted investigations on the harmful effects of certain ingredients in vaccines, and found that they did in fact disrupt neurological development in young children. But the mainstream media doesn’t care about that; they want you to fall in line and do your “due diligence” by getting vaccinated to maintain society’s “herd immunity” – which isn’t even real, by the way.
The vaccine agenda is one based on smoke and mirrors; its all a ruse to hide the harmful effects of vaccines that are felt worldwide. And it seems that the scientists in Los Alamos are brave enough to go against the grain, rather than putting their children in harm’s way just to satisfy society.
Sources:
AbqJournal.com
NaturalNews.com
Info.CMSRI.org

This Company Has Built a Profile on Every American Adult

Image: This Company Has Built a Profile on Every American Adult
Forget telephoto lenses and fake mustaches: The most important tools for America’s 35,000 private investigators are database subscription services. For more than a decade, professional snoops have been able to search troves of public and nonpublic records—known addresses, DMV records, photographs of a person’s car—and condense them into comprehensive reports costing as little as $10. Now they can combine that information with the kinds of things marketers know about you, such as which politicians you donate to, what you spend on groceries, and whether it’s weird that you ate in last night, to create a portrait of your life and predict your behavior.
Article by David Gauvey Herbert
IDI, a year-old company in the so-called data-fusion business, is the first to centralize and weaponize all that information for its customers. The Boca Raton, Fla., company’s database service, idiCORE, combines public records with purchasing, demographic, and behavioral data. Chief Executive Officer Derek Dubner says the system isn’t waiting for requests from clients—it’s already built a profile on every American adult, including young people who wouldn’t be swept up in conventional databases, which only index transactions. “We have data on that 21-year-old who’s living at home with mom and dad,” he says.
Dubner declined to provide a demo of idiCORE or furnish the company’s report on me. But he says these personal profiles include all known addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses; every piece of property ever bought or sold, plus related mortgages; past and present vehicles owned; criminal citations, from speeding tickets on up; voter registration; hunting permits; and names and phone numbers of neighbors. The reports also include photos of cars taken by private companies using automated license plate readers—billions of snapshots tagged with GPS coordinates and time stamps to help PIs surveil people or bust alibis.
IDI also runs two coupon websites, allamericansavings.com and samplesandsavings.com, that collect purchasing and behavioral data. When I signed up for the latter, I was asked for my e-mail address, birthday, and home address, information that could easily link me with my idiCORE profile. The site also asked if I suffered from arthritis, asthma, diabetes, or depression, ostensibly to help tailor its discounts.
Users and industry analysts say the addition of purchasing and behavioral data to conventional data fusion outmatches rival systems in terms of capabilities—and creepiness. “The cloud never forgets, and imperfect pictures of you composed from your data profile are carefully filled in over time,” says Roger Kay, president of Endpoint Technologies Associates, a consulting firm. “We’re like bugs in amber, completely trapped in the web of our own data.”
When logging in to IDI and similar databases, a PI must select a permissible use for a search under U.S. privacy laws. The Federal Trade Commission oversees the industry, but PI companies are largely expected to police themselves, because a midsize outfit may run thousands of searches a month.
Dubner says most Americans have little to fear. As examples, he cites idiCORE uses such as locating a missing person and nabbing a fraud or terrorism suspect.
IDI, like much of the data-fusion industry, traces its lineage to Hank Asher, a former cocaine smuggler and self-taught programmer who began fusing sets of public data from state and federal governments in the early 1990s. After Sept. 11, law enforcement’s interest in commercial databases grew, and more money and data began raining down, says Julia Angwin, a reporter who wrote about the industry in her 2014 book, Dragnet Nation .
Asher died suddenly in 2013, leaving behind his company, the Last One (TLO), which credit bureau TransUnion bought in bankruptcy for $154 million. Asher’s disciples, including Dubner, left TLO and eventually teamed up with Michael Brauser, a former business partner of Asher’s, and billionaire health-care investor Phillip Frost. In May 2015, after a flurry of purchases and mergers, the group rebranded its database venture as IDI.
Besides pitching its databases to big-name PIs (Kroll, Control Risks), law firms, debt collectors, and government agencies, IDI says it’s also targeting consumer marketers. The 200-employee company had revenue of about $40 million in its most recent quarter and says 2,800 users signed up for idiCORE in the first month after its May release. It declined to provide more recent figures. The company’s data sets are growing, too. In December, Frost helped underwrite IDI’s $100 million acquisition of marketing profiler Fluent, which says it has 120 million profiles of U.S. consumers. In June, IDI bought ad platform Q Interactive for a reported $21 million in stock.
IDI may need Frost’s deep pockets for a while. The PI industry’s three favorite databases are owned by TransUnion and media giants Reed Elsevier and Thomson Reuters. “There’s no shortage,” says Chuck McLaughlin, chairman of the board of the World Association of Detectives, which has about 1,000 members. “The longer you’re in business, the more data you have, the better results.” He uses TLO and Tracers Information Specialists.
Steve Rambam, a PI who hosts Nowhere to Hide on the Investigation Discovery channel, says marketing data remains a niche monitoring tool compared with social media, but its power can be unparalleled. “You may not know what you do on a regular basis, but I know,” Rambam says. “I know it’s Thursday, you haven’t eaten Chinese food in two weeks, and I know you’re due.”
Read more at Bloomberg.com

YOU’RE KIDDING… ANOTHER BEARER BONDS SCANDAL… IN ...                ~ hehe ... drip ,drip ,drip ....Drip !

 YOU’RE KIDDING… ANOTHER BEARER BONDS SCANDAL… IN ...Just when you thought we were done with all those bearer bonds scandals and  that they were a thing of the past, or at least, being carefully covered up, they surface again, this time in Florida, according to this article shared by Ms. P.H.:
Now, if you're familiar with these bearer bond stories, you'll have noted a number of departures from the standard "pattern":
The bond, supposedly issued in 1934, appears to have been printed on an inkjet printer and seemed to contain a security thread – both technologies that did not exist until many years later, investigators said. The counterfeit bond also featured a photograph of Grover Cleveland, who was president in the 1880s and 1890s.
But perhaps the biggest clue was the eye-popping billion-dollar figure on the face of the bond. U.S. Secret Service Agent Charles Callahan told a judge Wednesday in federal court in Fort Lauderdale that the highest-valued bearer bond in that era was $10,000 and the highest-valued bond ever was a $1 million one issued in 1978.
Hugo Barrios Briceno, the 50-year-old Venezuelan man accused of trying to cash the counterfeit bond at a Fort Lauderdale financial business earlier this month, will remain locked up because he is a potential flight risk, U.S. Magistrate Judge Patrick Hunt ruled Wednesday. Barrios Briceno was arrested Aug. 16.
Note what we have in terms of the "bearer bonds pattern" according to the above paragraphs:
1)  a bond "issued" in 1934: this does fit the pattern which has been seen before, with the so-called 1934 "Morgenthau" bonds, allegedly issued by the US Federal Reserve System(not the US Treasury) to elements of the Khoumintang government of Chiang Kai-Shek in return for the fed's storage of Nationalist Chinese gold. Note what this means: for if these bonds ever surfaced, the US Treasury, since it did not issue them, can claim they are fake, and that it has no knowledge of them. Morgenthau was the then US Secretary of the Treasury under President Franklin Roosevelt. On the so-called 1934 "Morgenthau's", the signature of Secretary Morgenthau does appear to be the authentic signature such as it appeared on US currency at the time.
2) the "bond" was printed on an ink jet printer and contained a security thread: this both does and does not fit the pattern of previous bearer bond stories, for in some versions of other bearer bonds stories, the "bonds" appear to have been lithographed, and not printed with the intaglio method typical of official US currency and securities at that time. What is odd - genuinely odd - here is that the bond contained a "security thread," which raises the important question of why the counterfeiters of this bond went to all the trouble to procure paper with this feature. It can be done, of course, but doing so would  be bound to raise suspicion from any legitimate vendor. Perhaps such features are typical of  US (or other nations') bearer bonds and thus the counterfeiters had to reproduce it. There are other possibilities, of course, but we'll get to those in our high octane speculation.
3) The "bond" was issued with a picture of Grover Cleveland: This does fit the pattern of the bearer bonds, for in almost all versions of their occurrence, actual US currency issues were used as the "donor document" to create the "counterfeit" bonds, and since Grover Cleveland appeared on the one thousand dollar US Gold certificate, it is no problem to add a few extra zeros and create an entirely new denominated currency or security. Indeed, some people have already transformed the Cleveland one thousand dollar bill into a one million dollar bill (see Cleveland one million dollar bills). Indeed, we've seen bearer bonds with the pictures of George Washington and Woodrow Wilson, both borrowed from the US Currency issues bearing their likeness. The only president on a bearer bond who has never appeared on an issue of US currency was John F. Kennedy.
4) The highest denomination of bearer bond ca. 1934 was $10,000 and the highest ever denomination was $1000,000: this is where we run into trouble, for if I recall correctly, during the Italian bearer bonds scandal that apprehended two Japanese men carrying $134,500,000,000 in allegedly counterfeit bills, during this scandal, the US government denied that bonds of one billion dollars had ever been issued, but left the problem of $500,000,000 bearer bonds unsettled. Again, it is important to note that, as far as the Treasury is concerned, this is entirely true, since most bearer bonds - and especially the 1934 "Morgenthaus" - were allegedly issued by the Federal Reserve.
So what might we be looking at here?
Indulge my high octane speculation once again, for I think we're looking at something real, and perhaps even at a real bond. Note this unusual thing about the story:
Defense lawyer Alberto Quirantes said his client committed no crime and was tricked into repeatedly trying to cash the bond. He said Barrios Briceno believed the bond was genuine, based on advice from at least two people he thought were experts.
"Somebody duped him," Quirantes told the judge. "This is a complete shock to this man."
The prosecutor said the investigation began after a financial adviser in Fort Lauderdale reported Barrios Briceno, a Venezuelan resident who was visiting South Florida on a business visa, had contacted him about cashing the bond.
Barrios Briceno said the bond belonged to someone he knew in Bogota, Colombia, according to court records. He said he wanted to deposit $500 million from the bond into his bank account and open an investment account with the other $500 million from the bond, agents said.
The Secret Service arranged for an agent to pose undercover as a worker who would help the financial adviser to liquidate the bond at an Aug. 16 meeting, which was secretly audio- and video-recorded, authorities said.
Prosecutors said that the bond would have an equivalent value of 19 billion dollars in today's currency. They also said that a simple Google search would have shown Barrios Briceno that billion-dollar bonds are not legitimate.
If convicted, he could face as much as 15 ½ to 19 ½ years in federal prison, based on the face value of the counterfeit bond, prosecutors said.
According to the Secret Service, Barrios Briceno said that his contact in Colombia gave a loan to someone who provided the bond as collateral but never repaid the debt. The lender then asked Barrios Briceno to try to cash the bond, which he said he picked up from the lender's sister in late June at Miami International Airport.
Barrios Briceno told agents he had picked it up at the airport because he was concerned that customs officials would question him about it.
The defense said in court that Barrios Briceno went to Washington, D.C., in early August and met with someone who "verified" the bond was valid for a fee of about $30,000. Barrios Briceno also said he met separately with representatives from four major financial institutions and that one of them offered $180 million for the bond. The lawyer said nobody gave his client any reason to think the bond was counterfeit.
(emphasis added)
So what do we have? We have
1) A South American, Columbian businessman;
2) in the USA on a business visa;
3) who paid $30,000 in fees to "validate" the bond. Pause for a moment and consider what this means: it means that there are so many such bearers bonds, that this story is so regularly occurring, even if not reported, that the story now has "experts" validating bonds!
4) Barrios Briceno, the "accused" Columbian businessman, states that he had received offers from "four major financial institutions", one of which offered to buy the bond at a discount. If true (and I suspect it is), then why would any "major financial institution" buy a counterfeit bond that isn't worth the paper and ink it took to make it? And finally,
5) As indicated, Mr. Briceno faces a stiff prison sentence for attempting to pass the bond. But this isn't the problem, as anyone who has been following these weird bearer bonds stories knows; one can be arrested simply for possessing one and trying to make legitimate inquiry about it, not even attempting to cash or sell it.
If all of this seems a little draconian for a worthless piece of counterfeit securities denominated at such high values that even at sharp discount few could redeem it, that's because it is. Thus far I have suspected, and have been arguing, that such a bond represents a hidden system of finance, and that the bonds, while counterfeit, represent a real, though secret, exemplar. After all, one does not counterfeit a seven dollar bill, and then keep running the same scam over and over for a decade if not longer in the face of failure after failure to redeem  them, if there is no underlying reality.
But this story forces me to consider another possibility, one that I have also implied before: What if such bonds are real, and the peculiar methods of printing them are in fact an agreed upon sign of their authenticity in whatever community trades them? (Recall the Tanaka 57 Bonds in this regard). This raises the question of who or what community would trade in such Monopoly money? One answer is suggested by what the word "gold" stands for in some criminal financial circles: it stands for "drugs", and thus a "gold-backed bearer bond" could be collateralized by drugs, not  bullion. And if one is conducting an international drug trade with other drug cartels, one mechanism to track flows between groups would be precisely the issuance of "securities." Such a system would require the participation of some banks in the scheme to clear them. Would an innocent bystander be prosecuted to the hilt merely for possession of one? Most certainly, since this would tend to expose a massive and secret system. And of course, Columbia is home to some well-known drug cartels.
The bottom line here? The bearer bonds stories are not going away any time soon.

Hackers Say They Have Home Videos of Huma and Hillary

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Sunday, August 21, 2016 17:47

You know, if I were going to commit an evil act I certainly would not let there be any recording of it. Because no matter what, things always end up in other people’s hands….A mysterious prediction made the rounds on 4chan and Reddit on Friday which predicted more hacked materials are about to be released.

The 4chan user, posting anonymously, said “SHTF (sh*t will hit the fan) in 48 hours.



Huma Abedin is the leak.

“Private videos of Hillary shot by her to be released,” the post reads.

The post alleges they were videos of Hillary Clinton in meetings that “prove treason.”


The post claims Russia Today has the videos — given to them by J.A. (likely Julian Assange) — and will air them likely Saturday.



The 4chan user, posting anonymously, said “SHTF (sh*t will hit the fan) in 48 hours.

“Huma Abedin is the leak.

“Private videos of Hillary shot by her to be released,” the post reads.

The post alleges they were videos of Hillary Clinton in meetings that “prove treason.”

The post claims Russia Today has the videos — given to them by J.A. (likely Julian Assange) — and will air them likely Saturday.

http://beforeitsnews.com/opinion-conservative/2016/08/hackers-say-they-have-home-videos-of-huma-and-hillary-3176983.html

No wonder she's walking with a limp.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

INXS - Never Tear Us Apart (2nd Version)

INXS - Never Tear Us Apart (2nd Version)  ...   I told you
That we could fly
'Cause we all have wings
But some of us don't know why

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryT9OX8ZHi0


Uploaded on Sep 1, 2010
From the album 'Kick', released in 1987. Filmed in Prague

Love & Rockets - So Alive (Official Video)

Love & Rockets - So Alive (Official Video)        ~ hehe feel like i am top again baby & THAT'S got every~thin ta do with you    ;)r


Love & Rockets - So Alive (Official Video)