Monday, July 7, 2014
UPDATED: Benjamin Fulford: Some kind of major show-down is looming this month as new BRICS bank set to launch
Updated 7/8/2014 added link to Karen Hudes messages mentioned below.... -AK
Views below are Benjamin Fulford's... had to laugh though at the Karen Hudes remark... -AK
Some kind of major show-down is looming this month as new BRICS bank set to launch
Posted by Benjamin Fulford
July 8, 2014
There are many signs the ongoing financial war for the future of the planet is heading for a major inflection point as the BRICS heads of state meet July 14-16 to formally set up their alternative to the cabal controlled IMF and World Bank. The cabal has already signaled its displeasure by blowing up a bridge in Brazil, according to CIA sources.
The cabalists are also trying to make their own move to pre-empt the BRICS, by using the Abe slave government in Japan. World Bank lawyer (apparently she never quit) Karen Hudes was in Tokyo recently where she sent messages to over 70 governments falsely claiming Japan would provide the gold needed to back a new financial system, according to CIA sources in Asia who monitored her activities. Hudes did not respond to an e-mail asking for her reply to these allegations. In any case, Japan does not have the requisite gold, according to Bank of Japan sources.
Strategies of accords are but embellishments to the original
Strategies of accords are but embellishments to the original.
Harmonic oscillations of Higher Order now shape Gaia movements.
Stipulations of ascension have now been fulfilled, and mirings released.
Resumption of Gaia mandates occurs.
Action is called for from all Hue-Beings..
ÉirePort | July 7, 2014 at 09:48 | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/p2sFUY-s1
1. An area of wet, soggy, muddy ground; a bog.
2. Deep slimy soil or mud.
3. A disadvantageous or difficult condition or situation: the mire of poverty.
v. mired, mir·ing, mires
a. To cause to sink or become stuck in or as if in mire.
b. To hinder, entrap, or entangle as if in mire.
2. To soil with mud or mire.
To sink or become stuck in mire.
[Middle English, from Old Norse mrr, bog.]