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Bibi1581 Blog For 10/03/2018: Evening Edition

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1…………> Armed Robbery Ring: NY


The armed robbery ring of Sira Abassi, Kenlee Galvez, David Bradford, Jeremias Munoz, and Luis Monsanto-Germosen pleaded guilty to participating in a conspiracy to commit Hobbs Act robbery during August and September of 2017, one of at least 11 armed robberies in New York City, including stabbing a victim in the torso during a home invasion robbery


“This crew conducted nearly a dozen armed robberies. They preyed on local businesses for their selfish gain and used physical force whenever they deemed necessary. HSI’s El Dorado Task Force, which includes task force officers from the Westchester County DA’s office, worked closely with the NYPD and ATF to apprehend these criminals, ensuring that they face justice for their criminal actions,” said Angel M. Melendez, special agent in charge of HSI New York.

“Today’s guilty pleas reflect the highly-effective work of our NYPD investigators and our law enforcement partners at the Southern District, whose precise focus on the real drivers of crime in New York City is relentless. It is imperative that we continue to collaborate in this way strongly – that is how we will keep New Yorkers safe in every neighborhood,” said NYPD Commissioner James P. O’Neill.

According to the allegations in the complaint, a rotating crew of robbers committed at least 11 successful armed robberies in New York City and attempted several more, targeting primarily Asian-owned businesses in Brooklyn and Queens, such as billiards halls and internet cafes.





2…………> The House Of Saud: US Protected


U.S. President Donald Trump warned Saudi Arabia would be unlikely to last a fortnight without military assistance from Washington.

“We protect Saudi Arabia. Would you say they’re rich? And I love the king, King Salman. But I said, ‘King, we’re protecting you. You might not be there for two weeks without us. You have to pay for your military,’ Trump said. “You have to pay.”

Trump made the remarks about the close U.S. ally during a campaign rally in Mississippi on Tuesday, drawing applause from supporters. The president did not specify when he made the remarks but was likely referring to a weekend call with King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud. That call focused on “issues of regional concern,” according to the White House. Trump has pressured OPEC to lower crude oil prices as the cost recently increased above $80 per for Brent. Saudi Arabia plays a critical role in the oil cartel. In addition to lowering oil prices, Trump has called on close U.S. allies to shoulder more of the cost of defense spending, but Tuesday warning marked the most severe criticism of Riyadh.





3…………>Not So “Cool” Putin: Skripal Outburst


Russian President Vladimir Putin has called Sergei Skripal, the former spy poisoned with a deadly nerve agent in Britain, a “scumbag” and a “traitor to the motherland.”

Mr. Putin has not previously lashed out at Mr. Skripal, saying his country had no reason to poison the double agent despite the Islamic May’sdom of UK allegation the attack was carried out by two Russian intelligence officers.

Mr. Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found slumped on a public bench in the English city of Salisbury in March. Britain says they were poisoned with the nerve agent Novichok, which had been administered by Russian intelligence officers. Russia denies involvement in the affair, which has deepened its international isolation.

Mr. Putin’s comments are the first time he has directly lashed out at Mr. Skripal, who spent weeks hospitalized with his daughter.

“I see that some of your colleagues are pushing the theory that Mr. Skripal was almost some kind of human rights activist,” Mr. Putin said at an energy forum in Moscow when asked about the case.

“He was simply a spy, a traitor to the motherland. He’s simply a scumbag, that’s all,” he added, drawing applause from parts of the audience. The Russian leader, a former intelligence officer himself, said the Skripal scandal had been artificially exaggerated, but he thought it would fade from the headlines at some point.





4…………> No Amity With Iran: US


The Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the United States terminated the 1955 Treaty of Amity with Iran, follows a ruling by the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the United Nations’ top court, that ordered the United States to lift sanctions on humanitarian goods to Iran.

President Donald Trump in May announced a renewal of tough US sanctions on the Islamic Republic after abandoning the multilateral Iran nuclear agreement over its ballistic missile program. Iran filed a lawsuit against the US at the ICJ in July, arguing that the sanctions violate the friendship agreement signed in 1955 between the two countries when Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi was in power. The treaty, which established economic relations and consular rights between the two nations, continued to remain in force following the 1979 Islamic Revolution despite diplomatic tensions between Tehran and Washington..

“This is a decision frankly is 39 years overdue,” Mr. Pompeo said.

“Iran is abusing the ICJ for political and propaganda purposes and their case, as you can see from the decision, lacked merit.” The US move, a mostly symbolic gesture, highlights deteriorating relations between Washington and Tehran. Pompeo said the possible fallout from the decision to terminate the decades-old treaty remains to be seen.

“This marked a useful point for us to demonstrate the absolute absurdity” of the treaty, he said.  





5…………> Market Report 10/03/2018, sell stop 26550, CG(12,302), 11/22/17


Extended position at 24400, sell stop 25400 for a gain of 1000 DIA points closed. Short post established at 25380, covering short at 25300 for an increase of 80 DIA points. New position extended 25300, sell stop at 26550 for a gain of 1250 DIA points.

Stocks up 54 to 26828, DJ futures +9, attempt to stage a short covering rally continuing due to anti-tariff talks with China.

Gold up to 1202.20 and USD/CHF at 0.98 due to President Trump setting tariffs on Chinese products. Translation? As the dollar goes down, we have to wait and see if the new Fed Chair Jerome Powell will continue pressuring gold and the Eurasian block with it down below $1000/oz in an economic WW3. Watch sell stop at 26,550.
 We have to wait and see if new Fed chair Powell will attempt to destroy Eurasian block by sending gold prices below 1000, despite the fact both Russia and China have been buying their whole gold production in local gold backed currency instead of money printing machines. In other words, US has lost controls of the precious metals complex, and with Trump’s infrastructure and tax cut campaign the National debt will soon be at, or over 30 trillion dollars, since D.C. swamp alligators have no intention dropping their pet projects. Read “Ziban Must Die” for more details on the coming collision of Trump’s administration with “Deep State” operators funded by the billionaires’ supporters of the New World Disorder.



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1…………> Another “Deep State” Leak: CIA 

A former CIA employee identified as Joshua Adam Schulte, 29 is charged in a 13-count indictment that includes illegally obtaining and disseminating classified U.S. government information hacking tools to Wikileaks, lying to federal investigators, and with receiving, possessing and transporting child pornography

Schulte has been the source of the “Vault 7” leak of the agency’s tools it developed to compromise a wide array of electronic devices, including smart TVs, as well as Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android mobile operating systems. 

He faces up to 135 years in prison if convicted on all charges.

2…………> A Commi Officer: US Army

When now-second lieutenant flashed a Che Guevara T-shirt under his uniform at West Point’s 2016 graduation and commissioning ceremony, the Army has drawn the fury of everyone from active-duty soldiers to a Florida senator, which in turn led to the less than honorable discharge of 2nd Lt. Spenser Rapone, who is assigned to 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, after being  under investigation for his subversive political views by both his unit and West Point.

West Point superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen responded to the outrage in a letter addressed to the men and women of the U.S. Military Academy. 

“I ask that you help me prevent the negativity associated with the alleged behavior of one graduate from causing us to lose sight of the thousands of graduates who sacrifice and serve honorably every day,” he wrote.

3…………> Trump’s Space Command: Reactions 

After President Trump ordered the US Department of Defense to create the Space Force as the sixth branch of the US Armed Forces, Victor Bondarev, head of the Russian Upper House Committee on Defense and Security, stated that if the US violates the Outer Space Treaty, there would be a “tough response.” 

“Considering the way, the US behaves in other spheres, there is a high possibility of the violations from their part, which could endanger international security and stability,” the lawmaker stated. 

4…………> Tariffs Retaliation: Russia 

Russia will soon introduce counter-measures on imports from the US in response to tariffs on steel and aluminum, these measures will only affect products that have analogs in Russia, Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Maxim Oreshkin said. 

“Because the US continues to apply protective measures in the form of additional import duties on steel and aluminum and refuses to provide compensation for Russia’s losses, Russia is using its WTO rights and introducing balancing measures with respect to imports from the United States,” Oreshkin said in a comment circulated by the ministry’s press service. 

Such measures in the form of additional import duties on American goods will be applied in the near future, according to the minister. 

“They will only affect products that have substitutes on the Russian market and will not have a negative impact on macroeconomic indicators,” Oreshkin noted. 

At the end of May, Russia notified the WTO about a possible introduction of tariffs on US goods at $537.6 million a year in response to tariffs on steel and aluminum. 

5…………> “Interest Only Loans”: An Aussie Nightmare

As property prices in Australia have climbed over the past few years, thousands of Australians desperate to get into the property market has used interest-only loans, but over the next three years, interest-only loans worth a combined total of about $360 billion will roll over to interest plus principal — and that means borrowers will face higher repayments. 

“The kind of nightmare scenario is where a lot of people need to sell at once, and that’s when you see a kind of fire sale mentality and could see very significant downward pressure on prices,” said Professor Richard Holden from the University of New South Wales Business School. 

“That puts the banks under stress, and their balance sheets under stress, and it could lead to significant financial instability.” 

Six months ago Professor Holden said there was a risk the Australian housing market could face a US-style meltdown, and he maintains there is a risk that downward pressure on prices could lead to financial instability. 

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