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Sheldan Nidle – Update For The Spiritual Hierarchy And The Galactic Federation – 22 October 2014

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Selamat Balik! We come with very good news! The legal aspects of our Earth allies’ programs to defeat the dark cabal are gaining successful inroads. Both the common law courts and the statute courts agree that the present de facto US government is deeply in debt and cannot proclaim a bankruptcy to save its remaining assets. Instead, the US “corporation” and its prime ally, the Federal Reserve Bank, need to deny any assets to their largest creditors and go into a special receivership. This action is shortly to put an end to both entities, which have long masqueraded as legitimate federal institutions. The end to this set of shenanigans is finally to allow our allies to take over the general control of both institutions. As a result of these developments, we expect a number of prosperity programs to fund, and the RV and global currency reset to occur. At the right time, NESARA can be declared, along with a total moratorium on government in the US. We have agreed with our allies as to who is to lead the interim US government and the policies they need to enforce. Continue reading

Steve Lendman – Turkey Murders Press TV Reporter Serena Shim – 22 October 2014

StevelendmanTurkey reflects rogue state governance. It’s a NATO member. Part of Washington’s war on Syria. Partnering with US crimes.

Training Islamic State fighters. Doing so covertly on its territory. Smuggling them lawlessly cross-border against Assad. Stop NATO founder/editor Rick Rozoff said earlier:
“If confirmation was required that a neo-Ottoman Turkey is determined to reassert (its regional) influence gained 700 years before and lost a century ago and…doing so as part of a campaign by self-christened global NATO to expand into the Arab world, the Turkish head of state’s threat to militarily intervene in Syria with the support of its 27 NATO allies should provide it.”

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Dana Mrkich – Heads Up – 22 October 2014

Dana Colour Pic NewJust after I wrote the blogpost on Monday about the solar flares there were some more strong ones. So that’s 1 X class on Sunday, 5 M class on Monday with some C class bordering on being M class and a day of relative rest yesterday, although I use that term loosely! There is another huge one building now so just a heads up in case you start feeling super emotional/restless again. Although, with the Solar Eclipse coming up in less than 48 hours this feels like it will be a good, positive-feeling expansive release rather than the slam-dunked kind. 

Stay tuned…

(c) Dana Mrkich / link to original article

Hungary Looks To Levy Big Tax On Internet Use – 22 October 2014

RT logoHungary is planning to start taxing internet use by the amount of data individuals downloaded as part of an effort to increase government revenues – and the controversial idea has already sparked outrage online and calls for protest.

If the proposal passes as part of the 2015 tax bill, Hungarians would be charged 150 forints for each gigabyte of data they start to download. That’s roughly 62 cents per gigabyte, meaning that residents could expect to pay a substantial amount of extra money every month. Downloading between 50 to 100 gigabytes of data would cost $30 – $60 in taxes on top of whatever people are already paying for monthly service – since the service providers are expected to try and pass the burden on to users.

What’s more, there is apparently no cap limiting the amount that customers would have to pay out. How this tax will affect businesses that rely on the internet is also unclear.

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Colorado Swiftly Backtracks On Edible Pot Ban – 22 October 2014

RT logoState health officials in Colorado have promptly turned away from a proposal to ban most of the edible marijuana products currently sold in the state, marking a significant reversal less than a day after the idea was made public.

As a 22-person panel of experts met to discuss potential changes to the laws regulating the state’s budding recreational marijuana industry, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) suggested on Monday that the group consider dramatically limiting the kind of edible pot products that can be sold.

Currently, state law allows adults to legally purchase a variety of marijuana products made with the plant’s potent active ingredient, THC.

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Selacia – 10/23 Eclipse – Where Do We Go From Here? – 22 October 2014

SelaciaWith Thursday’s solar eclipse adding to the intensity of an already powerful month, you may be wondering where we go from here. Even more important than this question right now is: “Where do you want to be when the dust settles from October’s wild ride?”

The answer you get to that second question is instrumental in helping you create what you want next.

In this article, I’ll provide insights and suggestions for honing in on your passions and discovering your blocks in the way of fulfilling them. The passions I refer to here are the dreams of your soul, incarnated now to bring them into manifestation as part of your life purpose. Continue reading

National Security Prosecutors To Shift Towards Pursuing Cybercriminals – 22 October 2014

RT logoThe part of the Justice Department that prosecutes suspected cybercriminals on behalf of the United States government will soon see some changes as feds find a new way to counter the mounting attacks against American computer networks.

In the aftermath of a series of high-profile intrusions attributed to foreign hackers, Reuters reported on Tuesday this week that the US Department of Justice is revamping its team of prosecutors handling national security issues to ensure that the government’s attorneys are fully prepared to further pursue criminal activity occurring in the cyber realm.

According to the Reuters report penned by journalist Aruna Viswanatha, Assistant Attorney General John Carlin is leading a restructuring effort that aims to more heavily emphasize cybercrime with regards to the national security issues facing America. Such a shift-up involves renaming units to reflect new objectives and recruiting new hires, Viswanatha reported, and “marks a recognition that national security threats have broadened and become more technologically savvy since the 9/11 attacks against the United States.”

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